Sussex quartet Charlie Grice, Lee Emanuel, Seb Rodger and Jade Lally have been named in the England squad for the Commonwealth Games.

Grice and Emanuel will compete in the 1,500m at Glasgow, Rodger will run in the 400m hurdles while Lally will take part in the discus.

The inclusion of Grice and Lally was expected with both sitting on top of the UK rankings and possessing the necessary qualification standards.

The selection of Rodger and Emanuel was less certain but both have done enough to be in a 129-strong squad for the Games next month.

Emanuel, from Hastings, and Lally, from Pease Pottage, both competed at the Commonwealth Games in India in 2010 while Grice, from Brighton, and Rodger, from Eastbourne, will be making their debuts at the championships.