2012 Women's World Team Squash Championships

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Women's World Team 2012
18th WSF World Women's Team Championship
Logo Women's World Squash Team 2012.jpg
Location France Nîmes, France
Date(s) November 12 - 17, 2012
Teams 26 (from all the 5 confederations)
Website
www.worldwomensquash-nimes2012.fr/en/
Results
Gold medal world centered-2.svg Champions Egypt Egypt
Silver medal world centered-2.svg Runners-up England England
Bronze medal world centered-2.svg Third place Malaysia Malaysia
← 2010 New Zealand Canada 2014 →

The 2012 Women's World Team Squash Championships is the women's edition of the 2012 World Team Squash Championships, which serves as the world team championship for squash players. The event were held in Nîmes, France and took place from November 12 to November 17, 2012. The tournament was organized by the World Squash Federation and the French Squash Federation. The Egypt team won his second World Team Championships beating the English team in the final.

Participating teams[edit]

A total of 26 teams competed from all the five confederations: Africa, America, Asia, Europe and Oceania. For Argentina, Czech Republic, Namibia and South Korea, it was their first participation at a world team championship.

Africa
(SFA)
America
(FPS)
Asia
(ASF)
Europe
(ESF)
Oceania
(OSF)
Map
 Egypt
 Namibia
 South Africa
 Argentina
 Canada
 Colombia
 Mexico
 United States
 China
 Hong Kong
 India
 Japan
 Malaysia
 South Korea
 Austria
 Czech Republic
 England
 France (Host Country)
 Germany
 Ireland
 Netherlands
 Scotland
 Spain
 Wales
 Australia (Title Holder)
 New Zealand
Map of the participating nations

Seeds[edit]

  1. England England (Final)
  2. Egypt Egypt (Champion)
  3. Malaysia Malaysia (Semifinals)
  4. Hong Kong Hong Kong (Quarterfinals)
  5. New Zealand New Zealand (Quarterfinals)
  6. Australia Australia (Semifinals)
  7. Republic of Ireland Ireland (Quarterfinals)
  8. Netherlands Netherlands (Round of 16)
  9. France France (Round of 16)
  10. India India (Quarterfinals)
  11. Canada Canada (Round of 16)
  12. United States United States (Round of 16)
  13. Czech Republic Czech Republic (Round of 16)
  14. South Africa South Africa (Round of 16)
  15. Wales Wales (Round of 16)
  16. Mexico Mexico (Round of 16)

Squads[edit]

[1]

Group Stage[edit]

[2]

Finals[edit]

Poster of Women's World Squash Team 2012

Draw[edit]

Round of 16   Quarterfinals   Semifinals   Final
1  England England 3 3  
15  Wales Wales 0 0     1  England England 3 3 2  
7  Republic of Ireland Ireland 3 3 2   7  Republic of Ireland Ireland 1 0 0  
9  France France 2 2 0       1  England England 0 3 3  
5  New Zealand New Zealand 2 3 3       3  Malaysia Malaysia 3 0 1  
11  Canada Canada 3 1 0     5  New Zealand New Zealand 0 1
13  Czech Republic Czech Republic 0 0   3  Malaysia Malaysia 3 3  
3  Malaysia Malaysia 3 3       1  England England 3 1 2
4  Hong Kong Hong Kong 0 3 3       2  Egypt Egypt 2 3 3
14  South Africa South Africa 3 2 2     4  Hong Kong Hong Kong 1 0 2  
12  United States United States 2 0 1   6  Australia Australia 3 3 1  
6  Australia Australia 3 3 2       6  Australia Australia 1 0 1
10  India India 3 0 3       2  Egypt Egypt 3 3 2  
8  Netherlands Netherlands 0 3 2     10  India India 0 0 0
16  Mexico Mexico 0 0 0   2  Egypt Egypt 3 3 2  
2  Egypt Egypt 3 3 2  
Third place match
3 Malaysia Malaysia 3 3 2
6 Australia Australia 0 0 0

Results[edit]

Quarter Finals[edit]

Semi Finals[edit]

Final[edit]


England
1
FINAL
Nîmes, France
17 November 2012
Central Glass Court

Egypt
2
1 2 3 4 5
1 England
Egypt
N°2 Alison Waters
N°2 Nour El Sherbini
11
5
8
11
9
11
11
3
11
5
 
2 England
Egypt
N°1 Laura Massaro
N°1 Raneem El Weleily
11
3
10
12
4
11
10
12
   
3 England
Egypt
N°3 Jenny Duncalf
N°3 Omneya Abdel Kawy
11
7
8
11
4
11
11
6
8
11
 

[3]

 2012 WSF World Team Championship 

Egypt
2nd title
Team
Raneem El Weleily - Nour El Sherbini - Omneya Abdel Kawy - Nour El Tayeb

Post-tournament team ranking[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]

Preceded by
New Zealand (Palmerston North)
2010
Squash World Team
France (Nîmes)

2012
Succeeded by
Canada (Niagara-on-the-Lake)
2014