1987 World Netball Championships

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1987 World Netball Championships
Tournament details
Host country Scotland
Dates16 Aug – 28 Aug
No. of nations17
Final positions
Gold medal blank.svg Champions New Zealand (3rd title)
Silver medal blank.svg Joint runners-up Trinidad and Tobago
 Australia
1983
1991

The 1987 World Netball Championships was the seventh edition of the INF Netball World Cup held in Glasgow, Scotland. This quadrennial premier event in international netball featured 17 teams, and included the debut of Cook Islands.[1][2]

The format of the 1987 edition was similar to the previous edition with the teams separated into two groups with the top two continuing on to the final round. New Zealand claimed their third title going unbeaten throughout the entire tournament.

First Round[edit]

Group A[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1  Trinidad and Tobago 7 6 1 0 350 167 +183 13
2  Australia 7 6 0 1 517 179 +338 12
3  Jamaica 7 5 1 1 360 236 +124 11
4  Fiji 7 4 0 3 254 314 –60 8
5  Northern Ireland 7 3 0 4 185 316 –131 6
6  Canada 7 2 0 5 187 291 –104 4
7  Papua New Guinea 7 1 0 6 148 258 –110 2
8  Sri Lanka 7 0 0 7 107 321 –214 0


15 August Fiji  bt  Papua New Guinea    Crownpoint Sports Park, Glasgow

16 August Northern Ireland  52–26  Sri Lanka    Crownpoint Sports Park, Glasgow

16 August Trinidad and Tobago  48–10  Canada    Crownpoint Sports Park, Glasgow

17 August Jamaica  66–36  Canada    Crownpoint Sports Park, Glasgow

17 August Fiji  47–34  Northern Ireland    Crownpoint Sports Park, Glasgow

17 August Australia  90–17  Papua New Guinea    Crownpoint Sports Park, Glasgow

18 August Jamaica  bt  Sri Lanka    Crownpoint Sports Park, Glasgow

18 August Trinidad and Tobago  bt  Papua New Guinea    Crownpoint Sports Park, Glasgow

18 August Northern Ireland  bt  Canada    Crownpoint Sports Park, Glasgow

18 August Australia  86–30  Fiji    Crownpoint Sports Park, Glasgow

18 August Trinidad and Tobago  74–12  Sri Lanka    Crownpoint Sports Park, Glasgow

20 August Trinidad and Tobago  54–22  Fiji    Crownpoint Sports Park, Glasgow

20 August Australia  85–3  Sri Lanka    Crownpoint Sports Park, Glasgow

20 August Jamaica  49–18  Papua New Guinea    Crownpoint Sports Park, Glasgow

21 August Northern Ireland  45–36  Papua New Guinea    Crownpoint Sports Park, Glasgow

21 August Australia  63–15  Canada    Crownpoint Sports Park, Glasgow

21 August Jamaica  76–46  Fiji    Crownpoint Sports Park, Glasgow

22 August Trinidad and Tobago  50–50  Jamaica    Crownpoint Sports Park, Glasgow

22 August Australia  69–9  Northern Ireland    Crownpoint Sports Park, Glasgow

22 August Fiji  55–34  Sri Lanka    Crownpoint Sports Park, Glasgow

22 August Canada  41–35  Papua New Guinea    Crownpoint Sports Park, Glasgow

23 August Trinidad and Tobago  73–23  Northern Ireland    Crownpoint Sports Park, Glasgow

24 August Australia  64–54  Jamaica    Crownpoint Sports Park, Glasgow

24 August Fiji  54–30  Canada    Crownpoint Sports Park, Glasgow

24 August Papua New Guinea  42–33  Sri Lanka    Crownpoint Sports Park, Glasgow

25 August Trinidad and Tobago  51–50  Australia    Crownpoint Sports Park, Glasgow

25 August Jamaica  65–22  Northern Ireland    Crownpoint Sports Park, Glasgow

25 August Canada  55–25  Sri Lanka    Crownpoint Sports Park, Glasgow


Group B[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1  New Zealand 8 8 0 0 585 146 +439 16
2  England 8 7 0 1 377 180 +197 14
3  Cook Islands 8 6 0 2 337 302 +35 12
4  Barbados 8 5 0 3 327 252 +65 10
5  Bermuda 8 3 1 4 191 364 –173 7
6  Scotland 8 3 0 5 175 267 –92 6
7  Republic of Ireland 8 2 1 5 207 357 –150 5
8  Malaysia 8 0 1 7 248 409 –161 1
9  Wales 8 0 1 7 194 364 –170 1

15 August Scotland  46-26  Republic of Ireland    Crownpoint Sports Park, Glasgow

16 August New Zealand  53–28  Barbados    Crownpoint Sports Park, Glasgow

16 August England  56–18  Malaysia    Crownpoint Sports Park, Glasgow

16 August Bermuda  28–27  Wales    Crownpoint Sports Park, Glasgow

17 August New Zealand  78–27  Cook Islands    Crownpoint Sports Park, Glasgow

17 August England  46–36  Barbados    Crownpoint Sports Park, Glasgow

17 August Scotland  39–26  Malaysia    Crownpoint Sports Park, Glasgow

17 August Bermuda  35–35  Republic of Ireland    Crownpoint Sports Park, Glasgow

18 August Barbados  bt  Wales    Crownpoint Sports Park, Glasgow

18 August Malaysia  40–40  Wales    Crownpoint Sports Park, Glasgow

18 August England  59–18  Bermuda    Crownpoint Sports Park, Glasgow

18 August Barbados  42–29  Scotland    Crownpoint Sports Park, Glasgow

18 August Cook Islands  53–33  Wales    Crownpoint Sports Park, Glasgow

19 August New Zealand  81–16  Republic of Ireland    Crownpoint Sports Park, Glasgow

19 August Bermuda  31-28  Scotland    Crownpoint Sports Park, Glasgow

20 August Republic of Ireland  39–31  Wales    Crownpoint Sports Park, Glasgow

20 August New Zealand  89–8  Bermuda    Crownpoint Sports Park, Glasgow

20 August Barbados  51–25  Malaysia    Crownpoint Sports Park, Glasgow

20 August Cook Islands  47–24  Scotland    Crownpoint Sports Park, Glasgow

21 August Barbados  61–22  Bermuda    Crownpoint Sports Park, Glasgow

21 August Cook Islands  52–36  Wales    Crownpoint Sports Park, Glasgow

21 August England  59–17  Republic of Ireland    Crownpoint Sports Park, Glasgow

21 August New Zealand  78–9  Malaysia    Crownpoint Sports Park, Glasgow

22 August Cook Islands  56–47  Malaysia    Crownpoint Sports Park, Glasgow

22 August England  59–25  Scotland    Crownpoint Sports Park, Glasgow

22 August Barbados  58–25  Republic of Ireland    Crownpoint Sports Park, Glasgow

22 August New Zealand  94–13  Wales    Crownpoint Sports Park, Glasgow

23 August Republic of Ireland  42–40  Malaysia    Crownpoint Sports Park, Glasgow

23 August England  68–21  Wales    Crownpoint Sports Park, Glasgow

24 August New Zealand  67–15  Scotland    Crownpoint Sports Park, Glasgow

24 August Cook Islands  50–33  Bermuda    Crownpoint Sports Park, Glasgow

20 August Bermuda  47–43  Malaysia    Crownpoint Sports Park, Glasgow

25 August New Zealand  45–30  England    Crownpoint Sports Park, Glasgow

25 August Cook Islands  52–51  Barbados    Crownpoint Sports Park, Glasgow

25 August Scotland  43–26  Wales    Crownpoint Sports Park, Glasgow

25 August England  bt  Cook Islands    Crownpoint Sports Park, Glasgow


Placement round[edit]

Group 13-17[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1  Wales 4 4 0 0 133 90 +43 8
2  Papua New Guinea 4 3 0 1 104 110 –6 6
3  Republic of Ireland 4 2 0 2 122 110 +12 4
4  Sri Lanka 4 1 0 3 94 113 –19 2
5  Malaysia 4 0 0 4 86 116 –30 0
26 August Republic of Ireland  37–29  Sri Lanka    Crownpoint Sports Park, Glasgow

26 August Wales  32–17  Papua New Guinea    Crownpoint Sports Park, Glasgow

26 August Papua New Guinea  28–23  Sri Lanka    Crownpoint Sports Park, Glasgow

26 August Wales  34–27  Republic of Ireland    Crownpoint Sports Park, Glasgow

27 August Papua New Guinea  29–26  Malaysia    Crownpoint Sports Park, Glasgow

27 August Wales  31–20  Sri Lanka    Crownpoint Sports Park, Glasgow

27 August Wales  36–26  Malaysia    Crownpoint Sports Park, Glasgow

28 August Papua New Guinea  30–29  Republic of Ireland    Crownpoint Sports Park, Glasgow

28 August Republic of Ireland  29–17  Malaysia    Crownpoint Sports Park, Glasgow

28 August Sri Lanka  22–17  Malaysia    Crownpoint Sports Park, Glasgow

Group 9-12[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1  Scotland 3 3 0 0 111 69 +42 6
2  Northern Ireland 3 1 0 2 103 101 +2 2
2  Bermuda 3 1 0 2 87 112 –25 2
2  Canada 3 1 0 2 95 114 –19 2
26 August Scotland  37–30  Northern Ireland    Crownpoint Sports Park, Glasgow

26 August Canada  41–38  Bermuda    Crownpoint Sports Park, Glasgow

27 August Northern Ireland  41–31  Canada    Crownpoint Sports Park, Glasgow

27 August Scotland  39–16  Bermuda    Crownpoint Sports Park, Glasgow

28 August Scotland  35–23  Canada    Crownpoint Sports Park, Glasgow

28 August Bermuda  33–32  Northern Ireland    Crownpoint Sports Park, Glasgow

Group 5-8[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1  Jamaica 3 3 0 0 177 132 +45 6
2  Barbados 3 1 1 1 140 134 +6 3
2  Cook Islands 3 1 1 1 142 142 0 3
4  Fiji 3 0 0 3 124 175 –51 0
26 August Jamaica  56–47  Barbados    Crownpoint Sports Park, Glasgow

26 August Cook Islands  52–51  Fiji    Crownpoint Sports Park, Glasgow

27 August Jamaica  72–37  Fiji    Crownpoint Sports Park, Glasgow

27 August Barbados  42–42  Cook Islands    Crownpoint Sports Park, Glasgow

28 August Barbados  51–36  Fiji    Crownpoint Sports Park, Glasgow

28 August Jamaica  49–48  Cook Islands    Crownpoint Sports Park, Glasgow

Final round[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
Gold  New Zealand 3 3 0 0 135 102 +33 6
Silver  Trinidad and Tobago 3 1 1 1 125 128 –3 3
Silver  Australia 3 1 1 1 121 128 –7 3
4  England 3 0 0 3 113 136 –23 0
26 August New Zealand  39–28  Australia    Crownpoint Sports Park, Glasgow
Scoring by quarter: 10–9, 8–9, 10–3, 11–7

26 August Trinidad and Tobago  42–33  England    Crownpoint Sports Park, Glasgow

27 August Trinidad and Tobago  46–46  Australia    Crownpoint Sports Park, Glasgow
Scoring by half: 16–21, 30–25
??? Goals scored ?? Sergeant Goals scored 36/54 (67%)
Kenny Goals scored 8/23 (35%)
??? Goals scored 2

27 August New Zealand  47–37  England    Crownpoint Sports Park, Glasgow

28 August Australia  47–43  England    Crownpoint Sports Park, Glasgow

28 August New Zealand  49–37  Trinidad and Tobago    Crownpoint Sports Park, Glasgow

Final placings[edit]

Place Nation[3]
Gold  New Zealand
Silver=  Trinidad and Tobago
Silver=  Australia
4  England
5  Jamaica
6=  Barbados
6=  Cook Islands
8  Fiji
9  Scotland
10=  Bermuda
10=  Canada
10=  Northern Ireland
13  Wales
14  Papua New Guinea
15  Republic of Ireland
16  Sri Lanka
17  Malaysia

Medallists[edit]

Gold Silver Bronze
 New Zealand
Coach: Lois Muir
 Trinidad and Tobago  Australia
Coach: Wilma Shakespear
Tracy Eyrl
Rita Fatialofa
Tracey Fear
Margaret Forsyth
Leigh Gibbs (c)
Annette Heffernan
Sandra Mallet
Margharet Matenga
Angela Pule
Joan Solia
Waimarama Taumaunu
Julie Townsend
Bridget Adams
Jeanne Bailey
Sherry Ann Blackman
Sharon Castanada
Heather Charleau
Jennifer Frank
Hyacinth Hart
Cheryl Herbert
Annette Hutchinson
Muriel Mitchell
Erica Outram
Hazel Taylor
Diane Atkinson
Lisa Beehag
Keeley Devery
Marcia Ella
Chris Harris
Sally Ironmonger
Roselee Jencke
Michelle Jones
Sue Kenny
Janelle Peterson
Anne Sargeant (c)
Vicki Wilson
Notes
  • ^1 Australia and Trinidad and Tobago were actually declared the joint runners up. The tournament had no tie-break criteria. For the purposes of this table, goal scored was used to decide the order of teams.

Source:[4]


References[edit]

  1. ^ ""N Zealand victorious." Times [London, England] 29 Aug. 1987". Times Digital Archives.
  2. ^ "Women Netball VII World Championship 1987". Todor 66.
  3. ^ Netball Australia. "World Netball Championships placings" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 25 September 2012. Retrieved 30 July 2011.
  4. ^ "Women Netball VII World Championship 1987 Glasgow". www.todor66.com. Retrieved 26 February 2020.