1995 World Netball Championships

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1995 World Netball Championships
Tournament details
Host country  England
No. of nations 27
Final positions
Gold medal blank.svg Champions  Australia (7th title)
Silver medal blank.svg Runners-up  South Africa
Bronze medal blank.svg Third place  New Zealand
1991
1999

The 1995 World Netball Championships was the ninth staging of the World Netball Championships, the premier tournament in international netball, held every four years. The 1995 tournament was held in Birmingham, England and was contested by a record 27 teams. Among them were the South African team, who returned to international competition after the abolition of apartheid. One of the star players of the tournament was South African shooter Irene van Dyk.

Australia were the winners of the tournament, claiming their seventh title.[1]

Final placings[edit]

Place Nation[2]
Gold  Australia
Silver  South Africa
Bronze  New Zealand
4  England
5  Jamaica
6  Trinidad and Tobago
7  Cook Islands
8  Malawi
9  Western Samoa
10  Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
11  Barbados
12  Antigua and Barbuda
13  Canada
14  United States
15  Papua New Guinea
16  Namibia
17  Wales
18  Northern Ireland
19  Sri Lanka
20  Singapore
21  Cayman Islands
22  Scotland
23  Hong Kong
24  Bermuda
25  Ireland
26  Malaysia
27  Malta

References[edit]

  1. ^ An abridged history of netball, netballpost.com, Retrieved on 24 December 2008
  2. ^ Netball Australia. "World Netball Championships placings" (PDF). Retrieved 30 July 2011.