1998 Women's World Team Squash Championships

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Women's World Team 1998
11th World Women's Team Championship
LocationGermany  Stuttgart, Germany
Date(s)November 09 - November 15, 1998
Results
Gold medal world centered-2.svg ChampionsAustralia Australia
Silver medal world centered-2.svg Runners-upEngland England
Bronze medal world centered-2.svg Third placeNew Zealand New Zealand
← Malaysia 1996 England 2000 →

The 1998 Women's World Team Squash Championships were held in Stuttgart, Germany and took place from November 9 until November 15, 1998.[1][2]

Seeds[edit]

  1. Australia Australia
  2. England England
  3. South Africa South Africa
  4. New Zealand New Zealand
  5. Germany Germany
  6. Netherlands Netherlands
  7. Canada Canada
  8. Egypt Egypt
  9. Spain Spain
  10. United States United States
  11. Belgium Belgium
  12. France France
  13. Sweden Sweden
  14. Hong Kong Hong Kong

Results[edit]

[3]

First round[edit]

Pool A[edit]

Date Team One Team Two Score
Nov 09 Australia Australia Germany Germany 3-0
Nov 09 New Zealand New Zealand United States United States 3-0
Nov 10 Australia Australia New Zealand New Zealand 3-0
Nov 10 Germany Germany United States United States 3-0
Nov 11 Australia Australia United States United States 3-0
Nov 11 New Zealand New Zealand Germany Germany 2-1
Pos Nation Team P W L Pts
1 Australia Australia Michelle Martin, Sarah Fitzgerald, Carol Owens, Liz Irving 3 3 0 6
2 New Zealand New Zealand Philippa Beams, Sarah Cook, Leilani Joyce, Shelley Kitchen 3 2 1 4
3 Germany Germany Sabine Schöne, Sandy Suck, Sabine Baum, Karin Beriere 3 1 2 2
4 United States United States Louisa Hall, Demer Holleran, Ellie Pierce, Ivy Pochoda 3 0 3 0

Pool B[edit]

Date Team One Team Two Score
Nov 09 England England Spain Spain 3-0
Nov 09 South Africa South Africa Netherlands Netherlands 3-0
Nov 10 England England Netherlands Netherlands 3-0
Nov 10 South Africa South Africa Spain Spain 3-0
Nov 11 England England South Africa South Africa 2-1
Nov 11 Netherlands Netherlands Spain Spain 2-1
Pos Nation Team P W L Pts
1 England England Sue Wright, Suzanne Horner, Linda Charman, Jane Martin 3 3 0 6
2 South Africa South Africa Claire Nitch, Natalie Grainger, Angelique Clifton-Parks, Annelize Naudé 3 2 1 4
3 Netherlands Netherlands Vanessa Atkinson, Nicole Beumer, Daphne Jelgersma, Marjolein Houtsma 3 1 2 2
4 Spain Spain Laia Sans, Natalie Meneu, Elisabet Sado 3 0 0 3

Pool C[edit]

Date Team One Team Two Score
Nov 09 France France Austria Austria 3-0
Nov 09 Canada Canada Sweden Sweden 3-0
Nov 10 France France Canada Canada 2-1
Nov 10 Sweden Sweden Austria Austria 3-0
Nov 11 Canada Canada Austria Austria 3-0
Nov 11 France France Sweden Sweden 3-0
Pos Nation Team P W L Pts
1 France France Isabelle Stoehr, Corinne Castets, Astrid Gamory, Laurence Bruniera 3 3 0 6
2 Canada Canada Heather Wallace, Melanie Jans, Marnie Baizley, Lauren Wagner 3 2 1 4
3 Sweden Sweden Maria Lundmark, Johanna Wahlberg, Jenny Akervall, Eva Svenby 3 1 2 2
4 Austria Austria Sissi Coli, Pamela Pancis, Ines Gradnitzer 3 0 0 3

Pool D[edit]

Date Team One Team Two Score
Nov 09 Egypt Egypt Republic of Ireland Ireland 2-1
Nov 09 Belgium Belgium Hong Kong Hong Kong 2-1
Nov 10 Belgium Belgium Republic of Ireland Ireland 3-0
Nov 10 Egypt Egypt Hong Kong Hong Kong 3-0
Nov 11 Belgium Belgium Egypt Egypt 0-3
Nov 11 Hong Kong Hong Kong Republic of Ireland Ireland 1-2
Pos Nation Team P W L Pts
1 Egypt Egypt Salma Shabana, Maha Zein, Omneya Abdel Kawy, Engy Kheirallah 3 3 0 6
2 Belgium Belgium Annabel Romadenne, Kim Hannes, Katline Cauwels 3 2 1 4
3 Republic of Ireland Ireland Laura Mylotte, Olivia French, Eleanor Lapthorne, Jenny Dillon 3 1 2 2
4 Hong Kong Hong Kong Rebecca Chiu, Elsie Ng, Christina Mak, Iris Chung 3 0 0 3

Quarter finals[edit]

Date Team One Team Two Score
Nov 13 Australia Australia Egypt Egypt 3-0
Nov 13 New Zealand New Zealand Netherlands Netherlands 3-0
Nov 13 South Africa South Africa Netherlands Germany 3-0
Nov 13 England England France France 3-0

Semi finals[edit]

Date Team One Team Two Score
Nov 14 Australia Australia South Africa South Africa 3-0
Nov 14 England England New Zealand New Zealand 2-1

Third Place Play Off[edit]

Date Team One Team Two Score
Nov 15 New Zealand New Zealand South Africa South Africa 2-1

Final[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Women's World Team Championship 1998" (PDF). worldsquash.org. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2016-03-04.
  2. ^ "Times Archives". Oxfordshire Libraries.
  3. ^ "World Team results". Google Groups.
Preceded by
Malaysia
1996
Squash World Team
Germany

1998
Succeeded by
England
2000

See also[edit]