2010 World Netball Series

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2010 World Netball Series
World Netball Series 2010.jpg
Tournament details
Host nation England
Dates19–21 November 2010
No. of nations6
Final positions
Champions Gold medal blank.svg New Zealand
Runner-up Silver medal blank.svg England
2009
2011

The 2010 World Netball Series was the second edition of the World Netball Series, an annual international netball competition held under fastnet rules. The 2010 event was held in Liverpool, England, and was contested between the top six national netball teams according to the IFNA World Rankings. After two days of round-robin matches, Jamaica and England finished on top of the standings. However, the 2010 tournament was won by New Zealand, who defeated Jamaica in the semi-final and England in the grand final.[1]

Overview[edit]

Date and venue[edit]

The 2010 World Netball Series was played in Liverpool over three days, from 19–21 November. Matches were held at the Echo Arena Liverpool, which has a seating capacity of 7,500 for sporting events.

Format[edit]

The tournament comprised 20 matches played over three days from 19–21 November. Each of the six teams played each other once during the first two days in a round-robin format. At the end of two days, the four highest-ranked teams from this stage progress to the finals, played on the final day of competition, in which the 1st-ranked team play the 4th-ranked team, while 2nd plays 3rd. The winners of these two matches contested the Grand Final; the remaining teams competed in third- and fifth-place playoffs.

Teams[edit]

The top six international netball teams contest the World Netball Series each year. Five teams returned from the previous tournament; Samoa was replaced by South Africa in 2010. England, Jamaica and Malawi sent near full-strength teams for the tournament;[2][3][4] Australia and New Zealand sent development teams,[5][6] while South Africa had several top players unavailable.[7]

Participating teams and rosters[8]
 Australia  New Zealand  England  Jamaica  South Africa  Malawi
Caitlin Bassett
Emily Beaton
Erin Bell
Kate Beveridge (c)
Shae Bolton
Ashleigh Brazill
Madison Browne (vc)
Tegan Caldwell
Chanel Gomes
April Letton
Mary Livesey
Amy Steel
Maree Bowden (c)
Kayla Cullen
Ellen Halpenny
Charlotte Kight
Camilla Lees
Jessica Moulds
Grace Rasmussen
Rachel Rasmussen
Hayley Saunders
Te Huinga Reo Selby-Rickit
Anna Thompson
Louisa Brownfield
Rachel Dunn
Jo Harten
Pamela Cookey (vc)
Karen Atkinson (c)
Tamsin Greenway
Serena Guthrie
Sasha Corbin
Stacey Francis
Eboni Beckford-Chambers
Lindsay Keable
Sonia Mkoloma
Nicole Aiken-Pinnock
Nadine Bryan
Althea Byfield
Jodi-Ann Ffrench-Kentish
Simone Forbes (c)
Jhaniele Fowler
Sasher-Gaye Henry
Sasha-Gay Lynch
Malysha Kelly
Tracy-Ann Robinson
Paula Thompson
Vanessa Walker
Claudia Basson
Chrisna Bootha
Erin Burger
Elzet Engelbrecht
Sindisiwe Gumede
Maryka Holtzhausen
Christine Markgraaff
Zanele Mdodane
Nthabiseng Moabi
Precious Mthembu
Amanda Mynhardt
Liezel Wium (c)
Joan Kachilika
Peace Kaluwa (c)
Mwayi Kumwenda
Sylvia Malenga
Beatrice Mpinganjira
Caroline Mtukule
Linda Munthali
Grace Mwafulirwa
Joyce Mvula
Esther Nkhoma
Towera Vinkhumbo
Mary Waya
Coach: Norma Plummer Coach: Robyn Broughton Coach: Anna Mayes Coach: Connie Francis Coach: Carin Strauss Coach: Edith Kaliati

Results[edit]

Friday 19 November
Game Time (GMT) Match Details
1 13:40  Jamaica 32 – 30  Malawi
2 14:25  England 30 – 13  South Africa
3 15:10  New Zealand 19 – 25  Australia
4 18:35  Malawi 23 – 29  New Zealand
5 19:20  Jamaica 34 – 22  South Africa
6 20:05  Australia 25 – 25  England
7 20:50  South Africa 16 – 31  New Zealand
Saturday 20 November
Game Time (GMT) Match Details
8 10:05  England 26 – 24  New Zealand
9 10:50  Australia 30 – 32  Jamaica
10 11:35  South Africa 17 – 28  Malawi
11 12:20  England 20 – 27  Jamaica
12 14:35  Australia 34 – 34  Malawi
13 15:20  Jamaica 27 – 27  New Zealand
14 16:05  Australia 39 – 13  South Africa
15 16:50  Malawi 29 – 32  England
Sunday 21 November
Game Time (GMT) Match Details
16 13:05  Jamaica 28 – 29  New Zealand
17 13:50  England 26 – 25  Australia
18 14:35  Malawi 25 – 20  South Africa
19 15:20  Australia 29 – 30  Jamaica
20 16:05  New Zealand 28 – 26  England

Final placings[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ NZPA (2010-11-22). "Ferns retain fastnet title". The New Zealand Herald. Retrieved 2010-11-22.
  2. ^ England Netball (2010-11-08). "England squad announced for World Netball Series at the Echo Arena Liverpool". Retrieved 2010-11-12.[permanent dead link]
  3. ^ Bogle, Dania (5 November 2010). "Ja go for experience at FAST NET series". Jamaica Observer. Archived from the original on 7 November 2010. Retrieved 12 November 2010. Cite uses deprecated parameter |deadurl= (help)
  4. ^ Zakazaka, Gomezgani (2010-11-13). "Queens off to England". The Nation (Malawi). Retrieved 2010-11-19.
  5. ^ Netball Australia. "Australian Fastnet Diamonds". Archived from the original on 26 November 2010. Retrieved 12 November 2010. Cite uses deprecated parameter |deadurl= (help)
  6. ^ Johannsen, Dana (2010-10-20). "Wider Silver Ferns squad to join defence of Fastnet title". The New Zealand Herald. Retrieved 2010-11-12.
  7. ^ Lebea, Matome (2010-11-10). "Strauss hones squad for World Series". Sowetan Live. Retrieved 2010-11-19.
  8. ^ "World Netball Series: Team Info". Archived from the original on 2011-07-18. Retrieved 2010-11-19. Cite uses deprecated parameter |deadurl= (help)

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