2019 Netball World Cup

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2019 Netball World Cup
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Tournament details
Host country England
Dates12 July – 21 July 2019
No. of nations16
Matches played60
Top scorer(s)Sri Lanka Tharjini Sivalingam (348 goals)
2015
2023

The 2019 Netball World Cup is the 15th staging of the premier competition in international netball, contested every four years. The tournament is being held from 12–21 July 2019 at the Liverpool Arena in Liverpool, England.[1]

Organisation[edit]

Liverpool Arena
Host venue
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Location Liverpool, England
Constructed 2008
Capacity 11,000

The 2019 Netball World Cup was launched in January 2018 at St George's Hall in Liverpool, the host city.[2] Liverpool was selected as the host city for the event in February 2015 by the International Netball Federation.[3]

Venue[edit]

All matches at the event were held at the Liverpool Arena (known for sponsorship reasons as M&S Bank Arena), which has a seating capacity of 11,000. The venue is the centrepiece of the ACC Liverpool sporting and events precinct, allowing the event's other amenities, such as warm-up and administration facilities, to take place within the one location.[4]

Broadcasters[edit]

Country Broadcaster
 Australia Nine Network [5]
 Barbados Flow Sport [6]
 Fiji Digicel [6]
 New Zealand Sky Sport [7]
 Samoa Digicel [6]
 South Africa SuperSport [8]
 Trinidad and Tobago Flow Sport [6]
 United Kingdom Sky Sports & BBC [9]

Umpires[edit]

Seventeen umpires from seven countries officiated matches at the tournament.[10]

Nation Umpire
 AUS Marc Henning
 AUS Josh Bowring
 AUS Helen George
 AUS Michelle Phippard
 ENG Louise Travis
 ENG Gary Burgess
 ENG Kate Stephenson
 ENG Jackie Mizon
 RSA Anso Kemp
 RSA Janet Edeling
 RSA Elizna Van den Berg
 TRI Lilia Mathurin-Cameron
 JAM Terrence Peart
 NZL Angela Armstrong-Lush
 NZL Lisa Douglas
 NZL Gareth Fowler
 SIN Joan Yuliani

Teams[edit]

Qualification[edit]

Sixteen teams will contest the 2019 tournament.[11] Five teams automatically qualified by virtue of their high ranking position in the INF World Rankings, and England qualified as the host nation. The remaining ten teams qualified via regional qualification tournaments, with two teams selected from each of the five international netball regions; Africa, Americas, Asia, Europe and Oceania.[12] The five teams (six if England is included) to be granted automatic qualification, in order of seeding were:[13]

Qualification tournaments

Region Host Teams Dates Qualified
Europe  Scotland 3 19–21 January 2018  Scotland
 Northern Ireland
[14]
Oceania  New Zealand 5 17–21 April 2018  Fiji
 Samoa
[15]
Africa  Zambia 6 13–18 August 2018  Uganda
 Zimbabwe
[16]
Americas  Barbados 8 24 August–2 September 2018  Trinidad and Tobago
 Barbados
[17]
Asia  Singapore 9 1–9 September 2018  Sri Lanka
 Singapore
[18]

Squads[edit]

Caitlin Bassett (captain), April Brandley, Kelsey Browne, Courtney Bruce, Paige Hadley, Sarah Klau, Jamie-Lee Price, Caitlin Thwaites, Gretel Tippett, Liz Watson (vice-captain), Jo Weston, Steph Wood.

Helen Housby, Joanne Harten, Natalie Haythornthwaite, Rachel Dunn, Serena Guthrie (captain), Jade Clarke (vice-captain), Chelsea Pitman, Natalie Panagarry, Layla Guscoth, Eboni Usoro-Brown, Geva Mentor, Francesca Williams

Maria Folau, Laura Langman (Captain), Ameliaranne Ekenasio, Gina Crampton, Bailey Mes, Casey Kopua, Jane Watson, Shannon Saunders, Karin Burger, Phoenix Karaka, Katrina Rore, Te Paea Selby-Rickit

Romelda Aiken, Jhanielle Fowler-Reid (Captain), Vangelee Williams, Jodi-Ann Ward, Stacian Facey, Shanice Beckford, Adean Thomas, Nicole Dixon, Khadijah Williams, Kadie-Ann Dehaney, Shamera Sterling, Rebekah Robinson

Lenize Potgieter, Sigrid Burger, Maryka Holtzhausen, Renske Stoltz, Erin Burger, Izette Griesel, Khanyisa Chawane, Bongiwe Msomi (captain), Shadine van der Merwe, Karla Pretorius, Phumza Maweni, Zanele Vimbela

Peace Proscovia (Captain), Mary Cholhok Nuba, Lilian Ajio, Jesca Achan, Meeme Ruth, Betty Kizza, Racheal Nanyonga, Sylivia Nanyonga, Joan Nampugu, Stella Oyella, Stella Nanfuka, Muhaimuna Naamuwaya

Caroline O'Hanlon (captain), Fi Toner, Lisa Bowman, Shaunagh Craig, Niamh Cooper, Ciara Crosbie, Michelle Drayne, Gemma Lawlor, Emma Magee, Michelle Magee, Lisa McCaffrey, Neamh Woods

Emma Barrie, Kelly Boyle, Lynsey Gallagher, Ella Gibbons, Bethan Goodwin, Sarah MacPhail, Claire Maxwell (captain), Niamh McCall, Nicola McCleery, Hayley Mulheron, Emily Nicholl, Lauren Tait

Jameela McCarthy, Tahirah Hollingsworth, Kalifa MCollin, Samantha Wallace, Daystar Swift, Shaquanda Queena, Onella Jack Hill, Aniecia Baptiste, Rhonda John Hart, Shantel Seemungal, Shernece Seemungal, Candice Guerero

Amanda Knight, Brianna Holder, Damisha Croney, Latonia Blackman, Rhe-Ann Niles-Mapp, Rieah Holder, Samantha Browne, Sheniqua Thomas, Shonica Wharton, Shonette Azore-Bruce, Shonte Seal, Tonisha Rock-Yaw

Chathurangi Jayasooriya, Darshika Abeywickrama, Gayani Dissanayake, Tharjini Sivalingam, Thilini Waththegedara, Gayanjali Amarawansa, Hasitha Mendis, Deepika Darshani, Dulangi Wannithilake, Dulanga Dhananji, Elilenthini Sethukavalar, Nauchalee Rajapakse

Lee Pei Shan, Charmaine Soh, Tan Xin Yi, Toh Kai Wei, Carmen Goh, Kimberly Lim, Shawallah Rashid, Kwok Shuyi, Aqilah Andin, Melody Teo, Sindhu Nair, Joanna Toh [19]

Ann Helen Nu’uali’itia, Ariana Luamanu, Toa Tanimo, Brooke Amber Williams, Eseta Autagavaia, Gene Nafanua Solia-Gibb, Lenora Misa, Rachel Rasmussen, Sanita To’o, Afi Lafaiali’i-Sapolu, Soli Ropati, Tee Salanoa

Kaitlyn Fisher, Episake Kahatoka, Alisi Galo, Kelera Nawai, Lydia Panapasa, Unaisi Rauluni, Aliti Toribau, Adi Vakaoca Bolakoro, Ema Mualuvu, Asilika Sevutia, Matila Vocea, Laisani Waqa

Thandie Galleta, Joanna Kachilika, Alinafe Kamwala, Bridget Kumwenda, Caroline Mtukule, Loreen Ngawira, Sindi Simtowe, Jane Chimaliro, Takondwa Lwazi, Joyce Mvula, Grace Mwafulirwa, Towera Vinkhumbo

Adelaide Muskwe, Claris Kwaramba, Felistus Kwangwa, Joice Takaidza, Ndaizivei Madzikangava, Patricia Mauladi, Pauline Jani, Perpetua Siyachitema (Captain), Rudo Karume, Sharon Bwanali, Sharleen Makusha, Ursula Ndhlovu [20]

Format[edit]

A new format will be introduced for the tournament. Teams will compete in three stages; the Preliminaries Stage One (12-14 July), Preliminaries Stage Two (15-18 July) and the Play-offs and Placings matches (19-21 July).[11]

Preliminaries Stage One
There will be four groups (A, B, C and D) of four teams in the first stage, with the top eight teams pre-assigned to their groups and one team from the 9th-12th seeds and one from the 13th-16th seeds drawn randomly into each group. However no more than two teams from the one region can be drawn into the same group. The top three teams from each group will progress to the second preliminaries stage.[11]

Preliminaries Stage Two
The top three teams from Groups A and B will form group F, and the top three teams from groups C and D will form group G. The bottom four finishers from groups A-D will compete against one another in group E. Where teams in groups F and G have already played each other in the Preliminaries Stage One (i.e. A1 has already played A2 and A3), these results will carry through to the Preliminaries Stage Two.[11]

Play-offs and Placings
The teams finishing first and second in groups F and G will go through to the semi-finals, with the top placed team in each group facing the second placed team in the other group. The winners of each semi-final will compete for gold in the final, with the losers playing for bronze.

The teams finishing third and fourth in groups F and G will compete for final positions fifth to eighth – third in one group plays fourth in the other – with the winners playing off for fifth place and the losers for seventh. The teams that finish fifth in groups F and G will play off for ninth and 10th places. The teams that finish last in groups F and G will play off for 11th and 12th places. The teams that finish first and second in group E will play-off for 13th and 14th place and the teams that finish third and fourth in group E will play-off for the 15th and 16th places.[11]

Preliminaries Stage One[edit]

Group A[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA % Pts
1  Australia 3 3 0 0 260 85 305.9 6
2  Zimbabwe 3 2 0 1 167 171 97.7 4
3  Northern Ireland 3 1 0 2 140 189 74.1 2
4  Sri Lanka 3 0 0 3 123 245 50.2 0
12 July
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Australia  88–24  Northern Ireland    Liverpool Arena (Court One)
Umpires: J. Mizon England
G. Fowler New Zealand
Reserve umpire: L. Mathurin-Cameron Trinidad and Tobago
Scoring by quarter: 24–7, 21–8, 22–4, 21–5
Bassett Goals scored 33/34 (97%)
Thwaites Goals scored 25/26 (96%)
Tippett Goals scored 18/19 (95%)
Wood Goals scored 12/13 (92%)
Craig Goals scored 18/22 (82%)
Magee Goals scored 6/16 (38%)
Crosbie Goals scored 0/2 (0%)
12 July
11:25 (BST)
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Zimbabwe  79–49  Sri Lanka    Liverpool Arena (Court Two)
Umpires: K. Stephenson England
E. Van den Berg South Africa
Reserve umpire: M. Henning Australia
Scoring by quarter: 19–14, 19–15, 15–13, 26–7
Takaidza Goals scored 59/62 (95%)
Ndlovu Goals scored 14/15 (93%)
Bwanali Goals scored 6/7 (86%)
Sivalingam Goals scored 44/45 (98%)
Wannithileka Goals scored 5/5 (100%)
13 July
09:00 (BST)
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Australia  73–37  Zimbabwe    Liverpool Arena (Court One)
Umpires: T. Peart Jamaica
J. Edeling South Africa
Reserve umpire: E. Van den Berg South Africa
Scoring by quarter: 18–9, 21–9, 15–13, 19–6
Bassett Goals scored 49/53 (92%)
Tippett Goals scored 24/28 (86%)
Takaidza Goals scored 15/20 (75%)
Jani Goals scored 11/13 (85%)
Bwanali Goals scored 8/9 (89%)
Ndlovu Goals scored 3/4 (75%)
13 July
09:25 (BST)
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Northern Ireland  67–50  Sri Lanka    Liverpool Arena (Court Two)
Umpires: L. Mathurin-Cameron Trinidad and Tobago
A. Armstrong-Lush New Zealand
Reserve umpire: M. Phippard Australia
Scoring by quarter: 18–13, 16–12, 17–12, 16–13
Magee Goals scored 29/32 (91%)
Armstrong Goals scored 22/26 (85%)
Craig Goals scored 16/22 (73%)
Sivalingam Goals scored 47/52 (90%)
Wannithileka Goals scored 2/2 (100%)
Sethukavalar Goals scored 1/1 (100%)
14 July
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Australia  99–24  Sri Lanka    Liverpool Arena (Court One)
Umpires: L. Mathurin-Cameron Trinidad and Tobago
E. Van den Berg South Africa
Reserve umpire: T. Peart Jamaica
Scoring by quarter: 20–7, 27–8, 28–7, 24–2
Thwaites Goals scored 67/68 (99%)
Wood Goals scored 32/34 (94%)
Sivalingam Goals scored 16/19 (84%)
Wannithileka Goals scored 8/10 (80%)
Mendis Goals scored 0/2 (0%)
14 July
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Northern Ireland  49–51  Zimbabwe    Liverpool Arena (Court Two)
Umpires: K. Stephenson England
H. George Australia
Reserve umpire: J. Edeling South Africa
Scoring by quarter: 15–12, 12–15, 12–12, 10–12
Armstrong Goals scored 29/38 (76%)
Magee Goals scored 20/24 (83%)
Takaidza Goals scored 44/46 (96%)
Ndlovu Goals scored 5/5 (100%)
Bwanali Goals scored 2/2 (100%)

Group B[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA % Pts
1  New Zealand 3 3 0 0 231 91 253.8 6
2  Malawi 3 2 0 1 197 143 137.8 4
3  Barbados 3 1 0 2 135 177 76.3 2
4  Singapore 3 0 0 3 93 245 38.0 0
12 July
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New Zealand  64–45  Malawi    Liverpool Arena (Court One)
Umpires: J. Bowring Australia
G. Burgess England
Reserve umpire: J. Yuliani Singapore
Scoring by quarter: 17–11, 15–6, 17–13, 15–15
Folau Goals scored 39/43 (91%)
Ekenasio Goals scored 20/21 (95%)
Selby-Rickit Goals scored 5/6 (83%)
Mvula Goals scored 22/27 (81%)
Chimaliro Goals scored 18/22 (82%)
Simtowe Goals scored 4/6 (67%)
Kamwala Goals scored 1/2 (50%)
12 July
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Barbados  69–34  Singapore    Liverpool Arena (Court Two)
Umpires: J. Edeling South Africa
T. Peart Jamaica
Reserve umpire: A. Kemp South Africa
Scoring by quarter: 17–6, 16–8, 14–10, 22–10
Wharton Goals scored 27/29 (93%)
Blackman Goals scored 22/23 (96%)
Holder Goals scored 11/13 (85%)
Thomas Goals scored 9/12 (75%)
Soh Goals scored 21/31 (68%)
Tan Goals scored 9/10 (90%)
Toh Goals scored 3/7 (43%)
Lee Goals scored 1/3 (33%)
13 July
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New Zealand  78–25  Barbados    Liverpool Arena (Court One)
Umpires: L. Travis England
J. Yuliani Singapore
Reserve umpire: H. George Australia
Scoring by quarter: 16–9, 26–5, 19–6, 17–5
Mes Goals scored 30/33 (91%)
Folau Goals scored 21/24 (88%)
Selby-Rickit Goals scored 20/22 (91%)
Ekenasio Goals scored 7/8 (88%)
Wharton Goals scored 14/17 (82%)
Thomas Goals scored 4/6 (67%)
Holder Goals scored 4/6 (67%)
Blackman Goals scored 3/4 (75%)
13 July
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Malawi  87–38  Singapore    Liverpool Arena (Court Two)
Umpires: J. Mizon England
A. Kemp South Africa
Reserve umpire: J. Bowring Australia
Scoring by quarter: 27–11, 18–9, 18–10, 24–8
Mvula Goals scored 31/33 (94%)
Kamwala Goals scored 27/32 (84%)
Chimaliro Goals scored 23/24 (96%)
Simtowe Goals scored 6/6 (100%)
Soh Goals scored 15/17 (88%)
Tan Goals scored 11/13 (85%)
Toh Goals scored 7/12 (58%)
Lee Goals scored 5/7 (71%)
14 July
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New Zealand  89–21  Singapore    Liverpool Arena (Court One)
Umpires: J. Mizon England
T. Peart Jamaica
Reserve umpire: L. Mathurin-Cameron Trinidad and Tobago
Scoring by quarter: 20–5, 23–3, 20–6, 26–7
Selby-Rickit Goals scored 37/39 (95%)
Folau Goals scored 27/28 (96%)
Ekenasio Goals scored 15/20 (75%)
Mes Goals scored 10/11 (91%)
Soh Goals scored 11/18 (61%)
Toh Goals scored 8/13 (62%)
Tan Goals scored 1/5 (20%)
Lee Goals scored 1/1 (100%)
14 July
09:25 (BST)
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Malawi  65–41  Barbados    Liverpool Arena (Court Two)
Umpires: A. Kemp South Africa
J. Yuliani Singapore
Reserve umpire: K. Stephenson England
Scoring by quarter: 17–9, 18–11, 17–9, 13–12
Mvula Goals scored 31/33 (94%)
Chimaliro Goals scored 23/25 (92%)
Kamwala Goals scored 8/11 (73%)
Simtowe Goals scored 3/3 (100%)
Wharton Goals scored 15/18 (83%)
Thomas Goals scored 12/17 (71%)
Blackman Goals scored 11/12 (92%)
Holder Goals scored 3/4 (75%)

Group C[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA % Pts
1  South Africa 3 3 0 0 221 132 167.4 6
2  Jamaica 3 2 0 1 205 127 161.4 4
3  Trinidad and Tobago 3 1 0 2 155 200 77.5 2
4  Fiji 3 0 0 3 120 242 49.6 0
12 July
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Jamaica  85–29  Fiji    Liverpool Arena (Court One)
Umpires: L. Douglas New Zealand
A. Armstrong-Lush New Zealand
Reserve umpire: G. Burgess England
Scoring by quarter: 19–8, 21–6, 27–4, 18–11
Fowler Goals scored 33/35 (94%)
Aiken Goals scored 26/36 (72%)
Robinson Goals scored 15/17 (88%)
Beckford Goals scored 11/17 (65%)
Raeluni Goals scored 10/13 (77%)
Panapasa Goals scored 7/9 (78%)
Waqa Goals scored 6/7 (86%)
Vocea Goals scored 6/8 (75%)
12 July
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South Africa  76–45  Trinidad and Tobago    Liverpool Arena (Court Two)
Umpires: H. George Australia
L. Travis England
Reserve umpire: T. Peart Jamaica
Scoring by quarter: 19–15, 21–11, 16–8, 20–11
Potgieter Goals scored 42/43 (98%)
Holtzhausen Goals scored 18/22 (82%)
Burger Goals scored 16/18 (89%)
Wallace Goals scored 28/30 (93%)
McCollin Goals scored 11/14 (79%)
McCarthy Goals scored 6/7 (86%)
13 July
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Jamaica  68–43  Trinidad and Tobago    Liverpool Arena (Court One)
Umpires: M. Phippard Australia
G. Burgess England
Reserve umpire: L. Travis England
Scoring by quarter: 17–15, 25–8, 15–11, 11–9
Fowler Goals scored 38/40 (95%)
Beckford Goals scored 12/14 (86%)
Robinson Goals scored 11/20 (55%)
Aiken Goals scored 7/13 (54%)
McCollin Goals scored 19/21 (90%)
Wallace Goals scored 19/24 (79%)
McCarthy Goals scored 5/6 (83%)
13 July
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South Africa  90–35  Fiji    Liverpool Arena (Court Two)
Umpires: K. Stephenson England
L. Douglas New Zealand
Reserve umpire: J. Mizon England
Scoring by quarter: 24–9, 23–10, 20–6, 23–10
Potgieter Goals scored 33/34 (97%)
Burger Goals scored 32/36 (89%)
Stoltz Goals scored 21/25 (84%)
Holtzhausen Goals scored 4/4 (100%)
Rauluni Goals scored 13/18 (72%)
Panapasa Goals scored 11/11 (100%)
Vocea Goals scored 8/13 (62%)
Waqa Goals scored 3/5 (60%)
14 July
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Jamaica  52–55  South Africa    Liverpool Arena (Court One)
Umpires: M. Phippard Australia
J. Bowring Australia
Reserve umpire: J. Yuliani Singapore
Scoring by quarter: 9–16, 12–16, 17–10, 14–13
Fowler Goals scored 38/39 (97%)
Beckford Goals scored 14/19 (74%)
Potgieter Goals scored 36/39 (92%)
Holtzhausen Goals scored 19/29 (66%)
14 July
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Trinidad and Tobago  67–56  Fiji    Liverpool Arena (Court Two)
Umpires: L. Travis England
G. Fowler New Zealand
Reserve umpire: A. Kemp South Africa
Scoring by quarter: 23–10, 17–15, 17–15, 10–16
Wallace Goals scored 40/42 (95%)
McCollin Goals scored 21/29 (72%)
McCarthy Goals scored 3/5 (60%)
Hollingsworths Goals scored 3/5 (60%)
Panapasa Goals scored 33/35 (94%)
Rauluni Goals scored 23/26 (88%)

Group D[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA % Pts
1  England (H) 3 3 0 0 224 90 248.9 6
2  Uganda 3 2 0 1 153 155 98.7 4
3  Scotland 3 1 0 2 130 157 82.8 2
4  Samoa 3 0 0 3 107 212 50.5 0

(H) Host.

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England  64–32  Uganda    Liverpool Arena (Court One)
Umpires: M. Phippard Australia
H. Henning Australia
Reserve umpire: G. Fowler New Zealand
Scoring by quarter: 15–6, 16–12, 13–8, 20–6
Harten Goals scored 29/35 (83%)
Housby Goals scored 18/19 (95%)
Dunn Goals scored 17/19 (89%)
Proscovia Goals scored 20/23 (87%)
Nanyonga Goals scored 12/14 (86%)
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Scotland  53–35  Samoa    Liverpool Arena (Court Two)
Umpires: A. Kemp South Africa
J. Yuliani Singapore
Reserve umpire: J. Edeling South Africa
Scoring by quarter: 9–7, 15–9, 17–10, 9–12
Gallagher Goals scored 23/27 (85%)
Goodwin Goals scored 21/25 (84%)
Barrie Goals scored 8/9 (89%)
McCall Goals scored 1/1 (100%)
Tanimo Goals scored 18/20 (90%)
To'o Goals scored 10/12 (83%)
Salanoa Goals scored 5/6 (83%)
Autagavaia Goals scored 2/3 (67%)
13 July
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England  70–34  Scotland    Liverpool Arena (Court One)
Umpires: E. Van den Berg South Africa
H. George Australia
Reserve umpire: L. Douglas New Zealand
Scoring by quarter: 18–9, 17–11, 20–6, 15–8
Dunn Goals scored 49/52 (94%)
Housby Goals scored 14/16 (88%)
Haythornthwaite Goals scored 4/4 (100%)
Harten Goals scored 3/4 (75%)
Gallagher Goals scored 13/14 (93%)
Barrie Goals scored 11/13 (85%)
Goodwin Goals scored 9/12 (75%)
McCall Goals scored 1/2 (50%)
13 July
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Uganda  69–48  Samoa    Liverpool Arena (Court Two)
Umpires: J. Bowling Australia
G. Fowler New Zealand
Reserve umpire: A. Armstrong-Lush New Zealand
Scoring by quarter: 22–11, 18–12, 17–10, 12–15
Cholock Goals scored 34/39 (87%)
Oyella Goals scored 17/18 (94%)
Proscovia Goals scored 16/18 (89%)
Nanyonga Goals scored 2/2 (100%)
Salanoa Goals scored 25/26 (96%)
To'o Goals scored 20/25 (80%)
Tanimo Goals scored 3/4 (75%)
14 July
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England  90–24  Samoa    Liverpool Arena (Court One)
Umpires: L. Douglas New Zealand
J. Edeling South Africa
Reserve umpire: M. Phippard Australia
Scoring by quarter: 22–7, 21–4, 22–7, 25–6
Harten Goals scored 40/41 (98%)
Dunn Goals scored 30/34 (88%)
Housby Goals scored 10/12 (83%)
Haythornthwaite Goals scored 9/11 (82%)
Tanimo Goals scored 8/9 (89%)
Salanoa Goals scored 8/8 (100%)
Autagavaia Goals scored 6/8 (75%)
To'o Goals scored 2/4 (50%)
14 July
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Uganda  52–43  Scotland    Liverpool Arena (Court Two)
Umpires: G. Burgess England
A. Armstrong-Lush New Zealand
Reserve umpire: G. Fowler New Zealand
Scoring by quarter: 16–11, 13–10, 11–12, 12–10
Oyella Goals scored 27/28 (96%)
Proscovia Goals scored 19/25 (76%)
Cholock Goals scored 6/7 (86%)
Barrie Goals scored 23/29 (79%)
Gallagher Goals scored 18/20 (90%)
Goodwin Goals scored 2/3 (67%)

Preliminaries Stage Two[edit]

Group E[edit]

Group E contains the four bottom teams from Groups A-D and compete for final placings 13th to 16th.

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA % Pts
1  Samoa 3 3 0 0 189 158 119.6 6
2  Fiji 3 2 0 1 184 155 118.7 4
3  Sri Lanka 3 1 0 2 187 174 107.5 2
4  Singapore 3 0 0 3 155 222 69.8 0
15 July
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Sri Lanka  88–50  Singapore    Liverpool Arena (Court Two)
Umpires: T. Peart Jamaica
E. Van den Berg South Africa
Reserve umpire: H. George Australia
Scoring by quarter: 21–11, 24–11, 26–14, 17–14
Sivalingam Goals scored 76/78 (97%)
Sethukavalar Goals scored 6/7 (86%)
Mendis Goals scored 3/3 (100%)
Ambeygoda Goals scored 3/4 (75%)
Toh Goals scored 16/22 (73%)
Soh Goals scored 15/18 (83%)
Lee Goals scored 15/18 (83%)
Tan Goals scored 4/4 (100%)
15 July
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Fiji  54–55  Samoa    Liverpool Arena (Court Two)
Umpires: H. George Australia
A. Armstrong-Lush New Zealand
Reserve umpire: L. Douglas New Zealand
Scoring by quarter: 16–18, 14–15, 12–7, 12–15
Panapasa Goals scored 42/44 (95%)
Rauluni Goals scored 12/17 (71%)
Salanoa Goals scored 32/33 (97%)
To'o Goals scored 14/16 (88%)
Tanimo Goals scored 9/10 (90%)
16 July
09:00 (BST)
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Fiji  71–56  Singapore    Liverpool Arena
Umpires: J. Edeling South Africa
E. Van den Berg South Africa
Reserve umpire: A. Armstrong-Lush New Zealand
Scoring by quarter: 22–12, 13–14, 17–14, 19–16
Panapasa Goals scored 41/44 (93%)
Vocea Goals scored 17/21 (81%)
Rauluni Goals scored 8/11 (73%)
Waqa Goals scored 5/7 (71%)
Soh Goals scored 37/42 (88%)
Lee Goals scored 13/16 (81%)
Toh Goals scored 6/8 (75%)
16 July
11:00 (BST)
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Sri Lanka  55–65  Samoa    Liverpool Arena
Umpires: J. Mizon England
L. Travis England
Reserve umpire: T. Peart Jamaica
Scoring by quarter: 17–13, 10–19, 13–17, 15–16
Sivalingam Goals scored 52/58 (90%)
Wannithileka Goals scored 3/3 (100%)
Tanimo Goals scored 42/44 (95%)
To'o Goals scored 20/25 (80%)
Salanoa Goals scored 3/3 (100%)
17 July
09:00 (BST)
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Sri Lanka  44–59  Fiji    Liverpool Arena
Umpires: L. Mathurin-Cameron Trinidad and Tobago
T. Peart Jamaica
Reserve umpire: E. Van den Berg South Africa
Scoring by quarter: 11–10, 9–17, 8–20, 16–12
Sivalingam Goals scored 36/39 (92%)
Mendis Goals scored 6/11 (55%)
Wannithileka Goals scored 2/5 (40%)
Rauluni Goals scored 29/37 (78%)
Vocea Goals scored 25/29 (86%)
Panapasa Goals scored 5/6 (83%)
17 July
11:00 (BST)
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Singapore  49–63  Samoa    Liverpool Arena
Umpires: M. Phippard Australia
A. Armstrong-Lush New Zealand
Reserve umpire: K. Stephenson England
Scoring by quarter: 9–16, 12–15, 13–13, 15–19
Soh Goals scored 21/27 (78%)
Tan Goals scored 17/19 (89%)
Toh Goals scored 9/13 (69%)
Lee Goals scored 2/4 (50%)
Tanimo Goals scored 45/48 (94%)
Salanoa Goals scored 11/11 (100%)
Autagavaia Goals scored 6/7 (86%)
To'o Goals scored 1/2 (50%)

Group F[edit]

The top three teams from Groups A and B advance to Group F. All six teams previously played two matches against Group F teams – for example, each team in Group A played the two other Group A teams who advanced to Group F. At the start of Group F the table is initialised to include the results of these two Group A or Group B matches for each team. The former Group A teams play the former Group B teams in three rounds of three matches in Group F.

Teams finishing first and second in Group F go through to the semi-finals – the top team in Group F plays the second team in Group G and the second team in Group F plays the top team in Group G. The four remaining teams in Group F compete for the final placings from 5th to 12th.

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA % Pts
1  Australia (Q) 5 5 0 0 376 157 239.5 10
2  New Zealand (Q) 5 4 0 1 347 184 188.6 8
3  Malawi 5 3 0 2 233 301 77.4 6
4  Zimbabwe 5 2 0 3 241 265 90.9 4
5  Northern Ireland 5 1 0 4 190 306 62.1 2
6  Barbados 5 0 0 5 172 346 49.7 0

(Q) Qualified to semi-finals.


15 July
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Zimbabwe  36–79  New Zealand    Liverpool Arena (Court One)
Umpires: J. Mizon England
J. Edeling South Africa
Reserve umpire: E. Van den Berg South Africa
Scoring by quarter: 10–21, 8–19, 8–19, 10–20
Jani Goals scored 13/13 (100%)
Makusha Goals scored 7/9 (78%)
Takaidza Goals scored 7/9 (78%)
Bwanali Goals scored 5/5 (100%)
Ndlovu Goals scored 4/7 (57%)
Ekenasio Goals scored 25/30 (83%)
Selby-Rickit Goals scored 23/23 (100%)
Folai Goals scored 23/25 (92%)
Mes Goals scored 8/10 (80%)
15 July
09:25 (BST)
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Northern Ireland  43–47  Malawi    Liverpool Arena (Court Two)
Umpires: L. Douglas New Zealand
G. Burgess England
Reserve umpire: A. Armstrong-Lush New Zealand
Scoring by quarter: 9–12, 11–10, 12–12, 11–13
Armstrong Goals scored 22/29 (76%)
Magee Goals scored 19/27 (70%)
Craig Goals scored 2/2 (100%)
Mvula Goals scored 30/31 (97%)
Chimaliro Goals scored 15/18 (83%)
Simtowe Goals scored 2/2 (100%)
15 July
11:00 (BST)
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Australia  91–22  Barbados    Liverpool Arena (Court One)
Umpires: A. Kemp South Africa
L. Mathurin-Cameron Trinidad and Tobago
Reserve umpire: L. Travis England
Scoring by quarter: 23–5, 23–2, 25–8, 20–7
Bassett Goals scored 26/30 (87%)
Tippett Goals scored 25/26 (96%)
Thwaites Goals scored 20/20 (100%)
Wood Goals scored 20/23 (87%)
Wharton Goals scored 20/24 (83%)
Thomas Goals scored 2/6 (33%)
16 July
15:00 (BST)
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Northern Ireland  28–77  New Zealand    Liverpool Arena
Umpires: A. Kemp South Africa
K. Stephenson England
Reserve umpire: L. Mathurin-Cameron Trinidad and Tobago
Scoring by quarter: 7–22, 4–22, 6–17, 11–16
Magee Goals scored 14/22 (64%)
Crosbie Goals scored 6/9 (67%)
Craig Goals scored 5/7 (71%)
Armstrong Goals scored 3/6 (50%)
Folau Goals scored 31/36 (86%)
Ekenasio Goals scored 26/28 (93%)
Selby-Rickit Goals scored 10/11 (91%)
Mes Goals scored 10/11 (91%)
16 July
17:00 (BST)
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Australia  74–25  Malawi    Liverpool Arena
Umpires: G. Burgess England
J. Yuliani Singapore
Reserve umpire: G. Fowler New Zealand
Scoring by quarter: 21–2, 20–3, 20–9, 13–11
Bassett Goals scored 24/28 (86%)
Thwaites Goals scored 22/22 (100%)
Tippett Goals scored 17/18 (94%)
Wood Goals scored 11/11 (100%)
Chimaliro Goals scored 12/17 (71%)
Simtowe Goals scored 10/12 (83%)
Kamwala Goals scored 3/6 (50%)
16 July
19:00 (BST)
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Zimbabwe  66–41  Barbados    Liverpool Arena
Umpires: M. Henning Australia
L. Douglas New Zealand
Reserve umpire: H, George Australia
Scoring by quarter: 17–11, 16–8, 15–13, 18–9
Jani Goals scored 51/53 (96%)
Bwanali Goals scored 11/16 (69%)
Ndlovu Goals scored 4/5 (80%)
Wharton Goals scored 28/30 (93%)
Holder Goals scored 7/7 (100%)
Thomas Goals scored 6/9 (67%)
18 July
08:30 (BST)
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Northern Ireland  46–43  Barbados    Liverpool Arena
Umpires: E. Van der Berg South Africa
A. Kemp South Africa
Reserve umpire: J. Edeling South Africa
Scoring by quarter: 12–13, 11–10, 12–8, 11–12
Magee Goals scored 22/29 (76%)
Armstrong Goals scored 19/21 (90%)
Craig Goals scored 3/4 (75%)
Crosbie Goals scored 2/4 (50%)
Wharton Goals scored 24/26 (92%)
Blackman Goals scored 19/20 (95%)
18 July
10:30 (BST)
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Australia  50–49  New Zealand    Liverpool Arena
Umpires: G. Burgess England
K. Stephenson England
Reserve umpire: L. Travis England
Scoring by quarter: 13–10, 15–12, 12–14, 10–13
Bassett Goals scored 37/41 (90%)
Wood Goals scored 13/16 (81%)
Folau Goals scored 21/24 (88%)
Ekenasio Goals scored 20/24 (83%)
Mes Goals scored 8/10 (80%)
18 July
12:30 (BST)
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Zimbabwe  43–59  Malawi    Liverpool Arena
Umpires: J. Yuliani Singapore
L. Douglas New Zealand
Reserve umpire: H. George Australia
Scoring by quarter: 8–12, 10–16, 11–15, 14–16
Takaidza Goals scored 22/24 (92%)
Jani Goals scored 13/15 (87%)
Ndlovu Goals scored 4/5 (80%)
Bwanali Goals scored 4/6 (67%)
Mvula Goals scored 41/43 (95%)
Chimaliro Goals scored 18/20 (90%)

Group G[edit]

The top three teams from Groups C and D advance to Group G. All six teams previously played two matches against Group G teams – for example, each team in Group C played the two other Group C teams who advanced to Group G. At the start of Group G the table is initialised to include the results of these two Group C or Group D matches for each team. The former Group C teams play the former Group D teams in three rounds of three matches in Group G.

Teams finishing first and second in Group G go through to the semi-finals – the top team in Group G plays the second team in Group F and the second team in Group G plays the top team in Group F. The four remaining teams in Group G compete for the final placings from 5th to 12th.

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA % Pts
1  England (H) (Q) 5 5 0 0 320 207 154.6 10
2  South Africa (Q) 5 4 0 1 311 233 133.5 8
3  Jamaica 5 3 0 2 292 229 127.5 6
4  Uganda 5 2 0 3 220 285 77.2 4
5  Trinidad and Tobago 5 0 1 4 231 316 73.1 1
6  Scotland 5 0 1 4 194 298 65.1 1

(Q) Qualified to semi-finals. (H) Host.


15 July
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Jamaica  48–56  England    Liverpool Arena (Court One)
Umpires: M. Phippard Australia
G. Fowler New Zealand
Reserve umpire: J. Bowring Australia
Scoring by quarter: 12–14, 14–14, 10–16, 12–12
Fowler Goals scored 43/43 (100%)
Beckford Goals scored 5/9 (56%)
Harten Goals scored 27/30 (90%)
Housby Goals scored 29/34 (85%)
15 July
17:00 (BST)
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Trinidad and Tobago  54–57  Uganda    Liverpool Arena (Court One)
Umpires: J. Yuliani Singapore
J. Bowring Australia
Reserve umpire: G. Burgess England
Scoring by quarter: 17–15, 14–15, 10–16, 13–11
Wallace Goals scored 38/41 (93%)
McCollin Goals scored 16/16 (100%)
Proscovia Goals scored 23/25 (92%)
Nanyonga Goals scored 1/1 (100%)
Oyella Goals scored 26/29 (90%)
Cholock Goals scored 7/7 (100%)
15 July
17:25 (BST)
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South Africa  66–38  Scotland    Liverpool Arena (Court Two)
Umpires: K. Stephenson England
L. Travis England
Reserve umpire: J. Mizon England
Scoring by quarter: 15–10, 17–10, 17–12, 17–6
Burger Goals scored 26/29 (90%)
Holtzhausen Goals scored 8/9 (89%)
Potgieter Goals scored 30/30 (100%)
Stolz Goals scored 2/6 (33%)
Barrie Goals scored 10/12 (83%)
Gallagher Goals scored 6/9 (67%)
Goodwin Goals scored 18/24 (75%)
McCall Goals scored 4/7 (57%)
17 July
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Trinidad and Tobago  46–72  England    Liverpool Arena
Umpires: H. George Australia
M. Henning Australia
Reserve umpire: L. Douglas New Zealand
Scoring by quarter: 12–20, 11–19, 10–17, 13–16
Wallace Goals scored 20/22 (91%)
McCollin Goals scored 26/29 (90%)
Dunn Goals scored 15/19 (79%)
Harten Goals scored 36/40 (90%)
Housby Goals scored 21/24 (88%)
17 July
17:00 (BST)
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Jamaica  67–36  Scotland    Liverpool Arena
Umpires: A. Kemp South Africa
L. Travis England
Reserve umpire: J. Edeling South Africa
Scoring by quarter: 13–14, 19–7, 18–5, 17–10
Aiken Goals scored 13/16 (81%)
Robinson Goals scored 9/12 (75%)
Fowler Goals scored 45/48 (94%)
Barrie Goals scored 19/22 (86%)
McCall Goals scored 5/5 (100%)
Gallagher Goals scored 11/11 (100%)
Goodwin Goals scored 1/5 (20%)
17 July
19:00 (BST)
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South Africa  67–40  Uganda    Liverpool Arena
Umpires: G. Fowler New Zealand
J. Bowring Australia
Reserve umpire: J. Yuliani Singapore
Scoring by quarter: 19–10, 12–13, 15–10, 21–7
Potgieter Goals scored 46/49 (94%)
Holtzhausen Goals scored 21/23 (91%)
Oyella Goals scored 27/30 (90%)
Proscovia Goals scored 13/14 (93%)
18 July
16:00 (BST)
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Trinidad and Tobago  43–43  Scotland    Liverpool Arena
Umpires: A. Armstrong-Lush New Zealand
H. George Australia
Reserve umpire: A. Kemp South Africa
Scoring by quarter: 9–11, 12–11, 13–12, 9–9
Wallace Goals scored 29/30 (97%)
McCollin Goals scored 14/17 (82%)
Barrie Goals scored 17/21 (81%)
Gallagher Goals scored 23/25 (92%)
Goodwin Goals scored 3/5 (60%)
18 July
18:00 (BST)

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Jamaica  57–39  Uganda    Liverpool Arena
Umpires: J. Bowring Australia
M. Henning Australia
Reserve umpire: J. Mizon England
Scoring by quarter: 13–9, 22–16, 16–14, 7–8
Fowler Goals scored 38/39 (97%)
Beckford Goals scored 8/9 (89%)
Aiken Goals scored 8/10 (80%)
Robinson Goals scored 4/5 (80%)
Oyella Goals scored 8/12 (67%)
Nanyonga Goals scored 11/16 (69%)
Proscovia Goals scored 21/21 (100%)
18 July
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South Africa  47–58  England    Liverpool Arena
Umpires: M. Phippard Australia
G. Fowler New Zealand
Reserve umpire: A. Armstrong-Lush New Zealand
Scoring by quarter: 11–19, 9–12, 10–12, 17–15
Holtzhausen Goals scored 19/27 (70%)
Porgieter Goals scored 17/21 (81%)
Burger Goals scored 11/12 (92%)
Harten Goals scored 30/33 (91%)
Housby Goals scored 24/26 (92%)
Dunn Goals scored 4/5 (80%)

Placement matches[edit]

15th place[edit]

19 July
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Sri Lanka  78–57  Singapore    Liverpool Arena
Umpires: L. Travis England
A. Kemp South Africa
Reserve umpire: T. Peart Jamaica
Scoring by quarter: 23–15, 20–13, 22–12, 13–17
Sivalingam Goals scored 77/84 (92%)
MendisGoals scored 1/2 (50%)
Tan Goals scored 3/3 (100%)
Soh Goals scored 38/41 (93%)
Lee Goals scored 5/5 (100%)
Toh Goals scored 11/15 (73%)

13th place[edit]

19 July
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Samoa  53–42  Fiji    Liverpool Arena
Umpires: A. Armstrong-Lush New Zealand
J. Yuliani Singapore
Reserve umpire: L. Mathurin-Cameron Trinidad and Tobago
Scoring by quarter: 11–13, 14–3, 13–15, 15–11
Salanoa Goals scored 23/24 (96%)
To'o Goals scored 17/20 (85%)
Tanimo Goals scored 13/15 (87%)
Panapasa Goals scored 22/24 (92%)
Rauluni Goals scored 10/11 (91%)
Vocea Goals scored 10/11 (91%)

11th place[edit]

20 July
09:00 (BST)
Barbados  42–53  Scotland    Liverpool Arena
Scoring by quarter: 13-15, 9-14, 11-10, 9-14
Wharton Goals scored 31/34 (91%)
Holder Goals scored 4/4 (100%)
Blackman Goals scored 7/10 (70%)
Barrie Goals scored 24/30 (80%)
Gallagher Goals scored 27/28 (96%)
Goodwin Goals scored 2/2 (100%)

9th place[edit]

20 July
17:15 (BST)
Northern Ireland  v  Trinidad and Tobago    Liverpool Arena

5th-8th[edit]

 
5–8 placing matches5–6 match
 
      
 
19 July
 
 
 Malawi55
 
21 July
 
 Uganda44
 
 Malawi
 
19 July
 
 Jamaica
 
 Zimbabwe47
 
 
 Jamaica77
 
7–8 match
 
 
21 July
 
 
 Uganda
 
 
 Zimbabwe

5th-8th play-offs[edit]

19 July
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 Zimbabwe 47–77  Jamaica    Liverpool Arena
Umpires: H. George Australia
K. Stephenson England
Reserve umpire: J. Edeling South Africa
Scoring by quarter: 15–23, 9–24, 14–12, 9–18
Jani Goals scored 18/18 (100%)
Ndlovu Goals scored 2/3 (67%)
Takaidza Goals scored 21/26 (81%)
Bwanali Goals scored 6/7 (86%)
Aiken Goals scored 27/34 (79%)
Robinson Goals scored 16/23 (70%)
Fowler Goals scored 16/16 (100%)
Beckford Goals scored 18/21 (86%)
19 July
17:00 (BST)
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 Malawi 55–44  Uganda    Liverpool Arena
Umpires: L. Douglas New Zealand
M. Henning Australia
Reserve umpire: E. Van den Berg South Africa
Scoring by quarter: 12–9, 15–10, 14–16, 14–9
Mvula Goals scored 38/43 (88%)
Chimaliro Goals scored 17/18 (94%)
Proscovia Goals scored 24/24 (100%)
Cholock Goals scored 12/13 (92%)
Nanyonga Goals scored 5/6 (83%)

7th place[edit]

21 July
09:00 (BST)
 Uganda v  Zimbabwe    Liverpool Arena

5th place[edit]

21 July
11:00 (BST)
 Malawi v  Jamaica    Liverpool Arena

Semi-finals and medal matches[edit]

 
SemifinalsFinal
 
      
 
20 July
 
 
 Australia55
 
21 July
 
 South Africa53
 
 Australia
 
20 July
 
 New Zealand
 
 England45
 
 
 New Zealand47
 
Bronze Medal Match
 
 
21 July
 
 
 South Africa
 
 
 England

Semi-finals[edit]

20 July
11:00 (BST)
Report Australia  55–53  South Africa    Liverpool Arena
20 July
15:00 (BST)
England  45-47  New Zealand    Liverpool Arena

Bronze medal match[edit]

21 July
14:30 (BST)
 South Africa v  England    Liverpool Arena

Gold and silver medals match[edit]

21 July
17:00 (BST)
 Australia v  New Zealand    Liverpool Arena

Tournament top scorers[edit]

Player Team Goals
Tharjini Sivalingam  Sri Lanka 348
Jhaniele Fowler  Jamaica 251
Lenize Potgieter  South Africa 204
Joyce Mvula  Malawi 193
Samantha Wallace  Trinidad and Tobago 174
Caitlin Bassett  Australia 169
Joice Takaidza  Zimbabwe 168
Joanne Harten  England 166
Maria Folau  New Zealand 162
Lydia Panapasa  Fiji 161
  • Updated - 19 July 2019 [21]

Final placings[edit]

Place Country
Gold
Silver
Bronze
4
5
6
7
8
9  Trinidad and Tobago
10  Northern Ireland
11  Scotland
12  Barbados
13  Samoa
14  Fiji
15  Sri Lanka
16  Singapore

References[edit]

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