Lawn bowls at the 2010 Commonwealth Games – Men's triples

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Lawn bowls at the
2010 Commonwealth Games
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Singles   men   women  
Pairs   men   women  
Triples   men   women  

The men's triples competition began on 4 October 2010.[1] and finished on 10 October 2010. The gold medal was won by South Africa who won the final over Australia after a tie-break. The bronze medal was won by England, who only lost one match all tournament.

Results[edit]

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Qualifying - Round Robin[edit]

Section A[edit]

Team Players P W L F A Pts Set Diff
South Africa Johann Pierre du Plessis, Wayne Perry, Gidion Vermeulen 10 8 2 192 117 16 +6
Australia Brett Wilkie, Wayne Turley, Mark Casey 10 7 3 215 111 14 +13
Wales Chris Blake, Andrew Fleming, Marc Wyatt 10 7 3 177 153 14 +4
Scotland Wayne Hogg, David Peacock, Willie Wood 10 7 3 172 137 14 +1
New Zealand Shannon McIlroy, Richard Girvan, Andrew Todd 10 6 4 180 120 12 +7
Canada Hiren Bhartu, Steve McKerihan, Fred Wallbank 10 5 5 165 156 10 +1
Namibia Willem Esterhuizen, Steven Peake, Graham Snyman 10 5 5 143 174 10 –4
Brunei Yakup Amit, Md Ali Bujang, Haji Haji Ibrahim 10 4 6 136 199 8 –5
India Sunil Bahadur, Dinesh Kumar, Prince Mahto, Mahip Tirkey 10 3 7 161 164 6 –1
Malta Leonard Callus, Michael Debono, Joseph Saragozza 10 2 8 134 187 4 –8
Niue Vihekula Kanaihu, Ian McKenna, Kolonisi Polima 10 1 9 88 245 2 –20

Section B[edit]

Team Players P W L F A Pts Set Diff
England Mark Bantock, Robert Newman & Graham Shadwell 9 9 0 187 115 18 +14
Malaysia Mohd Amir Mohd Yusof, Syed Mohamad Syed Akil, Azim Azami Ariffin 9 8 1 189 92 16 +10
Guernsey Garry Collins, Dan De la Mare, Gary Pitschou 9 6 3 155 124 12 +6
Northern Ireland Paul Daly, Martin McHugh, Neil Booth 9 6 3 179 128 12 +9
Kenya Michael Bedan, Ngugi Njuguna, Martin Nyaga 9 5 4 130 167 10 –2
Norfolk Island John Christian, Tim Sheridan, Bazza Wilson 9 3 6 136 151 6 –7
Botswana Boitumelo Mosinyi, Gabatladiwe Motshidisi, Kitso Robert 9 2 7 136 162 4 –2
Cook Islands Vaine Henry, Ioane Ina Tou, Denis Tokorangi 9 2 7 118 169 4 –7
Jersey Derek Boswell, Allan Quemard, Cyril Renouf 9 2 7 132 175 4 –8
Papua New Guinea Harry Kaisa, Lucas Roika, Soling Tiba 9 2 7 106 185 4 –8

Jersey won 5 sets with a shot difference of -43 to finish ahead of Papua New Guinea who won 5 sets with a shot difference of -79.

Knockout Stages[edit]

Quarterfinals Semifinals Gold Medal Match
                             
A1 South Africa
Bye
A1 South Africa 10 11
A3 Wales 7 9
B3 Guernsey 6 3
A3 Wales 8 12
A1 South Africa 9 4 4
A2 Australia 6 8 3
B1 England
Bye
B1 England 3 7 4 Bronze medal match
A2 Australia 11 5 5
B2 Malaysia 1 8 A3 Wales 6 4
A2 Australia 14 10 B1 England 8 9

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ [1] Archived 8 October 2010 at the Wayback Machine.
  2. ^ "The complete book of the Commonwealth Games". Google Books. 
  3. ^ "Commonwealth Games". BBC Sport. 
  4. ^ "XIX Commonwealth Games". thecgf.com.