Lawn bowls at the 2010 Commonwealth Games – Women's pairs

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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 women's pairs competition in Lawn Bowls at the 2010 Commonwealth Games began on October 4, 2010[1] and finished on October 11, 2010.

Results[edit]

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Qualifying - Round Robin[edit]

Section A[edit]

Team Players P W L F A Pts Sets
Australia Lynsey Armitage & Natasha Van Eldik 10 7 3 195 110 14 +9
New Zealand Jan Khan & Manu Timoti 10 6 4 202 135 12 +9
Namibia Theuna Grobler & Diana Viljoen 10 6 4 178 158 12 +6
India Manu Pal & Arzoo Rani 10 6 4 165 149 12 +2
Zambia Foster Banda & Chiko Like 10 6 4 170 169 12 +2
South Africa Brunhilde Rossouw & Colleen Webb 10 6 4 166 150 12 –1
Canada Amanda Berg & Shirley Wong 10 5 5 138 179 10 –5
Northern Ireland Jennifer Dowds & Donna McCloy 10 4 6 130 192 8 –8
Cook Islands Tungane Tere & Tangata Tokorangi 10 3 7 149 176 6 –2
Norfolk Island Petal Hore & Ester Sanchez 10 3 7 159 169 6 –4
Botswana Tirelo Buckley & Obopile Mosimanyana 10 3 7 140 205 6 –8

Section B[edit]

Team Players P W L F A Pts Sets
Malaysia Nor Hashimah Ismail & Zuraini Khalid 10 10 0 241 95 20 +18
England Ellen Falkner & Amy Monkhouse 10 8 2 189 113 26 +12
Wales Anwen Butten & Hannah Smith 10 8 2 163 155 16 +7
Scotland Caroline Brown & Margaret Letham 10 7 3 185 132 14 +10
Brunei Esmawandy Ibrahim & Siti Umar 10 5 5 145 168 10 –2
Samoa Lena Adams & Akenese Westerlund 10 4 6 141 178 8 0
Jersey Karina Bisson & Chris Grimes 10 4 6 147 152 8 –4
Guernsey Lucy Beere & Gwen de la Mare 10 3 7 147 169 6 –8
Swaziland Karin Byars & Celma Nienaber 10 3 7 129 174 6 –8
Niue Olivia Bloomfield & Josphine Peyroux 10 2 8 108 217 4 –12
Papua New Guinea Monalua Cunera & Walo Pisak 10 1 9 139 181 2 –13

Knockout Stages[edit]

Quarterfinals Semifinals Gold Medal Match
                             
A1 Australia
Bye
A1 Australia 10 7
B2 England 10 8
B2 England 4 8 2
A3 Namibia 9 7 1
B2 England 12 5 5
B1 Malaysia 6 7 2
B1 Malaysia
Bye
B1 Malaysia 11 9 Bronze Medal Match
B3 Wales 4 3
B3 Wales 12 12 A1 Australia 4 8 1
A2 New Zealand 4 2 B3 Wales 7 3 4

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References[edit]