Lawn bowls at the 2018 Commonwealth Games – Women's pairs

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Lawn bowls – Women's pairs
at the 2018 Commonwealth Games
Lawn bowls pictogram.svg
VenueBroadbeach Bowls Club
Dates9 – 13 April 2018
Competitors42 from 21 nations
Medalists
gold medal    Malaysia
silver medal    South Africa
bronze medal    Scotland
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Lawn bowls women's pairs at the 2018 Commonwealth Games was held at the Broadbeach Bowls Club in the Gold Coast, Australia from April 9 to 13.[1][2] A total of 42 athletes from 21 associations participated in the event.

Sectional play[edit]

The top two from each section advance to the knockout stage.

Section A[edit]

Rank Nation Athletes MP MW MT ML FR AG PD PTS
1  South Africa Colleen Piketh & Nicolene Neal 4 4 0 0 85 52 33 12
2  India Lovely Choubey & Rupa Rani Tirkey 4 2 0 2 73 62 11 6
3  Northern Ireland Catherine Beattie & Sandra Bailie 4 2 0 2 67 60 6 6
4  Wales Jess Sims & Laura Daniels 4 2 0 2 73 70 3 6
5  Jersey Christine Grimes & Rachel MacDonald 4 0 0 4 40 94 -54 0
   South Africa  India  Northern Ireland  Wales  Jersey
 South Africa 19–17 20–12 23–17 23–6
 India 17–19 14–15 20–16 22–12
 Northern Ireland 12–20 15–14 13–18 27–8
 Wales 17–23 16–20 18–13 22–14
 Jersey 6–23 12–22 8–27 14–22

Section B[edit]

Rank Nation Athletes MP MW MT ML FR AG PD PTS
1  Canada Kelly McKerihen & Leanne Chinery 4 3 0 1 80 49 31 9
2  Norfolk Island Carmen Anderson & Shae Wilson 4 3 0 1 66 45 21 9
3  New Zealand Jo Edwards & Val Smith 4 2 0 2 73 60 13 6
4  Fiji Doreen O'Connor & Sheral Mar 4 2 0 2 56 69 -13 6
5  Tonga Caroline Dubois & Malia Kioa 4 0 0 4 39 91 -52 0
   Canada  Norfolk Island  New Zealand  Fiji  Tonga
 Canada 12–14 18–16 30–7 20–12
 Norfolk Island 14–12 20–11 11–12 21–10
 New Zealand 16–18 11–20 17–16 29–6
 Fiji 7–30 12–11 16–17 21–11
 Tonga 12–20 10–21 6–29 11–21

Section C[edit]

Rank Nation Athletes MP MW MT ML FR AG PD PTS
1  Malaysia Emma Firyana & Siti Zalina 4 4 0 0 108 34 74 12
2  Scotland Claire Johnston & Lesley Doig 4 3 0 1 104 46 58 9
3  Brunei Hajah Ajijah & Suhana Md Daud 4 2 0 2 64 85 -21 6
4  Botswana Lephai Modutlwa & Nelly Senna 4 1 0 3 62 89 -27 3
5  Cook Islands Emily Jim & Nooroa Mataio 4 0 0 4 40 124 -84 0
   Malaysia  Scotland  Brunei  Botswana  Cook Islands
 Malaysia 18–11 28–10 29–7 33–6
 Scotland 11–18 32–9 25–9 36–10
 Brunei 10–28 9–32 19–17 26–8
 Botswana 7–29 9–25 17–19 29–16
 Cook Islands 6–33 10–36 8–26 16–29

Section D[edit]

Rank Nation Athletes MP MW MT ML FR AG PD PTS
1  Australia Karen Murphy & Kelsey Cottrell 5 5 0 0 126 51 75 15
2  England Natalie Chestney & Sophie Tolchard 5 4 0 1 112 57 55 12
3  Malta Connie-Leigh Rixon & Rebecca Rixon 5 3 0 2 97 81 16 9
4  Zambia Eddah Mpezeni & Foster Banda 5 2 0 3 64 101 -37 6
5  Papua New Guinea Catherine Wimp & Rebecca Walo 5 1 0 4 74 91 -17 3
6  Niue Cath Papani & Pau Blumsky 5 0 0 5 46 138 -92 0
   Australia  England  Malta  Zambia  Papua New Guinea  Niue
 Australia 20–14 18–14 24–5 29–7 35–11
 England 14–20 23–10 30–5 16–14 29–8
 Malta 14–18 10–23 24–12 20–19 29–9
 Zambia 5–24 5–30 12–24 18–13 24–10
 Papua New Guinea 7–29 14–16 19–20 13–18 21–8
 Niue 11–35 8–29 9–29 10–24 8–21

Knockout stage[edit]

  Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
                           
  A1  South Africa 14  
D2  England 12  
  A1  South Africa 18  
  B2  Scotland 10  
D1  Australia 15
  B2  Scotland 16  
    A1  South Africa 14
  C1  Malaysia 15
  B1  Canada 21  
C2  Norfolk Island 6  
  B1  Canada 8 Third place
  C1  Malaysia 15  
C1  Malaysia 17 B2  Scotland 18
  A2  India 11   B1  Canada 10

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Official Ticketing Guide" (PDF). www.gc2018.com/. Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games Corporation. Retrieved 9 June 2017.
  2. ^ "Venues". www.gc2018.com/. Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games Corporation. Retrieved 9 June 2017.