1992 Women's World Team Squash Championships

The 1992 Women's Silver Unicorn World Team Squash Championships were held in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada and took place from October 12 until October 17, 1992.[1][2]

Women's World Team 1992
8th World Women's Team Championship
LocationCanada  Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Date(s)October 12–17, 1992
Results
Gold medal world centered-2.svg ChampionsAustralia Australia
Silver medal world centered-2.svg Runners-upNew Zealand New Zealand
Bronze medal world centered-2.svg Third placeEngland England
← Australia 1990 Guernsey 1994 →

ResultsEdit

[3][4]

First roundEdit

Pool AEdit

Date Team One Team Two Score
Oct 12   Ireland   Canada 1-2
Oct 13   England   Germany 3-0
Oct 14   England   Ireland 2-1
Oct 14   Germany   Canada 2-1
Oct 15   England   Canada 3-0
Oct 15   Ireland   Germany 1-2
Pos Nation Team P W L Pts
1   England Martine Le Moignan, Lisa Opie, Sue Wright, Cassie Jackman 3 3 0 6
2   Germany Sabine Schöne, Daniela Grzenia, Sandy Suck, Sabine Baum 3 2 1 4
3   Canada Heather Wallace, Melanie Jans, Sandy McBean, Amanda Paton-Humble 3 1 2 2
4   Ireland Rebecca O'Callaghan (née Best), Brona Ringland (née Conway), Jill McCaughey, Yvonne Jackson 3 0 3 0

Pool BEdit

Date Team One Team Two Score
Oct 13   Australia   Netherlands 3-0
Oct 13   New Zealand   Finland 3-0
Oct 14   Australia   Finland 3-0
Oct 14   New Zealand   Netherlands 3-0
Oct 15   Finland   Netherlands 0-3
Oct 15   Australia   New Zealand 2-1
Pos Nation Team P W L Pts
1   Australia Robyn Lambourne, Liz Irving, Michelle Martin, Sarah Fitzgerald 3 3 0 6
2   New Zealand Susan Devoy, Donna Newton, Marie Pearson, Philippa Beams 3 2 1 4
3   Netherlands Vanessa Atkinson, Hugoline van Hoorn, Marjolein Houtsma, Denise Sommers 3 1 2 2
4   Finland Tuula Myllyniemi, Nina Taimiaho, Mia Markkanen 3 0 0 3

Pool CEdit

Date Team One Team Two Score
Oct 12   France   Brazil 3-0
Oct 12   Sweden   France 2-1
Oct 12   South Africa   Singapore 3-0
Oct 12   South Africa   Brazil 3-0
Oct 13   Singapore   Brazil 2-1
Oct 13   South Africa   Sweden 3-0
Oct 14   South Africa   France 3-0
Oct 14   Singapore   Sweden 3-0
Oct 15   France   Singapore 2-1
Oct 15   Sweden   Brazil 3-0
Pos Nation Team P W L Pts
1   South Africa Claire Nitch, Angelique Clifton-Parks, Chantel Clifton-Parks 4 4 0 8
2   France Catherine Lebossé, Corinne Castets, Corinne Vezin, Nathalie Cornet 4 2 2 4
3   Singapore Mah Li Lian, Della Lee, Josephine Choo, Jane Ong 4 2 2 4
4   Sweden Eva Svenby, Lotta Olsson, Tinna Backlund, Christina Waker 4 2 2 4
5   Brazil Karen Redfern, Maria Caltabiano, Marina Redfern 4 0 4 0

Pool CEdit

Date Team One Team Two Score
Oct 12   Japan   Cayman Islands 2-1
Oct 12   Scotland   Japan 3-0
Oct 12   United States   Cayman Islands 3-0
Oct 12   United States   Malaysia 3-0
Oct 13   Malaysia   Japan 2-1
Oct 13   Scotland   Cayman Islands 3-0
Oct 14   Scotland   Malaysia 3-0
Oct 14   United States   Japan 3-0
Oct 15   Malaysia   Cayman Islands 3-0
Oct 15   Scotland   United States 2-1
Pos Nation Team P W L Pts
1   Scotland Shirley Brown, Alison Bowie, Emma Donaldson, Wendy Maitland 4 4 0 8
2   United States Demer Holleran, Shabana Khan, Karen Kelso, Ellie Pierce 4 3 1 6
3   Malaysia Sandra Wu, Kong Yuen Yuen, Koh Yoke Keet 4 2 2 4
4   Japan Yuriko Sakai, Machiko Miyagishima, Yuko Kimura 4 1 3 2
5   Cayman Islands G Lawrence, F Evans, Janet Sairsingh 4 0 4 0

Quarter finalsEdit

Team One Team Two Score
  Australia   South Africa 3-0
  England   Scotland 3-0
  Netherlands   Germany 2-1
  Canada   New Zealand 0-3

Semi finalsEdit

Team One Team Two Score
  Australia   Netherlands 3-0
  England   New Zealand 1-2

Third Place Play OffEdit

Team One Team Two Score
  England   Netherlands 3-0

FinalEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Women's World Team Championship 1992" (PDF). worldsquash.org. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2016-03-04.
  2. ^ "Times Archives". Oxfordshire Libraries. Archived from the original on 2018-07-19. Retrieved 2015-09-13.
  3. ^ "Australia regains squash trophy". Trove.
  4. ^ "Kiwi coup in squash suggests Australia win". Trove.
Preceded by
Australia
1990
Squash World Team
Canada

1992
Succeeded by
Guernsey
1994

See alsoEdit