2002 Women's World Team Squash Championships

The 2002 Women's McWil CourtwallWorld Team Squash Championships were held in Odense, Denmark and took place from October 13 until October 20, 2002.[1][2]

Women's World Team 2002
13th World Women's Team Championship
LocationDenmark  Odense, Denmark
Date(s)October 13–20, 2002
Results
Gold medal world centered-2.svg ChampionsAustralia Australia
Silver medal world centered-2.svg Runners-upEngland England
Bronze medal world centered-2.svg Third placeNew Zealand New Zealand
← England 2000 Netherlands 2004 →

ResultsEdit

[3][4]

First roundEdit

Pool AEdit

Team One Team Two Score
  Australia   Canada 3-0
  Australia   India 3-0
  Australia   Spain 3-0
  Australia   South Africa 3-0
  South Africa   Spain 3-0
  South Africa   India 3-0
  South Africa   Canada 2-1
  Canada   Spain 3-0
  Canada   India 3-0
  Spain   India 2-1
Pos Nation Team P W L Pts
1   Australia Sarah Fitzgerald, Natalie Grinham, Rachael Grinham, Robyn Cooper 4 4 0 8
2   South Africa Claire Nitch, Sjeanne Cawdry, Farrah Sterne, Siyoli Lusaseni 4 3 1 6
3   Canada Melanie Jans, Margo Green, Lauren Wagner, Carolyn Russell 4 2 2 4
4   Spain Elisabet Sado, Olga Puigdemont, Laia Sans 4 1 3 2
5   India Joshna Chinappa, Mekhala Subedar, Vaidehi Reddy 4 0 4 0

Pool BEdit

Team One Team Two Score
  England   Malaysia 3-0
  England   Germany 3-0
  England   Ireland 3-0
  Malaysia   Ireland 3-0
  Malaysia   Germany 3-0
  Germany   Ireland 2-1
Pos Nation Team P W L Pts
1   England Stephanie Brind, Linda Charman, Tania Bailey, Fiona Geaves 3 3 0 6
2   Malaysia Sharon Wee, Tricia Chuah, Nicol David 3 2 1 4
3   Germany Karin Beriere, Sabine Tillman (née Schöne), Simone Leifels, Jennifer Post 3 1 2 2
4   Ireland Madeline Perry, Aisling Blake, Aisling McArdle 3 0 0 3

Pool CEdit

Team One Team Two Score
  New Zealand   Denmark 3-0
  New Zealand   France 3-0
  New Zealand   Japan 3-0
  New Zealand   Netherlands 2-1
  Netherlands   Japan 3-0
  Netherlands   France 3-0
  Netherlands   Denmark 2-1
  France   Denmark 2-1
  France   Japan 2-1
  Denmark   Japan 2-1
Pos Nation Team P W L Pts
1   New Zealand Carol Owens, Lara Petera, Shelley Kitchen, Sarah Cook 4 4 0 8
2   Netherlands Vanessa Atkinson, Daphne Jelgersma, Annelize Naudé 4 3 1 6
3   France Isabelle Stoehr, Corinne Castets, Laurence Bois 4 2 2 4
4   Denmark Ellen Hamborg-Petersen, Julie Dorn-Jensen, Mette Jørgensen 4 1 3 2
5   Japan Eri Tsuchida, Chinatsu Matsui, Yoriko Michishita 4 0 4 0

Pool DEdit

Team One Team Two Score
  Egypt   United States 3-0
  Egypt   Hong Kong 3-0
  Egypt   Austria 3-0
  Egypt   Scotland 2-1
  Scotland   Austria 3-0
  Scotland   Hong Kong 3-0
  Scotland   United States 3-0
  Hong Kong   Austria 3-0
  Hong Kong   United States 2-1
  United States   Austria 3-0
Pos Nation Team P W L Pts
1   Egypt Salma Shabana, Maha Zein, Omneya Abdel Kawy 4 4 0 8
2   Scotland Pamela Nimmo, Wendy Maitland, Senga Macfie, Lisa McKenna 4 3 1 6
3   Hong Kong Rebecca Chiu, Karen Lau, Christina Mak 4 2 2 4
4   United States Julia Beaver, Latasha Khan, Shabana Khan, Meredeth Quick 4 1 3 2
5   Austria Pamela Pancis, Ines Gradnitzer, Birgit Coufal, Sissi Colli 4 0 4 0

Quarter finalsEdit

Date Team One Team Two Score
Oct 17   Australia   Scotland 3-0
Oct 17   New Zealand   South Africa 2-1
Oct 17   Egypt   Malaysia 2-1
Oct 17   England   Netherlands 3-0

Semi finalsEdit

Date Team One Team Two Score
Oct 19   Australia   Egypt 3-0
Oct 19   England   New Zealand 2-1

Third Place Play OffEdit

Date Team One Team Two Score
Oct 20   New Zealand   Egypt 2-1

FinalEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Women's World Team Championship 2002" (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 2015-09-18.
  3. ^ "Sport In Brief". The Telegraph. Archived from the original on 2016-09-21. Retrieved 2018-04-04.
  4. ^ "Squash In Brief". The Telegraph. Archived from the original on 2016-09-21. Retrieved 2018-04-04.
Preceded by
England
2000
Squash World Team
Denmark

2002
Succeeded by
Netherlands
2004

See alsoEdit