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Game Schedule and Results – World Netball Championships 2011 Singapore

Pool A
Pool B
Pool C
Pool D
Australia
New Zealand
Jamaica
England
Sri Lanka (Asia)
Trinidad & Tobago (Americas & Caribbean)
Singapore
Malawi
Northern Ireland (Europe)
Fiji (Oceania)
South Africa (Africa)
Barbados (Americas & Caribbean)
Samoa (Oceania)
Wales (Europe)
Botswana (Africa)
Malaysia (Asia)

 

Date
Local Time (GMT +8)
Court
Game Number
Pool
Team 1
Team 2
Score
Winner
Sunday
3 July
5.00pm
Opening Ceremony
7.00pm
1
1
C
Singapore
Botswana
Monday
4 July
11.00am
1
2
C
Jamaica
South Africa
1.15pm
1
3
A
Australia
Samoa
1.15pm
2
4
B
Trinidad & Tobago
Wales
3.30pm
1
5
B
New Zealand
Fiji
3.30pm
2
6
A
Sri Lanka
Northern Ireland
5.45pm
1
7
D
England
Malawi
8.00pm
1
8
D
Barbados
Malaysia
Tuesday
5 July
11.00am
1
9
B
Fiji
Trinidad & Tobago
1.15pm
1
10
D
England
Barbados
1.15pm
2
11
A
Samoa
Sri Lanka
3.30pm
1
12
B
New Zealand
Wales
3.30pm
2
13
C
Jamaica
Botswana
5.45pm
1
14
A
Australia
Northern Ireland
8.00pm
1
15
C
Singapore
South Africa
8.00pm
2
16
D
Malawi
Malaysia
Wednesday
6 July
11.00am
1
17
A
Northern Ireland
Samoa
1.15pm
1
18
B
Fiji
Wales
1.15pm
2
19
D
Malawi
Barbados
3.30pm
1
20
B
New Zealand
Trinidad & Tobago
3.30pm
2
21
D
England
Malaysia
5.45pm
1
22
C
Singapore
Jamaica
8.00pm
1
23
A
Australia
Sri Lanka
8.00pm
2
24
C
South Africa
Botswana
Thursday
7 July
11.00am
1
25
Play-off 9:16
D3
A4
1.15pm
1
26
Play-off 9:16
B3
C4
3.30pm
1
27
Play-off 9:16
A3
D4
5.45pm
1
28
Play-off 9:16
C3
B4
Friday
8 July
11.00am
1
29
Play-off 9:16
Loser G25
Loser G26
1.15pm
1
30
QF 1:8
D1
A2
1.15pm
2
31
Play-off 9:16
Loser G27
Loser G28
3.30pm
1
32
QF 1:8
B1
C2
3.30pm
2
33
Play-off 9:16
Winner G25
Winner G26
5.45pm
1
34
QF 1:8
A1
D2
8.00pm
1
35
QF 1:8
C1
B2
8.00pm
2
36
Play-off 9:16
Winner G27
Winner G28

 

 

Date
Time
Court
Game Number
Pool
Team 1
Team 2
Score
Winner
Saturday
9 July
11.00am
1
37
11th / 12th
9 : 16
Loser G36
Loser G33
11.00am
2
38
15th / 16th
9 : 16
Loser G31
Loser G29
1.15pm
1
39
9th / 10th
9 : 16
Winner G36
Winner G33
1.15pm
2
40
13th / 14th
9 : 16
Winner G31
Winner G29
3.30pm
1
41
SF 1 : 8
Winner G32
Winner G30
5.45pm
1
42
SF 1 : 8
Winner G34
Winner G35
8.00pm
1
43
SF 1 : 8
Loser G30
Loser G35
8.00pm
2
44
SF 1 : 8
Loser G32
Loser G34
Sunday
10 July
10.00am
1
45
7th / 8th
1 : 8
Loser G43
Loser G44
12.15pm
1
46
5th / 6th
1 : 8
Winner G43
Winner G44
2.30pm
1
47
3rd / 4th
1 : 8
Loser G42
Loser G41
4.45pm
1
48
1st / 2nd
1 : 8
Winner G42
Winner G41

*subjected to change.

Malawi national netball (Queens)  coach Edith Kaliati has expressed satisfaction with her team’s preparation for the upcoming World Championship in Singapore next month after the new-look squad beat Uganda 54-48 baskets on Saturday before beating them 48-45  24-hour later at College of Medicine Sports Complex and Blantyre Youth Centre respectively.

The results come after another back-to-back wins in a friendly against Botswana last week.

The Queens are preparing for the World Netball Championship to take place in Singapore from July 3-10 with the Malawi Queens in pool D together with England, Barbados and Malaysia.

In both matches, shooter Sindi ‘Sniper’ Simutowe was toast of the day as she played with her lungs out together with up and coming Joyce Mvula.

Simutowe netted most of the baskets, that netball followers predicted that her combination with Australian based Mwayi ‘Professor’ Kumwenda will be a force to reckon with.

Joyful Phiri, a netball fan, who watched Sunday’s encounter said: “ Sindi is a marvel to watch because of her scoring skills and l have no doubt that with Mwayi they will form a good partnership.”

There  was also a display of good skills  from Grace ‘Pincord’ Mwafulirwa, Towera ‘Tobe’ Vinkhumbo, Beatrice Kadango, Bridget Kumwenda and no nonsense netballer Caroline ‘Ayuda’ Ngwira.

The Queens coach, Edith Kaliati was delighted with her players and promised to progress through in their pool.

“I am very happy with my players and l have no doubt that we will do well in our group,” she said.

However, there was debate among spectators as some were of the views that veteran Mary ‘Atcheya’ Waya should be brought back in the squad.

Waya, who joined the camp after Netball Association of Malawi in conjunction with Sports Ministry intervention, left camp on Tuesday night after some up and coming players threatened to boycott training.

The players stated that calling veterans meant the technical panel lost confidence in them.

Martha Kangaude, who watched Sunday’s match said Waya was influential in the team and lobbied for her come back.

“Do you think we can beat teams like England without the experience of veteran players like Mary? These youngsters should think twice because Mary is respected by England, Australia and many netball teams around the globe,” said Kangaude.

The tournament will be held at the Singapore Indoor Stadium from July 3 to 10.

Malawi is ranked number seven in the world while South Africa is number six. Botswana is ranked 18 in the world and third in Africa.

Team List

Ellen CHIBOKO
Florence CHIRWA
Joanna KACHILIKA
Tina KAMZATI
Mwayi KUMWENDA
Bridget KUMWENDA
Beatrice MPINGANJIRA
Caroline MTUKULE (Vice-Captain)
Joyce MVULA
Grace MWAFULIRWA (Captain)
Sindi SIMTOWE
Towera VIMKHUMBO

Head Coach: Kaliati EDITH
Assistant Coach: Kaluwa PEACE
Team Manager: Shariff ABIGAIL
Team Doctor: Senzani VINCENT

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