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World Cup results: Day Two

 

2018 World Cup
Warilla, New South Wales, Australia

Day 2:

Men:
Sec.1: Rd.3: Jeremy Henry (Australia) bt CT Wong (Hong Kong China) 10-5 13-8, Charlie Herbert (USA) bt Dinesh Kumar (India) 8-7 6-10 3-1, Kevin Anderson (Scotland) bt Frank De Vries (Netherlands) 12-2 11-3, Brendan Aquilina (Malta) bt Law Kwok Fai (Singapore) 9-7 12-3, Pierre Brietenbach (South Africa) bt Kobi Hadar (Israel) 14-5 11-5.
Rd.4: Matt Le Ber (Guernsey) bt De Vries 10-2 17-3, Henry bt Fai 8-6 11-5, Aquilina bt Wong 9-11 10-2 5-0, Kumar bt Hadar 12-3 8-6, Herbert bt Brietenbach 14-1 15-4.
Current standings: Henry 12 points +43 shots, Le Ber 9 +35 (5 sets), Kumar 9 +28 (5 sets), Aquilina 9 +43 (5 sets), Anderson 9 +30 (4 sets), Brietenbach 6 +9, Herbert 6 +2, Wong 0 -34, Fai 0 -38, De Vries 0 -54, Hadar 0 -64.

Sec.2: Rd.3: David Ferguson (Australia) bt Clive McGreal (Isle of Man) 18-5 7-6, Matu Bazo (Papua New Guinea) bt Soufi Rusli (Malaysia) 12-5 10-5, Ozkan Akar (Turkey) bt Russell Forsyth (Japan) 8-4 7-7, Ali Forsyth (New Zealand) bt John Christian (Norfolk Island) 12-3 7-7, Chan Chuen Poon (Macao China) bt Tom Rogers (Spain) 5-11 8-4 5-0, David Aitcheson (Fiji) bt Hirendra Bhartu (Canada) 9-7 6-5.
Rd.4: Ferguson bt Bazo 10-4 15-4, A Forsyth bt Aitcheson 8-5 12-5, Rogers bt Akar 10-6 6-10 4-0, R Forsyth bt Poon 9-8 10-7, Christian bt Bhartu 9-3 11-3, Rusli bt McGreal 15-2 4-10 5-4.
Current standings: Ferguson 12 points +40 shots, A Forsyth 9 +27, Aitcheson 9 +20, Rusli 9 +5, Christian 6 +7 (5 sets), Rogers 6 +6 (4 sets), Akar 6 +7 (3 sets), R Forsyth 6 -16, Bazo 3 -24 (4 sets), Poon 3-21 (2 sets), Bhartu 3 -24 (1 set), McGreal 0 -27.

Women:
Sec.1: Rd.3: Colleen Piketh (South Africa) bt Alice Birkinshaw (USA) 13-2 11-7, Midori Matsuoka (Japan) bt Sio Peng Chan (Macao China) 12-3 4-10 6-0, Val Smith (New Zealand) bt Ruparani Turki (India) 7-7 6-5, Emma Firyana Saroji (Malaysia) bt Bernice McGreal (Isle of Man) 12-6 5-10 3-1, Bec Van Asch (Australia) bt Loa Babona (Papua New Guinea) 13-5 13-6.
Rd.4: Van Asch bt Piketh 9-8 7-6, Smith bt McGreal 13-3 9-5, Turki bt Babona 11-5 9-8, Birkinshaw bt Chan 11-8 11-6, Matsuoka bt Saroji 8-5 4-10 5-0.
Current standings: Van Asch 12 points +41 shots, Smith 9 +20 (6 sets), Piketh 9 +23 (5 sets), Matsuoka 9 -8, Saroji 6 +30, Turki 6 +8, McGreal 3 +11, Birkinshaw 3 -29 (3 sets), Babona 3 -27 (1 set), Chan 0 -70.

Sec.2: Rd.3: Jo Edwards (New Zealand) bt Pricilla Westlake (Canada) 9-5 17-3, Kay Moran (Scotland) bt Li Li Leng (Singapore) 10-4 12-4, Lucy Beere (Guernsey) bt Danna Chiu (Hong Kong China) 11-6 9-7, Sharon Callus (Malta) bt Elizabeth Moceiwai (Fiji) 8-7 10-9.
Current standings: Moran 9 points +29 shots, Callus 6 +22, Edwards 6 +18, Beere 3 +14, Jones 3 +7, Leng 3 -21, Chiu 3 -14, Westlake 3 -41, Moceiwai 0 -14.

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