2018 World Champion of Champion Singles play offs

In a few hours elimination rounds will take place at the 2018 World Champion of Champion Singles in Australia.

 

Ejoy Redzuan (Malaysia) faces Clive McGreal (IMO), with the winner facing Shannon McIlroy (NZ) in the semi final at 2pm local time.

Tony Cheung (HKC) plays Martyn Rice (SCO), with the winner pitted against Lee Schraner (AUS).

In the women’s event, Tammy Tham (SIN) plays Anne Nunes (USA). The winner plays Jo Edwards (NZL).

Dee Hoggan (SCO) will play Marietjie van den Bergh (NAM) with the winner facing Alayni Jamil (MAS).

These games will take place at 10am local time (11pm UK time), with the finals at 2pm.

 

 

Day 5 Results:

Men:
Sec.1: Rd.12: Tony Cheung (HKC) bt Clive McGreal (IOM) 10-8 8-8, Surend Prasad (FIJ) bt Ralph Goodliffe (ARG) 6-9 7-6 3-2, Shannon McIlroy (NZL) bt Ozkan Akar (TUR) 11-7 6-11 7-0, Todd Priaulx (GUE) bt Mark Wilson (IRE) 7-7 13-5, Noam Yehudai (ISR) bt Will Esterhuizen (NAM) 3-14 6-5 2-1, Jerome Kirby (CAN) bt Hank Satoh (JPN) 9-5 9-6.
Rd.13: Wattana Kadkhunthod (THA) bt Esterhuizen 9-8 8-11 2-1; Yehudai bt Goodliffe 9-7 9-5; Cheung bt Prasad 7-6 6-9 3-1; Wilson bt Kirby 3- 12 20-1 5-4; Akar bt Satoh 12-3 18-2, McGreal bt Priaulx 9-5 7-5.
Final standings: McIlroy 36 points, 21 sets, +120 shots; Cheung 30, 16, +49; McGreal 24, 13, +4; Esterhuizen 21, 14, +61; Akar 21, 14, +41; Priaulx 21, 12, +22; Wilson 21, 12, +68; Kadkhunthod 18, 12, +29; Yehudai 18, 10, -40; Kirby 15, 10, -45; Satoh 6, 5, -80; Prasad 3, 3, -78; Goodliffe 0, 2, -161
Section 2: Rd.12: Wayne Rittmuller (RSA) bt Avala Savanlinaea (SAM) 8-5 16-4, Martyn Rice (SCO) bt Joseph Nthobelang (BOT) 10-6 8-7, Ejoy Redzuan (MAS) bt Zoltan Pavelka (HUN) 8-8 11-2, Teddy Evans (NFK) bt Su Hong Lam (MAC) 8-7 10-6, Lee Schraner (AUS) bt Roger Jones (WAL) 10-3 10-5, Thomas Schneiter (SUI) bt Aaron Chilundo (ZIM) 6-9 9-8 3-0, Charlie Herbert (USA) bt Brian Robertson (ESP) 13-3 17-2.
Rd.13: Lam bt Jones 4-9 11-4 2-1, Chilundo bt Robertson 8-6 14-9, Redzuan bt Nthobelang 15-5 7-4, Evans bt Pavelka 12-6 8-7, Herbert bt Rice 10-7 11-10, Rittmuller bt Schneiter 10-7 19-0, Schraner bt Savanlinaea 13-6 14-7.
Final standings: Schraner 36 points, 23 sets, +211; Rice 30, 18, +99; Redzuan 30, 15, +78; Rittmuller 27, 18, +92; Herbert 27, 17, +87, Jones 24, 18, +91; Lam 21, 11, -19; Chilundo 15, 13, +17; Evans 15, 11, -42; Nthobelang 15, 10, -33; Schneiter 15, 6, -163; Robertson 9, 7, -100, Savanlinaea 6, 3, -164; Pavelka 3, 4, -156.

Women:
Section 1: Rd.12: Tammy Tham (SIN) bt Rahsan Akar (TUR) 9-2 9-4, Alicia Olaverria (ARG) bt Deliwe Kitsiso (BOT) 11-7 5-7 4-2, Shirley Ko (HKC) bt Mary Wright (CAN) 7-5 8-8, Leone Du Rand (RSA) bt Ursula Gripper (ZIM) 13-3 9-6, Jean Holmes (JER) bt Dee Hoggan (SCO) 7-6 10-6, Jo Edwards (NZL) bt Colleen Orr (AUS) 9-8 13-2.
Rd.13: Kirsty Richards (ENG) bt Orr 13-6 5-6 3-1, Wright bt Kitsiso 8-5 4-12 4-1, Hoggan bt Du Rand 6-4 3-6 2-1, Olaverria bt Holmes 8-3 8-7, Tham bt Gripper 13-4 15-4, Edwards bt Akar 9-6 10-4.
Final standings: Edwards 33 points, 20 sets, +173 shots; Tham 30, 17, +118; Hoggan 27, 18, +127; Orr 27, 17, +53; Du Rand 24, 16, +75; Richards 24, 12, +14; Ko 6, 11, -46; Gripper 12, 6, -98; Wright 9, 8, -36; Olaverria 9, 7, -119; Akar 9, 4, -111; Holmes 6, 6, -64; Kitsiso 6, 6, -86.
Section 2: Rd.12: Alyani Jamil (MAS) bt Ruthy Gilor (ISR) 14-2 14-4, Carmen Anderson (NFK) bt Litia Tikoisuva (FIJ) 6-6 21-1, Marietjie van den Bergh (NAM) bt Caroline Lehmann (SUI) 18-1 11-2, Sue Bryant (THA) bt Judith Wason (WAL) 6-8 15-1 5-0, Alicia Weir (IRE) bt Hazel Bagshaw (CYP) 11-6 7-5, Janice Pilling (IOM) bt Hilda Tam (MAC) 8-7 8-8.
Rd.13: Anne Nunes (USA) bt Lehmann 11-2 8-4, Jamil bt Pilling 11-7 10-7, Wason bt Anderson 10-6 2-14 3-2, Gilor bt Weir 6-7 8-5 2-1, Van den Bergh bt Bagshaw 16-0 8-7, Tikoisuva bt Tam 9-8 14-4.
Final standings: Jamil 33 points, 22 sets, +138 shots; Van den Bergh 30, 16, +76; Nunes 8, 15, +41; Anderson 24, 14, +112; Bryant 24, 12, +20; Tikoisuva 21, 13, +14; Gilor 21, 13, +14; Weir 18, 15, +17; Wason 15, 10, -40; Pilling 9, 6, -+35; Tam 9, 4, -67; Bagshaw 6, 6, -113; Lehmann 0, 3, -195.

 

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