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Day 10 results;
Women’s Triples, Quarter Finals, Australia 20 defeated South Africa 13, Ireland 19 defeated England 18, New Zealand 14 defeated Malaysia 13, Canada 20 defeated India 9. Semi Final, Australia 14 defeated Ireland 13, New Zealand 20 defeated Canada 9.
Gold Medal game tomorrow Australia, Dawn Hayman, Lynsey Clarke, Kelsey Cottrell vs New Zealand, Leeane Poulson, Tayla Bruce, Val Smith. Bronze play off Ireland, Sophie McIntyre, Shauna O’Neill, Chloe Wilson vs Canada, Joanna Cooper, Baylee Van Steijn, Emma Boyd.
Women’s Pairs, Quarter Finals, Malta 20 defeated Norfolk Island 9, England 17 defeated Wales 14, Scotland 17 defeated New Zealand 16, Malaysia 16 defeated Ireland 14. Semi Finals, Malta 20 defeated England 7, Malaysia 17 defeated Scotland 10.
Gold Medal game tomorrow Malta, Rebecca Rixon, Connie Rixon vs Malaysia, Nur Ain Nabilah Tarmizi, Aleena Ahmad Nawawi.
Very exciting game as the Rixon pair could potentially make history with their countries first gold in this event and Malaysia fight to win a gold medal since 2008.
Men’s Fours, Quarter Finals, New Zealand 14 defeated Hong Kong China 12, Scotland 20 defeated Cook Islands 12, Australia 15 defeated United States of America 11, Ireland 16 defeated Wales 10. Semi Final, Scotland 18 defeated New Zealand 8, Australia 17 defeated Ireland 9.
Gold Medal game tomorrow Scotland, Jason Banks, Derek Oliver, Paul Foster MBE, Alex Marshall MBE vs Australia, Corey Wedlock, Aaron Teys, Carl Healey, Aron Sherriff. Bronze medal playoff New Zealand, Tony Grantham, Chris Le Lievre, Lance Pascoe, Sheidon Bagrie-Howley vs Ireland, Stuart Bennett, Adam McKeown, Ian McClure, Martin McHugh.
Men’s Singles, Sectional Results: Sect 1, Ireland, Gary Kelly 10 wins, 1 bye, New Zealand, Andrew Kelly 9 wins, 1 loss, 1 bye. Sect 2, England,Sam Tolchard 10 wins, 1 bye. Sect 3, Malaysia, Izzat Schameer Dzulkeple 9 wins, 2 byes, Scotland, Ian McLean 8 wins, 1 loss, 2 byes. Sect 4, Australia, Aaron Wilson 9 wins, Hong Kong China, Tony Cheung, 8 wins 1 loss.
Quarter Final, Ireland, Gary Kelly vs Hong Kong China, tony Cheung. Australia, Aaron Wilson vs New Zealand, Andrew Kelly, England Sam Tolchard vs Scotland, Ian McLean. Malaysia, Izzat Sharneer Dzulkeple vs Canada, Ryan Bester.
Don’t miss any of the Gold Medal action tomorrow Day 11. Live Streaming and Live Scoring links below.