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2006 Women's World Team Squash Championships

Women's World Team 2006
15th WSF World Women's Team Championship
Location  Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Date(s) September 24 - 30, 2006
Teams 16 (from all the 5 confederations)
Website
/2006womensworlds.casquash
Results
Champions England
Runners-up Egypt
Third place Malaysia
← 2004 2008 →

The 2006 Women's World Team Squash Championships is the women's edition of the 2006 World Squash Federation and Squash Canada. The England team won his sixth World Team Championships beating the Egyptian team in the final.

Contents

  • Participating teams 1
  • Seeds 2
  • Squads 3
  • Group stage results 4
    • Pool A 4.1
    • Pool B 4.2
    • Pool C 4.3
    • Pool D 4.4
  • Finals 5
    • Draw 5.1
    • Results 5.2
      • Quarter Finals 5.2.1
      • Semi Finals 5.2.2
      • Final 5.2.3
  • Post-tournament team ranking 6
  • See also 7
  • References 8
  • External links 9

Participating teams

A total of 16 teams competed from all the five confederations: Africa, America, Asia, Europe and Oceania.

Africa
(SFA)
America
(FPS)
Asia
(ASF)
Europe
(ESF)
Oceania
(OSF)
Map
 Egypt
 South Africa
 Canada (Host Country)
 United States
 Hong Kong
 Japan
 Malaysia
 Austria
 England
 France
 Germany
 Ireland
 Netherlands
 Spain
 Australia (Title Holder)
 New Zealand
Map of the participating nations

Seeds

  1. England (Champion)
  2. Egypt (Final)
  3. Malaysia (Semifinals)
  4. Netherlands (Semifinals)
  5. Australia (Quarterfinals)
  6. New Zealand (Quarterfinals)
  7. Canada (First Round)
  8. Hong Kong (First Round)

Squads

Group stage results

Finals

Draw

  Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
                                       
  1   England 3 3 2  
6   New Zealand 1 0 0  
  1   England 3 3 2  
  4   Netherlands 0 2 0  
4   Netherlands 3 3 2
    Ireland 1 0 0  
    1   England 3 3
  2   Egypt 2 0
    France 0 0 0  
3   Malaysia 3 3 2  
3   Malaysia 3 0 0
  2   Egypt 0 3 3  
  South Africa 1 0 0
  2   Egypt 3 3 2  

Note: The third match of the final was not played as the result was clarified.

Third place match
4 Netherlands 3 0 0
3 Malaysia 0 3 3

Results

Quarter Finals

Semi Finals

Final


England
2
FINAL
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
30 September 2006
Glass Court

Egypt
0
1 2 3 4 5
1
N°2 Vicky Botwright
N°2 Engy Kheirallah
9
3
8
10
4
9
9
7
9
2
 
2
N°1 Tania Bailey
N°1 Omneya Abdel Kawy
9
2
9
2
2
0
     
3
N°3 Jenny Duncalf
N°3 Raneem El Weleily
           

[1]

 2006 WSF World Team Championship 

England
6th title
Team
Tania Bailey - Vicky Botwright - Jenny Duncalf - Alison Waters

Post-tournament team ranking

See also

References

  1. ^ http://www.squashsite.co.uk/womens_world_teams.htm

External links

  • Women's World Team Squash Championships 2006 Official Website
  • Women's World Team Squash Championships 2006 SquashSite Website
Preceded by
Netherlands (Amsterdam)
2004
Squash World Team
Canada (Edmonton)

2006
Succeeded by
Egypt (Cairo)
2008
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