The final day featured four lunchtime playoff matches, with finishing positions up for grabs.
5th/6th : FRANCE 1-2 HONG KONG, CHINA
Melissa Alves 0-3 Chan Sin Yuk 6-11, 9-11, 9-11 (22m)
Camille Serme 3-0 Lee Ka Yi 11-5, 11-1, 11-7 (22m)
Enora Villard 1-3 Tong Tsz-Wing 6-11, 3-11, 11-6, 10-12 (45m)
France and Hong Kong China, having lost in the quarters but won in yesterday’s 5/8 semis, faced off for fifth place, and it was Hong Kong who took early advantage as Chan Sin Yuk beat Melissa Alves in straight games.
Camille Serme levelled things for France, but it was a delighted Tong Tsz Wing who held off a comeback from Enora Villard to clinch fifth spot for the HK team.
Canada beat Scotland 2-0 to claim 7th spot as Hollie Naughton and Nicole Bunyan both won competitive matches.
7th/8th : SCOTLAND 0-2 CANADA
Georgia Adderley 0-3 Hollie Naughton 5-11, 12-14, 7-11 (32m)
Alison Thomson 1-3 Nicole Bunyan 11-13, 11-7, 8-11, 3-11 (41m)
Katriona Allen v Sam Cornett w/d
After a couple of days off, Wales and Germany resumed action in the 13th/14th match, with Germany coming from one down to take the tie. Katerina Tycova‘s win to keep Germany in the match was the longest of the tournament to date !
13th/14th : WALES 1-2 GERMANY
Emily Whitlock 3-0 Saskia Beinhard 11-3, 11-3, 11-2 (25m)
Lowri Roberts 2-3 Katerina Tycova 15-13, 11-8, 15-17, 3-11, 8-11 (57m)
Elin Harlow 0-3 Maya Weisher 5-11, 8-11, 4-11 (21m)
Finland and Ukraine met in the final 15/17 Round Robin match with the Finns easing to victory to finish 15th with debutants Ukraine 16th.
15th/16th : FINLAND 3-0 UKRAINE
Emilia Soini 3-0 Anastasiia Kostiukova 11-0, 11-3, 11-0 (19m)
Emilia Korhonen 3-0 Milena Velychko 11-4, 11-2, 11-9 (17m)
Riina Koskinen 2-0 Anastasiia Krykun 11-7, 11-4 (18m)