FINALS DAY 2014 – England are the Champions

The last day  at White Oaks, with all the finishing positions to be decided including the all-important final …

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The FINAL

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Appearing in their eleventh straight final, England won their seventh Women’s World Team title with a 2-1 victory over Malaysia.

Sarah-Jane Perry got England off to a great start with a 3-0 win but world number one Nicol David responded to set up a decider, which Alison Waters took in four games to give England the title – their first since Edmonton 2006, also in Canada.

 FINAL: England 2-1 Malaysia

#3: Sarah-Jane Perry 3-0 Delia Arnold   11-8, 11-9, 11-7 (44m)
#1: Laura Massaro 0-3 Nicol David  8-11, 9-11, 3-11 (44m)
#2: Alison Waters v Low Wee Wern  11-8, 11-7, 8-11, 11-4 (69m)

FULL FINALS DAY REPORTS

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Playoff Matches

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3rd/4th: Egypt 2-0 Hong Kong  Report & Quotes

5th/6th:   USA 2-0 France   results & photos

7th/8th:  Australia 2-0 Ireland
9th/10th: Wales 2-1 New Zealand
11th/12th:  Canada 2-0 South Africa
13th/14th: Mexico 2-0 India
15th/16th:  Germany 2-0 Colombia
17th-20th: Spain 3-0 Guatemala   Spain 17th, Guatemala 20th
17th-20th: China 2-1 Austria      China 18th, Austria 19th

RESULTS REPORTS/BLOG PHOTOSSTREAMING

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Semi-Finals

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Full Reports / Quotes / Photos from the semi-finals

Full Reports / Quotes / Photos from the quarters

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