Netball at the 2006 Commonwealth Games

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Netball at the 2006 Commonwealth Games
at the 2006 Commonwealth Games
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Venue Melbourne, Australia
Dates 15–26 March 2006
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The 2006 Commonwealth Games was the third Games at which netball, one of the few women-only sports in the Commonwealth Games, was played. The preliminary matches were held at the State Netball and Hockey Centre in the Melbourne suburb of Parkville, with the finals being held at the multi-purpose Melbourne Park in the inner city.

Netball was among the most popular sports with viewers at this Games, with most tickets selling out in the initial ballot, and no more being available until a second release in the week before the Games - a rare event in a competition where many tickets remained unsold in the final week before the start of competition.

Netball medal count[edit]

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 New Zealand1001
2 Australia0101
3 England0011
Totals (3 nations)1113

Qualification[edit]

Countries that competed in the 2006 Commonwealth Games netball tournament.

Twelve teams qualified for the netball tournament. The host country, Australia, was granted automatic qualification. The top six world ranked netball countries (excluding the host country - New Zealand, Jamaica, England, South Africa, Samoa and Barbados) and one team from each of the IFNA's 5 regions - to be determined through regional qualifying tournaments conducted in accordance with the Rules and Regulations of IFNA.[1]

Means of qualification Date Venue Berths Qualified
Host nation 9 April 1999 1  Australia
IFNA rankings 2005 6  New Zealand
 Jamaica
 England
 South Africa
 Samoa
 Barbados
Americas Federation of Netball Associations Qualifying Tournament 2005  Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 1  Saint Vincent and the Grenadines[2]
2005 Asian Netball Championships September 2005  Singapore 1  Singapore[3]
Oceania Netball Federation Qualifying Tournament 2005 1  Fiji
Federation of European Netball Associations Qualifying Tournament 2005 1  Wales
Confederation of African Netball Associations Qualifying Tournament 2005 1  Malawi

Competition format[edit]

Twelve qualified nations were drawn into two groups, each consisting of six teams. Each game result merits a corresponding point:

Result Points
Win 2
Draw 1
Loss 0

The teams with the two highest points qualified for the knockout stage, which was a single-elimination tournament. The semifinal winners contested for the gold medal, while the losers played for the bronze medal.

Squads[edit]

Umpires[edit]

The IFNA named the following 13 umpires to officiate the netball games at the 2006 Commonwealth Games.[4]

  •  SCO Anne Abraitis
  •  ENG Bill Alexander
  •  NZL Bobbi Brown
  •  JAM Chris Campbell
  •  AUS Stacey Campton
  •  AUS Jacqui Jashari
  •  BAR Marion Johnson-Hurley
  •  AUS Sharon Kelly
  •  NZL Bronwyn Meek
  •  NZL Mandy Nottingham
  •  NZL Justine Osbourne
  •  AUS Michelle Phippard

Osbourne was later replaced with fellow New Zealander Pauline Sciascia.

Preliminary round[edit]

Group A[edit]

Qualified for the semifinals
Team
Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
 New Zealand 5 5 0 0 374 173 +201 10
 England 5 4 0 1 308 196 +112 8
 Malawi 5 3 0 2 262 282 -20 6
 South Africa 5 2 0 3 264 283 -19 4
 Fiji 5 1 0 4 228 293 -65 2
 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 5 0 0 5 171 380 -209 0
Friday 17 March
15:00 (UTC+11)
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Saint Vincent and the Grenadines  31–98  New Zealand    State Netball and Hockey Centre
Umpires: Bill Alexander (ENG), Jackie Jashari (AUS)
Reserve umpire: Michelle Phippard (AUS)
Scoring by quarter: 3-29, 12-22, 5-27, 11-20
Gordon Goals scored 27/34 (79%)
Christopher Goals scored 2/3 (67%)
Sandy Goals scored 2/4 (50%)
van Dyk Goals scored 48/49 (98%)
Tutaia Goals scored 24/26 (92%)
Colling Goals scored 18/21 (86%)
Tuki Goals scored 8/16 (50%)
Friday 17 March
18:30 (UTC+11)
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England  63–47  Malawi    State Netball and Hockey Centre
Umpires: Stacey Campton (AUS), Bronwyn Meek (NZL)
Reserve umpire: Carolene Logan (GBR)
Scoring by quarter: 20-11, 16-13, 14-12, 13-11
Dunn Goals scored 23/33 (70%)
Brownfield Goals scored 19/28 (68%)
Cookey Goals scored 13/14 (93%)
Teare Goals scored 8/12 (67%)
Magombo Goals scored 34/41 (83%)
Waya Goals scored 11/17 (65%)
Mopiha Goals scored 1/1 (100%)
Chawinga Goals scored 1/1 (100%)

Saturday 18 March
13:00 (UTC+11)
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England  60–41  Fiji    State Netball and Hockey Centre
Umpires: Chris Campbell (JAM), Bronwyn Meek (NZL)
Reserve umpire: Christine Robinson (AUS)
Scoring by quarter: 18-9, 15-9, 10-14, 17-9
Dunn Goals scored 30/36 (83%)
Cookey Goals scored 24/35 (69%)
Teare Goals scored 6/9 (67%)
Shaw Goals scored 24/30 (80%)
Rara Goals scored 17/23 (74%)
Saturday 18 March
20:30 (UTC+11)
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Malawi  57–56  South Africa    State Netball and Hockey Centre
Umpires: Anne Abraitis (GBR), Marion Johnson-Hurley (BAR)
Reserve umpire: Bill Alexander (ENG)
Scoring by quarter: 15-19, 12-16, 14-9, 16-12
Magombo Goals scored 30/36 (83%)
Waya Goals scored 27/31 (87%)
Gumede Goals scored 43/55 (78%)
Helmand Goals scored 13/18 (72%)

Sunday 19 March
15:00 (UTC+11)

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South Africa  80–34  Saint Vincent and the Grenadines    State Netball and Hockey Centre
Umpires: Sharon Kelly (AUS), Chris Campbell (JAM)
Reserve umpire: Pauline Sciascia (NZL)
Scoring by quarter: 15-10, 23-8, 19-8, 23-8
Gumede Goals scored 41/49 (84%)
Markgraaff Goals scored 31/41 (76%)
Helmand Goals scored 6/8 (75%)
Moabi Goals scored 2/2 (100%)
Gordon Goals scored 18/20 (90%)
Sandy Goals scored 9/13 (69%)
Christopher Goals scored 7/10 (70%)
Sunday 19 March
18:30 (UTC+11)
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New Zealand  80–26  Fiji    State Netball and Hockey Centre
Umpires: Marion Johnson-Hurley (BAR), Michelle Phippard (AUS)
Reserve umpire: Anne Abraitis (GBR)
Scoring by quarter: 17-7, 24-4, 17-8, 22-7
van Dyk Goals scored 32/35 (91%)
Tutaia Goals scored 32/38 (84%)
Tuki Goals scored 9/13 (69%)
Colling Goals scored 7/8 (88%)
Rara Goals scored 10/15 (67%)
Shaw Goals scored 9/12 (75%)
Tuisasa Goals scored 6/8 (75%)
Bereso Goals scored 1/4 (25%)

Monday 20 March
13:00 (UTC+11)

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Fiji  52–53  Malawi    State Netball and Hockey Centre
Umpires: Jackie Jashari (AUS), Bobbi Brown (NZL)
Reserve umpire: Sharon Kelly (AUS)
Scoring by quarter: 12-13, 15-12, 14-16, 11-12
Rara Goals scored 28/35 (80%)
Shaw Goals scored 24/27 (89%)
Magombo Goals scored 33/35 (94%)
Waya Goals scored 20/24 (83%)
Monday 20 March
18:30 (UTC+11)
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England  78–18  Saint Vincent and the Grenadines    State Netball and Hockey Centre
Umpires: Stacey Campton (AUS), Amanda Nottingham (NZL)
Reserve umpire: Carolene Logan (GBR)
Scoring by quarter: 20-6, 23-3, 19-6, 16-3
Brownfield Goals scored 26/30 (87%)
Teare Goals scored 16/20 (80%)
Dunn Goals scored 14/15 (93%)
Cookey Goals scored 13/17 (76%)
Agbeze Goals scored 9/17 (53%)
Christopher Goals scored 14/19 (74%)
Sandy Goals scored 2/5 (40%)
Gordon Goals scored 2/7 (29%)

Tuesday 21 March
13:00 (UTC+11)

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Saint Vincent and the Grenadines  44–66  Malawi    State Netball and Hockey Centre
Umpires: Michelle Phippard (AUS), Jacqui Jashari (AUS)
Reserve umpire: Amanda Nottingham (NZL)
Scoring by quarter: 8-19, 14-17, 9-14, 13-16
Gordon Goals scored 36/40 (90%)
Sandy Goals scored 5/8 (63%)
Lewis Goals scored 3/6 (50%)
Magombo Goals scored 48/50 (96%)
Mzagada Goals scored 15/19 (79%)
Waya Goals scored 3/4 (75%)
Tuesday 21 March
18:30 (UTC+11)
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New Zealand  74–37  South Africa    State Netball and Hockey Centre
Umpires: Carolene Logan (GBR), Chris Campbell (JAM)
Reserve umpire: Marion Johnson-Hurley (BAR)
Scoring by quarter: 23-11, 23-5, 14-11, 14-10
van Dyk Goals scored 44/48 (92%)
Colling Goals scored 16/21 (76%)
Tutaia Goals scored 14/19 (74%)
Gumede Goals scored 30/35 (86%)
Markgraaff Goals scored 6/8 (75%)
Helmand Goals scored 1/3 (33%)

Wednesday 22 March
15:00 (UTC+11)

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South Africa  56–51  Fiji    State Netball and Hockey Centre
Umpires: Michelle Phippard (AUS), Marion Johnson-Hurley (BAR)
Reserve umpire: Anne Abraitis (GBR)
Scoring by quarter: 14-7, 15-14, 12-12, 15-18
Gumede Goals scored 40/46 (87%)
Helmand Goals scored 10/13 (77%)
Markgraaff Goals scored 6/6 (100%)
Shaw Goals scored 29/35 (83%)
Rara Goals scored 20/23 (87%)
Bereso Goals scored 2/4 (50%)
Wednesday 22 March
20:30 (UTC+11)
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New Zealand  55–40  England    State Netball and Hockey Centre
Umpires: Sharon Kelly (AUS), Chris Campbell (JAM)
Reserve umpire: Jacqui Jashari (AUS)
Scoring by quarter: 15-9, 12-12, 15-10, 13-9
van Dyk Goals scored 46/49 (94%)
Colling Goals scored 9/12 (75%)
Brownfield Goals scored 17/18 (94%)
Cookey Goals scored 14/20 (70%)
Teare Goals scored 5/9 (56%)
Dunn Goals scored 4/5 (80%)

Thursday 23 March
11:00 (UTC+11)

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Fiji  58–44  Saint Vincent and the Grenadines    State Netball and Hockey Centre
Umpires: Bobbi Brown (NZL), Stacey Campton (AUS)
Reserve umpire: Pauline Sciascia (NZL)
Scoring by quarter: 13-10, 15-12, 16-11, 14-11
Shaw Goals scored 32/38 (84%)
Tuisasa Goals scored 26/28 (93%)
Gordon Goals scored 26/33 (79%)
Christopher Goals scored 15/16 (94%)
Sandy Goals scored 3/5 (60%)
Thursday 23 March
16:00 (UTC+11)

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Malawi  39–67  New Zealand    State Netball and Hockey Centre
Umpires: Bill Alexander (ENG), Anne Abraitis (GBR)
Reserve umpire: Marion Johnson-Hurley (BAR)
Scoring by quarter: 10-18, 7-19, 6-20, 16-10
Magombo Goals scored 36/42 (86%)
Mzagada Goals scored 2/4 (50%)
Chawinga Goals scored 1/2 (50%)
van Dyk Goals scored 38/43 (88%)
Tutaia Goals scored 19/21 (90%)
Colling Goals scored 6/6 (100%)
Tuki Goals scored 4/9 (44%)
Thursday 23 March
19:00 (UTC+11)
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South Africa  35–67  England    State Netball and Hockey Centre
Umpires: Pauline Sciascia (NZL), Michelle Phippard (AUS)
Reserve umpire: Stacey Campton (AUS)
Scoring by quarter: 8-17, 13-12, 8-18, 6-20
Gumede Goals scored 27/33 (82%)
Markgraaff Goals scored 6/9 (67%)
Helmand Goals scored 2/7 (29%)
Brownfield Goals scored 47/53 (89%)
Teare Goals scored 12/17 (71%)
Cookey Goals scored 8/10 (80%)

Group B[edit]

Qualified for the semifinals
Team
Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
 Australia 5 4 1 0 387 169 +218 9
 Jamaica 5 4 1 0 324 174 +150 9
 Samoa 5 3 0 2 264 254 +10 6
 Wales 5 2 0 3 185 271 -86 4
 Barbados 5 2 0 3 183 279 -96 4
 Singapore 5 0 0 5 150 346 -196 0
Friday 17 March
13:00 (UTC+11)

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Jamaica  67–22  Singapore    State Netball and Hockey Centre
Umpires: Sharon Kelly (AUS), Marion Johnson-Hurley (BAR)
Reserve umpire: Amanda Nottingham (NZL)
Scoring by quarter: 19-7, 15-8, 18-5, 15-2
Davis Goals scored 25/32 (78%)
Thomas Goals scored 23/26 (88%)
Forbes Goals scored 11/14 (79%)
Ffrench Goals scored 8/10 (80%)
Tan Goals scored 10/14 (71%)
Li Goals scored 7/10 (70%)
Chen Goals scored 3/5 (60%)
Heng Goals scored 2/5 (40%)
Friday 17 March
20:30 (UTC+11)
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Wales  22–78  Australia    State Netball and Hockey Centre
Umpires: Pauline Sciascia (NZL), Chris Campbell (JAM)
Reserve umpire: Bobbi Brown (NZL)
Scoring by quarter: 4-17, 7-22, 7-19, 4-20
James Goals scored 13/22 (59%)
Ace Goals scored 5/9 (56%)
Lewis Goals scored 3/7 (43%)
Abbott Goals scored 1/3 (33%)
Pratley Goals scored 25/27 (93%)
McMahon Goals scored 20/20 (100%)
Cox Goals scored 20/28 (71%)
Anderson-Dehn Goals scored 13/16 (81%)

Saturday 18 March
15:00 (UTC+11)

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Singapore  33–76  Samoa    State Netball and Hockey Centre
Umpires: Michelle Phippard (AUS), Carolene Logan (GBR)
Reserve umpire: Jacqui Jashari (AUS)
Scoring by quarter: 6-21, 10-18, 9-16, 8-21
Heng Goals scored 12/15 (80%)
Li Goals scored 9/11 (82%)
Tan Goals scored 8/8 (100%)
Chan Goals scored 2/2 (100%)
Chen Goals scored 2/4 (50%)
Latu Goals scored 44/51 (86%)
Fuimaono Goals scored 15/16 (94%)
Fa'asavalu Goals scored 13/17 (76%)
Vaai Goals scored 3/7 (43%)
Tofilau Goals scored 1/1 (100%)
Saturday 18 March
18:30 (UTC+11)
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Jamaica  69–30  Barbados    State Netball and Hockey Centre
Umpires: Bobbi Brown (NZL), Sharon Kelly (AUS)
Reserve umpire: Stacey Campton (AUS)
Scoring by quarter: 22-5, 18-5, 15-9, 14-11
Thomas Goals scored 25/32 (78%)
Davis Goals scored 22/28 (79%)
Forbes Goals scored 22/30 (73%)
Bishop Goals scored 18/26 (69%)
Browne Goals scored 12/18 (67%)

Sunday 19 March
13:00 (UTC+11)
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Australia  70–27  Barbados    State Netball and Hockey Centre
Umpires: Bronwyn Meek (NZL), Bill Alexander (ENG)
Reserve umpire: Bobbi Brown (NZL)
Scoring by quarter: 22-6, 16-6, 15-10, 17-5
Cox Goals scored 30/37 (81%)
Pratley Goals scored 20/21 (95%)
McMahon Goals scored 15/17 (88%)
Anderson-Dehn Goals scored 5/9 (56%)
Bishop Goals scored 14/23 (61%)
Browne Goals scored 13/15 (87%)
Sunday 19 March
20:30 (UTC+11)
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Samoa  49–42  Wales    State Netball and Hockey Centre
Umpires: Stacey Campton (AUS), Amanda Nottingham (NZL)
Reserve umpire: Jacqui Jashari (AUS)
Scoring by quarter: 17-10, 9-15, 12-7, 11-10
Latu Goals scored 40/44 (91%)
Fa'asavalu Goals scored 9/16 (56%)
Aloma Inu Goals scored 0/1 (0%)
James Goals scored 31/41 (76%)
Evans Goals scored 11/18 (61%)

Monday 20 March
15:00 (UTC+11)
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Jamaica  74–21  Wales    State Netball and Hockey Centre
Umpires: Anne Abraitis (GBR), Pauline Sciascia (NZL)
Reserve umpire: Marion Johnson-Hurley (BAR)
Scoring by quarter: 21-2, 22-4, 15-7, 16-8
Davis Goals scored 46/56 (82%)
Forbes Goals scored 24/26 (92%)
Ffrench Goals scored 4/5 (80%)
James Goals scored 16/24 (67%)
Lewis Goals scored 4/6 (67%)
Abbott Goals scored 1/1 (100%)
Monday 20 March
20:30 (UTC+11)

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Barbados  51–40  Singapore    State Netball and Hockey Centre
Umpires: Bronwyn Meek (NZL), Michelle Phippard (AUS)
Reserve umpire: Bill Alexander (ENG)
Scoring by quarter: 7-14, 15-9, 17-8, 12-9
Browne Goals scored 37/40 (93%)
Bishop Goals scored 14/20 (70%)
Tan Goals scored 22/32 (69%)
Li Goals scored 14/19 (74%)
Heng Goals scored 4/7 (57%)

Tuesday 21 March
15:00 (UTC+11)
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Australia  78–47  Samoa    State Netball and Hockey Centre
Umpires: Anne Abraitis (GBR), Bobbi Brown (NZL)
Reserve umpire: Pauline Sciascia (NZL)
Scoring by quarter: 23-9, 23-14, 14-11, 18-13
Pratley Goals scored 28/30 (93%)
Cox Goals scored 20/25 (80%)
McMahon Goals scored 18/20 (90%)
Anderson-Dehn Goals scored 12/13 (92%)
Fuimaono Goals scored 27/36 (75%)
Fa'asavalu Goals scored 13/21 (62%)
Latu Goals scored 7/10 (70%)
Tuesday 21 March
20:30 (UTC+11)

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Wales  45–36  Singapore    State Netball and Hockey Centre
Umpires: Bill Alexander (ENG), Stacey Campton (AUS)
Reserve umpire: Sharon Kelly (AUS)
Scoring by quarter: 11-8, 12-6, 13-8, 9-14
Ace Goals scored 22/30 (73%)
James Goals scored 13/19 (68%)
Abbott Goals scored 10/20 (50%)
Lewis Goals scored 0/1 (0%)
Tan Goals scored 24/31 (77%)
Heng Goals scored 11/13 (85%)
Li Goals scored 1/7 (14%)

Wednesday 22 March
13:00 (UTC+11)

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Samoa  45–41  Barbados    State Netball and Hockey Centre
Umpires: Stacey Campton (AUS), Pauline Sciascia (NZL)
Reserve umpire: Carolene Logan (GBR)
Scoring by quarter: 13-9, 13-7, 12-14, 8-11
Fuimaono Goals scored 28/41 (68%)
Fa'asavalu Goals scored 17/23 (74%)
Bishop Goals scored 27/33 (82%)
Blackman Goals scored 7/8 (88%)
Browne Goals scored 7/11 (64%)
Wednesday 22 March
18:30 (UTC+11)
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Australia  54–54  Jamaica    State Netball and Hockey Centre
Umpires: Bronwyn Meek (NZL), Amanda Nottingham (NZL)
Reserve umpire: Bobbi Brown (NZL)
Scoring by quarter: 16-11, 11-13, 16-10, 11-20
McMahon Goals scored 27/33 (82%)
Pratley Goals scored 14/18 (78%)
Cox Goals scored 13/17 (76%)
Davis Goals scored 37/40 (93%)
Forbes Goals scored 17/19 (89%)

Thursday 23 March
09:00 (UTC+11)

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Barbados  34–55  Wales    State Netball and Hockey Centre
Umpires: Jacqui Jashari (AUS), Sharon Kelly (AUS)
Reserve umpire: Chris Campbell (JAM)
Scoring by quarter: 8-15, 8-13, 9-13, 9-14
Bishop Goals scored 21/24 (88%)
Blackman Goals scored 8/15 (53%)
Browne Goals scored 5/5 (100%)
James Goals scored 38/43 (88%)
Ace Goals scored 17/28 (61%)
Thursday 23 March
14:00 (UTC+11)
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Singapore  19–107  Australia    State Netball and Hockey Centre
Umpires: Carolene Logan (GBR), Chris Campbell (JAM)
Reserve umpire: Bronwyn Meek (NZL)
Scoring by quarter: 4-25, 4-28, 4-26, 7-28
Tan Goals scored 9/18 (50%)
Heng Goals scored 5/9 (56%)
Li Goals scored 4/5 (80%)
Chen Goals scored 1/2 (50%)
Tan Goals scored 0/1 (0%)
Cox Goals scored 44/51 (86%)
Anderson-Dehn Goals scored 35/42 (83%)
McMahon Goals scored 17/20 (85%)
Pratley Goals scored 11/11 (100%)
Thursday 23 March
21:00 (UTC+11)
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Samoa  47–60  Jamaica    State Netball and Hockey Centre
Umpires: Bronwyn Meek (NZL), Marion Johnson-Hurley (BAR)
Reserve umpire: Amanda Nottingham (NZL)
Scoring by quarter: 13-19, 13-16, 14-12, 7-13
Latu Goals scored 45/49 (92%)
Fa'asavalu Goals scored 2/6 (33%)
Davis Goals scored 43/46 (93%)
Forbes Goals scored 17/18 (94%)

Classification[edit]

Eleventh place game[edit]

Friday 24 March
13:00 (UTC+11)

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Singapore  46–52  Saint Vincent and the Grenadines    State Netball and Hockey Centre
Umpires: Chris Campbell (JAM), Marion Johnson-Hurley (BAR)
Reserve umpire: Carolene Logan (GBR)
Scoring by quarter: 15-12, 10-10, 13-15, 8-15
Tan Goals scored 30/50 (60%)
Heng Goals scored 9/15 (60%)
Li Goals scored 7/9 (78%)
Gordon Goals scored 27/32 (84%)
Christopher Goals scored 22/23 (96%)
Sandy Goals scored 3/4 (75%)

Ninth place game[edit]

Friday 24 March
18:30 (UTC+11)
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Fiji  69–45  Barbados    State Netball and Hockey Centre
Umpires: Amanda Nottingham (NZL), Jacqui Jashari (AUS)
Reserve umpire: Bill Alexander (ENG)
Scoring by quarter: 17-10, 17-6, 18-15, 17-14
Rara Goals scored 50/55 (91%)
Shaw Goals scored 19/24 (79%)
Bishop Goals scored 24/31 (77%)
Agard-Belgrave Goals scored 16/20 (80%)
Browne Goals scored 4/5 (80%)
Alleyn Goals scored 1/1 (100%)

Seventh place game[edit]

Friday 24 March
15:00 (UTC+11)

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South Africa  46–43  Wales    State Netball and Hockey Centre
Umpires: Chris Campbell (JAM), Bobbi Brown (NZL)
Reserve umpire: Anne Abraitis (GBR)
Scoring by quarter: 11-15, 11-10, 12-9, 12-9
Markgraaff Goals scored 28/38 (74%)
Gumede Goals scored 11/11 (100%)
Helmand Goals scored 6/12 (50%)
Moabi Goals scored 1/1 (100%)
James Goals scored 31/41 (76%)
Ace Goals scored 12/19 (63%)

Fifth place game[edit]

Friday 24 March
20:30 (UTC+11)
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Samoa  53–50  Malawi    State Netball and Hockey Centre
Umpires: Michelle Phippard (AUS), Pauline Sciascia (NZL)
Reserve umpire: Stacey Campton (AUS)
Scoring by quarter: 16-8, 12-15, 17-11, 8-16
Fuimaono Goals scored 43/52 (83%)
Fa'asavalu Goals scored 10/15 (67%)
Magombo Goals scored 44/50 (88%)
Mzagada Goals scored 3/3 (100%)
Chawinga Goals scored 3/10 (30%)

Knockout round[edit]

  Semifinals     Final
                 
  A1  New Zealand 61  
  B2  Jamaica 41    
      A1  New Zealand 60
      B1  Australia 55
  B1  Australia 52    
  A2  England 40   Bronze medal game
 
A2  England 53
  B2  Jamaica 52

Semifinals[edit]

Saturday 25 March
18:30 (UTC+11)
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New Zealand  61–41  Jamaica    Melbourne Multi Purpose Venue
Umpires: Sharon Kelly (AUS), Michelle Phippard (AUS)
Reserve umpire: Jacqui Jashari (AUS)
Scoring by quarter: 18-7, 14-10, 16-11, 13-13
van Dyk Goals scored 48/51 (94%)
Colling Goals scored 10/14 (71%)
Tutaia Goals scored 3/5 (60%)
Davis Goals scored 27/31 (87%)
Forbes Goals scored 14/18 (78%)
Saturday 25 March
20:30 (UTC+11)
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Australia  52–40  England    Melbourne Multi Purpose Venue
Umpires: Amanda Nottingham (NZL), Chris Campbell (JAM)
Reserve umpire: Bronwyn Meek (NZL)
Scoring by quarter: 14-8, 11-9, 10-7, 17-16
McMahon Goals scored 27/31 (87%)
Pratley Goals scored 15/18 (83%)
Cox Goals scored 10/14 (71%)
Teare Goals scored 15/24 (63%)
Brownfield Goals scored 9/14 (64%)
Cookey Goals scored 9/15 (60%)
Dunn Goals scored 7/11 (64%)

Bronze medal match[edit]

Sunday 26 March
14:00 (UTC+11)
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Jamaica  52–53  England    Melbourne Multi Purpose Venue
Umpires: Sharon Kelly (AUS), Amanda Nottingham (NZL)
Reserve umpire: Michelle Phippard (AUS)
Scoring by quarter: 18-10, 11-12, 11-16, 12-15
Davis Goals scored 46/52 (88%)
Forbes Goals scored 6/9 (67%)
Teare Goals scored 30/36 (83%)
Cookey Goals scored 17/29 (59%)
Dunn Goals scored 6/10 (60%)

2006

Gold medal game[edit]

Sunday 26 March
16:00 (UTC+11)
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New Zealand  60–55  Australia    Melbourne Multi Purpose Venue
Umpires: Chris Campbell (JAM), Marion Johnson-Hurley (BAR)
Reserve umpire: Bill Alexander (ENGS)
Scoring by quarter: 19-14, 17-15, 10-12, 14-14
van Dyk Goals scored 44/49 (90%)
Colling Goals scored 16/18 (89%)
Cox Goals scored 31/38 (82%)
McMahon Goals scored 22/28 (79%)
Pratley Goals scored 2/2 (100%)

2006

Statistical leaders[edit]

Team tournament highs[edit]

Key: Rk - Rank, MP - Matches Played, SUS - Suspended Player, S - Success, A - Attempt, % - Goaling Percentage, MPW - Match Play Winner, INT - Intercept, DEF - Deflection, REA - Rebound Attack, RED - Rebound Defense, CON - Contact, OBS - Obstruction, STP - Stepping, BP - Bad Pass, HB - Held Ball, BCP - Breaking Centre Pass, OGE - Opposition Goal from Error

Individual tournament highs[edit]

Key: Rk - Rank, MP - Matches Played, SUS - Suspended Player, S - Success, A - Attempt, % - Goaling Percentage, MPW - Match Play Winner, INT - Intercept, DEF - Deflection, REA - Rebound Attack, RED - Rebound Defense

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Commonwealth Games Melbourne, 2006". IFNA. 9 December 2005. Archived from the original on 15 October 2012. Retrieved 15 October 2012.
  2. ^ "Preparing for the Commonwealth Games". SVGNOC. 26 August 2005. Retrieved 15 October 2012.
  3. ^ "Singapore Commonwealth Team Announced". IFNA. 19 February 2006. Archived from the original on 15 October 2012. Retrieved 26 September 2012.
  4. ^ "Umpires to Officiate Commonwealth Games 2006". IFNA. 15 March 2006. Archived from the original on 15 October 2012. Retrieved 15 October 2012.
  5. ^ a b c d e "Team statistics". Melbourne 2006 Commonwealth Games Corporation. March 2006. Retrieved 14 October 2012.
  6. ^ a b c d "Individual statistics". Melbourne 2006 Commonwealth Games Corporation. March 2006. Retrieved 14 October 2012.

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