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Federation of International Lacrosse | Women’s World Lacrosse Cup 2017

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Surrey Sports Park, England, 12-22 July 2017

 

Final Standings

 

Place Country
1 United States of America
2 Canada
3 England
4 Australia
5 Scotland
6 Israel
7 Wales
8 New Zealand
9 Japan
10 Czech Republic
11 Italy
12 Haudenosaunee
13 Ireland
14 Germany
15 Korea
16 Netherlands
17 Latvia
18 Hong Kong
19 Switzerland
20 Mexico
21 Sweden
22 China
23 Spain
24 Colombia
25 Belgium

 

Pool Stage Tables

 

P W T L F A Pts
Pool A
USA 5 5 0 0 86 21 10
Canada 5 4 0 1 46 41 8
Australia 5 3 0 2 57 34 6
England 5 2 0 3 37 48 4
Wales 5 1 0 4 33 58 2
Scotland 5 0 0 5 22 79 0
Pool B
Haudenosaunee 4 4 0 0 57 23 8
Italy 4 3 0 1 42 36 6
Korea 4 2 0 2 39 38 4
Hong Kong 4 1 0 3 28 40 2
Switzerland 4 0 0 4 15 44 0
Pool C
Israel 4 4 0 0 69 11 8
Czech Republic 4 3 0 1 67 22 6
Netherlands 4 2 0 2 48 35 4
Belgium 4 1 0 3 27 62 2
China 4 0 0 4 5 86 0
Pool D
Japan 4 4 0 0 86 11 8
Germany 4 3 0 1 53 17 6
Latvia 4 2 0 2 19 45 4
Mexico 4 1 0 3 16 57 2
Spain 4 0 0 4 17 61 0
Pool E
New Zealand 3 3 0 0 52 9 6
Ireland 3 2 0 1 43 15 4
Sweden 3 1 0 2 20 43 2
Colombia 3 0 0 3 5 53 0

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Pool Stage Results

 

Date Team 1 Team 2
Pool A
12.07.2017 England 12 Wales 6
13.07.2017 USA 19 Scotland 3
13.07.2017 Canada 9 Australia 5
14.07.2017 Wales 6 Canada 10
14.07.2017 Australia 8 USA 15
14.07.2017 Scotland 3 England 14
15.07.2017 Australia 12 Wales 4
15.07.2017 Canada 16 Scotland 7
15.07.2017 England 1 USA 18
16.07.2017 Wales 11 Scotland 7
16.07.2017 Australia 13 England 4
16.07.2017 USA 17 Canada 3
18.07.2017 Scotland 2 Australia 19
18.07.2017 England 6 Canada 8
18.07.2017 USA 17 Wales 6
Pool B
13.07.2017 Hong Kong 10 Italy 12
13.07.2017 Haudenosaunee 17 Korea 5
14.07.2017 Hong Kong 4 Haudenosaunee 11
14.07.2017 Switzerland 3 Korea 10
15.07.2017 Haudenosaunee 18 Switzerland 4
15.07.2017 Korea 10 Italy 11
16.07.2017 Switzerland 3 Hong Kong 7
16.07.2017 Italy 10 Haudenosaunee 11
17.07.2017 Korea 14 Hong Kong 7
17.07.2017 Italy 9 Switzerland 5
Pool C
13.07.2017 Israel 17 Netherlands 3
13.07.2017 Czech Republic 30 China 1
14.07.2017 Belgium 9 Netherlands 20
14.07.2017 Czech Republic 8 Israel 16
15.07.2017 Netherlands 4 Czech Republic 8
15.07.2017 China 3 Belgium 17
16.07.2017 China 0 Israel 18
16.07.2017 Belgium 1 Czech Republic 21
17.07.2017 Netherlands 21 China 1
17.07.2017 Israel 18 Belgium 0
Pool D
13.07.2017 Japan 10 Germany 9
13.07.2017 Latvia 9 Spain 6
14.07.2017 Mexico 1 Germany 16
14.07.2017 Latvia 0 Japan 22
15.07.2017 Germany 17 Spain 3
15.07.2017 Japan 27 Mexico 1
16.07.2017 Mexico 6 Latvia 7
16.07.2017 Spain 1 Japan 27
17.07.2017 Spain 7 Mexico 8
17.07.2017 Germany 11 Latvia 3
Pool E
13.07.2017 Ireland 5 New Zealand 10
13.07.2017 Sweden 14 Colombia 2
15.07.2017 Ireland 18 Colombia 3
15.07.2017 Sweden 4 New Zealand 21
16.07.2017 Ireland 20 Sweden 2
16.07.2017 New Zealand 21 Colombia 0

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Championship Results

 

Date Game Team 1 Team 2
Quarter-Finals
19.07.2017 QF1 USA 20 Israel 3
19.07.2017 QF2 England 9 Wales 5
19.07.2017 QF 3 Canada 16 New Zealand 1
19.07.2017 QF 4 Australia 21 Scotland 6
Consolation Bracket
20.07.2017 Wales 7 Israel 8
20.07.2017 Scotland 7 New Zealand 5
Semi-Finals
20.07.2017 SF1 USA 19 England 8
20.07.2017 SF2 Canada 8 Australia 6
7th Place
21.07.2017 Wales 11 New Zealand 5
5th Place
21.07.2017 Scotland 17 Israel 13
3rd Place
22.07.2017 3rd Australia 9 England 10
Final
22.07.2017 F USA 10 Canada 5

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Platinum Bracket Results

 

Date Game Team 1 Team 2
Play-In
18.07.2017 1 Haudenosaunee 2 New Zealand 9
18.07.2017 2 Israel 8 Japan 7
Round 1
18.07.2017 3 Italy 12 Ireland 13
18.07.2017 4 Czech Republic 4 Germany 7
18.07.2017 5 Korea 14 Sweden 9
18.07.2017 6 Nettherlands 12 Latvia 4
Quarter-Finals
19.07.2017 11 Japan 12 Korea 4
19.07.2017 12 Germany 11 Italy 12
19.07.2017 13 Haudenosaunee 19 Netherlands 11
19.07.2017 14 Ireland 6 Czech Republic 9
Consolation Bracket
20.07.2017 22 Korea 1 Germany 18
20.07.2017 23 Netherlands 1 Ireland 13
Semi-Finals
20.07.2017 P20 Japan 16 Italy 6
20.07.2017 P21 Haudenosaunee 6 Czech Republic 18
15th Place
21.07.2017 32 Korea 8 Netherlands 6
13th Place
21.07.2017 31 Germany 8 Ireland 14
11th Place
21.07.2017 11th Italy 18 Haudenosaunee 17
9th Place
21.07.2017 9th Japan 10 Czech Republic 7

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Diamond Bracket Results

 

Date Game Team 1 Team 2
Round 1
18.07.2017 7 Belgium 8 Mexico 12
18.07.2017 9 Spain 16 China 4
18.07.2017 10 Colombia 0 Hong Kong 20
18.07.2017 8 Switzerland bye
Quarter-Finals
19.07.2017 16 Colombia 3 Mexico 10
19.07.2017 15 Latvia 5 Spain 4
19.07.2017 18 Hong Kong 14 Belgium 8
19.07.2017 17 Switzerland 12 Sweden 1
Consolation Bracket
20.07.2017 19 China bye
20.07.2017 26 Colombia 6 China 8
20.07.2017 27 Belgium 6 Sweden 7
21.07.2017 28 Spain bye
Semi-Finals
20.07.2017 24 Mexico 9 Latvia 13
20.07.2017 25 Hong Kong 5 Switzerland 4
25th Place
21.07.2017 37 Belgium
23rd Place
21.07.2017 36 Spain 13 Colombia 5
21st Place
21.07.2017 35 China 4 Sweden 19
19th Place
21.07.2017 34 Mexico 4 Switzerland 15
17th Place
21.07.2017 33 Latvia 10 Hong Kong 9

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Websites

 

 

[1] Pitchero (2017) FIL Women’s Lacrosse World Cup 2017 Logo [Internet] Available from: http://images.pitchero.com/counties/61/1478265713_original.jpg [Accessed 20 March 2017]

[2] Inside the Games (2017) Federation of International Lacrosse Logo [Internet] Available from: http://www.insidethegames.biz/media/image/48326/o/federation-of-international-lacrosse-logo.jpg [Accessed 20 March 2017]

[3] English Lacrosse (2017) FIL Women’s Lacrosse World Cup 2017 Playing Schedule [Internet] Available from: http://englacrosse.s3.amazonaws.com/portals/2017/03/PLAYING-SCHEDULE_03_03.pdf [Accessed 19 March 2017]

[4] English Lacrosse (2017) FIL Rathbones Women’s Lacrosse World Cup 2017 Results & Stats – Groups [Internet] Available from: http://www.englishlacrosse.co.uk/RWLC17/stats/#cmd=group-rank-full-ex [Accessed 29 July 2017]

[5] English Lacrosse (2017) FIL Rathbones Women’s Lacrosse World Cup 2017 Results & Stats – Playing Schedule [Internet] Available from: http://www.englishlacrosse.co.uk/RWLC17/stats/ [Accessed 29 July 2017]

 

Acknowledgements

 

Thanks to Irene Carroll (UCD) & Cillian <urphy (Ireland Lacrosse Commissioner)

 

About this document

 

Researched, compiled and written by Enda Mulcahy for the

Eirball | Irish North American and World Sports Archive

Last Updated: 21 February 2019

(c) Copyright Enda Mulcahy and Eirball 2019

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