Wins for Australia and New Zealand

New Zealand notched up their first win by beating Bulgaria 4-1 today and Australia another victory, this time over Peru winning 4-1.

results below

New Zealand v Bulgaria
XD D Shirley / Runesten P S df K Dobrev / Petya N 15/0 15/2
MS G Bellingham df S Makarski 15/3 15/2
WS R Hindley df L Zechiri 11/6 11/9
MD D Shirley / J Gordon df G Petrov / K Dobrev 15/2 15/5
WD Runesten P S / N Gordon lost Petya N / M Ivanova 9/15 7/15

New Zealand win 4 - 1

Australia v Peru

MS S Gomez df Andres C F 15/2 15/6 WS Tania Luiz lost Claudia R M 11/13 11/9 7/11
MD B Cooper / A Brehaut df Andres C / Jimeno G 15/8 15/6
WD K Wilson-Smith / K Lucas df Valeria R M / Meng Jie 15/5 15/9
XD T Denney / K Wilson-Smith df Jimeno G / Claudia R M 15/1 15/10

Australia win 4 - 1

for all results in the 2005 Sudirman Cup click here


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