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Discussion in 'Commonwealth Games 2010 - Badminton' started by Baddersmum, Sep 12, 2010.
Anyone know when the draw is to be done ?
Group A - Malaysia, Australia, Nigeria, Seychelles, Isle of Man
Group B - Singapore, New Zealand, Sri Lanka, Jamaica, Northern Ireland
Group C - England, Canada, Mauritius, Uganda, Falkland Islands
Group D - India, Scotland, Wales, Barbados, Kenya
Top 2 from each group proceed to the QF
Canada will definately proceed to the QF stage as #2 in their group facing a tough English squad unless England decides to pull out from India as they have done once or twice already.
Lol, malaysia vs Isle of man, and Seychelles, maybe there is am opportunity for a 21-0 or something close to that, do Seychelles even play badminton ? I know the isle of man do.
No need for LCW in the group stages, Hafiz should easily be suffice.
Scotland should progress as well, probably in 2nd, behind india, but there will be a tough match against Wales.
Btw, well done aZn for bearing me in Paw KD deserved winner.
No pull out this time. ENG will be going so Canada will finish 2nd. Pick your poison in the QF–MAS, IND or SIN
where is the individual draw?
Commonwealth Games badminton team event draw unveiled
The draw for the team event of the 2010 Commonwealth Games badminton competition has been made. The draw was held at the house of Delhi Lt Gov Tejendra Khanna and was approved by competition referee Chua Soo Hock.
The 20 participating countries were divided into four groups of five. Malaysia, Singapore, England and India are the top seeds in their respective groups. Joining Malaysia in Group A are Australia, Nigeria, Seychelles, and Isle of Man. Drawn in Group B with Singapore are New Zealand, Sri Lanka, Jamaica and Northern Ireland. Bracketed with England in Group C are Canada, Mauritius, Uganda and the Falkland Islands while drawn with hosts India in Group D are Scotland, Wales, Barbados and Kenya.
The first day of the group stage will be played on 4 October. The morning sessions will feature Malaysia against Isle of Man, Australia versus Seychelles, Singapore versus Northern Ireland, Canada versus Uganda and England against the Falkland Islands.
The afternoon session will pit New Zealand against Jamaica, India versus Kenya, Scotland versus Barbados and Nigeria against the Isle of Man. In the evening session, Mauritius will take on the Falkland Islands, Malaysia will face Seychelles, Sri Lanka will battle Northern Ireland, Singapore will lock horns with Jamaica and England will face Uganda.
The matches in the morning session of Day 2 are Wales-Kenya, India-Barbados, Australia-Nigeria, Seychelles-Isle of Man and New Zealand-Sri Lanka. Playing in the afternoon session are Jamaica-Northern Ireland, Canada-Mauritius, Uganda-Falkland Islands and Malaysia-Nigeria. The night session will witness face-offs between Scotland-Wales, Barbados-Kenya, Australia-Isle of Man, Singapore-Sri Lanka and New Zealand-Northern Ireland.
The final day of group play will feature England-Mauritius, Canada-Falkland Islands, India-Wales and Scotland-Kenya in the morning session. The afternoon matches will have Malaysia-Australia, Nigeria-Seychelles, Singapore-New Zealand and Sri Lanka-Jamaica. The games in the night session are England-Canada, Mauritius-Uganda, India-Scotland and Wales-Barbados.
The top two teams in each group will advance to the quarter finals, which will be played on October 7. The semi-finals will be held on the same day while the bronze-medal and gold-medal matches will be held on 8 October. The individual events will start on October 9.
Group Matches - Play Schedule
The actual draw with matches listing per day.
Source - www.bwfbadminton.org
All the best to Malaysia. They have tough matches
I was planning to watch team matches. Given the draw I will wait till the individual events start. Only in quarters or semis can we expect some good games in team event.
So now you know, how tough!!
Based on the draw, it should be no problem for Mas to reach the final at least and win the gold medal
CWG 2010 – Individual draws released
The Draw .....
Here are the draw files for each discipline of the individual competitions.
Kinda weird reading the full names of the Indian players here.
View attachment CWGMS.pdf
View attachment CWGWD.pdf
View attachment CWGWS.pdf
View attachment CWGXD.pdf
View attachment CWGMD.pdf
Derek Wong and Hafiz are among those playing MD.