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Game Days 5 and 6 - Live Scores

10am Sat 20th Aug - BISS1 - Men D1
Team 1/4 1/2 3/4 Final
 New Zealand  1.1 (7)  1.6 (12)  2.7 (19) 5.9 (39) 
 Canada 1.1 (7)   1.1 (7)  3.2 (20) 3.2 (20) 
12pm Sat 20th Aug - BISS2 - Men D2
Team 1/4 1/2 3/4 Final
 France 2.3 (15) 6.5 (41) 11.12 (78) 14.15 (99)
 India  1.1 (7)  1.2 (8)  1.2 (8)  1.2 (8)
1pm Sat 20th Aug - Auburn - Women
Team 1/4 1/2 3/4 Final
 PNG (W)  0.0 (0)  1.0 (6)  1.0 (6)  2.0 (12)
 Ireland (W)  5.2 (32)  6.4 (40)  9.6 (60)  12.8 (80)
2pm Sat 20th Aug - BISS2 - Men D1
Team 1/4 1/2 3/4 Final
 PNG 8.3 (51)  13.4 (82) 14.11 (95) 16.14 (110)
 Nauru  0.0 (0)  2.2 (14)  3.2 (20)  4.3 (27)
3pm Sat 20th Aug - Auburn - Women
Team 1/4 1/2 3/4 Final
 Canada (W)  2.0 (12)  2.0 (12)  3.1 (19) 4.5 (29)
 USA (W)  0.0 (0)  0.1 (1)  1.5 (11)  1.5 (11)
4pm Sat 20th Aug - BISS2 - Men D1
Team 1/4 1/2 3/4 Final
 Ireland 2.2 (14)  6.4 (40)  9.4 (58) 11.6 (72)
 Denmark  0.0 (0)  0.0 (0)  0.2 (2)  1.3 (9)
6pm Sat 20th Aug - BISS1 - Men D2
Team 1/4 1/2 3/4 Final
 China  0.0 (0)  0.0 (0)  1.1 (7)  1.1 (7)
 Peace Team  2.4 (16)  5.9 (39)  6.15 (51) 13.18 (96)
6pm Sat 20th Aug - BISS2 - Men D2
Team 1/4 1/2 3/4 Final
 Fiji  8.1 (49)  13.4 (82)  17.10 (112) 21.16 (142)
 Timor-Leste  0.0 (0)  1.1 (7)  1.1 (7)  1.1 (7)
1040am Sun 21st Aug - ANZ Stadium - Men D1
Team 1/4 1/2 3/4 Final
 South Africa 0.1 (1)  1.3 (9)  2.5 (17)  2.6 (18)
 USA  2.5 (17)  3.9 (27)  5.11 (41)  7.14 (56)

Scores will be updated every quarter throughout the day. We suggest you refresh your browser regularly to see the latest. Match reports will follow later in the day and into Sunday. Please note that we are very stretched with simultaneous games across Sydney so may not have full match reports for all games.

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Game Days 5 and 6 - Live Scores | 19 comments | Create New Account
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Game Days 5 and 6 - Live Scores
Authored by: Jens Djernes on Saturday, August 20 2011 @ 10:20 am ACST

Any live-scores from Canada vs. NZ ????

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Game Days 5 and 6 - Live Scores
Authored by: Aaron Richard on Saturday, August 20 2011 @ 10:30 am ACST

Battling to get the live scores!!!  I'm updating the site from Melbourne, while we're stuck understaffed at the actual ground until later in the day... One of our guys was flying up to Sydney this morning, but got caught at the airport in fog.

Should have it sorted soon.

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Game Days 5 and 6 - Live Scores
Authored by: Aaron Richard on Saturday, August 20 2011 @ 10:26 am ACST

 Still working on getting the exact score, but NZ are only 5 points ahead of Canada at half time.

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Game Days 5 and 6 - Live Scores
Authored by: Mister Football on Saturday, August 20 2011 @ 11:05 am ACST

Is Canada actually leading NZ at 3/4 time??

Go the Canucks!!

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Game Days 5 and 6 - Live Scores
Authored by: Aaron Richard on Saturday, August 20 2011 @ 11:12 am ACST

 Yep... but NZ have kicked on with the breeze in the last quarter, two goals up with 10 minutes left.

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Game Days 5 and 6 - Live Scores
Authored by: Seth McElvaney on Saturday, August 20 2011 @ 11:16 am ACST

NZ up by 3 goals. Not long left

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Game Days 5 and 6 - Live Scores
Authored by: Seth McElvaney on Saturday, August 20 2011 @ 11:27 am ACST

Final. NZ 5.9.39 Canada 3.2.20 Against the wind in the final quarter The Northwind could not score. Good fight by the Canucks!

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Game Days 5 and 6 - Live Scores
Authored by: Mister Football on Saturday, August 20 2011 @ 11:55 am ACST

Well done to Canada for digging deep.

Looks like one of the games of the tournament so far, I look forward to the match report.

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Mister Football
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Game Days 5 and 6 - Live Scores
Authored by: Seth McElvaney on Saturday, August 20 2011 @ 11:55 am ACST

France up by 7 on India at quarter time

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Game Days 5 and 6 - Live Scores
Authored by: tinka13 on Saturday, August 20 2011 @ 11:25 am ACST

How were the Canadians able to go with NZ for so long, did NZ rest players?

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Game Days 5 and 6 - Live Scores
Authored by: Brett Northey on Saturday, August 20 2011 @ 09:48 pm ACST

No disrespect meant to Canada at all, but just applying some conspiracy theories, any chance that NZ wanted to control the final margin to control their own likely finishing position amongst the top 4, i.e. try to influence who their semi final opponent would be?

Difficult to do, given South Africa and the USA don't play until Sunday.  But they could take an educated guess at that result.

This kind of "moderation" of ladder position could be more likely if say SA was comfortably ahead of the US - might they go harder or softer to increase/decrease their percentage?

Note that I didn't get to see the NZ vs Canada match, so this is purely speculation, I have no reason to believe it wasn't just a good effort from Canada.  Just pondering all the possibilities.

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Brett Northey - Co-founder and Chief Editor of WFN
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Game Days 5 and 6 - Live Scores
Authored by: RevoOldBoy on Saturday, August 20 2011 @ 10:21 pm ACST

I will preface this by saying that I didnt see the game either but I would guess the result is due to the NZ likely resting some key players. Ultimately the strategy worked.

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Game Days 5 and 6 - Live Scores
Authored by: Brett Northey on Saturday, August 20 2011 @ 10:26 pm ACST

Quite possibly - and with quite a scare I should think.  I think the wind and bad kicking by NZ played a role too.

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Brett Northey - Co-founder and Chief Editor of WFN
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Game Days 5 and 6 - Live Scores
Authored by: Brett Northey on Saturday, August 20 2011 @ 10:33 pm ACST

Sadly for Canada another campaign full of promise that looks like it will end with them down around 9th.  Are they just unlucky or not getting anywhere near their best team over or do I over-estimate them each time?

They've finished 9th, 7th, 6th and now maybe 9th or worse, with nations like Tonga and Fiji likely to be breathing down their necks in 3 years.

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Brett Northey - Co-founder and Chief Editor of WFN
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Game Days 5 and 6 - Live Scores
Authored by: Mister Football on Saturday, August 20 2011 @ 11:12 pm ACST

If the current South Pacific development work continues, then Tonga and Fiji will overtake Canada in three years time, especially if each of these countries start getting more players into Australian leagues.

It's a bit disappointing considering Canada manages to organise a reasonable league of its own, but I think given how much Tonga and Fiji have achieved in barely two years, it's inevitable.

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Mister Football
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Game Days 5 and 6 - Live Scores
Authored by: RevoOldBoy on Sunday, August 21 2011 @ 02:56 pm ACST

 Did anyone here see the US v SA game? By the score it would suggest US was pressing inot their forwared line all day, just not converting, was the game closer than the score suggested?

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Game Days 5 and 6 - Live Scores
Authored by: Aaron Richard on Sunday, August 21 2011 @ 03:02 pm ACST

I'm down in Melbourne today so didn't see the game, but one comment I heard via twitter was "Someone tell the USA they're supposed to kick it between the big ones".  I'd assume that means the scoreline tells an accurate story, Revos controlled the game but couldn't convert.

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Game Days 5 and 6 - Live Scores
Authored by: Brett Northey on Sunday, August 21 2011 @ 03:43 pm ACST

Troy's report was filed from the ground - he watched it all unfold.  Sounds like the US really did dominate.  I suspected SA were not as strong as the other top sides but would still have enough to get the job done.  So a US win wasn't my tip, but it wasn't a shock.  But I certainly didn't think they would do it so easily.

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Brett Northey - Co-founder and Chief Editor of WFN
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Game Days 5 and 6 - Live Scores
Authored by: Brett Northey on Sunday, August 21 2011 @ 04:07 pm ACST

While I'm here a big thank you to all our crew but especially again to Troy and Tobie who have managed to get to every day of the Cup so far in Sydney.  They'll be looking forward to getting back home to Melbourne and continuing the great work from there.

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Brett Northey - Co-founder and Chief Editor of WFN
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