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IC11 Grand Final - Ireland\'s Double Glory
Authored by: Cam Homes on Saturday, August 27 2011 @ 04:00 pm ACST

Howdy All,

Congratulations to Ireland, WOW! winning both men's and women's cups, what a great effort and achievement.

WFN World Ranks at the conclusion of IC2011 Looks like this:

  1. Australia
  2. Ireland  57.78   38*    3#
  3. Papua New Guinea  54.63   29    2
  4. New Zealand  52.99   33    4
  5. South Africa  49.00   22    7
  6. Nauru  46.15   19    5
  7. United States  45.84   35    6
  8. Tonga  44.73   9    8
  9. Great Britain  43.51   43    10
  10. Samoa  41.85   18    9
  11. Canada  37.82   35    11
  12. Sweden  37.41   26    14
  13. Germany  37.37   10    13
  14. Denmark  37.08   41    12
  15. Peace Team  36.51   11    15
  16. China  34.36   11    17
  17. Japan  30.39   24    16
  18. Finland  29.02   13    19
  19. India  28.47   11    18

 

#Last number rank before last round of matches in IC2011.

  • Provisional nation's placings are as follows:
  • Fiji  45.21   6*
  • Croatia  40.61   4
  • France  38.26   7
  • Iceland  35.64   4
  • Timor Leste  27.40   6

* Number of games played.

Cam

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IC11 Grand Final - Ireland\\\'s Double Glory
Authored by: Tobietta Rhyman on Saturday, August 27 2011 @ 06:19 pm ACST

I'm assuming the women's are (All-Australian #1) Ireland #2, Canada #3, USA #4 and PNG #5

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Little Pommy Girl
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IC11 Grand Final - Ireland\\\\\\\'s Double Glory
Authored by: Brett Northey on Saturday, August 27 2011 @ 07:02 pm ACST

As we get more matches in the system like this then yes we can start up a system for women's.

Regarding an explanation for Steve for what Cam has posted, these are our unofficial WFN World rankings, which we've compiled based on all qualifying matches since 1994.  So obviously the IC11 results are just the latest contribution to that list and will influence the standings but not force them to be the same.

It's a complicated system by necessity but if you feel like a long read then start here:  World Rankings

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Brett Northey - Co-founder and Chief Editor of WFN
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