2008 Pacific Curling Championship : Women

Naseby, New Zealand

2 - 9 November 2008

NZ record at PCCs: Women Other Results: Men
WCF Official Results: Women Summary & Draw
Championship History   Report
   
2 Nov 3 Nov 4 Nov 5 Nov 6 Nov 7 Nov Round
Robin
8 Nov
Semis
9 Nov
Finals


Final Standings

 1   (8-1)  China China
  Bingyu Wang, Yin Liu, Qingshuang Yue, Yan Zhou, Jinlu Liu. Coach – Daniel Rafael
2 (5-5) Korea Korea
  Mi Yeon Kim, Mi Sung Shin, Hyun Jung Lee, Kyung Mi Park, Seul Bee Lee. Coach – Young Sub Chung
3 (6-3) Japan Japan
  Moe Meguro, Mari Motohashi, Mayo Yamaura, Kotomi Ishizaki, Anna Ohmiya. Coach – Shinya Abe
4 (3-6) New Zealand New Zealand
  Bridget Becker, Brydie Donald, Marisa Jones, Catherine Inder, Cassie Becker. Coach – Peter Becker
5 (0-8) Australia Australia
  Kimberly Forge, Sandra Gagnon, Lynette Gill, Laurie Weeden, Madeleine Wilson. Coach – Janice Mori


Sunday, 2 November 2008

 4:30 pm – Draw 1, Women
SheetTeam 12345678910 Total
B China H 1   2   1 2   0 1 X   7
Korea     2   2     1     X   5
Bye New Zealand
C Australia H 0 2     1 1   1   X   5
Japan       2 3     1   1 X   7


Monday, 3 November 2008

 8:00 am – Draw 2, Women
SheetTeam 12345678910EETotal
A China H 3     1     1   1 1 1 8
Japan     2 1   1 1   2       7
Bye Korea
B New Zealand H 2   1 1 3   4   2 X   13
Australia     1       1   1   X   3

 

 4:00 pm – Draw 3, Women
SheetTeam 12345678910 Total
B Korea H 1   1   1   1   1 X   5
Japan     2   1   2   3   X   8
Bye Australia
C China H 4   2 1   2 1 3 X     13
New Zealand     1     1       X     2


Tuesday, 4 November 2008

 10:00 am – Draw 4, Women
SheetTeam 12345678910 Total
A Korea H 2   2   4 1 2   X     11
New Zealand     2   1       1 X     4
Bye Japan
B Australia H 2   1   0 1   1 1 X   6
China     1   3     4     X   8

 

 7:00 pm – Draw 5, Women
SheetTeam 12345678910 Total
B Japan H 3   1 2   4     1 X   11
New Zealand     2     1   1 1   X   5
Bye China
C Korea H   2   3   5 3   X     13
Australia   3   1   1     0 X     5


Wednesday, 5 November 2008

 12:00 pm – Draw 6, Women
SheetTeam 12345678910 Total
A Japan H 2 2   1 1 2 1 X       9
Australia       0         X       0
Bye New Zealand
C Korea H 1   1         1   X   3
China     2   1 1 1 2   1 X   8

 

 8:00 pm – Draw 7, Women
SheetTeam 12345678910EETotal
B Japan H 1   2 1   1 1   1     7
China     1     1     1   1   4
Bye Korea
C Australia H 1   1 1 1 1   2       7
New Zealand     0         3   3 1 1 8


Thursday, 6 November 2008

 2:30 pm – Draw 8, Women
SheetTeam 12345678910EETotal
A New Zealand H 1   1   2   0   2     6
China     3   1   1   1   1   7
Bye Australia
C Japan H 0   1 1   2   1   2   7
Korea     3     1   2   1   2 9


Friday, 7 November 2008

 8:00 am – Draw 9, Women
SheetTeam 12345678910 Total
B New Zealand H 1     1 3   2   5 X   12
Korea     0 4     2   3   X   9
Bye Japan
C China H 1     4   1   3   X   9
Australia     0 1   1   1   1 X   4

 

 4:00 pm – Draw 10, Women
SheetTeam 12345678910 Total
A Australia H   0     1   X         1
Korea   1   5 1   3 X         10
Bye China
C New Zealand H   1   3   3   1       8
Japan   3   1   2   3   1 1   11


Round Robin Summary

 Standings – Women
RRTeamWLCHNJPNKORNZLAUSCHNJPNKORNZLAUS
1 QF  CHN 7 1   W W W W   L W W W
2 QS  JPN 6 2 L   W W W W   L W W
3 QS  KOR 4 4 L L   W W L W   L W
4    NZL 3 5 L L L   W L L W   W
5    AUS 0 8 L L L L   L L L L  
  QF = Qualified for Final
QS = Qualified for Semi-Final


Saturday, 8 November 2008

 8:00 am – Semi-Final, Women
SheetTeam 12345678910 Total
  Women's 2v3 Semi-Final – Single Game
A Japan   0 0   2   3     1     6
Korea       2   3   1 1   2   9
   • Korea win semi-final, so will meet China in Women's final.
 • Korea, as hosts, automatically qualify for 2009 Women's World Championship.
 • Japan take 3rd place and win Pacific Championship Bronze medal.


Sunday, 9 November 2008

 12:00 pm – Final, Women
SheetTeam 12345678910 Total
  Women's Gold Medal Match
B China H   1 2   0 1 2 1 2 X   9
Korea   3     1           X   4
   • China win the Gold medal, Korea the Silver medal
 • Both teams qualify for 2009 Women's World Championship
 • Japan won the Bronze medal when beaten by Korea in the semi-final

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