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Latest known positions

[<<] [>>] by Nigel Graves
4th July 2001 (World Championship)

These are incomplete because results from Roehampton are not known, and could affect placings in groups B and D:

Group A Fulford 7/8, Louw 7/7, J Dawson Meatheringham Parkinson 4/7
Group B Bamford 8/8, M Clarke M McInerney 6/8, Rosenberry 5/8
Group C Maugham 7/7, B Fleming 5/7, R McInerney 5/7, Bulloch 5/6
Group D Burrow Fournier 8/8 Mulliner Davis 5/8
Group E Hort 6/7 Avery Jackson McBride Patmore 5/7
Group F Garrison Brown 6/8, S WIlliams 6/7, Bond Comish Tibble 4/7
Group G Cunningham C Clarke 6/7, Aiton Burge Gibbons Suter 4/7
Group H Irwin Dyer 6/7, T Bassett Johnson Trimmer 5/7

T Nozaki of Japan won his first game in the championship, beating Britt Ruby of the USA.



 

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