1987 Men's World Team Squash Championships

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Men's World Team 1987
11th World Men's Team Championship
LocationEngland  England
Date(s)October 17 - October 31, 1987
Results
Gold medal world centered-2.svg ChampionsPakistan Pakistan
Silver medal world centered-2.svg Runners-upNew Zealand New Zealand
Bronze medal world centered-2.svg Third placeAustralia England
← Egypt 1985 Singapore 1989 →

The 1987 Men's ICI Perspex World Team Squash Championships were held in London, England and took place from October 17 until October 31, 1987. A record twenty-seven countries entered.[1][2]

Seeds[edit]

  1. Pakistan Pakistan
  2. New Zealand Australia
  3. Australia New Zealand
  4. England England

Results[edit]

[3][4][5]

Qualifying Pool 1[edit]

Team One Team Two Score
Italy Italy Belgium Belgium 2-1
Spain Spain Nigeria Nigeria w/o
Belgium Belgium Nigeria Nigeria w/o
Italy Italy Spain Spain 1-2
Italy Italy Nigeria Nigeria w/o
Spain Spain Belgium Belgium 2-1
Pos Nation P W L Pts
1 Spain Spain 3 3 0 6
2 Italy Italy 3 2 1 4
3 Belgium Belgium 3 1 2 2
4 France Nigeria 3 0 3 0

Qualifying Pool 2[edit]

Team One Team Two Score
Denmark Denmark Kuwait Kuwait 3-0
Norway Norway Monaco Monaco 3-0
Denmark Denmark Monaco Monaco 3-0
Norway Norway Kuwait Kuwait 3-0
Kuwait Kuwait Monaco Monaco 3-0
Denmark Denmark Norway Norway 2-1
Pos Nation P W L Pts
1 Denmark Denmark 3 3 0 6
2 Norway Norway 3 2 1 4
3 Kuwait Kuwait 3 1 2 2
4 Monaco Monaco 3 0 3 0

Qualifying Play Offs[edit]

Team One Team Two Score
Norway Norway Belgium Belgium 2-1
Kuwait Kuwait Italy Italy 2-1


Pool A[edit]

Team One Team Two Score
Pakistan Pakistan Sweden Sweden 3-0
Pakistan Pakistan West Germany West Germany 3-0
Pakistan Pakistan Norway Norway 3-0
Pakistan Pakistan Greece Greece 3-0
Pakistan Pakistan Malaysia Malaysia 3-0
Sweden Sweden West Germany West Germany 3-0
Sweden Sweden Norway Norway 3-0
Sweden Sweden Greece Greece 3-0
Sweden Sweden Malaysia Malaysia 3-0
West Germany West Germany Norway Norway 2-1
West Germany West Germany Greece Greece 3-0
West Germany West Germany Malaysia Malaysia 3-0
Norway Norway Greece Greece 2-1
Norway Norway Malaysia Malaysia 2-1
Greece Greece Malaysia Malaysia 2-1
Pos Nation Team P W L Pts
1 Pakistan Pakistan Jansher Khan, Jahangir Khan, Umar Hayat Khan, Qamar Zaman 5 5 0 10
2 Sweden Sweden Jan-Ulf Söderberg, Anders Wahlstedt, Jonas Gornerup 5 4 1 8
3 West Germany West Germany Carol Martini, Ralf Schuldt, Michael Ehlers, Wolfgang Bücker 5 3 2 6
4 Norway Norway Johan Aabyholm, Per Christiansen, Morten Kristensen, Hans Merckoll 5 2 3 4
5 Greece Greece Nikos Moustroufis, Panagiotis Vasiliou, Nicos Kouremenos 5 1 4 2
5 Malaysia Malaysia Raymond Arnold, K L Tan, Steven Kwan 5 0 5 0

Pool B[edit]

Team One Team Two Score
New Zealand New Zealand Canada Canada 3-0
New Zealand New Zealand Finland Finland 3-0
New Zealand New Zealand Wales Wales 3-0
New Zealand New Zealand United States United States 3-0
New Zealand New Zealand Denmark Denmark 3-0
Canada Canada Finland Finland 2-1
Canada Canada Wales Wales 2-1
Canada Canada United States United States 3-0
Canada Canada Denmark Denmark 3-0
Finland Finland Wales Wales 3-0
Finland Finland United States United States 2-1
Finland Finland Denmark Denmark 3-0
Wales Wales United States United States 2-1
Wales Wales Denmark Denmark 3-0
United States United States Denmark Denmark 3-0
Pos Nation Team P W L Pts
1 New Zealand New Zealand Stuart Davenport, Ross Norman, Stephen Cunningham, Rory Watt 5 5 0 10
2 Canada Canada Dale Styner, Sabir Butt, Jamie Crombie, Gene Turk 5 4 1 8
3 Finland Finland Matti Saarela, Sami Elopuro, Pentti Pekkanen 5 3 2 6
4 Wales Wales Ceirig Jones, Adrian Davies, Teifon Salisbury, Andrew Evans 5 2 3 4
5 United States United States Ned Edwards, Kenton Jernigan, Thomas Page, Azam Khan 5 1 4 2
5 Denmark Denmark Arthur Jacobsen, Peter Juel, Michael Just 5 0 5 0

Pool C[edit]

Team One Team Two Score
Australia Australia Singapore Singapore 3-0
Australia Australia Netherlands Netherlands 3-0
Australia Australia France France 3-0
Australia Australia Switzerland Switzerland 3-0
Australia Australia Spain Spain 3-0
Singapore Singapore Netherlands Netherlands 2-1
Singapore Singapore France France 3-0
Singapore Singapore Switzerland Switzerland 3-0
Singapore Singapore Spain Spain 3-0
Netherlands Netherlands France France 2-1
Netherlands Netherlands Switzerland Switzerland 3-0
Netherlands Netherlands Spain Spain 2-1
France France Switzerland Switzerland 3-0
France France Spain Spain 2-1
Switzerland Switzerland Spain Spain 2-1
Pos Nation Team P W L Pts
1 Australia Australia Chris Dittmar, Rodney Martin, Chris Robertson, Ross Thorne 5 5 0 10
2 Singapore Singapore Peter Hill, Zainal Abidin, Anthony Chua, Alex Tay 5 4 1 8
3 Netherlands Netherlands Hans Frieling, Raymond Scheffer, Eric Smit 5 3 2 6
4 France France Patrick Gaston, John Elstob, Eric Claudel 5 2 3 4
5 Switzerland Switzerland 5 1 4 2
5 Spain Spain Albert Codina, Austin Adarraga, Santiago Nieto 5 0 5 0

Pool D[edit]

Team One Team Two Score
England England Egypt Egypt 3-0
England England Scotland Scotland 3-0
England England Republic of Ireland Ireland 3-0
England England Brazil Brazil 3-0
England England Kuwait Kuwait 3-0
Egypt Egypt Scotland Scotland 3-0
Egypt Egypt Republic of Ireland Ireland 2-1
Egypt Egypt Brazil Brazil 3-0
Egypt Egypt Kuwait Kuwait 3-0
Scotland Scotland Republic of Ireland Ireland 2-1
Scotland Scotland Brazil Brazil 3-0
Scotland Scotland Kuwait Kuwait 3-0
Republic of Ireland Ireland Brazil Brazil 2-1
Republic of Ireland Ireland Kuwait Kuwait 3-0
Brazil Brazil Kuwait Kuwait 3-0
Pos Nation Team P W L Pts
1 England England Phil Kenyon, Gawain Briars, Neil Harvey, Bryan Beeson 5 5 0 10
2 Egypt Egypt Ahmed Tahir, Magdi Saad, Gamal El Amir 5 4 1 8
3 Scotland Scotland Mark Maclean, Colin Keith, Frank Ellis 5 3 2 6
4 Republic of Ireland Ireland John McKay, Ken Flynn, Noel Ryan 5 2 3 4
5 Brazil Brazil Kiko Frisoni, Ricardo Ferreira, Mario de Oliveira, Rodriguez Soares 5 1 4 2
5 Kuwait Kuwait Tareq Al-Owayesh, Adel Al-Ghareeb, Fakher Al-Sayed 5 0 5 0

Quarter Finals[edit]

Team One Team Two Score
New Zealand New Zealand Egypt Egypt 3-0
Pakistan Pakistan Singapore Singapore 3-0
England England Canada Canada 3-0
Australia Australia Sweden Sweden 3-0

Semi Finals[edit]

Team One Team Two Score
New Zealand New Zealand England England 2-1
Pakistan Pakistan Australia Australia 2-1

Third Place Play Off[edit]

Team One Team Two Score
England England Australia Australia 2-1

Final[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Men's World Team Championship 1987" (PDF). worldsquash.org. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2016-01-30.
  2. ^ "Times Archives". Oxfordshire Libraries.
  3. ^ "World Team Championship". Trove.
  4. ^ "Pakistan title". Trove.
  5. ^ "Results". Singapore Government Newspapers.
Preceded by
Egypt
1985
Squash World Team
England

1987
Succeeded by
Singapore
1989

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