New Zealand girls’s double trio to play for bronze at Commonwealth Video games

Caitlin Inch and Selina Goddard of New Zealand celebrate their victory over Wales in the women's doubles quarter-finals.  They failed to beat England in the semi-finals and will now face Malaysia for bronze.

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Caitlin Inch and Selina Goddard of New Zealand rejoice their victory over Wales within the girls’s doubles quarter-finals. They did not beat England within the semi-finals and can now face Malaysia for bronze.

The New Zealand girls’s pair will play Malaysia for the bronze medal on the garden after a busy morning on the Commonwealth Video games at Leamington Spa.

Caitlin Inch and Selina Goddard began Friday by beating Wales 16-15 within the quarter-finals, after being two, 13-15 down, to 18th and final.

Nevertheless, England proved too sturdy for the New Zealand duo of their semi-finals, successful 19-12 and sending New Zealand to the bronze medal match.

Inch and Goddard will now tackle Malaysian duo Emma Firiana Saroji and Metropolis Zalina Ahmad of their closing match on Saturday. [7.30pm NZ time].

New Zealand’s girls’s trio of Val Smith, Tayla Bruce and Nicole Toomey began Friday with a 16-9 semi-final loss to Malaysia, pitting them in opposition to the Cook dinner Islands for bronze.

That match was supposed to start out at 3:30 am on Saturday. [NZ time].

The New Zealand males’s quad had been the opposite New Zealand group in motion on Day 8 of the Video games and almost made a dramatic comeback of their quarter-final, scoring eight factors on the 14th and penultimate finish to go from 14-18 to 16-14. Wales.

Nevertheless, the Welsh hit again with 4 factors on the closing finish to advance to the semi-finals.

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