Who’s Who in Nimes

Squads for the Women’s World Teams in Nimes …

Argentina: Fernanda Rocha, Antonella Falcione, Cecilia Cerquetti, Maria Bonilla

Australia: Sarah Cardwell, Melody Francis, Rachael Grinham, Donna Urquhart

Austria: Birgit Coufal, Anja Kaserer, Jacqueline Peychar, Ines, Winkler

Canada: Sam Cornett, Stephanie Edmison, Susannah King, Alexandra Norman

China: Xiu Chen, Li Dongjin, Gu Jinyeu

Colombia: Slivia Augulo, Karol Gonzalez, Catalina Pelaez, Gabriela Porras

Czech Republic: Olga Ertlova, Lucie Fialova, Anna Klimundova, Peleskova Peleskova

Egypt: Omneya Abdel Kawy, Nour El Sherbini, Nour El Tayeb, RaneemEl Weleily

England: Jenny Duncalf, Sarah Kippax, Laura Massaro, Alison Waters

France: Coline Aumard, Maud Duplomb, Laura Pomportes, Camille Serme

Germany: Pamela Hathway, Franziska Hennes, Caroline Sayegh, Annika Wiese

Hong Kong: Annie Au, Joey Chan, Liu Tsz Ling, Tong Tsz Wing

India: Anaka Alankamony, Aparajitha Balamurukan, Joshna Chinappa, Dipika Pallikal

Ireland: Aisling Blake, Breanne Flynn, Laura Mylotte, Madeline Perry

Japan: Misaki Kobayashi, Chinatsu Matsui, Risa Sugimoto, Mayu Yamazaki

Malaysia: Delia Arnold, Nicol David, Siti Munirah, Low Wee Wern

Mexico: Monsserrat Castellanos, Karla Gomez, Nayelly Hernandez, Samantha Teran

Namibia: Ruth Hornickel, Adrianna Lambert, Lucinda Rodrigues, Isabel Schnoor

Netherlands: Milja Dorenbos, Natalie Grinham, Orla Noom, Milou Van Der Heijden

New Zealand: Jacklyn Hawkes, Joelle King, Kylie Lindsay, Amanda Murphy

Scotland: Lisa Aitken, Rosie Allen, Alex Clark, Frania Gillen-Buchert

South Africa: Diana Haynes, Milnay Louw, Chenya Tucker, Siyoli Waters

South Korea: Ga-Hye Kim, Park Eun-Ok, Song Sun-Mi, Yang Yeon-Soe

Spain: Marina De Juan Gallach, Cristina Jimenez, Chantal Moros, Xisela Nunez

Usa: Olivia Fiechter, Natalie Grainger, Kristen Lange, Sabrina Sobhy

Wales: Hannah Davies, Tesni Evans, Fiona Murphy, Deon Saffery

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