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Touch World Cup schedule announced

The Federation of International Touch has announced the schedule for April’s World Cup.

Men’s Open

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Pool A Australia, South Africa, ENGLAND, Scotland, Fiji, Japan, Samoa, Singapore

Pool B New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, France, Wales, Ireland, Cook Islands, Philippines, United States, Netherlands

Each team to play every other team in their pool. Top four in each pool progress to the quarter finals, with the other teams playing for final rankings

Women’s Open

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Pool A Australia, South Africa, ENGLAND, Scotland, Japan, Samoa, China, Fiji

Pool B New Zealand, Singapore, Wales, France, Papua New Guinea, United States, Netherlands, Philippines, Malaysia

Each team to play every other team in their pool. Top four in each pool progress to the quarter finals, with the other teams playing for final rankings

Mixed Open

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Pool A Australia, ENGLAND, Scotland, Chile, France, South Africa, United Arab Emirates, Hong Kong, United States, Italy, Germany

Pool B New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, Samoa, Wales, Japan, Ireland, Singapore, Fiji, Malaysia, China, Chinese Taipei

Each team to play every other team in their pool. Top four in each pool progress to the quarter finals, with the other teams playing for final rankings

Women’s 27s

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Australia, New Zealand, ENGLAND, France, Singapore, South Africa, United States

Each team to play every other team once. Top four progress to the semi-finals, with the other teams playing for final rankings

Men’s 30s

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Australia, United States, ENGLAND, Fiji, Japan, France, Singapore, South Africa

Each team to play every other team once. Top four progress to the semi-finals, with play-off matches between the 5th/6th and 7th/8th placed teams

Mixed 30s

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Australia, New Zealand, ENGLAND, Ireland, France, Singapore, United Arab Emirates, Chile, Cook Islands, Scotland, South Africa

Each team to play every other team once. Top four progress to the semi-finals, with play-off matches between the 5th/6th, 7th/8th and 9th/10th placed teams

Men’s 35s

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New Zealand, Australia, ENGLAND, Fiji, Cook Islands, United States

Each team to play every other team once. Top four progress to the semi-finals, with play-off matches between the 5th/6th placed teams

Women’s 35s

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ENGLAND, Australia, New Zealand, Europe

Each team to play every other team twice. Top two teams then play in the final

Men’s 40s

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Pool A Australia, Wales, France, Italy, Belgium, United Arab Emirates

Pool B New Zealand, ENGLAND, Ireland, United States, Japan, Singapore, Malaysia

Each team to play every other team in their pool. Top four in each pool progress to the quarter finals, with the other teams playing for final rankings

Men’s 45s

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ENGLAND, Wales, Australia, Fiji, New Zealand, South Africa

Each team to play every other team once. Top four progress to the semi-finals, with play-off matches between the 5th/6th placed teams

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