IPC | Polocrosse World Cup 2003

Venue: Warwick, Queensland, Australia, 28 April – 4 May 2003

Final Standings

2New Zealand540112585
3South Africa530211394
7United Kingdom520310680

Compiled from: [1][2][3][4][5][6]

Group Stage Results

DateTeam 1 Team 2 
28.04.03Ireland9South Africa29
29.04.03South Africa26USA9
01.05.03South Africa7Australia26
28.04.03Canada1New Zealand42
28.04.03Zimbabwe23United Kingdom15
29.04.03New Zealand15United Kingdom14
01.05.03Canada5United Kingdom31
01.05.03Zimbabwe14New Zealand24


Final Group Standings

2South Africa32016244
1New Zealand33008129
3United Kingdom31026053

Compiled from: [1][2][3]

Knockout Stage Results

DateTeam 1 Team 2 
 Semi-Finals (3rd & 4th Division)
02.05.03United Kingdom15Ireland16
 Semi-Finals (1st & 2nd Divsion)
03.05.03New Zealand31South africa24
 4th Division Final (7th & 8th Places)
03.05.03Canada1United Kingdom31
 3rd Division Final (5th & 6th Places)
 2nd Division Final (3rd & 4th Places)
04.05.03South Africa27Zimbabwe31
 World Cup Final
04.05.03Australia32New Zealand13




Internet Archive

[1] Polocrosse World Cup 2003 – Wayback Machine (2004) Results – Monday, 28 April [Internet] Available from: http://web.archive.org/web/20040305233815/http://www.polocrosse.com.au:80/worldcup/results_28.htm [Accessed 25 July 2018]

[2] Polocrosse World Cup 2003 – Wayback Machine (2004) Results – Tuesday, 29 April [Internet] Available from: http://web.archive.org/web/20040308201724/http://www.polocrosse.com.au:80/worldcup/results_29a.htm [Accessed 25 July 2018]

[3] Polocrosse World Cup 2003 – Wayback Machine (2004) Results – Thursday, 1 May [Internet] Available from: http://web.archive.org/web/20040308201551/http://www.polocrosse.com.au:80/worldcup/results_1.htm [Accessed 25 July 2018]

[4] Polocrosse World Cup 2003 – Wayback Machine (2004) Results – Friday, 2 May [Internet] Available from: http://web.archive.org/web/20040308201617/http://www.polocrosse.com.au:80/worldcup/results_2.htm [Accessed 25 July 2018]

[5] Polocrosse World Cup 2003 – Wayback Machine (2004) Results – Saturday, 3 May [Internet] Available from: http://web.archive.org/web/20040308201809/http://www.polocrosse.com.au:80/worldcup/results_3.htm [Accessed 25 July 2018]

[6] Polocrosse World Cup 2003 – Wayback Machine (2004) Results – Sunday, 4 May [Internet] Available from: http://web.archive.org/web/20040306000801/http://www.polocrosse.com.au:80/worldcup/results_4.htm [Accessed 25 July 2018]

[7] Polocrosse World Cup 2003 – Wayback Machine (2004) Overview – Welcome [Internet] Available from: http://web.archive.org/web/20040204112450/http://www.polocrosse.com.au:80/worldcup/overview_welcome.htm [Accessed 25 July 2018]

[8] Polocrosse World Cup 2003 – Wayback Machine (2003) Polocrosse World Cup 2003 Logo [Internet] Available from: http://web.archive.org/web/20031203042841im_/http://www.polocrosse.com.au:80/worldcup/images/navTop3.gif [Accessed 25 July 2018]


Thanks to Frank Winters and David Marlborough.

About this document

Researched, compiled and written by Enda Mulcahy for the

Irish North American and World Sports Archive

Last Updated: 21 December 2018

(c) Copyright Enda Mulcahy and INAWSA 2018

You are free to copy this document in whole or part provided that proper acknowledgement is given to the authors. All Rights Resereved.

Published by Enda Mulcahy

I am currently Web Manager for Baseball Ireland. I have been involved in American Football Ireland since 1987 either as a fan (going to the first College Games in Ireland in the 1980s, the Shamrock Bowl or Dublin Tornadoes & Dublin Rebels matches), player (South West Jets Flag Football 1995), Line Judge (IAFL 1996-2003), Chain Crew Member (I was on the Sidelines for the NFL game in Dublin between the Pittsburgh Steelers & Chicago Bears in 1997), Team Manager (Dublin Bay Raptors, IFFL 2018-present), Statistician (I did the stats for Shamrock Bowl X and currently do the stats for the Raptors). I have also played Softball for Marlay Mustangs, represented my school (St. Colmcille's Knocklyon) in Basketball & Olympic Handball, played plenty of Street Soccer, played Badminton for over 30 years (Knocklyon Social Badminton Club), played Croquet in the Annual Trinity SWSS v Green Party Challenge, Ran the Belfield Mile (UCD), played Chess for Trinity in the annual Colours Match, and played a lot of Games and E-Sports (Subbuteo, Fantasy NFL & Madden NFL etc) and have tried most of the sports on this website at least twice. I have a BA in World Development from the Development Studies Centre @ The Holy Ghost College Kimmage and have completed a Professional Qualification in Webmaster level 1 in Web Design at the Irish Academy of Computer Training (The Eirball.ie research Project) both in Dublin, Ireland I could not have done this on my own, however, and the help of friends, co-workers, teachers and family has been significant. Please see the Acknowldegemets section (below the Home Menu Button for a full list of those who have helped, guided or supported me.

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