Scotland national korfball team

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Scotland
Scotland korfball.png
AssociationScottish Korfball Association
IKF membership2007 (1946 as BKA)
IKF codeSCO Scotland
IKF rank16 (Jan. 2017)
European Championships
Appearances2
First appearance2010
Best result14th, 2018
European Bowl
Appearances3
First appearance2007
Best result2nd (west), 2009
http://www.scotlandkorfball.co.uk/

The Scotland National Korfball Team is managed by the Scottish Korfball Association (SKA), representing Scotland in korfball international competitions. It entered in competition in 2007, when the Great Britain National Korfball Team was split in 3 teams: England, Wales and Scotland.

Tournament History[edit]

European Championships[1]
Year Championship Host Classification
2010 European Championship Netherlands 15th
2018 European Championship Netherlands 14th
European Bowl
Year Championship Host Classification
2007 2nd European Bowl[2] Luxembourg 4th place (West)
2009 3rd European Bowl[3] Luxembourg (West) 2nd place (West)
2013 4th European Bowl[4] Slovakia (West) 3rd place (West)

Current Squad[edit]

  • Nicol Harrow (vc)
  • Joanna Cook
  • Jen Merritt
  • Jena Connolly
  • Rachel Pennington
  • Rebecca Fitch
 
  • Kyle Crombie (c)
  • Alex Forrest
  • Angus Davidson
  • Calum Lindsay
  • David Wiseman
  • George Rourke
  • Jimmy Seymour
  • Coach: Johan Oosterling
  • Assistant Coach: Bas Harland
  • Team Manager: Graham Robertson

National Team in the 2013 European Bowl

  • Eleanor Gaunt
  • Sarah McKeand
  • Andrea Kinver
  • Natasha Lynch
  • Rebecca Louise Pratt
  • Emma Stanley
  • Nicol Van Rijbroek
 
  • Mike Brayne
  • Kyle Crombie
  • Angus Davidson
  • Daniel Pratt
  • Erik Rustenburg
  • Elliot Samson
  • John Wright
  • Official Coach: Johan Oosterling
  • Team Manager: Mary Cooper

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "The history of the IKF European Championship" (PDF). IKF. Archived from the original (PDF) on 20 September 2013. Cite uses deprecated parameter |deadurl= (help)
  2. ^ "Wales win European Bowl western division". IKF. 14 May 2007. Archived from the original on 4 August 2012. Cite uses deprecated parameter |deadurl= (help)
  3. ^ "European Bowl 2009". Korfballworld. Archived from the original on 15 December 2009. Cite uses deprecated parameter |deadurl= (help)
  4. ^ "Three qualifiers for the 2014 IKF European Korfball Championships". IKF. 9 June 2013. Archived from the original on 21 January 2014. Cite uses deprecated parameter |deadurl= (help)

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