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Netball - 13. November 2007.

England Reach World Championships Quarter Finals



Game 24, Pool D: England 62, South Africa 32 - 13 November 2007 » read more
Game 23, Pool A: New Zealand 76, Botswana 20 - 13 November 2007 » read more
Game 22, Pool C: Jamaica 91, Singapore 35 - 13 November 2007 » read more
Game 21, Pool B: Samoa 52, Trinidad & Tobago, 48 - 13 November 2007 » read more
Game 20, Pool C: Cook Islands 42, Fiji 36 - 13 November 2007 » read more
Game 19, Pool B: Australia 93, Scotland 20 - 13 November 2007 » read more
Game 18, Pool D: Barbados 62, Malaysia 38 - 13 November 2007 » read more
Game 17, Pool A: Malawi 55, Wales 52 - 13 November 2007 » read more

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Pamela Cook shoots for England, Karin Venter defends for South Africa.



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Captains Liz Ellis (Australia) and Lesley MacDonald (Scotland) reach low for the ball in the Pool B match won easily by Australia.


photos Micheal Bradley



Englands netballers overcame a feisty South Africa side 62-32 at the New
World Netball World Championships today to set up a quarter final
encounter with Malawi,who earlier defeated Wales 55-52.

In a scrappy first half, England led by ten, only to be pegged back by a
determined South Africa side. However, Geva Mentor and Ama Agbeze put
world class defensive performances to deny South Africa possession, while
Louisa Brownfield was England's shooting sensation, netting 23 goals from
24 attempts in the second half to put the game out of South Africa'sreach.

Coach Marg Caldow was pleased, but believes there is still work to do:
"It's delightful to have qualified - a real relief. It was good to have
the run off against South Africa tonight, because they're a top team and
they certainly put us under the pump there for a while. It was good
preparation as we go up to the next level and definitely gave us a wake up
call."

In other matches today, Scotland, who will be in the 9th-16th place play
offs, lost to Australia 93-20, while New Zealand defeated Botswana 76-20.
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