Netball World Cup 2019: England thrash Samoa to top group D
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England ended the first preliminary stage of the Netball World Cup as Workers D winners with a 90-24 resolve over Samoa.
The Roses were guilty all by, main by 32 objectives at half-time and ending with the supreme margin of victory to this level within the competition.
At 14th within the rankings, Samoa are 11 locations below England.
Even supposing they confirmed quality within the third quarter of the match, they would well presumably not gain consistency, and fabricate bottom of the neighborhood without a level.
England include three wins from three games and growth from Workers D alongside with Uganda and Scotland.
The 2nd stage of the tournament aspects two groups and simplest the discontinue two teams from every qualify for the semi-finals.
Groups simplest play countries they include not already advance up in opposition to within the first neighborhood stage, and their previous outcomes are carried by to the 2nd share.
This implies England, Scotland and Uganda will battle for a notify within the closing four in opposition to Jamaica, South Africa and both Trinidad and Tobago or Fiji.
Samoa now stagger into the play-offs for thirteenth to 16th notify.
The bag in Sunday’s match at Liverpool Arena confirmed England’s dominance, especially in assault, as shooter Jo Harten scored all but one of her 41 attempts, her simplest miss coming three minutes sooner than the closing whistle.
With the by no blueprint having a perceive in jeopardy, head coach Tracey Neville changed into as soon as ready to mix up her on-court docket line-up and give ride to younger gamers at the side of centre Natalie Panagarry and defender Fran Williams.
“It changed into as soon as a in point of fact optimistic efficiency,” Neville suggested BBC Sport. “They wished to exit and revel in themselves.
“There include been some things we wished and so that they went in point of fact smartly. We were strategic in our combos and the younger gamers received self assurance because the game went on.”
England will wish to play their closing World Cup suits with a squad of 11, after a tournament-ending harm to Layla Guscoth.
The section-time doctor snapped her Achilles in Saturday’s victory over Scotland and she returned to the sphere 24 hours later on crutches to see the Roses resolve yet again.
“That one changed into as soon as for Layla, in a technique,” added Neville. “When we purchased it confirmed it changed into as soon as highly emotional, extra for the athlete herself other than the netballer.
“After the stellar season she’s had, to include her World Cup marketing and marketing campaign discontinue early is gutting. It changed into as soon as emotional closing evening but we include woken up this morning with the energy we include continuously purchased.”
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