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Jamaica and Malawi to play off for Fifth place

Jamaica and Malawi have advanced into the fifth-place play-off at the Vitality Netball World Cup. Jamaica overcame tournament debutants Zimbabwe 77-47, while Malawi beat Uganda 55-44. The teams will now contest the fifth-place play-off on Sunday. Results from session 16 matches: Zimbabwe 47-77 Jamaica Malawi 55-44 Uganda Upcoming: Tomorrow – the tournament’s penultimate day –

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Samoa and Sri Lanka win their final World Cup games

Samoa claimed 13th place at the Vitality Netball World Cup while Sri Lanka secured 15th as both teams completed their campaigns today. The morning’s action saw 13th-16th positions decided, with Samoa beating Fiji (the competition’s 14th-place finishers) 53-42, and Sri Lanka defeating Singapore (who finish winless and in 16th place) 78-57. That match was notable

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England advance to Netball World Cup Semi-Finals

England and South Africa both confirmed their place in the Vitality Netball World Cup semi-finals today, by extending their unbeaten runs in the competition to five games. England coach Tracey Neville chose to experiment with her line-up throughout the Roses’ clash with Trinidad and Tobago, with her much-changed team eventually running out 72-46 winners. Trinidad

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Australia and New Zealand qualify for World Cup semi-finals

Australia and New Zealand recorded commanding wins to qualify for the semi-finals of the Vitality Netball World Cup today. Both sides have progressed through the competition unruffled so far, and that continued as New Zealand beat Northern Ireland 77-28 and Australia defeated Malawi 74-25. The two sides meet on Thursday morning in a match which

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