Sep 13, 4 years ago

Sri Lanka through to final with 57–42 win over Hong Kong

Sri Lanka through to final with 57–42 win over Hong Kong

Sri Lanka beat Hong Kong 57-42 in the 2nd semi-final, which saw the two teams separated by a mere point (24-23 in Sri Lanka’s favour) at half-time. Sri Lankan captain and Goal Attack, Shashika Samarasinghe, said, “It will be a tight game tomorrow. At the last Asian Championships, they (Singapore) won it by one point. My girls will do their best … to win the championship this time.”

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In the 1st semi final defending champions, Singapore managed to win over Malaysia 46-39.

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The final scheduled to be start at 4:00pm onwards tomorrow at the OCBC Arena.

Mission Foods Asian Netball Championships Fixtures for tomorrow (14th September):

10am – 7th/8th Playoff Brunei vs Japan

12pm – 5th/6th Playoff India vs Chinese Taipei

2pm – 3rd/4th Playoff Malaysia vs Hong Kong

4pm – Finals Singapore vs Sri Lanka

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