Jamaica beat Scotland, South Africa next

July 15, 2017
Jamaica centre Taishai Pryce (right) goes for ball ahead of Scotland centre Rachel Eynon in their World Youth Cup game in Botswana yesterday.
Jamaica goal shooter Simone Gordon (right) collects ball ahead of Scotland defenders Susan Macphails (GK) and Bethany Sutherland (GD) in their World Youth Cup game in Botswana yesterday.
Jamaica wing attack Titanya Blackstock (left) collects high ahead of Savannah Antoine of Scotland in their World Youth Cup game in Botswana yesterday.
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Jamaica's Under 21 team defeated Scotland 58-45 in their latest game at the Netball World Youth Cup 2017 in Gabarone, Botswana yesterday.

The Jamaicans will play their next match tomorrow against South Africa for the fifth-and sixth-place positions.

The South Africans advanced to the play-off after defeating fellow African team Uganda 59-34.

Meanwhile Malaysia defeated Sri Lanka 57-53, Singapore stopped Grenada 68-55, and hosts Botswana edged Samoa 55-53.

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