It took until the final match of the preliminary rounds, but the semi finalists at the women’s BDO Hockey Junior World Cup have been decided with four of the powerhouse nations in line to take the title on Sunday.
In another incredible round, all six matches in Pool E and F had a direct bearing on the semi final qualifiers, providing an edge to all contests as momentum and favouritism swung from one team to the other throughout the course of the day.
That result gave
Despite having more than enough opportunities to push for the required margin,
Needing only a draw to qualify,
Of the other teams in Pool F,
With Pool F settled, it was Pool E’s turn to take centre stage and it did not disappoint. The first act was
Waiting in the wings was
With that result falling perfectly in their favour,
That result eliminated
The tournament has a rest day tomorrow (Thursday 22 September) before the semi final action on Friday.
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