Third day is over in The World Games 2017 Korfball Competition. The Netherlands and Chinese Taipei have ended first of their groups with 3 wins, and they will play the semi-finals against Germany (20:45) and Belgium (19:00) respectively on Monday. Fighting for 5th place, China – Great Britain at 13:30, and Poland vs. Australia at 15:15.
After Day 3, these are the results and final ranking pools.
Today’s 1st game between Australia and The Netherlands ended with a clear victory in favour of the Dutch by 10-30.
Belgium and China played the 2nd game, which also finished with a smashing 36-13. The 6-0 in the first 4 minutes clearly showed the path for an easy game for the Belgians.
The game of the day was Great Britain vs. Germany. As expected, another great and exciting korfball match, decided in the last 2 minutes. Intense, vibrating and decisive as usual when these two great squads play one against the other.
The last match of the day was Poland vs. Chinese Taipei. The power of the Asian team was decisive and gave no options to the local team, that improved its scoring during the 2nd half, providing good goals to the big crowd that attented the game.
Monday, July 24th, it’s going to be a great day for korfball, with very interesting semi-finals. Enjoy them all!
You can watch live all Day 4 games on www.worldkorfball.org, with statistics, top scorers and much more.
Here you have the Youtube playlist with all the games scheduled to be played on Monday, July 24th.
TWG 2017 DAY 4 IMAGES, by Marco Spelten Actiefotografie.nl
All images, reports, interviews, videos and curiosities will be available live 24/7 on IKF social media profiles (and via hashtags #TWG2017 #korfball):
More info, tournament rules, updated schedule and more on TWG 2017 Korfball Event
The World Games 2017 official website: www.theworldgames2017.com/en
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