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Australian Diamonds Defeat Silver Ferns 55-43

Silver Ferns unable to halt fast-finishing Diamonds

Australian Diamonds 55 def Silver Ferns 43

The Silver Ferns were left to rue what might have been after the Australian Diamonds secured the Constellation Cup with a 55-43 win in the third Test in Adelaide on Wednesday.

The result gave the Diamonds a 3-0 lead in the series with one Test to play, in Sydney on Saturday.

Dominant second and fourth quarters set up the Diamonds win with the Silver Ferns unable to build on an impressive third quarter which had put them right back into contention. Both teams slipped in and out of a topsy turvy game, the Silver Ferns eventually paying the price.

Read the full match report on silverferns.co.nz

CHAMPION DATA MATCH STATISTICS: click here

MVP: Courtney Bruce (AUS)

Quarter-by-Quarter Scores
SILVER FERNS Q1: 10 – Q2: 19 (9) – Q3: 34 (15) – Q4: 43 (9)
AUS DIAMONDS | Q1: 12 – Q2: 30 (18) – Q3: 38 (8) – Q4: 55 (17)

Shooting Statistics
SILVER FERNS
Mes: 16/17 @ 94%
Tutaia: 16/20 @ 80%
Selby-Rickit: 11/15 @ 73%

AUS DIAMONDS
Bassett: 29/31 @ 94%
Pettitt: 2/2 @ 100%
Wood: 14/18 @ 78%
Thwaites: 10/13 @ 77%

Starting Line-ups
SILVER FERNS GS Mes, GA Tutaia, WA Crampton, C Francois, WD Sinclair, GD Grant, GK Jury
AUS DIAMONDS | GS Bassett, GA Pettitt, WA Watson, C Ravaillion, WD Simpson, GD Brandley, GK Bruce

Positional Changes
SILVER FERNS
Q2 stoppage: GS Selby-Rickit, WD Cullen
Q2 stoppage: C Sinclair, WA Francois
Q2 stoppage: GK Fakahokotau
Q3: GA Mes
Q4 stoppage: GS Tutaia, C Cullen, WD Grant, GD Fakahokotau, GK Jury

AUS DIAMONDS
Q2: GA Wood
Q3 stoppage: GD Weston
Q4: C Moloney, GS Thwaites


SILVER FERNS TEAM - CONSTELLATION CUP
Katrina Grant (captain)
Maria Tutaia (vice-captain)
Gina Crampton
Kayla Cullen
Temalisi Fakahokotau
Shannon Francois
Kelly Jury
Bailey Mes
Te Paea Selby-Rickit
Samantha Sinclair
Whitney Souness (withdrawn due to family reasons)
Jane Watson
Maia Wilson

ENDS


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