World Wheelchair Rugby: Great Britain beat Denmark to finish fifth
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Great Britain's wheelchair rugby team have finished fifth at the World Championships after beating hosts Denmark 52-48 in Odense.
GB had qualified for the play-off with a 55-45 win over New Zealand on Saturday.
The Danes were leading 15-14 at the end of the first quarter, but GB overturned the lead to take a hard-fought contest.
GB's Ayaz Bhuta, 25, was named player of the tournament as Britain finished as the highest-ranked European team.
A young GB side won five of their seven matches in Denmark, including a pool match victory over the host nation by the same 52-48 scoreline.
|Great Britain at the 2014 World Championships|
|L: GB 46-55 Australia|
|W: GB 54-31 Finland|
|L: GB 58-59 Canada (in overtime)|
|W: GB 52-48 Denmark|
|W: GB 45-43 Belgium|
|W: GB 55-45 New Zealand|
|W: GB 52-48 Denmark (5/6 place play-off)|