Ice hockey: Great Britain women beat Korea at Worlds

Great Britain's Chrissy Newman scores against Korea
Great Britain's Chrissy Newman celebrates scoring against Korea

Great Britain Women made it two wins from two matches with a 3-1 victory over Korea in the World Championship in Dumfries.

Chrissy Newman scored twice and Leanne Ganney netted the other, while Samantha Bolwell made 17 saves from 18 shots.

GB beat New Zealand 8-1 in their campaign opener on Tuesday and next face Croatia on Thursday at 20:00 BST.

"They stuck to their game plan and systems and they put in an excellent performance," said coach Cheryl Smith.

"We've made a good start to the tournament and we look forward to a rest day tomorrow where we can recharge our batteries and focus on another massive three games to come."

The second day of division two group A also saw Kazakhstan beat Poland 4-1 and Croatia record a 4-2 victory over New Zealand.

The winners of group A will be promoted to Division 1B - two tiers below the top flight.

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