Netball World Cup 2015: Jamaica beat Uganda to keep hopes alive

Jamaica's Stacian Facey in action against New Zealand
Jamaica are ranked fourth in the world
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Jamaica kept alive their hopes of reaching the semi-finals of the Netball World Cup with a 59-47 win over Uganda.

The victory was Jamaica's first in the qualifying round as the fourth-ranked team in the world moved level on points with Malawi.

Their meeting on Friday will now decide which country advances to the last four behind Pool E leaders New Zealand.

Scotland lost 48-42 to Fiji in Pool H, finishing second ahead of the play-off round to decide their final placing.

Elsewhere Trinidad & Tobago beat Samoa 67-47 in Pool G, while Barbados beat Sri Lanka 67-33 in Pool H.

England and South Africa meet on Friday to see who will follow host nation Australia into the semi-finals from Pool F.

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