New Zealand can’t think long about their defeat against the Czech Republic. It goes straight on against Belgium. And here the World Cup participant with the longest journey successfully starts, wins the first set 11:4. With 11:8 New Zealand qualifies for the President´s Cup final tomorrow. Belgium takes place eleven at their first World Championship.
Louise Thayer (NZL): Playing our last game tomorrow should be really fun. We are looking forward to it. We are looking forward to a nice, close game with the Czechs. It was very close today and the girls are pretty excited.
Sander Koyen, Coach (BEL): The team was motivated throughout the entire championship, I don’t really have to do anything. We have a great group of girls who get along great. What motivated them the most was the fact that they made so much progress every day. The difference between the first and the last game is huge. They made so much progress, I am so proud of them. New Zealand is a great opponent, they did not play dirty or anything. We had great ralleys in this match.