Sri Lanka and hosts Singapore qualified for the 2019 Netball World Cup by winning their semi-final clashes today at the Asian qualifying tournament.
With two spots available at the flagship event in English city Liverpool, both last four winners knew they would be assured of a berth.
The Sri Lankans kept up their fine form at the OCBC Arena, seeing off the challenge of Hong Kong.
They won 55-46 to maintain their 100 per cent record at the tournament, which has been played using a double group format.
👏🇱🇰A super Sri Lanka performance secures their place at the 2019 World Cup in Liverpool after a well-fought 55-46 victory over Hong Kong. 🎉#NWC2019 #WorldCup #Qualifier #Asia pic.twitter.com/yE4pShS5XW— INF (@IntNetball) September 8, 2018
Hosts Singapore proved too strong for Malaysia in their semi-final, winning 51-43.
The Asian qualifiers follow Barbados and Trinidad and Tobago who booked their place in Liverpool through the Americas tournament last week.
No final will be played at the Singapore tournament.