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By Denise Evans

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  1. Until later, goodbye!

    FT: Uganda 52-43 Scotland

    And with those final words from Uganda coach Nelson Bogere, we'll bid you farewell until we return for Northern Ireland's key clash with Zimbabwe at 15:25 BST.

    Check out the match report from England's demolition of Samoa here and Scotland tight loss to Uganda here.

    Bye for now!

  2. 'We are ready for challenge'

    FT: Uganda 52-43 Scotland

    Uganda assistant coach Nelson Bogere: "We prepared for that game. Scotland are a good team but we managed to win because we really wanted it.

    "Stella Oyella is a goal attack and we have started training her at the centre position, which she played really way. That's two positions she can manage.

    "Of course this is a tournament so the higher you go, the more difficult it comes. But we are ready for the challenge as well."

  3. 'I can play all positions'

    FT: Uganda 52-43 Scotland

    Uganda Player of the Match Stella Oyella: "We really needed that win. It was fantastic. I had to play my game and rescue the team. I put confidence in myself and in my team.

    "I'll be changing positions. I will be playing centre and goal attack because I can play all of those positions."

    That's Oyella's second player of the match performance in a row.

    Remember, she was sent off in Uganda's game against England. Some turnaround.

    Stella Oyella
  4. 'I'm really proud'

    FT: Uganda 52-43 Scotland

    Scotland head coach Gail Parata speaking to Sky Sports: "I'm really proud of them today. The last time we played Uganda we lost by 20 points. We are building.

    "We saw our young players out there today and I'm really proud of them. Emma Barrie is very talented. She is a fast learned.

    "Everything we put out to her she puts into her game. She tried to fight back. We will see how we go. She did a good job today.

    "We are disappointed not to win. We will have to beat Trinidad and Tobago tomorrow then also potentially Jamaica so it will be really hard to finish in the top eight. But we will see how we get on."

    Uganda Scotland
  5. Super shooting

    FT: Uganda 52-43 Scotland

    Solid shooting for both sides today.

    Uganda: 86% (52/60)

    Scotland: 83% 43/52

  6. Scotland finish third

    FT: Uganda 52-43 Scotland

    Scotland will go through as the third best team in Group D. England top the standings after their thrashing over Samoa.

  7. Full-time: Uganda win!

    FT: Uganda 52-43 Scotland

    Scotland worked so hard to stay in touch with Uganda, but the team ranked higher in the world were just too strong.

    Uganda progress to the next round, as do Scotland as the third-place side.

  8. Post update

    Q4: Uganda 51-41 Scotland

    The game is fizzling out now with no way back for the plucky Thistles.

    It's been one of the closest and tense games of the World Cup so far and the crowd has enjoyed every second.

  9. Post update

    Q4: Uganda 50-40 Scotland

    Mary Nuba Cholock's form for Loughborough Lightning in the Superleague is shining through on the internationals stage here.

    Scotland have not given up, they're finding their shooters who get a huge cheer for every goal.

    Three minutes to play.

  10. Post update

    Q5: Uganda 48-38 Scotland

    Uganda moving the ball around smoothly in their shooting third.

    Peace Proscovia slots one home to keep Uganda's lead healthy.

    Is it unassailable now?

    There's five minutes to play in this game

  11. Post update

    Q4: Uganda 47-36 Scotland

    Lynsey Gallagher misses a chance but gets another shot and doesn't make the same mistake again.

    Scotland are pushing for the turnovers they desperately need but they are proving elusive so far.

    11 goals in it. Scotland have a Mount Snowdon-sized mountain to climb

  12. Live scores

    Netball World Cup 2019

    If you want to follow all the other action on day three at the Netball World Cup, you'll find the live scores on this page.

    Remaining Sunday fixtures as follows:

    15:00 BST Australia v Sri Lanka

    15:25 BST Northern Ireland v Zimbabwe

    17:00 BST Jamaica v South Africa

    17:25 BST Trinidad and Tobago v Fiji

  13. Final quarter under way

    Q4: Scotland 34-42 Uganda

    The biggest quarter of the tournament so far for Scotland is under way.

  14. Heavenly Harten

    FT: England 90-24 Samoa

    I cannot tell you just how tough shooting at 100% is on this stage.

    Jo Harten even played at both shooting positions, which is difficult enough in itself as they require different positioning and skills.

    She was the catalyst for the Roses today, and will only get better as the tournament progresses.

    An imposing thought for the opposition but a welcome one for England.

  15. 'That was for Layla'

    FT: England 90-24 Samoa

    Captain Serena Guthrie speaking to Sky Sports: "Our word of the day was enjoyment. The support has been insane here and we just want to soak it up. It was an amazing performance.

    On team spirit and Layla Guscoth's absence: "It's what we pride ourselves on. We are gutted for Layla and we're lucky she's able to stay with us. That was for her and the least we can do for her now is get into the final."

    On Samoa: They play similar to the Kiwis in that they adopt a zone defence, so it was an adjustment for us. It's great to play these styles of play early on to tidy them up towards the business end of the competition.

  16. End of third quarter

    Q3: Uganda 40-33 Scotland

    Two quick goals from young Emma Barrie closed the deficit for Scotland to just four but Uganda GA Stella Oyella kept up her impressive form and remains on a 96% shooting accuracy at the end of the third quarter. Scotland won that quarter 12-11 but still have work to do to in the final 15 minutes.

  17. Post update

    FT: England 90- 24 Samoa

    Jo Harten, who finishes just shy of 100% (40/41) shooting stats, said:

    "That was really fun and we really respect Samoa"

    "It's a shame the crowd didn't turn up today! Just kidding.

    "We're confident in ourselves and it's its insane to play here, we're loving the support they are our eighth player. Thank you so much."

    Jo Harten
  18. 'Harten was outstanding'

    FT: England 90-24 Samoa

    England head coach Tracey Neville: "We were able to keep our composure and keep batting that score out. Congratulations to Samoa, they were able to keep the pressure up.

    "We are missing a player so we have to be more strategic on where we make our changes. At the end of the day, we have to win every game to get to the final.

    "We joked afterwards that Jo Harten knew she was on 100% when she missed that shot! She was outstanding today and we knew we needed that leadership in the circle."

  19. Full-time - England win!

    FT: England 90-24 Samoa

    Huge roars as Jo Harten scores the NINETIETH goal for England.

    The Roses really turned it up a notch in that final quarter, scoring a whopping 25 goals to Samoa's six.

    Head coach Tracey Neville experimented with combinations and it disrupted their momentum for small periods, but England were always in control.

    Samoa showed glimpses of classy play, but were ultimately outclassed.

  20. Scotland leading third quarter

    Q3: Uganda 37-31 Scotland

    Five minutes left of the third quarter. Scotland are clawing Uganda back. They're winning this session 10-8. Much better!

    Emma Barrie