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TOWSON, MARYLAND(SMI-WOMEN-SPORTS, JUNE 29-JULY 09, 2022)-Twenty-teams competed in 10-action games Today (Sunday July 03,) with Canada, Czech Republic, Puerto Rico, Haudenosaunee and Ireland claiming victories on day-5, of the 2022 Women's world lacrosse championship taking place at Towson University in Baltimore, Maryland.

The Czech Republic overpower Mexico 14-6, in Today's action, outscoring the Mexican 13-2, in three separate scoring run  (5-1, 4-1, 4-0) in the first three quarters  to put the game out of reach, and sealed the win for the Czechs.
With the victory, the Eastern Europeans improved to 3-0, overall record and remain first in the standings of group F with one game left prior to the playoff rounds next week. The Czechs were led by Isabelle Martire and Michaela Srchova who scored 4-goals each in the win.

In Group A, Canada beat England 13-8, in a high level game from start to finish
overcoming the deficit of 0-2,  with a 6-2, scoring run in the second quarter and netting six consecutive goals in a span of 15-minutes between the third and fourth quarter to defeats the English in the much anticipated game.

With the victory, the Canadians improves to 2-1, overall record, sharing second place with the British who have 2-1, record as well behind United States who are 3-0, and first place in the standings.Canada were led by Madalyn Baxter,Erica Evans,Annabel Child, And Dana Dobbie who scored two-goals each and Alie Jimerson added three goals in the win.

Also in group A, Australia defeated Scotland 17-4, for their first win of the tournament and occupied fourth place in the standings.

In group B, Puerto Rico and the Netherlands claimed victories behind Israel who lead the standings with a 3-0, overall record. The Puerto Ricans who made their debut this year at the Women's World Championship defeated Norway 12-4, outperforming the Nordics  36-10, in shots, 15-7, in ground balls and winning 15-5, in the draw control.With the victory, Puerto Rico improves to 3-1 and were led by Delaney Rodriguez-Shaw, Adriana Nojaim and Natalie Pansini who scored two-goals each and Maria Pansini contributed with 3-goals to secure the win.

-The other team in group B, the Netherlands overpower Korea Republic 12-5, outscoring the Koreans 9-2, in two separate scoring drive; 5-1, between 2nd and third quarter and 4-1, run in the fourth quarter to improve to 2-1, overall record and take third place in the standings. The Dutch were led by Dieke Spitzen, Sarah Sweerts De Landas Wyborg, Imke De Hann, Melie Van Digit and Sofie Koedood with two goals apiece in the victory.

Haudenosaunee defeated Switzerland 20-7, while China upended Argentina 11-10, in group E. The Haudenosaunees scored 10th consecutive goals between the 2nd and 3rd quarter to rout the Swiss and improve their record 2-1, and take second place in the standings behind Japan who is undefeated 3-0, and in first place.
The Haudenosaunee were led by Miya Scanian with 5-goals, Wynter Jock added 4-goals, Lois Garlow netted 3-goals while Jacelyn Lazore and Fawn Porter contributed with 2-goals each in the win.

China overcame Argentina 11-10, and claimed their second victory to improve
2-2 , overall record and take third place in the standings in group E.The Chinese
were led by Shannon Brazier, Charlotte Sawicki and Mary Gormley who scored three goals each in the victory.

Find below the final scores of day 5/Sunday July 03, and Monday July 4, 2022 Schedule


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