JOHANNESBURG – One game separates the Proteas from a semi-final berth at the Netball World Cup in Liverpool as they look to prevail over Uganda tonight.
The South African women have their tails up following a stellar start to the global showpiece, boasting an unbeaten run of four victories.
The team has been in ruthless form, with their final group-match victory over world number two side Jamaica raising hopes of South Africa going all the way.
The Proteas are on course to emulate the class of 1995 that defied the odds to reach the final in Birmingham, where they won the silver medal after losing to Australia in the final of the Netball World Championship.
Jamaica’s hopes of qualifying for the semi-finals suffered another blow on Monday with a 56-48 defeat to England.