The Proteas Netball team bared their teeth in their opening World Cup match against Trinidad and Tobago romping to a 76-45 victory in Liverpool on Friday evening.
The match was evenly poised in the first quarter with the South Africans managing to get their noses in front taking a four-point into the second period.
The Proteas turned up the pressure with the dangerous trio of Erin Burger, Bongi Msomi and Maryka Holtzhausen creating chaos for the Islanders. Slick passing into circle provided the shooters with a plethora of opportunities.
Goal shooter Lenize Potgieter and Holtzhausen relished the chances at goal and hardly missing a beat with some metronomic shooting.
South Africa extended the lead to a 14-point advantage going into the half-time break with Trinidad and Tobago looking to stanch the bleeding.