Jamaica wrap up 3-0 whitewash against England Roses
By Raz Mirza
Last Updated: 16/10/18 3:27pm
Jamaica put a dampener on Ama Agbeze winning her 100th England cap by easing to a 3-0 clean-sweep in the Sunshine Series.
Head coach Tracey Neville made a number of changes to her starting line-up for the dead rubber with the Sunshine Girls having already secured an unassailable lead in the three-match series.
The Roses were aiming to add a bit of respectability to the scoreline, but goal machine Jhaniele Fowler put pay to that as the hosts sealed a comprehensive 58-43 win.
England's attack of Sasha Corbin, Chelsea Pitman, Kadeen Corbin and Ellie Cardwell allowed the visitors to stay in touch early in the first quarter before Jamaica built a 16-10 lead.
George Fisher and Nat Panagarry were introduced mid-way through the second quarter, but some clinical finishing from the Sunshine Girls enabled them to establish a nine-goal lead at the beak, 30-21.
Young defender Razia Quashie came into the Roses side for the second half, although it was Jamaica who flew out the traps with Fowler handing Jamaica a healthy 46-34 cushion.
And the fourth-ranked team in the world stretched away in the final quarter to come away with an impressive series win and send out a warning to their rivals ahead of next year's World Cup in Liverpool.
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