Tri-Series Netball: England rout Trinidad and Tobago to book final spot
Last Updated: 27/10/13 9:11pm
Sara Bayman impressed for England against Trinidad and Tobago
England booked their place in the Tri-Series final after a comprehensive rout of Trinidad and Tobago in Port Elizabeth.
England, who had beaten hosts South Africa in their opening game, never looked back from a fast start - with Anna Mayes' side going on to record a 56-24 victory.
England, who have been unbeaten in 2013 after celebrating clean sweeps over Australia and the Proteas, led 16-2 after the first quarter.
Trinidad raised their game in the second quarter but they just couldn't turn the tide as England opened up a 30-10 lead.
With Pamela Cookey, Sara Bayman, Eboni Beckford-Chambers, Jade Clarke and Kadeen Corbin all impressing England were able to move through the gears and extend their advantage to 43-17 with 15 minutes remaining.
Despite Mayes shuffling her side around England were able to close out the match in emphatic style - with Trinidad having a player sent off for persistent foul play.
England will look to record a 13th victory of the year when they face South Africa in the final, live on Sky Sports 4 HD from 4.15pm on Friday.