Uganda National Netball team, She Cranes, has thrashed Scotland 52-43 in their third game of the Netball World Cup ongoing in Liverpool England.
After the Sunday game, Uganda progress to the next round, as do Scotland as the third-place side in Group D.
England top the standings after their thrashing over Samoa 90-24 in their third game.
Sunday is the final day of the round-robin first preliminary stage, with all 16 teams in action.
Jamaica will take on South Africa, ranked fifth in the world, at 17:00 BST, while Trinidad and Tobago face Fiji at 17:25 while Northern Ireland face Zimbabwe at 15:25.
Australia take on Sri Lanka at 15:00 BST, after New Zealand play Singapore at 09:00 and Malawi meet Barbados at 09:25.
world’s top-ranked side Australia recorded a huge win over Zimbabwe to go top of Group A with 73-37.
Four-time world champions New Zealand won 78-25 against Barbados, while Malawi beat Singapore 87-38.
England beat Scotland 70-34 while Uganda claimed their first win with a 69-48 victory over Samoa.
Northern Ireland bounced back from their heavy defeat by Australia on Friday to secure a 67-50 win over Sri Lanka as captain Caroline O’Hanlon earned her 100th Test cap.
Later on Saturday, the world’s second-ranked team Jamaica beat Trinidad and Tobago 68-43 and South Africa beat Fiji 90-35 in Group C.