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Water polo: first Brazilian victory by ladies, Japan beat Kazakhstan

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In women's water polo tournament Brazil will play for the 13th place against Japan after beating the Republic of South Africa on Saturday morning.

For 13th-16th places

W25

Brazil-South Africa 10-5 (3-1, 2-1, 3-1, 2-2)
Hajós Alfréd Swimming Complex, referees: Ni (CHN), Daners (URU)
Brazil: Chamorro – Abla 5, Zablith 4, Cardoso, Dias 1, Bahia, Duarte. Subs.: Amaral, Ferreira, Bruzzo, Belorio. Head coach: Eduardo Alba
South Africa: Nixon – Penny, Paley 1, Schooling, Hallendorf 2, Barret, White 1. Subs.: Thomas (goalkeeper), Faulman, Wessels 1, Keeny, Smit, Manson. Head coach: Samuel Gareth

Photos: David Madar

Brazil grabbed easy win thus they will play for the 13th place. At the previous World Championships in Kazan South American team finished tenth so apparently they will not repeat it this time.

W26

Japan-Kazakhstan 17-8 (3-1, 2-1, 7-4, 5-2)
Hajós Alfréd Swimming Complex, referees: Garibaldi (ITA), Brooks (NZL)
Japan: Aoki – Magariyama 1, Vakanove 4, Inaba 2, Hosoya, Jokumoto, Suzuki 1. Subs.: Shiyoma (kapus), Arima 4, Kayama 2, Yamamoto 2, Mirgama 1, Moro. Head coach: Katho Hideo
Kazakhstan: Akilbayeva – Raitev, Tuvova 1, Zakirova, Novikova 1, Murshina 4, Mussarova. Subs.: Myrzabekova 2, Zharkimbayeva, Roga, Saichuk, Yevemina. Head coach: Andrey Sazykin

Matches for the quarterfinals

Saturday, July 22,
W27 17:30 - Canada-New Zealand
W28 19:00 - China-Spain
W29 20:30 - Netherlands-Russia
W30 22:00 - France-Australia

In the quarter-finals:

Monday, July 24:
W35 14:50 - Italy-Netherlands / Russia
W36 16:10 - United States-France / Australia
W37 20:30 - Hungary-Canada / New Zealand
W38 22:00 - Greece-China / Spain

For 15th place:

W31 09:30 – South Africa-Kazakhstan

For 13th place:

W32 10:50 – Brazil-Japan