England's netballers have shown they're a much better side than the huge loss in the first test suggested and their 40-38 win over the Silver Ferns in the second test in Dunedin sets up a much more interesting decider in Palmerston North on Saturday than looked likely on Monday
Changes to the midfield combination and a much better performance from goal attack Pamela Cookey helped England regain their timing while a new starting lineup saw the Silver Ferns lose theirs.
England's defenders also stifled the Silver Ferns shooters -- whose success rate was only 70 percent --- and coach Ruth Aitken says the return of Geva Mentor from injury was a timely boost for the visitors.
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