Close but…

Despite a heavy loss against Finland today Germany did manage to come out victorious in the Qudrangular Match at Costa Ballena. England was looking very good halfway against Spain having won all three foursome matches before the lunch break. A tougher afternoon meant that the two teams tied on 4.5 points each and a total of 3 points for the tournament.  As England had scored half a point more against Germany it was England in 2nd and Spain in 3rd. Finland finished 4th and was ironically the only team to beat Germany. By a convincing 7-2 as well!

Final results:

1. Germany 4

2. England 3

3. Spain 3

4. Finland 2

Full match results are available here.

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