Stars trio put Danes in final

Stars trio Kenneth Bjerre, Niels-Kristian Iversen and debutant Mads Korneliussen were celebrating on Saturday as Denmark stormed into the World Cup final in Vojens.

The hosts triumphed with 50 points, Korneliussen their joint top scorer with 12 points, while Bjerre scored 11 and Iversen five. Sweden finished second on 48, with Australia third on 47. Germany were eliminated after finishing fourth on nine.

Sweden and Australia will join the second- and third-placed sides from event two at King's Lynn tonight in the race-off at Gorzow on Thursday, the top two qualifying for the final.

Scores: Denmark 50 (N Pedersen 10, B Pedersen 12, Bjerre 11, Iversen 5, Korneliussen 12) Sweden 48 (Jonsson 11, Lindgren 10, Lindback 12, Davidsson 8, Jonasson 7), Australia 47 (Crump 11, Ward 13, Batchelor 4, Schlein 5, Holder 14), Germany 9 (Wolbert 2, Dilger 4, Busch 1, Schultz 2, Kroner 0).


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