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WINNERS: England with their trophy after success against Malawi

AMB: What are your thoughts about the Series win?

KC: Malawi came out with a lot of fight. It was just about starting strong and staying strong.

AMB: What do you need to do to improve your game?

KC: I’m happy with the way I played. There is always more to improve. There are errors that I made at crucial times, so it’s a case of reining those in.

AMB: How confident are you that you’ll make the team for the 2018 Commonwealth Games in Australia? Is this a big goal that you’re working towards?

KC: I’m always working towards the Commonwealth Games. I think these steps, these games that we’re playing now are just stepping stones for that, so the more confident, the more games you get under your belt. Whatever happens, happens and I’m absolutely excited to just play for this country.

AMB: There’s a great camaraderie between the team. Is this something the management have worked on?

KC: We’re all about having fun as a group and having the togetherness. So, as you can see we have fun on and off court. As long as we can keep that going, anything can happen. We have more energy when we have fun on the court and it showed. I’m happy we had that fun and I’m happy with the win.

AMB: What was your opinion on Malawi?

AA: They are a team that when they have possession, they slowly work it and get a goal. We needed to put them under more pressure to win the ball.

AMB: Malawi are in your group for the Commonwealth Games. What pointers did you pick up?

AA: Malawi play unconventionally. There are other teams in the world who play quite similar. They throw the ball to places that you wouldn’t expect them to throw the ball to; like it’s being launched off the side line, then pull it in and give it to one of their team mates. It’s good to get a feel about how they play, so that we can analyse what to do against them in the Commonwealth Games.

AMB: Malawi are in your group for the Commonwealth Games. What pointers did you pick up?

AA: Malawi play unconventionally. There are other teams in the world who play quite similar. They throw the ball to places that you wouldn’t expect them to throw the ball to; like it’s being launched off the side line, then pull it in and give it to one of their team mates. It’s good to get a feel about how they play, so that we can analyse what to do against them in the Commonwealth Games.

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