Great Britain beat Japan today to make a successful start to the defence of their title at the International Wheelchair Basketball Federation Women’s Under-25 World Championships in Suphanburi.
Madeleine Thompson top-scored with 18 points as Britain claimed a 47-30 win at Suphanburi Stadium.
Joining them in securing an opening-day Pool A victory were South Africa, who defeated hosts Thailand 35-16.
In Pool B, there were wins for Australia and the United States.
Australia overcame Germany 55-37, while the US triumphed 70-16 at the expense of Turkey.
Action in Suphanburi is due to continue tomorrow.
In Pool A, South Africa face Japan and Britain meet Thailand.
The US go up against Germany in the day's first Pool B clash before Australia do battle with Turkey.
Round-robin action is due to run through to Saturday (May 25).
Each team will play their pool opponents once.