France and Britain won their group deciders today as round-robin action concluded at the International Wheelchair Rugby Federation European Championship Division A in Vejle.
The French beat Sweden 56-38 to make it three wins out of three in Group A, while defending champions Britain defeated hosts Denmark 63-45 to complete a perfect record in Group B at DGI Huset Vejle.
It means France will play Group B runners-up Denmark in the first of the semi-finals before Britain face Group A runners-up Sweden in the second.
Earlier today, Germany and Poland secured third-place finishes in Groups A and B, respectively.
Day 3 results @ the IWRF Euro Championship & tomorrows schedule. https://t.co/sgybyDqQNR— Wheelchair Rugby (@IWRF) August 9, 2019
G9 - POL v SWI - 45-35
G10 - GER v NED - 70-45
G11 - SWE v FRA - 38-56
G12 - GBR v DMK - 63-45
10:00-GER vs. SWI
12:15-POL vs. NED
15:30-FRA vs. DMK
17:45 - GBR vs. SWE pic.twitter.com/BLHmuFsXER
Germany overcame the Netherlands 70-45, while Poland claimed a 45-35 victory over Switzerland.
Tomorrow's semi-finals will be preceded by the placement matches, which pit Germany against Switzerland and Poland against the Netherlands.
The winners of those games will contest the fifth-place playoff and the losers will meet in the seventh-place playoff.
The tournament's finalists will qualify for next year's Paralympic Games in Tokyo, while the third and fourth-place nations will be invited to the final qualification event, scheduled to be held early next year.