Action continued today at the WCF World Mixed Doubles Qualification Event in Scotland ©WCF

Denmark and Germany continued their perfect starts to the World Curling Federation World Mixed Doubles Qualification Event in Scotland today, registering a further two wins each in Group A.

The Danish duo of Christine and Martin Groenbech beat Kosovo's Eldena Dakaj and Peter Andersen 9-1 before defeating Guyana's Farzana Hussain and Rayad Husain 7-5 at the Greenacres Curling Club near Howwood.

Pia-Lisa Schöll and Klaudius Harsch of Germany, meanwhile, overcame Hussain and Husain 11-5 prior to beating Wales' Heather Russell and Michael Thackray 9-1.

Both Denmark and Germany have improved their records in Group A to three wins out of three.

China, 11-2 winners over Ukraine, are third with one win and one loss.

Wales are joint fourth with Ukraine, who they defeated 13-6 today.

In Group B, France and Turkey are tied for first place on two wins out of two.

France beat Saudi Arabia 10-1, while Turkey defeated Ireland 10-4.

Ireland and Romania share third spot on two wins and one loss, with the former having overcome Brazil 10-7 and the latter having beaten Saudi Arabia 13-4 and Belgium 7-3.

Belgium preceded that loss by defeating Brazil 9-7.

Italy and The Netherlands are sitting pretty in Groups C and D ©WCF
Italy and The Netherlands are sitting pretty in Groups C and D ©WCF

Italy lead the way in Group C after making it two wins out of two by overcoming Latvia 9-5.

They are followed by Hong Kong, Latvia and Chinese Taipei on two wins and one loss.

Hong Kong lost 9-6 to Chinese Taipei before beating Slovenia 10-3, while Latvia bounced back from their loss against Italy to defeat Kazakhstan 7-5.

Chinese Taipei's second outing of the day saw them overcome Poland 8-4.

Today's one other match in Group C ended in an 8-4 victory for Poland against Slovenia.

In Group D, The Netherlands occupy top spot with two wins out of two after beating Slovakia 10-8.

Austria, Belarus and South Korea are tied for second place on two wins and one loss.

South Korea defeated Lithuania 8-2 and Belarus 7-3, while Austria lost 9-2 to Belarus before overcoming Lithuania 8-5.

Slovakia sit in fifth place following an 11-3 victory over Nigeria.

The final four places for next year’s World Mixed Doubles Curling Championship, due to take place in Canadian city Kelowna from April 18 to 25, are up for grabs in Scotland.