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Australia v Mexico highlights | 2014 IWBF Women's World Wheelchair Basketball Championships

Unlike against France on Sunday, Australia started out strong with a 10-2 run to start the game before taking a 21-2 lead after 10 minutes. That lead was stretched to 37-10 by the half. A balanced second half attack, including 35 points off the bench contributed to Australia's success the rest of the way. For Australia's head coach Tom Kyle, he doesn't feel as though his team has had to change much since losing to the USA on the World Championships opening day. "Well, I don't think there has been any difference," Kyle said. "We're still not hitting our straps, we're still not playing as well as we can play, I think it is just a matter of getting in a rhythm and at the moment, we're still not quite finding that, we will, the girls are upbeat, they're strong, they just need to play some more tough games and they'll be fine on the day." Australia has a tough test to finish the round robin on Day 5 with a 20:00 matchup against the Netherlands. Mexico will search for their first win with a game against Peru at 8:00. For more information please visit 2014wheelchairbasketball.com- See more at: http://dashboard.sendtonews.com/dashboard?SK=LDJjuylkYc&action=EMBEDLINK&refurl=8#sthash.BCzu4pWW.dpuf