Cape Town - South Africa defeated Trinidad and Tobago in their opening game of the Netball World Cup at M&S Bank Arena in Liverpool on Friday.
The Proteas won 76-45 after leading 40-26 at half-time.
Lenize Potgieter, who was named player of the match, was on fire for the Proteas as she scored 42 points, Maryka Holtzhausen scored 18 points and Sigrid Burger shot 16.
South Africa are currently ranked fifth, while Trinidad and Tobago are 10th in the Netball world rankings.
The Proteas next Group C fixture is against Fiji on Saturday, July 13 (18:05 SA time).
South Africa won the silver medal at the world championships in Birmingham in 1995.
Trinidad and Tobago
Proteas 2019 Netball World Cup fixtures
Saturday, July 13
18:05 South Africa vs Fiji
Sunday, July 14
17:45 South Africa vs Jamaica
All matches live on SuperSport SS10
#NWC2019 #SAvTnT | FULL TIME???? South Africa 76-45 Trinidad & Tobago ????Sigi Burger 16/18 (89%)Maryka Holtzhausen 18/22 (82%)Lenize Potgieter 42/43 (98%)Samantha Wallace 18/22 (82%)Jameela McCarthy 5/6 (83%)Kalifa McCollin 11/14 (78%)#SPARProteas #WeAreAllIn— Netball South Africa (@Netball_SA) July 12, 2019