Amy Conroy led the way once more as Great Britain made it two wins from two at the Wheelchair World Basketball Championships with a 72-45 success against Brazil.

The 25-year-old was a standout in a thrilling opening victory against Canada, and she quickly found her rhythm on her way to a 28 points in this dominant success.

Britain led from the off, opening up an 18-12 lead by the end of the first quarter against a Brazilian team who fell to Australia in their first match.

They extended that advantage in the second quarter and by half-time had built a comfortable 37-25 lead over their South American opponents.

Conroy was not just punishing Brazil with her scoring, she also had a big influence on the boards with nine rebounds, the most of any player in the match.

As ever, Helen Freeman controlled play for the Brits, racking up 19 assists as Brazil struggled to shut down the British attack.

Helen Freeman. Getty Images

Laurie Williams chipped in with 12 points, after the 14 she managed against Canada, and Britain stretched away to a 27-point win.

That moves them back to the top of Pool A after two matches with an encounter against Spain next up.

The Spanish are still searching for their first victory after heavy losses to both the Netherlands and Canada.

A win for Britain would effectively book their place in the quarter-finals with two matches still to play.

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