FIJI is on track to maintaining its ninth position at the World Youth Netball Championship in Scotland.
This is after the Baby Pearls defeated Namibia 67-49 for the second time in the tournament. The win is Fiji's fourth win from six games.
Coming off a great performance yesterday against Singapore, the Namibians had a tough time in the office against the Fijians.
Namibia coach Edward Pienaar said he did not know what happened to his players.
"It's a roller coaster. One minute they are up, one minute they are down. Yesterday's game was quite aggressive and today the spark was just not there," he told Planet Netball.
Namibia captain Delila Keja said they committed unforced errors in the tough encounter.
"We tried to minimise our mistakes," Keja said.
"I think with Fiji this time we did good."
Fiji started well in the opening quarter and led 21-13.
Coach Unaisi Rokoura said their game plan was to have a good start. Fijian captain Raijeli Daveua applauded the effort of her girls for another fine display against Namibia.
"I feel excited about the win," she said.
"I think the girls gave their best and it was a step up performance from them."
The tough defender said it would a be huge battle against Samoa in their final match.
"Samoa is a good team. We will not underestimate them."