Janet McLachlan poured in 27 points and 17 rebounds to lead Canada over China 76-53 at the 2014 women's world wheelchair basketball championship on Sunday.

McLachlan's third double-double of the tournament helped the host nation remain perfect through three days of competition.

Cindy Ouellet was a rebound shy of a triple-double, scoring 20 points, 12 assists and nine boards for a new personal best in major tournament play.

"It was a really good team win," Ouellet said. "(Our teamwork) has been pretty incredible. We just have really great team chemistry."

Yong Qing Fu led China with 15 points and nine rebounds, Yun Long scored 14 points and Jia Meng Dai added 10 more.

Canada went on a quick 10-2 run less than four minutes into the opening quarter, and never trailed throughout the game.

The Canadians led 18-10 after the first quarter, and took a 43-26 advantage into halftime on the strength of 19 points from McLachlan and Katie Harnock.

Canada continued its strong play in the third to build a 62-39 lead.

Canada will face Germany on Monday.