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Asian Championships U16 Final Standings
 1. China
 2. Japan
 3. S.Korea
 4. Taiwan
 5. India
 6. Malaysia
 7. Thailand
 8. Kazakhstan
 9. Hong Kong
 10. Indonesia
 11. Jordan
 12. Sri Lanka
Asian Championships U16 Stage One Standings
Group A
 1. Japan 5-0 
 2. China 4-1 
 3. S.Korea 3-2 
 4. Taiwan 2-3 
 5. India 1-4 
 6. Malaysia 0-5 
Group B
 1. Thailand 5-0 
 2. Kazakhstan 3-2 
 3. Hong Kong 3-2 
 4. Indonesia 3-2 
 5. Jordan 1-4 
 6. Sri Lanka 0-5 



 

China dethrone Japan to win the title (Photo: http://colombo2013.fibaasia.net/)
Starting five
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Haimei Wang
Wang
Manman Zhang
Zhang
Zixuan Guo
Guo
Lingge Zhang
Zhang
Dilishati Dilana
Dilana
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4Sun Yuming 170-G-99
5Wang Jiaqi 170-G-99
6Wang Haimei 172-G-97
7Zhang Manman 172-G-97
8Lin Yanbing 180-F-97
9Zou Qijia 178-F-98
10Guo Zixuan 187-F-97
11Zhang Lingge 187-C-99
12Ha Wenxi 188-C-97
13Wang Zhen 189-F-97
14Dilana Dilishati 192-C-97
15Niu Jia 192-C-97

Ying Xiong Head Coach

Asia-Basket.com All-Asian U16 Championships Awards 2013 - Dec 3, 2013

Asia-Basket.com All-Asian U16 Championships 1st Team 2013
Heji An
An
Manman Zhang
Zhang
Amphawa Thuamon
Thuamon
Dilishati Dilana
Dilana
Alexandra Arzamastseva
Arzamastseva

Best Player: Dilishati Dilana (192-C-97) of China
Best Guard: Manman Zhang (172-G-97) of China
Best Forward: Amphawa Thuamon (173-F-97) of Thailand
Best Center: Alexandra Arzamastseva (187-C-98) of Kazahstan

1st Team
PG: Heji An (164-PG-97) of South Korea
G: Manman Zhang (172-G-97) of China
F: Amphawa Thuamon (173-F-97) of Thailand
C: Dilishati Dilana (192-C-97) of China
C: Alexandra Arzamastseva (187-C-98) of Kazahstan

2nd Team
G: Haimei Wang (172-G-97) of China
SF: Wa Sin Cheung (163-SF-97) of Hong Kong
F: Yu-Lien Hsu (177-F-97) of Thailand
F: Rujiwan Bunsinprom (173-F-98) of Thailand
C: Risa Nishioka (184-C-97) of Japan

Honorable Mention
Wenxi Ha (188-C-97) of China
Akari Ikemoto (167-G-97) of Japan
Bhandavya Hemmige (163-F-98) of India
Regita Pramesti (163-G-97) of Indonesia
Tala Michael (176-SF-99) of Jordan
Hinano Mizuno (172-G-97) of Japan
Alexandra Kovalevskaya (170-F/G-97) of Kazahstan
Yebin Yun (176-G-97) of South Korea
Kar Syuen Khoo (163-G-98) of Malaysia
Nirma Samarasinghe (177-C-98) of Sri Lanka
Amphawa Thuamon (173-F-97) of Thailand
Jing-Ting Wang (180-C-98) of Hong Kong



China dethrone Japan to win the title - Nov 30, 2013

FINAL
China U16-Japan U16 62:50

China dethrone Japan to win the title at the U16 Asia Championship. The Chinese team trailed 8 points at the end of the first period, but dominated the rest of the game and clinched a 62:50 win.
Japan was the favorite if the game and started it with a 6-2 tip. They increased to 17-9 advantage at the end of the first period, but could not win the game. China closed the second frame with a 13-2 surge and took 30:27 at the halftime. The second half only saw China grow in strength. China improved to 47:39 after three quarters and celebrated a 62:50 win.

Wang Haimei (172-G-97) and Dilana Dilishati (192-C-97) top-scored for the winners with 10 points each, while Guo Zixuan (187-F-97) netted 9. Ha Wenxi (188-C-97) and Wang Zhen (189-F-97) delivered 8 points each. Shibuya Satsuki (168-SF-98) replied with 13 points and 11 rebounds in defeat and Risa Nishioka (184-C-97) posted 11. Tamami Nakada (180-C-97) delivered 7, whilst Akari Ikemoto (167-G-97) nailed 6.

China U16:
Wang Haimei 10, Dilana Dilishati 10, Guo Zixuan 9, Ha Wenxi 8, Wang Zhen 8
Japan U16:
Shibuya Satsuki 13+11 rebs, Risa Nishioka 11, Tamami Nakada 7, Akari Ikemoto 6


3rd place
South Korea U16-Taiwan U16 86:64

South Korea clinch bronze in Colombo at the U16 Asia Championship. They overcame Taiwan 86:64 in the game for the third place.
South Korea started the game with a 10-9 lead and reached 24-15 advantage at the end of the first period. Taiwan did not give up and reduced to 42:37 at the halftime. The third period however became decisive in the game as South Korea pushed the tempo for good and increased to 22 points after 30 minutes of the game. Both teams nailed 19 points each in the last stanza for the final result.

An Heji (164-PG-97) made a triple double with 22 points, 11 assists and 10 rebounds, while Kim Yejin (173-F-97) notched 19. Park Gyeongrim (168-G-98) delivered 13 and Han Eomji (179-C-98) produced 11. Hsu Yu-Lien (177-F-97) ended up with 19 points in defeat and Wang Jing-Ting (180-C-98) notched 18. Cho Ching (172-F-97) produced 7 and Peng Hsiao-Tong (168-G-98) had 5.

South Korea U16:
An Heji 22+11 ast+10 rebs, Kim Yejin 19, Park Gyeongrim 13, Han Eomji 11
Taiwan U16:
Hsu Yu-Lien 19, Wang Jing-Ting 18, Cho Ching 7, Peng Hsiao-Tong 5


China and Japan enter title game in Colombo - Nov 29, 2013

SEMIFINALS
Japan U16 - Taiwan U16 99:60
Japan celebrated the win over Taiwan in the U16 Asia Championship Final. They will now take on China to defend the title. Stephanie Mawuli (181-C-98) and Sana Goto (180-PF-97) scored 13 points each for the winners.
Japan nailed 23 points in the opening frame and secured a 12-point lead after ten minutes. Japan stayed in control throughout the second term. They dropped 34 points building a comfortable 57:24 halftime advantage. Japan kept Taiwan at bay throughout the third term. They rolled to a massive 82:40 lead at the final intermission. Taiwan outscored their opponents in the fourth term but could not avoid the defeat. Hinano Mizuno (172-G-97) and Yuki Kato (177-PF-97) had 11 points apiece for the winners. Kao Yu-Lin (161-G-99) responded with 13 points for Taiwan. Cho Ching (172-F-97) chipped in 12 points in the losing case.

Japan U16: Stephanie Mawuli 13, Sana Goto 13, Hinano Mizuno 11, Yuki Kato 11
Taiwan U16: Kao Yu-Lin 13, Cho Ching 12

China U16 - South Korea U16
China will play in the title game in Colombo. They outgunned South Korea to set up the clash versus Japan in the Final of U16 Asia Championship. Wang Haimei (172-G-97) produced 19 points, 7 rebounds and 5 assists to lead the winning side.
China snatched a narrow 22:18 lead after the opening quarter. They boosted the margin throughout the second term. China arrived at the interval up by as many as 11 points 41:30. China triggered a massive 28:8 run in the third quarter to clear off. South Korea slowed their opponents down in the final stanza but could not avoid the defeat at the end. Dilana Dilishati (192-C-97) chipped in 17 points for China. Guo Zixuan (187-F-97) and Ha Wenxi (188-C-97) knocked down 9 points each for the winners. An Heji (164-PG-97) answered with 10 points for South Korea. Han Eomji (179-C-98) tossed in 7 points in the losing case.

China U16: Wang Haimei 19, Dilana Dilishati 17, Guo Zixuan 9, Ha Wenxi 9
South Korea U16: An Heji 10, Han Eomji 7

Level I Playoffs
India U16 - Kazakhstan U16 84:71

India remains in Level I for the next U16 Asia Championship. They needed an 84:71 win over Kazakhstan at the Play-off stage. Kazakhstan managed to take 10-9 lead midway through the first period, but India grabbed 20-14 after 10 minutes. The board showed 29:24 after 15 minutes, while Kazakhstan tied it all at 36:36 at the halftime. The second half however fully belonged to India. The latter reached 62:51 lead after 30 minutes of the game and increased to final 13 points.
Riya Verma (179-F-98) top-scored for the winners with 24 points and Bhandavya Hemmige (163-F-98) netted 23. VENKATARAMAN Srividhya chipped in 20, whilst KOLLAM THODI Mayukha had 11. Alexandra Arzamastseva (187-C-98) Anastassiya responded with 21 points and 15 rebounds in defeat and Elmira Abikeyeva (167-G-97) as well as Alexandra Kovalevskaya had 13 each. Irina Bovdun produced 10 points in a loss.

India U16: Riya Verma 24, Bhandavya Hemmige 23, VENKATARAMAN Srividhya 20, KOLLAM THODI Mayukha 11
Kazakhstan U16: Alexandra Arzamastseva 21+15 rebs, Elmira Abikeyeva 13, Alexandra Kovalevskaya 13, Irina Bovdun 10

Malaysia U16-Thailand U16 39:59
Thailand head to Level I for the next U16 Asia Championship. They won the Play-off game against Malaysia 59:39 and took their spot in the next edition.
It was a slow start from both teams as both of them realized the importance of the game. Thailand won the first period 5-4, but the stormed past the opponents with a massive 21-2 surge. It became clear at the halftime that Thailand would win the game. The latter added 16-11 rally in the third period and increased to 25 points after 30 minutes of the game. Malaysia replied with a 22-17 run in the last stanza for the final result. SIRIPHUNTHANUN and Rujiwan Bunsinprom (173-F-98) top-scored for the winners with 15 points each. Amphawa Thuamon (173-F-97) collected 13 points and 15 rebounds, while Thunchanok Lumdappang added 8. Kar Syuen Khoo (163-G-98) ended up with 10 points in a loss, whilst Ching Yee Ho (160-G-98) netted 7. Yu Feng Ng (170-G/F-97) and Yun Wei TAN produced 6 points each in a loss.

Malaysia U16: Kar Syuen Khoo 10, Ching Yee Ho 7, Yu Feng Ng 6, Yun Wei TAN 6
Thailand U16: SIRIPHUNTHANUN 15, Rujiwan Bunsinprom 15, Amphawa Thuamon 13+15 rebs, Thunchanok Lumdappang 8


The End of the Preliminary Round in Colombo - Nov 28, 2013

Level I
India U16-South Korea U16 56:106

South Korea beat India in Colombo at the end of the Preliminary Round at the U16 Asia Championship. South Korea improved to 3-2 record and finished third. India ended up with 1-4 record and will take on Kazakhstan in the Play-off clash.
South Korea won the first period 34-16 and led 56-22 at the halftime. They limited the opponents to just 4 points in the last five minutes of the third period and enjoyed an 84:36 advantage. After a 22-20 win in the last stanza the board showed 106:56 as a total win.

Yun Yebin (176-G-97) top-scored for the winners with 23 points and Kim Seyoung (175-C-97) netted 14. An Heji (164-PG-97) and Han Eomji (179-C-98) delivered 13 each, while Kim Sunhee (178-C-97) produced 12. THIMMAIAH KOKKALERA finished the game with 9 points and HEMMIGE MAHESHA as well as Vandana poured in 8 apiece.

India U16: THIMMAIAH KOKKALERA 9, HEMMIGE MAHESHA 8, Vandana 8
South Korea U16:
Yun Yebin 23, Kim Seyoung 14, An Heji 13, Han Eomji 13, Kim Sunhee 12


China U16-Taiwan U16 110:74

China leave no chance for Taiwan at the end of the Preliminary Round of the U16 Asia Championship. China posted a 110:74 win and finished second with 4-1 record. Tomorrow China will take on South Korea in the Semifinal clash, while Taiwan will play against Japan.
China won the opening tip 11-5 and had 27-12 lead at the end of the first period. Taiwan did not give and managed to reduce to 52:39 at the halftime. The second half however fully belonged to China that had 78:55 after three quarters and then 100:74 as a final result.

Dilana Dilishati (192-C-97) top-scored for the winners with 26 points and Wang Zhen (189-F-97) nailed 21. Guo Zixuan (187-F-97) produced 20, whilst Wang Haimei (172-G-97) added 11. Hsu Ting-Yu (176-F-97) ended up with 13 points in defeat and Hsu Yu-Lien (177-F-97) as well as Wang Jing-Ting (180-C-98) had 11. KAO Yu-Lin followed them with 9 points.

China U16:
Dilana Dilishati 26, Wang Zhen 21, Guo Zixuan 20, Wang Haimei 11
Taiwan U16:
Hsu Ting-Yu 13, Hsu Yu-Lien 11, Wang Jing-Ting 11, KAO Yu-Lin 9

Malaysia U16-Japan U16 12:87

Japan demolish Malaysia to win Level I of the U16 Asia Championship. The defending champions posted an 87:12 win over Malaysia tom finish with a perfect 5-0 record. The latter lost their 5th consecutive game and will take now on Thailand in the Play-offs stage.
Japan allowed the opponents to score only 3 points in the first period and took 28-3 after the first quarter. They increased to 47-7 at the halftime and continued their dominance in the second half. Japan limited Malaysia to just 5 points in the last 20 minutes and scored 87 points.

Miu Nakamura (181-F-97) led well-balanced Japanese side with 12 points, while Sana Goto (180-PF-97) scored 11. Hinano Mizuno (172-G-97), Akari Ikemoto (167-G-97) and MAWULI Stephanie posted 10 points each. LIM Yee Wern Evon scored 4 points in a loss and HIEW Ky Lie added 3. NG Yu Feng and CHIA Mun Yi produced 2 points each in a loss.

Malaysia U16: LIM Yee Wern, Evon 4, HIEW Ky Lie 3, NG Yu Feng 2, CHIA Mun Yi 2
Japan U16:
Miu Nakamura 12, Sana Goto 11, Hinano Mizuno 10, Akari Ikemoto 10, MAWULI Stephanie 10

Level II
Jordan U16-Kazakhstan U16 58:70

Kazakhstan get the ticket to the Play-offs as they edged Jordan 70:58. They took 3-2 record on the second place after a 70:58 win over Jordan. The latter finished Level II with 1-4 record.
Kazakhstan grabbed a 12-11 lead in the first period, but allowed the opponents to dominate the second period. Jordan had 30:23 advantage at the halftime and then increased to 39:31 midway through the third quarter. Kazakhstan meanwhile erupted with a decisive 17-4 surge at the third period and then increased to final 12 points.
ARZAMASTSEVA Anastassiya top-scored for the winners with 21 points and 17 rebounds, while
Elmira Abikeyeva (167-G-97) netted 18. BOVDUN Irina poured in 10 and ZUKOVA Luiza had 7. HAMADAH Yara replied with 17 points in defeat and AL HINN Marya collected 14 points and 20 rebounds, while ABU JBARA Liliana had 10. SAMA'AN Farah and SABBAGH Tala followed them with 6 points each in a loss.

Jordan U16: HAMADAH Yara 17, AL HINN Marya 14+20 rebs, ABU JBARA Liliana 10, SAMA'AN Farah 6, SABBAGH Tala 6
Kazakhstan U16: ARZAMASTSEVA Anastassiya 21+17 rebs,
Elmira Abikeyeva 18, BOVDUN Irina 10, ZUKOVA Luiza 7

Sri Lanka U16-Indonesia U16 36:52

Indonesia close the campaign with the win over Sri Lanka at the U16 Asia Championship. They won 52:36 and finished with a 3-2 record. The hosts of the tournament remained winless.
Both teams exchanged the lead several times in the first period as Sri Lanka led 18-17 after 10 minutes. Indonesia bounced back for 27-22 lead, while the score was tied at 28:28 at the halftime. In the second half Indonesia dominated the court and managed to grab a 16-point total win.

Yusranie Assipalma (172-PF-98) top-scored for the winners with 16 points and Regita Pramesti (163-G-97) notched 12. Winda Astari (178-PF-97) delivered 8, while Nadya Gumanti (165-PG-97) Nadya Valdiyen had 5. Nirma Samarasinghe (177-C-98) finished the game with 18 points in defeat and DE SILVA Tyra Maria poured in 4. GOONEWARDENA Kottege, Resuree Wijesundera (187-C-98) and DE SILVA WIMALATUNGA scored 3 points each in a loss.

Sri Lanka U16:
Nirma Samarasinghe 18, DE SILVA Tyra Maria 4, GOONEWARDENA Kottege 3, Resuree Wijesundera 3, DE SILVA WIMALATUNGA 3
Indonesia U16:
Yusranie Assipalma 16, Regita Pramesti 12, Winda Astari 8, Nadya Gumanti 5

Thailand U16 - Hong Kong U16 71:62

Thailand clinched the fifth straight win at the U16 Asia Championship. They overcame Hong Kong to enter the playoffs for Level I spot with a perfect record. Hong Kong slipped at 3-2 record and failed to qualify for the playoffs.
Thailand snatched a 17:12 lead after the opening quarter. They maintained the advantage throughout the second term. The Thai team accumulated a 37:26 halftime lead. Hong Kong narrowed the gap in the third stanza. They got within 9 points at the final intermission 55:46. The teams traded baskets throughout the fourth term as Thailand coasted to the victory.
Rujiwan Bunsinprom (173-F-98) produced 16 points for Thailand. Varitta Srijunvong and Amphawa Thuamon (173-F-97) had 15 points each for the winners. Ko Tsz Ching (158-SF-97) responded with 18 points for Hong Kong. Cheung Wa Sin (163-SF-97) netted 16 points in the loss.

Thailand U16:
Rujiwan Bunsinprom 16, Varitta Srijungvong 15, Amphawa Thuamon 15
Hong Kong U16:
Ko Tsz Ching 18, Cheung Wa Sin 16


Results and Stats from Day 4 in Colombo - Nov 26, 2013

Level I
Japan U16 - South Korea U16 83:50

Japan clinched the fourth straight victory at the U16 Asian Championship. The defending champions outgunned South Korea to stay perfect in Level I standings. South Korea slipped at 2-2 record after the loss.
Japan got to a confident start. They triggered a 22:12 rally in the opening quarter. Japan unleashed 25 points in the second term and built a 21-point halftime advantage. Japan held their opponents to just 7 points in the third term. They opened a comfortable 30-point lead heading into the fourth quarter. South Korea could not match their opponents tempo and had to surrender at the end.
Hinano Mizuno (172-G-97) netted 15 points to lead the winners. Tamami Nakada (180-C-97) added 12 points and 10 rebounds in the victory. Kim Yejin (173-F-97) responded with 11 points for South Korea. An Heji (164-PG-97) and Han Eomji (179-C-98) added 10 points each in the loss.

Japan U16:
Hinano Mizuno 15, Tamami Nakada 12+10 boards, Shibuya 10
South Korea U16:
Kim Yejin 11, An Heji 10, Han Eomji 10


China U16 - Malaysia U16 90:28

China earned the third victory at the U16 Asia Championship. They fired past Malaysia to recover from a heavy defeat to Japan.
Zhang Lingge (187-C-99) recorded 18 points and 15 rebounds to lead the winners.
China set the tone early in the encounter. They built a 27:6 lead after the opening frame. China boosted the gap in the second term. They accumulated a massive 45:12 halftime advantage. China stayed unsurpassable defensively in the second half. They secured a 68:19 lead at the final intermission. China never looked back en route to the victory afterwards.
Zhang Manman (172-G-97) and Dilana Dilishati (192-C-97) recorded 13 points each for the winners. Kar Syuen Khoo (163-G-98) responded with 9 points for Malaysia. Evon Lim had 4 points in the loss.

China U16:
Zhang Lingge 18+15 boards, Zhang Manman 13, Dilana Dilishati 13
Malaysia U16:
Kar Syuen Khoo 9, Evon Lim 4


Taiwan U16 - India U16 105:50

Taiwan secured the second victory in Colombo. They defeated India for 2-2 record in Level I. Hsu Yu-Lien (177-F-97) recorded 24 points to lead the winning side.
Taiwan unloaded 28 points in the first period. They built a 12-point lead at the first break. Taiwan maintained the tempo throughout the second term. They established a 57:35 halftime advantage. Taiwan did not slow down in the second half. They marched to a comfortable 81:43 lead at the final intermission. Taiwan kept India at bay throughout the fourth frame and sealed a comfortable victory at the end. Wang Jing-Ting (180-C-98) had 11 points and 12 rebounds in the win. Vimmy Varkey (158-PG-97) responded with 9 points for India. Riya Verma (179-F-98) netted 8 points in the losing case.

Taiwan U16: Hsu Yu-Lien 24, Wang Jing-Ting 11+12 boards, Yang Yen-Ting (164-G-97) 11
India U16: Vimmy Varkey 9, Riya Verma 8


Level II
Kazakhstan U16 - Sri Lanka U16 69:45

Kazakhstan claimed the second win at the U16 Asia Championship. They upset hosting Sri Lanka for 2-2 record in Level II.
Alexandra Kovalevskaya (170-F/G-97) produced 19 points and 14 rebounds in the victory.
Kazakhstan eked out a 16:13 lead after ten minutes. The margin grew drastically in the second term. Kazakhstan jumped to a massive 41:23 halftime advantage. Sri Lanka clipped the deficit in the third term. The hosts got within 13 points at the final intermission. But Kazakhstan opened the fourth term on a 14:3 run and cruised to the victory.
Karina Olenberg (179-F-98) produced 12 points, while Anastassiya Arzamastseva had 9 points in the win. Nirma Samarasinghe (177-C-98) responded with 18 points for Sri Lanka. Lavanya De Silva added 10 points in the losing effort.

Kazakhstan U16:
Alexandra Kovalevskaya 19+14 boards, Karina Olenberg 12, Anastassiya Arzamastseva 9
Sri Lanka U16:
Nirma Samarasinghe 18, Lavanya De Silva 10

Hong Kong U16 - Indonesia U16 38:33

Hong Kong scraped past Indonesia at the U16 Asia Championship in Sri Lanka. The win carried Hong Kong at 3-1 record in the second place in Level II ladder. Indonesia fell at 2-2 record after the loss.
Tse Yik Lam (166-PG-97) and Ko Tsz Ching (158-SF-97) finished with 10 points each for the winners.
Hong Kong held their opponents to 2 points in the opening quarter and secured a 7-point lead. But Indonesia improved their performance in the second quarter. They fired 12 points in the second stanza cutting the deficit to a single point 14:15 at halftime. Hong Kong boosted the gap in the third term. They accounted for a 27:24 advantage before the fourth period. Hong Kong held Indonesia to 9 points in the final stanza and snatched a tough victory at the end.
Cheung Wa Sin (163-SF-97) connected for 6 points in the win. Ida Wijaya replied with 10 points and 12 rebounds for Indonesia. Regita Pramesti (163-G-97) tossed in 7 points and 9 boards in the losing effort.

Hong Kong U16:
Tse Yik Lam 10, Ko Tsz Ching 10, Cheung Wa Sin 6
Indonesia U16: Ida Wijaya 10+12 boards,
Regita Pramesti 7


Thailand U16 - Jordan U16 87:51

Thailand registered the fourth straight win at the U16 Asia Championship in Sri Lanka. They topped Jordan for 4-0 record on top of Level II ladder.
Varitta Srijunvong (168-F-97) scored 23 points and grabbed 7 rebounds to pace the effort.
Thailand spurred ahead to gain a 4-point lead after ten minutes of action 19:15. They stayed in charge throughout the second frame. The Thai youngsters built a 36:23 halftime advantage. Thailand fired 26 points in the third period to boost the gap. They entered the fourth frame up by 28 points. Thailand scored 25 points in the final stanza and secured a comfortable victory at the end.
Rujiwan Bunsinprom (173-F-98) accounted for 15 points, while Amphawa Thuamon (173-F-97) added 12 points and 10 rebounds in the win. Sabbagh replied with 14 points and 13 boards for Jordan. Marya Al Hinn had 12 points and 16 boards in the defeat.

Thailand U16:
Varitta Srijunvong 23, Rujiwan Bunsinprom 15, Amphawa Thuamon 12
Jordan U16: Sabbagh 14+13 boards, Marya Al Hinn 12+16 boards


Results and Stats from Day 3 in Colombo - Nov 25, 2013

Level I
Japan U16 - China U16 75:59

Japan recorded the third straight win at the U16 Asia Championship. They overcame China to stay unbeaten. The reigning champions got 22 points and 9 rebounds from Tamami Nakada.
Japan snatched a 20:18 lead after the opening quarter. They stayed in front throughout the second period. Japan accounted for a 41:32 halftime lead. China struggled to get any closer in the third term. Japan extended the lead to as many as 18 points heading into the fourth frame 59:41. Japan held on to the advantage and cruised to the victory at the end.
Yuki Kato (177-PF-97) chipped in 15 points, while Kiri Endo added 11 points in the victory. Zou Qijia (178-F-98) responded with 18 points for China. Wang Haimei (172-G-97) had 16 points in the loss.

Japan U16: Tamami Nakada 22,
Yuki Kato 15, Kiri Endo 11
China U16:
Zou Qijia 18, Wang Haimei 16


South Korea U16-Chinese Taipei U16 89:67

South Korea rout Chinese Taipei in Colombo in Day 3 of the U16 Asia Championship. The Korean side improved to 2-1 record after an 89:67 win. Chinese Taipei meanwhile fell at 1-2 record.
Chinese Taipei surprised the opponents with a 16-9 start and led 27-25 after the first period. The latter had 38:35 lead midway through the second frame, but South Korea erupted with a 24-1 surge in the next 5 minutes to take 59:39 halftime advantage. South Korea led 77:53 after three quarters and won the game by 22 points.
KANG Yoolim paced all the winners with 21 points and KIM Yejin nailed 11. HAN Eomji delivered 9, whilst YUN Yebin, LEE Jiwoo and CHOI Seonhwa had 8 each. CHIU Jun-Lin replied with 12 points in the losing effort and HSU Yu-Lien notched 11. KAO Yu-Lin poured in 9, whilst YANG Yen-Ting added 8.

South Korea U16: KANG Yoolim 21, KIM Yejin 11, HAN Eomji 9, YUN Yebin 8, LEE Jiwoo 8 CHOI Seonhwa 8
Chinese Taipei U16: CHIU Jun-Lin 12, HSU Yu-Lien 11, KAO Yu-Lin 9, YANG Yen-Ting 8


India U16-Malaysia U16 57:55

India grabbed valuable win over Malaysia in day 3 of the U16 Asia Championship. India improved to 1-2 record in level I after a 57:55 win. Malaysia meanwhile remained winless at the tournament.
India won the first period 17-10 and had 29-24 lead at the halftime. Malaysia however dominated the third period and came up with a necessary run to tie the score at 43:43. India found their saviors in
Lopamudra Thimmaiah (170-F-98) and Gagandeep Kaur (173-F-97) to lead the way in the final period before clinching the issue in a final flurry.
Bhandavya Hemmige (163-F-98) top-scored for the winners with 12 points and VERMA Riya netted 11. KOLLAM THODI Mayukha scored 10, whilst Gagandeep Kaur and THIMMAIAH KOKKALERA brought 8 each. HIEW Ky Lie finished the game with 12 points and 11 rebounds in defeat and KHOO Kar Syuen added 11. LIM Yee Wern Evon and NG Yu Feng followed them with 10 points apiece.

India U16:
Bhandavya Hemmige 12, VERMA Riya 11, KOLLAM THODI Mayukha 10, Gagandeep Kaur 8, THIMMAIAH KOKKALERA 8
Malaysia U16: HIEW Ky Lie 12+11 rebs, KHOO Kar Syuen 11, LIM Yee Wern Evon 10+11 rebs, NG Yu Feng 10


Level II
Sri Lanka U16-Thailand U16 51:82

Thailand silence the hosts to stay perfect at the Level II of the U16 Asia Championship. Thailand needed an 82:51 win for 3-0 record. Sri Lanka meanwhile fell at 0-3 record.
Thailand started the game with a 12-5 lead and had 24-12 advantage after the first period. The guests improved to 15 points at the halftime as they enjoyed a 46:31 lead after 20 minutes of the game. Moreover the lead grew to 66:45 at the end of the third frame and then Thailand added final 16-6 in the last stanza.
BUNSINPROM Rujiwan and THUAMON Amphawa stepped up with 14 points each for the winners. SIRIPHUNTHANUN Kwanchanok and PRAJUAPSOOK Kanokwan nailed 12 each while LUMDAPPANG Thunchanok scored 7. DE SILVA WIMALATUNGA Manikku finished the game with 21 points in the losing effort, whilst SAMARASINGHE ARACHCHIGE had 15. GOONEWARDENA Kottege Dona poured in 10 points in defeat.

Sri Lanka U16: DE SILVA WIMALATUNGA Manikku 21, SAMARASINGHE ARACHCHIGE 15, GOONEWARDENA Kottege Dona 10
Thailand U16: BUNSINPROM Rujiwan 14, THUAMON Amphawa 14, SIRIPHUNTHANUN Kwanchanok 12, PRAJUAPSOOK Kanokwan 12, LUMDAPPANG Thunchanok 7

Hong Kong U16 - Jordan U16 83:50

Hong Kong registered the second win at the U16 Asia Championship. They overcame Jordan for 2-1 record in Level II standings. Shuk Yi Liu posted 18 points to lead the winners.
Hong Kong held their opponents to just 8 points in the opening frame building an 8-point lead. The gap grew deeper in the second frame. Hong Kong established a 33:20 halftime advantage. Things got more complicated for Jordan in the third term. They faced a massive 22-point deficit heading into the fourth frame. Hong Kong never looked back afterwards cruising to the victory.
Cheung Wa Sin (163-SF-97) delivered 14 points, while Fong Tsz Yan (170-PF-97) had 12 points, 8 rebounds and 5 assists for the winners. Tala Sabbagh responded with 19 points for Jordan. Liliana Abu Jbara had 11 points in the loss.

Hong Kong U16: Shuk Yi Liu 18,
Cheung Wa Sin 14, Fong Tsz Yan 12
Jordan U16: Tala Sabbagh 19, Liliana Abu Jbara 11


Indonesia U16 - Kazakhstan U16 63:54 (OT)

Indonesia posted the second victory at the U16 Asia Championship. They prevailed against Kazakhstan in overtime to improve at 2-1 record in Level II.
Regita Pramesti (163-G-97) notched 23 points to lead the winners.
Kazakhstan held their opponents to just 6 points in the opening quarter and opened an 11-point lead. The teams traded baskets throughout the second frame. Kazakhstan arrived at the interval up by 11 points 29:18. But Indonesia turned things around in the third period. They went on a strong 21:9 rally to snatch a 1-point lead at the third break. Kazakhstan tied things up at 49 after forty minutes of action and sent the game into overtime. However Indonesia sparked a 14:5 run in the extra period and sealed the victory at the end.
Yusranie Assipalma (172-PF-98) finished with 10 points, while Nadya Gumanti (165-PG-97) had 8 points in the win. Elmira Abikeyeva responded with 16 points for Kazakhstan. Anastassiya Arzamastseva had 14 points and 19 rebounds in the defeat.

Indonesia U16:
Regita Pramesti 23, Yusranie Assipalma 10, Nadya Gumanti 8
Kazakhstan U16: Elmira Abikeyeva 16, Anastassiya Arzamastseva 14+19 boards





Results and Stats from Day 2 in Colombo - Nov 24, 2013

Level I
Chinese Taipei U16-Japan U16 56:87
Defending Champions post the second win at the U16 Asia Championship. Japan overcame Chinese Taipei 87:56 and improved to 2-0 record in Level I. Chinese Taipei meanwhile fell at 1-1 record.
Japan won the start of the game 10-6 and had 27-16 lead after 10 minutes. They enjoyed a 33-21 advantage midway through the second period and increased to 51:25 at the halftime. The difference grew up to 20 points in the third quarter, while a 9-3 run allowed Chinese Taipei to close the period at 65:41. Japan won the last stanza 22-15 and achieved the second straight win.
Hinano Mizuno (172-G-97) stepped up with 22 points and Kiri Endo (167-PG-97) notched 12. Tamami Nakada (180-C-97) delivered 10, whilst IKEMOTO Akari, AKAHO Himawari and MAWULI Stephanie poured in 8 each. Wang Jing-Ting (180-C-98) finished the game with 11 points and Hsu Yu-Lien (177-F-97) added 10. Hsu Ting-Yu (176-F-97) scored 7, whilst CHIU Jun-Lin and CHO Ching chipped in 6 apiece.

Chinese Taipei U16: Wang Jing-Ting 11, Hsu Yu-Lien 10, Hsu Ting-Yu 7, CHIU Jun-Lin 6, CHO Ching 6
Japan U16: Hinano Mizuno 22, Kiri Endo 12, Tamami Nakada 10, IKEMOTO Akari 8, AKAHO Himawari 8, MAWULI Stephanie 8

China U16 - India U16 109:51
China recorded the second straight victory at the U16 Asian Championship in Colombo. Wang Zhen (189-F-97) scored 24 points and grabbed 7 rebounds to pace the winners. China fired 31 points in the opening frame and cleared off to a 23-point lead. China stayed dominant throughout the second term. They piled up a 40-point halftime advantage. China did not loosen the grasp in the second half. They unleashed 26 points in the third term opening a massive 51-point lead into the fourth frame. China stayed aggressive throughout the final term and never looked back en route to the win. Niu Jia (192-C-97) had 21 points and 8 rebounds, while Wenxi Ha added 12 points and 10 boards for China. Riya Verma (179-F-98) answered with 15 points for India. Bhandavya Mahesha had 14 points in the loss.

China U16: Wang Zhen 24, Niu Jia 21, Wenxi Ha 12+10 boards
India U16: Riya Verma 15, Bhandavya Mahesha 14

South Korea U16 - Malaysia U16 86:46
South Korea earned the opening victory at the U16 Asia Championship in Sri Lanka. Choi Seonhwa (174-F-97) delivered 17 points to lead the winners. South Korea eked out a 17:14 lead after ten minutes of action. They boosted the gap in the second term. South Korea limited their opponents to just 8 points in the period and built a 41:22 halftime advantage. South Korea exploded with 26 points in the third frame and raced to a comfortable 30-point lead. The Korean team held Malaysia to just 9 points in the final frame and sealed the winning outcome. Yun Yebin (176-G-97) notched 15 points, while Hyemi Lee and Yejin Kim had 9 points apiece in the win. Evon Lim responded with 14 points for Malaysia. Kar Syuen Khoo (163-G-98) had 8 points in the losing effort.

South Korea U16: Choi Seonhwa 17, Yun Yebin 15, Hyemi Lee 9, Yejin Kim 9
Malaysia U16: Evin Lim 14, Kar Syuen Khoo 8

Level II
Kazakhstan U16- Hong Kong U16 79:52

Kazakhstan open Day 2 with the win over Hong Kong in Level II of the U16 Asia Championship. They needed a 79:52 victory to tie both records at 1-1. Kazakhstan won the opening tip 12:8 and reached 25:12 lead at the end of the first 10 minutes. Hong Kong reduced to 7 points midway through the second frame, while Kazakhstan took 39:23 at the halftime. The latter continued their dominance in the third period and reached 60:39 after 30 minutes in the court. Kazakhstan won the last stanza 19-13 and celebrated a comfortable win.
Aleksandra Kovalevskaya top-scored for the winners with 22 points and ZUKOVA Luiza notched 11. ABIKEYEVA Elmira and ARZAMASTSEVA Anastassiya delivered 10 each, whilst YARULINA Sabina had 9. Cheung Wa Sin (163-SF-97) produced 16 points in defeat. Lui Shuk Yi (171-SF-98) poured in 10 and CHOW Tsz Ting put up 5.

Kazakhstan U16: Aleksandra Kovalevskaya 22, ZUKOVA Luiza 11, ABIKEYEVA Elmira 10, ARZAMASTSEVA Anastassiya 10v 9
Hong Kong U16: Cheung Wa Sin 16, Lui Shuk Yi 10, CHOW Tsz Ting 5

Thailand U16-Indonesia U16 71:42
Thailand improved to 2-0 record in Level II of the U16 Asia Championship. They overcame Indonesia 71:42 to remain the only undefeated team. Indonesia meanwhile fell at 1-1 record. Indonesia surprised the opponents with a 5-1 start, but trailed 2 points after 10 minutes. Thailand had 23-15 lead midway through the second frame and enjoyed a 31-19 lead at the halftime. Moreover they increased to 51:30 at the end of the third period and celebrated a win by 29 points at the end.
Kanokwan Prajuapsook (177-C-98) top-scored for the winners with 13, while Rujiwan Bunsinprom (173-F-98) poured in 12. Amphawa Thuamon (173-F-97) added 11 and SIRIPHUNTHANUN Kwanchanok scored 9. Nadya Gumanti (165-PG-97) Nadya Valdiyen replied with 13 points in the losing effort and Nirmala Wijaya (167-PG-97) Ida Ayu Nirmala Ratih produced 11. PRAMESTI Regita chipped in 7, whilst ASTARI Ni Nyoman Winda Ayu brought 5.

Thailand U16: Kanokwan Prajuapsook 13, Rujiwan Bunsinprom 12, Amphawa Thuamon 11, SIRIPHUNTHANUN Kwanchanok 9
Indonesia U16: Nadya Gumanti 13, Nirmala Wijaya 11, PRAMESTI Regita 7, ASTARI Ni Nyoman Winda Ayu 5

Jordan U16 - Sri Lanka U16 77:50
Jordan recorded the first win at the U16 Asia Championship. They overcame hosting Sri Lanka to gain 1-1 record at Level II. Tala Sabbagh delivered 21 points and 18 boards for the winners. Jordan knocked down 23 points in the starting quarter and gained a 12-point lead at the first intermission. Sri Lanka narrowed the gap in the second quarter. The hosts got within 9 points at the interval. Jordan held Sri Lanka to just 9 points in the third term. They opened a 14-point advantage at the final intermission. Jordan unleashed 23 points in the fourth term and sealed the victory. Liliana Abu Jbara accounted for 20 points. Tala Shahatit netted 10 points and grabbed 10 boards in the victory. Nirma Arachchige responded with 17 points for Sri Lanka. Tyra De Silva chipped in 10 points in the loss.

Jordan U16: Tala Sabbagh 21+18 boards, Liliana Abu Jbara 20, Tala Shahatit 10+10 boards
Sri Lanka U16: Nirma Arachchige 17, Tyra De Silva 10


Results and Stats from Day 1 in Colombo - Nov 23, 2013

Level I
Japan U16 - India U16 112:45

Japan confidently opened U16 Asia Championship title defence. The reigning champions thumped India in the opener. Kiri Endo (167-PG-97) scored 15 points to lead the winning side. Japan dominated in the starting quarter. They held India to only 3 points in the first term and opened a 22-point lead. Japan knocked down 25 points in the second term and secured a 30-point halftime lead. Things got even better for Japan in the third quarter. They cleared off to a 41-point distance at the final intermission. Japan unleashed 38 points in the fourth period and sealed a comfortable victory at the end. Sana Goto (180-PF-97) posted 14 points and 11 boards, while Hinano Mizuno and Rinano Waki had 13 points each for the winners. Bhandavya Mahesha responded with 14 points for India. Lopamudra Kokkalera topscored with 15 points in the defeat.

Japan U16: Kiri Endo 15, Sana Goto 14+11 boards, Hinano Mizuno 13, Rinano Waki 13
India U16: Lopamudra Kokkalera 15, Bhandavya Mahesha 14

Chinese Taipei U16- Malaysia U16 85:30
Chinese Taipei roll over Malaysia in Day 1 of the U16 Asia Championship. Chinese Taipei posted a comfortable 85:30 win in their opener. Chinese Taipei won the opening tip 10-3 and enjoyed a 17-7 rally at the end of the first period. The favorites pushed the tempo early in the second quarter and reached 34:11 on the board. They added another 12-4 before the halftime for 46:15 advantage. Chinese Taipei led 68:20 after three quarters and then had the final 85:30 victory.
Cho Ching (172-F-97) top-scored for the winners with 16 points and Hsu Yu-Lien (177-F-97) as well as Wang Jing-Ting (180-C-98) had 12 each. PENG Hsiao-Tong followed them with 9 points in a win. Ky Lie Hiew (178-C-98) replied with 9 points in the losing effort and Kar Syuen Khoo (163-G-98) brought 7. NG Yu Feng ended up with 6 points in the losing case.

Chinese Taipei U16: Cho Ching 16, Hsu Yu-Lien 12, Wang Jing-Ting 12, PENG Hsiao-Tong 9
Malaysia U16: Ky Lie Hiew 9, Kar Syuen Khoo 7, NG Yu Feng 6

South Korea U16-China U16 50:82
China prevail against South Korea in Day 1 of the U16 Asia Championship. The Chinese team grabbed an 82:60 win in Level I. China took 5:4 lead at the start of the game and finished the first quarter with an 18:13 advantage. China pushed the tempo in the second quarter and reached 40:28 at the halftime. Moreover they led 55:40 after three periods and then 67:44 with 5 minutes to go. The final 15-6 rally allowed them to start the campaign with an 82:50 win.
Ha Wenxi (188-C-97) and Dilana Dilishati (192-C-97) top-scored for the winners with 16 points each and combined for 24 rebounds. GUO Zixuan scored 15, WANG Haimei nailed 11 and WANG Zhen brought 9. An Heji (164-PG-97) finished the game with 11 points in a loss, whilst Yun Yebin (176-G-97) poured in 7. Kim Yejin (173-F-97) and LEE Jiwoo notched 6 points each in a loss.

South Korea U16: An Heji 11, Yun Yebin 7, Kim Yejin 6, LEE Jiwoo 6
China U16: Ha Wenxi 16+13 rebs, Dilana Dilishati 16+11 rebs, GUO Zixuan 15, WANG Haimei 11, WANG Zhen 9

Level II
Thailand U16 - Kazakhstan U16 65:36

Thailand victoriously opened their U16 Asian Championship campaign. They overcame Kazakhstan in Level II opener. Thunchanok Lumdappang (176-C-99) scored 16 points to lead the winners. Thailand earned a 15:10 lead after the opening quarter. Kazakhstan narrowed the deficit in the second frame. They got within 3 points at the interval 25:28. But Thailand took over in the third term. The Thai team went on a commanding 22:7 rally in the quarter opening an 18-point cushion at the final break. Thailand held their opponents to just 4 points in the fourth period and sealed the victory at the end. Rujiwan Bunsinprom (173-F-98) posted 12 points, while Amphawa Thuamon netted 9 points in the win. Anastassiya Arzamastseva responded with 11 points for Kazakhstan. Alexandra Kovalevskaya had 10 points in the loss.

Thailand U16: Thunchanok Lumdappang 16, Rujiwan Bunsinprom 12, Amphawa Thuamon 9
Kazakhstan U16: Anastassiya Arzamastseva 11, Alexandra Kovalevskaya 10

Indonesia U16 - Jordan U16 62:59
Indonesia clinched the opening win at the U16 Asian Championship in Sri Lanka. They held off Jordan in Level II first game for both teams. Ida Wijaya scored 15 points, grabbed 7 rebounds and issued 6 assists to lead the winners. Indonesia eked out an 18:17 lead after ten minutes. Jordan pulled ahead in the second frame. They held Indonesia to 11 points in the period and accumulated a 34:29 halftime lead. Indonesia extended their lead in the third term. They posted a 49:39 lead heading into the fourth stanza. Indonesia dropped 18 points in the final period and sealed the winning outcome. Poppy Paramita netted 10 points, while Yusranie Assipalma (172-PF-98) had 11 points in the victory. Liliana Abu Jbara answered with 20 points for Jordan. Tala Shahatit chipped in 10 points in the defeat.

Indonesia U16: Ida Wijaya 15, Yusranie Assipalma 11, Poppy Paramita 10
Jordan U16: Liliana Abu Jbara 20, Tala Shahatit 10

Hong Kong U16-Sri Lanka U16 57:46
Hong Kong beat the hosts at the end of Day 1 of the U16 Asia Championship. Hong Kong started the campaign with a 57:46 win. Sri Lanka won the opening tip 5:3, but Hong Kong took 14:12 lead at the end of the first period. Again the hosts grabbed 18:16 lead after 15 minutes of the game, while Hong Kong closed the half for 27:22 advantage. Hong Kong enjoyed a 42:34 lead after three quarters and then managed to increase to final 11 points. Hong Kong did not allow the hosts to come closer and celebrated a 57:46 victory.
Cheung Wa Sin (163-SF-97) top-scored for the winners with 20 points and Lui Shuk Yi (171-SF-98) had 17. FONG Tsz Yan poured in 6, whilst TSE Yik Lam added 4. DE SILVA WIMALATUNGA Manikk collected 17 points and 12 rebounds in defeat and GALLASSAGE Jithendri Nisalie brought 12 points and 13 rebounds. FERNANDO Arshakulasooriya notched 8, whilst SAMARASINGHE ARACHCHIGE delivered 4.

Hong Kong U16: Cheung Wa Sin 20, Lui Shuk Yi 17, FONG Tsz Yan 6, TSE Yik Lam 4
Sri Lanka U16: DE SILVA WIMALATUNGA Manikk 17+12 rebs, GALLASSAGE Jithendri Nisalie Ma, 12+13 rebs, FERNANDO Arshakulasooriya 8, SAMARASINGHE ARACHCHIGE 4



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