Asia-Basket.com All-Asian U18 Championships Awards 2012 - Oct 9, 2012
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MVP: Yang LiWei (175-G-95) of China
Best Guard: Yang LiWei (175-G-95) of China
Best Forward: Huang Sijing (190-F-96) of China
Best Center: Miyuki Kawamura (183-C-94) of Japan
Best Coach: Xin Li of China
G: Huang Yu-Ting (160-94) of Taiwan
G: Yang LiWei (175-95) of China
F: Kang Leeseul (180-94) of South Korea
F: Huang Sijing (190-96) of China
C: Miyuki Kawamura (183-94) of Japan
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China - Japan 66-60
China regained their U18 Asia Championship title. They defeated Japan in the remake of 2010 Final to clinch Gold once again. Yang LiWei (175-G-95) delivered 20 points to lead the winners. It was a close battle from the start. China eked out a 16:15 lead after ten minutes. Japan shifted the gear and surged ahead in the second quarter. They secured a 38:30 halftime advantage. But China turned things around in the third frame [read more]
China - Japan 66-60 China regained their U18 Asia Championship title. They defeated Japan in the remake of 2010 Final to clinch Gold once again. Yang LiWei (175-G-95) delivered 20 points to lead the winners. It was a close battle from the start. China eked out a 16:15 lead after ten minutes. Japan shifted the gear and surged ahead in the second quarter. They secured a 38:30 halftime advantage. But China turned things around in the third frame. China capped the period with an 8:0 run to secure a 50:47 advantage. The margin grew at 8-point mark midway through the fourth quarter 60:52. Japan managed to cut the deficit to only 2 points 60:62 with 13 seconds remaining. But Sijing Huang and Gong Li (187-F-95) scored four points in a row to seal the victory for China. Gong Li posted 11 points, while Qiang Yi added 9 in the winning case. Saori Miyazaki (165-SG-95) answered with 13 points for Japan. Yunika Nakamura had 11 points in the loss.
South Korea - Taiwan 61-42 South Korea U18 claimed the place at the U18 Asia Championship pedestal. They overcame Taiwan in the consolation final tonight to clinch Bronze medals. The victory also means South Korea will play at the U19 World Championship in Lithuania next year. South Korea capitalized on a sloppy start from Taiwan to take a 13:7 lead after ten minutes. The teams stayed in a low-scoring mood throughout the second frame. South Korea secured a 24:18 halftime advantage. The Korean side managed to boost the gap in the third term. They entered the final quarter up by 8 points 38:30. Taiwan could not change the complexion of the game in the fourth frame. South Korea went on a 23:12 run and celebrated victory. Ku Seul (183-C-94) posted 20 points and 12 boards for the winners. Kim Hanbi (180-C-94) added 11 points, while Leeseul Kang grabbed 12 rebounds in the victory. Huang Yu-Ting (160-G-94) answered with 11 points and 10 rebounds for Taiwan. Lin Yu-Ting netted 9 points in the losing effort.
China and Japan to play for the title in Johor Bahru - Oct 5, 2012
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China - South Korea 72-46
China became the first finalists of U18 Asia Championship in Malaysia. They defeated South Korea to reach the title game. Yang LiWei (175-G-95) scored 15 points, grabbed 6 boards and issued 4 assists to lead the charge. China dominated from the opening minutes. They posted a 20:10 lead ten minutes into the game. China cruised in the second quarter. They established a comfortable 43:20 halftime advantage [read more]
China - South Korea 72-46 China became the first finalists of U18 Asia Championship in Malaysia. They defeated South Korea to reach the title game. Yang LiWei (175-G-95) scored 15 points, grabbed 6 boards and issued 4 assists to lead the charge. China dominated from the opening minutes. They posted a 20:10 lead ten minutes into the game. China cruised in the second quarter. They established a comfortable 43:20 halftime advantage. South Korea however turned things around in the third term. They limited their opponents to 8 points to narrow the deficit 15-point mark before the final frame. China made necessary arrangements in the final break and shifted the gear in the fourth period. They outgunned the Korean side 21:10 in the final ten minutes to celebrate a well-deserved win at the end. Huang Sijing (190-C/F-96) accounted for 12 points, while Zhang Jiahe added 9 points for China. Ku Seul (183-C-94) registered 12 points for South Korea. Kim Minjeong delivered 8 points in the loss.
Japan - Taiwan 113-55 Japan joined China in the U18 Asia Championship Final. They held off Taiwan in the second semifinal clash today. Miyuki Kawamura (183-C-94) and Saori Miyazaki (165-SG-95) posted 16 points each to lead the effort. Japan fired 27 points in the opening quarter to take a 6-point lead. They stretched the lead in the second quarter. Japan dominated at every end of the floor posting a 51:32 halftime lead. Japan exploded with 32 points in the third frame to take a 38-point advantage at the final intermission. Japan dropped 30 points in the fourth frame to clinch a comprehensive victory. Kanako Masuoka and Yunika Nakamura delivered 13 points each in the winning effort. Huang Ling-Chuan (174-F-94) answered with 11 points for Taiwan. Chen Wei-An and Chen Yen-Yu netted 8 points apiece in the losing effort.
Thailand - Hong Kong 55-47 Thailand secured their Level I spot for another season. They overcame Hong Kong in the Qualifying Round to stay in the top division. Supira Kianbut (175-C-94) came up with 16 points and 12 rebounds to pace the winners. Hong Kong started the game aggressively. They registered a 14:12 lead after ten minutes. But Thailand paid much stress to defence in the second quarter and held Hong Kong to only 7 points. Thailand surged ahead to pile up a 30:21 halftime lead. Thailand kept Hong Kong at bay throughout the third frame. They registered a 12-point lead heading into the fourth quarter. Hong Kong fought bravely until the final buzzer but could not avoid the loss at the end. Panparin Iam-U-Tama (162-G-95) had 13 points, while Varitta Srijunvong added 12 points for the winners. Wong Ka Yee (172-F-94) answered with 18 points and 9 boards for Hong Kong. Li Tsz Kwan netted 12 points and 9 caroms in the loss.
Malaysia - India 59-60 India recorded the crucial win at the U18 Asia Championship. They overcame hosting Malaysia in a tightly-contested battle to secure the place in Level I for the next edition of the tournament. Jeena Skaria (94) came up with 24 points and 11 boards to pace the visitors. India grabbed a 15:11 lead ten minutes into the game. They maintained the lead throughout the second frame. India enjoyed a 34:26 halftime buffer. The teams traded baskets throughout the third quarter. India entered the fourth stanza up by 8 points 46:38. But the hosts refused to give up. Malaysia narrowed the deficit to a single point with just over a minute remaining. But several misses in the dying stages did not allow Malaysia to snatch the victory. They will have to start from Level II in the next edition of the competition. Anjana Geetha (177-F-94) had 10 points for the winners. Shi yeng Ng (186-C-94) answered with 20 points and 12 rebounds for Malaysia. Chiew Yen Lee had 17 points in the loss.
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