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U18 Championship: Indonesia beat Bahrain to finish on the 11th place - Aug 25, 2012


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Bahrain U18-Indonesia U18 64:67

Indonesia beat Bahrain to finish on the 11th place at the 22nd FIBA Asia U18 Championship. The team needed 67:64 win to clinch the higher place than the opponents.
Bahrain started with 14-11 lead, but Indonesia replied with the same result in the second quarter as Vicent Kosasih (202-C-96) tied the score at 25:25. Indonesia won the third period 22-21 and led 1 point after three quarters. Sitorus tied the game at 53:53, while Juan Kokodiputra (193-C/F-95) brought 62:55 midway through the fourth period. Mahamed Naser (191-F-97) reduced to 66:63 and Ali Hassan Shukralla cut it to 2 points from the free throw line. Juan Kokodiputra meanwhile score also one free throw for the winning team to bring the final result in the game.
Kevin Argadiba (195-C-94) paced all the winners with 14 points and Juan Kokodiputra scored 13. Vicent Kosasih and Yerikho Tuasela (178-G-94) followed them with 10 points apiece. Mohammed Buallay (185-F-95) replied with 15 points in the losing effort, whilst Ali Hassan Shukralla collected 14 points and 15 rebounds. Mahamed Naser delivered 11 and Jasim Abul (167-PG-94) had 10.

Bahrain U18: Mohammed Buallay 15, Ali Hassan Shukralla 14+15 rebs, Mahamed Naser 11, Jasim Abul 10
Indonesia U18: Kevin Argadiba 14, Juan Kokodiputra 13, Vicent Kosasih 10, Yerikho Tuasela 10
  




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