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GCC Basketball U-15 Championship: Bahrain cruise to victory over Oman - Aug 16, 2016


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Bahrain crushed Oman 110-41 in the third round of the fifth GCC Basketball U-15 Championship in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, last night. The quarters scores were 30-6 (Bahrain), 25-20 (Bahrain), 22-9 (Bahrain) and 33-6 (Bahrain). This was Bahrain's second consecutive victory in the tournament, after their first win against hosts Saudi Arabia 73-59, and they remain the only undefeated team in the championship. Bahrain dominated the match from the beginning and led the first quarter 30-6, thanks to excellent performance by Mustafa Hussain Ali who scored three three pointers. Bahrain continued their domination in the second quarter, maintaining the big margin until the end of the second quarter 55-26. Bahrain had no trouble in the third and fourth quarters as they scored a number of three pointers with lots of fast breaks and lay-ups to win the match 110-41.
In the other match, Qatar defeated UAE 53-45. The quarters scores were 14-12 (Qatar), 8-5 (UAE), 13-9 (Qatar), 21-16 (Qatar). This was Qatar's second victory and they lead the championship standing with five points from three matches. They had earlier won against Oman in their second game 48-42, but lost to hosts Saudi Arabia in the first match 48-44.
Courtesy of: gdnonline.com   




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