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Bahrain win GCC basketball crown - Aug 19, 2016


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Bahrain claimed the fifth GCC Basketball U-15 Championship after defeating Qatar 80-54 on the last day of the tournament in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, yesterday. The scores of the four quarters were 20-7 (Bahrain), 20-13 (Bahrain), 23-18 (Bahrain) and 17-16 (Bahrain). Bahrain maintained their winning streak in the tournament and emerged as the champions with eight points. Saudi Arabia were second with seven points while Qatar finished third with six. This was Bahrain's fourth GCC title. The team asserted themselves from the beginning in last night's match, playing full court press against the Qatari players. They maintained their domination throughout the first two quarters to stay ahead 40-20 at half-time. Bahrain continued their excellent team work and succeeded to score many three pointers by Mustafa Hussain and Muzammil Amir, who both scored 39 points to help the team win 80-54.
Saudi Arabia won the silver medals while Qatar received the bronze medals. Meanwhile, Bahrain Basketball Association (BBA) President Adel Abdulrahman Al Assomi along with BBA Vice President Nasser Al Qaseer congratulated the team members for their excellent performances in the GCC tournament.
Courtesy of: gdnonline.com   




Loren Woods
Al Hala draw first blood - 4 days ago
AL HALA registered a surprise 84-82 win over Manama in the Golden Square stage of the Basketball League at the Khalifa Sports City Hall in Isa Town. The quarter results were 19-18 (Manama) 23-15 (Al Hala) 21-18 (Al Hala) 30-22 (Manama) The game was the first of two matches to decide the team who will qualify for the final. Al Hala started the game with a line-up consisting of Hussain Salman, Hasan Gerashi, Ahmed Jamal, Yasser Bunafoor and Loren Woods (218-C-78, college: Arizona). Al Manam...   [read more]

Ray Mitchell
Al Hidaya signs Ray Mitchell, ex Samaheej !! - 11 days ago
Al Hidaya (D1) signed 28-year old American guard Ray Mitchell (201-95kg-89, college: CS Stanislaus). He started the season at Samaheej in Bahrain Premier League. The last summer Mitchell played at Caboolture Suns (State League) in Australia. He is quite experienced player. Mitchell has played on five different continents (Europe, Asia, Latin America, Australia and of course North America). He has played previously professionally in Germany (Westfalen Mustangs), Mexico (Soles), ABA (IE Inv...   [read more]

Travis
Elliott
Elliott comes back to Brujos Izalco, ex Al Bahrain - 13 days ago
Brujos Izalco (Liga MB) strengthened their roster with addition of 26-year old American center Travis Elliott (203-104kg-91, college: Beth.-Cookman). It is actually his comeback to Izalco as he has played here before. Elliott He played recently at Al Bahrain in Bahrain Premier League. The last summer Elliott was tested by Brujos Izalco. He helped them to win the league title. Great season indeed as he was awarded Latinbasket.com All-El Salvador Liga Mayor Center of the Year and voted to 1...   [read more]


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