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Al-Ittihad and Al-Fath started the International Tournament - May 6, 2012


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Al-Ittihad and Al-Fath started the International Tournament-32nd GCC Clubs Basketball Championship. Both teams from Saudi Arabia however lost the major games and did not advance to the next stage.
In Day 1 Muharraq overcame Al-Fath from Saudi Arabia 89:74. The team from Bahrain started with 26:17 and added 24-15 in the second period. Al-Fath won the third quarter 27-23 but could reduce only to 15 points at the end. Chester Giles (211-F/C-85, college: Oregon St.) and Era Clark guided Muharraq to victory, scoring 20 points each. Tyler Amaya (199-F-82, college: W.Washington) and Mohammed Al Saqer replied with 21 points each in the losing effort.
On May 4th Al Wasl beat Al-Ittihad from Saudi Arabia 76:60. The first quarter ended 28-20 for Al Wasl, who maintained momentum to clinch a 48-27 lead at half-time. Al Wasl also won the third period 20-16 and captured the victory by 16 points.
Al-Hala edged Al Ittihad 64:60. The winners took 15:13 after the first 10 minutes and claimed a 31:27 lead at the break. Al Ittihad extended their narrow advantage to 46:43 with Al Harbi and Donald Cole (204-C/F-81, agency: Edge Sports, college: Sam Houston St.) on fire. Al-Hala however played better at the end and sealed the victory.
Tonight Al-Rayan from Qatar rolled over Al-Fath from Saudi Arabia 77:60. Al-Ittihad finished the campaign with the narrow win over Al Nizwa 78:75.
  




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