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Kereama
Tall Ferns finish William Jones Cup tied for best record - 15 days ago
The Tall Ferns have finished tied for the best record at the William Jones Cup, following tonight's 75-72 win over Japan. Their 4-1 record ties them with Japan, who were unbeaten coming in to tonight's fixture. 'It was a truly competitive game, a game of good execution for both teams at both end's of the court,' head coach Kennedy Kereama said. That comment is reflected in the stats, as the two sides couldn't be separated at halftime at 37-37. 13 third quarter points for Micaela Cocks (17...   [read more]

Saki Hayashi
Japan celebrate the 3rd consecutive win - 16 days ago
Japan celebrate the 3rd consecutive win at the William Jones Cup tournament and remain the only undefeated team. In Day 3 they posted a 75-68 win over Republic of China White 75-68. Saki Hayashi (171-G-95) top-scored for the winners with 19 points, while Mamiko Tanaka (178-C-96), Tamami Nakada (180-C-97) and Shiori Yasuma had 12 each. Chen Wei-An (178-C-95) and Lin-Chuan Huang answered with 16 points each in a loss. South Korea meanwhile edged India 56-51 and Republic of China 'Blue' over...   [read more]

Saki Hayashi
Japan, New Zealand and China B post wins in Day 2 - 17 days ago
Japan, New Zealand and Chinese Taipei post wins in Day 2 of the William Jones Cup tournament. Japan demolished India 93-42 as Saki Hayashi (171-G-95) stepped up with 17 points and Mirai Tamura (164-PG-94) netted 15. Shireen Vijay Limaye answered with 8 points in the losing effort. New Zealand edged South Korea 58-40. Antonia Edmondson (181-G-87) top-scored for the winners with 16 points and Chevannah Paalvast (180-G/F-91, college: Monmouth) as well as Micaela Cocks (174-G-86, college: Ore...   [read more]



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William Jones Cup Standings
 1. Japan 4-1 
 2. China B 4-1 
 3. N.Zealand 4-1 
 4. China 2-3 
 5. S.Korea 1-4 
 6. India 0-5 
Stats Leaders
Points Per Game
 1 Lin Yu Ting18.6 
 2 Hayashi Saki16 
 3 Micaela Cocks15.8 
 4 Wang Wei Lin14.8 
 5 Zheng Yi Xiu14.4 
 6 Jillian Harmon12.8 
 7 GaEun Kim12.7 
 8 Lin-Chuan Huang12.6 
 9 Wu Ying Jie10.6 
 10 Chen Yan Yu10.4 
Rebounds Per Game
 1 Kalani Purcell10.2 
 2 Tamami Nakada
 3 Lin Yu Ting7.2 
 4 Antonia Edmondson
 5 Zheng Yi Xiu6.8 
 6 JiEun Park
 7 Jeena Palanilkumkalayil Skaria
 8 Jillian Harmon5.6 
 9 Wang Wei Lin5.4 
 10 Lin Ji Wen5.4 
Assists Per Game
 1 Shiori Yasuma7.4 
 2 Yu-Chin Chu4.8 
 3 Lin Yu Ting
 4 Yu-Ting Huang3.3 
 5 Antonia Edmondson3.2 
 6 Pin Lo2.8 
 7 Jillian Harmon2.6 
 8 Anitha Paul Durai2.5 
 9 Mirai Tamura2.4 
 10 Wu Ying Jie2.4 
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