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William Jones Cup 2011 - Women Basketball



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William Jones Cup Standings
1. Taiwan 4-0
2. Japan 3-1
3. Taiwan B 2-2
4. India 1-3
5. S.Korea 0-4



 
Taiwan women's NT wins 2011 Jones Cup

Taiwanese National Team 2011
Starting Five in BOLD letters
Starting five
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Yi-Feng Chen
Chen
Shih-Chieh Chang
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Yi-Lien Chiang
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Yi-Chun Liu
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Shu-Chen Huang
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4 Chen Yi-Feng 170-G-84 Cathay Life Taiwan
5 Chang Shih-Chieh 172-G-86
6 Chiang Feng-Chun 184-F-81 Chunghwa T. Taiwan
7 Lan Hao-Yu 171-F-83 Cathay Life Taiwan
8 Lin Chi-Wen 186-C-83 Taipower Taiwan
9 Chu Yung-Hsuan 178-F-81 Cathay Life Taiwan
10 Li You-Ruei 180-G-86 Cathay Life Taiwan
11 Ma Yi-Hung 176-F/G-80 Taiyuan T. Taiwan
12 Chiang Yi-Lien 165-G-82
13 Liu Yi-Chun 186-C-86 Taipower Taiwan
14 Huang Shu-Chen 178-C-83 Taipower Taiwan
15 Liu Chun-Yi 180-F/C-81 Taiyuan T. Taiwan

Chang Hui-Ying Head Coach
 


Results and Stats from the final day of action in New Taipei City - Aug 5, 2011

Japan - India 98:62
Japan wrapped up their William Jones Cup campaign with victory. They cruised past India to clinch the second position in the ladder at 3-1 record. Rina Tomizaki (180-F/C-88) and Mutya Mori (181-C-88) stepped up with 15 points each to pace the effort. India fell at 1-3 record and occupied the fourth place at the tournament.
Japan erupted for 31 points in the starting frame to clear off. They dominated in the second period. Japan outgunned their opponents 21:10 to establish a comfortable 57:26 halftime lead. Japan did not loosen the grip in the third term. They boosted the distance to 36 points and never looked back afterwards. Kana Motoyama (180-F-90) delivered 11 points, while Saori Fujiyoshi (178-G/F-87) and Misaki Onuma (175-F-90) had 10 points each in the victory. Geethu Anna Jose (185-C-85) responded with 16 points for India. Anitha Pauldurai (170-G-85) netted 12 points in the loss.

Japan: Rina Tomizaki 15, Mutya Mori 15, Kana Motoyama 11
India: Geethu Anna Jose 16, Anitha Pauldurai 12


Taiwan - South Korea 73:50
Taiwan finished their William Jones Cup campaign on a high note. They breezed past South Korea for the fourth straight win. Chiang Feng-Chun (184-F-81) scored 16 points to pace the hosts. South Korea in the meantime suffered the fourth consecutive defeat to remain at the bottom of the ladder.
Taiwan and South Korea stayed close in the opening quarter. The home team eked out a narrow 17:14 lead after ten minutes of action. South Korea stayed within striking distance throughout the second frame. They trailed by just three points at the interval 28:31. But things changed drastically in the third period. Taiwan shifted the gear and unloaded 26 points in the third term. They piled up a comfortable 57:37 lead with one quarter to go. South Korea never recovered suffering yet another loss at the tournament at the end. Chen Yi-Feng (170-G-84) and Liu Chun-Yi (180-F/C-81) accounted for 9 points each for Taiwan. Lee Seon-Hwa (181-C-88) responded with 14 points and 15 rebounds for South Korea. Park Tae-Eun (170-G-87) had 14 points in the loss.

Taiwan: Chiang Feng-Chun 16, Chen Yi-Feng 9, Liu Chun-Yi 9
South Korea: Lee Seon-Hwa 14+15 boards, Park Tae-Eun 14



Results and Stats from Day 4 in New Taipei City - Aug 4, 2011

Taiwan - Taiwan University NT 77:59
Taiwan recorded the third straight win at the William Jones Cup. They overcame Taiwanese University National Team to claim the title at the tournament. Chiang Feng-Chun (184-F-81) stepped up with 26 points to lead the effort. University National Team slipped at 2-2 record after the loss.
The teams stayed close throughout the opening quarter. Taiwan recorded a narrow 24:23 lead after ten minutes. They stiffened defence in the second period. Taiwan secured a 38:34 halftime advantage. Taiwan cleared off in the third term. They limited the University National Team to just 12 points in the period to take a 14-point lead with one quarter remaining. University National Team never recovered in the fourth term as Taiwan cruised to the victory. Liu Chun-Yi (180-F/C-81) came up with 15 points, 6 rebounds and 4 assists for the winners. Chen Yi-Feng (170-G-84) delivered 8 points for Taiwan. Chen Yu-Chun (176-F-87) answered with 12 points, 8 rebounds and 3 assists. Hsu Chien-Hui (171-G/F-89) had 11 points in the loss.

Taiwan: Chiang Feng-Chun 26, Liu Chun-Yi 15, Chen Yi-Feng 8
Taiwan University NT: Chen Yu-Chun 12, Hsu Chien-Hui 11


Japan - South Korea 61:56
Japan registered the second straight win at the William Jones Cup. They held off South Korea for 2-1 record in the ladder. Rina Tomizaki (180-F/C-88) stepped up with 17 points to lead the winners. South Korea in the meantime suffered the third straight loss at the tournament.
Japan dominated in the starting quarter. They posted a 17:12 lead ten minutes into the game. South Korea bounced back in the second term. They surged ahead for a 33:30 halftime advantage. Roller-coaster action continued in the third term as Japan answered with a stifling defence limiting South Korea to just 6 points. Japan entered the fourth term up by 3 points. They hung on for the victory in tough dying minutes. Eri Nakahata (165-G-88) produced 14 points and 7 rebounds, while Misaki Onuma (175-F-90) contributed 11 points in the victory. Park Jung-Eun (180-F-77) replied with 24 points, 10 rebounds and 4 assists for South Korea. Hong Boram (178-F-88) netted 15 points in defeat.

Japan: Rina Tomizaki 17, Eri Nakahata 14, Misaki Onuma 11
South Korea: Park Jung-Eun 24, Hong Boram 15


Results and Stats from Day 3 in New Taipei City - Aug 3, 2011

India - South Korea 63:59
India celebrated the first win at the William Jones Cup in Taiwan. They overcame South Korea to improve at 1-2 record. Anitha Pauldurai (170-G-85) stepped up with 24 points, 8 rebounds and 3 assists to lead the effort. South Korea fell at 0-2 record after the defeat.
South Korea looked the better team in the opening quarter. They earned a 17:9 lead at the first intermission. The teams traded baskets throughout the second quarter. South Korea established a 32:24 halftime advantage. But India turned things upside down in the third quarter. They erupted for 24 points to take a 7-point lead before the fourth term. South Korea went on a desperate comeback rally in the final period but came up short of victory at the end. Prashanti Singh (173-G-84) delivered 16 points, while Geethu Anna Jose (185-C-85) added 9 points and 11 rebounds in the win. Park Jung-Eun (180-F-77) replied with 13 points and 9 caroms for South Korea. Lee Seon-Hwa (181-C-88) netted 12 points in defeat.

India: Anitha Pauldurai 24, Prashanti Singh 16, Geethu Anna Jose 9+11 boards
South Korea: Park Jung-Eun 13, Lee Seon-Hwa 12

Taiwan University NT - Japan 58:77
Japan recorded the first win at the William Jones Cup. They overcame Taiwan University National Team to improve at 1-1 record. Saori Fujiyoshi (178-G/F-87) scored 18 points to lead the winners.
Japan eked out a 16:13 lead after ten minutes of action. They maintained the lead throughout the second quarter. The visitors arrived at halftime up by six points 32:26. Japan stayed aggressive in the third quarter. They fired 21 points in the period posting a 13-point lead with ten minutes remaining. Taiwan could not recover in the final stanza as Japan rolled to the victory at the end. Rina Tomizaki (180-F/C-88) accounted for 16 points, 9 rebounds and 4 assists in the win. Mutya Mori (181-C-88) netted 10 points for Japan. Chen Yu-Chun (176-F-87) answered with 12 points for Taiwan University NT. Huang Fan-Shan (173-G-87) netted 11 points in the loss.

Taiwan University NT: Chen Yu-Chun 12, Huang Fan-Shan 11
Japan: Saori Fujiyoshi 18, Rina Tomizaki 16, Mutya Mori 10


Results and Stats from Day 2 in New Taipei City - Aug 2, 2011

Taiwan - India 94:49
Taiwan National Team posted the second win in a row at the William Jones Cup. They fired past India to remain on top of the ladder at 2-0 record. Liu Chun-Yi (180-F/C-81) stepped up with 19 points, 5 assists and 4 rebounds to lead the effort. India fell at 0-2 record after the defeat.
Taiwan started the game aggressively and ensured a 20:12 lead after ten minutes. They dominated in the second quarter as well. The hosts piled up a 49:30 halftime buffer. Taiwan increased the tempo in the third quarter. They knocked down 24 points to ensure a 33-point lead with one quarter to go. Taiwan never slowed down driving to a comfortable win at the end. Chiang Feng-Chun (184-F-81) delivered 16 points, while Lan Hao-Yu (171-F-83) netted 13 points in the victory. Geethu Anna Jose (185-C-85) responded with 17 points for India. Anitha Pauldurai (170-G-85) delivered 10 points, 7 assists and 4 rebounds in defeat.

Taiwan: Liu Chun-Yi 19, Chiang Feng-Chun 16, Lan Hao-Yu 13
India: Geethu Anna Jose 17, Anitha Pauldurai 10

Taiwan University NT - South Korea 52:43
Taiwan University National Team earned the second consecutive win at the annual William Jones Cup invitational tournament. They shot down South Korea for 2-0 record on top of the ladder. Chen Yu-Chun (176-F-87) stepped up with 17 points and 9 rebounds to lead the effort. South Korea fell at 0-1 record after the loss.
South Korea jumped to an early lead. They posted a 16:12 lead after ten minutes of action. The hosts however limited South Korea to only 6 points in the second quarter posting a comfortable 29:22 halftime lead. The teams traded baskets throughout the third quarter. Taiwan ensured a 7-point lead with one quarter remaining. The home team outscored South Korea in the final frame and clinched the victory at the end. Huang Fan-Shan (173-G-87) (173-G-87) delivered 11 points and 9 rebounds, while Huang Ping-Jen (178-F-89) added 8 points and 10 rebounds in the victory. Park Tae-Eun (170-G-87) answered with 11 points for South Korea. Lee Seon-Hwa (181-C-88) and Hong Boram (178-F-88) notched 10 points apiece in the loss.

Taiwan University NT: Chen Yu-Chun 17, Huang Fan-Shan 11, Huang Ping-Jen 8+10 boards
South Korea: Park Tae-Eun 11, Lee Seon-Hwa 10, Hong Boram 10


Results and Stats from Day 1 in New Taipei City - Aug 1, 2011

Taiwan - Japan 72:62
Taiwan victoriously opened their William Jones Cup invitational tournament campaign. They held off Japan for the initial win. Liu Chun-Yi (180-F/C-81) stepped up with 22 points, 7 rebounds and 4 assists to pace the effort.
Taiwan set the tone early. They outscored Japan 22:11 in the opening frame. Taiwan maintained the pressure in the second period. They arrived at halftime up by as many as 16 points 42:26. Japan came back from slumber in the third term. The visitors went on a 21:10 run to narrow the deficit to just five points. But Taiwan were back in the drivers seat in the final period clinching a tough victory at the end. You-Ruei Li provided 14 points, while Chiang Feng-Chun (184-F-81) netted 12 points in the winning case. Rina Tomizaki (180-F/C-88) responded with 19 points for Japan. Masaki Tanaka delivered 12 points in defeat.

Taiwan: Liu Chun-Yi 22, You-Ruei Li 14, Chiang Feng-Chun 12
Japan: Rina Tomizaki 19, Tanaka Masaki (171-F-88) 12

Taiwan University Team - India 71:64
Taiwan University National Team opened their William Jones Cup invitational tournament campaign with victory. They overcame India on the first day of action. Hsu Chien-Hui (171-G/F-89) scored 17 points to pace the winners.
The teams stayed close throughout the opening quarter. Taiwan eked out a 17:16 lead after ten minutes. They stiffened defence in the second frame. Taiwan held India to just 6 points in the period to pile up a 35:22 halftime lead. Taiwan maintained the lead throughout the third frame. They established a 17-point cushion with one quarter to go. India went on a desperate comeback rally in the final frame but came up short at the end. Huang Ping-Jen (178-F-89) notched 16 points, while Chen Yu-Chun (176-F-87) finished with 13 points and 9 rebounds in the loss. Geethu Anna Jose (185-C-85) replied with impressive 34 points and 18 rebounds for India. Anitha Pauldurai (170-G-85) had 11 points in defeat.

Taiwan University Team: Hsu Chien-Hui 17, Huang Ping-Jen 16, Chen Yu-Chun 13
India: Geethu Anna Jose 34+18 boards, Anitha Pauldurai 11

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