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Eliminations to World Championship U17 to start in Asia Nov.17th - Oct 29, 2009


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The Eliminations to World Championships U17 2010 will start at Asian Championships U16 this year. The tournament will take place at Johor Bahru in Malaysia between Nov.17 to Nov.29 2009. The top two teams from the Championship will qualify for the inaugural 2010 FIBA U17 World Championship to be played in Hamburg, Germany from July 2-11, 2010.

Preliminary Round groups are:
Group A: China, India, Jordan, Myanmar.
Group B: Bahrain, Japan, Kazakhstan, Philippines.
Group C: Korea, Kuwait, Malaysia, Singapore, Syria.
Group D: Chinese Taipei, Iran, Thailand, Saudi Arabia.

The top two teams from the four groups will advance into the top half of the Quarterfinal round with the eight teams being drawn into two groups of four teams each in the following manner:
Group I: A1, B2, C1, D2
Group II: B1, A2, C2, D1
Courtesy of FIBA Asia
  



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 3. N.Zealand
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