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Qualifying Round starts in Nha Trang City - Oct 22, 2011


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Group E
Taiwan - South Korea 59-79
South Korea recorded the fourth straight win at the start of U16 Asia Championship. They toppled Taiwan to improve at 3-0 record on top of Group E. Kim Gookchan (193-F-96) scored 18 points to pace the effort. Taiwan fell at 0-3 record after the loss. South Korea jumped to a comfortable lead early in the game. They ensured a 22:12 lead ten minutes into the game. South Korea maintained the lead throughout the second term. They established a 40:26 halftime cushion. The Korean side stayed aggressive offensively. They unloaded 23 points in the third quarter to pile up a 20-point lead with one quarter remaining. The teams traded baskets throughout the final stanza as the Korean team marched to yet another victory. Yun Yeongbin (195-F/C-95) nailed 16 points, while Heo Hoon (181-G-95) contributed 14 points for South Korea. Kuan-Shiuan Lu answered with 13 points for Taiwan. Pan Siang-Ting (95) notched 11 points in the loss.

India - Lebanon 65-77
Lebanon entered the second stage of the U16 Asia Championship with victory. They shot down India behind 22 points from Jimmy Salem (190-G-95). Lebanon thus improved at 2-1 record in Group E. India on the other hand fell at 1-2 record. The teams stayed close throughout the opening quarter. Lebanon registered a 17:13 lead after ten minutes. But India picked up the slack in the second frame. They narrowed the deficit to just three points at the interval 31:34. But the third term proved the difference. Lebanon exploded with 29 points to clear off to a 16-point distance. India outscored their opponents in the fourth frame but could not rescue the encounter at the end. Albert Zeinoun (176-G-95) posted 21 points, while Gerard Hadidian (197-F-95) delivered 20 points in the victory. Loveneet Singh (178-G-95) replied with 16 points for India. Ajay Pratap Singh (193-F-95) had 12 points in the losing case.

China - Iraq 84-41
China maintained their perfect record at the U16 Asia Championship. The defending champions smashed Iraq to take 3-0 record in Group E. Zhao Jiwei (185-G-95) stepped up with 24 points to lead the charge. Iraq fell at 0-3 record after the defeat. China outscored their opponents 22:10 in the starting quarter. They stayed in charge throughout the second term. The reigning champions posted a 41:21 halftime lead. China mounted the pressure in the third term. They unleashed 28 points to arrive at the final intermission up by as many as 38 points 69:31. China never looked back afterwards coasting to the victory at the end. Zhou Qi (215-C-96) delivered 11 points, while Xiaopeng Guo knocked down 9 points in the win. Karrar Hamzah (187-G/F-95) replied with 13 points for Iraq. Ahmed Razzaq had 8 points in the loss.

Group F
Saudi Arabia - Indonesia 65-70
Indonesia opened the Second Stage of the U16 Asia Championship with victory. They defeated Saudi Arabian counterparts to take 2-1 record in Group E. Vincent Kosasih (198-C-96) provided 20 points for the winning team. Saudi Arabia got to the better start. They limited Indonesia to just 10 points in the opening frame to take a 4-point lead. But Indonesia slowly changed the complexion of the encounter. They trimmed the deficit to just two points at the interval 25:27. Indonesia finally pulled ahead in the third quarter. They headed into the fourth frame up by a single point 45:44. The teams were tied at 57 with under three minutes remaining. Taufik Ramadhan (184-F-95) and Vincent Kosasih then followed with four points in a row to give Indonesia a lead. The margin grew then to 7 points and Indonesia ran away with the victory at the end. Hans Abraham (179-G-95) notched 16 points, while Taufik Ramadhan had 12 points in the win. Raad Barnawi (185-G-95) responded with 17 points, while Abdulaziz Sakar (183-G-95) topscored for Saudi Arabia with 18 points.

Qatar - Philippines 28-107
Philippines registered the third win in a row at the U16 Asia Championship in Vietnam. They battered Qatar to improve at 3-0 record in Qualifying Round Group F. Six played scored in double digits for the winners. Jordan Heading (185-G-96) and Janhubert Cani (178-PG-95) provided 15 points each to pace Philippines. Qatar fell at 0-3 record after the loss. Philippines did not waste time as they surged ahead right from the start. They erupted for 36 points in the opening quarter to secure a 30-point lead after ten minutes. Philippines stayed in charge throughout the second quarter. They posted a 56:10 lead at the interval. Philippines did not slow down after the big break. They nailed 29 points in the third quarter to clear off to a comfortable 65-point distance and cruised to the victory at the end. Adven Diputado (173-PG-95) netted 14 points in the win. Mohammed Dawoud (195-C-95) answered with 10 points for Qatar. Mohamed Abdelkawy had 7 points in the loss.

Japan - Vietnam 97-36
Japan registered the fourth straight win at the U16 Asia Championship. They bumped Vietnam to take 3-0 record in the Qualifying Round Group F. Yudai Baba (190-F-95) knocked down 17 points to pace the winners. Japan shocked the hosts in the first half. Japan limited Vietnam to just 6 points in twenty minutes to record a 52:6 lead at the interval. Japan scored eagerly after the big break. They unloaded 29 points in the third term to enjoy an insurmountable 60-point lead with ten minutes remaining. Vietnam slowed down the visitors in the fourth quarter to sweeten the pill at the end. Kenta Yamamoto (194-C-95) notched 16 points for Japan. Yoshitomo Chikui (185-F-95) had 13 points in the victory. Jason Tran (180-F-95) answered with 9 points for Vietnam. Thong Nguyen Duy delivered 7 points in the loss.

13-14 place
Malaysia - Uzbekistan 78-30
Malaysia clinched the 13th place at the U16 Asia Championship. They held off Uzbekistan in the final game of the tournament for both teams. Eng Keng (186-F-95) nailed 20 points to lead the effort. Malaysia and Uzbekistan got to a slow start. They teamed up for just 17 points in the first frame as Malaysia eked out an 11:6 lead. They maintained the advantage throughout the second term. Moreover Malaysia stretched the gap to as many as 14 points at the interval 31:17. Uzbekistan could not change the complexion of the clash after the big break. Malaysia established a 30-point buffer with ten minutes remaining. They held Uzbekistan to only 8 points in the fourth stanza and sealed the winning outcome. Kwong Lee (179-G-95) delivered 15 points for Malaysia. Yik Sim (179-G-95) netted 13 points in the win. Farrukhjon Muratov (185-G-95) answered with 12 points fo rUzbekistan. Artur Ovanesov (192-F-95) and Bogdan Erofeev (195-F-95) notched 4 points each in the loss.

  



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Asian Championships U16 Final Standings
 1. Australia
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 3. N.Zealand
 4. Philippine.
 5. S.Korea
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 7. Iran
 8. Lebanon

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