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Second Stage starts in Tehran - Sep 28, 2013

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Group E
Syria - Iran 46-61
Iran cruise past Syria at the Second Stage of the U16 Asia Championship. The hosts of the tournament improved to 2-1 record in the newly created Group E. Syria fell at 1-2 record. The teams exchanged the lead several times in the first period as Syria took 12:10 at the end of it. They led 19:13 midway through the second frame, while Iran took 28:22 halftime advantage. They increased to 48:34 at the end of the third period and did not look behind after. Iran posted a 15-point win at the end of the game and moved up to the second place. Amirhossein Azari (189-SF-98) top-scored for the winners with 15 points and Farhadi Chalabeh Soheil netted 14. Baban Barzin poured in 13, whilst Mehran Meraji (198-PF-97) had 6. Khori Khalel replied with 17 points and 10 rebounds in defeat and Mohammad Hadri (188-C-97) collected 12 points and 13 rebounds. Egho Karl ended up with 6 and Shammas Ronaldo brought 5.

Bahrain - South Korea 82-79
Juma Mohamed shock South Korea at the start of the Second Stage at the U16 Asia Championship. He erupted with 31 points and 20 rebounds as his Bahrain overcame South Korea 82:79. They improved to 1-2 record, while South Korea fell at 2-1. Both teams scored 10 points each in the opening tip and then had 23:23 on the board after the first 10 minutes. Bahrain grabbed the lead in the second frame and took 45:36 halftime advantage. They led 52:45 midway through the third period and increased to 12 points after 30 minutes. South Korea did all their best to recover but reduced to final 3 points. Ali Baqer (181-PG-97) scored 14 points and Hasan Sadiq nailed 13. Ghazwan Mohamed delivered 10 points in a win. Kwon Hyeokjoon ended up with 20 points in a loss, whilst Park Sangkwon collected 16 points and 12 rebounds. Choi Jaehwa (178-PG-98) also scored 16, whilst Han Seunghui added 8 points and 12 rebounds.

China - Malaysia 119-52
China destroy Malaysia at the Second Stage opener of the U16 Asia Championship. The favorites posted a 119:52 win for 3-0 record in Group E. Malaysia fell at 0-3 record at the bottom of the group. China won the first period 30-16 and added massive 33-14 in the second period. Malaysia scored only 11 points in the third and then the last stanzas and managed to lose the game by 67 points. China erupted with a 32-11 surge in the third quarter and finished the game with a 24-11 run. Zhao Ye (198-F-97) and Fu Hao, Hu Jinqiu (208-C-97) top-scored for the winners with 17 points each. Yuan Zheliang notched 15, while Xu Mingzhi (185-C-97) added 13. Foo Ting Jun and Tan Wei Jie produced 11 points each in defeat and Wong Mun Hin netted 8. Zi Feung Chang (194-C-97) followed them with 7 points in a loss.

Group F
Jordan - Philippines 60-73
Philippines stun Jordan in Tehran at the start of the first day of the Second Stage of the U16 Asia Championship. Philippines grabbed a 73:60 win for 2-1 record in Group F. Jordan meanwhile fell at 1-2 record. Philippines won the first period 17-14 and added 26-17 in the second frame. Jordan however posted a 19-15 rally in the third period and reduced to 8 points after 30 minutes. Philippines needed a 15-10 run in the last stanza to win the game by 13 points. Jose IV Go (183-G-97) top-scored for the winners with 22 points and Mendoza Jose Lorenzo netted 14. Michael Joseph Nieto (188-C-97) collected 12 points and 20 boards, whilst Nieto Joseph Matthew had 8. Yaseed Hijazi (178-G-97) answered with 14 points in defeat and Aljadidi Almajali Hashem as well as Omar Albdour (170-PG-97) had 10 each. Daher Mohammad produced 9 points in a loss.

Japan - Kazakhstan 94-74
Hachimura Rui and Maki Hayato combine for 62 points in a win over Kazakhstan in Group F of the U16 Asia Championship. They helped Japan to win 94:74. Japan improved to 3-0 record, while Kazakhstan fell at 0-3 record. Japan erupted with a 17-5 in the start of the game and never looked behind after. They closed the first period at 33:9 and led 56:37 at the halftime. Both teams scored 18 points each in the third period, while Japan closed the game with a 20-19 run. Hachimura Rui paced all the winners with 35 points and Maki Hayato netted 27. Muto Kaito produced 7, whilst Hiraiwa Gen and Taira Shogo had 6 each. Konstantin Neff (199-F-97) answered with 25 points in defeat and Zhalgasbek Kadyr (176-PG-97) scored 20. Voronushkin Leonid and Valentin Kirilin (176-PG-97) delivered 8 points each in a loss.

India - Taiwan 69-80
Taiwan won over India at the start of the Second Stage of U16 Asia Championship. Taiwan improved to 3-0 record in group F after an 80:69 win. India meanwhile fell at 0-3 record. Taiwan started the game with a 10-8 lead and increased to 27:17 after the first period. They continued their dominance in the second frame and sealed a 52:34 lead at the halftime. Taiwan led 60:42 after 25 minutes of the game, while the board showed 67:52 after 30 minutes. India looked better in the last period and managed to reduce to final 80:69 result. Wu Yen-Ju top-scored for the winners with 21 points and Sun Yung-Cheng notched 17. Huang Chien-Chih (187-F-97) poured in 16, whilst Tu Ssu-Han had 8. Singh Mahipal erupted with 34 points in a loss, whilst Vishal Gupta (198-C-98) brought 11. Pandit Arjun scored 8 and Das Mithun added 6.


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

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