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Play-Off bracket 4

SABA Pre-Qualifiers: Sri Lanka and Bangladesh clinch next round berth - 16 days ago
SABA Sri Lanka - Bhutan 71-60 Sri Lanka defeated Bhutan to finish the SABA Pre-Qualifiers on top of the ladder and advanced into the next round. Praneeth Udumalagala (188-G-93) scored 19 points to lead the winners. Sri Lanka recorded a 39:12 halftime lead. Bhutan used a massive 32:14 rally in the fourth frame but came up short of win at the end. Isuru Prabath (192-G/F-95) nailed 14 points and grabbed 9 rebounds for Sri Lanka. Dorji Rinchen (88), Jigme Yonten (92) and Kesang Phuntsho (86...   [read more]

SABA Pre-Qualifiers: Victories for Sri Lanka and Bangladesh - 17 days ago
SABA Sri Lanka - Maldives 82-57 Sri Lanka fired past Maldives to gain the third win in a row at the tournament. Praneeth Udumalagala (188-G-93) posted 21 points and 9 rebounds to lead the effort. Sri Lanka dominated from start to finish. They grabbed a 43:30 halftime lead. Sri Lanka then used a 28:11 run in the third term to clear off for good. Timothy Nithushan (190-F-91) had 17 points in the victory. Abdulla Amzar (185-G-95) replied with 10 points for Maldives. Bangladesh - Nepal 7...   [read more]

SABA Pre-Qualifiers: Sri Lanka and Maldives stay undefeated - 18 days ago
SABA Sri Lanka - Nepal 70-57 Sri Lanka kept on winning in Dhaka. They overcame Nepal for 2-0 record. Timothy Nithushan (190-F-91) scored 16 points to lead the winners. Sri Lanka trailed by two points heading into the second frame. But they held Nepal to just 41 points in the next three quarters and raced to a comfortable win. Clinton Stallon Thevakumar (179-PG-93) had 14 points for Sri Lanka. Ayush Singh (170-PG-93) answered with 23 points for Nepal. Bhutan - Maldives 66-74 Maldives...   [read more]

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