2ND FIBA ASIA U16 CHAMPIONSHIP FOR WOMEN
JINAN, CHINA
4TH DECEMBER, 2011 - 11TH DECEMBER, 2011
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  President:  Mr. Lee Kwan Wah JP
  Secretary General: Mr. Chu Chun Sang
   
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  Web:  http://www.basketball.org.hk
   
   
 
 
 
  Head Coach:  Tam Yau Tong
   
  PLAYERS
   
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No.Given NameFamily NameDOBHt.Pos.
4Yuen Ling Ko 16/04/1995169 
5Hiu Lui Tong 20/07/1995169 
6Tsz Ching Kwong 06/02/1995175 
7Wai Ping Cham 01/04/1995177 
8Tsz Ki Chan 13/09/1996164 
9Yik Lam Tse 19/04/1997160 
10Hui Ying Seung 03/05/1996162 
11Yee Lok Wong 27/03/1995173 
12Stephanie Hellbach 05/02/1995180 
13Wa Sin Cheung 05/03/1997164 
14Wai Leung 15/03/1996171 
15Yuen Ying Wong 27/02/1995168 
   
 
   
Avg. Ht: 169.33 cms
 
 
     
 
       
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  India grow as the games goes, remain in Level I  
     
10/12/2011
IND/HKG - India grow as the games goes, remain in Level I

India began the game with caution, but took charge of the proceedings early on and then grew in confidence as the game progressed to roll over Hong Kong 81-51 in the Level I Qualifying Games on Saturday.

 
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  Malaysia, Hong Kong complete formalities in Level II  
     
08/12/2011
MAS/HKG - Malaysia, Hong Kong complete formalities in Level II

Malaysia and Hong Kong completed the formalities of finishing on top of Level II competition with nonchalant ease and more were concerned in staying back to watch the India-Philippines Level I contest to scout their opponent in the Qualifying Play-offs scheduled for Saturday.

 
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  Level 2 Day 3 Review: Malaysia move closer to play-offs; Lanka, Singapore keep hopes alive  
     
06/12/2011
MAS/HKG - Level 2 Day 3 Review: Malaysia move closer to play-offs; Lanka, Singapore keep hopes alive

Malaysia carried out their plans with composure at the crunch moments in their 61-57 win against Hong Kong on Tuesday and moved very close to a top-two finish in Level II.

 
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  Level 2 Day 2 Round-Up: 2nd wins for Malaysia, Hong Kong; Singapore down Lanka  
     
05/12/2011
MAS/HKG - Level 2 Day 2 Round-Up: 2nd wins for Malaysia, Hong Kong; Singapore down Lanka

Malaysia and Hong Kong the top two teams – in terms of the ranking of the previous edition of the event – kept their reputation intact posting their second wins from as many games as Singapore overcame some initial stutter to beat an enthusiastic Sri Lanka in Level II action on Monday.

 
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  Hong Kong girls look for unprecedented glory  
     
30/11/2011
HKG - Hong Kong girls look for unprecedented glory

Hong Kong go into a competition in ‘Mainland China’ aiming for unprecedented glory. By virtue of finishing ninth in the inaugural FIBA Asia U16 Championship for Women at Pune two years ago, Hong Kong are one of the highest ranked teams in Level II from the previous edition.

 
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   All times Jinan local (GMT +0800 Hrs)
 
 
      
1500 3/4 PLCChina-Chinese Taipeihttp://www.fibalivestats.com/matches/4142/04/58/85/34rvJnugGIuYA/
1700 FinalKorea-Japanhttp://www.fibalivestats.com/matches/4142/04/58/86/77CmMc2vwUUrE/
 
   PRELIMINARY ROUND
 
 
  LEVEL I
TeamWLPtsGA
Japan50101.58
China41091.79
Korea32081.06
Chinese Taipei23071.13
India14060.65
Philippine05050.37
  LEVEL II
TeamWLPtsGA
Malaysia50101.38
Hong Kong41091.55
Singapore32081.07
Sri Lanka23070.92
Uzbekistan14060.73
Macau05050.69
 
 
 
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  RANKING GIRLS    
  Team Rank Points
  China 6 133.0
  Japan 13 78.0
  Korea 15 57.0
  Chinese Taipei 25 27.0
  Thailand 30 17.7
         
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