2ND FIBA ASIA U16 CHAMPIONSHIP FOR WOMEN
JINAN, CHINA
4TH DECEMBER, 2011 - 11TH DECEMBER, 2011
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  President:  Mr. Jong-Kul, Lee
  Secretary General: Mr. Jaemin Lee
   
  Office
   
  Korea Basketball Association Olympic Park, A-3, Oryun-dong 88-2, Songpa-gu, Seoul 138-151, Korea.
   
  Phone: + 822 4204221- 4
  Fax: +822 4204225
  Email: basket0102@hanmail.net
  Web:  http://www.koreabasketball.or.kr
   
   
 
 
 
  Head Coach:  Hu Man Dug
   
  PLAYERS
   
  Click on the Player Names to see the details
   
No.Given NameFamily NameDOBHt.Pos.
4Rurira Lee 01/01/1995174 
5Heji An 12/02/1997164 
6Jihyun Shin 12/09/1995173 
7Min Ji Lee 19/03/1995173 
8Seonyoung Lee 23/09/1995171 
9Sion Kim 29/05/1995173 
10Heejin Kim 30/11/1995165 
11Jieun Park 16/05/1995182 
12Eunju Yang 16/08/1995173 
13Inyoung Yang 13/03/1995182 
14Lina Lee 07/07/1996180 
15Yeonhee Kim 23/05/1996187 
   
 
   
Avg. Ht: 174.75 cms
 
 
     
 
       
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  Japan cap unbeaten run with clinical win for gold  
     
11/12/2011
JPN/KOR - Japan cap unbeaten run with clinical win for gold

Japan held a vice-like grip on the proceedings right from the word go and went on to beat Korea 102-56 in the gold medal game on Sunday, that capped a 7-0 winning spree for Hayashi Shinichiro’s girls in the competition.

 
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  It’s unbeaten Japan Vs. unflinchable Korea in gold medal game  
     
10/12/2011
JPN/KOR - It’s unbeaten Japan Vs. unflinchable Korea in gold medal game

It’s the first final of this Millennium that Korea and Japan will clash in the gold medal game in a FIBA Asia women’s competition. Korea have shown that they are unflinchable to any challenge in beating China. Now, can they pull themselves up and hand Japan their only defeat in Jinan? We’ll know the answer in less than 24 hours!

 
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  Kim drives Korea into final, and the Netherlands  
     
10/12/2011
KOR/CHN - Kim drives Korea into final, and the Netherlands

Korea used the pressure defense to good effect to break the offense rhythm of hosts and red-hot favorites China and then held fort with impressive gusto to eke out a 79-78 win in the first semifinal at a stunned Jinan Olympic Sports Center on Saturday.

 
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  Japan overcome stuttering start to top Level I  
     
08/12/2011
JPN/KOR - Japan overcome stuttering start to top Level I

Japan needed a 10-0 run at the close of the first quarter to overcome a stuttering start and then a determined performance to stop a perky Korean rival line-up and win 83-67, and bring the curtain down on the Prelim Round competition here on Thursday.

 
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  China take charge in second quarter, blow Korea away  
     
07/12/2011
CHN/KOR - China take charge in second quarter, blow Korea away

Hosts and hot favorites took almost the entire first quarter of their Level I game against Korea to settle into their rhythm. But once they did there was no stopping Wang Guizhi’s girls as they cantered through to a 111-58 win against their archrivals for their third win in four games.

 
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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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