2ND FIBA ASIA U16 CHAMPIONSHIP FOR WOMEN
JINAN, CHINA
4TH DECEMBER, 2011 - 11TH DECEMBER, 2011
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  Quote Unquote: Collection of thoughts from Day 4 action  
     
08/12/2011
Quote Unquote: Collection of thoughts from Day 4 action

Here’s a collection of quotes from players of various teams in Level I on Day 4 of the competition.

 
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  We are blowing hot and cold, glad we blew hot today: Shih  
     
07/12/2011
TPE - We are blowing hot and cold, glad we blew hot today: Shih

Chinese Taipei had their reputation at stake when they trailed 42-43 at the end of the first half in the needle Level I encounter against India. “We had our hearts in our mouth,” Taipei coach Shih Chao-Chieh heaved a sigh of relief talking to this website after his team put up a solid second half display.

 
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  We’re here for the learning experience, results don’t matter: Lai  
     
07/12/2011
MAC - We’re here for the learning experience, results don’t matter: Lai

Macau coach Lai Chi Hou was obviously disappointed in having come that close to breaking a 13-year-old win drought – Macau last won a game in a FIBA Asia competition when they beat Laos in the FIBA Asia U18 Championship for Women at Tokushima in 1998 – but was satisfied that the team showed a lot of character.

 
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  Excited I could deliver when it mattered: Teo  
     
06/12/2011
MAS - Excited I could deliver when it mattered: Teo

Teo Chu Yun came off the bench fired in a 4/7 in field shooting for her game-high 18 points and led Malaysia to a crucial win against Hong Kong in Level II. “I am excited I could deliver when the team needed me to perform,” said the Confucian High School student, a product of MABA Development Academy.

 
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  Target difficult, but not impossible: Udukumbura  
     
06/12/2011
SRI - Target difficult, but not impossible: Udukumbura

Sri Lanka won their second game in the competition, in three outings, beating the much taller Uzbekistan on Tuesday but coach Sushil Udukumubura was far from satisfied. “We should have won yesterday,” the 39-year-old rued about the defeat suffered against Singapore on Monday.

 
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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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