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FIBA U17 World Championships (Women) – Day 2

FIBA U17 World Championships (Women) – Day 2
Group A
USA – Canada 86-47
USA: Deshields 29, Davis 14, Reimer 10
Canada: Nurse 8, Jardine 7, Orum 7, Potter 7

Italy – Mali 71-31
Italy: Peresson 14, Pan 11, Ercoli 9 (20 Rebounds)
Mali: Maiga 9, Keita 8

Belgium – South Korea 84-53
Belgium: Ben Abdelkader 29, Lemmens 9, Linskens 7
South Korea: Inyoung 11, Jihyun 11, Min Ji 9

Group B
Japan – Holland 73-53
Japan: Nakamura 22, Yamada 17, Hatakenaka 14
Holland: Vos 12, de Jonge 9, Slim 7

Spain – Turkey 77-49
Spain: Romero 15, Esparcia 12, Rodriguez 12
Turkey: Akbas 13, Coklar 9

Australia – Brazil 56-46
Australia: Mangakahia 16, Froling 9, Collins 9
Brazil: Ribeiro 13, Silva Lucchini 11, Soares 7

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Posted by on August 19, 2012. Filed under Africa,Asia,Australia,Australia & Oceania,Belgium,Canada,Europe,FIBA,Game Center,Italy,Japan,Korea, Republic of (South Korea),Mali,Netherlands,North America,Results,Spain,Turkey,USA. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

2 Responses to FIBA U17 World Championships (Women) – Day 2

  1. Paul Reply

    August 19, 2012 at 12:07

    It will be same as Olympics, USA-Australia in finals and easy win buy American cats!

  2. SRN Reply

    August 19, 2012 at 10:21

    I don’t know that much about women’s basketball but is it a foregone conclusion that the USA will win?

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