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Splinters lose key players
FRANCISTOWN: Basketball side, Splinters have lost key players since the league campaign kicked off. Both Splinters sides, men and women, lost three players each, which has affected their performance in the league.
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FORESTVILLE will face Norwood in both the men’s and women’s Central Australian Basketball League grand finals after beating West Adelaide in their semi-final clashes last Saturday night. The Eagles were never headed in either game, with the men winning 95-85 and the women 65-59. In the women’s match. . . Read More
Skylar Diggins posted game-highs of 13 points, four assists and six steals as the 2011 USA Basketball Women’s World University Games Team (3-0) separated early from Great Britain (1-2) and went on to collect a 85-33 victory.... . . Read More
Russian athletes have already won a total of 5 gold medals at the 2011 World Student Games in Shenzhen, China, news reports said on Monday. Earlier in the day, cyclists Pavel Pryadein and Kseniya Kirillova grabbed two golds in the cross-country and mountain-bike events, respectively. . . . Read More
Cuba easily disposed of The Bahamas to finish unbeaten and clinch the women's Caribbean Basketball Championship here Sunday night. Using a strong first quarter as a foundation, Cuba stormed to an 85-54 triumph to record their fifth straight win and wrap up the round robin campaign on 10 points. . . . Read More
University of Santo Tomas (UST) dominated University of the Philippines (UP), 60-48, over the weekend to remain unbeaten 6 games in Season 74 UAAP women’s basketball. The Tigresses drew 15 points and 8 rebounds from Paula Bombeo and 10 points each from Mary Joy Galicia and Juvelyn Andaya,. . . Read More
Clinching the pennant in the Bahamas Government Departmental Women’s Basketball Association (BGDWBA) was the first step for the Bahamas Union of Teachers (BUT) Educators. They are hoping to continue their winning ways when the championship tips off tonight.. . . Read More
New Delhi: India named an unchanged 12-member strong women's basketball team for the 24th FIBA Asia Championship to be held in Omura-Nagasaki, Japan from August 21 to 28. The team includes the likes of Geethu Anna Jose,. . . Read More



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