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FIBA U16 Women’s Asian Championship[Round 4 of the qualifying round]Japan 87-49 New Zealand: The qualifying round ends with 3 wins and 1 loss, and it is decided to advance to the semi-finals.

Japan is the first black star in the U16 Women’s Asian Championship …

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FIBA U16 Women’s Asian Championship[Qualifying Round Round 3]Japan 65-73 Australia: Lost to last tournament champion, first black star

Round 4 of the FIBA ​​U16 Women’s Asian Championship qualifying round will be played against New Zealand. Although it was a four-game series that seemed tired, Japan, who had run to the end, beat New Zealand with 87-49 and finished the qualifying round with 3 wins and 1 loss. As a result, the best four or more were confirmed, and along with advancing to the semi-finals, we won the right to participate in the “FIBA U17 Women’s World Cup” to be held in Hungary from Saturday, July 9th.

In the first quarter, both were unyielding, with New Zealand leading in 19-20. However, in the second quarter, Japan rebounded and surpassed, stealing the ball and scoring. New Zealand’s attack was suppressed to 9 points, leading 35-29 and 6 points to finish the first half. In the third quarter, he scored seven consecutive points, scoring 30 points in the last 10 minutes, and is 22 points behind 65-43. Everyone ran to the end while actively taking turns, and won the final round of the qualifying round with 87-49.

Kokoro Tanaka (2nd year student at Okagakuen High School), who scored 4 3-point shots, and Kokoro Tanaka (2nd year student at Okagakuen High School), who aggressively attacked the goal, scored 16 points. Active in. Yuio Fukatsu (1st year student at Okagakuen High School) achieved a double-double with 15 points / 13 rebounds. The number of rebounds was 49, which is 11 more than New Zealand, and he responded firmly to the height and won the victory.

Tomorrow, June 28th (Tuesday) will be the final day of the qualifying round, but there are no matches in Japan, so we can finally take a break. The semi-final will be held on the 29th (Wednesday) the following day (* opponent, time undecided). Two more wins to reach the goal. Get in shape and get ready to run the remaining two games.

On June 26, the “FIBA U16 Women’s Asian Championship Jordan 2022” was held in Amman, Jordan, where the U16 Women’s Japan National Team played against Australia in the third round of the group round.

Japan, which has won two consecutive victories, is the same as the previous two games, Shinon Kurokawa (2nd year of Sakuraka Gakuen High School), Kokoro Tanaka (2nd year of the same year), Yuio Fukatsu (1st year of the same year), Yuka Yagi (2nd year of Kyoto Seika Gakuen High School) ), In addition to the four players, Sina Ogami (2nd year student at Hiroshima Prefectural Minami High School) was appointed as the starting lineup.

Japan made a 17-0 run to Australia from the start of the match, and Kurokawa scored his first goal with a jump shot. After that, Hidema Yamada (2nd year of Sakuraka Gakuen High School) and Maho Miyoshi (3rd year of Hiroshima Prefectural Minami High School) scored points, and Mana Enomoto (2nd year of Gifu Girls’ High School) scored 3 points at the end of the game, 9-. Finished the first quarter at 24.

In the second quarter that followed, Australia was allowed to score consecutive points from the start, but in the middle of the game, Tokoka (2nd year student at Wakaba High School attached to Fukuoka University) hit a long-range gun. At the end of the game, Miyoshi scored a goal from his steel, and Yagi scored a basketball count and succeeded in playing three points. Yamada’s jump shot was also decided, but he returned to the match with a widening point difference of 22-41.

In the third quarter, Japan will fight back with abundant momentum against Australia, which has a large size. Fukatsu scored three points in the middle of the game, and immediately after that, he scored consecutive points from Steele. Japan, who caught the flow from a fierce defense, succeeded in accumulating a point difference of 40-53 when Kurokawa also scored consecutive points including 3 points.

In the 4th quarter of the game, Tanaka and Fukatsu scored points in quick succession to make a one-digit difference, and in the middle of the game, Ueno Shinon (3rd year of Seiwa Gakuen High School) and Enomoto’s basket count were 4 points behind. After that, even though they were pushed out by 10 points again, Japan, who was tenacious, had less than 1 minute left in the match and was close to 5 points. However, it did not turn around, and at the end it was 65-73, which was the first black star of this tournament.

Fukatsu has 13 points, 9 rebounds, 2 steals and 1 block, Yagi has 10 points and 4 rebounds, Tanaka has 8 points and 4 steals, Enomoto has 8 points, Kurokawa has 7 points and 4 assists, and Yamada has 6 points. Marked 9 rebounds and 2 steals.

In the next round, Japan will play against the New Zealand national team on the 27th.

■ Match result

Japan 65-73 Australia

Nihon | 9 | 13 | 18 | 25 | = 65

Australia | 24 | 17 | 12 | 20 | = 73

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