2016 FIBA Oceania Under-18 Championship for Women

The 2016 FIBA Oceania Under-18 Championship for Women was the qualifying tournament for FIBA Oceania at the 2017 FIBA Under-19 World Championship for Women. The tournament was held in Suva, Fiji from December 5 to December 10.[1][2] Australia beat New Zealand in the final, 107–52, to earn the country's 7th consecutive gold in this event.[3]

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Tournament details
Host nation Fiji
Dates5–10 December 2016
Teams8 
(from 1 federations)
Venues1 
(in 1 host city)
Champions Australia
(7th title)
MVPAustralia Zitina Aokuso
Official website
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Participating teamsEdit

VenueEdit

Preliminary roundEdit

All times given are local time (UTC+13)

Group AEdit

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Qualification
1   Australia 3 3 0 381 33 +348 6 Advance to Semifinals
2   Samoa 3 2 1 156 199 −43 5
3   Fiji (H) 3 1 2 90 198 −108 4 Classification 5–8
4   Tahiti 3 0 3 73 270 −197 3
Source: FIBA
(H) Host.
5 December
8:00
Australia   125–5   Tahiti
Scoring by quarter: 39–0, 36–0, 24–5, 26–0
Pts: Horvat 17
Rebs: Magbegor 13
Asts: Cubillo, Horvat 4
Pts: Vaiho 3
Rebs: Teua 4
Asts: Teriierooiterai, Vaiho 1
5 December
11:00
Fiji   26–47   Samoa
Scoring by quarter: 2–3, 6–16, 9–16, 9–12
Pts: Katia 9
Rebs: Katia 15
Asts: Katia 2
Pts: Manumaleuga 16
Rebs: Hettig, F. Ropati 9
Asts: Manumaleuga 3
6 December
12:00
Samoa   20–134   Australia
Scoring by quarter: 9–40, 0–26, 6–33, 5–35
Pts: three players 6
Rebs: three players 6
Asts: L. Ropati 2
Pts: Shelley 24
Rebs: Magbegor 12
Asts: Cubillo 6
6 December
20:00
Tahiti   29–56   Fiji
Scoring by quarter: 14–15, 2–14, 8–11, 5–16
Pts: Vaiho 12
Rebs: four players 4
Asts: three players 2
Pts: Foiakau, T. Kainamoli 16
Rebs: Katia 11
Asts: T. Kainamoli 6
7 December
14:00
Samoa   89–39   Tahiti
Scoring by quarter: 25–4, 23–5, 20–24, 21–6
Pts: F. Ropati 20
Rebs: F. Ropati 10
Asts: L. Ropati 5
Pts: Aunoa, Bonnet 9
Rebs: Allaguy Salachy 9
Asts: Estall 2
7 December
16:00
Fiji   8–122   Australia
Scoring by quarter: 2–21, 0–37, 0–40, 6–24
Pts: B. Tawake 4
Rebs: T. Kainamoli 7
Asts: Senibulu, T. Kainamoli 1
Pts: Horvat 24
Rebs: four players 8
Asts: three players 4

Group BEdit

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Qualification
1   New Zealand 3 3 0 379 46 +333 6 Advance to Semifinals
2   New Caledonia 3 2 1 132 172 −40 5
3   Guam 3 1 2 101 246 −145 4 Classification 5–8
4   Papua New Guinea 3 0 3 89 237 −148 3
Source: FIBA
5 December
14:40
New Caledonia   59–20   Papua New Guinea
Scoring by quarter: 16–5, 14–6, 16–2, 13–7
Pts: Tuufui 16
Rebs: Fanalupe, Tuufui 8
Asts: Forest 3
Pts: N. Dobunaba 8
Rebs: Arthur 16
Asts: B. Dobunaba 2
5 December
16:30
Guam   18–132   New Zealand
Scoring by quarter: 8–30, 4–36, 6–29, 0–37
Pts: Ogo 6
Rebs: three players 4
Asts: three players 1
Pts: Reed 22
Rebs: Jillings 8
Asts: three players 3
6 December
8:00
Papua New Guinea   56–57   Guam
Scoring by quarter: 11–7, 21–13, 14–20, 10–17
Pts: Arthur 13
Rebs: Arthur 15
Asts: B. Dobunaba 3
Pts: Bulala 24
Rebs: Hattori
Asts: three players 2
6 December
10:00
New Zealand   126–15   New Caledonia
Scoring by quarter: 22–2, 35–4, 39–2, 30–7
Pts: Jillings 19
Rebs: Heremaia 8
Asts: four players 3
Pts: Hamu, Tuufui 4
Rebs: Kaidine, Wayaridri 4
Asts: none
7 December
10:00
New Caledonia   58–26   Guam
Scoring by quarter: 10–0, 14–5, 12–13, 22–8
Pts: Fanalupe 16
Rebs: Wayaridri 11
Asts: Forest 4
Pts: Senne 5
Rebs: Meno, Perez 5
Asts: three players 1
7 December
12:00
Papua New Guinea   13–121   New Zealand
Scoring by quarter: 7–34, 4–37, 2–27, 0–23
Pts: Bray 6
Rebs: Bray, Haro 4
Asts: Bray 1
Pts: Reed 19
Rebs: Heremaia, Whittaker 8
Asts: Leger-Walker 5

Classification roundEdit

All times given are local time (UTC+13).

 
5th–8thFifth place
 
      
 
8 December
 
 
  Fiji70
 
9 December
 
  Papua New Guinea42
 
  Fiji71
 
8 December
 
  Tahiti37
 
  Guam37
 
 
  Tahiti52
 
Seventh place
 
 
9 December
 
 
  Papua New Guinea70
 
 
  Guam52

Classification 5–8Edit

8 December
17:00
Guam   37–52   Tahiti
Scoring by quarter: 12–9, 9–13, 9–16, 7–14
Pts: Bulala 12
Rebs: Duenas 8
Asts: Miranda 3
Pts: Teua 16
Rebs: Teua 13
Asts: Allaguy Salachy 3
8 December
19:00
Fiji   70–42   Papua New Guinea
Scoring by quarter: 19–13, 17–7, 20–10, 14–12
Pts: Katia 27
Rebs: Rokowailoa 15
Asts: five players 1
Pts: N. Dobunaba, Haro 11
Rebs: N. Dobunaba 12
Asts: none

Seventh place gameEdit

9 December
8:00
Papua New Guinea   70–52   Guam
Scoring by quarter: 18–12, 16–17, 12–15, 24–8
Pts: Arthur 15
Rebs: Haro 23
Asts: three players 1
Pts: Bulala 12
Rebs: Duenas 8
Asts: Miranda 3

Fifth place gameEdit

9 December
12:00
Fiji   71–37   Tahiti
Scoring by quarter: 18–3, 22–12, 19–13, 12–9
Pts: Katia 27
Rebs: Rokowailoa 15
Asts: five players 1
Pts: Garel-Laurin 11
Rebs: Allaguy Salachy 10
Asts: Vaiho 3

Final roundEdit

All times given are local time (UTC+13).

 
SemifinalsFinal
 
      
 
9 December
 
 
  Australia137
 
10 December
 
  New Caledonia8
 
  Australia107
 
9 December
 
  New Zealand52
 
  New Zealand108
 
 
  Samoa25
 
Third place
 
 
10 December
 
 
  New Caledonia65
 
 
  Samoa75

SemifinalsEdit

9 December
14:00
Australia   137–8   New Caledonia
Scoring by quarter: 37–0, 33–0, 35–3, 32–5
Pts: Horvat, McSpadden 22
Rebs: Horvat 11
Asts: Conti 6
Pts: Qenenoj 4
Rebs: Qenenoj 5
Asts: none
9 December
18:00
New Zealand   108–25   Samoa
Scoring by quarter: 25–4, 31–10, 27–9, 25–2
Pts: Clarke 14
Rebs: McGoldrick, Whittaker 9
Asts: Jillings 5
Pts: Sau 8
Rebs: Hettig 10
Asts: Manumaleuga 2

Third place gameEdit

10 December
11:00
New Caledonia   65–75   Samoa
Scoring by quarter: 13–17, 18–15, 15–27, 19–16
Pts: Fanalupe 22
Rebs: Fanalupe 15
Asts: Forest 4
Pts: Sau 8
Rebs: Hettig 8
Asts: Manumaleuga 3

FinalEdit

10 December
16:00
Australia   107–52   New Zealand
Scoring by quarter: 28–9, 21–11, 28–16, 30–16
Pts: Horvat, McSpadden 22
Rebs: Horvat 11
Asts: Conti 6
Pts: Leger-Walker 12
Rebs: Reed 7
Asts: Leger-Walker, Reed 2

AwardsEdit

 2016 FIBA Oceania Under-18
Championship for Women Winners 
 
Australia
Seventh title
All-Tournament Team
Grand Final MVP

Final rankingEdit

Qualify for the 2017 FIBA Under-19 World Championship for Women.
Rank Team Record
    Australia 5–0
    New Zealand 4–1
    Samoa 3–2
4   New Caledonia 2–3
5   Fiji 3–2
6   Tahiti 1–4
7   Papua New Guinea 1–4
8   Guam 1–4

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "FIBA Calendar".
  2. ^ "Groups and schedule finalised for FIBA U18 Oceania Championships 2016". FIBA.com. 21 September 2016. Retrieved 21 September 2016.
  3. ^ "Australia punch their ticket to FIBA U19 Women's World Championship 2017". FIBA.com. 10 December 2016. Retrieved 10 December 2016.

External linksEdit

2016 FIBA Oceania U-18 Championship for Women