2017 FIBA Under-16 Women's Asian Championship

The 2017 FIBA Asia Under-16 Championship for Women was the qualifying tournament for FIBA Asia at the 2018 FIBA Under-17 World Championship for Women. Originally slated to be held at Hyderabad, the tournament venue was moved and held in Bengaluru, India from October 22 to 28.[1][2][3]

2017 FIBA Asia U-16 Championship 
for Women
5th Asian Women's Basketball Championship
Tournament details
Host nation India
Dates22–28 October
Teams15 
(from 46 federations)
Venues2 
(in 1 host city)
Champions Australia
(1st title)
Tournament leaders
PlayersTeams
Points India Yadav (20.4)  Japan (89.5)
Rebounds Nepal Magar (16.0)  Iran (70.5)
Assists South Korea Heo Y.U. (7.3)  India (23.8)
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Australia stormed back from a 13-point deficit in the third quarter to eke out a come-from-behind 61-60 win against Japan in the Finals, notching their first-ever championship in the tournament.[4][5] Meanwhile, dethroned defending champions China salvaged the bronze medal after dispatching New Zealand, 60-43.

All these teams will represent FIBA Asia to the next year's FIBA U17 Women's World Cup to be held in Belarus.

VenuesEdit

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Bangalore Karnataka
Sree Kanteerava Indoor Stadium
 
 
Kanteerava Indoor Stadium
 
Koramangala Indoor Stadium
2017 FIBA Under-16 Women's Asian Championship (Karnataka)
Capacity: 4,000
 
Koramangala Indoor Stadium
Capacity: 2,000

Qualified teamsEdit

For Division A:

For Division B:

Competition formatEdit

The tournament composed of two divisions, Division A and Division B.

For each division, during the Group Phase, eight participating teams were divided into two groups (A and B) of four teams each. Each team played all the other teams in its own group (a total of three games for each team), and all four teams in each group advanced to their division's Quarter-finals. A total of twelve games were played in the Group Phase.

During the Final Phase, Quarter-finals games were decided on the ranking of the participating teams in the Group Phase:

  • Game 13: 1st A v 4th B
  • Game 14: 2nd B v 3rd B
  • Game 15: 3rd A v 2nd B
  • Game 16: 4th A v 1st B

For Division A, the four winners advanced to the Semi-finals and to the 2018 FIBA Under-17 World Championship for Women.

Meanwhile, the four losing quarterfinalists went on to play 5th-8th Classification Games wherein the two winners advanced to play 5-6 Classification Game, while the two losers played 7-8 Classification Game

During the Semi-Finals, the four teams played as follows:

  • Game 21: Winner of Game 13 v Winner of Game 14
  • Game 22: Winner of Game 15 v Winner of Game 16

In determining the Champions and the Third Place winner, the four teams played as follows:

  • Game 23: Loser of Game 21 v Loser of Game 22
  • Game 24: Winner of Game 21 v Winner of Game 22

For Division B, the Champions will earn the right to be promoted to the next championship, replacing the last-placed (eighth placer) team from Division A.

DivisionsEdit

Division A will include teams that won in the 2015 qualifying round and the semifinalists of the previous championship. FIBA Oceania teams Australia and New Zealand will compete in the tournament for the first time and will be placed in the same division.

Division B included the host team, previous championship Level II participants Kazakhstan and Malaysia. Returning participant that was absent two years ago is Sri Lanka. Completing the seven-team Division B were the first-time participants Iran, Nepal and Maldives.


Included were the FIBA World Rankings prior to the draw.

Division A Division B

  Australia (7)
  China (9)
  Japan (11)
  South Korea (15)
  Chinese Taipei (27)
  New Zealand (33)
  Thailand (35)
  Hong Kong (43)

  India (37)
  Malaysia (39)
  Kazakhstan (44)
  Sri Lanka (49)
  Iran (NR)
  Maldives (NR)
    Nepal (NR)

SquadsEdit

Division AEdit

All times are local (UTC+05:30)

Preliminary roundEdit

Group AEdit

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
1   Australia 3 3 0 232 153 +79 6
2   New Zealand 3 2 1 188 171 +17 5
3   South Korea 3 1 2 184 225 −41 4
4   Chinese Taipei 3 0 3 194 249 −55 3
Source: FIBA
Rules for classification: 1) Points; 2) Head-to-head results; 3) Points difference; 4) Points scored.
22 October 2017
11:00
Australia   61–43   New Zealand
Scoring by quarter: 7–5, 14–7, 20–13, 20–18
Pts: Heal, Palmer, Hollingsworth 10
Rebs: Potter 8
Asts: Amoore, Poa, Emma-Nnopu 3
Pts: Leger-Walker 13
Rebs: Leger-Walker 13
Asts: Lokotui, Leger-Walker 2
Kanteerava Indoor Stadium, Bangalore
Referees: Ricor Buaron (PHI), Gayan Buddhika Kahingala Waduge (SRI), Rakesh Ramalingaiah (IND)
22 October 2017
13:15
South Korea   90–68   Chinese Taipei
Scoring by quarter: 17–16, 17–13, 30–4, 26–35
Pts: Na G.B., Jung Y.R. 14
Rebs: Jung Y.R. 19
Asts: Heo Y.U. 18
Pts: Lin C.J. 17
Rebs: Cheng H.T. 9
Asts: Tseng H.Y. 9
Kanteerava Indoor Stadium, Bangalore
Referees: Budi Marfan (INA), Imran Ali Baig (IND), Alexandr Rulyov (KAZ)

23 October 2017
11:00
New Zealand   74–44   South Korea
Scoring by quarter: 25–13, 22–14, 15–7, 12–10
Pts: Leger-Walker 17
Rebs: Pupuke-Robati 10
Asts: Leger-Walker 6
Pts: Lee D.Y. 10
Rebs: Jung Y.R., Lee H.R. 7
Asts: Na G.B., Choi M.J. 3
Kanteerava Indoor Stadium, Bangalore
Referees: Ricor Buaron (PHI), Snehal Bendke (IND), Alexandr Rulyov (KAZ)
23 October 2017
13:15
Chinese Taipei   60–88   Australia
Scoring by quarter: 15–24, 15–19, 12–24, 18–21
Pts: Lin C.J. 19
Rebs: Cheng H.T. 9
Asts: Li Y.J. 6
Pts: Amoore 18
Rebs: Emma-Nnopu 12
Asts: Melbourne 5
Kanteerava Indoor Stadium, Bangalore
Referees: Imran Ali Baig (IND), Wee Chun Lim (MAS), Budi Marfan (INA)

24 October 2017
11:00
Australia   83–50   South Korea
Scoring by quarter: 20–9, 11–10, 27–13, 25–18
Pts: Palmer 13
Rebs: Emma-Nnopu 12
Asts: Heal, Palmer, Poa 4
Pts: Na G.B. 23
Rebs: Na G.B. 6
Asts: Heo Y.U. 6
Kanteerava Indoor Stadium, Bangalore
Referees: Alexandr Rulyov (KAZ), Imran Ali Baig (IND) Wee Chun Lim (MAS)
24 October 2017
13:15
Chinese Taipei   66–71   New Zealand
Scoring by quarter: 20–13, 9–20, 21–16, 16–22
Pts: Tseng H.Y. 15
Rebs: Ting C.J. 10
Asts: Tseng H.Y. 5
Pts: Leger-Walker 30
Rebs: Pupuke-Robati 20
Asts: Leger-Walker 6
Kanteerava Indoor Stadium, Bangalore
Referees: Yuen Chun Yip (HKG), Fahimeh Alimoradihamedan (IRI), Gayan Buddhika Kahingala Waduge (SRI)

Group BEdit

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
1   Japan 3 3 0 298 126 +172 6
2   China 3 2 1 283 130 +153 5
3   Thailand 3 1 2 158 268 −110 4
4   Hong Kong 3 0 3 132 347 −215 3
Source: FIBA
Rules for classification: 1) Points; 2) Head-to-head results; 3) Points difference; 4) Points scored.
22 October 2017
15:30
Japan   115–37   Thailand
Scoring by quarter: 28–12, 18–10, 38–8, 31–7
Pts: Miura 20
Rebs: Hirashita 9
Asts: Takahashi 6
Pts: Sriharaksa 14
Rebs: Chumjinda 9
Asts: Nonsiri 3
Kanteerava Indoor Stadium, Bangalore
Referees: Snehal Bendke (IND), Kim Jong-Kuk (KOR), Raj Kumar Maharjan (NEP)
22 October 2017
17:45
China   141–32   Hong Kong
Scoring by quarter: 29–7, 27–6, 46–6, 39–13
Pts: Wan J.Y., Liu Y.T. 21
Rebs: Guo M.Y. 15
Asts: Zheng 7
Pts: Law N.W. 11
Rebs: Law N.W. 5
Asts: S. Ho 2
Kanteerava Indoor Stadium, Bangalore
Referees: Lee Ji-Youn (KOR), Nicolas Fernandes (TAH), Lim Wee Chun (MAS)

23 October 2017
15:30
Hong Kong   36–113   Japan
Scoring by quarter: 12–37, 14–32, 10–22, 0–22
Pts: Ho P.Y. 8
Rebs: Lue S.T. 6
Asts: Law N.W. 2
Pts: Hirashita 22
Rebs: Hirashita 9
Asts: Shuto 8
Kanteerava Indoor Stadium, Bangalore
Referees: Kim Jong-Kuk (KOR), Gayan Buddhika Kahingala Waduge (SRI), Rakesh Ramalingaiah (IND)
23 October 2017
17:45
Thailand   28–89   China
Scoring by quarter: 5–23, 6–26, 9–27, 8–13
Pts: Phuekraksa 6
Rebs: 4 players 5
Asts: Sriharaksa, Sirisathaphornsap 1
Pts: Wan J.Y. 12
Rebs: Wan J.Y. 12
Asts: Zheng 8
Kanteerava Indoor Stadium, Bangalore
Referees: Nicolas Fernandes (TAH), Lee Ji-Youn (KOR), Raj Kumar Maharjan (NEP)

24 October 2017
15:30
China   53–70   Japan
Scoring by quarter: 18–20, 16–10, 9–22, 10–18
Pts: Liu Y.T. 20
Rebs: Liu Y.T. 19
Asts: Zheng 4
Pts: Hayashi 12
Rebs: McArthur 10
Asts: Takahashi, Miura 3
Kanteerava Indoor Stadium, Bangalore
Referees: Budi Marfan (INA), Snehal Bendke (IND), Ricor Buaron (PHI)
24 October 2017
17:45
Thailand   93–64   Hong Kong
Scoring by quarter: 18–24, 22–12, 27–12, 26–16
Pts: Chumjinda 24
Rebs: Sriharaksa 15
Asts: Phuekraksa 4
Pts: Law N.W. 18
Rebs: Lue S.T. 10
Asts: Poon W.N., Mok S.K., Law N.W. 2
Kanteerava Indoor Stadium, Bangalore
Referees: Kim Jong-Kuk (KOR), Nicolas Fernandes (TAH), Rakesh Ramalingaiah (IND)

Knockout roundEdit

BracketEdit

 
QuarterfinalsSemifinalsFinal
 
          
 
26 October
 
 
  Australia123
 
27 October
 
  Hong Kong29
 
  Australia86
 
26 October
 
  China46
 
  China72
 
28 October
 
  South Korea57
 
  Australia61
 
26 October
 
  Japan60
 
  New Zealand80
 
27 October
 
  Thailand52
 
  New Zealand65
 
26 October
 
  Japan97 Third place
 
  Japan82
 
28 October
 
  Chinese Taipei49
 
  China60
 
 
  New Zealand43
 
5th place bracket
 
5–8th place semifinalsFifth place
 
      
 
27 October
 
 
  Hong Kong63
 
28 October
 
  South Korea109
 
  South Korea69
 
27 October
 
  Chinese Taipei52
 
  Thailand69
 
 
  Chinese Taipei74
 
Seventh place
 
 
28 October
 
 
  Hong Kong59
 
 
  Thailand83

QuarterfinalsEdit

26 October 2017
11:00
Australia   123–29   Hong Kong
Scoring by quarter: 34–3, 29–13, 32–4, 28–9
Pts: Amoore 17
Rebs: Rees 12
Asts: Melbourne 7
Pts: Law N.W., Yeung Y.H. 5
Rebs: Law N.W. 3
Asts: Dai T.Y. 2
Kanteerava Indoor Stadium, Bangalore
Referees: Preeda Muongmee (THA), Fahimeh Alimoradihademan (IRI), Nicolas Fernandes (TAH)

26 October 2017
13:15
China   72–57   South Korea
Scoring by quarter: 20–7, 23–22, 16–17, 13–11
Pts: Liu Y.T. 17
Rebs: Liu Y.T. 21
Asts: Zhou 4
Pts: Na G.B., Eom S.O. 12
Rebs: Heo Y.U., Lee D.Y. 7
Asts: Heo Y.U. 5
Kanteerava Indoor Stadium, Bangalore
Referees: Ricor Buaron (PHI), Imran Ali Baig (IND), Budi Marfan (INA)

26 October 2017
15:30
New Zealand   80–52   Thailand
Scoring by quarter: 19–12, 18–9, 20–14, 23–17
Pts: Lokotui 19
Rebs: Pupuke-Robati 15
Asts: Lokotui, Samia 3
Pts: Phuekraksa 14
Rebs: Sarathana 8
Asts: Chumjinda, Sirisathaphornsap 3
Kanteerava Indoor Stadium, Bangalore
Referees: Snehal Bendke (IND), Lee Ji-Youn Lee (KOR), Yuen Chun Yip (HKG)

26 October 2017
17:45
Japan   82–49   Chinese Taipei
Scoring by quarter: 26–9, 21–11, 15–16, 20–13
Pts: Noguchi 18
Rebs: Hirashita 10
Asts: Takahashi 6
Pts: Ting C.J. 14
Rebs: Lin C.J. 13
Asts: Tseng H.Y. 4
Kanteerava Indoor Stadium, Bangalore
Referees: Alexandr Rulyov (KAZ), Kim Jong-Kuk (KOR), Rakesh Ramalingaiah (IND)

5–8th place semifinalsEdit

27 October 2017
11:00
Hong Kong   63–109   South Korea
Scoring by quarter: 11–30, 13–24, 17–26, 22–29
Pts: Chan N.Y. 16
Rebs: Ho P.Y. 8
Asts: Mok S.K. 7
Pts: Choi M.H. 24
Rebs: Park S.E. 12
Asts: Jeon H.K. 14
Kanteerava Indoor Stadium, Bangalore
Referees: Peng Ling (CHN), Fahimeh Alimoradihamedan (IRI), Gayan Buddhika Kahingala Waduge (SRI)

27 October 2017
13:15
Thailand   69–74   Chinese Taipei
Scoring by quarter: 17–26, 14–18, 22–11, 16–19
Pts: Sriharaksa 20
Rebs: Sriharaksa 15
Asts: Jantarwong, Sriharaksa 3
Pts: Lin C.J. 21
Rebs: Cheng H.T. 15
Asts: Li Y.J. 4
Kanteerava Indoor Stadium, Bangalore
Referees: Imran Ali Baig (IND), Lim Wee Chun (MAS), Rakesh Ramalingaiah (IND)

SemifinalsEdit

27 October 2017
15:30
Australia   86–46   China
Scoring by quarter: 17–4, 27–16, 30–10, 12–16
Pts: Emma-Nnopu 17
Rebs: Emma-Nnopu 6
Asts: Heal, Palmer, Fowler 3
Pts: Wan J.Y. 11
Rebs: Huang, Wan J.Y., Liu Y.T. 6
Asts: Wang Y. 2
Kanteerava Indoor Stadium, Bangalore
Referees: Budi Marfan (INA), Kim Jong-Kuk (KOR), Preeda Muongmee (THA)

27 October 2017
17:45
New Zealand   65–97   Japan
Scoring by quarter: 16–25, 13–23, 19–22, 17–27
Pts: Leger-Walker 22
Rebs: Pupuke-Robati 8
Asts: Leger-Walker 5
Pts: Shuto 24
Rebs: Nakazawa 8
Asts: 4 players 3
Kanteerava Indoor Stadium, Bangalore
Referees: Ricor Buaron (PHI), Snehal Bendke (IND), Alexandr Rulyov (KAZ)

Seventh place gameEdit

28 October 2017
11:00
Hong Kong   59–83 Thailand  
Scoring by quarter: 11–20, 6–15, 21–29, 21–19
Pts: Law N.W. 15
Rebs: Lue S.T. 9
Asts: Mok S.K. 4
Pts: Sriharaksa 25
Rebs: Sarathana 19
Asts: Phuekraksa 6
Kanteerava Indoor Stadium, Bangalore
Referees: Lim Wee Chun (MAS), Raj Kumar Maharjan (NEP), Rakesh Ramalingaiah (IND)

Fifth place gameEdit

28 October 2017
13:15
South Korea   69–52 Chinese Taipei  
Scoring by quarter: 13–11, 27–13, 12–21, 17–7
Pts: Eom S.O. 20
Rebs: Eom S.O. 10
Asts: Heo Y.U. 7
Pts: Ting C.J. 14
Rebs: Lin C.J. 12
Asts: Li Y.J. 7
Kanteerava Indoor Stadium, Bangalore
Referees: Imran Ali Baig (IND), Fahimeh Alimoradihamedan (IRI) Gayan Buddhika Kahingala Waduge (SRI)

Third place gameEdit

28 October 2017
15:30
China   60–43 New Zealand  
Scoring by quarter: 18–13, 19–7, 10–13, 13–10
Pts: Zheng 20
Rebs: Liu Y.T. 15
Asts: Zhou 5
Pts: Rogers 12
Rebs: Leger-Walker 9
Asts: Dalton, Rogers 2
Kanteerava Indoor Stadium, Bangalore
Referees: Kumiko Kumagai (JPN), Preeda Muongmee (THA), Alexandr Rulyov (KAZ)

FinalEdit

28 October 2017
20:00
Australia   61–60 Japan  
Scoring by quarter: 18–26, 14–15, 16–10, 13–9
Pts: Palmer 14
Rebs: Emma-Nnopu, Fowler 10
Asts: Palmer 4
Pts: Hirashita 15
Rebs: Ikematsu, Hirashita 6
Asts: Takahashi 4
Kanteerava Indoor Stadium, Bangalore
Referees: Snehal Bendke (IND), Ricor Buaron (PHI), Kim Jong-Kuk (KOR)

Final standingEdit

Qualified for 2018 FIBA Under-17 Women’s Basketball World Cup
Relegated to Division B of the 2020 FIBA Under-16 Women's Asian Championship
Rank Team Record
    Australia 6–0
    Japan 5–1
    China 4–2
4   New Zealand 3–3
5   South Korea 3–3
6   Chinese Taipei 1–5
7   Thailand 2–4
8   Hong Kong 0–6

Division BEdit

All times are local (UTC+05:30)

Preliminary roundEdit

Group AEdit

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
1   India (H) 3 3 0 289 148 +141 6
2   Iran 3 2 1 226 205 +21 5
3   Sri Lanka 3 1 2 202 218 −16 4
4     Nepal 3 0 3 117 263 −146 3
Source: FIBA
Rules for classification: 1) Points; 2) Head-to-head results; 3) Points difference; 4) Points scored.
(H) Host
22 October 2017
20:00
India   106–37     Nepal
Scoring by quarter: 26–8, 23–8, 34–4, 23–17
Pts: Yadav 23
Rebs: Senthil Kumar 11
Asts: Yadav 7
Pts: Magar 11
Rebs: Magar 9
Asts: E. Shrestha 4
Kanteerava Indoor Stadium, Bangalore
Referees: Yuen Chun Yip (HKG), Shigeyuki Arisawa (JPN), Chang Lu-yueh (TPE)

23 October 2017
16:45
Nepal     32–89   Iran
Scoring by quarter: 10–23, 4–22, 8–23, 10–21
Pts: N. Sherpa 9
Rebs: Magar 14
Asts: Magar, R. Shrestha 2
Pts: Talakoub 17
Rebs: Maleki 18
Asts: Talakoub 4
Koramangala Indoor Stadium, Bangalore
Referees: Shigeyuki Arisawa (JPN), Kong Sin Mui (HKG), Chitchanok Srisawat (THA)
23 October 2017
20:00
Sri Lanka   58–86   India
Scoring by quarter: 7–30, 12–20, 12–25, 27–11
Pts: Hiniduma Kapuge 20
Rebs: L. Hettiarachchi 8
Asts: Sri Wickramage Don 3
Pts: Jayakumar 19
Rebs: Senthil Kumar 19
Asts: Yadav 10
Kanteerava Indoor Stadium, Bangalore
Referees: Preeda Muongmee (THA), Peng Ling (CHN), Sung Ming-lu (TPE)

24 October 2017
16:45
Nepal     48–68   Sri Lanka
Scoring by quarter: 4–20, 13–20, 18–12, 13–16
Pts: Magar 20
Rebs: Magar 29
Asts: Magar 3
Pts: Hamza 13
Rebs: Hiniduma Kapuge 8
Asts: Hiniduma Kapuge 4
Kanteerava Indoor Stadium, Bangalore
Referees: Kumiko Kumagai (JPN), Chitchanok Srisawat (THA), Sung Ming-lu (TPE)
24 October 2017
20:00
India   97–53   Iran
Scoring by quarter: 27–19, 23–7, 31–15, 16–12
Pts: Yadav 29
Rebs: Senthil Kumar 10
Asts: Karwa 7
Pts: Shirazi 12
Rebs: Ghaffari 11
Asts: Nazari 4
Kanteerava Indoor Stadium, Bangalore
Referees: Peng Ling (CHN), Shigeyuki Arisawa (JPN), Lee Ji-Youn (KOR)

25 October 2017
15:30
Sri Lanka   76–84   Iran
Scoring by quarter: 19–20, 14–15, 23–25, 20–24
Pts: L. Hettiarachchi 21
Rebs: L. Hettiarachchi 16
Asts: Ilangathilaka Mudiyanselage, Ruppegoda Gamage 3
Pts: Ghazvini 26
Rebs: Maleki 24
Asts: Ghazvini 3
Kanteerava Indoor Stadium, Bangalore
Referees: Yuen Chun Yip (HKG), Kumiko Yumagai (JPN), Lee Ji-Youn (KOR)

Group BEdit

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
1   Malaysia 2 2 0 194 64 +130 4
2   Kazakhstan 2 1 1 164 74 +90 3
3   Maldives 2 0 2 24 244 −220 2
Source: FIBA
Rules for classification: 1) Points; 2) Head-to-head results; 3) Points difference; 4) Points scored.
22 October 2017
17:45
Malaysia   130–14   Maldives
Scoring by quarter: 32–3, 46–6, 27–2, 25–3
Pts: Tan L.T., Lim S.Y. 15
Rebs: J. Lim 11
Asts: Tang S.X., Yap S.H., Fu Y.L. 5
Pts: Wildhan 8
Rebs: Nashid 6
Asts: 0
Koramangala Indoor Stadium, Bangalore
Referees: Peng Ling (CHN), Kumiko Kumagai (JPN), Preeda Muongmee (THA)

23 October 2017
17:45
Kazakhstan   50–64   Malaysia
Scoring by quarter: 8–16, 7–13, 18–20, 17–15
Pts: Umerova 11
Rebs: Komarova, Serikova 8
Asts: Abdurashitova 4
Pts: Yap S.H. 18
Rebs: Ng 14
Asts: Tan H.Y. 3
Koramangala Indoor Stadium, Bangalore
Referees: Yuen Chun Yip (HKG), Chang Lu-yueh (TPE), Ge Qian (CHN)

24 October 2017
14:30
Maldives   10–114   Kazakhstan
Scoring by quarter: 4–28, 4–19, 0–36, 2–31
Pts: Hussain 4
Rebs: Nasir 5
Asts: Wildhan 1
Pts: Abbassova 18
Rebs: Marchenko 11
Asts: Abdurashitova 5
Koramangala Indoor Stadium, Bangalore
Referees: Kong Sin Mui (HKG), Ge Qian (CHN), Preeda Muongmee (THA)

Knockout roundEdit

BracketEdit

 
QuarterfinalsSemifinalsFinals
 
          
 
26 October
 
 
  Kazakhstan71
 
27 October
 
  Sri Lanka58
 
  Kazakhstan40
 
 
  India77
 
 
28 October
 
 
  India64
 
26 October
 
  Malaysia48
 
  Iran129
 
27 October
 
  Maldives39
 
  Iran68
 
26 October
 
  Malaysia85 Third Place
 
  Malaysia88
 
28 October
 
    Nepal36
 
  Kazakhstan61
 
 
  Iran47
 
5th place bracket
 
5–8th place semifinalsFifth place
 
      
 
 
 
 
28 October
 
 
  Sri Lanka74
 
27 October
 
    Nepal38
 
  Maldives32
 
 
    Nepal72
 

QuarterfinalsEdit

26 October 2017
14:30
Kazakhstan   71–58   Sri Lanka
Scoring by quarter: 13–17, 22–19, 18–9, 18–13
Koramangala Indoor Stadium, Bangalore
Referees: Shigeyuki Arisawa (JPN), Chang Lu-yueh (TPE), Sung Ming-lu (TPE)

26 October 2017
16:45
Iran   129–39   Maldives
Scoring by quarter: 25–7, 34–10, 25–18, 45–4
Pts: Golmohammadi 14
Rebs: Nastarantehrani 24
Asts: Nazari, Talakoub 6
Pts: Amir 10
Rebs: Nashid 12
Asts: 5 players 1
Koramangala Indoor Stadium, Bangalore
Referees: Lim Wee Chun (MAS), Ge Qian (CHN), Raj Kumar Maharjan (NEP)

26 October 2017
20:00
Malaysia   88–36     Nepal
Scoring by quarter: 13–11, 20–2, 36–11, 19–12
Pts: Lee 13
Rebs: Fu Y.L. 12
Asts: Wong Z.W. 5
Pts: Magar 9
Rebs: Magar 14
Asts: T. Sherpa, Magar, E. Shrestha 3
Koramangala Indoor Stadium, Bangalore
Referees: Kong Sin Mui (HKG), Gayan Buddhika Kahingala Waduge (SRI), Chitchanok Srisawat (THA)

5–8th place semifinalEdit

27 October 2017
14:30
Maldives   32–72     Nepal
Scoring by quarter: 4–26, 7–11, 14–13, 7–22
Pts: Wildhan 14
Rebs: Hamza 11
Asts: 4 players 1
Pts: Gautam 14
Rebs: T. Sherpa 19
Asts: Gautam 17
Koramangala Indoor Stadium, Bangalore
Referees: Shigeyuki Arisawa (JPN), Chang Lu-yueh (TPE), Ge Qian (CHN)

SemifinalsEdit

27 October 2017
16:45
Iran   68–85   Malaysia
Scoring by quarter: 17–17, 16–18, 18–28, 17–22
Pts: Ghazvini 25
Rebs: Golmohammadi 23
Asts: 4 players 2
Pts: Tan L.T. 22
Rebs: Ng 18
Asts: Wong Z.W., Tan H.Y. 8
Koramangala Indoor Stadium, Bangalore
Referees: Lee Ji-Youn (KOR), Kong Sin Mui (HKG), Sung Ming-lu (TPE)

27 October 2017
20:00
Kazakhstan   40–77   India
Scoring by quarter: 11–18, 9–27, 10–16, 10–16
Pts: Komarova 12
Rebs: Umerova 6
Asts: Ignatiadi, Abdurashitova 2
Pts: Yadav 21
Rebs: Senthil Kumar 16
Asts: Karwa, Yadav 7
Kanteerava Indoor Stadium, Bangalore
Referees: Yuen Chun Yip (HKG), Nicolas Fernandes (TAH), Kumiko Kumagai (JPN)

Fifth place gameEdit

28 October 2017
09:00
Sri Lanka   74–38     Nepal
Scoring by quarter: 19–15, 9–8, 23–8, 23–7
Pts: Hamza 22
Rebs: L. Hettiarachchi 20
Asts: Hiniduma Kapuge 5
Pts: Magar 14
Rebs: T. Sherpa 14
Asts: T. Sherpa, Magar 3
Kanteerava Indoor Stadium, Bangalore
Referees: Chitchanok Srisawat (THA), Kong Sin Mui (HKG), Peng Ling (CHN)

Third place gameEdit

28 October 2017
14:30
Iran   47–61   Kazakhstan
Scoring by quarter: 7–17, 14–16, 15–14, 11–14
Pts: Ghazvini 20
Rebs: Golmohammadi 14
Asts: Ghaffari 3
Pts: Komarova 17
Rebs: Marchenko 12
Asts: Abdurashitova 7
Koramangala Indoor Stadium, Bangalore
Referees: Shigeyuki Arisawa (JPN), Chang Lu-yueh (TPE), Lee Ji-Youn (KOR)

FinalEdit

28 October 2017
17:45
Malaysia   48–64   India
Scoring by quarter: 3–15, 21–17, 10–20, 14–12
Pts: Wong Z.W. 14
Rebs: Ng 14
Asts: Lim J.Z., Ng 3
Pts: Yadav 14
Rebs: Yadav 12
Asts: Karwa 10
Kanteerava Indoor Stadium, Bangalore
Referees: Nicolas Fernandes (TAH), Budi Marfan (INA), Yuen Chun Yip (HKG)

Final standingEdit

Promoted to Division A of the 2020 FIBA Under-16 Women's Asian Championship
Rank Team Record
1   India 5–0
2   Malaysia 4–1
3   Kazakhstan 3–2
4   Iran 3–3
5   Sri Lanka 2–3
6     Nepal 1–5
7   Maldives 0–4

Statistical leadersEdit

PlayersEdit

Points
Pos. Name PPG
1   Vaishnavi Yadav 22.3
2   Charlisse Leger-Walker 20.0
3   Yutong Liu 16.3
4   Thisari Hiniduma Kapuge 16.0
  Chia-Jung Lin
5   Siew Hong Yap 15.0
Rebounds
Pos. Name RPG
1   Pratikshya Magar 17.3
2   Ghazal Maleki 16.0
3   Pushpa Senthil Kumar 13.3
4   Yutong Liu 13.0
5   Sharne Pupuke-Robati 12.0
Steals
Pos. Name SPG
1   Vaishnavi Yadav 5.3
2   Ze Wei Wong 5.0
3   Yeeun Heo 4.7
4   Yerim Jung 4.0
  Maika Miura
  Alexandra Kumarova
Assists
Pos. Name APG
1   Yeeun Heo 8.7
2   Vaishnavi Yadav 7.3
3   Ming Zheng 6.3
4   Hsuan-Yi Tseng 6.0
5   Charlisse Leger-Walker 4.7
  Neha Karwa
Blocks
Pos. Name BPG
1   Sanjana Ramesh 3.0
2   Muyao Guo 2.0
  Tricia Ng
3   Lina Nakazawa 1.7
  Olivia Pollerd
  Yada Sriharaksa
  Chih-Jung Ting
Other statistical leaders
Stat Name Avg.
Field goal percentage   Sakura Noguchi
  Jiyuan Wan
71.4%
3-point FG percentage   Yu Suzuki
  Zi Wei Wong
50.0%
Free throw percentage   Muyao Guo 100%
Turnovers   Mariyam Wildhan 12.5
Fouls   Yeeun Heo 4.7

TeamsEdit

Points
Pos. Name PPG
1   India 96.3
2   Japan 95.0
3   Malaysia 94.0
5   Australia 88.8
  China
  Iran
Rebounds
Pos. Name RPG
1   Kazakhstan 72.5
2   China 71.0
3   Iran 69.8
4   Malaysia 66.7
5   Australia 62.0
Assists
Pos. Name APG
1   India 25.0
2   Japan 22.3
3   China 22.0
4   Australia 20.3
5   Malaysia 19.3
Steals
Pos. Name SPG
1   Malaysia 25.7
2   Japan 21.3
3   Kazakhstan 20.0
4   South Korea 19.8
5   India 19.3
Blocks
Pos. Name BPG
1   China 6.5
2   Australia 6.3
3   Chinese Taipei 4.8
4   Japan 4.3
  India
Other statistical leaders
Stat Name Avg.
Field goal percentage   India 52.2%
3-point FG percentage   Chinese Taipei 30.0%
Free throw percentage   Australia 70.7%
Turnovers   Maldives 50.0
Fouls   South Korea 26.5

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Beirut and Bengaluru to host first-ever FIBA Asia Cups as basketball enters new era in Asian region". FIBA. 21 January 2017. Retrieved 23 January 2017.
  2. ^ "India to Host Major FIBA Tournaments During 2017". The Desi Times. 16 February 2017. Archived from the original on 23 February 2017. Retrieved 23 February 2017.
  3. ^ "Indian Women face the Karnataka U-18 squad in exhibition warmup game for the FIBA Women's Asia Cup". Basketball Federation of India. 13 May 2017. Archived from the original on 30 May 2017. Retrieved 18 May 2017.
  4. ^ "Australia ride strong fourth quarter rally to steal the Final and the title from Japan". FIBA Asia. 29 October 2017. Retrieved 29 October 2017.
  5. ^ "Final: Australia, Japan and China finish on the podium". FIBA Asia. 29 October 2017. Retrieved 29 October 2017.

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