Basketball at the 2006 Commonwealth Games

Basketball competitions at the 2006 Commonwealth Games were held between Match 16 and 24, 2006.[1]

Commonwealth Games Basketball Tournament
Melbourne, Victoria 2006
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Tournament details
Games2006 Commonwealth Games
Host nationAustralia
CityMelbourne, Victoria
Duration16–24 March 2006
Men's tournament
Teams8
Medals
1 Gold medalists  Australia
2 Silver medalists New Zealand
3 Bronze medalists  England
Women's tournament
Teams8
Medals
1 Gold medalists  Australia
2 Silver medalists New Zealand
3 Bronze medalists  England
Tournaments
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The 2006 Commonwealth Games was the first Commonwealth Games at which the sport of basketball was played. It was one of the sports that took the Games to regional Victoria, with games being played in a number of regional centres including Traralgon, Bendigo, Ballarat, and Geelong. The finals were played in Melbourne at Melbourne Multi Purpose Venue.

VenuesEdit

City Stadium Capacity
Melbourne Melbourne Multi Purpose Venue 10,500
Ballarat Ballarat Minerdome 2,000
Bendigo Bendigo Stadium 2,000
Geelong Geelong Arena 2,000
Traralgon Traralgon Sports Stadium 2,000

Medal summaryEdit

Medal countEdit

  *   Host nation (Australia)

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Australia*2002
2  New Zealand0202
3  England0022
Totals (3 nations)2226

ResultsEdit

Men'sEdit

Group AEdit

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
  Australia 3 3 0 365 158 +207 6
  Nigeria 3 2 1 261 270 −9 5
  Scotland 3 1 2 202 277 −75 4
  India 3 0 3 190 313 −123 3
March 17
20:15
Australia   129–52   Scotland
Scoring by quarter: 37–17, 32–11, 35–15, 25–9

March 17
20:15
India   84–113   Nigeria
Scoring by quarter: 21–22, 24–27, 24–31, 15-33

March 19
11:30
Scotland   67–57   India
Scoring by quarter: 16–9, 20–14, 19–15, 12–19

March 19
20:15
Australia   103–57   Nigeria
Scoring by quarter: 20–14, 29–17, 24–9, 30–17

March 20
18:00
Nigeria   91–83   Scotland
Scoring by quarter: 22–14, 17–23, 28–22, 24–24

March 20
20:15
India   49–133   Australia
Scoring by quarter: 15–37, 6–42, 16–29, 12-25

Group BEdit

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
  New Zealand 3 3 0 263 172 +91 6
  England 3 2 1 233 196 +37 5
  Barbados 3 1 2 198 238 −40 4
  South Africa 3 0 3 183 271 −88 3
March 16
18:00
New Zealand   88–58   South Africa
Scoring by quarter: 27–9, 12–13, 24–13, 25–23

March 16
18:00
Barbados   59–75   England
Scoring by quarter: 13–14, 16–21, 23–11, 7-29

March 18
18:00
New Zealand   84–63   England
Scoring by quarter: 18–17, 21–12, 18–11, 27–23

March 18
20:15
South Africa   72–88   Barbados
Scoring by quarter: 10–23, 11–27, 20–22, 31-16

March 19
20:15
Barbados   51–91   New Zealand
Scoring by quarter: 8–24, 13–23, 13–20, 17-24

March 20
11:30
England   95–53   South Africa
Scoring by quarter: 22-14, 25–12, 22–12, 26–15

Fifth to Eighth placeEdit

March 21
18:00
Scotland   91–79   South Africa
Scoring by quarter: 26-18, 18–20, 24–23, 23–18

March 21
20:15
India   55–96   Barbados
Scoring by quarter: 8–26, 12–27, 17–22, 18-21

Seventh placeEdit

March 23
11:30
South Africa   65–59   India
Scoring by quarter: 14-7, 18–18, 17–21, 16–13

Fifth place matchEdit

March 23
13:45
Scotland   63–73   Barbados
Scoring by quarter: 18–15, 12–21, 18–23, 15-14

SemifinalsEdit

March 22
13:45
Australia   101–75   England
Scoring by quarter: 27-23, 23–23, 27–12, 24–17

March 22
20:15
Nigeria   66–90   New Zealand
Scoring by quarter: 17–23, 16-27, 20–20, 13-20

Bronze Medal MatchEdit

March 24
18:00
England   80–57   Nigeria
Scoring by quarter: 15-15, 30–12, 22–15, 13–15

Gold Medal MatchEdit

March 24
20:15
Australia   81–76   New Zealand
Scoring by quarter: 25-15, 11–22, 25–25, 20–14

Women'sEdit

Group AEdit

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
  Australia 3 3 0 303 115 +188 6
  England 3 2 1 231 198 +33 5
  India 3 1 2 161 262 −101 4
  Mozambique 3 0 3 126 246 −120 3
March 16
20:15
Australia   146–46   India
Scoring by quarter: 41-6, 31-14, 33-10, 41-16

March 18
20:15
Mozambique   46–84   England
Scoring by quarter: 16–22, 6–22, 11-20, 13-20

March 18
18:00
England   104–57   India
Scoring by quarter: 25-19, 38-16, 11-6, 30-16

March 19
20:15
Mozambique   26–104   Australia
Scoring by quarter: 7-21, 3-20, 12-33, 4-30

March 19
18:30
Australia   95–43   England
Scoring by quarter: 21-17, 26-11, 22-8, 26-7

March 20
13:45
India   58–54   Mozambique
Scoring by quarter: 13-15, 15-9, 18-16, 12-14

Group BEdit

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
  New Zealand 3 3 0 313 156 +157 6
  Nigeria 3 2 1 236 194 +42 5
  Malaysia 3 1 2 242 275 −33 4
  Malta 3 0 3 156 281 −125 3
March 17
18:00
New Zealand   127–47   Malta
Scoring by quarter: 30-14, 29-11, 34-16, 34-6

March 17
18:00
Malaysia   67–97   Nigeria
Scoring by quarter: 18-17, 21-27, 15-24, 13-29

March 19
13:45
Malta   44–86   Nigeria
Scoring by quarter: 11-17, 11–24, 15-19, 7-26

March 19
18:00
New Zealand   113–56   Malaysia
Scoring by quarter: 26-14, 29-14, 33-12, 25-16

March 20
18:00
Malaysia   68–65   Malta
Scoring by quarter: 11-17, 13–15, 24-18, 20-15

March 20
20:15
Nigeria   53–83   New Zealand
Scoring by quarter: 15-13, 5-21, 18-24, 15-25

Fifth to Eighth placeEdit

March 21
11:30
India   80–47   Malta
Scoring by quarter: 24-14, 17-13, 20-15, 19-5

March 21
18:00
Mozambique   80–70   Malaysia
Scoring by quarter: 22-14, 27-10, 13-27, 18-19

Seventh placeEdit

March 22
11:30
Malta   59–63   Malaysia
Scoring by quarter: 14-11, 12-19, 21-14, 12-19

Fifth place matchEdit

March 22
18:00
India   44–70   Mozambique
Scoring by quarter: 10-23, 12–9, 5-19, 17-19

SemifinalsEdit

March 21
13:45
Australia   105–49   Nigeria
Scoring by quarter: 33-5, 16-10, 30-16, 26-18

March 21
20:15
England   67–74   New Zealand
Scoring by quarter: 13-19, 16-19, 23-23, 15-13

Bronze Medal MatchEdit

March 23
18:00
Nigeria   75–78   England
Scoring by quarter: 17-16, 13-20, 16-19, 29-23

Gold Medal MatchEdit

March 23
20:15
Australia   77–39   New Zealand
Scoring by quarter: 23-11, 15-8, 22-6, 17-14

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Schedule and Results". Archived from the original on 2015-08-09. Retrieved 2011-06-03.

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