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Day 1 results - Mar 16, 2006


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England won the first ever basketball game of the Commmonwealth Games history as they defeated Barbados 75-59. In the other game of the day, New Zealand won its opening game 88-58 vs South Africa.

Barbados - England: 59-75
The first tip-off in Commonwealth Games history was won by Barbados in Traralgon, beginning the nine-day competition for the Games’ newest team sport, but England came away with a 16-point win in the end 75-59. Andrew Sullivan (203-F-80) top scored for the victors with 21 points.

Boxscore here

New Zealand - South Africa: 88-58
An easy opening game for the Tall Blacks who were already leading 27-9 after the first period. Each new zealander players played between 9 and 23 minutes, Aaron Olson (195-G-78, college: E.Washington) led his side with 16pts 6/9FG, Pero Cameron added 13pts 5/9FG 12rbs and Dillon Boucher posted 12pts 3/4FG 10rbs. On the losing side, Nyakallo Nthuping netted a game-high 19pts 7/16FG, Quintin Denyssen added 11pts and Neo Mothiba scored 10pts.

Boxscore here

  



FIBA cancel Commonwealth Basketball Championships - Feb 4, 2010

THIS year's Commonwealth Basketball Championships, due to be staged in New Delhi in August, have been cancelled by the world governing body, FIBA. The decision comes just two weeks after FIBA had written to Keith Mair, chief executive of England Basketball, to confirm that a men's tournament would be staged in the Indian capital. The tournament was not directly connected with the Commonwealth Games, which are being held in India for the first time in October   [read more]

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Stats Leaders, Awards and Final Standings - Mar 27, 2006

After 10 days of competition, Australia won the first-ever Commonwealth Games women basketball tournament in Melbourne over New Zealand, England claimed the Bronze medal. Check out who were the top-performers during this tournament. We will post a team-by-team recap in the next days. AWARDS: MOST VALUABLE PLAYER: Jason Smith (194-G-74) A lot of players deserved this awards but Jason Smith led Australia in scoring, including a 16-point effort in the Gold medal   [read more]

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Australia won the Gold in a tough game - Mar 24, 2006

In true trans-Tasman rivalry, the gold medal playoff in the Men's Basketball between Australia and New Zealand went right down to the wire - with Australia taking top honours in the final minutes. In one of the most thrilling basketball matches in Australian history, the Boomers played the game of their lives, bringing the crowd to its feet to cheer the gold medal. We will post the stats leaders and a tournament recap in the next days   [read more]


England takes the Bronze - Mar 24, 2006  
Gold medal game - a boost for the australian NBL - Mar 23, 2006  
Classification games - Barbados claimed 5th place - Mar 23, 2006  
Semifinals - Australia and New Zealand to play for the Gold! - Mar 22, 2006  
Classifications Games - Mar 21, 2006  
Stats leaders after the pool phase - Mar 20, 2006  
Day 5 results - End of the pool phase - Mar 20, 2006  
Day 4 results - Mar 19, 2006  
Day 3 results - Mar 18, 2006  
Day 2 results - Mar 17, 2006  
Day 1 results - Mar 16, 2006  
Games Schedule - Mar 14, 2006  
India's basketballers play for the future - Mar 14, 2006  

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Commonwealth Games Standings
 1. Australia 8-0 
 2. N.Zealand 7-1 
 3. U.Kingdom 6-2 
 4. Nigeria 5-3 
 5. Barbados 4-4 
 6. Scotland 3-5 
 7. S.Africa 2-6 
 8. India 1-7 
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