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Day 2 results - Mar 17, 2006

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Malaysia made a great first-half against a much bigger Nigeria team but the african girls finally came out of the game with a 30-point victory. In the other game of the day, New Zealand blasted Malta 127-47. Each team has played one game in this tournament and four teams are already looking like a lock for the semifinals: Australia and England in the Pool A, Nigeria and New Zealand in the Pool B. No surprise there.

Malaysia - Nigeria: 67-97
An undersized malaysian team made a great first-half as Nigeria reached the break on a 44-39 mark. But the second half of the game was too hard for the asian players, Nigeria won the third quarter 24-15 and the last one 29-13. Mobolaji Akiode (175-F-82) led her team with 19pts 6/11FG 6rbs, Rashidat Sadiq (192-C-81) netted 17pts 7/11FG 6rbs and Funmi Ojelabi (170-G-85) scored 16pts with 4/9 from the three-point range. In a well-balanced nigerian team, six players scored at least 10pts. For Malaysia, Siao Foong Chow (171-F-76) netted 18pts 9/19FG and Woon Yuen Teo (163-G-85) added 16pts 6/9FG. But in this game size did matter, Nigeria took 62 rebounds to 22!

Boxscore here

New Zealand - Malta: 127-47
Australia recorded a 100-point victory yesterday over India so the Tall Ferns answered sith a 80-point victory over Malta! Malta was leading 3-2 in the opening minute of the game but New Zealand reeled off 14 consecutive point to impose their grid on the game. Angela Marino (166-G-86) scored a game-high 22pts 8/13FG, Donna Loffhagen (184-F-78) added 17pts 7/11FG 7rbs and 7st and Charmian Purcell (179-G-79) chipped in with 14pts 5/8FG 11rbs. Josephine Grima (191-C-84) netted 19pts for Malta and Beverlee Zammit (172-F-87) added 9pts 1/4FG.

Boxscore here


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End of the pool phase - 11 Years ago  
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Commonwealth Games Standings
 1. Australia 7-0 
 2. N.Zealand 6-1 
 3. U.Kingdom 5-2 
 4. Nigeria 4-3 
 5. Mozambiq. 3-4 
 6. India 2-5 
 7. Malaysia 1-6 
 8. Malta 0-7 
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