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Day 3 results - Mar 18, 2006

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With a 84-63 victory over England, New Zealand took the first spot of the pool on the wings of its newly-naturalized forward Casey Frank (205-F-77). Barbados keeps its semifinals hopes alive with a 88-72 win over South Africa.

New Zealand - England: 84-63
That was a very important game between the teams which has won their opening game, New Zealand won this contest 84-63 and take the first spot of the pool, the best one to avoir a semifinals contest agaisnt the mighty australians. The Tall Blacks made the break in the second quarter: 21-12. Newly naturalized Casey Frank (205-F-77) led his side with 21pts 8/13FG and 6rbs, Pero Cameron (199-F/C-74, agency: Duran International) recorded almost a double-double with 11pts 4/10FG and 9rbs, Edward Book (210-C-70) netted 10pts 4/6. For England, Andrew Sullivan (203-F-80) scored 19pts 7/16FG 9rbs, former NBA-player John Amaechi (207-C-71) added 13pts 3/6FG and Germayne Forbes (186-G-80) chipped in with 8pts 3/5FG.

Boxscore here

Barbados - South Africa: 88-72
Barbados made a better start in this game reaching half-time on a 50-22 mark, despite a good run in the last quarter South Africa was unable to come back. Victor Payne (194-G/F-75, college: Cent.Conn.St.) and Jeremy Gill (183-G-84) both scored a game-high with 23pts for Barbados, their teamate Dean Browne (206-F/C-80) posted 14pts and 11rbs. On the losing side, Neo Mothiba recorded 18pts, Nyakallo Nthuping (199-F/C-80) scored 16pts and Emmanuel Madonda (178-G-80) added 11pts

Boxscore here


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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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