2009 FIBA Asia Championship for Women

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2009 FIBA Asia Championship
for Women
23rd Asian Women's Basketball Championship
FIBA Asia Championship for Women 2009 logo.png
Official website
2009 FIBA Asia Championship for Women
Tournament details
Host nation  India
Dates September 17–24
Teams 12 (from 44 federations)
Venues (in 1 host city)
Champions  China (10th title)
MVP China Bian Lan
Tournament statistics
Players Teams
Points India Jose (22.0)  South Korea (91.4)
Rebounds Lebanon El Charif (10.5)  Kazakhstan (50.0)
Assists South Korea Lee M.S. (4.6)  China (20.1)

The 2009 FIBA Asia Championship for Women is the qualifying tournament for FIBA Asia at the World Championship 2010 at Czech Republic. The tournament will be held on Chennai, India from September 17 to September 24.

The championship is divided into two levels: Level I and Level II. The two lowest finishers of Level I meets the top two finishers to determine which teams qualify for Level for 2011's championship. The losers are relegated to Level II.

Participating teams[edit]

Level I Level II

 South Korea
 China
 Japan
 Chinese Taipei
 Thailand
 India

 Kazakhstan
 Lebanon
 Malaysia
 Philippines
 Sri Lanka
 Uzbekistan

Preliminary round[edit]

Level I[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 China 5 5 0 454 284 +170 10
 South Korea 5 4 1 468 289 +179 9
 Japan 5 3 2 401 340 +61 8
 Chinese Taipei 5 2 3 334 378 −44 7
 Thailand 5 1 4 300 468 −168 6
 India 5 0 5 281 479 −198 5
September 17
16:00
India  46–102  South Korea
Scoring by quarter: 7–27, 14–29, 12–28, 13–18
Pts: Jose 15
Rebs: K. Kaur 9
Asts: Four players 1
Pts: Beon Y.H. 26
Rebs: Jung S.M. 14
Asts: Lee M.S. 7
September 17
18:00
Thailand  51–115  China
Scoring by quarter: 15–34, 10–21, 9–33, 17–27
Pts: Jantakan 20
Rebs: Banmoo 5
Asts: Chuinim, Jantakan 2
Pts: Huang H.P. 18
Rebs: Guan X. 8
Asts: Guan X. 4
September 17
20:00
Japan  73–65  Chinese Taipei
Scoring by quarter: 18–17, 19–20, 19–15, 17–13
Pts: Oga 24
Rebs: Mitani 8
Asts: Yoshida 6
Pts: Li W.T., Liu C.Y. 12
Rebs: Cheng H.Y., Liu C.Y. 4
Asts: Cheng H.Y. 4
September 18
15:00
China  75–58  Japan
Scoring by quarter: 14–13, 19–19, 23–14, 19–12
Pts: Chen N. 18
Rebs: Chen N. 8
Asts: Bian L., Ma Z.Y. 3
Pts: Koiso 17
Rebs: Yoshida 11
Asts: Four players 2
September 18
17:00
Chinese Taipei  84–61  India
Scoring by quarter: 16–16, 30–18, 20–17, 18–10
Pts: Chang S.C., Lan J.Y. 15
Rebs: Li W.T. 4
Asts: Huang F.S. 8
Pts: Jose 34
Rebs: Jose 11
Asts: Pt. Singh, Maggon 3
September 18
19:00
South Korea  116–45  Thailand
Scoring by quarter: 26–12, 35–10, 30–10, 25–13
Pts: Kim K.R. 19
Rebs: Four players 6
Asts: Lee M.S. 10
Pts: Suksomwong 12
Rebs: Banmoo 5
Asts: Saechua, Mathuros 2
September 19
15:00
Japan  94–60  Thailand
Scoring by quarter: 21–9, 22–14, 25–18, 26–19
Pts: Sakurada 17
Rebs: Mitani 9
Asts: Obata 7
Pts: Banmoo 19
Rebs: Jantakan 6
Asts: Saechua, Mathuros 3
September 19
17:00
India  49–107  China
Scoring by quarter: 13–29, 8–29, 13–22, 15–27
Pts: Pauldurai 14
Rebs: Jose 9
Asts: Ps. Singh 3
Pts: Ma Z.Y. 17
Rebs: Guan X. 10
Asts: Yang B.B. 6
September 19
19:00
Chinese Taipei  55–96  South Korea
Scoring by quarter: 7–31, 15–26, 13–25, 20–14
Pts: Lin C.W. 14
Rebs: Chu Y.H. 5
Asts: Li W.T., Lin H.M. 2
Pts: Park J.E. 17
Rebs: Jung S.M. 7
Asts: Jung S.M. 10
September 21
15:00
South Korea  82–68  Japan
Scoring by quarter: 14–23, 21–19, 26–8, 21–18
Pts: Park J.E. 17
Rebs: Kim K.R. 9
Asts: Beon Y.H. 5
Pts: Oga 16
Rebs: Yoshida 12
Asts: Yoshida, Oga 4
September 21
17:00
Thailand  78–67  India
Scoring by quarter: 22–19, 17–13, 17–17, 22–18
Pts: Jantakan 20
Rebs: Mathuros 9
Asts: Mathuros 4
Pts: Jose 23
Rebs: Jose 10
Asts: Jose, Ps. Singh 3
September 21
19:00
China  82–54  Chinese Taipei
Scoring by quarter: 15–17, 22–13, 23–11, 22–13
Pts: Ma Z.Y. 13
Rebs: Chen X.L., Chen N. 7
Asts: Ma Z.Y. 4
Pts: Lan J.Y. 22
Rebs: Lan J.Y. 3
Asts: Lin C.W. 3
September 22
15:00
Chinese Taipei  76–66  Thailand
Scoring by quarter: 23–18, 8–13, 29–21, 16–14
Pts: Liu C.Y. 16
Rebs: Liu C.Y. 7
Asts: Huang F.S. 8
Pts: Jantakan 22
Rebs: Yothanan, Mathuros 10
Asts: Intapan, Yothanan, Jantakan 2
September 22
17:00
India  58–108  Japan
Scoring by quarter: 20–21, 11–34, 13–29, 14–24
Pts: Jose 30
Rebs: Ps. Singh 5
Asts: Pauldurai 3
Pts: Sakurada 26
Rebs: Koiso 8
Asts: Obata 6
September 22
19:00
China  75–72  South Korea
Scoring by quarter: 20–20, 14–14, 21–23, 20–15
Pts: Chen X.L., Chen N. 17
Rebs: Chen N. 10
Asts: Bian L., Miao L.J. 5
Pts: Beon Y.H. 23
Rebs: Beon Y.H. 5
Asts: Beon Y.H., Jung S.M. 4

Level II[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Tiebreaker
 Malaysia 5 4 1 369 309 +60 9 1–0
 Lebanon 5 4 1 409 318 +91 9 0–1
 Kazakhstan 5 3 2 355 316 +39 8 1–0
 Philippines 5 3 2 318 332 −14 8 0–1
 Uzbekistan 5 1 4 377 365 +12 6
 Sri Lanka 5 0 5 242 430 −188 5
September 17
9:00
Philippines  61–55  Malaysia
Scoring by quarter: 20–19, 13–11, 15–16, 13–9
Pts: Valencia 15
Rebs: Jose 6
Asts: Grajales 5
Pts: Kew S.M. 14
Rebs: Yong S.M. 6
Asts: Goh B.F., Yong S.M. 3
September 17
11:00
Lebanon  83–68  Uzbekistan
Scoring by quarter: 26–19, 15–21, 26–13, 16–15
Pts: Nasr 23
Rebs: Anderson 8
Asts: Nasr 4
Pts: Polunina 21
Rebs: Tatarinova, Krasovskaya 6
Asts: Khusnitdinova, Polunina 3
September 17
13:00
Sri Lanka  40–94  Kazakhstan
Scoring by quarter: 8–27, 14–24, 11–23, 7–20
Pts: Fernando 13
Rebs: Gallage, Sandamali 4
Asts: Gunawijaya 2
Pts: Dots 13
Rebs: Ivanova 10
Asts: Alishauskaite 4
September 18
9:00
Malaysia  84–69  Lebanon
Scoring by quarter: 22–26, 19–21, 14–11, 29–11
Pts: Goh B.F. 22
Rebs: Pee Y.Y., Kew S.M. 5
Asts: Pee Y.Y. 6
Pts: Nasr 18
Rebs: El Charif 11
Asts: Four players 1
September 18
11:00
Kazakhstan  71–52  Philippines
Scoring by quarter: 17–15, 15–6, 22–17, 17–14
Pts: Alishauskaite 18
Rebs: Ivanova, Sedova, Kuzmicheva 13
Asts: Alishauskaite 7
Pts: Arayi 26
Rebs: Lubiano 9
Asts: Six players 1
September 18
13:00
Uzbekistan  89–48  Sri Lanka
Scoring by quarter: 27–12, 25–16, 17–13, 20–7
Pts: Koniva 24
Rebs: Tatarinova 11
Asts: Polunina 5
Pts: Sandamali 15
Rebs: Silva 8
Asts: Thalagala 3
September 19
9:00
Kazakhstan  57–71  Malaysia
Scoring by quarter: 15–17, 8–15, 17–20, 17–19
Pts: Kuzmicheva 18
Rebs: Sedova 13
Asts: Volikova 3
Pts: Ang S.T. 20
Rebs: Yong S.M. 8
Asts: Pee Y.Y. 4
September 19
11:00
Sri Lanka  54–96  Lebanon
Scoring by quarter: 20–20, 11–29, 15–34, 8–13
Pts: Fernando 16
Rebs: Silva 9
Asts: Sandamali, Karunaratne, Silva 2
Pts: Anderson 22
Rebs: Anderson 9
Asts: Anderson 4
September 19
13:00
Philippines  81–73  Uzbekistan
Scoring by quarter: 16–15, 22–11, 17–33, 26–14
Pts: Grajales 22
Rebs: Grajales 6
Asts: Grajales 6
Pts: Khusnitdinova 15
Rebs: Dmitrieva, Krasovskaya 5
Asts: Polunina, Krasovskaya 3
September 21
9:00
Malaysia  81–45  Sri Lanka
Scoring by quarter: 14–16, 16–12, 23–7, 28–10
Pts: Ang S.T. 19
Rebs: Yaakob 6
Asts: Goh B.F., Yaakob 5
Pts: Fernando 15
Rebs: Bollegala 8
Asts: Bollegala, Silva 2
September 21
11:00
Uzbekistan  70–75  Kazakhstan
Scoring by quarter: 19–21, 15–22, 14–19, 22–13
Pts: Polunina, Krasovskaya 14
Rebs: Krasovskaya 7
Asts: Burieva 3
Pts: Kuzmicheva 20
Rebs: Protsenko 11
Asts: Protsenko 5
September 21
13:00
Lebanon  78–54  Philippines
Scoring by quarter: 18–13, 20–11, 22–11, 18–19
Pts: Alameddine, Nasr 16
Rebs: El Charif 16
Asts: Nasr 6
Pts: Borja 21
Rebs: Tioseco 9
Asts: Mercado 2
September 22
9:00
Uzbekistan  77–78  Malaysia
Scoring by quarter: 21–18, 13–22, 28–11, 15–27
Pts: Polunina 19
Rebs: Tatarinova 11
Asts: Khusnitdinova 4
Pts: Kew S.M. 18
Rebs: Kew S.M. 8
Asts: Yaakob 5
September 22
11:00
Philippines  70–55  Sri Lanka
Scoring by quarter: 15–20, 11–3, 24–10, 20–22
Pts: Arayi 23
Rebs: Tioseco 11
Asts: delos Reyes 2
Pts: Fernando, Sandamali 12
Rebs: Bollegala, Silva 9
Asts: Fonseka 3
September 22
13:00
Kazakhstan  58–83  Lebanon
Scoring by quarter: 12–25, 11–22, 17–22, 18–14
Pts: Kuzmicheva 15
Rebs: Sedova 11
Asts: Kucheryavykh 5
Pts: Anderson 23
Rebs: Anderson 13
Asts: Alameddine 6

Qualifying round[edit]

Winners are promoted to Level I for the 2011 championships.

September 23
13:00
Thailand  58–83  Lebanon
Scoring by quarter: 21–22, 11–25, 18–17, 8–19
Pts: Suksomwong 21
Rebs: Banmoo 8
Asts: Jantakan 8
Pts: Anderson 24
Rebs: Anderson 15
Asts: Nasr 9
September 23
15:00
India  90–74  Malaysia
Scoring by quarter: 24–16, 20–26, 25–18, 21–14
Pts: H. Kaur 31
Rebs: H. Kaur 16
Asts: Pauldurai 7
Pts: Goh B.F. 16
Rebs: Yong S.M., Kew S.M. 6
Asts: Pee Y.Y., Kew S.M. 4

Final round[edit]

Semifinals Final
September 23
  South Korea  101  
  Japan  57  
 
September 24
      South Korea  71
    China  91
3rd place
September 23 September 24
  China  70   Japan  72
  Chinese Taipei  59     Chinese Taipei  57

Semifinals[edit]

September 23
17:00
South Korea  101–57  Japan
Scoring by quarter: 30–5, 18–15, 30–20, 23–17
Pts: Kim K.R. 19
Rebs: Lee M.S., Jung S.M. 5
Asts: Lee M.S. 4
Pts: Yamada 12
Rebs: Koiso 6
Asts: Obata 4
September 23
19:00
China  70–59  Chinese Taipei
Scoring by quarter: 27–17, 13–20, 16–8, 14–14
Pts: Chen X.L., Liu D. 12
Rebs: Chen N. 8
Asts: Bian L., Miao L.J. 5
Pts: Cheng H.Y. 11
Rebs: Lin C.W. 3
Asts: Liu C.Y. 4

3rd place[edit]

September 24
14:00
Japan  72–57  Chinese Taipei
Scoring by quarter: 18–11, 21–8, 12–18, 21–20
Pts: Koiso 21
Rebs: Koiso 13
Asts: Yoshida 9
Pts: Cheng H.Y. 17
Rebs: Liu C.Y. 8
Asts: Lin C.W., Cheng H.Y., Ma Y.H. 3

Final[edit]

September 24
16:00
South Korea  71–91  China
Scoring by quarter: 17–18, 14–21, 15–28, 25–24
Pts: Beon Y.H. 29
Rebs: Jung S.M., Kim J.E. 4
Asts: Lee M.S. 3
Pts: Chen N. 17
Rebs: Chen N. 9
Asts: Miao L.J. 8

Final standing[edit]

Qualified for the 2010 FIBA World Championship for Women
Rank Team Record
1  China 7–0
2  South Korea 5–2
3  Japan 4–3
4  Chinese Taipei 2–5
5  Thailand 1–5
6  India 1–5
7  Malaysia 4–2
8  Lebanon 5–1
9  Kazakhstan 3–2
10  Philippines 3–2
11  Uzbekistan 1–4
12  Sri Lanka 0–5

Awards[edit]

 2009 Asian Champions 

China
Tenth title

External links[edit]