2009 FIBA Asia Under-16 Championship for Women

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2009 FIBA Asia U-16 Championship 
for Women
1st Asian Women's Basketball Championship
2009 FIBA Asia Under-16 Championship for Women logo.png
Tournament details
Host nation  India
Dates November 30 – December 6
Teams 12 (from 44 federations)
Venues (in 1 host city)
Champions  China (1st title)
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The 2009 FIBA Asia Under-16 Championship for Women is the qualifying tournament for FIBA Asia at the Under–17 World Championship for Women 2010 at Rodez and Toulouse, France. The tournament was held on Pune, India from November 30 to December 6. China defeated Japan to notch their maiden title in the Championship.

Draw[edit]

Group A Group B

 China
 Chinese Taipei
 Singapore
 Philippines
 Hong Kong
 India

 South Korea
 Japan
 Sri Lanka
 Malaysia
 Thailand
 Kazakhstan

Preliminary round[edit]

Group A[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 China 5 5 0 571 170 +401 10
 Chinese Taipei 5 4 1 512 203 +309 9
 India 5 3 2 333 361 −28 8
 Philippines 5 2 3 265 441 −176 7
 Hong Kong 5 1 4 238 427 −189 6
 Singapore 5 0 5 183 500 −317 5
November 30
11:00
China  137–28  Hong Kong
Scoring by quarter: 37–6, 35–5, 34–5, 31–12
Pts: Zhang L.T. 26
Rebs: Yu D. 2
Asts: Li M.Y., Ma X.Y. 2
Pts: Wong M.S. 7
Rebs: So 2
Asts: 0
November 30
15:00
Chinese Taipei  147–20  Singapore
Scoring by quarter: 41–3, 35–8, 40–6, 32–3
Pts: Chen T.H. 21 Pts: Han, J. Ng 4
November 30
18:00
India  91–64  Philippines
Scoring by quarter: 21–15, 19–16, 25–19, 26–14
Pts: Rajguru 24
Rebs: Akula 1
Asts: Skaria 1
Pts: Piatos 15
Rebs: 0
Asts: Tanaman 1
December 1
9:00
Hong Kong  34–106  Chinese Taipei
Scoring by quarter: 7–23, 9–34, 9–22, 9–27
Pts: Wu S.Y. 12
Rebs: Wu S.Y., Chan W.P. 1
Asts: Wong K.Y. 1
Pts: Wang W.L. 17
Rebs: Chen H.C., Yang J. 1
Asts: Four players 1
December 1
11:00
Singapore  56–72  Philippines
Scoring by quarter: 7–21, 21–19, 13–18, 15–14
Pts: V. Chua 17
Rebs: Roslan 2
Asts: Tok H.M. 1
Pts: Jose 16
Rebs: Pioquinto 4
Asts: 0
December 1
17:00
China  108–37  India
Scoring by quarter: 29–15, 26–0, 24–5, 29–17
Pts: Sun M.X. 16 Pts: Rajguru 8
December 2
9:00
Philippines  36–129  China
Scoring by quarter: 13–33, 6–37, 8–25, 9–34
Pts: Rivera 14
Rebs: Tanaman, Jose 2
Asts: Araneta 5
Pts: Li M. 27
Rebs: Ma X.Y. 4
Asts: Sun M.X. 6
December 2
13:00
Singapore  47–72  Hong Kong
Scoring by quarter: 13–12, 10–18, 10–16, 14–26
Pts: V. Chua 9
Rebs: Lim 12
Asts: Ong 6
Pts: Wong K.Y. 19
Rebs: Destiny 13
Asts: Young 10
December 2
17:00
India  37–95  Chinese Taipei
Scoring by quarter: 12–23, 8–17, 12–29, 5–26
Pts: Akula 12 Pts: Lin Y.T. 24
December 3
13:00
Chinese Taipei  110–30  Philippines
Scoring by quarter: 32–8, 28–2, 18–14, 32–6
Pts: Chen T.H. 33
Rebs: Huang H.T. 10
Asts: Yang J. 5
Pts: Rivera 11
Rebs: Araneta 4
Asts: Javier, Jose 2
December 3
17:00
Hong Kong  49–74  India
Scoring by quarter: 11–15, 10–16, 20–25, 8–18
Pts: Chau H.T. 13
Rebs: Young 7
Asts: Young 8
Pts: Rajguru, Limaye 16
Rebs: Limaye 19
Asts: Akula, Limaye 6
December 3
19:00
China  115–15  Singapore
Scoring by quarter: 35–2, 24–6, 30–4, 26–3
Pts: Sun M.X., Li M. 24
Rebs: Li M. 9
Asts: Cui H.Y. 8
Pts: V. Chua, Chua T.Y. 5
Rebs: Roslan 4
Asts: Chua T.Y., C. Ng, Roslan 1
December 4
15:00
Philippines  63–55  Hong Kong
Scoring by quarter: 14–7, 8–18, 27–6, 14–24
Pts: Rivera, Piatos 14
Rebs: Tanaman 5
Asts: Piatos 5
Pts: Wong K.Y. 15
Rebs: Wong M.S., Liu W.S., Chan W.P. 4
Asts: Young 5
December 4
17:00
India  94–45  Singapore
Scoring by quarter: 23–13, 19–8, 20–13, 32–11
Pts: Rajguru 25
Rebs: Loganathan 12
Asts: Akula 8
Pts: Han 10
Rebs: Eng 7
Asts: Ong 3
December 4
19:00
Chinese Taipei  54–82  China
Scoring by quarter: 16–15, 17–25, 5–18, 16–24
Pts: Lin Y.T., Cheng I.H. 10
Rebs: Lin Y.T., Wang W.L. 4
Asts: Wang W.L. 5
Pts: Ma X.Y. 16
Rebs: Yu D. 23
Asts: Cui H.Y., Yu D. 5

Group B[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 Japan 5 5 0 564 183 +382 10
 South Korea 5 4 1 405 303 +102 9
 Thailand 5 3 2 303 334 −31 8
 Malaysia 5 2 3 310 347 −37 7
 Kazakhstan 5 1 4 281 388 −107 6
 Sri Lanka 5 0 5 131 440 −309 5
November 30
9:00
South Korea  78–58  Thailand
Scoring by quarter: 20–14, 14–10, 19–14, 25–20
Pts: Jeong Y.J. 16
Rebs: Kim E.J., Choi E.S. 1
Asts: 0
Pts: Arjsri 18
Rebs: Chalieolerdaumpon, Arjsri 1
Asts: 0
November 30
13:00
Japan  120–9  Sri Lanka
Scoring by quarter: 38–4, 26–1, 25–4, 31–0
Pts: Sugawara 25 Pts: Premdasa 7
November 30
20:00
Malaysia  78–54  Kazakhstan
Scoring by quarter: 21–19, 25–10, 13–12, 19–13
Pts: Ooi P.Y. 24
Rebs: 0
Asts: Chong Y.Y. 3
Pts: Yakovitskaya 13
Rebs: Petukhova 2
Asts: Petukhova, Tuleubayeva, Rybalko 1
December 1
13:00
Kazakhstan  53–69  South Korea
Scoring by quarter: 11–14, 11–24, 14–15, 17–16
Pts: Popova 26
Rebs: Popova 6
Asts: 0
Pts: Kim E.J. 20
Rebs: Kang K.L. 4
Asts: Choi E.S. 1
December 1
15:00
Thailand  49–103  Japan
Scoring by quarter: 4–27, 13–21, 14–29, 18–26
Pts: Sawatong 20
Rebs: Sawatong 4
Asts: Butboontom, Sapmee 1
Pts: Izumita 15
Rebs: Ikeya 3
Asts: Hill 3
December 1
19:00
Sri Lanka  25–80  Malaysia
Scoring by quarter: 4–27, 11–20, 4–21, 9–12
Pts: Jayakodyarachchilage 12 Pts: Yap F.Y. 14
December 2
11:00
Kazakhstan  44–125  Japan
Scoring by quarter: 7–27, 8–29, 20–37, 9–32
Pts: Rybalko 10 Pts: Sugawara 21
December 2
15:00
Malaysia  60–88  South Korea
Scoring by quarter: 21–22, 14–24, 10–19, 15–23
Pts: Yap F.Y. 20 Pts: Kang K.L. 18
December 2
19:00
Sri Lanka  29–57  Thailand
Scoring by quarter: 5–14, 12–12, 2–20, 10–11
Pts: Rajapakse 18
Rebs: Rajapakse 18
Asts: Premdasa 3
Pts: Sapmee 13
Rebs: Sapmee 14
Asts: Chalieolerdaumpon 5
December 3
9:00
Japan  112–26  Malaysia
Scoring by quarter: 38–5, 22–2, 35–13, 17–6
Pts: Miyazawa, Chikahira 15
Rebs: Ikeya, Onuma 3
Asts: Takeda, Nagaoka 6
Pts: Low 7
Rebs: Chong Y.Y., Yap F.Y. 2
Asts: Chong Y.Y., Low 2
December 3
11:00
South Korea  113–26  Sri Lanka
Scoring by quarter: 36–8, 26–10, 31–3, 20–5
Pts: Park D.J. 19
Rebs: Kang K.L. 6
Asts: Kang K.L. 10
Pts: Jayakodyarachchilage 12
Rebs: De Soysa, Dona 4
Asts: Premdasa 3
December 3
15:00
Thailand  71–60  Kazakhstan
Scoring by quarter: 18–7, 22–12, 16–12, 15–29
Pts: Maihom 23
Rebs: Sapmee, Arjsri 3
Asts: Sawatong 6
Pts: Popova 13
Rebs: Popova, Tuleubayeva 2
Asts: Popova 4
December 4
9:00
Kazakhstan  70–42  Sri Lanka
Scoring by quarter: 18–6, 14–13, 23–14, 15–9
Pts: Li 16
Rebs: Tuleubayeva 3
Asts: Kanaikina, Popova 5
Pts: Rajapakse 25
Rebs: Rajapakse 6
Asts: Premdasa 4
December 4
11:00
Malaysia  66–68  Thailand
Scoring by quarter: 15–15, 11–15, 18–22, 22–16
Pts: Yap F.Y. 27
Rebs: Ng S.Y. 10
Asts: Lee J.R. 7
Pts: Maihom 23
Rebs: Maihom, Arjsri 9
Asts: Sawangkaew, Sawatong, Maihom 6
December 4
13:00
Japan  104–54  South Korea
Scoring by quarter: 29–14, 20–11, 28–12, 27–17
Pts: Nagaoka 20
Rebs: Nagaoka 11
Asts: Hill 7
Pts: Noh H.J. 9
Rebs: Park D.J., Jeon B.M. 5
Asts: Kang K.L. 3

Classification 5th–12th[edit]

11th place[edit]

December 5
10:00
Singapore  57–46  Sri Lanka
Scoring by quarter: 17–10, 15–15, 14–8, 11–13
Pts: Tok H.M. 18
Rebs: Han 7
Asts: Ong, C. Ng 3
Pts: Rajapakse 16
Rebs: Rajapakse 5
Asts: De Soysa 2

9th place[edit]

December 5
12:00
Hong Kong  65–64  Kazakhstan
Scoring by quarter: 22–15, 8–18, 19–20, 16–11
Pts: Wong K.Y. 19
Rebs: Chau H.T., Chan W.P. 8
Asts: Chau H.T. 4
Pts: Kanaikina 14
Rebs: Bogomazova 4
Asts: Omelchenko 4

7th place[edit]

December 6
10:00
Philippines  65–54  Malaysia
Scoring by quarter: 15–10, 14–14, 15–11, 21–19
Pts: Rivera 14
Rebs: Rivera 5
Asts: Tanaman 5
Pts: Ng S.Y. 15
Rebs: Yap F.Y. 11
Asts: Chong Y.Y. 4

5th place[edit]

December 6
12:00
India  64–79  Thailand
Scoring by quarter: 10–10, 22–22, 14–26, 18–21
Pts: Rajguru 16
Rebs: Navaneetha 15
Asts: Rajguru 5
Pts: Maihom 22
Rebs: Maihom, Arjsri 11
Asts: Maihom 9

Final round[edit]

Semifinals Final
December 5
  Japan  79  
  Chinese Taipei  49  
 
December 6
      Japan  86
    China  99
3rd place
December 5 December 6
  China  110   Chinese Taipei  66
  South Korea  42     South Korea  63

Semifinals[edit]

December 5
14:00
Japan  79–49  Chinese Taipei
Scoring by quarter: 19–16, 18–12, 19–10, 23–11
Pts: Chikahira 14
Rebs: Fujioka, Nagaoka 9
Asts: Fujioka 12
Pts: Huang H.T. 10
Rebs: Huang H.T., Chang C.F., Yang J. 8
Asts: Lin Y.T. 3
December 5
16:00
China  110–42  South Korea
Scoring by quarter: 26–13, 27–13, 31–7, 26–9
Pts: Yu D. 21
Rebs: Yu D. 11
Asts: Shen Y. 8
Pts: Jeong Y.J. 9
Rebs: Jeong Y.J., Noh H.J. 6
Asts: Kang K.L. 4

3rd place[edit]

December 6
14:00
Chinese Taipei  66–63  South Korea
Scoring by quarter: 15–11, 20–28, 11–13, 20–11
Pts: Lin Y.T. 19
Rebs: Huang H.T. 9
Asts: Chang C.F. 5
Pts: Park D.J. 19
Rebs: Park D.J., Choi E.S. 8
Asts: Kim E.J. 8

Final[edit]

December 6
16:00
Japan  86–99  China
Scoring by quarter: 22–22, 23–23, 25–26, 16–28
Pts: Hill 28
Rebs: Nagaoka, Miyazawa 7
Asts: Fujioka 8
Pts: Li M. 26
Rebs: Yu D. 4
Asts: Shen Y. 9

Final standing[edit]

Qualified for the 2010 FIBA Under-17 World Championship for Women
Rank Team Record
1  China 7–0
2  Japan 6–1
3  Chinese Taipei 6–1
4  South Korea 5–2
5  Thailand 4–2
6  India 3–3
7  Philippines 3–3
8  Malaysia 2–4
9  Hong Kong 2–4
10  Kazakhstan 1–5
11  Singapore 1–5
12  Sri Lanka 0–6

Awards[edit]

 2009 Asian Under-16 Champions 

China
First title

References[edit]

External links[edit]