1970 ABC Championship for Women

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1970 FIBA Asia Championship
for Women
3rd Asian Women's Basketball Championship
Tournament details
Host nation Malaysia
Dates October 30 – November 11
Teams 10 (from all Asian federations)
Venues (in 1 host city)
Champions  Japan (1st title)
MVP Japan Takeko Arakaki

The 1970 Asian Basketball Confederation Championship for Women were held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Results[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 Japan 9 9 0 945 296 +649 18
 South Korea 9 8 1 935 296 +639 17
 Taiwan 9 7 2 823 445 +378 16
 Malaysia 9 6 3 494 598 −104 15
 Indonesia 9 5 4 586 698 −112 14
 Thailand 9 4 5 506 577 −71 13
 Singapore 9 3 6 387 666 −279 12
 Hong Kong 9 2 7 410 676 −266 11
 South Vietnam 9 1 8 314 644 −330 10
 India 9 0 9 402 906 −504 9
October 30
20:00
Malaysia  65–44  South Vietnam
Scoring by half: 30–21, 35–23
October 30
21:30
Thailand  28–113  South Korea
Scoring by half: 16–64, 12–49
October 31
18:00
Hong Kong  64–44  India
Scoring by half: 34–15, 30–29
October 31
20:00
Indonesia  54–91  Taiwan
Scoring by half: 28–42, 26–49
October 31
21:30
Singapore  20–109  Japan
Scoring by half: 6–61, 14–48
November 1
14:00
South Vietnam  8–98  South Korea
Scoring by half: 4–45, 4–53
November 1
15:30
Thailand  71–24  Singapore
Scoring by half: 29–14, 42–10
November 1
18:00
India  53–85  Malaysia
Scoring by half: 30–38, 23–47
November 1
19:30
Indonesia  33–137  Japan
Scoring by half: 17–70, 16–67
November 1
21:00
Hong Kong  41–108  Taiwan
Scoring by half: 16–47, 25–61
November 3
14:00
Indonesia  75–47  Singapore
Scoring by half: 40–18, 35–29
November 3
15:30
Hong Kong  37–106  Japan
Scoring by half: 14–52, 23–54
November 3
18:00
South Vietnam  28–64  Thailand
Scoring by half: 12–30, 16–34
November 3
19:30
India  25–152  South Korea
Scoring by half: 17–69, 8–83
November 3
21:00
Malaysia  42–98  Taiwan
Scoring by half: 21–50, 21–48
November 4
14:00
South Korea  130–38  Indonesia
Scoring by half: 65–26, 65–12
November 4
15:30
Malaysia  68–43  Hong Kong
Scoring by half: 26–21, 42–22
November 4
18:00
Taiwan  98–26  South Vietnam
Scoring by half: 49–12, 49–14
November 4
19:30
Singapore  71–47  India
Scoring by half: 32–14, 39–33
November 4
21:00
Japan  96–24  Thailand
Scoring by half: 47–13, 49–11
November 5
14:00
Singapore  39–96  Taiwan
Scoring by half: 16–44, 23–52
November 5
15:30
Japan  152–28  India
Scoring by half: 79–22, 73–6
November 5
18:00
Thailand  57–44  Hong Kong
Scoring by half: 30–22, 27–22
November 5
19:30
Indonesia  71–47  South Vietnam
Scoring by half: 41–18, 30–29
November 5
21:00
South Korea  96–27  Malaysia
Scoring by half: 48–13, 48–14
November 7
14:00
South Vietnam  45–53  Hong Kong
Scoring by half: 28–29, 17–24
November 7
15:30
Indonesia  104–60  India
Scoring by half: 42–28, 62–32
November 7
18:00
South Korea  118–26  Singapore
Scoring by half: 58–12, 60–14
November 7
19:30
Malaysia  64–56  Thailand
Scoring by half: 29–30, 35–26
November 7
21:00
Taiwan  59–91  Japan
Scoring by half: 20–47, 39–44
November 8
14:00
Singapore  44–57  Malaysia
Scoring by half: 22–28, 22–29
November 8
15:30
Hong Kong  24–101  South Korea
Scoring by half: 11–45, 13–56
November 8
18:00
Japan  88–18  South Vietnam
Scoring by half: 40–12, 48–6
November 8
19:30
Thailand  71–72 (OT)  Indonesia
Scoring by half: 30–30, 35–35 Overtime: 6–7
November 8
21:00
India  31–134  Taiwan
Scoring by half: 19–66, 12–68
November 9
14:00
India  59–86  Thailand
Scoring by half: 24–50, 35–36
November 9
15:30
South Vietnam  40–52  Singapore
Scoring by half: 17–19, 23–33
November 9
18:00
Indonesia  83–51  Hong Kong
Scoring by half: 47–25, 36–26
November 9
19:30
Malaysia  22–108  Japan
Scoring by half: 14–64, 8–44
November 9
21:00
Taiwan  62–72  South Korea
Scoring by half: 35–31, 27–41
November 10
13:00
Malaysia  64–56  Indonesia
Scoring by half: 28–26, 36–30
November 10
14:30
India  55–58  South Vietnam
Scoring by half: 28–26, 27–32
November 10
16:00
Singapore  64–53  Hong Kong
Scoring by half: 33–24, 31–29
November 10
19:00
Thailand  49–77  Taiwan
Scoring by half: 24–32, 25–45
November 10
20:30
South Korea  55–58  Japan
Scoring by half: 26–28, 29–30

Final standing[edit]

Qualified for the 1971 FIBA World Championship for Women
Rank Team Record
1st, gold medalist(s)  Japan 9–0
2nd, silver medalist(s)  South Korea 8–1
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  Taiwan 7–2
4  Malaysia 6–3
5  Indonesia 5–4
6  Thailand 4–5
7  Singapore 3–6
8  Hong Kong 2–7
9  South Vietnam 1–8
10  India 0–9

Awards[edit]

 1970 Asian Champions 

Japan
First title

References[edit]