2010 SEABA Championship for Women

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2010 SEABA Championship
for Women
7th Southeast Asian Women's Basketball Championship
Official Logo
Tournament details
Host nation Philippines
Dates October 24-29
Teams (from 5 federations)
Venues (in 1 host city)
Champions  Philippines (1st title)
Tournament leaders
Players Teams
Points Indonesia Wati (17.0)  Thailand (84.0)
Rebounds Philippines Tolentino (8.5)  Philippines (45.0)
Assists Thailand Saechua (6.0)  Philippines (20.0)
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The 2010 SEABA Championship for Women is the qualifying tournament for Southeast Asia Basketball Association at the 2011 FIBA Asia Championship for Women. The tournament was held in Manila, Philippines from October 24 to October 29.[1]

The Philippines swept all of their assignments en route to their maiden championship title and avenged their loss to the defending champions Thailand at the 2007 SEABA Championship for Women.

Elimination Round[edit]

Round Robin[edit]

Qualified for the Gold Medal Match
Qualified for the Bronze Medal Match
Team Pld W L PF PA PD
 Philippines 4 4 0 242 119 152
 Thailand 4 3 1 279 161 20
 Malaysia 4 2 2 272 254 18
 Indonesia 4 1 3 226 345 -119
 Singapore 4 0 4 199 339 -140
October 24
13:00
Indonesia  60–84  Malaysia
Scoring by quarter: 10–21, 19–17, 23–24, 8–22
Pts: Wati 22
Rebs: Wati 7
Asts: Ningrum 4
Pts: Teo W.Y. 19
Rebs: Teo W.Y. 8
Asts: Saw W.Y., Kew S.M. 5
Ninoy Aquino Stadium, Rizal Memorial Sports Complex, Manila
Referees: Francisco Olivar, Dumrongkiat Mungmit, Yee Nee Tan
October 24
15:45
Philippines  101–34  Singapore
Scoring by quarter: 19–7, 25–5, 29–17, 28–5
Pts: Tolentino 19
Rebs: Tolentino 10
Asts: Tolentino 5
Pts: Jy. Tan 16
Rebs: Jy. Tan 6
Asts: Koh W.B. 3
Ninoy Aquino Stadium, Rizal Memorial Sports Complex, Manila
Referees: Sedyo Wibowo, Padungratchadakit Watcharin, Fan Chong Chen
October 25
14:00
Singapore  61–70  Indonesia
Scoring by quarter: 17–12, 17–20, 15–13, 12–25
Pts: Jy. Tan 15
Rebs: Koh W.B. 11
Asts: Koh W.B. 7
Pts: Wati 25
Rebs: Dwi Maya Siswari 14
Asts: Ningrum 10
Ninoy Aquino Stadium, Rizal Memorial Sports Complex, Manila
Referees: Dominique Pomar, Kho Lee Kwak, Padungratchadakit Watcharin
October 25
16:00
Malaysia  64–78  Thailand
Scoring by quarter: 21–17, 8–22, 19–22, 16–17
Pts: Kew S.M. 17
Rebs: Kew S.M. 10
Asts: Saw W.Y., Teo W.Y. 5
Pts: Banmoo 17
Rebs: Jy. Tan 8
Asts: Saechua, Chirdpetcharat 4
Ninoy Aquino Stadium, Rizal Memorial Sports Complex, Manila
Referees: Poh Seng Goh, Sedyo Wibowo, Glenn Cornelio
October 26
14:00
Thailand  118–50  Indonesia
Scoring by quarter: 39–9, 23–11, 26–16, 30–14
Pts: Suksomwong 29
Rebs: Mathuros 8
Asts: Saechua 11
Pts: Marina 12
Rebs: Marina 7
Asts: Debby 4
Ninoy Aquino Stadium, Rizal Memorial Sports Complex, Manila
Referees: Francisco Olivar, Fan Chong Chen, Yee Nee Tan
October 26
16:00
Philippines  59–39  Malaysia
Scoring by quarter: 10–5, 10–13, 20–14, 19–7
Pts: Jacob, Tioseco 15
Rebs: Tioseco 9
Asts: Grajales 5
Pts: Pang H.P. 17
Rebs: Yong S.M. 6
Asts: Kew S.M. 4
Ninoy Aquino Stadium, Rizal Memorial Sports Complex, Manila
Referees: Dumrongkiat Mungmit, Sedyo Wibowo, Padungratchadakit Watcharin
October 27
14:00
Thailand  83–47  Singapore
Scoring by quarter: 32–21, 21–9, 13–7, 17–10
Pts: Panurushthanon 16
Rebs: Mathuros 8
Asts: Saechua 6
Pts: Jy. Tan 14
Rebs: Jy. Tan 9
Asts: Koh W.B. 4
Ninoy Aquino Stadium, Rizal Memorial Sports Complex, Manila
Referees: Fan Chong Chen, Sedyo Wibowo, Dominique Pomar
October 27
16:00
Indonesia  46–82  Philippines
Scoring by quarter: 13–17, 13–16, 6–24, 14-25
Pts: Wati 14
Rebs: Ningrum 6
Asts: Ningrum 7
Pts: Jose 15
Rebs: Tolentino 14
Asts: Grajales 5
Ninoy Aquino Stadium, Rizal Memorial Sports Complex, Manila
Referees: Padungratchadakit Watcharin, Yee Nee Tan, Kho Lee Kwok
October 28
14:00
Singapore  57–85  Malaysia
Scoring by quarter: 32–21, 21–9, 13–7, 17–10
Pts: Jy. Tan 15
Rebs: Jy. Tan 8
Asts: Sunarko 8
Pts: Kew S.M. 20
Rebs: Saw W.Y. 7
Asts: Teo W.Y. 5
Ninoy Aquino Stadium, Rizal Memorial Sports Complex, Manila
Referees: Glenn Cornelio, Francisco Olivar, Dumrongkiat Mungmit
October 28
16:00
Philippines  83–57  Thailand
Scoring by quarter: 16–17, 27–19, 22–13, 18-8
Pts: Arayi 12
Rebs: Tolentino 8
Asts: Mercado 5
Pts: Chirdpetcharat 11
Rebs: Sangkhum 5
Asts: Mathuros 5
Ninoy Aquino Stadium, Rizal Memorial Sports Complex, Manila
Referees: Sedyo Wibowo, Kho Lee Kwok, Yee Nee Tan

Bronze Medal Match[edit]

October 29
14:00
Malaysia  91–61  Indonesia
Scoring by quarter: 15–7, 19–19, 29–17, 28–18
Pts: Pang H.P., Kew S.M. 15
Rebs: Yong S.M. 10
Asts: Saw W.Y. 11
Pts: Wati 16
Rebs: Debby 8
Asts: Ningrum 6
Ninoy Aquino Stadium, Rizal Memorial Sports Complex, Manila
Referees: Francisco Olivar, Yee Nee Tan, Padungratchadakit Watcharin

Gold Medal Match[edit]

October 29
16:00
Thailand  54–76  Philippines
Scoring by quarter: 9–17, 27–20, 9–18, 9–21
Pts: Suksomwong 21
Rebs: Saechua 8
Asts: Chirdpetcharat 6
Pts: Grajales 14
Rebs: Jacob 7
Asts: Grajales 6
Ninoy Aquino Stadium, Rizal Memorial Sports Complex, Manila
Referees: Sedyo Wibowo, Poh Seng Goh, Fan Chong Chen

Final Standings[edit]

Rank Team
Gold medal icon.svg  Philippines
Silver medal icon.svg  Thailand
Bronze medal icon.svg  Malaysia
4  Indonesia
5  Singapore

Awards[edit]

 2010 SEABA Champions 

Philippines
First title

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Manila to host 7th SEABA Women's Championship". FIBA Asia. 23 August 2010. Retrieved 27 May 2014.