Geethu Anna Rahul: "I want to be a role model for other youngsters."
John Wooden: “It isn't what you do, but how you do it.”
Vishesh Bhriguvanshi: “I never imagined I’ll be leading the national team.”
Pratham Singh: “My teammates are like my family.”

Results

Women

1.    New Zealand (Micaela Cocks 21 pts, Chevannah Paalvast 15 pts, Jillian Harmon 11 pts) bt India (Anitha Paul Durai 15 pts, Raspreet Sidhu 11 pts, R Rajapriyadharshini 8 reb) 75–52 [24 - 15, 18 – 11, 13 – 9, 20 – 17]

2.    Japan (Hayashi Saki 17pts, Mirai Tamura 15 pts, Midori Murayama 10 reb) bt India (Raspreet Sidhu 9 pts, Shireen Limaye 8 pts) 93-42 [36-13, 20-7, 12-8, 25-14]

3.    South Korea (Kim Hyeon 16 pts; Kim Min Jung 13 pts; Kim Bo Mi 13 pts) bt India (Jeena Skaria 9 pts, 13 rebs; Anitha Paul Durai 7 pts; Navaneetha Pattemane Udayaumar 7 pts) 56-51 [17-13, 11–10, 19–14, 9–14]

4.    Republic of China Blue (Wu Ying Jie 28 pts; Zheng Yi Xiu 18 pts; Huang Xiang Ting 13 pts) bt India (Jeena Skaria 15 pts, 8rebs; Shireen Limaye 14 pts; Anmolpreet Kaur 10 pts) 113–59 [31-9, 23-13, 25-22, 34-15]

5.    Republic of China White (Hsiao-Tung Peng 14 pts; Lin-Chuan Huang 12 pts; Wang Wei Lin ‘#11’ 11 pts) bt India (Kavita Akula 13 pts, 8 rebs; Anjana P G 10 rebs; Anitha Paul Durai 7 pts) 79-41 [24-13, 22-11, 20-3, 13-14] 

 

Men

1.    Iraq (Demaro Aquan Mayfield 19 pts, Ali Hamad 17 pts, Omar Alazawi 15 pts) bt India (Amjyot Singh Gill 22 pts, Ambati Prudhvishwar Reddy 11 pts, Gurvinder Singh Gill 10 pts) 86–68 [11-19, 28-13, 32-24, 15-12]

2.    South Korea (Ung Heo 22 pts, Daesung Lee 16 pts, Lee Junghyun 12 pts) bt India (Anil Kumar BK Gowda 13 pts, Muin Bek Hafeez 12 pts 4 ast, Amjyot Singh Gill 10 pts, Prasanna Venkatesh Sivakumar 10 pts) 92–67 [19-15, 31-13, 29-20, 13-19]

3.    Republic of China Blue (Zheng-Ru Lu 17 pts, Huan-Ya Yu 13 pts, Po-Chen Chou 12 pts) bt India (Anil Kumar Gowda 27 pts, Amjyot Singh Gill 13 pts, Muin Bek Hafeez 12 pts) 101-80 [25-15, 14-19, 35-20, 27-26]

4.    Iran (Navid Khajehzadeh 21 pts; Navid Rezaeifar 19 pts; Sajjad Pazrofteh 16 pts) bt India (Prasanna Venkatesh Sivakumar 12 pts, 6 rebs; Amjyot Singh Gill 8 pts, 6 ast) 88-44 [14-8, 23-12, 22-14, 29-10]

5.    Lithuania (Žygimantas Jocys 21 pts; Domantas Šeškus 20 ptsVaidotas Volkus 14 pts) bt India (Amjyot Singh Gill 28 pts, 6 rebs; Rikin Pethani 9 pts; Muin Bek Hafeez 8 pts, 10 rebs) 102-79 [17-26, 32-17, 24-14, 29-22]

6.    Republic of China White (Kyle Baron 18 pts; Yi-Jin Su 16 ptsYing-Chun Chen 15 pts) bt India (Amjyot Singh Gill 22 pts; Muin Bek Hafeez 13 pts; Anil Kumar Gowda 12 pts) 117-87 [30-15, 36-31, 24-21, 27-20]

7.    Canada (Diego Kapelan 21 pts; Shaquille Keith 18 ptsMichale Kyser 16 pts) bt India (Prasanna Venkatesh Sivakumar 15 pts; Amjyot Singh Gill 13 pts; Gurvinder Singh Gill 11 pts) 121-72 [33-19, 30-19, 23-21, 35-13]

  

About the 39th William Jones Cup International Basketball Tournament

The William Jones Cup is a basketball tournament that has been held annually in Taipei since 1977. The tournamentwas named in honor of Renato William Jones, who was one of the founders of the International Basketball Federation (FIBA). One team represents each country, and that team could be the national team, a professional club, or a college team. The tournament will be played in a single round-robin format, and the final points tally will determine the placing of the teams. This is the 39th edition of the tournament, and all the games in the women’s tournament are being played at the Changhua Gymnasium, Changhua County, Taiwan. Last year, the South Korean team took the gold in the women’s tournament, while Japan and Chinese Taipei A finished second and third respectively.

Official Tournament website: www.jonescup.choxue.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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