The Aon New Zealand Under 17s have secured their first win at the FIBA World Cup in Argentina on Sunday morning, beating China 62-57.
Otago Gold Rush claimed the 2018 Women’s Basketball Championship (WBC) title at the Edgar Centre, Dunedin on Saturday with a closely fought 62-52 victory against Waikato Wizards.
The Aon New Zealand Under 17s put up a tremendous fight against one of the world’s top teams, Serbia, but they couldn’t overcome a fourth quarter run, falling 78-51.
Day three action gets underway at 9am this morning, with the livestream available from the opening games.
The finalists for both the Women’s Basketball Championship (WBC) Tier One and Tier Two competitions were found at the Edgar Centre, Dunedin on Friday.
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The Aon New Zealand Under 17s weren’t able to take down France on Thursday morning, falling 48-88 in Argentina.
Day two action gets underway at 9.00am at the Edgar Centre, with the livestream available from 10.45am. See below for more information.
Day three action gets underway at 10.45am at the Edgar Centre this morning. See below for livestats.