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Australia bruise Guam - Jun 23, 2009

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Emma Lobb
Australia - Guam 92:12
Australian team cruised to the second win at the Oceania tournament. They thumped Guam to climb at 2-0 record on top of the standings. Guam in the meantime slipped at 1-3 record.
Australia entered the game as obvious favorites and did not waste too much time to prove it. They outscored Guam 20:5 in the starting frame to earn a healthy lead. The second term turned into a real disaster for Guam. They missed all of their 10 field goals and came up empty in the quarter. Australia on the other hand accounted for 26 points to extend the margin at 41 points. Guam continued to struggle offensively in the third stanza. They managed just 2 points allowing Australia to run away for good.
Emma Lobb (188-F-90) knocked down 22 points to pace Australia. Caitlin Rowe (187-F/C-91) added 20 points and 16 boards, while Rebecca Cole had 14 points in the victory. Ritalynn Anderson and Kathryn Castro provided 6 points each for Guam in defeat.
Australia outrebounded their opponents 70:17 and forced those to 23 turnovers.

Australia: Emma Lobb 22, Caitlin Rowe 20+16 boards, Rebecca Cole 14
Guam: Ritalynn Anderson 6, Kathryn Castro 6

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