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New Caledonia taste victory in Saipan - Jun 23, 2009


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New Caledonia - Guam 80:68
New Caledonia were close to winning the opening game at the Oceania tournament but failed. They did not allow themselves the pleasure of wasting any more chances handling Guam in the second game of the tournament. New Caledonia improved at 1-1 record with the win, while Guam slipped at 1-2.
New Caledonia came up with a sizzling performance in the first half. They shot the ball well from all the distances and dominated the boards to complete the picture. New Caledonia fired 26 points to pile up a 13-point lead after ten minutes. The margin grew at 25-point mark at halftime. But Guam turned the tables in the third stanza. They tightened defense and forced their opponents to 13 turnovers. It helped Guam to won the period 26:11 and to revive the intrigue. New Caledonia seemed to get the message as they braced up and kept Guam at safe distance throughout the fourth quarter.
Raymond Weber (195-F-89) and Benoit Weber (195-F) notched 13 points apiece to lead New Caledonia. Laurent Berniere (-G) added 12 points for the winners. William Stinnett (186-G-86) responded with 20 points and 10 rebounds for Guam. Vince Estelle banked 13 points in defeat.

New Caledonia: Raymond Weber 13, Benoit Weber 13, Laurent Berniere 12
Guam: William Stinnett 20+10 boards, Vince Estelle 13
  



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