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SPMG: Marshall Islands fall to PNG - Jul 26, 2005


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Despite Wayne Anjain's come back, the Marshall Islands couldn't stop Papua New Guinea and lost their second game 72-96.

 

Marshall Islands - Papua New Guinea: 72-96
The RMI resisted during three period (57-68) but a 15-28 fourth quarter crushed their last hope. This was a pretty good game for the marshalleses but that wasn't enough against a good PNG team. Wayne Anjain was back on the court, he scored 15pts 6/11FG in 20 min, but the team's leading scorer was Bolear Bokna with 16pts 7/17FG and 6rbs in 27min.

The marshalleses will play Fiji tomorrow to end the pool phase.

  



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