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 2. Waikato W. 1-1 
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Chevannah
Paalvast
Kiwis perform well in Australian State Leagues - 10 days ago

Tall Fern Chevannah Paalvast(180-G/F-91, college: Monmouth) is based in Queensland playing for Townsville Flames in the Queensland Basketball League. The Flames split a double-header road trip beating Gladstone Power 88-78 on Friday but then got blown away by Rockhampton Cyclones, 106-91, on Saturday. The Flames are fourth on the ladder with a 10-4 record. Ironically Paalvast was relatively quiet in the win on Friday (4pts, 6 rebounds, 3 assists) but close to her best against the Cyclo...   [read more]

Jillian
Harmon
Tall Ferns bow out of Olympic Qualifying Tournament - 1 month ago

The Tall Ferns lost their decisive Olympic Qualifying tie against Cuba in agonising and slightly controversial fashion overnight in Nantes going down 64-62. The Ferns exit the tournament having also lost their other pool game 70-52 to France the night before. The scores were tied 62 apiece when a rebounding foul was called on Micaela Cocks sending Cuban captain Cepeda to the foul line to make the winning free throws with just 1.2 seconds left on the clock. New Zealand coach Kennedy Ke...   [read more]

Alba Torrens
Spain cruise past New Zealand in Oviedo - 1 month ago

Spain - New Zealand 80:60 Spain avenged the loss to New Zealand a day earlier and raced the Tall Ferns in Oviedo. Alba Torrens (188-F-89) posted 24 points to lead the hosts. Spain eked out a 20:17 lead after the opening frame. The gap grew deeper in the second term. Spain ensured a 45:29 halftime advantage. Spain maintained the lead throughout the third term. They arrived at the final intermission up by 17 points. They held the Tall Ferns to just 11 points in the fourth frame to seal th...   [read more]


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