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Results and Stats from Day 2 in Guam - Jul 11, 2017

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Group A
Guam - New Zealand 78-90
New Zealand survived a tough challenge from hosting Guam to earn the second straight win in Group A. Six players scored in double digits for the Junior Tall Blacks. Isaac Faamausili (185-G-00) stepped up with 15 points and 8 boards for the winners. Guam enjoyed a 19:16 lead after the opening frame. The hosts ensured a narrow 43:42 halftime advantage. New Zealand however stepped on the gas in the second term. They dropped 48 points in the second half to seal the win. Tom Higgins (196-F-00) delivered 14 points and 12 rebounds for the visitors. Gabriel Simon (182-PG-00) responded with 22 points for Guam.

Tahiti - Marshall Islands 97-36
Tahiti recorded the first victory in Guam. They rallied past Marshall Islands for 1-1 record in Group A. Manarai Thunot (184-SF-01) provided 16 points to lead the winners. Tahiti established a 43:13 halftime lead. Tahiti sank 54 points in the second half to ice the victory. Thomas Thebaud produced 14 points in the win. Daniel Dribo (170-SG-00) responded with 8 points for Marshall Islands.

Group B
Samoa - New Caledonia 82-64
Samoa posted the second consecutive victory at the championship. They beat New Caledonia to stay perfect. Dru-Leo Ape (185-G-01) stepped up with 22 points, 8 rebounds, 6 steals and 4 assists for the winners. Samoa eked out a 35:34 halftime lead. Samoa added 47 points after the big break and raced to the victory. Tumau Tautau (195-F/G-00) accounted for 19 points and 10 rebounds in the win. Gabriel Rambans (178-G-01) responded with 19 points for New Caledonia.

Palau - Australia 32-168
Australia overwhelmed Palau to stay perfect in Guam. Kody Stattmann (194-F/G-00) came up with 35 points, 6 rebounds and 5 assists for the winners. The Crocs piled up a massive 91:18 halftime advantage. Australia followed with a 77 points in the second half to seal the win. Samson Froling (207-F/C-00) and Callum Dalton (204-C-00) accounted for 25 points each in the victory. Reece Reklai and Garnett Sungino (01) tossed in 13 points each for Palau.


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FINAL Australia - New Zealand 93-55 Australia are U17 Oceania champions. The Crocs rallied past New Zealand in the Final tonight. Kody Stattmann (194-F/G-00) recorded 23 points to lead the champions. Australia grabbed a 48:26 halftime advantage. They followed with a 25:13 run in the third term to clear off for good. Samson Froling (207-F/C-00) accounted for 22 points and 13 rebounds in the victory. Oscar Oswald (199-F-00) responded with 20 points and 6 rebounds for New Zealand. 3-4 Place...   [read more]

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Australia and New Zealand enter Final in Guam - 11 months ago
SEMIFINALS Australia - Guam 155-39 Australia outgunned Guam to enter the championship game. Kyle Bowen (200-F-00) tallied 36 points to lead the Crocs. Australia unloaded 88 points in the first half to clear off for good. Australia maintained the lead throughout the second half and rallied to a comfortable win. Kody Stattmann (194-F/G-00) had 26 points in the victory. Gabriel Simon (182-PG-00) responded with 9 points for Guam. New Zealand - Samoa 96-58 New Zealand outgunned Samoa to reac...   [read more]

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FIBA Oceania U17 Final Standings
 1. Australia
 2. N.Zealand
 3. Guam
 4. Samoa
 5. Tahiti
 5. New Caledon.
 7. Marshall Is.
 7. Palau

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