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FINAL

Odyssey (boys) and HHCA (girls) lifted the title of 2nd Abhiyan Inter School Basketball Championship in Kathmandu, Nepal.

Defending Champions Odyssey defeated Golden Peak School 43 – 31 to lift boys title while HHCA defeated Valley Public 33 – 31 to lift the girls title.

MVP

Rakesh Shrestha of Odyssey (Boys) and Bina Tamang of HHCA (Girls) were judged MVP of the tournament.

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India are crowned the Champions of South Asia. India will represent SABA in the FIBA ASIA CUP tentatively scheduled for mid-July in Wuhan (China).

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Details news: visit http://globalbasketball.com/news/south-asia-basketball-india-crowned-champions/

Gurukul College win both boys and girls title of KCM BB BASH 2014.

Gurukul Team with their title

Gurukul Team with their title

Boys Final Score

Boys Final Score

Girls Final Score

Girls Final Score

Robin Khatri (MVP, Boys)

Robin Khatri (MVP, Boys) / Gurukul

Gyanu Gauchan (MVP, Girls)

Gyanu Gauchan (MVP, Girls) / Gurukul

Binod Maharjan (Best Coach) / Gurukul

Binod Maharjan (Best Coach) / Gurukul

In the quarterfinals, Prime College defeated K&K College 71 – 48,  Goldengate College beat NEC College 56 – 33, Gurukul College defeated Times College 62 – 41 while CCRC College cruise past New Leera College 55 – 50 to enter the boys semi final of the KCM BB Bash 2014.

GGIC vs NEC1

Gurukul vs TIMES1

New Leera vs CCRC1

Prime vs KK1

Gurukul, Ace, Times, Softwarica, Prime, Nami, KEC, K&K, CCRC, HCM, Xavier, New Leera, GGIC, Gyanodaya, NEC and KUSOM enter boy’s Pre-Quarterfinals of the KCM BB BASH 2014.

Below is the final league standings of the boys category.

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Below is the fixtures of the knock-out stages of the KCM BB BASH 2014.

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Team Bangladesh (Champions of 1st SABA 3x3 Championship)

Team Bangladesh (Champions of 1st SABA 3×3 Championship)

Hosts Bangladesh are crowned the champions of the inaugural edition of South Asian Basketball Association (SABA) 3×3 Men’s Basketball Championship after it defeated Maldives 21 – 7 in their last match of the championship which was held at Dhaka, Bangladesh.

Hosts defeated all the participating countries to lift the championship. They beat Bhutan 22 – 09, Sri Lanka 20 – 09, Nepal 20 – 18 and Maldives 21 – 09 en-route to lifting the first edition of the SABA 3×3 Men’s Basketball Championship.

Meanwhile, Sri Lanka won silver and Nepal secured third position in the championship.

After India, Pakistan and Afghanistan pulled out of the championship, five countries of South Asia, Hosts Bangladesh, Nepal, Maldives, Bhutan and Sri Lanka battled it out for 3×3 supremacy in the South Asia.

Below is the ranking after the championship

  1. Bangladesh (4 Win)
  2. Sri Lanka (3 Win 1 Loss)
  3. Nepal (2 Win 2 Loss)
  4. Maldives (1 Win 3 Loss)
  5. Bhutan (5 Loss)

Below is the complete results of the championship.

  • Game #1 Bangladesh 22 – 09 Bhutan
  • Game #2 Nepal 15 – 17 Sri Lanka
  • Game #3 Maldives 14 – 12 Bhutan
  • Game #4 Bangladesh 20 – 09 Sri Lanka
  • Game #5 Nepal 18 – 10 Maldives
  • Game #6 Sri Lanka 21 – 04 Bhutan
  • Game #7 Bangladesh 20 – 18 Nepal
  • Game #8 Sri Lanka 21 – Maldives 7
  • Game #9 Nepal 22 – Bhutan 06
  • Game #10 Bangladesh 21 – Maldives 09

South Asian Basketball Association (SABA); a FIBA ASIA affiliate, is the organizer of the first ever 3×3 SABA sub-zonal competition.

Winners

Winners

Hosts Saipal Academy A and Trinity International College claimed the Study Plus-Ohoya Academy Solution Cup first Saipal 3×3 Basketball Championships here on Monday. Saipal defeated their B team 19-15 in the girls section final. Morgan International College finished third. Trinity, meanwhile, thumped VS Niketan B 17-8 to lift the boys section trophy.

MVP's

MVP’s

Total of 24 teams in boys and 18 teams in girls category took part in the second edition of the championship. Organizers and officials from Nepal Basketball Association gave away prizes to the winners. The second edition of the championship is organized in Kathmandu, Nepal.