BELAU GAMES DAY 6

Results from yesterday’s games:

 

Men                Sonsorol         76        defeated         Anguar                        61

 

                        (Joey Sumor 24)                                 (Arnel Skibang 23)    

 

Women           Ngaremlengui            50        defeated         Ngchesar                    38

 

                        (Rosang Kelulau)                                (Kiruu Kuartei 19)

 

Men                Peleliu             86        defeated         Ngarchelong              48

 

                        (Sunshine Soalablai 25)                     (Rechebong Chiokai 10)

 

Men                Ngchesar        60        defeated         Ngaremlengui                        59

 

                        (Visa Demei 15)                                  (Anthony Rudimch)

 

Men                Koror              83        defeated         Aimeliik                      53

 

                        (Dembei Watanabe 15)                     (Jaxon Chan 11)

 

Men                Melekeok       73        defeated         Sonsorol                     71

 

                        ( Una Rikrik 23)                                  (John Stills 16)           

 

 

The Melekeok and Sonsorol game was a thriller.  While everyone thought it would be fairly easy for Melekeok, the Sonsorol boys thought otherwise.  Melekeok had a handy lead at the end of the 1st quarter but then Sonsorol made a great game of it, winning the next 2 quarters.  The final quarter was a real battle as first one team had a lead and then the other.  There is no doubt that Sonsorol have improved dramatically through this tournament and play well above their height.   If there was a medal for the best triers, it would go to the men’s and women’s teams from Sonsorol.

 

 

In today’s Women’s semi-finals Peleliu play Ngchesar at 1.00pm and Koror play Ngaremlengui at 5.00pm.

 

In the men’s semi-finals Peleliu play Ngchesar at 3.00pm and Koror play Melekeok at 7.00pm.

 

 

The games are expected to attract a huge crowd and past rivalries will be continued down to the final buzzer. 

 

 

BRING IT ON! 

 




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