For the Peched Reds it was dimintive guard Trinity Misech with 10 points to lead the way in both scoring and general play on the court.  Just 11 years old, Trinity is a member of the National Women's 15 Years Squad and is showing the benefit of learning in that program.  She was very ably supported on the court by Ngirchoidesong Kingzio and Shector Hector.  For the Ididers A team Clyde Etpison top scored with 12 points and Alex Rudimch and Nelson Blailes added 6 each.  The athletic play of Alex Rudimch suggests he could become a future star.

In other games so far in this inaugural 12 Years League the following results have been seen:

Echung South Coas 46 [Peace Sumor 12, Derrick Faustino and Jerry Ngiraremiang 8 each] BEAT Ididers A 29    [Alex Rudimch 14, Genesis Yano 10]

Ngerchemai Central A 37 [Wallace Worswick 16, Shawny Uchelas 6] BEAT Peched Reds 23 [Mallem Moros 8, Shector Hector 4]

Meyuns 43 [Uchellas Tomoichi 17, Troy Iyar 11] BEAT Ididers B 35 [Zachary Kesolei 10, Wilan Kyota-Franz 9]

This weeks game schedule is:

Monday 25th April                   G4       PNG                 Peched Reds           Ididers A         

Tuesday 26th April                  G5       PNG                 Meyuns                     South Coast                

Wednesday 27th April            G6       PNG                 Meda                         NgerchemaiCentral A    

Thursday 28th April                 G7       PNG                 Meyuns                     Peched Reds              

Friday 29th April                      G8       PNG                 Meda                          Ididers A


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