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National 3x3 final jumps off - Oct 23, 2016


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Maloney Pacers and Brian Chase Academy will start as favourites to win the National Final of the boys and girls categories respectively at the National Basketball Federation of Trinidad and Tobago (NBFTT) Inaugural 3x3 National Championship that bounces off on Saturday at the Nelson Mandela Park, St. Clair, from 10am.

The Under-17 Boys and Girls would be competing for the title of National Champions and the opportunity to represent Trinidad and Tobago at the Antilles 3X3 International Youth Championships tentatively carded for February, 2017 in St Lucia.

The National Final consists of 10 male teams who were placed into three groups and six female teams positioned into two groups. The competition comprises of three players per team playing on half the court with a maximum time period of 10 minutes per game but ends once a team scores 21 points.

The teams for the final round were selected by being winners or runners- up from the five conferences throughout the country in Shaw Park (Tobago), La Romaine (South), Longdenville (Central) Nelson Mandela Park (North) and Princes Royal Park (East).

Boys Under 17 Groups: Group A: Benedicts A; SOS (Love); Pacers Recruits Group B: SOS (respect); Mason Hall Ballers; Maloney Pacers Group C: SOS (Peace); Benedicts C; Maloney Tentons; Pure Energy Semi-Finals 1: Winner of Group A vs. Second Place of Group C Semi-Finals 2: Winner of Group B vs. Winner of Group C Third & Fourth: Semi-Finals Losers FINALS: Semi-Finals Winners Girls Under 17 Groups: Group A: Splash sisters; Windjammers; Brian Chase Academy Group B: Starseekers; Golden Stars; East Mucurapo Girls Semi- Finals 1: Winner of Group A vs. Second Place of Group B Semi-Finals 2: Winner of Group B vs. Second Place of Group A Third & Fourth: Semi-Finals Losers FINALS: Semi-Finals Winners

Sherdon Pierre -Newsday  



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