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Gilas Women in solo third after Stop 1 of FIBA 3×3 Nations League-Asia


Gilas Pilipinas Women 3×3 placed third in the opening stop of the 2024 FIBA 3×3 U23 Nations League on Monday in Handan Shi, China.

The quartet of Camille Clarin, Angel Surada, Ann Pingol, and Elaine Etang went 1-1 for the day, defeating Mongolia 17-9, while falling to Japan, 17-20.

The result gave the Philippines 34 points in the six-legged tournament that will determine the continent’s representative in the 2024 FIBA 3×3 Under-23 World Cup, which takes place in September.

Clarin was the bright star for Gilas, finishing the day with 13 points — including nine against Mongolia.

Surada provided support in both games with nine total points, while Pingol and debuting Etang also contributed.

China (60 points) ended up as the champion for the leg, beating Japan (47 points) in the final, 20-11.

Kazakhstan (30 points) and Mongolia (20 points) sit in fourth and fifth, respectively, while Turkmenistan is last with 14 points.

Stop 2, which takes place on Tuesday, will see Gilas Women slotted with the two finalists, China and Japan.

Meanwhile, Noy Remogat and Gilas Men also split their assignments, bowing to Mongolia 21-12, before bouncing back against Japan 21-12.

The men’s team is tied for third with Japan, with 33 points.

Mongolia topped the stop after beating China 20-19 in the final.

Surprisingly, it was Jun Roque who shone brightly for the Filipinos with a total of 14 points for the day — including nine against Japan.

Remogat followed suit with 13 points, nine coming from their game against Japan.

#ReadMore  Remogat leads Gilas Men to first-ever stop title in FIBA 3x3 Nations League

Completing the team were Patrick Sleat and JM Tulabut.

The Scores:

Women’s 1
Philippines 17 – Clarin 8, Surada 4, Etang 3, Pingol 2.
Mongolia 9 – Bat-Erdene 8, Erdenebayan 1, Tsendjav 0, Bazargurev 0.

Women’s 2
Japan 20 – Takahashi 7, Yamaguchi 5, Santa 5, Furuki 3.
Philippines 17 – Clarin 5, Surada 4, Etang 4, Pingol 4.

Men’s 1
Mongolia 21 Chingis 9, Gankhuyag 6, Altangerel 5, Sandagdorj 1.
Philippines 12 – Roque 5, Remogat 4, Sleat 2, Tulabut 1.

Men’s 2
Philippines 21 Roque 9, Remogat 9, Sleat 3, Tulabut 0.
Japan 12 – Asano 5, Sato 3, Shimokawa 3, Tanaka 1.

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