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Gilas Women near second after strong showing in FIBA 3×3 NL-Asia 2 Stop 3


Gilas Pilipinas Women put up a gallant stand in their first final appearance in the 2024 FIBA 3×3 Under-23 Nations League-Asia 2 Conference on Wednesday evening, falling short against China, 21-15 (8:08), in Handan Shi, China.

The Philippines, coached by Anton Altamirano, has now garnered 200 points after Stop 3, just 10 points behind Japan but still a full 100 behind host China.

In the final, the Philippines was up 6-5 before China caught fire.

Back-to-back deuces from Hu Duoling and Wang Xinyang sparked a 7-2 surge for the hosts.

The trio of Camille Clarin, Ann Pingol, and Tin Cayabyab tried to spark a fightback, cutting the lead down to 15-14 with 3:37 left.

However, China powered its way inside to regain control before Wang Xinyu dropped the killshot with 1:52 remaining.

Clarin led the way for Gilas, scoring six of her 18 Day 3 points in the final.

Pingol and Cayabyab netted four and three, respectively.

Hu led the balanced China attack with six points.

Gilas Women dominated the group stages, continuing their mastery over Mongolia with a 17-12 win before scoring a 21-5 beatdown of Turkmenistan.

Cayabyab scored nine against Mongolia while Pingol got eight against Turkmenistan.

On the other hand, Gilas Men went 1-1 in Stop 3, falling to powerhouse Mongolia, 21-9, before bouncing back against Turkmenistan with a 22-18 victory.

Patrick Sleat was the sole bright spot for the Philippines against Mongolia, scoring all nine points for the team.

Noy Remogat bounced back against Turkmenistan, scoring 10 — including the dagger.

Jynno Ladimo replaced Zedjay Etulle in the lineup

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The Philippines remains in third place in the conference with 190 points, with Mongolia (300) and Japan (190) leading the pack.

Gilas is slotted with Mongolia and Japan in Stop 4 on Friday.

The Scores:

Women 1
Philippines 17 Cayabyab 9, Clarin 6, Surada 2, Pingol 0.
Mongolia 12 – Bazargurev 6, Bat-Erdene 4, Batmunkh 2, Nasanjargal 0.

Women 2
Philippines 21 – Pingol 8, Clarin 6, Cayabyab 4, Surada 3.
Turkmenistan 5 – Myradova 5, Saidova 0, Tirkeshova 0, Altybayeva0.

Women Final
China 21 – Hu 6, Wang X.Ya. 5, Wang X.Yu. 5, Sun 5.
Philippines 15 – Clarin 6, Pingol 4, Cayabyab 3, Surada 2.

Men 1
Mongolia 21 –  Lhagvaa 9, Altangerel 5, Chingis 5, Sandagdorj 2.
Philippines 9 – Sleat 9, Remogat 0, Roque 0, Ladimo 0.

Men 2
Philippines 22 – Remogat 10, Roque 6, Sleat 4, Ladimo 2.
Turkmenistan 18 – Nazipov 9, Hydyrov 6, Narmyradov 2, Hojaberdiýew 1.

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