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GUAHAN ADVANCES TO MASTERS GOLD MATCH

Guahan still unbeaten; advances to gold medal game.

(Auckland, New Zealand)  Team Guahan holds off the Melbourne Joycies for another win in the C Division Women 30+ at the World Masters Games 2017 (WMG2017) in Auckland, New Zealand. At 3:00pm, at the Bruce Pullman Park in Takannini. Guahan notched a close win over the Joycies, 42-39 to advance to the Gold Medal game. Guahan improves to 4-0, and will face Kete ki te Kete (1-3) at 10:30 am, Friday, April 28, 2017.
In the C Division Women’s 40+ match at 10:30am between Team Guam and the Morehu Bullets, it was the Bullets getting fired up to beat Team Guam, 81-23. Team Guam is now 0-4 and will face the Morehu Magic (2-2) at 3 pm.
Gepan (0-4) will play a Round Robin match in the C Division Men’s 40+ against XXX ORPN Stars (1-2) at 3 pm, Saturday, April 29, 2017.
The GMBA Boleros pulled away in their C Division Men’s 50+ match against the Napier Sun Hawks, taking the convincing 53-37 win and improve to 4-1. The Boleros will face the Nova Scotia Seawolves in a Semi-Final match at 12:00pm, Friday, April 28, 2017.
The Super Lolos from Guam in the C Division Men’s 60+ dropped their last game of the WMG2017. The Shannon Dodgers beat the Super Lolos, 67-35. Palakse lost their final game by default to the Samurai Senior Ballers, 20-0, with members of the team coming over to play in the Super Lolos game against the Shannon Dodgers.
The schedule for Friday, April 28, 2017, is as follows:
CW30+: 10:30 am,  Guahan (4-0) vs. Kete ki te Kete (1-3)
CW40+: 3 pm, Team Guam (0-4) vs. Morehu Magic (2-2)
CM40+: BYE, Gepan
CM50+: 12 pm, GMBA Boleros (4-1) vs. Nova Scotia (4-1)

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