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GUAHAN STILL UNDEFEATED AT WORLD MASTERS GAMES

PRESS RELEASE – Guam Women Get Another Win In Basketball
(Auckland New Zealand) Team Guahan comes away with another win in the C Division for Women 30+ at the World Masters Games 2017 (WMG2017) in Auckland, New Zealand. Guahan met up with the Wreckn Ballerz at 1:30pm taking the 40-24 win at the Bruce Pullman Park in Takannini. Guahan improves to 3-0.
In other Divisions, at Noon on Tuesday, April 25, 2017, the Men’s basketball team in the Open C Division 65+, Palakse, lost their match against the Rusting Ragers on the ANZAC Holiday with the other Guam teams drawing a bye. The Ragers with the 46-36 win over Palakse at the North Shore Event Center. Palakse continued play today, Wednesday, April 26, 2017, at 5:00pm with action against the Myth & Legends Blue. The Blue taking the 52-24 win over Palakse. Palakse is 0-4 in Pool 2.
Over in the C Division Men’s 40+, Phresh beat Gepan (Guam) by a 63-53 score. Gepan is 0-4 in Pool 2. In the morning at 10:30am, in the C Division Men’s 50+, GMBA Boleros beat the All Native Warriors, 71-64. The Boleros are now 2-1 in Pool 1. The Super Lolos (Guam) lost by default in their match at Noon. The Prowlers with the 20-0 win in the C Division Men’s 60+. The Super Lolos are now 0-4 in Pool 2.
The schedule for Thursday, April 27, 2017 is as follows:
Bruce Pullman Park, Takannini
CW30+  Round 4,  3:00pm, Guahan (3-0) vs. Mebourne Joycies (4-0)
CW40+  Round 5, 10:30am, Team Guam (0-3) vs. Morehu Bullets (3-0)
CM40+  BYE     Gepan
CM50+  Qtr Final, 1:30pm, Pool 1 (1st) GMBA Boleros (3-1) vs. Pool 2 (4th) Napier Sun Hawks (2-3)
AUT North Shore Campus, Auckland
CM60+ Round Robin, 3:10pm, Pool 2 (5th) Palakse (0-4) vs. Pool 1 (5th) Samurai Senior Ballers (0-4)
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