Connect with us

Basketball

GUAM MASTERS 30+ WOMEN GARNER SECOND WIN IN WMG2017 AUCKLAND

After a great start on Saturday, April 22, 2017, the Master women from Guam in the 30+ Women’s “C” Grade Division didn’t put on any brakes and a took the 40 to 11 victory over Lady Hoops 2.

PRESS RELEASE – (Auckland, New Zealand)  After a great start on Saturday, April 22, 2017, the Master women from Guam in the 30+ Women’s “C” Grade Division didn’t put on any brakes and a took the 40 to 11 victory over Lady Hoops 2. In the previous day, on Saturday, April 28, 2017, the Guam Masters 30+ women started of the Games with a 50 to 15 win over Franklin Basketball(New Zealand). The 30+ Masters Women are now 2-0.
The 40+ Masters Women didn’t fair too well dropping their second game in a row today. The Perth MoB (Masters of Basketball) defeated Team Guam, 69-18. On Saturday, April 22, 2017, the 40+ Masters women lost their opener, 50 to 15. The 40+ women are now 0-2.
In the The 50+ Masters Men’s division, the Guam team GMBA Boleros suffer a loss, the Bunnies beating them, 39-35. They are now 1-1. The 40+ Guam Men miss an opportunity, Hybrid takes the win over Gepan, 53-48. Difficult day for the 60+ Men, Wellington, NZ 4JT50Plus beat the Super Lolos, 56-23.
Matches continue on Monday, April 24, 2017, at the Bruce Pullman Park in Papakura Auckland.

Ad

Athletes Birthdays by W5

GPS Sports Calendar

September

October 2021

November
SU
MO
TU
WE
TH
FR
SA
26
27
28
29
30
1
2
Events for October

1st

No Events
Events for October

2nd

No Events
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Events for October

3rd

No Events
Events for October

4th

No Events
Events for October

5th

Events for October

6th

Events for October

7th

Events for October

8th

Events for October

9th

10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Events for October

10th

No Events
Events for October

11th

No Events
Events for October

12th

Events for October

14th

Events for October

15th

Events for October

16th

17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
1
2
3
4
5
6
Events for October

31st

No Events

National Guard Athletes

Rose Munoz

An educator, triathlete, mother and Guardsman all in one! The ever active Rose Munoz almost never stops moving, but she’s found a way to balance her busy life while serving from home!

 

Polls

Will you be attending the GSPN I Mas Metgot Competition LIVE or watching it on stream?

View Results

COMING SOON …

Guam’s Strongest Man & Woman Competition OCTOBER 30

QUICK HITS

14-year-old Franny De Leon Quitugua made her muay thai amateur debut in Burbank, CA where she won the Cali Kids 2 110-lb. division.
Franny has be training muay thai for four years, starting out fighting in a youth development league and winning an International Federation of MuayThai Association gold medal along the way.
She is the daughter of Jaime Quitugua and the granddaughter of Frank and Norma Quitugua of Agat.
———————————————-

 

 

 

More in Basketball