Haryana boys team after win against Tamil Nadu.

Haryana boys team after win against Tamil Nadu.

Nashik, 26 November 2014: On the morning of Day 5, the Madhya Pradesh girls impressed with a huge 79-11 win against Andhra Pradesh, while the Uttar Pradesh boys made easy work of Jharkhand 61-27. The Chandigarh boys and the Haryana girls qualified to the pre-quarterfinals to be held later today, with victories against Assam and West Bengal respectively. In the losers knockout semi-finals matches, the Karnataka boys and the Chandigarh girls qualified to the losers final, both picking up victories against the Bihar teams. Later in the day, the Gujarat girls beat Assam and the Kerala boys sneaked past Mizoram to qualify for the losers final.

In the upper pool games for the boys held today afternoon, Haryana set a tournament scoring record putting up 111 points against Tamil Nadu to register the win. Interestingly, the international score sheet used for sub-junior games as released by FIBA accommodates for only 108 points and this mark was broken today by the Haryana boys.  The Maharashtra boys lost their game against Rajasthan today by 10 points, 84-74.

Earlier this morning, the Madhya Pradesh girls impressed with a huge 79-11 win against Andhra Pradesh, while the Uttar Pradesh boys made easy work of Jharkhand 61-27. The Chandigarh boys and the Haryana girls qualified to the pre-quarterfinals to be held later today, with victories against Assam and West Bengal respectively. In the losers knockout, the Karnataka boys and the Chandigarh girls qualified to the losers final, both picking up victories against the Bihar teams.

Maharashtra girls team after their victory against Karnataka

Maharashtra girls team after their victory against Karnataka yesterday evening.

Last evening, the Maharashtra girls faced Karnataka in a game that was close throughout with both the teams tied at 45-45 going into the final minute. Maharashtra managed to edge past Karnataka in the dying moments of the game to pull off a 47-45 victory. In the other upper pool girls games yesterday evening, the defending champs Chhattisgarh continued their dominant performance with a 53-11 win against Punjab and the Uttar Pradesh girls beat Delhi 37-12. Among the boys games, the defending boys champs Chhattisgarh picked up an easy 49-13 win against Jharkhand, while Andhra Pradesh beat Uttar Pradesh 65-37.

The results of the matches held on 26 November 2014 up to 5.30 p.m. are as follows:

Level 1: League Matches:

Girls:

  1. Madhya Pradesh (Divya Sam 17) bt Andhra Pradesh (P.S.S. Susmitha 4) 79-11 (21-11, 24-0, 17-0, 15-0)
  2. Karnataka (Grishman 10) bt Punjab (Mahak Preet 17) 52-38 (22-11,10-6, 7-13, 13-8)

Boys:

  1. Uttar Pradesh (Amit Singh 11) bt Jharkhand (Sushant Deep 7) 61-27 (30-8, 11-8, 11-7, 9-4)
  2. Odisha (Md. Aquib 27) bt Andhra Pradesh (S. Syed Baba 13, Aman Topno 13) 82-74 (13-21, 24-27, 13-12, 32-14)
  3. Haryana (Hardeep Bohra 33) bt Tamil Nadu (V. Adisiva 43) 111-82 (31-22, 24-19, 29-21, 27-20)
  4. Rajasthan (Nilesh Yadav 23) bt Maharashtra (Kuldeep Singh 34) 84-74 (28-21, 18-11, 17-18, 21-24)

Qualifying match (winner goes to the pre-quarterfinals):

Girls:

  1. Haryana (Meenu 34) bt West Bengal (Liza Deb 13) 56-38 (26-12, 12-11, 11-7, 7-8)

Boys: 

  1. Chandigarh (Harsh Rajain 19) bt Assam (Sanjay Pal 21) 75-56 (6-12, 26-10, 22-15, 21-19) 

Losers Knockout Semi-Finals:

Girls:

  1. Chandigarh (Parul Gupta 8, Sehjnoor 8) bt Bihar (Beauty 4) 32-9 (8-2, 12-2, 8-3, 4-2)
  2. Gujarat (Tanisha Shah 13) bt Assam (Korukula Dim Pal 8, M. Ramiya 8) 38-27 (18-10, 9-0, 7-7, 4-10)

Boys:

  1. Karnataka (Prashant T. 20) bt Bihar (Bhupender 21) 65-59 (12-21, 25-10, 10-11, 18-17)
  2. Kerala (Tom Jose 21) bt Mizoram (V.L. Remruatpuia 24) 56-54 (11-7, 8-7, 9-10, 28-30)

The results of the matches held from 5.30 p.m. to the end of the day on 25 November 2014 are as follows:

Level 1 (League matches):

Girls:

  1. Maharashtra (Sudhikha Nair 11, Anushka Gote 6) bt Karnataka (A.D. Srinivas 18, Anadha N. 7) 47-45 (16-13, 16-5, 7-14, 8-13)
  2. Chhattisgarh (Elijabet Ekka 15) bt Punjab (Anika 6) 53-11 (16-9, 19-0, 14-0, 4-2)
  3. Uttar Pradesh (Mansi Prajapati 13) bt Delhi (Shristi Thakur 4) 37-12 (16-6, 8-0, 2-2, 11-4)

Boys:

  1. Andhra Pradesh (S.V.V. Sai Kumar 20) bt Uttar Pradesh (Ayush Kataria 8) 65-37 (18-8, 13-10, 16-13, 18-6)
  2. Chhattisgarh (Saif Ali Khan 14) bt Jharkhand (Amit Kr. Yadav 4) 49-13 (20-6, 12-3, 9-0, 8-4) 

Losers Knockout (quarterfinals)Boys:

  1. Bihar (Bhupender B. 17) bt Delhi (Dev Hooda 7) 44-27 (13-15, 10-6, 9-4, 12-2)

The results of the matches held from the beginning of the day up to 12.00 p.m. on 26 November 2014 are as follows:

Level 1: League Matches:

Girls:

  1. Madhya Pradesh (Divya Sam 17) bt Andhra Pradesh (P.S.S. Susmitha 4) 79-11 (21-11, 24-0, 17-0, 15-0)

Boys:

  1. Uttar Pradesh (Amit Singh 11) bt Jharkhand (Sushant Deep 7) 61-27 (30-8, 11-8, 11-7, 9-4)

Qualifying match (winner goes to the pre-quarterfinals):

Girls:

  1. Haryana (Meenu 34) bt West Bengal (Liza Deb 13) 56-38 (26-12, 12-11, 11-7, 7-8)

Boys: 

  1. Chandigarh (Harsh Rajain 19) bt Assam (Sanjay Pal 21) 75-56 (6-12, 26-10, 22-15, 21-19) 

Losers Knockout Semi-Finals:

Girls:

  1. Chandigarh (Parul Gupta 8, Sehjnoor 8) bt Bihar (Beauty 4) 32-9 (8-2, 12-2, 8-3, 4-2)

Boys:

  1. Karnataka (Prashant T. 20) bt Bihar (Bhupender 21) 65-59 (12-21, 25-10, 10-11, 18-17)

The fixtures for tomorrow are as follows:

Date: 27-11-2014 (THURSDAY)

Court – 1 

No Team “A” Vs Team “B” Group Timing
LEVEL – I :     QUARTERFINALS
112 A 3 – TBD Vs MADHYA PRADESH GIRLS 07.00 AM
113 TAMIL NADU Vs A 2 – TBD GIRLS 08.00 AM
114 ANDHRA PRADESH Vs RAJASTHAN BOYS 09.00 AM
115 HARYANA Vs ODISHA BOYS 10.00 AM
LOOSER  KNOCKOUT  FINALS
116 CHANDIGARH V. GUJARAT GIRLS 11.00 AM
117 KARNATAKA V. KERALA BOYS 12.00 PM
LEVEL – I :   SEMI – FINALS
118 W/O B 1 VS W/O B 5 X A 4 VS W/O A 2 X B 3 GIRLS 06.00 PM
119 W/O A 1 VS W/O A5 X B4 Vs W/O A 3 X B 2 BOYS 07.00 PM

Court – 2 

No Team “A” Vs Team “B” Group Timing
LEVEL – I :     QUARTERFINALS
120 A 1 – TBD Vs HARYANA GIRLS 07.00 AM
121 UTTAR PRADESH Vs W/O (WB/ KARNATAKA) GIRLS 08.00 AM
122 MADHYA PRADESH Vs W/O (CHANDIGARH/ UP) BOYS 09.00 AM
123 CHATTISGARH Vs W/O (MAHARASHTRA/ ASSAM) BOYS 10.00 AM
 LEVEL-1  to  LEVEL-2

 

124 PUNJAB Vs ANDHRA PRADESH GIRLS 11.00 AM
125 JHARKHAND Vs TAMIL NADU BOYS 12.00 AM
 CLASSIFICATION  9th & 10th PLACE 
126 DELHI Vs L/O (WB/ KARNATAKA) GIRLS 01.00 PM
127 L/O (MAHARASHTRA/ ASSAM) Vs L/O (CHANDIGARH/ UP) BOYS 02.00 PM
LEVEL – I :   SEMI – FINALS
128 W/O A 1 VS W/O A5 X B4 Vs W/O A 3 X B 2 GIRLS 06.00 PM
129 W/O B 1 VS W/O B 5 X A 4 VS W/O A 2 X B 3 BOYS 07.00 PM

About the 41st Sub-Junior National Basketball Championship

The Sub-Junior National Basketball Championship is an annual national tournament for U-14 boys’ and girls’ teams from states across India. The Nashik District Basketball Association and the Maharashtra State Basketball Association under the aegis of the Basketball Federation of India and IMG-Reliance are conducting the 2014 tournament on the two wooden courts at the Meenatai Thakare Indoor Stadium here in Nashik. The tournament will be conducted over a period of 7 days from the 22nd to the 28th of November 2014. This year’s tournament is witnessing the participation of 27 boys’ teams and 25 girls’ teams from various states of the country. The 2013 version tournament was conducted in Patna, Bihar. The Chhattisgarh teams won both the boys and the girls category last year, while the Madhya Pradesh boys and the Tamil Nadu girls finished runners-up respectively.