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Friday, May 06, 2016
FIBA Approve CAC & Pan Am Games Qualifiers

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The Zone Board of the International Basketball Federation (FIBA) in the Americas met for the third time in the 2014-2019 period to discuss various items relevant to the agenda and with the focus on the new competition system that will continue its qualification process through the Centrobasket and South American tournaments in the summer.

The Zone Board went over the activities slated for 2016-17 in the region, 2016 Budget and detailed the Selection Process for the host of the different events on schedule for the rest of the calendar year. The New Zone Core Regulations, Americas Complimentary Regulations and the Sub-Zones and Sub-Sub Zones Complimentary Regulations were also discussed in detail.

A qualification process to the men’s basketball tournaments at the 2018 Central American and Caribbean Games and 2019 Pan American Games was approved.

The best 7 teams from the 2017 FIBA Americup and 2017 FIBA Americas Women’s Championship will qualify to the 2019 Pan American respectively; while the best 7 teams from the 2016 Centrobasket Championship will qualify to the 2018 Central American and Caribbean Games. The host country was awarded automatic qualification to the both events.

In turn, the status of the bidding process for the 2017 FIBA Americup was presented in full detail along with the up-to-date information regarding the New Competition System that will tip-off in 2017.
Friday, April 29, 2016
Wade-Fray Named to WBBL All-British Team of the Year
Great Britain players past, present and future have all grabbed a slot on this season's Molten Women’s British Basketball Leagues All-British Team of the Year.

WBBL coaches have chosen an interesting line-up, with one particular surprise as Great Britain legend and Cardiff Met Archers' player-coach Stef Collins has to be content with a place on the bench.

The backcourt spots are taken up by Georgia Jones of Leicester Riders, who has been back in the Great Britain Senior set-up over the last six months and pulled the strings impressively during what has been an injury ravaged campaign for her club.

London 2012 Olympian, Jenaya Wade-Fray is given recognition for the way she has inspired Brixton Topcats with some terrific displays throughout 2015-16, many of which helped the Londoners to secure a Play-Off berth.

Molten WBBL All-British Team of the Year 2015-16
1 Georgia Jones (Leicester Riders)
2 Jenaya Wade-Fray (Brixton Topcats)
3 Helen Naylor (Westfield Health Sheffield Hatters)
4 Steph Gandy (Westfield Health Sheffield Hatters)
5 Savannah Wilkinson (Barking Abbey Crusaders)

Off the bench - Siobhan Prior (Nottingham Wildcats), Julie Page (Westfield Health Sheffield Hatters), Stef Collins (Cardiff Met Archers), Georgia Gayle (Westfield Health Sheffield Hatters), Deanne Hayward (Leicester Riders), Nicolette Fong Lyew Quee (Team Northumbria), Nicky Welling (Manchester Mystics).
Tuesday, April 26, 2016
Wade-Fray by the Numbers

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On the day that her season came to an end in the Playoffs, Bermuda’s Jenaya Wade-Fray representing Brixton Topcats was named to the Women’s British Basketball League All Star Five for Week 20 which was the final week for regular season play.

It was a memorable final day of the regular season for Wade-Fray and her South Londoners Teammates as they clinched they win they needed to make it into the Quarter-Finals. Wade-Fray was at the heart of their vital win against Manchester Mystics as she poured in a superb 30 points, including five triples to go with four boards, two steals and an assist.

Wade-Fray ends the season as the League’s 8th to Point Per Game Player in the Standings with 15.3 points Per Game.

Wade-Fray played a total of 17 games in the season at an average of 29.6 minutes per game. Wade-Fray went 48 for 93 from the Field at 51.6%, she hit 40 from 143 shots from behind the Three Point Line at 28%, Wade-Fray was at 84.6% from the Free Throw Line hitting 44 of 52 shots.

Wade-Fray had a 4.1 Rebound season Average, 2.1 Assist per game, 1.4 Steals per game and she had 0.1 Steals per game on the Season.
Monday, April 25, 2016
Wade-Fray & Brixton Topcats Bow Out of Playoffs

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The Women’s British Basketball League Play-Offs began as the Nottingham Wildcats were dominant on their way to a 91-43 victory at home against Jenaya Wade-Fray and her Brixton Topcats behind 27 points and 10 rebounds from Ashley Harris.

Nottingham with the win ended Wade-Fray’s season and advanced to the Semi-Finals.

Wade-Fray scored 12 points in 28 minutes of action, she went 0 for 4 from the Field, 4 from 11 from behind the Three Point Line, Wade-Fray grabbed 2 Rebounds and she had 1 Steal.
Sunday, April 24, 2016
Bermuda Find the Going Tough in Pennsylvania

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The Bermuda Girls 18 and Under National Basketball team competed in Manheim Pennsylvania at the Spooky Nook Sports Complex.

The team is taking part in the Blue Chip Pre-Season Challenge, which is one of the largest tournaments in the US with over 250 girls teams present. This event is an NCAA Certified Event which is also attended by Over 200 college coaches attending to find their next university prospect.

Team Bermuda opened up the tournament with a game against Queens Express, a speedy team from New York. For the first quarter of play, both teams started off a little slow missing shots, but after a timeout by team Express, you could see a big change in tempo which left Bermuda staggering. Bermuda were beat by an intense fast break offense leading to a big blowout of 64-8.

In their second game against the Connecticut Bandits, team Bermuda responded, playing faster on defense and also started off the game much stronger with scoring. At the end of three quarters, team Bermuda led by 4 points, but the Bandits started pressing defensively and Bermuda did not take good care of the ball. Once the Bandits took a ten point lead with four minutes to play Coaches Peters and Erica Woods went with substitutions, opting to get other players experience and to rest their key players for the next match. The final score was Bandits over Bermuda 54-27.

Coach Peters stated, “This was a good team and for three quarters we played them neck and neck. Not only did we see improvement on the defensive end slowing transition and stopping all but a few fast break scores, we also started to see our scorers, led by Amali Smith, Inshannae Smith, and Anna Gilliatt get off to a better start. Demiqua Daniels played awesome defensively and Inshannae emerged as a rim protector for us.”

Game three was against Fencor, team Bermuda were again leading through the first three quarters, this time by six points. A few defensive lapses led to open three point shots and Fencor took the lead for good winning by a final score of 36-13.

Peters added, “We simply ran out of gas. Fatigue starts to play a part at the end of game when you play in these kinds of tournaments. At the end there we just couldn't score and we allowed our opponents to dictate the tempo so it felt like we had let a good opportunity slip away there.

Bermuda faced the Panthers in their fourth game and played their best game of the tournament so far. Bermuda came out on fire behind Amali Smith and Demiqua Daniels taking an 8 point lead into the half. In the second half, Anna Gilliatt and Inshanae Smith stepped up with crisp passing and adding to the scoring of the team. By the end of three quarters Bermuda took a 15 point lead and finished the game 55 to 31 for their first victory. Amali Smith led the team with 18 points in what was a well balanced attack by Bermuda.

Coach Peters stated, “In the second half we worked together in an amazing display of teamwork and ball control building on our lead. I would say that the girls have improved every single game and really showed signs that we can play with any of the teams here. We are looking forward to the final game tomorrow where we can see if we can again improve and build on our gameplay. Demiqua Daniels and Inshannae Smith have been two of the best defensive players at this event and Amali Smith has been simply amazing in every game.”

Bermuda Girls 18 and Under Team:

SiYaunne Hall
Amali Smith
Demiqua Daniels
Inshan-nae Smith
Anna Gilliatt
Cydnee Todd
Kiarah Seon
Kaylee Lema
Nya Heyliger
Indya Lewis
Daelynn Richards
Zahra Wilson
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