Saturday, March 12, 2016

World athletics’ governing body has ruled that Russia has not yet met all the conditions in eradicating doping for a global ban to be lifted in time for the 2016 Rio Olympics, TASS quoted Russian athletics chief Mikhail Butov as saying on Friday. He said the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) would take a decision in May on whether to lift a ban in time for Rio, Reuters reported. Norwegian Rune Andersen, a former director of the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), was appointed to lead a five-person task force reviewing Russian reform efforts after its suspension from global competition in November. One of the most important criteria would be the change of anti-doping culture in Russia, and it’s a big task, Andersen was quoted as saying.

30th Federation Cup 2016 – Kerala women to face Telangana in semifinals

Today is the last day for league matches. Do carry news of this event prominently in your esteemed publication.
The schedule for today’s remaining league matches is given below:
12.03.2016
NoTeam “A”VsTeam “B”GroupTiming
26NWRAILWAYVsARMY REDMB02.00 PM
27VIJAYA BANK, BENGALURUVsLUDHIANA BAMA03.30 PM
28ONGC, DEHRADUNVsBHIWANI CLUBMA05.00 PM
Thank you for your support to India Basketball.
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Himamshu
Press Release #9: 30th Federation Cup 2016 – Kerala women to face Telangana in semifinals
Bambolim, 12th March 2016: The last day of the league stages at the 30thFederation Cup 2016 began with Kerala and Maharashtra women facing each other in their last league game. Kerala have all but qualified for the semifinals, while Maharashtra needed a huge win against favourites Kerala to stand a chance of advancing.
But all hopes that Maharashtra had were dampened right from the first quarter with Kerala racing away to a 24-10 lead after 10 minutes of the game. Kerala’s best player and go-to scorer Jeena PS got to the basket with ease sauntering her way to 26 points to go with 10 rebounds. Kerala centre Stephy Nixon also had a good outing with 14 points operating in the paint for her buckets. Guards Rojamol (15 points) and Anjana (9 points and 5 assists) also contributed ensuring that Kerala maintained at least a 15-point lead for the rest of the game. For Maharashtra, Manisha Dange (21 points) and Shruthi Menon (20 points) were the major scorers, but it was not enough against the heavyweight Kerala side. There was little bench contribution for Maharashtra, while Kerala displayed their deep bench strength with 23 points coming from their reserves. The game ended 81-63 in favour of Kerala, who have now sealed a spot in the semifinals where they will face the Telangana women.
Karnataka and Delhi faced each other later in an inconsequential match with both teams knocked out of contention for the semifinals. In a battle for pride, the young Delhi team surprised Karnataka coming out aggressive in the first half. Sahiba and Princy were leading the way for Delhi who built a 45-31 lead in the first half. Delhi’s Sahiba put up big numbers with 20 points and 19 rebounds. But in the third quarter, Karnataka took over the game, outscoring Delhi 19 to 5. Karnataka’s Kavana also had a double-double with 25 points and 12 rebounds along with 5 steals. Her teammate Ranjitha put up an efficient 20 points off 8 of 13 shooting. With the scores tied at 50 apiece at the end of the third quarter, Karnataka carried their momentum into the fourth quarter to outscore Delhi by 11 points, winning the game 74-63.
The first men’s game of the day saw home team Don Bosco Oratory, Goa (DBO) losing their fourth and final game of the tournament against the mighty Indian Overseas Bank, Chennai team. Goa was outplayed in all departments against IOB who proved to be too big, too strong and overall, too good for DBO. After a 23-6 first quarter, IOB emptied their bench for the rest of the game, strolling to a 63-38 victory. Forward Arvind Annadurai led IOB with 14 points and 10 rebounds, while veteran forward Mihir Pandey had 12 points.

RESULTS FROM DAY 4 (upto 2.00 pm)
Women:
Group A:
Kerala (Jeena PS 26pts 10rbs, Rojamol G 15, Stephy Nixon 14) bt Maharashtra(Manisha Dange 21, Shruthi Menon 20, Sangeeta Mandal 14) 81-63 (24-10, 15-13, 26-20, 16-20)
Group B:
Karnataka (Kavana CR 25pts 12 rbs, Ranjitha 20, Priyanka P 11pts 12 rbs) bt Delhi(Sahiba 20pts 19rbs, Princy 15, Monika Vats 12)74-63 (10-14, 21-31, 19-5, 24-13)
Men:
Group B:
Indian Overseas Bank, Chennai (Arvind Annadurai 14, Mihir Pandey 12, Satheesh K 11) bt Don Bosco Oratory, Goa (Dillano Marchon 9, Shawn Soares 7, Aakash Madgavkar 6) 63-38 (23-6, 15-4, 8-14, 17-14)

About the Federation Cup

The Shyama Prasad Mukherjee indoor stadium in the Goa University Campus is the venue for the 30th Federation Cup National Basketball Championship for Men and Women 2016. Matches will be played on a league cum knockout basis. There are nine men’s teams and eight women’s teams in the fray. Headlining the men’s teams will be defending champions ONGC, Uttarakhand and last year’s runners up Indian Overseas Bank (IOB), Chennai. Among women teams, Kerala, Chhattisgarh and Delhi will start off as hot contenders.
League matches will be played from 9th to 12th March, followed by the semifinals and finals on 13th and 14th respectively. In both the men’s and women’s sections, teams have been divided into two preliminary groups.The Federation Cup is held annually and is the most coveted tournament for basketball clubs/state teams throughout India.
Generally speaking, in the men’s section, the top 8 state teams from the previous year’s Senior National Championship send the Champion District/Unit/Club of the State Championship/Inter-district/Inter-Unit. In the women’s section, the top 8 state teams from the previous year’s Senior National Championship are eligible to participate, along with the Champion team of the Indian Railways Unit.
Another significance of the Federation Cup is that it serves as the qualifying tournament for the FIBA Asia Champions Cup for Men, which pits the top clubs in the continent against each other. The winning men’s team from the Federation Cup qualifies to the FIBA Asia Champions Cup.
Last year, the 29th Federation Cup National Basketball Championship for Men and Women was organized by Basketball Federation of India in association with Maharashtra State Basketball Association and Poona District Basketball Association, and was held at Shiv Chattrapathi Krida Sankul, Mhalunge, Balewadi, Pune, Maharashtra from 29th March to 2nd April 2015. ONGC, Uttarakhand and Southern Railway were crowned champions in the men’s and women’s divisions respectively.

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