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The National 1st Division Basket - Ball League - The Final - Nov 11, 2005

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Real v/s Flippers


The 1st leg of the 1st division took place yesterday night at le Phoenix Gymnasium and as expected, it was one of the best finals that we had here between 2 teams full
of talented players. The gymnasium was quite full for this long awaited match and you could feel the tension in the air as the 2 teams get prepared for the tip off of
the game.


In the first quarter, the Flippers made a really great start under the influence of their captain Pascal Prayag, and lead this quarter on the score of 21 to 18. But in the 2nd quarter,  Jason Howie and Ghislain Fanny began to get into the game and the Real won the 2nd quarter by 1 point on the score of 18 to 17. At half time, the Flippers were infront.


In the 3rd and 4th Quarter, using its great experience of the finals compared to the first finals of the Flippers, The Real won the game on the score of 92 to 77, with a 15 points lead. The next game is schedule this Sunday @ 17hr at the phoenix Gymnasium where the Flippers have to won by more than 15 points to be champions which will be a quite difficult job to do against a team of Real. It would be interesting to see how the match is going to be and be sure that we will be there to cover this match as it is sure to be an exciting one.


Real: J.F. Namassevayen (15), J. Howie (19), G. Bangard (22), W. Jerome (10), G. Fanny (22), B.Lamothe (2)


Flippers: R. Nagloo (25), D. Laviolette (2), P.Prayag (33), G. Prayag (6), B. Grandsable (6), A. Vitry (3)



As for the women, the Hoop made a great step in recuperating the title that they left to the CSSC last year by winning the first leg by 11 points which is a great advantage for the team to be champion this year. The teammates of Corinne Somauroo made a great zone defence to block the attacks of the 2 malagasy players, usually unstoppable, Judith and Gladys and by attacking on fast break, they made a very important win in their title of gaining back their title of champion. The 2nd leg will be on Sunday @ 15hr at the Phoenix gymnasium and this will also be an interesting game between the 2 teams.


So, basket - ball fans, keep connected to africa basket and be aware on thenew Champion 2005 of Mauritius basket - ball.

Till then, see ya all!!!


I love this game!!! :)


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