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Basketball at the 1969 South Pacific Games

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Basketball at the 1969 South Pacific Games was played at Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea in August 1969. Men's and women's tournaments were held with eight and six teams, respectively, competing.

After a round robin stage the teams in the top two positions played off for the gold and silver medals, and the teams in the third and fourth positions played off for the bronze medal.

Medal summary

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's  Tahiti  Papua New Guinea  New Caledonia
Women's  Papua New Guinea  Tahiti  Fiji

Men's tournament

Standings

Qualified for the Finals
Qualified for the Battle-For-Third

Final standings after the round robin tournament:[1]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 Tahiti 7 7 0 533 269 285 14
 Papua New Guinea 7 5 2 416 248 -5 10
 Guam 7 5 2 544 421 168 10
 New Caledonia 7 5 2 499 376 -45 10
 Nauru 7 2 5 390 544 -25 4
 American Samoa 7 2 5 374 415 -131 4
 Fiji 7 2 5 463 505 -228 4
 Solomon Islands 7 0 7 250 691 250 0

Group matches

August 1969
Tahiti  43–40  Papua New Guinea

August 1969
Tahiti  79–38  Guam

August 1969
Tahiti  67–47  New Caledonia

August 1969
Tahiti  101–29  Nauru

August 1969
Tahiti  63–47  American Samoa

August 1969
Tahiti  73–45  Fiji

August 1969
Tahiti  107–23  Solomon Islands

August 1969
Papua New Guinea  54–44  Guam

August 1969
Papua New Guinea  66–28  Nauru


August 1969
Papua New Guinea  71–42  Fiji


August 1969
Guam  75–64  New Caledonia

August 1969
Guam  108–63  Nauru

August 1969
Guam  85–60  American Samoa

August 1969
Guam  85–59  Fiji

August 1969
Guam  109–42  Solomon Islands


August 1969
New Caledonia  100–49  Nauru


August 1969
New Caledonia  88–80  Fiji


August 1969
Nauru  81–72  Fiji

August 1969
Nauru  86–41  Solomon Islands

August 1969
American Samoa  56–54  Nauru


August 1969
Fiji  54–53  American Samoa

August 1969
Fiji  111–54  Solomon Islands

Bronze medal game

August 1969
Guam  64–72  New Caledonia

Men's final

August 1969
Tahiti  56–39  Papua New Guinea

Women's tournament

Standings

Qualified for the Finals
Qualified for the Battle-For-Third

Final standings after the round robin tournament:[1]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 Papua New Guinea 4 3 1 227 110 +117 6
 Tahiti 4 3 1 203 120 +83 6
 Fiji 2 2 2 241 151 +90 4
 New Caledonia 4 2 2 182 182 0 4
 Guam 4 0 4 81 371 −290 10

Group matches

August 1969
Papua New Guinea  23–17  Tahiti

August 1969
New Caledonia  43–34  Fiji

August 1969
New Caledonia  64–42  Guam

August 1969
Fiji  117–14  Guam


August 1969
Tahiti  82–16  Guam

August 1969
Tahiti  55–49  New Caledonia

August 1969
Papua New Guinea  108–9  Guam

August 1969
Tahiti  49–32  Fiji

August 1969
Fiji  58–45  Papua New Guinea

Bronze medal playoff

August 1969
Fiji  50–28  New Caledonia

Women's final

August 1969
Papua New Guinea  35–33  Tahiti

See also

References

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