FIBA Women's Asia Cup 2021 Schedule, Standings and Live Updates | Gilas Pilipinas Women

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FIBA Women's Asia Cup 2021 Live Updates, Standings, Schedule and Live Stream. Gilas Pilipinas Women will once again represent the Philippines in the FIBA Women's Asia Cup Tournament (Division A) at Prince Hamzah Hall in Amman, Jordan from September 27 to October 3, 2021.

World #51 Philippine Women's National Basketball team lost to world #7 China, 143-52, lost to powerhouse World #3 Australia 120-56 and lost to #34 Chinese Taipei 93-52 in the preliminary round group. and will play world #70 India on September 30 (11:55pm PHL time) in the 7th/8th classification match. [Watch Here]

The top four teams from this tournament will play for the FIBA Women's Basketball World Cup 2022 Qualifying Tournaments in February 2022.

Gilas Pilipinas Women Roster: (Average height: 5'6", average age: 23yo) Afril Bernardino, Janine Pontejos, Chack Cabinbin, Khate Castillo, Clare Castro, Ria Nabalan, Mar Prado, Andrea Tongco, Kristin Cayabyab, Karl Ann Pingol, Camille Clarin, and Ella Fajardo. (Head coach: Patrick Aquino)

FIBA Women's Asia Cup 2021 Team Standings

Group A
Japan (#8)306
Korea (#19)215
New Zealand (#36)124
India (#70)033
China (#7)306
Australia (#3)215
Chinese Taipei (#34)124
Philippines (#51) 033

FIBA Women's Asia Cup 2021 Full Schedule and Results:
(All times are PHT — Philippine Time, GMT+8)

September 27, 2021 Game Results
Japan def. India, 136-46
Korea def. New Zealand, 85-69
China def. Philippines, 143-52
Australia def. Chinese Taipei, 76-65

September 28, 2021 Game Results
Japan def. New Zealand, 62-50
Korea def. India, 107-69
China def. Chinese Taipei, 124-50
Australia def. Philippines, 120-56

September 29, 2021 Game Results
Japan def. Korea, 67-62
New Zealand def. India, 109-49
China def. Australia, 82-64
Chinese Taipei def. Philippines, 93-52

September 30, 2021 Game Results
QF1 - Korea def. Chinese Taipei, 80-74
QF2 - Australia def. New Zealand, 72-61
7th/8th - Philippines def. India, 74-70

October 2, 2021 Game Results
SEMIS 1 - China def. Korea, 93-69
SEMIS 2 - Japan def. Australia, 67-65
5TH/6TH - New Zealand def. Chinese Taipei, 74-59

October 3, 2021 Game Results
BRONZE - Australia def. Korea, 88-58
GOLD - Japan def. China, 78-73

source: FIBA

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