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SUDCLUBS – Malvin won and will play for the fifth possition
5/28/2014


The Uruguayan team beat Real Club de Lima for 84-73 and so on Thursday at the closing day of the South American Championship for Women’s Clubs will play for fifth place. Jasmine Hammon was the leading scorer with 22 points.

With a good start for Florence Somma author of 7 points in game 2min30, Malvin achieved an escape, 9-1, before the low effectiveness of the Real Club, which only managed to score from the free throw line.

With half of the quarter already played, the team directed by José Basile manage to score their first field goal from Ximena Vega 's hand. From that point, the game became more attractive and the teams exchange conversions, ending the first quarter with the Uruguayan team winning, 22-13.

A start of a 10-4 run in the second quarter of the Real Club which cut the difference and was just one possession down (26-23) in just over 3 minutes. With readmissions of Guadalupe and Lucia Somma, Malvin recovered and regained the lead with a 7-0 run to get away 33-23.

While Real Club tried to deduct, Malvin knew to stay and endure the thrust of Bolivia with the effectiveness of triples from Jordan Smith and conversions from Jasmine Hammon and Guadalupe, going to the break winning by 42-32.

During the third quarter the Uruguayan team showed great superiority, good work from Lady Comfort in the painted area, so they took a considerable difference, which was increased with the passing of the minutes, taking advantage of their opponent not getting a goal.

In the fourth quarter, Real Club de Lima tried to discount the 21-point deficit (69-48). From Delfino and Cristina da Silva overcome the adverse difference to which he faced, got to get to 7 points with just under three minutes to play.

From the very Hammon and Smith , Malvin was able to maintain a favorable advantage because without Lady Comfort who had committed five fouls . Peruvian were again left without a goal , which was used by those led by Juan Pablo Serdio 84-73 victory ensured .





Federico Radulovich / FIBA Americas

 


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