Monday, February 28, 2011

Hu, Chang named HBL MVPs

Hu Lung-mao of Song-shan and Chang Chi-fang of Hu-jiang were named 2011 HBL men's and women's Most Valuable Players after leading their schools to titles Sunday.

Chang also led the women's competition in assists and steals while Hu was the rebounding leader in the men's competition.

The 2011 HBL awards are listed below.

MVP: Hu Lung-mao (Song-shan)
Freshman of the Year: Huang Hung-han (Nen-ren)
Rebounding leader: Hu Lung-mao (Song-shan)
Assists leader: Chen Ying-chun (Nen-ren)
Steals leader: Chiu Jih-cheng (Nan-shan)
Blocks leader: Chen Kuan-chuan (Nan-shan)

MVP: Chang Chi-fang (Hu-jiang)
Freshman of the Year: Huang Ling-chuan (Hai-shan)
Rebounding leader: Cheng Yi-hsiu (Pu Men)
Assists leader: Chang Chi-fang (Hu-jiang)
Steals leader: Chang Chi-fang (Hu-jiang)
Blocks leader: Han Ya-en (Tamsui)

Hu-jiang wins first HBL women's title


Chang Chi-fang saved the best for her last game as a high schooler. The 174cm all-around guard scored a HBL-record 45 points to go with 10 rebounds, five assists and four steals to lead Hu-jiang High School upset favorite Hai-shan High School 87-73 and win its first HBL title in school history Sunday.

Chang scored 31 points in the first half and single-handedly paced her school throughout the entire game. She won the MVP by averaging 34 points, eight rebounds and three steals in two games in the Final Four.

C002284EChen Chung-wei had 22 points and eight boards for Hu-jiang, which coincidentally also defeated Hai-shan 77-62 in the third place game last season for the school's best finish at the time.

Chang, who idolizes Rajon Rondo of the Boston Celtics, was 16 of 27 from the field, including 14 of 22 from the two-point range, and eight of nine from the free-throw line in 39 minutes Sunday night, played down her scoring record, saying that it was the championship that matters.

Chang smashed the previous single game scoring record in the Final Four of 40 points established by former Hai-shan center Liu Yi-chun.

Hai-shan, which had won three straight titles from 2006-2008, missed out on its opportunity for the fourth title in school history. Its "Twin Centers" Huang Hsiang-ting had 23 points and 9 rebounds and Wang Wei-lin tallied 13 points and 11 rebounds. Point guard Chen Yen-yu had 17 points.

There was another upset in the third place game, where Jin-ou High School overcame a 14-point deficit to knock down defending champion Tamsui High School 57-56 to secure its best finish in five years.

Jin-ou, which was out of the final eight last season to see its consecutive final eight appearance record end after 21 years, also snapped its seven-game losing streak against the mighty Tamsui.

The defending champ, which led 35-21 at halftime, engaged in a dog-fight with Jin-ou in the final minutes but failed to make a basket in two possessions in the final 26.1 seconds.

Having won six titles, Jin-ou was once the most powerful team in high school women's basketball, but it was unable to win one after 2004.

Lin Yi-chun led Jin-ou with 19 points and eight rebounds while Chang Yu-wen had 12 points, six rebounds, five assists and seven steals.

Tamsui's Lin Yu-ting, the freshman of the year and the MVP last year, had 20 points and 12 rebounds.

Hu leads Song-shan to unprecedented three-peat in HBL men's finals


MVP Hu Lung-mao had dominant performances on consecutive nights as Song-shan High School completed a unprecedented feat of a three-peat after a 87-59 rout of Nan-shan High School Sunday night, becoming the first school in HBL history to win three straight men's title.

Li-chi HS, San-min HS, Tsai-shin HS and Nan-shan HS have all repeated as champions in the past 22 years, but no school was able to complete a three-peat until Song-shan did it.

6180035-2523289Arguably the best player in HBL this year, Hu had 29 points, 12 rebounds, five steals and three blocks in the title game after tallying 35 points and 13 boards in the semifinal game.

Hu, a 195cm lefty forward-center, was named the MVP with an average of 32 pints and 13.5 rebounds in two Final Four games.

Song-shan has won three titles in four Finals appearances. It lost to San-min in the finals in 2000 before defeating Nen-ren 69-61 and 83-80 in 2009 and 2010.

Hu also became the first player to lead his high school to three title in three years. He played pivotal roles in Song-shan's previous title runs despite not winning the MVPs. Forward Hung Kang-chao scored 48 points in his last high school game last year to win the MVP honor. San yi-ching, a undersized 193cm center, was named MVP after a 16-point, 6 rebounds title game outing in 2009.

"We have made history and this group of players deserve this honor. I'm proud of them, " Song-shan head coach Huang Wan-long said. Huang and Hu were both in tears in their long hugs after the final buzzer.

Song-shan, which has been known for its tenacious man-to-man defense, lived up to its nickname "the green shield" again in the second quarter, when it outscored Nan-shan 25-4 and jumped to a double-digit lead it never gave up.

SN01_001Song-shan led 44-24 at the half and all Nan-shan could do was cut the deficit to 15 points, but Hu and Song-shan's outside shooters made several crucial plays to increase the lead to 20 points.

Song-shan sophomore center Fan Shih-en had a career night of 16 points and 6 rebounds. Guards Huang Po-wei and Yu Yi-hsiang scored 15 each.

Yang Hsing-chih paced Nan-shan with 19 points.

In the third place game, talented point guard Chen Ying-chun had 23 points, 10 rebounds, four steals and two blocks to finish his high school career and lead Nen-ren to a 82-70 win over San-min High School.

However, Chen had to graduate without a HBL title trophy in his hands. Nen-ren lost to Song-shan in the HBL Finals in 2009 and 2010 and failed to make the finals after the semifinal loss to Nan-shan Saturday night.

Chen, who suffered a minor concussion in the semifinal game, was determined to play in his final game despite doctors and coaches advised him against it. "I refused to sit on the bench in my final game, " Chen was quoted as saying.

With Chen controling the tempo, Nen-ren led by as many as 22 points as San-min never had a chance to mount a serious comeback run.

Center Wang Jen-chieh had 28 points, 10 rebounds and two blocks for Nen-ren. Tien Cheng-tung had 11 points and eight boards.

San-min, the only final four teams from southern Taiwan, was led by Wu Song-wei's 30 points. Center Shih Yen-tsung had 19 points and 15 rebounds.



(Photos: HBL, UDN, Apple Daily)

SBL Feb. 25-27 results

[In picture: R. Jennings, PY]

Feb. 27
PY 91-80 KKL
PY: Ke Chih-hao 19p, R. Jennings 13p+22rb
KKL: S. Hawkins 19p, Chen Ching-huan 15p+10rb, CHang Jung-hsuan 13p

TB 88-82 Dacin
TB: E. Jones 31p+17rb, Chen Shih-nian 17p, Ho Shou-cheng 14p
Dacin: A. Foyle 22p+13rb, Chen Tse-wei 18p, Chang Chih-feng 16p

Yulon 74-73 TM
Yulon: J. Dailey 15p+15rb, Chen Chih-chung 16p, Lee Chi-yi 13p+7rb
TM: Wu Yong-jen 14p, Liu Sheng-yao 14p, Hsu Wei-sheng 13p

Feb. 26
TM 86-70 Dacin
TM: Wu Yong-jen 24p, Liu Sheng-yao 20p+8rb, Su Yi-chieh 19p+6a
Dacin: A. Foyle 25p+13rb, Tien Lei 21p+8rb

Yulon 84-82 PY
Yulon: Chen Chih-chung 23p, J. Dailey 17p+18rb, Lu Cheng-ju 18p, Yang Che-yi 14p
PY: R. Jennings 24p+30rb, James Mao 19p+8rb, Chien Chia-hung 17p

TB74-55 BOT
TB: Yang Yu-ming 18p, E. Jones 17p+15rb
BOT: Chen Shun-hsiang 19p

Feb. 25
PY 102-80 BOT
PY: James. Mao 19p, R. Jennings 16p+13rb, Tsai Wen-cheng 13p
BOT: Chen Shun-hsiang 18p, J. Vaudereuil 17p, Chang Po-sheng 25p

KKL 86-75 TB
KKL: S. Hawkins 27p+16rb, Chang Jung-hsuan 22p, Chen Ching-huan 19p+8rb
TB: Yang Ching-min 16p+7rb, Ha Hsiao-yuan 10p, Yang Yu-ming 10p

1. Taiwan Beer 19-4
2. Pure Youth 15-8
3. Yulon Luxgen 12-10
4. Dacin Tigers 11-11
5. Bank of Taiwan 8-13
6. Taiwan Mobile 7-15
7. Kinmen Kaoliang Liquor 5-16

Ke Chih-hao, PY

The games were played in the southern city of Fengshan this past two weeks

Alexus Foyle, Dacin

Jermaine Dailey, Yulon

Wu Yong-jen, TM

(Photos: ESPN Taiwan)

Sunday, February 27, 2011

2011 HBL semifinal results


Hu Lung-mao scored 18 of his game-high 35 points in the third quarter as two-time defending champion Song-shan HS rallied in the second half to beat San-min HS 97-81 Saturday in the 2011 HBL men's semifinal and advanced to the HBL finals for the third straight year where it will meet Nan-shan HS Sunday.

With eight seniors on its roster, Song-shan will be more experienced than Nan-shan, a traditional powerhouse which is seeking its sixth title in HBL history.

Song-shan head coach Huang Wan-lung's halftime speech inspired Hu, arguably the best player in the HBL. Hu scored as many points as San-min in the third quarter and turned a seven-point deficit into a rout.

Nan-shan led from start to finish in a 78-70 victory over Nen-ren, which was seeking its third straight HBL finals appearance, but did not win without a scare.

Leading by as many as 20 points in the third quarter, Nan-shan had no answer against Nen-ren's three-point attack and saw its lead shrink to a mere three points in the final quarter.

Song-shan 97-81 San-min
Song-shan: Hu Lung-mao 35p+13rb+2s, Huang Po-wei 19p, Chien Chao-yi 15p
San-min: Shih Yen-tsung 20p+10rb+3blk, Lin Kuan-ren 23p+6rb

Nan-shan 78-70 Nen-ren
Nan-shan: Chen Kuan-chuan 20p+11rb, Chiu Jih-cheng 13p, Wu Chia-chun 12p
Nen-ren: Chen Yi-chun 18p+7rb+9a+3s, Tien Chen-tung 24+8rb(6-12 3PT), Chen Hung-lin 10p+10rb

In the women's competition, Hai-shan beat Jin-ou 80-57 and Hu-jiang upset defending champ Tamsui 85-81 in overtime Saturday.

Led by backup guard Shen Shin, who had 8 points and seven steals in 21 minutes, Hu-jiang snapped its 12-game losing streak against Tamsui to make its first ever HBL finals appearance in school history.

Waiting for Hu-jiang in the finals will be Hai-shan, which is looking for its fourth title in history in its seventh finals appearance.

Hai-shan 80-57 Jin-ou
Hai-shan: Huang Hsiang-ting 21p+11rb+4blk, Wang Wei-ling 14p+15rb+2blk, Chen Yen-yu 16p+6rb+5a+2s+2blk
Jin-ou: Chen Ting-yu 13p

Hu-jiang 85-81 (OT) Tamsui
Hu-jiang: Chang Chi-fang 23p+6rb+6a+2s, Chen CHun-wei 19p+8rb+7s, Shen Shin 8p+7s
Tamsui: Lin Yu-ting 25p+5rb+6a, Yang Jung 22p+14rb, Han Chun-en 13p+8rb

Tuesday, February 22, 2011

SBL December/January MVP: Rashad Jennings


Pure Youth forward/center Rashad Jennings was named SBL MVP for the months of December and January.

Jennings is averaging 16.8 points and 21.8 rebounds for the season. He established the SBL single-game rebounding record with 33 in the Feb. 13 game against Taiwan Beer.

Jennings received 45 points in the media poll. Taiwan Beer guard Yang Ching-min was second at 21 points.

(Photo: ESPN Taiwan)

SBL Week 8 MVP: Chen Shun-hsiang


BOT guard Chen Shun-hsiang won the SBL Week 8 MVP with an average of 21.7 points and 7 rebounds after helping the team to its first three-game winning streak in five years.

Chen is having a breakout year this season, averaging 18.4 points and 5.2 rebounds. Chen gave credit to teammate John Vaudereuil, who joined the team in mid-season, for his solid inside play.

BOT players dominated the media poll with Chen going first with 24 points. Vaudereuil was second with 16 points while Hsu Chih-chang was third with 10 points.

2010-11 SBL Weekly MVPs:
Week 8: Chen Shun-hsiang (BOT)
Week 7: Shawn Hawkins (KKL)
Week 6: Hong Chih-shan (PY)
Week 5: Yang Ching-min (TB)
Week 4: Rashad Jones-Jennings (PY)
Week 3: Rashad Jones-Jennings (PY)
Week 2: Yang Ching-min (TB)
Week 1: Tseng Wen-ting (Yulon)

(Photos: ESPN Taiwan)

Monday, February 21, 2011

BOT's first three-game win streak in 5 years

Hsu Chih-chiang made a go-ahead winner with 27.4 seconds left in the Feb. 20 72-71 win over Yulon to help Bank of Taiwan to its first three-game winning streak in five years.

Feb. 20
TB 73-48 TM
TB: Yang Ching-min 17p, Yang Yu-ming 15p
TM: M. Dove 18p+14rb, Liu Sheng-yao 11p

BOT 72-71 Yulon
BOT: Chen Shun-hsiang 27p+11rb, J. Vaudereuil 23p+12rb
Yulon: Chen Chih-chung 30p, Lu Cheng-ju 20p

Dacin 103-91 KKL
Dacin: A. Foyle 33p+11rb, Tien Lei 12p+7rb, Lo Yu-chun 13p, Chen Tse-wei 19p
KKL: S. Hakwins 40p+11rb, Chen Ching-huan 14p, Chang Jung-hsuan 14p

Feb. 19
TB 84-74 Yulon
TB: E. Jones 20p+12rb, Yang Yu-ming 12p, Cheng Jen-wei 12p
Yulon: Chou Shih-yuan 14p, Lu Cheng-ju 13p, J. Dailey 9p+11rb

BOT 92-84 TM
BOT: Chen Shun-hsiang 20p+6rb+4a, Hsu Chih-chang 18p+9rb, J. Vaudereuil 15p+14rb
TM: M. Dove 29p+9rb, Liu Sheng-yao 18p

Dacin 76-58 PY
Dacin: Tien Lei 24p+8rb, A. Foyle 13p+7rb
PY: Chien Chia-hung 16p, Chang Yu-lin 14p, R. Jennings 7p+15rb

Feb. 18
BOT 90-77 KKL
BOT: J. Vaudereuil 23p+13rb, Chen Shun-hsiang 18p, Hsu Chih-chang 14p+7rb
KKL: S. Hawkins 32p+11rb, Chang Jung-hsuan 15p, Chen Ching-huan 14p

PY 87-63 TM
PY: R. Jennings 20p+22rb, Chien Chia-hung 16p, Chang Yu-lin 14p
TM: M. Dove 18p+10rb, Ouyang Ching-heng 14p, Su Yi-chieh 13p+7rb

Saturday, February 19, 2011

2011 Mindao Cup International University Basketball Tournament


Six teams from four Asian countries will participate in the 2011 Mindao Cup International University Basketball Tournament, which will be held from Feb. 20-24 in Changhua County in central Taiwan.

The tourney, which is entering its third year, is organized by Mindao University, which finished 4th place last year -- the first year it's promoted to the University Basketball Association Division I after winning the Division II the previous year. Mindao advanced to the UBA quarterfinal round, which will be held later this year.

Six teams in this year's field include the host Mindao University, Hanyang University and defending champion Kyung Hee University of South Korea, Meiji University of Japan, City University of Hong Kong and National Kaohsiung Normal University of Taiwan.

The tourney will adopt a single round robin format with each team playing five game.




(Photos: Mindao University)

SBL Week 7 MVP: Shawn Hawkins


KKL import Shawn Hawkins was named SBL Week 7 MVP after a brilliant week during which he averaged an astonishing 45.7 points and 14.3 rebounds in three games.

Hawkins scored 137 points in three nights, including 43 points in the game vs. Taiwan Beer, 31 points against Taiwan Mobile and a SBL single game record 63 points against Yulon.

The American forward, who join KKL in mid season, said he would trade the scoring record for more wins. KKL head coach Lo Tien-ching said he gave Hawkins the green lights to showcase his offensive skills on the court since the team has been plagued by injuries this season.

Despite Hawkins' awesome performance, KKL ranked last in the seven-team league as of Saturday.

2010-11 SBL Weekly MVPs:
Week 7: Shawn Hawkins (KKL)
Week 6: Hong Chih-shan (PY)
Week 5: Yang Ching-min (TB)
Week 4: Rashad Jones-Jennings (PY)
Week 3: Rashad Jones-Jennings (PY)
Week 2: Yang Ching-min (TB)
Week 1: Tseng Wen-ting (Yulon)

(Photos: ESPN Taiwan)

SBL stats thru Feb. 15

1. S. Hawkins, KKL 26.1
2. M. Dove, TM 18.9
3. Chen Ching-huan, KKL 18.1
4. Chen Shun-hsiang, BOT 17.8
5. A. Foyle, Dacin 17.7

1. R. Jones-Jennings, PY 22.2
2. J. Dailey, Yulon 20.0
3. J. Faulknor, BOT 12.3
4. S. Hawkins, KKL 12.2
5. M. Dove, TM 11.4

1. M. Dove, TM 2.6
2. S. Bailey, KKL 2.0
3. Chou Shih-yuan, Yulon 1.9
4. Chen Ching-huan, KKL 1.5
5. J. Faulknor, BOT 1.5

Blocked Shots
1. Tseng Wen-ting, Yulon 3.5
2. J. Dailey, Yulon 2.2
3. M. Dove, TM 2.0
4. S. Bailey, KKL 2.0
5. E. Jones, TB 1.7

1. Wu Yong-jen, TM 3.9
2. Chen Chih-chung, Yulon 3.5
3. Chen Shih-nian, TB 3.3
4. Tseng Wen-ting, Yulon, 3.3
5. Yang Ching-min, TB 2.9

Monday, February 14, 2011

Hawkins scores 63 to set SBL single-game record

[In picture: Shan Hawkins]

-- KKL import Shawn Hawkins scored 63 points to set the SBL single-game scoring record in a 106-106 overtime loss to Yulon Sunday.

Hawkins shot 20 of 38 from the field, including 12-22 from two-point range and 8 of 16 from three, and made 15 of 18 free-throws to smash the 52-point mark set previously by former Yulon player Chen Hsin-an in 2005.

-- Chen Shih-nian made a go-ahead winner with 1.9 seconds left as Taiwan Beer escaped a furious rally by Pure Youth in the second half for a 76-75 victory.

PY import Rashad Jennings established the SBL single-game rebounding record with 33 in the game.

TB 76-75 PY
TB: D. Creighton 23p, E. Jones 20p+11rb, Wu Tai-hao 12p, Chen Shih-nian 8p
PY: R. Jennings 9p+33rb, James Mao 21p+7rb, Hong Chih-shan 27p

Yulon 116-106(OT) KKL
Yulon: Lu Cheng-ju 21p+11rb, J. Dailey 19p+24rb, Chen Chih-chung 14p+8a, Lin Kuan-lun 22p
KKL: S. Hawkins 63p+11rb, Chang Jung-hsuan 14p

TM 79-64 Dacin
TM: M. Dove 23p+12rb, Su Yi-chieh 16p, Liu Sheng-yao 15p
Dacin: Lin Yi-hui 16p, A. Foyle 14p, Tien Lei 10p

1. Taiwan Beer 15-3
2. Pure Youth 12-6
3. Yulon Luxgen 10-8
4. Dacin Tigers 9-9
5. Taiwan Mobile 6-11
6. Bank of Taiwan 5-11
7. Kinmen Kaoliang Liquor 4-13

R. Jennings (L) and Wu Tai-hao

Lin Kwan-lun of Yulon

Marcus Dove

Su Yi-chieh

(Photos: ESPN Taiwan)

Sunday, February 13, 2011

Yulon keeps Jermaine Dailey

[In pictures: Jermaine Dailey]

-- Yulon decided to keep Jermaine Dailey as its import until the end of the season, local media reported.
-- KKL import Shawn Hawkins exploded for 43 and 31 points respectively in the first two games after the Lunar New Year break and helped KKL to a upset win over Taiwan Beer.
- It seemed to me that KKL's Chen Ching-huan has been playing so much better since Hawkins' return.

Feb. 12
Yulon 84-67 BOT
Yulon: Chen Chih-chun 19p, Lu Cheng-ju 19p, J. Dailey 15p+25rb
BOT: Chen Shun-hsiang 21p, J. Vaudereuil 19p+10rb

PY 87-85 Dacin
PY: R. Jennings 17p+28rb, Hong Chih-shan 17p, James Mao 16p, Chien Chia-hung 16p+8rb
Dacin: Tien Lei 23p+10rb, A. Foyle 17p+11rb

TM 101-92 KKL
TM: M. Dove 27p+13rb+5s, Liu Sheng-yao 18p, Su Yi-chieh 15p
KKL: S. Hawkins 31p+20rb, Chen Ching-huan 18p+11rb, Chang Jun-hsuan 16p

Feb. 11
Dacin 78-71 BOT
Dacin: Tien Lei 24p+13rb, A.Foyle 22p+10rb
BOT: Chen Shun-hsiang 28p+10rb, J. Vaudereuil 15p, Hsu Chih-chang 13p+6rb

KKL 98-96 TB
KKL: S. Hawkins 43p+12rb, Chen Ching-huan 26p+8rb
TB: E. Jones 19p, Yang Ching-min 19p, Wu Tai-hao 14p

1. Taiwan Beer 14-3
2. Pure Youth 12-5
3. Dacin Tigers 9-8
3. Yulon Luxgen 9-8
5. Taiwan Mobile 5-11
6. Bank of Taiwan 5-11
7. Kinmen Kaoliang Liquor 4-11

Tien Lei (R) vs. R. Jennings

TM's Marcus Dove shoots over Shawn Hawkins

(Photos: ESPN Taiwan)

Tseng to sign with BJ League's Osaka Evessa

Local media reported that former Yulon Luxgen center Tseng Wen-ting will sign with Osaka Evessa of Japan's pro league BJ League next week.

Tseng is expected to receive more playing time in the BJ League, which allows teams to carry as many as five Western imports and one Asian import on their 15-man rosters.

The 204cm center chose the BJ League because Japan Basketball League (JBL), the other professional league in Japan, allows only two imports on each team.

BJ League adopts a 52-game regular season which ends in May. Top four teams in the Eastern and Western Division will advance to the playoffs. Osaka Evessa currently ranks second in the West with 19 wins and 11 losses.

Tuesday, February 01, 2011

SBL Week 6 MVP: Hong Chih-shan


Pure Youth point guard Hong Chih-shan was named SBL Week 6 MVP Tuesday, winning the weekly award for the first time this season.

Hong, a point guard known for his consistency and clutch shooting, won the media poll mainly because of his 31-point, 7-assists outburst in the 89-69 win over KKL Sunday. He averaged 15.6 points and 3.6 assists in the week. However, his season averages of 8.6 points and 2.5 assists were not particularly outstanding.

Hong had 17 points in the media poll, edging out teammate Rashad Jennings, who had 12 points and Emmanuel Jones, who received 11.

2010-11 SBL Weekly MVPs:
Week 6: Hong Chih-shan (PY)
Week 5: Yang Ching-min (TB)
Week 4: Rashad Jones-Jennings (PY)
Week 3: Rashad Jones-Jennings (PY)
Week 2: Yang Ching-min (TB)
Week 1: Tseng Wen-ting (Yulon)

(Photo: ESPN Taiwan)

Dailey leads Yulon to victory

[Picture: jermaine Dailey]

-- Jermaine Dailey, the second import Yulon Luxgen was testing, had 19 points and 15 rebounds in an 82-74 win over Taiwan Mobile Sunday.

-- Players and teams will have a mid-season break for 12 days due to the Lunar New Year vacation -- a traditional holidays for Taiwanese. The regular season will not resume until Feb. 11.

Jan. 30
TB 89-83 Dacin
TB: E. Jones 22p+15rb, Chen Shih-nian 20p, D. Creighton 16p
Dacin: A. Foyle 15p+12rb, Tien Lei 15p, Chen Tse-wei 14p

Yulon 82-74 TM
Yulon: J. Dailey 19p+15rb, Lu Cheng-ju 19p, Yang Che-yi 15p
TM: M. Dove 23p+12rb, Su Yi-chieh 14p, Wu Yong-jen 12p

PY 89-69 KKL
PY: Hong Chih-shan 31p+7a, R. Jennings 12p+26rb
KKL: S. Hwakins 28p+19rb, Chang Jung-hsuan 16p

1. TB 14-2
2. PY 11-5
3. Dacin 8-7
4. Yulon 8-8
5. BOT 5-9
6. TM 4-11
7. KKL 3-11