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(TORONTO, ON) – The Development Women’s National Team won their fourth game in a row, beating China for the second time in China, 72-60.

“This was a nice win to start our second tournament. We were our own worst enemy at times tonight with too many turnovers and a lack of patience on offence. But, we had some good stretches and won the game,” said Head Coach Fabian McKenzie.

Adut Bulgak, who scored 17 points with 12 rebounds, led Canada’s victory. Korissa Williams had 11 points and Quinn Dornstauder had 11 rebounds respectively. Jamie Weisner also scored 8-11 overall.

“We played through adversity tonight. The game was extremely physical but we didn’t shy away from attacking the rim. We found another level of toughness in tonight’s game,” said Adut Bulgak.

The team plays Czech Republic tomorrow at 7 am EST.

For full roster, click here.

For more information, please contact:
Bailey Williams
Manager, Communications
E-mail: bwilliams@basketball.ca
Cell: 647-460-7976

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