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Chinese Taipei wins Championships in 1-Korf Korfball4 Format

After retaining 2-Korf titles Chinese Taipei continues their dominance in 1-Korf format by winning the finals in both the age groups U19 & U16. Taipei defeated Hong Kong in U16 finals by 17-3 goals. Malaysia U16 wins the Bronze medal in a close encounter against Thailand with a narrow margin of 1 goal.
In the U19 category of 1-Korf Chinese Taipei secured gold medal by defeating China by a massive margin. China could score only 2 goals in a reply of 15 goals scored by Chinese Taipei. Ya-Ni CHU from Taipei had a commanding game and was involved in sealing the win. Once again Malaysia could finish with the bronze medal with the win over 8-5 goals against Thailand. Even with the loss, Thailand made quite an impression with their skills and talent in both the categories.

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MVP in Different Categories:

1. U16 2-Korf Male MVP: Pacharaphat Snpaiboonphol (Thailand)
2. U16 2-Korf Female MVP: Pei-Chun Tsai (Chinese Taipei)
3. U16 1-Korf Male MVP: Yu-Hsin Chen (Chinese Taipei
4. U16 1-Korf Female MVP: Wing-Ka Lam (Hong Kong)
5. U19 2-Korf Male MVP: Sheng-Chieh Lin (Chinese Taipei)
6. U19 2-Korf Female MVP: Suet Ying Foo (Malaysia)
7. U19 1-Korf Male MVP: Lotion Cao (China)
8. U19 1-Korf Female MVP: Ya-Ni CHU (Chinese Taipei)

For more updates, please visit:
Official FB page, with updated results and images from games ➡️ facebook.com/3rd-IKF-ASIA-U19-U16-Korfball-Championships

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Chinese Taipei retains Championship in 2-Korf Korfball4

Chinese Taipei has maintained their perfect IKF Asia Korfball4 record by winning in both categories. In U16 category after beating Thailand in the Final with a remarkable score 21-7 and in U19 category became victorious after defeating China by 20-5 score. Once again Chinese Taipei underlined their strength in these 3rd IKF Asia Korfball4 championships. Hard work and determination pay off. The other Asian countries have even more work to do to bridge the gap with Chinese Taipei.
In the Bronze medal match for the U16 category, Hong Kong manages to win a medal for them in a very exciting encounter against Malaysia, final score 11-10.
Malaysia won the Bronze medal in the U19 category by defeating Thailand 11-4.

For more updates, please visit:
Official FB page, with updated results and images from games ➡️ facebook.com/3rd-IKF-ASIA-U19-U16-Korfball-Championships

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3rd IKF Asia U19 & U16 Korfball Championships 2018: Day 4 Results & Images

As Day 4 action of the 1-Korf progresses we are getting close to having a clear picture of ranking spots. Only six more matches to go in order to know the finalists. Mainly there were no surprises on Day 4 of the U19 & U16 championships, except Hong Kong defeated China in U16 (11:6). Malaysia took the revenge of their yesterday’s loss in 2-Korf format from Thailand. This may be attributed to obviously different game tactics used in both the formats. Taipei remains undefeated on Day 4 and close to reserve their spot in the finals. Tomorrow in the second half we will have finals and other ranking matches for the 2-Korf format.

Games can be followed live on Facebook page on 14 and 15 April 2018 https://www.facebook.com/OurSport.tv. Live results, matches schedule, game statistics, play-by-play, scorers and ranking pools will be available live from GYMNASIUM, THE AFFLILIATED JHONGLI SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL (JLSHS) OF NATIONAL CENTRAL UNIVERSITY.

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3rd IKF Asia U19 & U16 Korfball4 Championship 2018: Day 3 Results & Images

On the day 3 matches from 2Korf format were played starting with a very high scoring match of the day between Sri Lanka U19 and Chinese Taipei U19 (5: 49). Sheng-Chieh Lin of Taipei contributed the maximum number of goals for his team. The second match of the day played between Malaysia and Thailand in the U19 category was incredibly close game. Jyue-Yuan Teong of Thailand played the key role in seizing the victory by 11:13 in favor of Thailand.

China U19 put up a good fight in another close encounter with Chinese Taipei U19. In the end, Taipei gave a strong reply and won the match by 9:11.

For more updates, please visit:
Official FB page, with updated results and images from games ➡️ facebook.com/3rd-IKF-ASIA-U19-U16-Korfball-Championships

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3rd IKF Asia U19 & U16 Korfball4 Championships 2018: Day2 Results & Images

The second day was committed to Korfball4 with 1 korf format. The highlight of the day was the arrival of team Sri Lanka. They were received with a warm welcome from Chinese Taipei Korfball Association.

Thailand U16 team defeated China U16 by a margin of 6 goals, final tally at the end of match stood 12-6. This is an encouraging feat for the newest member of the korfball community. Thailand U16 also showed some resistance against the defending champions Chinese Taipei U16 by scoring 8 goals against 16 of Chinese Taipei.

For more updates, please visit:
Official FB page, with updated results and images from games ➡️ facebook.com/3rd-IKF-ASIA-U19-U16-Korfball-Championships

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3rd IKF Asia U19 & U16 Korfball4 championships 2018 Day 1: Results and images

3rd IKF Asia U19 & U16 Korfball4 Championships got off in style with a great opening ceremony at the Gymnasium, The Affliliated Jhongli Senior High School (JLSHS) of National Central University. Mr Che-Hung LIN, Deputy Sports Minister and Mr Edward HUANG, President of Chinese Taipei Korfball Association attended the opening ceremony.

Here are the results and pictures from day 1. The first day was dedicated to Korfball4 with 2 Korfs. The match between Malaysia and China in the U19 category was the game of the day decided by Golden Goal in favour of China.

For more updates, please visit:
Official FB page, with updated results and images from games ➡️ facebook.com/3rd-IKF-ASIA-U19-U16-Korfball-Championships

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3rd IKF Asia U19 & U16 Korfball4 Championships

IKF Asia U19 & U16 Korfball4 Championships will be played over six (6) days in Taoyuan City, Chinese Taipei in the period 10 – 15 April 2018.

Game schedule ➡️ https://ikf.org/?p=14046
Live streaming games on ➡️ facebook.com/OurSport.tv
Official FB page ➡️ facebook.com/3rd-IKF-ASIA-U19-U16-Korfball-Championships

Venue: GYMNASIUM, THE AFFILIATED JHONGLI SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL (JLSHS) OF NATIONAL CENTRAL UNIVERSITY

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3rd IKF Asia U19 & U16 Korfball4 Championships Fixtures are out

Mark your calendar as IKF Asia U19 & U16 fixtures are out. It starts from Tuesday 10 and ends with final on Sunday 15 April 2018 in Taoyuan City, Taiwan (Chinese Taipei), 3rd IKF Asia U19 & U16 Korfball Championships 2018 will take place; with 6 teams from Asia will compete to be crowned as the best team in Asia. The participant teams are Chinese Taipei, China, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Thailand and Sri Lanka. Thailand will have their first international appearance.

Games can be followed live on Facebook page on 10,14 and 15 April 2018 https://www.facebook.com/OurSport.tv. Live results, matches schedule, game statistics, play-by-play, scorers and ranking pools will be available live from GYMNASIUM, THE AFFLILIATED JHONGLI SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL (JLSHS) OF NATIONAL CENTRAL UNIVERSITY.

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IKF Council extends World Championship participation to 20 countries, sets rules for Korfball4 and Beach korfball

The Council of the International Korfball Federation met today in Dordrecht (Netherlands). One of the main topics on the table were a number of key decisions regarding the 2019 IKF World Korfball Championship due to be held in Durban (South Africa). Due to the growth of Korfball playing countries in Africa and the Americas and to avoid having to reduce the number of countries qualifying from Asia and Europe, the IKF Council has decided to increase the number of participating countries from 16 to 20. A new competition format has also been proposed within which the total duration of the event will not exceed 10 days, which has also been the duration of the previous two World Championships with 16 teams. Elimination matches will start immediately following the pool matches.

Qualification quota for each of the continental federations have also been decided, with normally 2 places for the Americas, 2 for Africa, 6 jointly for Asia and Oceania (with a minimum of 1 for Oceania) , and 10 for Europe. Detailed quota have been determined for different scenarios, depending on the number of countries entering the Pan-American Championship (2018), the All-African Championship (2018), the European Championship (Netherlands, 2018) and the Asia-Oceania Championship (Chiba, Japan, 2018).

Further, the Council set the rules for korfball4, a new and dynamic format where teams of 4 rather than 8 players compete. Both a one-korf format and a two-korf format for korfball4 have been regulated, enabling member countries to set up leagues and tournaments in either of the two formats. Also the beach korfball rules have been updated in preparation for the likely start of official championships in several continents.

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