Championship Saturday of the 2011 15U & 17U Women's National Championships saw both Ontario teams take home gold. In the 15U division, Quebec took home silver; while British Columbia beat Alberta for bronze. In the 17U division, British Columbia won silver and Quebec beat Nova Scotia for the bronze.
The playoff round continued into Day 5 of the 2011 15U & 17U Women's Nationals Championships in Winnipeg. Both Ontario teams will be heading to the finals, where they will meet Quebec in the 15U championship and British Columbia in the 17U. Before the playoff round, Manitoba's Kerry Kuzbyt had great game in front of the hometown crowd leading to a win over Newfoundland.
Games began to get more intense as the 15U & 17U Women's National Championships moved onto its fourth day. The Nova Scotia 15's looked to improve on their undefeated record in the quarter-finals, but were in tough against a strong B.C. team. Over in the 17's bracket, Ontario continued its winning ways and Saskatchewan played B.C. tough until the very end.
Day 3 of the 2011 15U & 17U Women's National Championships in Winnipeg, Manitoba saw a near triple-double from Nova Scotia's Daneesha Provo. The day also included a thrilling overtime game between the hometown, Manitoba 15's against New Brunswick.
Another great day at the 2011 15U & 17U Women's National Championships saw a few team stay undefeated, plus two Junior Women's National Team members arrived in Winnipeg straight from Chile to join their provincial clubs.
Winnipeg, Manitoba - It was an exciting start to the 2011 U15 & U17 Women's National Championships in Winnipeg, Manitoba. The home-town team, Manitoba got it started with an intense overtime game versus Nova Scotia, but Newfoundland's Hannah Jardine stole the headlines with two exceptional individual performances.
(Toronto, Ont. / Winnipeg, Man.) — More than 450 of Canada’s most talented young basketball prospects will hit the hardwood from Aug. 1 to Aug. 6 for the 2011 Canada Basketball National Championships.
Basketball Manitoba is proud to be hosting the 2011 Canada Basketball Female National Championships this summer in Winnipeg at the University of Manitoba! To aid us in staging a high quality sporting event that Manitobans are well known for, we are calling on the basketball community to come forward and volunteer their time and be a part of the biggest basketball event in Manitoba this year!