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12/12/2018
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U15 Women's Oceania best named to the All-Star Five

PAPUA NEW GUINEA (FIBA U15 Women's Oceania Championship) - The Women's division of the FIBA U15 Oceania Championship showed that Women's basketball in the Oceania region is thriving. The skills displayed by the All-Star Five is a testament to the high-level of talent that girls in the region can strive for, check out the standout individuals of the tournament.

Chaliss Dunn (AUS) - 17.2 PPG, 5.0 RPG, 1.6 APG

Dunn was a picture of consistency throughout the tournament. The 5'11 forward scored above 20 points twice and shot a near-perfect 9/11 from the field. Dunn was also named the Finals MVP.

Tyla Paraha (SAM) - 20.8 PPG, 2.8 RPG, 2.6 APG

Paraha was a scoring savant for the bronze medalists, Samoa. The 5'7 recorded a historical tournament-high in points with 42 points in their win against Papua New Guinea.

Missy Nuku (NZL) - 6.4 PPG, 3.4 RPG

Nuku's floor generalship has steered NZL to the Final game. The steady hands and calm demeanor in the court was the engine to run NZL's motor.

Paige Price (AUS) - 11.4 PPG, 3.6 RPG, 1.6 APG

Price's versatility on both ends of the court helped the Sapphires assert their dominance throughout the tournament. The 6'0 forward was all over the floor and showed her versatility is a tremendous asset to the team.

Luisa Fakalata (AUS) - 11.6 PPG, 1.6 RPG, 1.0 APG

Fakalata's best game came against NZL in their first match-up when she scored 16 points on a scintillating 8/10 shooting. The 5'9 guard can be seen as the catalyst to their suffocating pressure defense.

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