WCBA: Beijing grabs three-game winning streak, Jiangsu remains top of the table

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Chengdu, China October 28 (Xinhua) - League benchmark remains the top Jiangsu the table after a narrow victory over ninth ranked Shanxi 59-55, while Beijing Hebei defeated 74-63 in the tenth round of the Women's Chinese Basketball (MEF) which links here Wednesday.

Jiangsu, who had led the league in points per game, was met with fierce defense of Shanxi as their players shot only 37.7 percent from the field, its lowest mark, except for the loss of inner Mongolia

Jiangsu led most of the time, but the difference was not more than nine points. Roundhouse Shanxi escaped a comeback in the last six seconds when Wu Tongtong was fouled and a pair of free throws won, but Wu lost one, tying the score at 59-55, and Jiangsu survived a tough fight after to grab the rebound.

. Jiang Jiayin Jiangsu was the score with 18 points, while Fu Jinqiu Shanxi ended with the figure impressive 24 rebounds

After beating Shanxi, Jiangsu still leads the table with just one defeat inner Mongolia on Sunday

Beijing won 25-17 and 17-10 in the second and third quarter, respectively, against Hebei, It is leading as much as 26 points in the third. Despite losing the final ten points 21-15, Beijing still sealed their third straight win

. Qi Yu had a double-double in Beijing with 11 points and 12 rebounds. The execution of a rotation of seven players, Hebei fought tenaciously as four of their starters scored more than ten points

. The day saw another game Henan move beyond Tianjin 83-71.

Three games remain to be played in the tenth assault. Sichuan is playing against Sichuan, Dongguan will face Xinjiang, Shaanxi and will hit Fujian on Thursday. End Follow China.org.cn on Twitter and Facebook to join the conversation.ChinaNews application downloads

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