Bengaluru’s Sanjana earns MVP award at NBA India camp

Sports Reporter
Tuesday, 5 June 2018

Greater Noida: Bengaluru girl Sanjana Ramesh and Rence Forthsky Padrigao of the Philippines were chosen ‘Most Valuable Players’ of the 10th Basketball Without Borders Asia Camp that concluded over the weekend here.

On the fourth and final day there were thrilling action with the 66 campers from 16 countries and territories in Asia-Pacific competing in championship games and a pair of All-Star games.

At the conclusion of the championship games, the two boys and two girls All-Star teams were announced. 

Greater Noida: Bengaluru girl Sanjana Ramesh and Rence Forthsky Padrigao of the Philippines were chosen ‘Most Valuable Players’ of the 10th Basketball Without Borders Asia Camp that concluded over the weekend here.

On the fourth and final day there were thrilling action with the 66 campers from 16 countries and territories in Asia-Pacific competing in championship games and a pair of All-Star games.

At the conclusion of the championship games, the two boys and two girls All-Star teams were announced. 

Whatever I have learnt here playing with international players and coaches I am going to take that back and share the knowledge. Basketball is my life and these four days at the camp were the best I have had in my life. 
— Sanjana Ramesh
(Girls MVP, India)

I have not only improved as a basketball player but also as an individual. The focus here was on your overall development at the personal and professional level, and I am glad to have won MVP at the end of all of it. 
— Rence Forthsky
(Boys MVP, Philippines)

The Awardees:
Boys: Grit Award: Taine Murray (New Zealand); High-Flyer Award: Lachlan Joseph Bofinger (Australia); 3-Point Champion: Amir Hossein (Iran); All-Star Game MVP: Chen Chiang-Shuan (Chinese-Taipei); MVP: Rence Forthsky (The Philippines).
Girls: Grit Award: Vaishnavi Yadav (India); 3-Point Champion: Indiah Bowyer (Australia); All-Star Game MVP: Dan Zhao (China); MVP: Sanjana Ramesh (India).

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