Jordan Falcons to play Turkish teams ahead of Women’s Asia Cup

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(Photo: Handout from the Jordan Basketball Federation)
AMMAN — The women’s national basketball team, which is attending a training camp in Turkey that runs until the end of the month, is set to play Istanbul University, as part of preparations for the second level of the Women’s Asia Cup, being hosted in Jordan from November 7 to 13. اضافة اعلان

The Falcons will play Emlak2 on Thursday in Bakirkoy in Turkey, and another match will take place on Friday with Khalkedon; the Falcons will also play against Emlak2 again on Saturday, before concluding the short camp in a final match with Uludag TBL1 on Sunday. 

This camp comes in accordance with the team management’s vision to increase harmony and maintain the team’s readiness ahead of the cup. 

The delegation was led by member of the board of directors of the Jordan Basketball Federation and the president of the Women’s committee, Dina Halaseh, along with manager Faisal Nsour, assistant coach Nayef Asfour, fitness coach Ahmed Samir, therapist Loaay Al-Marayat, team administrator Lama Khalifeh, and 14 players.

In addition, the delegations to the Women’s Asia Cup will begin arriving in Jordan on November 3, the Kazakh team will be the first to arrive, followed by Syria, Iran, and Lebanon, who are set to arrive on November 4, while Indonesia will be the last to come. 

The national team is in group two, along with Kazakhstan and Indonesia, while group one consists of Lebanon, Iran, and Syria. 

The Falcons will begin their run with Indonesia at 7pm on Monday, November 8, and will play Kazakhstan the next day at the same time.  

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