[[3:17.1390]] Ogasawara Reaches 2018 CCT City of Perth Ladies International Semifinals

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Ogasawara Reaches 2018 CCT City of Perth Ladies International Semifinals

Mar 30 - Apr 1, 2018

Sapporo, Japan
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Ayumi
Ogasawara

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Third
Yumie
Funayama

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Second
Kaho
Onodera

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Lead
Anna
Ohmiya

 
Games: 7  
Record: 5W - 2L  
PF/G: 8.37  
PA/G: 5.71  
Hammer Efficiency: 0.30  
Steal Defense: 0.05  
Force Efficiency: 0.56  
Steal Efficiency: 0.37  
Ayumi Ogasawara (Sapporo, JPN) run at the 2018 CCT City of Perth Ladies International came to an end in the semifinals with a 5-4 loss to Isabella Wrana (Sundbyberg , SWE). of the 2018 CCT City of Perth Ladies International in Perth, Scotland; Ogasawara advanced through the quarterfinals with a 8-6 win over Jackie Lockhart (Edinburgh, SCO). of the 2018 CCT City of Perth Ladies International in Perth, Scotland;
 
Ogasawara finished 4-1 in the 16 team CCT City of Perth Ladies International qualifying round, held March 30 - April 1, 2018 in , . In their opening game, Ogasawara defeated Claire Hamilton (Edinburgh, SCO) 7-3, then went on to lose 8-4 against Wrana. Ogasawara responded with a 5-2 win over Maggie Wilson (Perth, SCO). Ogasawara won 5-3 against Lisa Davie (Aberdeen, SCO), then won 8-1 against Ursi Hegner (Uzwil, SUI) in their final qualifying round match.
 
Ogasawara earned 17.139 world rankings points for their Top 3 finish in the CCT City of Perth Ladies International. Ogasawara move up 2 spots after posting a net gain of 13.768 points improving upon their best results so far this season, ranking 35th overall with 213.584 total points on the World Ranking Standings. Ogasawara ranks 28th overall on the Year-to-Date rankings with 120.342 points earned so far this season.
 

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