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Melbourne City of Australia captured the first ever Asia Pacific Cup championship by defeating Taipei Deaf Sports Club, 64-61. The 1st Asia Pacific Cup tournament hosted by Deaf International Basketball Federation (DIBF) was held at at Manila, Philippines and had five teams.

Friday, December 14th - Day 2

Game 5
Manila City (PHL) 87 : 77 Queson City (PHL)

Q1: 25 : 19
Q2: 47 : 39
Q3: 64 : 62
Q4: 87 : 77

Game 6
Melbourne City (AUS) 58 : 64 Taipei Deaf Sports Club (TWN)

Q1: 21 : 20
Q2: 25 : 38
Q3: 49 : 51
Q4: 58 : 64

Saturday, December 15 - Day 3

3rd Place Game
Manila City (PHL) 104 : 66 Queson City (PHL)

Championship Game
Taipei Deaf Sports Club (TWN) 61 : 64 Melbourne City (AUS)

Q1: 21 – 16
Q2: 30 – 28
Q3: 41 – 45
Q4: 61 - 64

2012 DIBF Asia-Pacific Cup

1st - Melbourne City Deaf Basketball Club (AUS)
2nd - Taipei Deaf Sports Club (TWN)
3rd - Manila City Deaf Basketball Club (PHL)
4th - Queson City Deaf Basketball Club (PHL)