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Haru Basho 2006 - Winners
Makuuchi Yusho:M17 Heruwejima (14-1; 117 points)
Juryo Yusho:J10 Toschima (10-5; 112 points)
Makushita Yusho:m8 Ketsukai (13-2; 110 points)
Gino-sho:M17 Heruwejima (14-1; 117 points)
Kanto-sho:M14 Golynohana (11-4; 113 points)
M17 Heruwejima (14-1; 117 points)
Shukun-sho:not awarded
by Takanotaki, 2006/3/27

Haru Basho 2006 - Heruwejima wins the Yusho
After a two year stay in juryo, M17 Heruwejima wins the makuuchi yusho in his first tournament as maegashira. With a total of 117 points, he equated the Sumo Game's record for most points in a basho, set by Gaijingai in summer 2005, scoring three points more than the tournament's second best scorer, J8 Leonishiki.
In the last bout of the tournament, Yokozuna Doitsuyama (12-3) beat Ozeki Ekigozan (11-4) to remain the sole yokozuna of the game. Ekigozan, who required at least twelve wins for yokozuna promotion, will have another good shot at the yokozuna rank in the Natsu Basho, when he will need to win at least eleven times to be considered for promotion.
In Juryo, Toschima (10-5) beat Kashunowaka in a playoff for the yusho title due to higher total score, while Ketsukai (13-2) decided the makushita yusho in his favor, one win ahead of a group of three wrestlers.
With an average of 6.89 points per player and day, the Haru Basho 2006 was the highest scoring tournament in Sumo Game history so far.
by Takanotaki, 2006/3/27

 

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