Basketball: BEIRA, FIBA U16 Women’s African Championship 2017

Five national teams compete at the FIBA ​​2017 African Women’s Championship in Beira, Mozambique.

Angola, Egypt, Mozambique (host), Mali and Zimbabwe have been fighting since the 5th and until August 12th for the two tickets offered to the African countries for the U17 FIBA ​​Women’s World Cup 2018 in Minsk, Belarus.

In a remake of the 2013 final, Mali, defending champions, faced Egypt in opening Saturday. Later in the day, Mozambique was facing Zimbabwe making its debut in the competition.

Angola began its FIBA ​​U16 Women’s Championship 2017 campaign against Mozambique on Sunday (August 6th).

The group stage is played in the form of a one-way championship. The first four teams will qualify for the finals (semi-finals, finals) which will be played in a knockout match.

The ranking match for the third place and the final will be played on the last day of competition (August 12th).

For the first time in the history of the 12-nation competition launched in 2009, only five national teams are participating in the event.

This is the second time that Mozambique is hosting the competition, after the 2013 edition where they finished in 3rd place.



Saturday 05 August 2017

Mali 63 – Egypt 33

Zimbabwe 39 – 48 Mozambique


Sunday 06 August 2017

Egypt 55-46 Zimbabwe

Angola 64 -Mozambique 57


Monday 07 August 2017

Mali 112 – 22 Zimbabwe

Angola 43 – 56 Egypt


Tuesday 08 August 2017

Zimbabwe – Angola (live)

Mozambique  –  Mali (live)

Par:  Patrick Hangue


Commentaires Facebook

0 commentaires

Articles similaires

Laisser un commentaire

Votre adresse e-mail ne sera pas publiée.

Bouton retour en haut de la page