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Division A: Spain beats Russia in second straight final, defends the title Debrecen - Aug 27, 2012

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Russia - Spain 46-59
Spain was too strong for Russia tonight 59-46 in the gold medal game at U20 EuroBasket in Debrecen. It means that Spain defended the title which they won last summer in Novi Sad. A year ago Spain also outplayed Russia in the title game 62-53. Queralt Casas (180-G-92) stepped up for the winners tonight with 17 points and 5 rebounds. Laura Gil (190-C-92, agency: Josep and Nicolas) had double-double of 10 points and 16 boards, while Inmaculada Zanoguera (177-G/F-93) added 10 points and 6 rebs. Gil was the MVP of this meeting with valuation 21. In Russia, Ksenia Tikhonenko (190-F/C-93, agency: Ryzhov Stanislav) had 12 points and 6 rebounds, and Yulia Poluyanova (187-F-92) posted 10 pts. Galina Kiseleva (184-F-93) followed them with 9 points and 8 boards. Spain limited Russia to just 4 points in Q1 and was up by 8 after it (12-4). Spain was constantly in charge for rest of the game. They jumped to plus 13 at the middle of Q4 and question about the winner was resolved. Quarters: 12-4, 14-15, 16-13, 17-14. Turkey won the bronze medal in Debrecen. Ksenia Tikhonenko is named MVP of the tournament.

Holland - Turkey 56-58
Turkey won the bronze medal at U20 EuroBasket in Derbecen. They grabbed 58-56 thriller win against Holland in the last day of the competition. Turkey shined from the start making plus 7 in the first ten minutes and later they jumped to 40-28 until the halftime. Each of two teams scored 10 points in Q3 and than Holland took control on its rival. They cut the margin to 56-54 with 1:47 remaining in the game, but the ice-cool Emel Guler nailed the shot that ultimately won the game and ended what would have been an epic and fairytale finish for the crestfallen Dutch. It is important to mention that Holland came to minus 2 again and they missed two lay-ups and one jump shot in the last 36 seconds of the game. Ayse Cora (175-G/F-93) led Turkey with 17 points in this meeting. Olcay Cakir (180-PG-93) had 15 points and 6 assists, while Ecem Guler (189-PF-92) added 9 points and 9 rebs. In defeat, Sharon Lammerink (189-C-93) was better than the others with 15 points and 10 rebounds. Marlou De Kleijn (182-F-92, agency: Regeneracom Sports) and Richelle Van Der Keijl (196-C-93) (9 rebs) netted 14 and 10 points respectively. Holland was 0-18 from three-point range until the late intervention of Lammerink who hit three in a row during the last couple of minutes. Spain defended the title in Debrecen with 59-46 win over Russia.

Places 5-6
Sweden - France 46-66
France finished as the fifth ranked team of U20 EuroBasket in Debrecen. They downed Sweden 66-46 in the last day of the competition. Sweden ended as No.6. Second quarter was the crucial on in this meeting as France limited its rival to just 3 points, while they drained 17 pts at the other side. Quarters: 17-12, 17-3, 15-17, 17-14. Christelle Diallo (193-C-93) led the winners with 13 points and 7 rebounds. Alice Nayo (186-C-93) (6 rebs) and Adja Konteh (173-G/F-92) helped with 10 points each. In the loosing squad, Farhiya Abdi (188-F-92) (6 rebs) and Amanda Zahui (190-C-93) (5 rebs) scored 11 points apiece. Binta Drammeh (180-F-92) followed them with 6 points and 6 rebounds, with poor shot percentage. Spain defended the title in Debrecen with 59-46 win over Russia. Turkey won the bronze medal.

Places 7-8
Ukraine - Belarus 79-62
It was a game for the seventh place at U20 EuroBasket in Debrecen. Ukraine had no troubles to beat Belarus with comfortable 79-62. So Ukraine ended as the 7th ranked team at this event, while Belarus in No.8. Ukraine was up by 3 at the halftime and jumped to plus 8 with one quarter left in the game. They drained 26 points for the last ten minutes, while limiting Belarus to 17, what was enough for comfortable win at the end. Alina Iagupova (186-G-92, agency: LBM Management) once again was a key player in Ukraine and she almost had triple-double in this game: 31 points, 9 rebounds and 8 assists (valuation 31). Oleksandra Chek (191-C-93, agency: New Trend Agency) also was great adding 14 points and 15 rebounds, while Miriam Uro-Nile (190-C-94) helped with 9 pts. In defeat, Maryia Papova (186-PF-94) shined with 23 points and 10 rebounds. Maryia Filonchyk (187-PF-92) had 12 points and 6 boards, while Alena Holubeva (176-PG-94) stopped to 8 pts and 5 rebs. Spain defended the title in Derbecen with 59-46 win over Russia. The Bronze belongs to Turkey.

Group G
Italy - Latvia 83-59
Italy survived in Division A of U20 EuroBasket in Debrecen. They won Group G with perfect 6-0 record and that is enough for 13th place at this event. At the other side, Latvia finished as third ranked team in this pool (15th place) with 3-3 record. They will compete in Division B next summer. Italy shined in the second half of the game to beat Latvia on Sunday. Quarters: 13-10, 18-18, 24-12, 28-19. Caterina Dotto (167-PG-93) (5 rebs) and Irene Cigliani (177-F-92) scored 14 points each for the winners. Stella Panella (178-F-93) followed them with one point less. Dita Rozenberga (181-F-92) answered with 11 points and 6 rebs in defeat, while Krista Bridina (174-PG-94) had one point less than her. Guna Lagzdina (187-C-93) collected 9 points and 5 boards. Spain defended the title in Debrecen with 59-46 win over Sweden. The Bronze belongs to Turkey.

United Kingdom - Portugal 54-62
Both teams faced with relegation to Division B at U20 EuroBasket in Derbecen. Portugal finished as the second ranked team of Group G with 3-3 record, while UK closes the standings in this pool with 0-6. It means that Portugal ended as No.14 in Debrecen and UK is the last ranked team - No.16. Jessica Almeida (172-PG-93) led Portugal to victory in the final day with 20 points. Daniela Domingues (176-G/F-92) scored 18 and Vitoria Pacheco (179-C-92) added 8 points, plus 5 rebounds. In the loosing squad, Cheridene Green (187-C-95) was better than the others with double-double of 14 points and 14 rebounds. Olufemi Hamilton (170-G-93) scored 12 points and starter Francesca Whitby (175-G-92) stopped to 7 pts, plus 5 boards. Spain defended the title in Debrecen. They handed 59-46 loss to Russia in the big final. Turkey won the bronze medal.   

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FINAL Slovenia - Spain 63-73 Spain celebrated the Gold medals in Matosinhos. They outscored Slovenia in the exciting Final. Angela Salvadores (178-PG-97, college: Duke, agency: ProDep Management) provided 19 points to lead the champions. The victory marked the fifth triumph for the Spanish team in the last six editions of the championship. Spain grabbed a 20:15 lead after the opening quarter. Slovenia pulled within a single point at halftime 36:37. Spain however held their opponents to j...   [read more]

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Men Women
European Championships U20 Final Standings
 1. Spain
 2. Slovenia
 3. Russia
 4. France
 5. Hungary
 6. Italy
 7. Belgium
 8. Latvia
 9. Serbia
 10. Poland
 11. Sweden
 12. Portugal
 13. Holland
 14. Lithuania
 15. Turkey
 16. Bosnia
European Championships U20 Final Standings Div.B
 1. Germany
 2. Slovakia
 3. Croatia
 4. Belarus
 5. Greece
 6. Czech Rep.
 7. Israel
 8. U.Kingdom
 9. Ukraine
 10. Romania
 11. Iceland
 12. Ireland

No standings available

Stats Leaders
Points Per Game
  Avg: 23
 1. Brcaninovic, BIH23.0 
 2. Goncalves, POR20.0 
 3. Strautmane, LAT18.7 
 4. Nogic, SRB18.6 
 5. Bankole, FRA17.4 
 6. Uzun, TUR17.3 
 7. Prezelj, SLO16.9 
 8. Ndiba, NED16.4 
 9. Salvadores, ESP16.4 
 10. Juskaite, LTU16.1 
Rebounds Per Game
 Olbis Futo ANDRE
  Avg: 15.5
 1. Andre, ITA15.5 
 2. Djaldi-Tabdi, FRA12.1 
 3. Ndiba, NED11.6 
 4. Djordjevic, SRB11.0 
 5. Mununga, BEL9.9 
 6. Wadling, SWE9.7 
 7. Bankole, FRA9.6 
 8. Ocvirk, SLO9.3 
 9. Senicar, SLO8.9 
 10. Puc, POL8.6 
Assists Per Game
  Avg: 7.3
 1. Studer, HUN7.3 
 2. Burovaya, RUS6.1 
 3. Ramette, BEL5.4 
 4. Katanic, SRB5.1 
 5. Aho, HUN4.7 
 6. Berkani, FRA4.1 
 7. Santucci, ITA4.0 
 8. Niemojewska, POL4.0 
 9. Domuzin, BIH4.0 
 10. Westerik, NED3.9 
Steals Per Game
  Avg: 3
 1. Goncalves, POR3.0 
 2. Kozik, RUS3.0 
 3. Foppossi, FRA2.6 
 4. Conde, ESP2.6 
 5. Katanic, SRB2.4 
 6. Ramette, BEL2.4 
 7. Berkani, FRA2.1 
 8. Ndiba, NED2.1 
 9. Kovacevic, BIH2.1 
 10. Ari, TUR2.1 
Blocks Per Game
  Avg: 2.1
 1. Senicar, SLO2.1 
 2. Stocklassa, SWE2.1 
 3. Dreimane, LAT2.0 
 4. Strautmane, LAT1.7 
 5. Djaldi-Tabdi, FRA1.7 
 6. Perez-Araujo, ESP1.6 
 7. Meskonyte, LTU1.6 
 8. Camber, SWE1.3 
 9. Andre, ITA1.3 
 10. Parzenska, POL1.3 
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