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Final Standings
Group A
Standings
Quarter-Final Round
Group E
1.France 2-1
2.Spain 2-1
3.Germany 1-2
4.Bulgaria 1-2
Group F
1.Russia 3-0
2.Hungary 2-1
3.Belgium 1-2
4.Greece 0-3
Classification Round
Group G
1.Latvia 3-0
2.Czech R. 2-1
3.Israel 1-2
4.Poland 0-3
Group H
1.Turkey 3-0
2.Italy 2-1
3.Ukraine 1-2
4.Finland 0-3
Preliminary Round
Group A
1.Bulgaria 3-0
2.Greece 1-2
3.Czech R. 1-2
4.Finland 1-2
Group B
1.Hungary 3-0
2.France 2-1
3.Ukraine 1-2
4.Israel 0-3

Group C

1.Russia 2-1
2.Spain 2-1
3.Poland 1-2
4.Turkey 1-2

Group D

1.Belgium 2-1
2.Germany 2-1
3.Italy 1-2
4.Latvia 1-2

Group B
Final Standings
1.Belarus
2.Serbia/M.
3.Slovakia
4.G.Britain
5.Slovenia
6.Portugal
7.Lithuania
8.Holland
9.Sweden
10.Switzerl.
11.Ireland

Group B
Standings

Preliminary Round
Group A
1.Serbia/M. 4-1
2.Belarus 4-1
3.G.Britain 4-1
4.Slovenia 2-3
5.Switzerl. 1-4
6.Ireland 0-5
Group B
1.Slovakia 4-0
2.Holland 3-1
3.Lithuania 2-2
4.Portugal 1-3
5.Sweden 0-4
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Russia won EC U20 Championship 2006 (Photo: FIBA)
     
French Isabelle Yacoubou was MVP of the EC U20 2006 (Photo: FIBA)

   Day 8 of European Championship U20 women - July 16, 2006 - July 17, 2006
Russia were crowned the OSTCHEM U20 European champions on Sunday after emerging victorious in a close-fought final against hosts Hungary. France won bronze behind a strong display from Isabelle Isabelle Yacoubou (195-C-86).
Day 8 games

Final
Hungary - Russia 68-77

Hungary: Nikolett Somogyi (196-C-86) 19 points and 8 rebounds, Rita Ibolya Kollo (185-F-86) 13 points, Kata Honti (178-G-87) 12 points and 8 rebounds.
Russia: Tatiana Bokareva (191-C-86) 14 points and 18 rebounds, Elizaveta Rusakova (192-C-87) 11 points.
Game for 3rd and 4th place
France - Spain 64-55

France: Isabelle Yacoubou (195-C-86) 21 points and 14 rebounds, Julie Romy Bar (187-F-87)ennes (183-F-86) 10 points and 10 rebounds.
Spain: Ana Suarez (170-G-87) 9 points, Maria Pina (187-F-87) 8 points and 7 rebounds.
Game for 5th and 6th place
Germany - Belgium 72-76

Germany: Anna-Christie Gorg (190-F-87) 22 points nad 10 rebounds, Romy Bar (187-F-87) 21 points and 11 rebounds.
Belgium: Sara Leemans (178-G/F-88) 24 points, Marjorie Carpreaux (165-G-87) 19 points.
Game for 7th and 8th place
Greece - Bulgaria 63-73

Greece: Zoi Dimitrakou (188-F-87) 28 points, Nafsika Stavridou (182-G-86) 12 points.
Bulgaria: Radostina Slavova (186-F-86) 20 points, Ekaterina Dimitrova (182-G-87) 13 points.
Game for 9th and 10th place
Italy - Czech Republic 53-51
Italy: Lia Rebecca Valerio (180-G-87) 12 points, Sara Giorgi (187-F-86) 8 points and 11 rebounds.
Czech Rep: Iva Peklova (192-C-86) 18 points and 14 rebounds.
Game for 11th and 12th place
Latvia - Turkey 65-71

Latvia: Lauma Reke (188-F-86) 14 points, Kristine Silaraja (176-G-87) 13 points, Aija Brumermane (194-C-86) 10 rebounds.
Turkey: Dila Askin (170-G-87) 19 points, Isil Alben (170-G-86) 14 points, Hande Kayalar (175-G/F-86) 11 points.
Game for 13th and 14th place
Israel - Ukraine 58-77
Israel: Karin Agassi (172-G-88) 13 points, Liel Ohanon (182-F-88) 11 points and 8 rebounds.
Ukraine: Olexandra Gorbunova (186-F-86) 24 points and 14 rebounds, Ganna Zarytska (183-F-86) 11 points and 16 rebounds, Anna Pokoiova (188-F-87) 14 points and 9 assists.
Game for 15th and 16th place
Finland - Poland 61-90
Finland: Kira Kojola (177-F-86) 10 points.
Poland: Magdalena Leciejewska (191-C-86) 31 points and 12 rebounds, Katarzyna Suknarowska (170-G-87) 15 points.
Standings: Russia, Hungary, France, Spain, Belgium, Germany, Bulgaria, Greece, Italy, Czech Republic, Turkey, Latvia, Ukraine, Israel, Poland, Finland.

   Russia takes Div A title for the third time - July 16, 2006
The European championships have ended with Russia winning the event for the 3rd time. The Russian only dropped one game during the championships – a pool match against Spain – and having already beaten Hungary during the quarterfinal pool game started as favourites.
The Hungarians have proved difficult to beat in this championship and the Russians had to wait until the third quarter before they could make their mark on this game to open up consequent lead that they were able to defend until the end of the match.
France beat Spain for third place in another exciting match. France controlled the first half and appeared to be cruising towards victory. Spain step up their game in the third period and slowly fought their way back and briefly took the lead during the final period. France then managed to regain their composure and take final control of the game to pick up the bronze medal
Belgium started the last period 12 points down and yet ran out winner as the Germans ran out of steam in the last 90 seconds during their 5th and 6th place match. For Belgium who just survived relegation last season, this years final high placing is one of the surprises of the tournament. The sixth place of Germany is their best placing ever.
At the bottom end of the table the relegation of Poland is a shock, Poland finished 2nd last year

Last day Results:
Final: Hungary 68 - 77 Russia
Game for 3rd and 4th place: France 64 - 55 Spain
Game for 5th and 6th place: Germany 72-76 Belgium
Game for 7th and 8th place: Greece 63- 73 Bulgaria
Game for 9th and 10th place: Italy 53- 51Czech Republic
Game for 11th and 12th place: Latvia 65 - 71 Turkey
Game for 13th and 14th place: Israel 58 – 77 Ukraine
Game for 15th and 16th place: Finland 61 - 90 Poland

In terms of surprises the relegation of Poland, last years runner’s up.

The FIBA tournament all star team:
Isabelle Yacoubou (195-C-86) (France) + MVP
Silvia Dominguez (166-G-87) (Spain)
Andrea Somogyi (184-F-86) (Hungary)
Rita Ibolya Kollo (185-F-86) (Hungary)
Tatiana Bokareva (191-C-86) (Russia).




   Day 7 of European Championship U20 women - July 15, 2006 - July 15, 2006


Miljana Musovic



Pelagia Papamichail


Tournament hosts Hungary stunned defending champions France in overtime on Saturday to reach the final of the OSTCHEM U20 European Championship Women. Russia keep winning in the next stage game and beat Spain with 80-73. They will meet with host Hungary in the final game.

Day 7 games

Semi-Finals
France - Hungary 85-87

France: Isabelle Yacoubou (195-C-86) 29 points and 15 rebounds, Sylvie Gruszczynski (172-G-86) 17 points.
Hungary: Rita Ibolya Kollo (185-F-86) 22 points, Andrea Somogyi (184-F-86) 20 points and 7 rebounds, Romy Bar (187-F-87)bara Semsei (178-G-86) 17 points.
Spain - Russia 73-80
Spain: Anna Cruz (175-G-86) 18 points, Blanca Marcos (177-G/F-87) 15 points, Silvia Dominguez (166-G-87) 14 points.
Russia: Evgenia Belyakova (182-G-86) 19 points, Elizaveta Rusakova (192-C-87) 18 points.
Classification Games for 5th to 8th place
Germany - Greece 61-54
Germany: Romy Bar (187-F-87) 13 points and 8 rebounds, Anna-Christie Gorg (190-F-87) 13 points.
Greece: Pelagia Papamichail (189-F/C-86) 17 points and 6 rebounds.
Bulgaria - Belgium 81-84
Bulgaria: Radoslava Bachvarova (180-F-87) 32 points, Radostina Slavova (186-F-86) 16 points, Radostina Dimitrova (185-F-85) 8 points, 9 rebounds and 11 assists.
Belgium: Marjorie Carpreaux (165-G-87) 24 points and 10 assists, Virginie Michiels (179-F-87) 11 points.
Classification Games for 9th to 16th place
Israel - Finland 83-60
Israel: Mirav Dori (178-F-86) 20 points, Chen Nusel (176-G-86) 15 points, Shiran Zairy (170-G-86) 12 assists.
Finland: Tiia Huuhka (175-F-86) 16 points and 7 rebounds, Kira Kojola (177-F-86) 13 points.
Poland - Ukraine 61-80
Poland: Anna Pietrzak (167-G-87) 25 points, Agnieszka Kulaga (168-G-86) 11 points.
Ukraine: Olexandra Gorbunova (186-F-86) 25 points and 15 rebounds, Anna Pokoiova (188-F-87) 14 points, Olena Molokoyedova (190-C-87) 13 points.
Latvia - Italy 49-64
Latvia: Laine Kurpniece (183-C-86) 11 points, Aija Brumermane (194-C-86) 11 rebounds.
Italy: Chiara Pastore (170-G-86) and Eva Giauro (204-C-86) both scored 13 points.
Czech Republic - Turkey 73-80
Czech Rep: Michaela Zrustova (183-F-87) 20 points and 10 rebounds, Adela Necaskova (187-C-86) 11 points.
Turkey: Bahar Caglar (188-F-88) 21 points and 13 rebounds, Isil Alben (170-G-86) 11 points and 10 rebounds, Bakircioglu, M. 17 points. 



Sara Giorgi

   Day 6 of European Championship U20 women - July 13, 2006 - July 14, 2006
Spain made sure of their place in the semi-finals of the OSTCHEM U20 European Championship Women with a 69-46 defeat of Germany on Thursday. Defending champions France finished top of Group E despite a 72-65 defeat to Bulgaria. With three direct win in the quarter-final, Russia get the first place in Group F and access to the semi-Finals.

Day 6 games

Group E
Bulgaria - France 72-65

Bulgaria: Radostina Slavova (186-F-86) 32 points, Ekaterina Dimitrova (182-G-87) 16 points.
France: Isabelle Yacoubou (195-C-86) 16 points and 6 rebounds, Jennifer Digbeu (190-F/C-87) and Ramata Diakho (184-F-86) both scored 10 points.
Spain - Germany 69-46
Spain: Silvia Dominguez (166-G-87) 18 points, Blanca Marcos (177-G/F-87) 15 points.
Germany: Margret Skuballa (185-F-87) 17 points, Anna-Christie Gorg (190-F-87) 13 points and 13 rebounds.

Group F
Greece - Hungary 58-63

Greece: Anastasia Gkotzi (170-G-87) 21 points, Pelagia Papamichail (189-F/C-86) 16 points.
Hungary: Rita Ibolya Kollo (185-F-86) 11 points, Andrea Somogyi (184-F-86) 10 points and 10 rebounds.

Russia - Belgium 81-53
Russia: Evgenia Belyakova (182-G-86) 23 points, Tatiana Bokareva (191-C-86) 11 points and 14 rebounds.
Belgium: Sara Bas (195-C-87) and Marjorie Carpreaux (165-G-87) both scored 11 points.

Group G
Czech Republic - Israel 73-65

Czech Rep: Adela Necaskova (187-C-86) 19 points, Iva Peklova (192-C-86) 10 points and 11 rebounds.
Israel: Ekaterina Abramzon (186-F-87) 15 points, Shiran Zairy (170-G-86) 12 points.
Poland - Latvia 55-70
Poland: Anna Pietrzak (167-G-87) 13 points, Agnieszka Kulaga (168-G-86) 12 points.
Latvia: Edite Kresa (170-G-87) 16 points, Laine Kurpniece (183-C-86) 11 points and 12 rebounds.

Group H
Finland - Ukraine 67-79

Finland: Kira Kojola (177-F-86) 17 points, Minna Sten (186-C-87) 13 points and 9 rebounds.
Ukraine: Ganna Zarytska (183-F-86) 29 points and 20 rebounds, Olena Molokoyedova (190-C-87) 16 points ajd 10 rebounds.
Turkey - Italy 75-57
Turkey: Melike Bakircioglu (189-F-87) 16 points, Isil Alben (170-G-86) 13 points and 12 assists.
Italy: Chiara Pastore (170-G-86) 15 points, Sara Giorgi (187-F-86) 12 points.

   Day 5 of European Championship U20 women - July 12, 2006 - July 13, 2006


Olexandra Gorbunova

Hungary beat Belgium 74-68 to even their record at 1-1 in the Quarter-final Round of the OSTCHEM U20 European Championship Women. Defending champions France won for the second time in Group F with a 91-59 mauling of Germany. Russia beat Greece 71-46 in their second Quarter-final Round game.

Day 5 games

Group E
Spain - Bulgaria 61-56

Spain: Anna Cruz (175-G-86) 12 points, Itziar German (185-F/C-86) and Maria Pina (187-F-87) both scored 10 points.
Bulgaria: Jaklin Zlatanova (190-F-88) 18 points, Radostina Slavova (186-F-86) 15 points.
Germany - France 59-91
Germany: Margret Skuballa (185-F-87) 16 points, Anna-Christie Gorg (190-F-87) 14 points.
France: Isabelle Yacoubou (195-C-86) 18 points and 9 rebounds, Sylvie Gruszczynski (172-G-86) 14 points Assilamehou, Y. 12 points.

Group F
Russia - Greece 71-46

Russia: Tatiana Bokareva (191-C-86) 20 points and 14 rebounds, Elena Gogiya (191-C-87) 15 points.
Greece: Zoi Dimitrakou (188-F-87) 16 points, Balta, A. 7 points.
Belgium - Hungary 68-74
Belgium: Marjorie Carpreaux (165-G-87) 16 points, Ellen Lauwers (182-F-87) 13 points, Virginie Michiels (179-F-87) 16 rebounds.
Hungary: Kata Honti (178-G-87) 24 points and 10 rebounds, Rita Ibolya Kollo (185-F-86) 17 points and 7 rebounds.

Group G
Poland - Czech Republic 66-77

Poland: Anna Pietrzak (167-G-87) 19 points, Leciejewaka, M. 17 points and 13 rebounds, Agnieszka Kulaga (168-G-86) 13 points.
Czech Republic:  Tereza Kuthanova (180-F-87) 21 points, Adela Necaskova (187-C-86) 13 points.
Latvia - Israel 69-64
Latvia: Aija Brumermane (194-C-86) 21 points and 12 rebounds, Laine Kurpniece (183-C-86) 15 points and 13 rebounds.
Israel: Mirav Dori (178-F-86) 19 points, Chen Nusel (176-G-86) 16 points.

Group H
Turkey - Finland 88-58

Turkey: Isil Alben (170-G-86) 17 points, Gizem Yavuz (168-G-88) 16 points.
Finland: Henna Koponen (183-F-86) 17 points and 8 rebounds, Laura Valtakari (176-G-87) 11 points.
Italy - Ukraine 92-78
Italy: Valeria Battisodo (175-G-88) and Chiara Pastore (170-G-86) both score 25 points, Eva Giauro (204-C-86) 22 points.
Ukraine: Ganna Zarytska (183-F-86) 21 points, Olexandra Gorbunova (186-F-86) 20 points.



Chiara
Pastore
   Day 4 of European Championship U20 women - July 11, 2006
With One-day break, the next stage games reopen all round. France stormed out to a big lead early against Spain but had to hold on at the end before recording a 70-63 victory in Group E.Belgium fell behind early but clawed their way back to edge Greece 58-56 in Group F. In the other Group F contest, hosts Hungary lost for the first time, suffering an 82-55 defeat to Russia. Germany brought Bulgaria crashing down to earth with a 68-57 Group E triumph.

Day 4 games

Group E
Bulgaria - Germany 57-68

Bulgaria: Ekaterina Dimitrova (182-G-87) 22 points, Zlatanova, J. 14 points
Germany: Anna-Christie Gorg (190-F-87) 25 points and 13 rebounds, Skuballa, M. 13 points
France - Spain 70-63
France: Pauline Jannault (193-F/C-87) 25 points, Anael Lardy (170-G-87) 15 points, Yacoubou, I. 8 points and 11 rebounds.
Spain: Silvia Dominguez (166-G-87) 16 points, Cruz, A. 11 points.

Group F
Greece - Belgium 56-58

Greece: Anastasia Gkotzi (170-G-87) 14 points and 8 rebounds, Zoi Dimitrakou (188-F-87) 14 points and 6 rebounds.
Belgium: Virginie Michiels (179-F-87) and Marjorie Carpreaux (165-G-87) both scored 12 points, Lauwers, E. 11 points.
Hungary - Russia 55-82
Hungary: Kata Honti (178-G-87) and Dora Horti (195-C-87) both scored 10 points.
Russia: Tatiana Bokareva (191-C-86) 12 points and 10 rebouns, Rusakova, E. 12 points, Ryukhina, I. 11 points.

Group G
Czech Republic - Latvia 59-65

Czech Republic: Iva Peklova (192-C-86) and Michala Drachovska (183-F-86) both scored 8 points.
Latvia: Edite Kresa (170-G-87) 18 points, Laine Kurpniece (183-C-86) 16 points and 13 rebounds, Lauma Reke (188-F-86) 9 points, 7 rebounds and 4 assists.
Israel - Poland 77-61
Israel: Mirav Dori (178-F-86) 16 points, Alterman, S. and Zairy, S. both scored 12 points.
Poland: Agnieszka Kulaga (168-G-86) 17 points, Magdalena Leciejewska (191-C-86) 14 points and 10 rebounds.

Group H
Finland - Italy 54-62

Finland: Minna Raatikka (182-F-86) 14 points and 9 rebounds, Minna Sten (186-C-87) 9 points and 11 rebounds.
Italy: Valeria Battisodo (175-G-88) 15 points, Chiara Pastore (170-G-86) 14 points.
Ukraine - Turkey 79-92
Ukraine: Olexandra Gorbunova (186-F-86) 24 points, Ganna Zarytska (183-F-86) 18 points, Anna Pokoiova (188-F-87) 12 points and 11 rebounds.
Turkey: Hande Kayalar (175-G/F-86), Melike Bakircioglu (189-F-87) and Isil Alben (170-G-86) both scored 17 points.

   Day 3 of European Championship U20 women - Jul 10, 2006
In the Day 3 of European Championship U20 women, all the teams try to exert their whole energy to get the final opportunity for the Quarter- Final Round. The four teams have already get the access to the next stage game, but the rest of the teams will capture the last four tickets. Germany clinched their place in the next group phase with a 62-53-triumph over Italy. In Group C, Spain beat Russia 66-63 to win the race for top spot. Defending champions France also joined Hungary in progressing out of Group B after recording a 64-43 win over Israel earlier in the day. Greece still finished in second spot in Group A with the Czech Republic downing Finland 79-64 to take third place.
Then, the next stage teams are created.

Day 3 Game

Group A
Finland - Czech Republic 64-79
Finland: Raatikka, M. 11 points and 7 rebounds, Sten, M. 8 points and 8 rebounds.
Czech Republic: Podskalska, A. 24 points and 10 rebounds, Peklova, I. 14 points.
Bulgaria - Greece 53-52
Bulgaria: Slavova, R. 10 points.
Greece: Papamichail, P. 15 points, Vlani, E. 8 points.

Group B
Israel - France 43-64
Israel: Nusel, C. 10 points, Zaire, S. 9 points.
France : Barennes, J. 18 points and 12 rebounds, Gruszczynski, S. 11 points and 9 rebounds.
Ukraine - Hungary 63-92
Ukraine: Zarytska, G. 29 points, Gorbunova, O. 15 points.
Hungary: Vincze, V. 14 points, Horti, D. 13 points, Kollo, R. 10 points and 10 rebounds.

Group C
Spain - Russia 66-63
Spain: Marcos, B. 19 points, Dominguez, S. 15 points, Pina, M. 13 points and 5 rebounds.
Russia: Danilochkina, E. 21 points and 11 rebounds, Gogiya, E. 20 points and 12 rebounds.
Turkey - Poland 60-72
Turkey: Alben, I. 16 points and 5 rebounds, Kayalar, H. 10 points.
Poland: Leciejewska, M. 22 points and 17 rebounds, Kulaga, A. 21 points.

Group D
Italy - Germany 53-62
Italy: Giauro, E. 15 points and 12 rebounds, Battisodo, V. 11 points.
Germany: Skuballa, M. 25 points, Bar, R. 15 points and 7 rebounds.
Belgium - Latvia 60-86
Belgium: Lauwers, E. 17 points, Vandesteene, F. 12 points.

   Day 2 of European Championship U20 women-July 9,2006 - Jul 10, 2006
The most attractive game of all the Day 2 game was Hungary and France. Hosts Hungary stunned defending champions France with a come-from-behind victory by 73-70 at the OSTCHEM U20 European Championship Women in Sopron on Saturday evening. The result of this game will perhaps effect who as the first and second place of Group B. Hungary keep continuing balanced fight and 2:06 remaining best behaviour, have thus clinched a place in the next group stage while France must beat Israel on Sunday to be assured of advancing.
After Day 2 game, Bulgaria, Russia and Belgium were also the winners.

Day 2 Games:

Group A
Finland - Bulgaria
53-65
Finland: Sten, M. 13 points and 13 rebounds. Kojala, K. and Huuhka,T. both 9 points.
Bulgaria: Zlatanova, J. 20 points, Bachvarova, R 19 points and Slavova, R. 11 points, 7 rebounds.
Czech Republic - Greece 57-68
Czech Republic: Peckova, T. 14 points, Necaskova, A. 6 points and 6 rebounds.
Greece: Gkotzi, A. 17 points, Papamichail, P. 11 points and 8 rebounds.

Group B
Ukraine - Israel 75-68
Ukraine: Zarytska, G 18 points and 12 rebounds, Gorbunova, O. 13 points and 11 rebounds.
Israel: Nusel, C. 20 points, Dori, M. 15 points,
Hungary - France 73-70
Hungary: Horti, D. 18 points and 5 rebounds, Kollo, R. and Somogyi, A. both 12 points
France: Barennes, J. 17 points and 8 rebounds, Yacoubou, O. 14 points and 11 rebounds.

Group C
Spain - Turkey
72-74
Spain: Dominguez, S. 18 points, Pina, M. 15 points
Turkey: Alben, I. 20 points, Bakircioglu, M. 18 points and 6 rebounds
Russia - Poland 79-57
Russia: Reshetko, E. 16 points, Cherepanova, M. 11 points.
Poland: Leciejewska, M. 18 points and 20 rebounds.

Group D
Germany - Latvia 81-52
Germany: Bar, R. 27 points and 10 rebounds, Gorg, A. 15 points
Latvia: Brumermane, A. 16 points and 6 rebounds, Reke, L. 10 points and 6 rebounds.
Italy- Belgium 64-75
Italy: Visconti, A. 15 points, Giorgi, S. 7 points and 10 rebounds.
Belgium: Leemans, S. 25 points, Lauwers, E. 13 points.

   European Championship Women U20 Day One - Jul 8, 2006

On the first day of European Championship Women U20 in Hungary, the host nation got off a strong start in the game. Thanks to a balanced scoring attack, Hungary edged Israel 68-62 in a hard-fought contest.
The reigning champion France went on a 13-3 run over the next three minutes to open up a 75-67 lead. Les Bleus then outscored the Ukraine 9-1 to start the fourth quarter to open up a double-digit lead and take complete control of the game.
"Despite the score, we played very good defense," said French coach Francis Denis.
"It was very important for us to play more up-tempo in the second half.
" Assilamehou, who was used sparingly with France's U20 team last year, scored 21 points on 10-of-13 shooting from the field.
"It was very important we got off to a good start in this tournament," she said.

Day One Games

Group A
Greece-Finland 57-60
(18-20, 12-19, 14-8, 13-13)
Greece: Z.Dimitrakou 19 points and 7 rebounds. Finland: T.Huuhka 17 points and F.Ohtonen 7 rebounds.
Bulgaria-Czech Republic 74-60 (23-14, 19-15, 13-18, 19-13)
Bulgaria: E.Dimitrova 16 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists. Czech Republic: M.Zrustova 11 points and I.Peklova 9 rebounds.

Group B
France-Ukraine
95-81 (25-22, 28-20, 22-28, 20-11)
France: Y.Assilamehou 21 points and O.Vacoubou 9 rebounds. Ukraine: O.Gorbunova 24 points and 7 rebounds.
Israel-Hungary 62-68  (11-18, 14-16, 19-13, 18-21)
Israel: C.Nusel 22 points and M.Dori 6 rebounds. Hungary: R.Kollo 17 points and D.Horti 8 rebounds and 3 assists.

Group C

Poland-Spain 54-73 (11-18, 20-17, 8-21, 15-17)
Poland: M.Leciejewska 12 points, 12 rebounds and 2 assists. Spain: M.Pina 24 points and S.Dominguez 10 rebounds and 8 assists.
Turkey-Russia 60-65 (19-22, 15-16, 11-16, 15-11)
Turkey: B.Caglar 14 points and H.Carkci 6 rebounds and 3 assists. Russia: E.Danilochkina 17 points and E.Gogiya 9 rebounds.

Group D
Latvia-Italy
59-63 (10-10, 29-15, 8-21, 12-17)
Latvia: L.Kurpniece 13 points and A.Brumermane 8 rebounds. Italy: C.Pastore 18 points and S.Sarni 10 rebounds.
Belgium-Germany 62-45 (18-10, 26-15, 11-8, 7-12)
Belgium: M.Carpreaux 19 points and L.Malfait 7 rebounds. Germany: M.Skuballa 20 points and R.Bar 8 rebounds.

   Day 8 of European Championship U20 women Division B - July 16, 2006 - July 17, 2006
Belarus took advantage of their balanced fight, 4 players scored reach double-digit, won Serbia & Montenegro 66-58. They crowned the champion of European Championship U20 women Division B. By lose last game with Serbia & Montenegro, Great Britain seems to be no energy for the Bronze Medal game with Slovak Rep 52-84.
Day 8 games

Final
Belarus - Serbia & Montenegro 66-58

Belarus: Yuliya Dureika (179-G-86) 19 points, Anastasiya Verameyenka (192-C-87) 15 points and 11 rebounds, Viktoria Hasper (193-C-88) 13 points and 9 rebounds.
Serbia & Montenegro: Jelena Dubljevic (192-C-87) 15 points and 8 rebounds, Zorica Mitov (189-C-87) and Dajana Butulija (175-G-86) both scored 10 points.
Game for 3rd and 4th place
Slovak Republic - Great Britain 84-52
Slovak Rep: Barbara Gatialova (200-C-86) 15 points and 8 rebounds, Romana Vynuchalova (193-F/C-86) 13 points, Katarina Hrabakova (177-F-86) 11 points.
Great Britain: Kate Butters (178-F-86) 13 points, Angelina Browne (186-C-87) 10 points and 12 rebounds.
Game for 5th and 6th place
Slovenia - Portugal 62-56
Slovenia: Martina Dover (172-G-86) 15 points, Eva Komplet (182-F-86) 14 points and 8 rebounds.
Portugal: Nadia Tavares (176-F-88) 14 points, Carla Nascimento (171-G-86) 11 points.
Game for 7th and 8th place
Lithuania - Netherlands 74-61

Lithuania: Greta Luksyte (176-G-87) and Simona Petronyte (175-G-87) both scored 16 points, Simona Petronyte (175-G-87) 10 rebounds.
Netherlands: Leonie Kooij (187-F-86) 21 points and 10 rebounds, Anouk Biesters (181-G/F-86) 14 points.
Standings: Belarus, Serbia & Montenegro, Slovak Republic, Great Britain, Slovenia, Portugal, Lithuania, Netherlands, Sweden, Switzerland, Ireland.

   7 of European Championship U20 women Division B - July 15, 2006 - July 16, 2006
Slovak Republic lost their first game in the European Championship U20 women Division B with Belarus 59-66. They also miss the access to the final game. Serbia & Montenegro take advantage of their powerful performance and defeat Great Britain 77-68 and will contest with Belarus in the final game. Sweden win the vital game of this tournament and get 9th place.
Day 7 games

Game for 9th and 10th Place
Sweden - Switzerland 73-67
Sweden: Helena Klackenberg (183-F-86) 22 points, Johanna Kallman (172-G-87) 13 points, Nora Olheim (176-G-86) 11 points and 9 rebounds.
Switzerland: Jalinka Michaux (175-F-87) 13 points, Fanny Morend (174-F-89) 12 points, Marielle Giroud (180-F/C-87) 10 points and 14 rebounds.
Semi-Finals Round
Lithuania - Slovenia 55-69

Lithuania: Ieva Sulskyte (186-F-86) 12 points, Greta Luksyte (176-G-87) 11 points.
Slovenia: Eva Komplet (182-F-86) 28 points and 9 rebounds, Alenka Hozjan (168-G-87) 14 points.
Netherlands - Portugal 71-77
Netherlands: Leonie Kooij (187-F-86) 14 points and 11 rebounds, Naomi Halman (190-C-86) 10 points and 17 rebounds.
Portugal: Joana Lopes (185-F-86) 23 points, Celia Simoes (168-G/F-86)
Belarus - Slovak Republic 66-59
Belarus: Yuliya Dureika (179-G-86) 22 points, Alena Rynkevich (182-F-87) 18 points and 9 rebounds, Anastasiya Verameyenka (192-C-87) 10 points and 10 rebounds.
Slovak Rep: Romana Vynuchalova (193-F/C-86) 19 points, Andrea Oravcova (175-G-87) 16 points and 8 rebounds.
Great Britain - Serbia & Montenegro 68-77
Great Britain: Johannah Leedham (178-G-87) 22 points, Angelina Browne (186-C-87) 17 points and 12 rebounds.
Serbia & Montenegro: Jelena Dubljevic (192-C-87) 27 points, Miljana Musovic (180-G-87) 16 points.



Celia Simoes

   Day 6 of European Championship U20 women Division B - July 14, 2006 - July 15, 2006
Serbia Montenegro made sure of their place in the semi-finals of the OSTCHEM U20 European Championship Women Division B with Portugal 81-44. With five direct win in this tournament, Slovak Republic also access to the semi-final. They will meet with the two other teams Belarus and Great Britain to contest with the finals tickets. Sweden will have a competition with Switzerland for the 9th place.

Day 6 games

Classification Game for 9th to 11th Place
Sweden - Ireland
74-42
Sweden: Johanna Kallman (172-G-87) 14 points, Helena Rutberg 13 points.
Ireland: Edel Kelly (185-C-86) 11 points and 6 rebounds.
Quarter-final Round
Belarus - Lithuania
73-51
Belarus: Yuliya Dureika (179-G-86) 19 points, Anastasiya Verameyenka (192-C-87) 18 points and 14 rebounds, Alena Rynkevich (182-F-87) 16 points.
Lithuania: Gintare Petronyte (195-C-89) 10 points.
Slovak Republic - Slovenia 64-56
Slovak Rep: Andrea Oravcova (175-G-87) 18 points and 7 rebounds, Romana Vynuchalova (193-F/C-86) 12 points.
Slovenia: Marusa Furman (184-C-86) 17 points and 13 rebounds, Eva Komplet (182-F-86) 17 points.
Netherlands - Great Britain 57-63
Netherlands: Naomi Halman (190-C-86) 20 points and 11 rebounds, Leonie Kooij (187-F-86) 14 points.
Great Britain: Johannah Leedham (178-G-87) and Jennifer Leedham (170-G-86) both scored 23 points, Angelina Browne (186-C-87) 16 rebounds.
Serbia & Montenegro - Portugal 81-44
Serbia & Montenegro: Miljana Musovic (180-G-87) 19 points, Jovana Rad (187-F/C-87) 13 points, Jelena Dubljevic (192-C-87) 11 points and 9 rebounds.
Portugal: Celia Simoes (168-G/F-86) 9 points.

   Day 5 of European Championship U20 women Division B - July 12, 2006 - July 13, 2006
Serbia Montenegro create the biggest score difference with Ireland 90-25 in the preliminary round of OSTCHEM U20 European Championship Women Division B. Slovak Rep still keep their brilliant performance to beat Sweden with 89-49 and never lose any games in the first round. After preliminary round, only Ireland, Sweden and Switzerland have not get the tickets to the next round. Switzerland will meet with the winner of Ireland and Sweden to contest the 9th place.

Day 5 games

Group A
Switzerland - Great Britain 47-74

Switzerland: Marielle Giroud (180-F/C-87) 17 points and 17 rebounds, Morend, F. 8 points.
Great Britain: Angelina Browne (186-C-87) 25 points and 16 rebounds, Johannah Leedham (178-G-87) 20 points.
Ireland - Serbia & Montenegro 25-90
Ireland: Hannah Coen (173-G-87) 8 points.
Serbia & Montenegro: Miljana Musovic (180-G-87) 18 points, Dajana Butulija (175-G-86) 13 points, Jovana Petrovic (189-F-86) 12 points.
Slovenia - Belarus 61-82
Slovenia: Eva Komplet (182-F-86) 34 points, Ljubenovic, A. 7 points.
Belarus: Alexandra Tarasava (170-G-88) 17 points, Tatsiana Likhtarovich (179-G-88) 13 points, Anastasiya Verameyenka (192-C-87) 10 points and 12 rebounds.

Group B
Netherlands - Portugal 62-60

Netherlands: Leonie Kooij (187-F-86) 25 points, Naomi Halman (190-C-86) 8 points and 15 rebounds.
Portugal: Joana Lopes (185-F-86) 19 points and 9 rebounds, Tamara Milovac (186-C-86) 10 points and 8 rebounds.
Slovak Republic - Sweden 89 -49
Slovak Rep: Lucia Puchelova (176-F-87) and Zuzana Egedova (174-F-86) both scored 12 points, Adriana Gresnerova (179-F-86) 11 points and 8 rebounds.
Sweden: Camilla Fagerberg (180-F-86) 10 points.



Zuzana
Egedova

   Day 4 of European Championship U20 women Division B - July 11, 2006 - Jul 11, 2006 After one-day rest, all the teams put their all energy into the continuing games. With the best behaviour of Johannah Leedham (178-G-87), the Great Britain show us the perfect game of the Day 4 by defeating Belarus 63-59. Belarus also lost their first game in the tournament. Now Slovak Republic is the only one team which keep winning.

Day 4 games

Group A
Serbia & Montenegro - Switerland 76-50

Serbia & Montenegro: Jovana Rad (187-F/C-87) 24 points and 9 rebounds, Dunja Prcic (180-G-87) and Zorica Mitov (189-C-87) both scored 11 points.
Switzerland: Iva Bozicevic (178-C-88) 12 points, Marielle Giroud (180-F/C-87) 10 points, 11 rebounds and 5 assists.
Slovenia - Ireland 59 -48
Slovenia: Eva Komplet (182-F-86) 15 points and 8 rebounds, Kuzma, S. 14 points.
Ireland: Mairead Kirby (175-G-86) 15 points, Coen, H. 12 points.
Belarus - Great Britain 59-63
Belarus: Anastasiya Verameyenka (192-C-87) 16 points and 8 rebounds, Viktoria Hasper (193-C-88) 12 points and 8 rebounds.
Great Britain: Leedham, J. 30 points and 8 rebounds, Angelina Browne (186-C-87) 14 rebounds.

Group B
Portugal - Slovak Republic 50-72

Portugal: Joana Lopes (185-F-86) 24 points, Milovac, T. 10 points.
Slovak Republic: Andrea Oravcova (175-G-87) 18 points and 8 rebounds, Zuzana Egedova (174-F-86) 12 points.
Sweden - Lithuania 69-76
Sweden: Jenny Andersson (193-C-86) 15 points, Lisa Angefjord (172-G-86) 12 points.
Lithuania: Gintare Petronyte (195-C-89) 23 points and 13 rebounds, Giedre Kirstukaite (190-C-86) 13 points and 8 rebounds.

   Day 3 of European Championship U20 women Division B - July 9, 2006 - Jul 11, 2006


Joana Lopes

On the Day 3 game, Great Britain and Netherlands lose their first games in the tournament. Now Belarus was the only team keep winning, they take advantage of balanced fight and powerful defence, four players scored deboule-digit, create the biggest score difference in this series. All the teams have one day break for adjusting their statement.

Day 3 game

Group A
Great Britain - Serbia & Montenegro 40-69

Great Britain: Johannah Leedham (178-G-87) 12 points, Browne, A. 3 points and 10 rebounds.
Serbia & Montenegro: Miljana Musovic (180-G-87) 17 points, Mitov, Z. 14 points.
Switzerland - Slovenia 54-66
Switzerland: Marielle Giroud (180-F/C-87) 17 points, Ferrari, R. and Jakab, J. both scored 9 points.
Slovenia: Eva Komplet (182-F-86) 26 points, Kuzma, S. 9 points.
Ireland - Belarus 39-91
Ireland: O'Donoghue, A. 14 points.
Belarus: Yuliya Dureika (179-G-86) 14 points, Sinkevich, T. and Tarasava, A. both scored 13 points, Katsiaryna Sharkova (192-C-88) 7 points and 10 rebounds. 

Group B
Slovak Republic - Netherlands 59-54

Slovak Republic: Andrea Oravcova (175-G-87) 17 points, Matulova, S. 12 points, Vynuchalova, R. 11 points.
Netherlands: Leonie Kooij (187-F-86) 22 points and 6 rebounds, Anouk Biesters (181-G/F-86) 13 points.
Lithuania - Portugal 89-87
Lithuania: Greta Luksyte (176-G-87) 20 points, Gintare Petronyte (195-C-89) 16 points and 9 rebounds.
Portugal: Joana Lopes (185-F-86) 22 points, Larisse Lima (177-G-88) 11points and 9 rebounds, Nascimento, C. and Milovac, T. both scored 11 points.



Gintare
Petronyte

   Day 2 of European Championship U20 women Division B - July 8, 2006 - Jul 11, 2006
After Day 2 game, Great Britain, Belarus and Netherlands beat their own competitors and still keep winning. With Portuguese first game in this tournament, all the teams have shown on the stage of this series game.

Day 2 Game
Group A
Ireland - Switzerland 56-65
Ireland: Ailish O'Donoghue (180-C-87) 14 points and 8 rebounds, Kelly, E. 9 points and 8 rebounds.
Switzerland: Jakab, J. 12 points, Marielle Giroud (180-F/C-87) 10 points and 16 rebounds.
Slovenia - Great Britain 61-69
Slovenia: Eva Komplet (182-F-86) 18 points and 11 rebounds, Panic, S. 11 points.
Great Britain: Johannah Leedham (178-G-87) 23 points, Angelina Browne (186-C-87), 15 points and 15 rebounds.
Belarus - Serbia & Montenegro 71-68
Belarus: Anastasiya Verameyenka (192-C-87) 18 points and 13 rebounds, Viktoria Hasper (193-C-88) 19 points and 9 rebounds.
Serbia & Montenegro: Jelena Dubljevic (192-C-87) 25 points, Butulija, D. and Musovic, M. both scored 12 points.

Group B
Portugal - Sweden 60-56
Portugal: Joana Lopes (185-F-86) 26 points and 11 rebounds, Nascimento, C. 11 points.
Sweden: Lisa Angefjord (172-G-86) 15 points, Helena Klackenberg (183-F-86) 11 points and 14 rebounds, Olheim, N. 9 points and 14 rebounds.
Netherlands - Lithuania 74-68
Netherlands: Leonie Kooij (187-F-86) 36 points, Halman, N. 10 points.
Lithuania: Gintare Petronyte (195-C-89) 19 points and 13 rebounds, Sulskyte, I. 9 points.

   Day 1 of European Championship U20 women Division B - July 7, 2006 - Jul 10, 2006
While Division A boasts the top teams in Europe, there will be plenty of talent on show in Division B. They will play at the Division B event in Lithuania. All the Competitions of Day 1 are opening Between Group A and Group B. Portugal will take a bye on the first round.

Day 1 game

Group A
Switzerland - Belarus
53-78
Switzerland: Ferrari, R. 10 points, Giroud, M. 9 points and 9 rebounds.
Belarus: Likhtarovich, T. 18 points and 6 rebounds, Rynkevich, A. 13 points and 7 rebounds.
Great Britain - Ireland 57-24
Great Britain: Leedham, J 14 points, Browne, A. 13 points and 9 rebounds
Ireland: O'eilly, S. 6 points, O'onoghue, A. 4 points and 10 rebounds.
Serbia & Montenegro - Slovenia 67-44
Serbia & Montenegro: Rad, J. 17 points, Musovic, M. and Prcic, D both scored 12 points.
Slovenia: Komplet, E. 11 points and 10 rebounds, Verbole, K. and Hozjan, A. both scored 8 points.

Group B
Sweden - Netherlands 45-72
weden: Klackenberg, H. 11 points, Olheim, N. 10 points and 7 rebounds.
Netherlands: Kooij, L. 19 points, Halman, N. 17 points and 12 rebounds.
Lithuania - Slovak Republic 56 -58
Lithuania: Jasiunskaite, S. 10 points and 8 rebounds, Petronyte, G. 9 points and 8 rebounds.
Slovak Republic: Vynuchalova, R. 18 points and 5 rebounds, Oravcova, A. 12 points.


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