Division B, Final game: United Kingdom
beats Slovakia in thriller to win the title in Kavadarci - Jul.
United Kingdom - Slovakia
United Kingdom grabbed 47-46 thriller win against Slovakia to end as
No.1 in Kavadarci. Both teams already earned a promotion for
Mairi Buchan (188-F/C-90) and
Mary Durojaye (188-F-90) had 13 and 12 points respectively in
this victory. Buchan pulled down 8 rebounds beside that, while
Durojaye had 6. In Slovakia,
Klaudia Lukacovicova (193-C-90) collected 16 points and 5
Portugal - Czech Republic
Czech Republic finished as third ranked team in Kavadarci, but that
was not enough for Division A next year.
Katerina Bartonova (171-G-90) top-scored in victory today with
Sofia Silva (187-C-90) replied with 16 points and 6 rebounds in
Israel - Hungary
Hungary blasted Israel in the game for fifth place in Kavadarci.
Lilla Horvath (182-F-90, agency:
Laszlo Vinko Services) on fire with 21 points. She also grabbed
13 rebounds in this meeting. On the other side, Israel got 11 points
Eloisa Katz (182-F/C-91).
Belgium - Greece
Belgium is the seventh ranked team at this event, after they
outsmarted Greece 58-52.
Nele Poffyn (173-G-91) paced Belgium to victory with 16 points
and 5 rebounds. Greece got 24 points and 7 rebs from
Ioanna Diela (175-F-90).
Division B in Kavadarci: Slovakia and
United Kingdom beat their rivals in the Semis - Jul. 24, 2010 Slovakia - Czech Republic
Slovakia grabbed tiny 53-50 win against Czech Republic advancing to
Big Final in Kavadarci. At the same time, Slovakia earned a
promotion to Division A. They got 19 points from
Veronika Cernakova (174-G-90) today, while
Maria Felixova (190-C-90) added 18 pts and 13 rebounds.
Alena Hanusova (187-C-91) shined in loss with 16 pts and 14
Portugal - United Kingdom 40-59
The UK cruised past Portugal and will meet Slovakia in the Big
Final. With this victory United Kingdom already secured a spot for
Mairi Buchan (188-F/C-90) top-scored for them with 10 pts (8
Sofia Silva (187-C-90) had 11 pts and 11 boards in defeat.
Belgium - Israel
Israel was better than Belgium and will meet Hungry in the battle
for fifth place in Kavadarci.
Naama Shafir (170-G-90) paced Israel to victory today with 15
points and 7 rebounds.
Emmanuella Mayombo (170-G-92) had 13 pts and 8 boards in defeat.
Hungary - Greece
Hungary had an easy job against Greece making a first step forward
to position No.5 in Kavadarci.
Dominika Gergely (175-G-91) and
Reka Balint (181-F-91) scored 13 points each in victory. Greece
did not have anyone with double digits in scoring.
FYR Macedonia - Austria
The host of U20 EuroBasket Division B avoided the last place at this
event as they blasted Austria 78-60 in Game Two.
Jelena Antik (187-F-91) once again shined in FYROM collecting 25
points and 14 rebounds. Austria got 14 pts and 7 boards from
Sarah Schicher (188-F-90).
Division B: Quarterfinals in Kavadarci
- Jul. 23, 2010 Czech Republic
Czech Republic destroyed Greece and will meet Slovakia in the
Alena Hanusova (187-C-91) stepped up for the winners with 16
points and 9 rebounds.
Anna Kavasila (186-F/C-91) replied with 12 pts and 10 boards in
Slovakia - Hungary
OT win for Slovakia, who secured a passage through the Quarterfinals
in Kavadarci. Their key player today once again was
Klaudia Lukacovicova (193-C-90) with 18 points and 12 rebounds.
Orsolya Szecsi (187-F-92) had 11 pts and 13 rebounds in defeat.
Portugal - Belgium 59-40
Maria Correia (174-G/F-91) came up with 18 points and 8 rebounds
for Portugal today. They advanced to Semifinals and will meet United
Kingdom. Belgium did not have anyone with double-digits in scoring.
United Kingdom - Israel
United Kingdom advanced to Semifinals in Kavadarci after 72-65 win
Mary Durojaye (188-F-90) led the UK with 12 points and 9
rebounds. Israel got 23 points from
Naama Shafir (170-G-90).
Austria - FYR Macedonia
Milena Lazarevic (178-F-91) had 25 points and 7 rebounds for the
Jelena Antik (187-F-91) collected 25 points, 12 rebounds and 5
assists in defeat.
Division B: Preliminary Round is over in
Kavadarci - Jul. 21, 2010
Greece - Slovakia
Slovakia blasted Greece advancing to Quarterfinals as No.2 of Group
A with almost perfect 3-1 record.
Veronika Cernakova (174-G-90) exploded with 20 points in this
game. On the other side, Greece got 9 points from
Anna Kavasila (186-F/C-91) and they also reached the next stage,
but as No.4.
Portugal - Austria
Portugal ended Preliminary Round with perfect 4-0 record and will
meet Belgium in the Quarterfinals.
Sofia Silva (187-C-90) shined for the winners with 14 points and
Georgia De Leeuw (175-G-90) scored 13 points for Austria, who
ended this stage winless.
Belgium - Czech Republic
Impressive 4-0 for Czech Republic, whose rival in the Quarterfinals
will be Greece.
Alena Hanusova (187-C-91) came up with 20 points and 6 boards in
this win. Belgium did not have anyone with double-digits in scoring.
They reached QFinals as No.4 of Group B.
Hungary - FYR Macedonia
Hungary destroyed FYROM to reach the Quarterfinals as No.3 of Group
B. The hosts of this event failed to do the same.
Fanni Feher (179-F-90) netted 11 points in victory.
Jelena Antik (187-F-91) had 23 points and 6 rebounds in loss.
Division B: Day Four in Kavadarci - Jul.
Slovakia - Israel
Slovakia jumped to 2-1 in Group A securing the Quarterfinals in
Kavadarci. If they beat Greece in the last round, Slovakia will
finish as No.2 of Group A. It that happens, Israel will drop to
third place. Anyway, Israel also already booked a spot for the next
Klaudia Lukacovicova (193-C-90) paced the winners with 18 points
and 10 rebounds.
Barbora Novocka (165-G-90) collected 16 points, 6 rebounds and 5
assist. In the loosing squad,
Idit Oryon (182-F-90) delivered 11 points.
Maytal Ovadia (171-G-90) had 8 points and 8 boards. Israel was
slightly better team at the beginning as they made 15-17 lead in the
first ten minutes. Slovakia replied on the other side with 15-11 in
Q2 for 30-28 at the half time. Israel grabbed back the lead in third
period and reached plus three twice.
Klaudia Lukacovicova and her teammates didn't panic and they
closed Q3 with 7-2 run. They shined in the last ten minutes with
18-13 for 60-53 victory. Wednesday is the last day of the
Preliminary Round in Kavadarci.
Austria - Greece
First victory for Greece in Kavadarci, while on the other side
Austria faced with third straight loss. It was a do-or-die game for
both teams. It means Greece secured a spot for the Quarterfinals,
while Austria failed to do the same.
Angeliki Nikolopoulou (179-G-91) exploded with 24 points for the
Antigoni Chairistanidou (188-F-91) also had very important role
adding 10 points and 6 boards. They were the only two players with
double-digits in scoring in this victory.
Julia Koppl (187-F-91) netted 19 pts and grabbed 6 rebounds in
Julia Pocksteiner (173-G-93) had 9 pts. Greece took control on
Austria at the very beginning.
Angeliki Nikolopoulou and her teammates ended first quarter with
10-19 and for rest of the time in the first half jumped to
impressive 19-33 lead. Austria used a HT break to recover from this
shock and they made 14-9 in Q3. Greece still had double-digit lead,
but Austria didn't give up. They came to 49-50 with 1:51 to go, so
everything was open again. However, Greece closed this meeting with
mini 2-5 for the first win in Kavadarci and a spot for the next
stage. Wednesday is the last day of the Preliminary Round in
Czech Republic - United Kingdom
Czech Republic outplayed UK winning the first place in Group B.
There is one more day left in Preliminary Round, but it is already
clear who will be No.1. Even in case of defeat against Belgium,
Czech Republic will grab this spot. UK faced with the first loss and
will finish as the second ranked team.
Dana Kuslitova (183-F-90) shined in victory with 22 points.
Alena Hanusova (187-C-91) had 19 points and 6 boards, while
Katerina Bartonova (171-G-90) added 13 pts, 7 rebs and 7
assists. In defeat,
Mairi Buchan (188-F/C-90) collected 12 points and 6 rebs.
Rebecca Allison (173-G-91) stopped on 9 points. Second and third
quarter were the crucial ones in this game. Before that, United
Kingdom made 14-17 in the first ten minutes.
Dana Kuslitova and her teammates took control on UK in the
second frame and blasted them with 19-8. It means that Czechs were
33-25 up at the halftime. Third frame was totally leveled (19-19)
and Czech Republic kept their lead. UK threatened in the last
quarter coming to 39-38, but Czech Republic replied with 13-6 run.
They never looked back after that and celebrated comfortable 72-58
FYR Macedonia - Belgium
Both teams entered to this game with 0-2. Belgium grabbed maybe the
crucial win and they joined Hungary now with 1-2 record. FYROM is
the last ranked team in this pool, but still has a chance for the
next stage. They will meet Hungary in the last day of Preliminary
Round and in case of win they could advance.
Miete Celus (175-G/F-91) came up with 24 points and 6 rebounds
in this victory.
Emmanuella Mayombo (170-G-92) was the second scorer in Belgium
with 13 points, while
Jaleesa Maes (185-C-92) added 9 pts and 6 boards. In FYROM,
Jelena Antik (187-F-91) was great with 26 pts and 18 boards.
Ana Tanturovska (172-G-90) delivered 19 points. This game is
decided at the very end. Before that, FYROM made impressive 23-12 in
the first ten minutes. Belgium replied with 15-27 in the second
frame for 38-39 turn at the half time. Third quarter was pretty
leveled, but still it belonged to Belgium 17-18. Both teams entered
to the last ten minutes nervously, missing a lot of wide open shots
and committing many mistakes. Belgium was the team who held 59-64
with 4:16 to go.
Ana Tanturovska and Agic made mini 4-0 run for FYROM coming to
minus one. Both teams were scoreless in the last 90 seconds and
Belgium was the one who grabbed very important victory.
Division B: Day Three in Kavadarci
- Jul. 18, 2010
Greece - Portugal
Portugal blasted Greece to stay undefeated after three days in
Kavadarci. Portugal already booked a spot for the Quarterfinals, but
remains to be seen will they finish as No.1 of Group A. They will
have one more game at this stage. On the other side, Greece dropped
to 0-2, but despite that still has a chance to reach the QFinals.
Maria Correia (174-G/F-91) shined for Portugal in this game with
Sofia Silva (187-C-90) also was great as she added 13 pts and 11
Joana Bernardeco (168-G-90) helped with 11 pts and 5 assists,
Michelle Brandao (171-G-91) also scored 11 points. In defeat,
Angeliki Nikolopoulou (179-G-91) and
Ioanna Diela (175-F-90) had 9 points each. Portugal took control
on Greece from the very beginning. After ten minutes of play,
Portugal was already 10-17 up. They were even better in Q2 ending it
6-22. Greece was not able to resist and was on the way to fiasco.
Greece was limited to just 4 points in third quarter, while Portugal
drained 20 on the other side huge 20-59 lead. The game winner was
already known and the last ten minutes were just the formality.
Portugal will have a two days-off and on Wednesday will meet
Austria. Greece will meet Slovak Republic on Tuesday.
Israel - Austria
Israel grabbed the second win in Kavadarci and secured a passage
though the first stage. They have 2-1 now in Group A and currently
are on the second place, behind the perfect Portugal. Austria on the
other hand slipped to 0-2 and will have to improve a lot in order to
reach the Quarterfinals.
Keren Nechama (175-F-90) stepped up for the winners with 18
points and 8 rebounds. She was their only player with double-digits
Naama Shafir (170-G-90) (5 rebs, 7 as),
Idit Oryon (182-F-90) (5 rebs) and
Shira Shecht (183-F-91) added 9 points each.
Kata Takacs (183-F-91) replied with 15 points and 6 boards in
Sarah Schicher (188-F-90) had 11 pts and 14 rebs. This game was
decided in the finish. With 2:29 remaining Israel was 59-57 up.
Naama Shafir was fouled after that and she managed to make both
free throws for plus 4. Austria had the ball and they missed from
the paint. However, De Leeuw grabbed the OR and passed the ball to
Lazarevic, who missed for three. Dagan missed a triple on the other
side as well, so Austria had the possession once again.
Sarah Schicher was fouled, but she made just one FT and there
was one minute left. Neither of teams was able to score a single
point in the finish, meaning that Israel took this one 61-58. On
Tuesday, Israel will meet Slovakia. Austria will take on Greece.
Belgium - Hungary
Hungary finally grabbed the first win in Kavadarci. It was a very
important game for both teams as they were winless before it.
Hungary had 0-2, while Belgium entered to this meeting with 0-1.
Now, Hungary is in better position to reach the Quarterfinals.
Orsolya Szecsi (187-F-92) shined for the winners with 21 points
and 19 rebounds. She reached valuation 34 and was the MVP of this
Reka Balint (181-F-91) had 19 and
Nikolett Sarok (180-G/F-90) helped with 13 pts. In Belgium,
Emmanuella Mayombo (170-G-92) collected 17 points.
Miete Celus (175-G/F-91) had one less than her. Last quarter was
the crucial one in this game. Before that, Hungary made 15-18 in Q1,
while Belgium replied with 23-18 in the second frame. Third quarter
belonged to Hungary (14-19) once again and they were 52-55 up after
30 minutes of play. Than,
Orsolya Szecsi and her teammates made crucial 0-10 run for plus
13 with seven minutes to go. That turned out as unreachable for
Belgium, who faced with the second loss in Kavadarci. Hungary will
have two days-off, while Belgium will meet FYROM on Tuesday.
United Kingdom - FYR Macedonia
Thriller win for the UK, who jumped to 3-0 in Group B. It means that
the UK will most probably fight against Czech Republic for the first
place in this pool. FYROM on the other hand dropped to 0-2, but
still has a chance to reach the next stage. They will probably have
to beat just Belgium.
Mairi Buchan (188-F/C-90) came up with 17 points and 12 rebounds
Mary Durojaye (188-F-90) followed her with 13 points and 7
Tamzin Barroilhet (183-G-90) added 10 pts. In FYROM,
Jelena Antic (185-F-91) shined with 25 points and 11 rebounds.
She needed three more assists in order to make a triple-double.
Vanesa Vasilevska (180-F-92) scored 12 pts. FYROM opened the
game better making 15-21 lead in the first ten minutes. However, the
UK players woke up immediately and replied with 20-12 in the next
period. Third frame was pretty leveled, but still it belonged to UK
21-19. It means that UK had 56-52 lead with ten minutes to go and
everything was still open. FYROM didn't give up and made 66-67 turn
in the finish.
Tamzin Barroilhet responded with a basket and two free throws
for plus 3 with 36 seconds to go. Reskoska made a lay-up for FYROM
and UK somehow managed to keep the ball until the very end. On
Tuesday, United Kingdom will meet Czech Republic. FYROM will play
Division B: Day Two in Kavadarci - Jul.
Austria - Slovakia
Slovakia outplayed Austria for the first win in Kavadarci and 1-1
record in Preliminary Group A.
Klaudia Lukacovicova (193-C-90) shined for the winning squad
with 24 points and 9 rebounds. She was the MVP of this meeting with
Barbora Novocka (165-G-90) also was good in victory adding 9
points and 5 boards.
Dominika Baburova (183-F-91) helped with 8 pts. On the other
Georgia De Leeuw (175-G-90) and
Lisa Zderadicka (166-G-94) had 9 points each. Their Austria
appeared for the first time in Kavadarci and faced with defeat.
Except of the last quarter, all other belonged to Slovakia in this
Klaudia Lukacovicova and her teammates made 10-15 lead in the
first ten minutes. They scored the same number of points in Q2 as
well, while limiting Austria to 12 on the other side. It means that
Slovakia was decent 8 points up at the half time. Third frame was
the crucial one in this meeting. Slovakia dominated at the both
sides of the court making huge 5-20 for ten minutes. It was 27-50
for them and the game winner was resolved. Slovakia will have a
day-off on Sunday. Austria will meet Israel.
Portugal - Israel
Portugal became the only perfect team after two days in Group A. It
means that Portugal already booked a spot for the next stage at this
event. On the other side, Israel faced with the first loss and
dropped to 1-1.
Marcy Goncalves (177-G/F-90) and
Francisca Braga (179-F-90) netted 10 points each for the
Luiana Livulo (187-C-91) and
Maria Correia (174-G/F-91) helped with 9 points apiece. They had
8 and 5 rebounds respectively. In Israel,
Shira Shecht (183-F-91) had 13 points and
Idit Oryon (182-F-90) scored three less. Oryon also grabbed 11
rebounds beside that. Portugal was a better team at the beginning
making 19-15 lead after ten minutes of play. Both teams stopped on
15 pts each in the next frame, so Portugal kept plus four until the
half time. Than after the breather, Portugal players intensified
defense limiting Israel to just 16 points for the entire second
half. Israel scored 11 in third and just 5 points in the last
period. On the other side, Portugal had 26 in total for comfortable
60-46 victory at the end. On Sunday, Portugal will play against
Greece and will try to stay perfect. Israel will meet Austria.
FYR Macedonia - Czech Republic
Czech Republic outplayed the hosts of this event for perfect 2-0
record in Preliminary Group B. With this one the Czech Republic
already booked a spot for the next stage. FYROM on the other side
appeared for the first time at this event. As a reminder, they are
the hosts of U20 EC, Division B.
Alena Hanusova (187-C-91) shined for the winners with 13 points
and 11 rebounds.
Renata Brezinova (189-C-90) also was good adding 12 pts and 6
Petra Zaplatova (175-F-91) netted 9 pts. In FYROM,
Jelena Antik (187-F-91) shined with 26 points and 13 boards.
Andzelika Mitrasinovik (172-G-93) had 15 pts in this defeat.
Teams opened the game pretty leveled with neither of them making a
bigger lead. Thanks to free throws by
Jelena Antik, FYROM had 17-16 after the first ten minutes. Than
in the second frame Czech Republic took control on the home squad
and finished it 13-19 for five point HT lead. Another nice quarter
was coming by
Alena Hanusova and her teammates. They shined after the breather
making 3-12 run. Later they finished Q3 with 46-57 lead. That turned
our as too much for FYROM, who had unsuccessful debut in Kavadarci.
Czech Republic will have a day-off after this game. FYROM will meet
United Kingdom on Sunday.
Hungary - United Kingdom
2-0 for the United Kingdom and 0-2 for Hungary after this game. With
this win, the UK already secured the Quarterfinals in Kavadarci. At
the same time, Hungary dropped to 0-2 but still with a chance to
reach the next stage.
Katrin Chiemeka (170-G-91) led the winners with 11 points.
Kristie Sheils (170-G-91) scored 10. In Hungary,
Nikolett Sarok (180-G/F-90) had 10 pts. Both teams shined
offensively in the first quarter. They also changed in lead few
times with neither team holding more than plus three. Still, the
opening ten minutes finished with 20-20 tie as Stoddart made a
buzzer triple for the UK. Teams were tied until the last minute in
the second quarter, when the UK made mini 0-4 run for 29-33 HT lead.
They made 0-8 run at the beginning of Q3 for the first double-digit
advantage. However, Hungary replied with 6-0 and later closed the
gap to 43-48. Last quarter was the low scoring one and it belonged
to Hungary, 7-6. That of course was not enough and Hungary faced
with the second straight loss. On Sunday, the UK will meet FYROM.
Hungary will look for the first win against Belgium.
Division B: Day One in Kavadarci - Jul. 16, 2010
Slovakia - Portugal
Portugal had to work very hard in order to beat Slovakia in Day One
of the U20 EuroBasket Division B in Kavadarci. It means that
Portugal jumped to 1-0 in Preliminary Group A, which also includes
Israel, Greece and Austria.
Sofia Silva (187-C-90) shined for the winners with 21 points and
5 rebounds. She was the most valuable player in Portugal with
Maria Correia (174-G/F-91) secured a nice help with 13 points,
Joana Bernardeco (166-G-90) and
Marcy Goncalves (177-G/F-90) added 8 points each. In Slovakia,
Veronika Cernakova (174-G-90) responded with 20 points.
Maria Felixova (190-C-90) also shined registering double-double
of 15 points and 12 boards. At the beginning it seemed that Portugal
will take this one with ease.
Sofia Silva and her teammates made quick 5-17 lead and later
closed the first quarter with 14-27. It was an impressive start for
Portugal, who looked great at that time. However, Slovakia improved
after that and through
Veronika Cernakova came to 27-31 with 2:45 left in the first
half. Portugal finally replied and managed to grab 31-37 lead at the
HT. Third quarter was pretty leveled, but it was Portugal who held
48-56 after it. Slovakia didn't give up and slowly started to melt
Portugals lead. After triple by
Veronika Cernakova with six second left in the game, Slovakia
came to 68-70. Portugal had the last possession and
Sofia Silva grabbed the ball. She got fouled and made both free
throws brining her team 68-72 victory. In Day Two in Kavadarci,
Portugal will meet Israel. Slovakia will play against Austria.
Israel - Greece
Israel has a joyful Day One in Kavadarci. It was the opening day of
U20 EuroBasket Division B and Israel blasted Greece 62-44 for 1-0
record in Group A. Beside the above mentioned teams, participants of
the same pool are also Portugal, Slovak Republic and Austria.
Naama Shafir (170-G-90) and
Shira Shecht (183-F-91) were the leading scorers in this victory
with 19 points each. Shafir also dished out 6 assists to her
teammates. Israel did not have any other player with double-digits
in scoring. The best scorers in Greece were
Anna Kavassila (188-C-91) and
Niki-Maria Tsakiridou (178-F-90) with 7 points each. They
grabbed 9 and 6 rebounds respectively. Teams opened the game pretty
leveled. They changed in lead few times, but it was Israel who ended
Q1 with plus two, 18-16.
Naama Shafir and her teammates totally took control on Greece in
the second frame. They opened it with 11-2 run for the first
double-digit advantage. Greece was not able to resist and was 38-28
down at the half time. Nothing has changed after the breather as
Israel still dominated. They made 18-11 in Q3 for unreachable 56-39
with ten minutes to go. Last quarter was a low scoring one as teams
had 11 points together. On Saturday, Israel will play against
Portugal. Greece will have a day-off.
United Kingdom - Belgium
The United Kingdom demonstrated nice performance in Day One of the
U20 EuroBasket, Division B. They jumped to 1-0 in Preliminary Group
B making a first step forward to the second stage in Kavadarci.
Beside the United Kingdom and Belgium, participants of the same pool
are also Czech Republic, Hungary and FYROM.
Katrin Chiemeka (170-G-91) stepped up for the winners with 15
points and 5 rebounds. She won the MVP award in this meeting with
Mary Durojaye (188-F-90) was the second scorer in victory with
10 points and she grabbed 7 rebounds beside that. In Belgium,
Miete Celus (175-G/F-91) and
Emmanuella Mayombo (170-G-92) had 12 points apiece. They were
the only two players with double-digits in scoring in this loss. The
United Kingdom made quick 6-0 lead at the very beginning. Belgium
replied with 2-6, but soon after that
Katrin Chiemeka and her teammates took control on their rivals.
They closed the first quarter with 7-0 run for 15-6 lead. Second
period was pretty leveled, but still it was United Kingdom who ended
it with 17-15 (32-21). Third quarter was the crucial one today as
the UK jumped to 50-32 at the end of it. Rest of the way was just
the formality as the game winner was already known. Tomorrow, the UK
will play against Hungary. Belgium will take a day-off.
Czech Republic - Hungary
Czech Republic celebrated 81-72 victory against Hungary in Day
One of U20 EuroBasket, Division B. These two teams are together with
Belgium and FYROM placed to
Preliminary Group B. Naturally, after this game CzechRepublic jumped to 1-0, while Hungary dropped
to 0-1 record.
Alena Hanusova (187-C-91) shined for the winners with 17 points
and 7 rebounds. She was the MVP of this meeting with valuation 21.
Adela Filarova (174-G-91) had 16 and
Dana Kuslitova (183-F-90) helped with two points less. In
Fanni Feher (179-F-90) was good with 19 points and 5 rebounds.
Nikolett Sarok had double-double of 13 points and 10 boards.
First quarter was almost leveled with neither team making a bigger
lead. Still, thanks to basket by
Alena Hanusova, Czech
Republic ended first ten minutes
with 17-15. They totally took control on Hungary in Q2 (27-19) increasing the
lead to 44-34 (HT). Hungary was slightly better in third
period (20-22), but they needed a way more. When Czech Republic
reached 55-44 at the halfway of the last quarter it was clear they
will take this one.
In Day Two in Kavadarci, Czech Republic
will meet the hosts FYROM.
Hungary will play against
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