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European Championship for Small Countries (Division C): Day One in Ohrid - Jul 11, 2012


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GROUP A

Scotland - Azerbaijan 73-54

Scotland had a nice start at 2013 European Championship for Small Countries (Division C). They outplayed Azerbaijan 73-54 for 1-0 score in Group A in Ohrid, FYROM. Scotland was better in every single period of this game for the final 19-point victory (12-11, 19-13, 20-12, 22-18). Malta and Moldova are also placed to this group and all teams fight for the first two places. Those two teams will advance to Semifinals, while 3rd and 4th ranked countries will go to classification games. Rona Corkindale (177-F-86) was a key player in victory with 29 points and 9 rebounds. Siobhan Moore (185-C-87, college: Bridgeport) (6 rebs) scored 16 points and Mairi Buchan (188-C/F-90) (5 rebs) added five less. In Azerbaijan, Dina Ulyanova (185-SF-89) shined with double-double of 27 points and 12 rebounds.Tatyana Deniskina (173-SG-85) posted 18 pts. In Day Two, Scotland will meet Malta. Azerbaijan will play against Moldova.

Scotland: Rona Corkindale 29+9 boards, Siobhan Moore 16+5 boards, Mairi Buchan 11+5 boards
Azerbaijan: Dina Ulyanova 27+12 boards, Tatyana Deniskina 18


Moldova - Malta 23-72
Malta had no mercy for Moldova in Day One of the 2013 European Championship for Small Countries (Division C). Malta celebrated impressive 23-72 against its rival improving to 1-0 score in Group A. Scotland was better than Azerbaijan yesterday, so Malta and Scotland share the first place in this pool after Round One. Ashleigh Vella (188-F/C-90) stepped up for the winners with double-double of 13 points and 13 rebounds. Rebecca Thoresen (178-F/G-78) also scored 13 points and Elena Cassar (179-PG-92) added 12 points, plus 7 rebounds. Moldova did not have anyone with double digits in scoring. Anastasiya Lavric (170-PG-90) and A Causen posted 7 and 4 pts respectively. Malta dominated at the both sides of the court and they only slowed down in the last period when (of course) everything was already clear. Quarters: 3-27, 6-20, 3-15, 11-10. Malta will meet Scotland today and the winner will mostly likely end as No.1 of this group at the end of the Preliminary Round. Moldova will meet Azerbaijan.

Moldova: Anastasiya Lavric 7, Ala Causan (178-SG-75) 4+4 boards
Malta: Ashleigh Vella 13+13 boards, Rebecca Thoresen 13, Elena Cassar 12+7 boards


GROUP B

Gibraltar - F.Y.R. of Macedonia 36-83
FYROM had a great start of the 2012 European Championship for Small Countries (Division C). The host of this event handed 36-83 loss to Gibraltar for 1-0 record in Group B. Wales and Austria are also placed to this pool and two best teams will advance to Semifinals. FYROM had amazing first quarter making 9-39 lead. At that time it was already clear that Gibraltar is too weak for the home squad. Quarters: 9-39, 5-14, 14-10, 8-20. Monika Gavriloska (190-F/C-76, agency: Global Sports Plaza) collected 15 points and 9 rebounds in victory. Ana Tanturovska (174-G-90) and Elena Radenkovic (186-C/F-84, agency: Global Sports Plaza) (6 rebs) posted 14 and 12 pts respectively. In defeat, Zainya Reyes (173-SG-92) was much better than the others with 15 points, while Graciella Anthony (173-G/F-85) was limited to just 4 pts and 6 boards. FYROM will meet Austria today and it will most likely be decisive game for the first place in Group A. Gibraltar will play against Wales and both teams hope to grab the first win.

Gibraltar: Zainya Reyes 15, Graciella Anthony 4+6 boards
F.Y.R. of Macedonia: Monika Gavriloska 15+9 boards, Ana Tanturovska 14, Elena Radenkovic 12+6 boards


Austria - Wales 72-30
Australia and Wales met yesterday in Day One of the 2012 European Championship for Small Countries (Division C). Austria destroyed its rival with huge 72-30 for 1-0 record in Group B. Participants of the same pool are also Gibraltar and FYROM (host). Two best teams will advance to Semifinals. Katharina Podoschek (168-G-80) led the winners with 14 points and 5 rebounds, while Margit Forcher (177-G-76) helped with 12 points and 6 rebs. Sophia Plank (178-G/F-83) was third scorer in victory with 11 points. At the other side, Laura Shanahan (170-G-89) delivered 10 pts and Amelia Reynolds (176-G/F-91) stopped to 6. Austria took control on its rival from the beginning and never looked back. Quarters: 26-3, 9-10, 21-8, 16-9. Today, Austria will meet FYROM, while Wales will play against Gibraltar.

Austria: Katharina Podoschek 14+5 boards, Margit Forcher 12+6 boards, Sophia Plank 11
Wales: Laura Shanahan 10, Amelia Reynolds 6   




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European Championships Final Standings
 1. Spain
 2. France
 3. Belgium
 4. Greece
 5. Turkey
 6. Latvia
 7. Italy
 8. Slovakia
 9. Russia
 10. Ukraine
 11. Serbia
 12. Hungary
 13. Czech Rep.
 14. Slovenia
 15. Belarus
 16. Montenegro
Last:6/26/2017

European Championships for Small Countries Final Standings
 1. Malta
 2. Ireland
 3. Moldova
 4. Andorra
 5. Gibraltar
 6. Wales
Last:7/4/2016
Stats Leaders
Points Per Game
 Alina IAGUPOVA
  UKR
  (186-G/F-92)
  Avg: 21.3
 1. Iagupova, UKR21.3 
 2. Zandalasini, ITA19.0 
 3. Torrens, ESP17.8 
 4. Hollingswort., TUR17.7 
 5. Meesseman, BEL17.5 
 6. Petrovic, SRB17.0 
 7. Robinson, MNT16.7 
 8. Maltsi, GRE16.1 
 9. Vaughn, CZE16.0 
 10. Udodenko, UKR15.3 
Rebounds Per Game
 Angelica ROBINSON
  USA
  (197-F-87)
  Avg: 13.7
 1. Robinson, MNT13.7 
 2. Vadeeva, RUS12.3 
 3. Steinberga, LAT11.1 
 4. Zandalasini, ITA9.6 
 5. Hollingswort., TUR9.3 
 6. Udodenko, UKR9.3 
 7. Lyttle, ESP8.5 
 8. Ruzickova, SVK8.3 
 9. Meesseman, BEL7.2 
 10. Nicholls, ESP6.7 
Assists Per Game
 Jelena SKEROVIC
  MNT
  (176-G-80)
  Avg: 6.3
 1. Skerovic, MNT6.3 
 2. Iagupova, UKR5.5 
 3. Prince, RUS5.0 
 4. Vyoralova, CZE4.7 
 5. Vardarli, TUR4.5 
 6. Carpreaux, BEL4.5 
 7. Alben, TUR4.5 
 8. Baric, SLO4.3 
 9. Mujovic, MNT4.3 
 10. Bentley, BLR4.3 
Steals Per Game
 Olivia EPOUPA
  FRA
  (165-PG-94)
  Avg: 2.7
 1. Epoupa, FRA2.7 
 2. Lyttle, ESP2.7 
 3. Vyoralova, CZE2.7 
 4. Udodenko, UKR2.5 
 5. Prince, RUS2.3 
 6. Dabovic, SRB2.3 
 7. Torrens, ESP2.2 
 8. Carpreaux, BEL2.2 
 9. Steinberga, LAT2.0 
 10. Iagupova, UKR2.0 
Blocks Per Game
 Emma MEESSEMAN
  BEL
  (192-C-93)
  Avg: 1.7
 1. Meesseman, BEL1.7 
 2. Wauters, BEL1.5 
 3. Vieru, RUS1.3 
 4. Hatar, HUN1.3 
 5. Hanusova, CZE1.3 
 6. Nicholls, ESP1.2 
 7. Vadeeva, RUS1.0 
 8. Krivacevic, HUN1.0 
 9. Maiga, RUS1.0 
 10. Kaltsidou, GRE0.9 
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