EUROBASKET NEWS REPORT - 10/26/2008Copyright © 1997-2008 Eurobasket
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Arrieros won a very hard game against Norte in Itagui, Nortes coach Julio Toro sent a four guards line up to the court and give many defensive problems to Arrieros, Monty Wilson found many open shots and leaded all the scorers with 21 points, Arrieros had a good perfomance of at least six of his players , but was Diego Guevara who at the end of the game made the difference and drive Arrieros to the victory.
But Norte look really dangerous now with Wilson and Rogers
Arrieros 84 - N. Aragon 27 pts.
Norte de Santander 81 - M. Wilson 27.
ARRIEROS LEADS 1-0
Bucaros Freskaleche won the first game of the series leaded by Adan Reyes who score 28 points in his birthday, the game was very close until the third quarter, in the fourth Bucaros had a better defense, Alejandro Flores lead Islanders but had good help pf Joe Manuel with 23 pts. Washington and Flemming also score in double figures.
Bucaros Freskaleche 95 - D. Reyes 28 pts, r. Washington 27 pts, M. Flemming 20 pts, C. Salcedo 12 pts, M. Marriaga 6 pts, R. Sanz 2 pts
Islanders Sopesa 87 - A. Flores 27 pts, J. Manuel 23pts, K. Sowell 16pts, S. Ortiz 12pts, L. Julio 10pts, F. Forbes 1.
BUCAROS LEADS 1-0
Korisliiga, Round 7: Kataja (Joensuu), one of the favourite teams this season, is in troubles right now. After winning four games in a row Team Kataja
lost American F Quinnell Brown for weeks on injured list (sprained ankle) and about the same time Team fired American G Ty Harrelson. Kataja lost last
Wednesday at home vs Tarmo (Porvoo), and tonight Pyrinto crushed Kataja at Tampere 118-79 (57-31)! Brown is still on injured list and Larry Blair, who will
replace Harrelson, was not allowed to play because of the lackness of the international license. Kataja lost the boards 47-30 and was shooting treys 8,7%
(2/23)! Chris Hester (192-G-79, college: E.Washington) led Pyrinto with 30 pts (26 during the first quarter) and nine rbs.
Kouvot (Kouvola) defeated ToPo (Helsinki) by 30 pts 92-62 (41-28)! Ronny LeMelle (196-G-81, agency: R.H.Consultancy, college: Auburn) led Kouvot with 26 pts. ToPo this time got only 10 pts from team's American players. James Allen (194-G-79, agency: Interperformances, college: Montevallo) scored those 10 pts, Isaac Spencer had zero (0) pts and Robert Epps is still on injured list. Ray Cunningham (199-F-79, agency: Warren Sports International, college: Murray St.) (FoKoPo, Forssa) was the game MVP, when hosting FoKoPo beat Tarmo (Porvoo) 88-69 (42-37). Cunningham tallied 20 pts and grabbed 19 rbs. Finnish guards Mikko Jalonen (186-G-82) and Teemu Heiskanen (188-G-84) combined 29 pts. YMCA Lahti won over Korihait Uusikaupunki by three (80-77) and YMCA Lappeenranta lost at home vs Team Componenta (Karkkila) by five (79-84).
Pyrinto - Kataja 118-79 (57-31) (Chris Hester 30, Kurtis Rice 24, Antero Lehto 21 - Sami Lehtoranta 22/10, Jeremiah Wood 17, Petri Virtanen 14).
Kouvot - ToPo 92-62 (41-28) (Ronny LeMelle 26, Brian Swift 16, Tuomas Iisalo 15 - Panu Majala 14, James Allen 10).
FoKoPo - Tarmo 88-69 (42-37) (Ray Cunningham 20/19, Mikko Jalonen 18, Teemu Heiskanen 14 - Emmanuel Messy 13, Esa Maki-Tulokas 13, Mikael Holme 11).
YMCA Lahti - Korihait 80-77 (38-28) (Sami Pekkola 24, Ilkka Vuori 18, Melvin Tyler 16/11 - Alain Laroche 22, Heikki Saaristo 11, Josh Gonner 11).YMCA Lappeenranta - Team Componenta 79-84 (43-39) (HL Coleman 22, Jerel Blassingame 14/11a, Demtrius Brown 14 - Frank Richards 19, Marcus Watts 18, Clifton Jones 16/12).
Four years ago, it would have been unimaginable to think how The Skyliners would have played without 2/3rds of their feared Bermuda triangle without Americans Tyrone Ellis (193-G-77, college: S.Nazarene) and Chris Williams (199-F/G-80, college: Virginia), and a similar scenario surfaced against The Paderborn Baskets as top players Gordon and Simmons and 27 points and 13 rebounds were missing. However THE DEUTSCHE BANK SKYLINERS were in control of the game throughout and dispatched Doug Spradleys team despite some problems at the end 61 to 56 in front off 3,920 fans in the Ballsporthalle. The scenario with Pascal Roller (180-G-76) back in 2004 without Ellis and Williams and today without Gordon and Simmons was as if Lukas Podolski played without Luca Toni and Miro Klose at Bayern Munich. However even without these two important players, Frankfurt was able to win and were a bit lucky that The Paderborn Baskets had a real miserable day shooting the ball. We had good looks shooting the ball, but nothing went in. The defense was good, but we should of made more shots, explained an unhappy Steven Wright (191-G-83, agency: LimeLight, college: N.Kentucky). After two disappointing loses in the BBL, Frankfurt finally found themselves back in the win column even if there is still a lot of work to be done.This was a big win for us. Derrick Allen (203-F-80, agency: Pro One Sports, college: Mississippi) was great from inside and out, Adam Emmenecker (185-G-85, college: Drake) was a big help. We played good defense, but now we have to learn to play consistent for forty minutes and keep working on our defense, said German Konrad Wysocki (202-F-82, agency: Pro One Sports, college: Princeton).
Both teams started off very nervous as no points were scored in the first two minutes. Frankfurt took a strong four to zero lead with hoops from King on a dunk after a sweet Roller pass and Wysocki barrelling into the zone and scoring. American Chris Ensminger (209-C-73, college: Valparaiso) showed quickly that he wanted the ball and that he knew what to do with it as he tied the score at four inside. After Evtimov made a running hook shot in the lane, Ensminger tied the score one more time with a mini hook shot. Captain Pascal Roller gave Frankfurt the 8-6 lead after a smart pass from Anthony King (206-F/C, agency: Interperformances, college: Miami, FL) and the Skyliners would never look back. The Paderborn Baskets were extremely cold from outside and had no other offensive option except to Ensminger. Frankfurt was able to extend their lead to 12-6 with hoops from Wysocki off the fast break and American Anthony King after a big heads up play from Adam Emmenecker who tipped ball away from Ensminger. After one quarter, Frankfurt had a slight lead 14 to 9. Paderborn was shooting only 18% from the field, a stat that can give a coach endless sleepless nights. Frankfurt also hadnt found their rhythm either shooting only 35% and Paderborn was controlling the action underneath with a 13 to 11 rebound edge. The six offensive rebounds by Paderborn was a lingering thorn in Frankfurts backside something that just doesnt seem to go away.
American Derrick Allen started the second quarter scoring with an outside shot. Paderborn reacted quickly with a 4-0 run with hoops from Chris Ensminger inside and Lavelle Felton (193-G-79, agency: Court Side, college: Louisiana Tech) with a runner in the lane. Frankfurt only led 16 to 13, but Frankfurt always had an answer with offensive power. German Konrad the professor Wysocki nailed a three pointer. After five misses, American Steven Esterkamp (198-F-81, college: Ohio) finally hit his first bucket bringing Paderborn back to 20 to 15. After Derrick Allen scored inside and Lavelle Felton with a fadeaway jumper, captain Pascal Roller launched a huge rainbow jumper with extreme height that easily could of reached the Feldberg in the Taunus had he been aiming in that direction. Frankfurt led 25 to 17. The Paderborn Baskets were doing little inside, so coach Doug Spradley reacted taking out Ensminger who was in foul trouble and inserting little used big man Matt Terwilliger (206-F/C-85, agency: 540 Sports, college: Ohio St.), who was back up to NBA superstar in the making Greg Oden (213-C-88, college: Ohio St.) at Ohio State two years ago. He has a standard answer to the standard question. Do you get that question a lot about what it was like backing up Greg Oden? I am used to hearing that question, said Terwilliger. After Nolte made a blue collar shot over two Skyliners, Terwilliger followed with an open outside jumper. Paderborn trailed only 25 to 21. However Frankfurt still with no real lapses on offense had an answer as Ilian Evtimov (201-F-83, agency: Interperformances, college: N.Carolina St.) made a catch and pop jumper with a dangling Paderborn hand in his face. Frankfurt didnt learn from their first mistake, and left Terwilliger open again and be buried another jumper from outside. Frankfurt still led 29 to 23, but their overall inside play was stronger and more efficient than against Gottingen. It seemed like Frankfurt was playing with a rage as Frankfurt constantly whipped the ball inside. Derrick Allen scored inside and then Wysocki made a hoop after a wicked no look pass by De Mello. At halftime, Frankfurt led 34 to 24. Frankfurt improved their shooting at 48%, while Paderborn was 0/9 from three point land, but Frankfurt was still a liability under the hoops as Paderborn led that department 25 to 17.
In the first few minutes of the third quarter, the game looked less like the two teams, but more like the Derrick Allen vs Chris Ensminger show as they scored combined the first five baskets of the quarter. Even though Allen showed his inside/out game against Paderborn, in this phase he scored three times from outside and it looked like his new love affair with his outside shot was still going strong. Ensminger scored twice from inside and it was easy to see that Frankfurt had no resistance against the two time BBL champ with Bamberg. Paderborn still trailed 40 to 28. It is always nice when a team has that extra ace in the pocket with Pascal Roller, who hit twice from outside. Frankfurt led 46 to 30. After going 0/12 from three point land, The Paderborn Baskets finally made their first three pointer half way through the third quarter from Steven Esterkamp (198-F-81, college: Ohio).I have seen slumps like this before. Maybe a 1/13 start from the field, but never an 0/12 start. We simply had no luck today, expressed American Steven Esterkamp. Down the stretch of the third quarter, Derrick Allen took a very short walk away from outside and scored twice inside showing that he is so versatile.I was really happy with my inside/out game today. I think I was very helpful to the team and I am most effective this way, added Derrick Allen. Frankfurt led comfortably 52 to 38 after three quarters. Frankfurt continued to be shooting quite well at 48%, while Paderborn was still struggling from three point land at 14%, but kept the upperhand with the rebounds with 36-26. Paderborn had 14 offensive rebounds, which was simply too much from Frankfurts standpoint.
Last season, it was the third quarter, which seemed to be the sore spot for THE DEUTSCHE BANK SKYLINERS, but this season it seems like the fourth quarter is giving the team a lot of problems. The Paderborn Baskets started red hot going on a 4-0 run with hoops from Esterkamp and Nolte in the zone off a miss from Stefano Garris (200-G/F-79). Konrad Wysocki scored with his left hand in the zone. Wysocki made new strides not totally abandoning his outside shot, but retrieving his love for the zone, which he had had in Ulm and producing with a lot emotion as if he was still a little kid exploring a candy shop. Esterkamp scored from outside and American Steven Wright nailed a three pointer bringing Paderborn back to 55 to 47. It seemed at times like Derrick Allen was playing with a blindfold, because it was never clear where he would score from. He stepped outside again and Frankfurt led strongly 57 to 47. Now all of a sudden a strange and uncommon nervousness came a poun Frankfurt. Wright hit again from outside, and Marius Nolte (206-C-81) banged inside following up on his own miss. Frankfurt only led 57 to 53, and the comeback was bringing back eerie memories to the Ulm and Gottingen games. Murat Didins mind must have been going crazy, but a third loss in a row just wasnt going to happen. Paderborn had two chances, but Frankfurt held them scoreless.These two defensive stops were key for the win, analysed Derrick Allen. Chris Ensminger tried a off balance shot in lane and missed and Wright followed with a wild three pointer. Allen scored in the zone and Frankfurt led 61 to 53. The game was decided and even the buzzer beater by Esterkamp couldnt change anything. The biggest problem besides our inability to hit shots, was simply that we let our heads down after missed shots, which effected our defense which wasnt as aggressive and strong, said Steven Esterkamp. THE DEUTSCHE BANK SKYLINERS stayed in 13th place with a 3-3 record, and Paderborn remain in 16th place with a 2-5 record.
THE DEUTSCHE BANK SKYLINERS were led by Derrick Allen, who looked his old self again scoring 25 points, grabbing six boards and dishing out four assists. German Pascal Roller scored 15 points and handed out five assists and had some more daylight again creating in the zone. German Konrad Wysocki showed a lot of heart adding 11 points and keeps fighting his way back to his Ulm form from last season. The Paderborn Baskets were led by American Steven Esterkamp with 16 points, even though it was a shooting day he would like to forget. American Chris Ensminger had a spirited game with 12 points and 12 rebounds thus showing his team how valuable he is. The heart and soul of team German Marius Nolte scored 11 points and added six assists.
Despite the injuries to Jimmy McKinney (192-G-83, agency: Strategic Sports, college: Missouri), Lorenzo Gordon (201-F-83, agency: Hart Sports Mngm, college: Oklahoma City) and Keith Simmons (196-G-85, college: Holy Cross), THE DEUTSCHE BANK SKYLINERS can be very happy with their 3-3 record. This was no pretty game and who knows what the result would have been if Paderborn had hit better. The defense was solid and the flow of the offense was good only with a few lapses in the game. The only major concern at the moment is the rebounding. New center Greg Jenkins (206-F/C-82, college: Iona) still wasnt 10% physically ready and that showed with the three minutes time he got. Anthony King played well against Gottingen and Nikolaev and should of seen more time against Paderborn. Frankfurt has the potential to rebound well, but just need more input from some guys. It is obvious that the more Derrick Allen shoots from outside, the less rebounds he will be able to get. The win was extremely important for the self confidence and the team will just have to fight the next weeks until Gordon and Simmons are healthy. Guard Adam Emmenecker led the team with nine rebounds, showing that the guard position is trying to help. The rebound help from the guards was a big plus today and it will have to continue in the future, warned Derrick Allen. The Nordlingen Giants host THE DEUTSCHE BANK SKYLINERS on Saturday November 1st at 19:30.
Defeating yesterday night Benetton Treviso 88-73 in front of more than 3000 enthusiastic fans, Carife Ferrara took the first win in Serie of of his history. Scoring 29 points with the addition of 2 rebs, 1 assist and 3 steals, little big man Andre Collins (183-G-82, college: Loyola, MD) was the game MVP, Ndudi Ebi (206-F-84, agency: Arik Krayn Services, college: Arizona) shined he too, with 17 pts and 8 rebs in only 22 minutes for Ferrara. Considering the very good game played last sunday in Siena, Treviso has to consider the game of yesterday a step behind, even because point guard Bobby Dixon (178-G-83, agency: Beo Basket, college: Troy) disappointed. The best performers among the greens were Steven Markovic (190-G-85), who led his team in scoring at 13 points, Radoslav Rancik (207-F/C-79, agency: Beo Basket, college: St.Cloud St.) and Judson Wallace (205-F/C-82, agency: Elfus-Siegel Management (ESM), college: Princeton), who scored 12 pts each.
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|NKL Stats Leaders Stats Leaders|
|Points Per Game|
|1. Valuckis, Pieno 20.8|
2. Petraitis, ABRO 20.0
3. Vaskys, Naglis 19.3
4. Padegimas, KKM 19.2
5. Golokvoscius, Alytus 18.5
|Rebounds Per Game|
|1. Warren, Pieno 11.5|
2. Slezas, Perlas 9.7
3. Kalvaitis, Juventus 9.5
4. Norkus, Mazeikiai 9.1
5. Jonelis, Naglis 8.2
|Assists Per Game|
|1. Kutra, Delikatesas 6.1|
2. Balciunas, Meresta 6.0
3. Raziulis, Juventus 4.7
4. Lencevicius, Maista 4.6
5.Vaskys, Naglis 4.6
Reigning Serbian and Adriatic league champion Partizan Igokea celebrated thriller victory against Zagreb CO on the road 92-91. Game is decided in over time, which Partizan ended 13-14. Gabonese Stephane Lasme made one free throw at the very end, enough for Partizan to escape with slim victory, fifth consecutive in Adriatic league. Zagreb stays on just one. Uros Tripkovic (196-G-86) top-scored for Partizan with 20 points while Milenko Tepic (198-G-87, agency: Beo Basket) also shined adding 17 points including 4 steals. Zagreb got the most from Ante Tomic (217-C-87), who finished the game with 23 points and 14 boards. In the next round Partizan will host Buducnost, who has 4-1 for far. Zagreb will play against Helios on the road.
FMP outplayed Cibona in Zeleznik 85-76 thus both teams have 2-3 in Adriatic league now. Dragan Labovic (207-C/F-87) was better than the others in FMP delivering 20 points. Nikola Prkacin (208-C-75) was the central figure in Cibona recording 26 points and 6 boards. As a reminder, Croatian team surprised big Maccabi Tel-Aviv in the Euroleague opening round. FMP also did a good job against Dutch Amsterdam reaching the second qualification round in EuroCup.
Hemfoarm STADA suffered very inconvenient home defeat against Krka Novo Mesto 73-75. Head coach Stevan Karadzic and his team currently have 3-2 in regional championship. They for sure didn't count on this failure. Center Vladan Vukosavljevic (206-F/C-84, agency: Beo Basket) was MVP of the game collecting 21 points and 8 rebounds but it seems he didn't get a proper help from his teammates. The only one who was close to his level was Slovenian guard Nebojsa Joksimovic (193-G-81, agency: Beo Basket) with 13 points. Experienced Davor Marcelic (200-F/G-69, college: S.Utah) scored 21 points for the winners making 5 triples. Simon Petrov (191-G-76) netted 19 points including two clutch free throws at the very end. In the next round Krka waits Vojvodina while Hemofarm will take on Zadar, also at home.
Crvena Zvezda succeeded to remain on top of Adriatic league together with Partizan Igokea, 5-0. This time, players of head coach Svetislav Pesic cruised past Split CO 83-71. Lawrence Roberts (205-F/C-82, college: Mississippi St.) led Crvena Zvezda to win scoring 23 points including 7 boards. Bosnian prospect, center Elmedin Kikanovic (206-C-88, agency: Beo Basket), helped with 10 points and 5 boards. Mario Delas (210-C-90) registered 25 points in Split CO missing only one rebound for double-double. His team currently has 2-3.
|Extraliga Stats Leaders|
|Points Per Game|
|1. Ingles, Poprad 23.3|
2. Milosevic, Levice 23.3
3. Johnson, MBK 22.8
4. Hill, Nitra 21.6
5. Bicvic, Handlova 21.0
|Rebounds Per Game|
|1. Skara Bystrica 10.33|
2. Szalay Prievidza 9.00
3. Micuda Pezinok 8.75
4. Pesta SNV 8.40
5. Whisby Pezinok 8.33
|Assists Per Game|
|1. Williams Pezinok6.25|
2. Johnson Handlova6.20
3. Lawrence Nitra 5.80
4. Immink Prievidza 5.00
5. Avalic SNV 5.00
|Steals Per Game|
|1 Kozlik, Pezinok 3.0|
2 Lawrence, Nitra 2.8
3 Storcel, Prievidza 2.75
2. Micka Inter 66.7
3. Kozar SNV 66.7
CASA TED Kolejliler - Aliaga Petkim: 57-68
CASA TED Ankara Kolejliler (57): Ozgur Adiguzel 7 (4 reb, 4 ass), Polat Kaya 7 (6 reb, 2 ass), Caner Oner 0, Ziya Yarkan 0, Cevat Alper Ozcan 0, Caner Erdeniz 0, Onder Kulcebas 3 (3 reb), Kevin Bell 10 (3 reb, 5 ass), LaQuan Prowell 17 (6 reb, 2 ass) Erek Hansen 13 (7 reb)
Aliaga Petkim (68): Aubrey Reese 33 (8 reb, 5 ass), Charles Davis 14 (3 reb, 3 ass), Levent Demirci 3 (4 reb), Reha Oz 9 (6 reb), Fatih Solak 7 (10 reb), Eren Beyaz 0, Hakan Yapar 0 (3 reb), Ceyhun Altay 2 (1 reb), Efe Kizilkaya 0, Aerick Sanders 0 (2 reb), Bora Sancar 0
Efes Pilsen - Oyak Renault: 95-57
Galatasaray Cafe Crown - Antalya BSB: 92-68
Galatasaray CC (92): Erdem Turetken 14 (3 reb), Marshall Strickland 0 (2 reb, 2 ass), Andrija Zizic 7 (2 reb), Polat Kocaoglu 0, Cuneyt Erden 1 (2 reb, 7 ass), Dejan Milojevic 9 (13 reb, 6 ass), Milan Gurovic 20 (3 reb), Antonio Graves 26 (4 reb, 2 ass), Alican Guney 0, Cemal Nalga 6 (5 reb), Huseyin Besok 7 (6 reb, 1 ass), Altay Ozurganci 2 (1 reb)
Antalya BSB (68): Yunus Akcay 0, Nedim Yucel 6 (5 reb), Cemal Bayraktar 4 (1 reb), Hadi Dogan 9 (4 reb), Mustafa Kemal Bitim 1 (1 reb, 2 ass), Umit Turkoglu 5 (1 reb), Marcus Douthit 7 (5 reb, 3 ass), Michael Green 12 (5 reb, 6 ass), Bernard King 16 (3 reb, 4 ass), Marcus Melvin 8 (3 reb), Can Yalman 0,Tugberk Sozmener 0
Mersin BSB - Besiktas CT: 89-83
Mersin BSB (89): Christopher Franklin Lofton 23 (5 reb, 4 ass), Lester Mc Calebb 18 (1 reb, 4 ass), Ulug Kacaniku 0, Altan Erol 5 (5 reb, 4 ass), Umit Sonkol 7 (7 reb, 3 ass), Inanc Koc 3 (3 reb, 3 ass), Kimani Ffriend 17 (6 reb), Onur Aydin 12 (4 reb, 1 ass), Fahri Kaan Uner 0
Besiktas CT (83): Mehmet Yagmur 11 (3 reb, 4 ass), Muratcan Guler 4 (5 reb, 4 ass), Haluk Yildirim 13 (2 reb, 1 ass), Adem Oren 8 (3 reb), Marcus Faison 16 (6 reb, 2 ass), Mire Chatman 0, Mario Austin 20 (8 reb, 1 ass), Cevher Ozer 2 (1 reb), Arin sogancioglu 0, Omer Unver 9 (1 ass)
Mutlu Aku Selcuk Unv. - Banvit: 84-82
Mutlu Aku Selcuk Unv (84): Ilker Turel 8 (1 reb, 2 ass), Monty Mack 22 (3 reb, 4 ass), Ahmet Yolcu 0 (2 ass), Ibrahim Ozturk 3, Ufuk Kacar 22 (1 reb, 4 ass), Berkay Sahillioglu 0, Alex Dunn 4 (6 reb), Edmund Saunders 8 (14 reb, 2 ass), Brian Ibekwe 17 (8 reb, 3 ass), Ismail Cevik 0 (1 reb),
Banvit (82): Joe Crispin 27 (4 reb, 4 ass), Erkan Veyseloglu 0 (1 reb), Mutlu Demir 0, Lance Williams 21 (12 reb, 3 ass), Caner Topaloglu 4 (1 reb, 2 ass), Yigitcan Turna 0 (1 reb), Lamar Johnson 12 (2 reb), Antoine Agudio 6 (1 reb), Umut Yenice 2 (2 reb, 1 ass), Oktay Yilmaz 0 (1 reb), Yunus Cankaya 10 (6 reb, 3 ass), Ibrahim Yildirim 0
|AUSTRALIA - Women|
|BALTIC LEAGUE - Women|
|CZECH REPUBLIC - Women|
|ZBL Stats Leaders|
|Points Per Game|
|1. Maltsi 20.40|
2. Hariss Rebecca 20.00
3. Horakova Hana 19.20
4. Reisingerov 19.00
5. Novakova 17.50
|Rebounds Per Game|
|1. Cash Swin 12.00|
2. Novakova 10.50
3. Hartigova 8.83
4. Reisingerova 8.60
5. Beres Timea 7.67
|Assists Per Game|
|1. Zirkova Zuzana 5.50|
2. Whalen Lindsay 4.25
3. Bartonova 3.50
4. Hrabakova 3.40
5. Horakova Hana 3.20
|1. Rosenbaumova 77.7|
2. Maltsi Evanthia 72.9
3. Hartigova 69.2
|1. Hartigova 100.0|
2. Morka 100.0
3. Vteckova Eva 75.0
|D.R. CONGO - Women|
|EUROCUP - Women|
|HUNGARY - Women|
|MOLDOVA - Women|
|POLAND - Women|
|SENEGAL - Women|
|TURKEY - Women|
|UKRAINE - Women|
|UNITED KINGDOM - Women|