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Latest results from African Ladies Championship 2009

By on October 12, 2009 in News with 8 Comments
Latest results from African Ladies Championship 2009

Updated results 14 october 2009: 13 October 2009 results:

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African championship for ladies 2009

By on October 8, 2009 in News with 1 Comment

ANTANANARIVO (FIBA Africa Championship for Women) – The draw for the 21st FIBA Africa Championship for Women was held Saturday in Hotel Colbert, Antananarivo, Madagascar with the twelve countries drawn into six nations of two pools. Host Madagascar lead Group-A alongside 2007 host and runner-up, Senegal, South Africa, Cameroon, Mauritius and Mozambique completing the group. […]

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AFROBASKET LIBYA 2009 – Schedule

By on July 22, 2009 in News with 13 Comments

1. Composition of groups: Group A: Libya, Nigeria, Côte d’Ivoire and South Africa Group B: Angola, Mozambique, Egypt and Mali Group C: Cameroon, Senegal, Congo and Central africa Group D: Cape Verde, Maroc, Rwanda and Tunisia The groups A and B will play at Benghazi while the groups C and D will play in Tripoli. […]

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Road to Lybia 2009

By on July 22, 2009 in News with 2 Comments

I’m back with a quick update on the ongoing preparations of some of the countries that will be taking part in the African Basketball Championships in Libya in early August this year: Mozambique is participating in the Lusophony Games (For former Portuguese Colonies) and lost surprisingly their first game to Guinea-Bissau 68-62. Their roster looks […]

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NBA stars return to Joburg for BASKETBALL WITHOUT BORDERS AFRICA

By on August 10, 2008 in News with 0 Comments
NBA stars return to Joburg for BASKETBALL WITHOUT BORDERS AFRICA

LONDON AND JOHANNESBURG, May 7, 2008 – Basketball without Borders returns to Johannesburg for the sixth consecutive year since 2003 when it hosts the basketball camp Sep. 3-7 at the American International School of Johannesburg , the National Basketball Association (NBA), the International Basketball Federation (FIBA) and the Basketball South Africa (BSA) announced today. The […]

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