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Date: 5/21/2019
 

DR Congo’s capital city Kinshasa is welcoming teams from across the region as the 2019 IHF Women’s Trophy Africa - Zone IV tournament starts tomorrow (Wednesday 22 May) and lasts until Sunday (26 May).

 

Two competitions will take place – one for youth players (Under 17, born in 2002 and younger) and one for junior (U19, born in 2000 and younger) players.

 

Four nations will each field a team in both the junior and youth competitions, with Central African Republic (CAF), Cameroon (CMR), DR Congo (COD) and Morocco (MAR) competing for regional glory.

 

Both the junior and youth competitions will be played in a round-robin league format, with all teams playing each other once. The top two in each group will then play off for the gold medal and third and fourth place will play for bronze.

 

All games will be played at the Kinshasa Renes French School (Lycée Francais de Kinshasa Renes), with referees Ondeko Georges/Okwakau Yeseh Kennedy (KEN)/Beloum Sonia/Zoehinga Tounwende Ida (BUR), Essiomle Dotche/Essiomle Komi Cyrille (TOG) and Adou Yedlock Marie/Daple Koue Alix Armande (CIV) taking charge of the games.

 

The winners of their respective competitions in Kinshasa will qualify through to the African continental phase of the IHF Women’s Trophy 2019-20, and then the winners of that will qualify through to the IHF Women’s Trophy – Intercontinental Phase.

 

And for junior teams only, the intercontinental phase has been upgraded to a qualification event for the 2020 IHF Women’s Junior World Championship, set to take place in Romania. For more information, click HERE.

 

As usual, the IHF will be organising a coaching course during each IHF Trophy competition and as part of the continued support for developing handball nations, the IHF will also cover the travel expenses of all teams to the competition venues.

 

Match Schedule

All times local

 

Participants: Central African Republic (CAF), Cameroon (CMR), DR Congo (COD), Morocco (MAR)

 

Wednesday 22 May

Youth (U17) Competition

10:00     CAF vs CMR

12:00     COD vs MAR

 

Junior (U19) Competition

14:00     MAR vs CAF

16:00     COD vs CMR

 

Thursday 23 May

Youth (U17) Competition

10:00     CMR vs MAR

12:00     CAF vs COD

 

Junior (U19) Competition

14:00     CAF vs CMR

16:00     COD vs MAR

 

Friday 24 May

Youth (U17) Competition

10:00     MAR vs CAF

12:00     COD vs CMR

 

Junior (U19) Competition

14:00     CMR vs MAR

16:00     CAF vs COD

 

Saturday 25 May

Youth (U17) Competition

14:00     Bronze Medal

 

Junior (U19) Competition

16:00     Bronze Medal

 

Sunday 26 May

Youth (U17) Competition

14:00     Gold Medal

 

Junior (U19) Competition

16:00     Gold Medal

 

 

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