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Date: 9/13/2017
 

Late last night in Abidjan, Côte d'Ivoire Angola beat Egypt 29:19 (16:8) in the final game of the CAHB 24th African Womens Youth Championship to take the title of the best womens junior in the continent for the third time in a row and a record ninth time.

 

Their 2017 win makes it their third in a row after the country won the last two editions, in 2015 in Nairobi, Kenya and 2013 in Oyo, Republic of the Congo.

 

The Polyvalente Sports Park in Abidjan saw seven teams Angola (ANG), Egypt (EGY), Algeria (ALG), DR Congo (COD), Côte d'Ivoire (CIV), Mali (MLI) and Cape Verde (CPV) play each other on a round-robin basis with Angola finishing top of the group and crowned champions, Egypt in silver and Côte d'Ivoire in bronze.

 

The CAHB African Womens Junior Championship started back in 1980 in Lagos, Nigeria and has run on a two-year cycle since, except for a three-year gap between the 2006 and 2009 editions.

 

FULL RESULTS

 

DAY 1: Monday 4 September

Cape Verde vs DR Congo 21:23 (13:10)

Mali vs Angola 17:50 (9:24)

Côte d'Ivoire vs Egypt 33:35 (12:19)

 

DAY 2: Tuesday 5 September

Cape Verde vs Angola 20:37 (10:18)

DR Congo vs Mali 23:27 (12:13)

Algeria vs Côte d'Ivoire 24:25 (13:11)

 

DAY 3: Wednesday 6 September

Mali vs Cape Verde 21:28 (9:16)

Egypt vs Algeria 28:20 (13:9)

DR Congo vs Côte d'Ivoire 30:26 (13:11)

 

DAY 4: Thursday 7 September

Algeria vs Mali 25:29 (16:16)

Egypt vs Cape Verde 33:22 (21:8)

Angola vs Côte d'Ivoire 29:17 (15:11)

 

DAY 5: Friday 8 September

Egypt vs DR Congo 22:20 (7:8)

Côte d'Ivoire vs Cape Verde 30:31 (16:12)

Angola vs Algeria 30:19 (17:6)

 

DAY 6: Saturday 9 September

Cape Verde vs Algeria 18:21

DR Congo vs Angola 25:36

Mali vs Egypt 22:33 (11:13)

 

DAY 7: Sunday 9 September

Algeria vs DR Congo 22:21 (10:8)

Côte d'Ivoire vs Mali 28:19 (15:11)

Angola vs Egypt 29:19 (16:8)

 

RANKING

1. GOLD: Angola (ANG)

2. SILVER: Egypt (EGY)

3. BRONZE: Côte d'Ivoire (CIV)

4. Cape Verde (CPV)

5. DR Congo (COD)

6. Algeria (ALG)

7. Mali (MLI)

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