FIBA Africa U18 Women’s Championship
Uganda 19- 143 Mali
Uganda’s U18 women’s basketball succumbed to their second defeat at the ongoing FIBA Africa U18 women’s championship in Cairo, dosage http://clinico.cl/wp-includes/template.php Egypt after losing to defending champions Mali on Monday.
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Mali took to an impressive start sweeping through all the four quarters taking the first period 46-02 before claiming the second quarter 38-06.
After recess, Mali added 37 points in the third quarter while the Gazelles were limited to just two before the defending champions returned in the final quarter to complete the rout adding 22 points to Uganda’s 09 points.
Mali’s shooting guard Aminata Diakite scored a game high 21 points before Rokia Doumbia, Adama Coulibaliy and Salimatou Kourouma combined for 57 points.
Rita Salafina Driciru got a team high 12 points for Uganda who are making their first appearance at the tournament.
Junior Gazelles team
Rita Salafina Drisciru
Brenda Edith Ayere
Head Coach: Nick Natuhereza
Assistant coach: Martin Kelly
Leader of delegation: Grace Kwizera