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08.07.2006 -

Poland were no match for Russia, falling 79-57 despite 18 points from Magdalena Leciejewska.

The Russians stormed out to a 25-12 first-quarter lead to take a vice-like grip on the contest and never turned back.

STATS RANKINGS

Points Per Game
Total rebounds
Assists
Points Allowed

11th

64.5 PTS

3rd

43.4 RT

13th

10.4 AS

14th

72.1 PTS A
Assists
Points Allowed

13th

10.4 AS

14th

72.1 PTS A

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ROSTER

No
Name
Pos.
Height
Birth date
Place of birth

4

PG
1.67
20.02.1986
Tarnow (POL)  

5

PG
1.67
05.11.1987
Zabrze (POL)  

6

G
1.75
29.09.1986
Sokolow Podlaski (POL)  

7

PG
1.69
05.07.1987
Kraków (POL)  

8

G
1.75
29.10.1987
Bydgoszcz (POL)  

9

G
1.78
13.01.1986
Prudnik (POL)  

10

SF
1.87
27.05.1986
Wroclaw (POL)  

11

C
1.90
18.07.1987
Tuchów (POL)  

12

F
1.88
13.10.1987
Stalowa Wola (POL)  

13

F
1.87
21.01.1987
Tychy (POL)  

14

FC
1.90
29.06.1986
Grodzisk Wlkp. (POL)  

15

F
1.87
19.05.1986
Koszalin (POL)  

COACHES

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TEAM LEADERS

TEAM COMPARISON

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SCHEDULE

07.07.2006
vs ESP
[L] 54-73
08.07.2006
vs RUS
[L] 57-79
09.07.2006
vs TUR
[W] 72-60
11.07.2006
vs ISR
[L] 61-77
12.07.2006
vs CZE
[L] 66-77
13.07.2006
vs LAT
[L] 55-70
15.07.2006
vs UKR
[L] 61-80
16.07.2006
vs FIN
[W] 90-61

ADMINISTRATION

Office
Erazma Ciolka 10, 01-402
Warsaw, POL
Tel.: +48 (22) 836 38 00
Staff
President: Grzegorz Bachanski
Secretary General: Jacek Jakubowski
Press contact: Adam Romanski

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