France toppled Spain 74-52 to win the title of the U20 European Championship Women 2009 in Gdynia, Poland.
Spain opened the game at their run-and-gun tempo and were ahead 23-10 after one period, but then France got physical and the rest of the evening was all theirs.
You always want the two best teams to make the final, and that is exactly what we have in store for the title medal game of the U20 European Championship Women 2009 in Gdynia, Poland.
Spain and France are undefeated at 8-0 and both teams have deep benches and multiple resources to draw on.
Spain won an intense battle with Russia by the score of 67-55 to advance to the Final of the U20 European Championship Women 2009 in Gdynia, Poland.
It was a game defined by two different styles. Each team stayed true to what it does best, and when they each could impose their dynamic on the court, the result was reflected on the movement of the scoreboard.
Spain booked a date with Russia in the Semi-Finals of the U20 European Championship Women 2009 in Gdynia, Poland, after taking out hosts Poland 84-54.
Jordi Fernandez's team had no mercy on the home crowd and jumped out early on the Poles.
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