Bronze Medal Game: Hungary 73 Serbia & Montenegro 63

Hungary are the bronze medal winners at the European Championship for U18 Women. They defeated a Jelena Dubljevic-less Serbia & Montenegro side to win their second bronze in the history of the competition (the other came in 1994).

Dubljevic, Serbia & Montenegro’s top scorer and rebounder, was forced to sit out the game after turning an ankle in the closing minutes of her team’s semi-final loss to Spain.

Serbia & Montenegro 53 Spain 61

Spain rode a dominant display from their backcourt to overcome Serbia & Montenegro in the second semi-final of the European Championship for U18 Women.

Guards Silvia Dominguez and Anna Cruz turned in great performances at both ends of the court to guide Spain to victory.


NoNamePos. HeightBirth datePlace of birth
4Ivana Catic PG 1.72 06.05.1986 Zrenjanin (SRB)  
5Dajana Butulija SG 1.75 23.02.1986 Kikinda (SRB)  
6Marija Zecevic   22.05.1986 Kosovska Mitrovica (SRB)  
7Iva Prcic 1.76 17.02.1987 Subotica (SRB)  
8Jovana Vukoje PG 1.74 17.01.1986 Mostar (BIH)  
9Dunja Prcic SG 1.80 17.02.1987 Subotica (SRB)  
10Marija Garcevic   16.11.1986 Berane (SRB)  
11Jelena Dubljevic PF 1.88 07.05.1987 Niksic (MNE)  
12Marija Zinic 1.88 12.03.1986 Novi Sad (SRB)  
13Milica Cvetanovic 1.95 05.09.1986 Kraljevo (SRB)  
14Biljana Stjepanovic 1.90 16.06.1987 Belgrade (SRB)  
15Jovana Petrovic 1.89 09.01.1986 Smed Palanka (SRB)  

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France 54 Serbia & Montenegro 57

Serbia & Montenegro produced the first sensation of the quarter-finals at the European Championship for U18 Women here in Bratislava.

France were the clear favourites going into the contest, but Serbia & Montenegro dug deep and produced a strong final 5 minutes to take the game, 54:57.

The European Championship for U18 Women – a Parent’s View

A European Championship for U18 Women does not attract the type of spectator attention as at the senior level. Here in Bratislava, the crowd usually consist of families and friends of the players as well as the requisite number of coaches looking for the next big prospect.

One of the faithful family members in attendance is Jelena Prcic. Prcic is the mother of not one, but two Serb and Montenegrin international players, her twin daughters Dunja and Iva.

Dubljevic Chasing Euro Gold08.07.2004


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PTSJ. Dubljevic20.0
RTJ. Dubljevic6.8
ASD. Butulija1.8
STD. Butulija4.8
BSB. Stjepanovic1.0


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