NEWS

17.07.2011
Moliné Highlights All Tournament Team
Jordi Moliné of Champions Andorra was crowned MVP of the U16 European Championship Division C.
17.07.2011
Andorra Crowned Champions
Andorra have won the U16 European Championship Men Division C crown with an 84-70 win over hosts San Marino.

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ROSTER

NoNamePos. HeightBirth datePlace of birth
4Robert Vilella 1.77 25.05.1995 Anyós (AND)  
5Victor Lopez 1.79 19.06.1995 Escaldes (AND)  
6Eduard Fernandez PG 1.87 31.07.1995 Escaldes (AND)  
7Jordi Moliné 1.72 07.04.1995 Andorra La Vella (AND)  
8Adrià Rodriguez 1.78 19.08.1996 Escaides (AND)  
9Adrià Besoli 1.80 03.03.1995 Sant Julia (AND)  
10Marc Iserte PF 1.83 24.04.1995 Barcelona (ESP)  
11Serni Ramisa 1.92 24.06.1995 Escaldes (AND)  
12Juan Bustamante 1.98 20.03.1995 Andorra La Vella (AND)  
13Hector Campillo 1.90 24.01.1995 Andorra La Vella (AND)  
14Oriol Peral 2.01 31.10.1995 Andorra La Vella (AND)  
15Joan Vall 1.84 13.02.1995 Barcelona (ESP)  

COACHES

Head Coach: Toni Jimenez Mulet
Assistant Coach: Esteve Malet Saltó

More Headlines

16.07.2011
San Marino, Andorra Reach Final
Hosts San Marino stormed back in the third quarter to beat Wales 80-73 and booked a place in the U16 European Championship Men Division C Final against Andorra.
14.07.2011
Andorra Maul Monaco
Andorra became the first team to put up a triple-figure score at the U16 European Championship Men Division C in San Marino with a stunning one-sided 100-21 rout of the Principality of Monaco.
San Marino Edge Malta In Thriller 13.07.2011

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Team

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TEAM LEADERS

CategoryPlayerAvg
PTSJ. Moliné19.8
RTO. Peral12.0
ASJ. Moliné3.0
STJ. Moliné3.0
BSO. Peral3.0

TEAM COMPARISON

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SCHEDULE

12.07.2011vs WAL[W] 64-49
14.07.2011vs MON[W] 100-21
16.07.2011vs MLT[W] 76-49
17.07.2011vs SMR[W] 84-70

ADMINISTRATION

Office

Address: Baixada del Moli 31-35 Casal de l'Esport, AD - 500 Andorra la Vella, AND
Tel.: +376 89 03 61
Fax: +376 89 03 59
Email: basket@andorra.ad
Web: www.fab.ad

Staff

President: Manuel Fernándèz
Secretary General: Beatriz Soldevila Fernandez