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17.07.2009 -

Ukraine and Belarus retained Division A status after surviving the Classification Round of the U20 European Championship Women 2009 at the expense of the Czech Republic and Montenegro who will spend next year in Division B.

On Friday, Belarus downed the Czech Republic 74-46 in a battle between two 1-1 teams and with classification for Division A on the line.

STATS RANKINGS

Points Per Game
Total rebounds
Assists
Points Allowed

6th

71.0 PTS

6th

39.3 RT

8th

12.7 AS

10th

73.8 PTS A
Assists
Points Allowed

8th

12.7 AS

10th

73.8 PTS A

PHOTO GALLERY

ROSTER

No
Name
Pos.
Height
Birth date
Place of birth

4

G
1.74
31.01.1989
Mykolayiv (UKR)  

5

G
1.74
14.02.1989
Kyiv (UKR)  

6

GF
1.83
09.02.1992
Dnepropetrovsk (UKR)  

7

G
1.70
03.12.1989
Zhytomir (UKR)  

8

SF
1.84
03.04.1990
Simpheropol (UKR)  

9

C
2.02
04.02.1989
(TKM)  

10

PG
1.85
07.05.1990
Rivne (UKR)  

11

C
1.93
18.08.1989
Kyiv (UKR)  

12

GF
1.83
12.05.1989
Golev (BLR)  

13

PF
1.91
07.05.1989
Kharkov (UKR)  

14

G
1.76
26.10.1989
Kyiv (UKR)  

15

SF
1.85
28.06.1990
Odessa Region (UKR)  

COACHES

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TEAM LEADERS

TEAM COMPARISON

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SCHEDULE

09.07.2009
vs GER
[L] 70-74
10.07.2009
vs ESP
[L] 48-85
11.07.2009
vs TUR
[L] 59-70
13.07.2009
vs BLR
[W] 98-72
15.07.2009
vs CZE
[W] 88-74
17.07.2009
vs MNE
[L] 63-68

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