Quarter final losers Greece and Czech Republic fought it out for seventh spot and it was Greece who emerged the victorious with a hard fought 59-54 win.
Greece had been in control of the game during the first half and found themselves 28-23 in front at the break.
Turkey will fight it out with Italy tomorrow for a place at next years U17 World Championships after winning their respective semi-finals for the 5 to 8 spots against Greece and Czech Republic.
In the first game of the day, Turkey stepped onto court looking to pick themselves off the floor after their gut wrenching quadruple overtime loss against France the night before.
Belgium star Emma Meesseman produced arguably the biggest performance of the entire tournament as she helped her team book a semi-final spot against France or Turkey with a 74-60 win over Greece.
It was a truly breathtaking effort that left a beaming Belgium Coach Daniel Goethals in awe of her final line of 19 points, 16 rebounds and 5 blocks - all against Greek star Artemis Spanou.
Greek coach Dimitris Bakogeorgos was looking forward to a rest day for his overworked starting players after they made the final eight courtesy of a 65-37 demolition of Lithuania to set up a quarter-final tie with Belgium.
Once again the play-caller relied heavily on key assets such as center Artemis Spanou who came up with another stellar display to finish with a monstrous double-double of 21 points and 12 rebounds.
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