NEWS

01.08.2004
Game for 3rd Place: Czech Republic 70 Hungary 47
After narrowly losing to Hungary in the Preliminary Round games, the Czech Republic were determined that there would be no repeat of that this afternoon. For almost 30 minutes the game could have gone either way but Hungary lacked their top scorer Anna Vajda (15 points, 5 rebounds) when they needed her most and the Czechs turned it to their complete advantage in the latter stages.
31.07.2004
Semi-Final: Hungary 48 France 64

In contrast to the previous game, this Semi-Final was won almost entirely on defence and both teams had great trouble putting the ball in the net. Neither team was able to put away the easy basket and points were missed on the fastbreak as well as in the paint. France shot a miserable 37% from 2-point land and only redeemed themselves by shooting 4/8 from outside the 3-point line. Hungary hit only 34% in twos and didn’t make one single 3-pointer in 7 attempts.

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ROSTER

NoNamePos. HeightBirth datePlace of birth
 4Szuszanna Muszbek 1.72 03.02.1985 Budapest (HUN)  
 5Gabriella Kiss 1.79 06.08.1984 Baja (HUN)  
 6Tünde Czukor 1.86 27.09.1984 Pécs (HUN)  
 7Nora Nagy-Bujdosó PF 1.85 18.11.1985 Budapest (HUN)  
 8Zsofia Koncz 1.84 26.08.1985 Budapest (HUN)  
 9Anna Vajda FC 1.90 03.09.1984 Budapest (HUN)  
10Rita Varga 1.95 04.07.1985 Szombathely (HUN)  
11Orsolya Zsovár SF 1.80 28.06.1984 Nagykanizsa (HUN)  
12Dóra Horti 1.93 25.04.1987 Gyula (HUN)  
13Diana Fürész PG 1.73 15.01.1984 Kecskemét (HUN)  
14Anna Vida 1.84 21.05.1985 Budapest (HUN)  
15Zsófia Fegyverneky 1.78 29.09.1984 Pécs (HUN)  

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30.07.2004
Quarter-Finals: Hungary 73 Ukraine 55

Hungary overcame an exhausted-looking Ukrainian team to win the first Quarter-Final of the Eural Trans Gas European Championship for U20 Women. Although the game finished with an 18 point margin it was a close run battle and only in the final minutes were Hungary able to pull away, even scoring 6 points in the final 12 seconds.

28.07.2004
Daily Round-Up - Day 5, 28th July
Finland 49 – Russia 81
Thanks to Russia’s loss yesterday to Ukraine, this game was do-or-die for both teams as a win handed the victor the last Quarter-Final place from Group A. Finland were still on an up after a great show against Slovak Republic but after the first 10 minutes today already started to look a little tired. Russia, however, looked in great shape, the key players having not played a lot of minutes against Ukraine.
Daily Round-UP - Day 3, 25th July25.07.2004
Daily Round-Up - Day 1, 23rd July23.07.2004

Team

Hungary
Hungary
Hungary

TEAM LEADERS

CategoryPlayerAvg
PTSA. Vajda16.1
RTA. Vajda9.9
ASZ. Fegyverneky3.0
STZ. Fegyverneky1.4
BSD. Horti1.0

TEAM COMPARISON

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SCHEDULE

23.07.2004vs POL[W] 65-56
24.07.2004vs CRO[L] 59-64
25.07.2004vs CZE[W] 66-57
27.07.2004vs ESP[W] 73-51
28.07.2004vs BEL[L] 46-53
30.07.2004vs UKR[W] 73-55
31.07.2004vs FRA[L] 48-64
01.08.2004vs CZE[L] 52-72

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