NEWS

02.07.2010
Scots Put Up A Fight, But Armenia Into Final

Hosts Armenia marched into the finals of the 2010 European Championship Women Division C on Friday with an 86-63 victory over Scotland.

The Scots tested Armenia early, taking a 12-10 lead on a Sarah O'Brien jumper with 1:11 left in the first quarter.

01.07.2010
No Cooling Off Malta Who Roll Into Semis

Armenia moved to a perfect 3-0 at the European Championship Women, Division C Wednesday with a convincing 71-47 victory over Andorra.

The Andorrans needed a win over the hosts and loss by Moldova to have any hope of going through, but could not keep pace with Armenia who pulled away in the second and third quarter to secure the top spot in Group A.

PHOTO GALLERY

ROSTER

NoNamePos. HeightBirth datePlace of birth
 5Sarah O'Brien 1.62 30.06.1991 Glasgow (SCO)  
 6Nicola Hargreaves 1.67 04.09.1985 Falkirk (SCO)  
 7Natalie Chaloner 1.69 09.06.1986 Glasgow (SCO)  
 8Tracey Anne Phillips 1.75 23.05.1974 Edinburgh (SCO)  
 9Kara Gillies 1.74 04.02.1990 Edinburgh (SCO)  
10Emma Findlay 1.68 24.04.1987 Edinburgh (SCO)  
11Erin Mc Garrachan SF 1.78 27.04.1992 Glasgow (SCO)  
12Toni McGarvey Carvill 1.82 23.01.1986 Rutherglen (SCO)  
14Gillian Baird 1.82 29.11.1988 Irvine (SCO)  
15Siobhan Moore 1.84 14.03.1987 Glasgow (SCO)  

COACHES

Head Coach: Trudie Hopgood

More Headlines

30.06.2010
World Cup? What World Cup?

Nearly half a million people in Armenia tuned in to see their national team's 71-64 win over Moldova on Tuesday at the European Championship for Women Division C taking place in Yerevan.

The end of the game, broadcast on Armenian National Television, was preempted in favor of the Paraguay vs. Japan World Cup contest, but the station received so many complaints they were forced to replay the basketball game in its entirety later in the evening.

29.06.2010
Andorra Keep Hope Alive

Armenia won for the second straight day on Tuesday and now sit alone atop Group A at the European Championship Women, Division C taking place in Yerevan, Armenia.

The hosts asserted themselves in the second half thanks to 25 points and 11 rebounds from American-born Amanda Jackson.

Fans Turn Out To See Armenia Roll On Opening Day29.06.2010
Basketball Extravaganza Reaches Armenia15.06.2010

Team

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TEAM LEADERS

CategoryPlayerAvg
PTSN. Chaloner12.8
RTE. Findlay8.0
ASE. Findlay5.0
STN. Chaloner3.0
BSG. Baird1.0

TEAM COMPARISON

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SCHEDULE

28.06.2010vs MLT[L] 35-64
29.06.2010vs WAL[W] 86-41
02.07.2010vs ARM[L] 63-86
03.07.2010vs MDA[W] 88-67

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