2003 FIBA Africa Women's Clubs Champions Cup

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For the men's tournament, see 2004 FIBA Africa Clubs Champions Cup.
2003 FIBA Africa Champions Cup 
for Women
10th FIBA Africa Champions Cup for Women
Tournament details
Host nation Mozambique
Dates October 29 – November 4, 2003
Teams (from 53 federations)
Venues (in 1 host city)
Champions  Nigeria (1st title)
2001
2005 >

The 2003 FIBA Africa Club Championship for Women was the 10th FIBA Africa Women's Clubs Champions Cup, an international basketball tournament held in Maputo, Mozambique, from October 29 to November 4, 2003. The tournament, organized by FIBA Africa and hosted by Maxaquene, was contested by 6 clubs in a round-robin system.

First Bank ended the round-robin tournament with a 5–0 unbeaten record to win their first title and qualify for the 2004 FIBA Women's World League.

Participating teams[edit]

Democratic Republic of the Congo Arc-en-Ciel
Mali Djoliba AC
Nigeria First Bank
Mozambique Maxaquene
Angola Primeiro de Agosto
Democratic Republic of the Congo Radi

Schedule [1][edit]

P Team M W L PF PA Diff Pts.
1 Nigeria First Bank 5 5 0 366 292 +74 10
2 Angola Primeiro de Agosto 5 4 1 340 277 +63 9
3 Mozambique Maxaquene 5 3 2 8
4 Democratic Republic of the Congo Arc-en-Ciel 5 2 3 7
5 Mali Djoliba AC 5 1 4 6
6 Democratic Republic of the Congo Radi 5 0 5 5

Day 1[edit]

30 October 2003
1º de Agosto Angola 78–54 Mali Djoliba
Arc-en-Ciel Democratic Republic of the Congo vs. Mozambique Maxaquene
First Bank Nigeria 96–55 Democratic Republic of the Congo Radi

Day 2[edit]

31 October 2003
Maxaquene Mozambique vs. Mali Djoliba
First Bank Nigeria 67–65 Democratic Republic of the Congo Arc-en-Ciel
Radi Democratic Republic of the Congo 61–71 Angola 1º de Agosto

Day 3[edit]

1 November 2003
1º de Agosto Angola 54–55 Nigeria First Bank
Arc-en-Ciel Democratic Republic of the Congo 68–54 Mali Djoliba
Radi Democratic Republic of the Congo 65–77 Mozambique Maxaquene

Day 4[edit]

3 November 2003
Maxaquene Mozambique 51–71 Angola 1º de Agosto
Djoliba Mali 49–78 Nigeria First Bank
Arc-en-Ciel Democratic Republic of the Congo vs. Democratic Republic of the Congo Radi

Day 5[edit]

4 November 2003
1º de Agosto Angola 66–56 Democratic Republic of the Congo Arc-en-Ciel
Radi Democratic Republic of the Congo vs. Mali Djoliba
Maxaquene Mozambique 69–70 Nigeria First Bank

Final standings [2][edit]

Qualified for the 2004 FIBA Women's World League

Awards[edit]

2003 FIBA Africa Women's Clubs Champions Cup
Nigeria
First Bank Basketball Club
1st title
Most Valuable Player



References[edit]

  1. ^ "First Bank da Nigeria campea africana de basquetebol" (in Portuguese). Panapress.com. 2003-11-05. Retrieved 2014-01-06. 
  2. ^ "Africa champions cup (women)". basket-webs. Retrieved 2014-01-13.