2012 African Women's Handball Championship

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For the men's tournament, see 2012 African Men's Handball Championship.
2012 African Championship
Tournament details
Host country  Morocco
Dates January 11–20
Teams 10
Venue(s) (in 1 host city)
Final positions
Champions  Angola (11th title)
Runner-up  Tunisia
Third place  DR Congo
Fourth place  Algeria
Tournament statistics
Matches 33
Goals scored 1592 (48.24 per match)
Top scorer(s) Democratic Republic of the Congo Christiane Mwasesa
Best player Tunisia Mouna Chebbah
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The 2012 African Women's Handball Championship was a handball tournament organized by the African Handball Confederation. It was the 20th edition of the tournament and was held in Salé, Morocco between 11 and 20 January 2012. The winner qualified for the 2012 Summer Olympics.

Teams[edit]

Group A Group B

 Angola
 Ivory Coast
 Cameroon
 DR Congo
 Egypt

 Tunisia
 Algeria
 Morocco
 Congo
 Senegal

Preliminary round [1][edit]

The draw was held on 24 September 2011 at Casablanca, Morocco.[2]

Group A[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
 Angola 4 4 0 0 125 79 +46 8
 DR Congo 4 1 2 1 92 115 −23 4
 Cameroon 4 2 0 2 95 93 +2 4
 Ivory Coast 4 1 1 2 98 95 +3 3
 Egypt 4 0 1 3 86 114 −28 1

All times are local (UTC±0).

11 January 2012
11:00
Ivory Coast  28 – 16  Egypt Moulay Abdullah, Salé
(12–7)
11 January 2012
15:00
Cameroon  24 – 26  DR Congo Moulay Abdullah, Salé
(12–18)

12 January 2012
11:00
Angola  25 – 23  Ivory Coast Hall Fathallah El Bouazzaoui, Salé
Referees: Bonaventura, Bonaventura (FRA)
three players 5 (15–16) Gondo Bredou 7
12 January 2012
19:00
Egypt  24 – 27  Cameroon Moulay Abdullah, Salé
(14–12)

13 January 2012
11:00
DR Congo  23 – 23  Egypt Hall Fathallah El Bouazzaoui, Salé
(11–12)
13 January 2012
17:00
Cameroon  18 – 24  Angola Moulay Abdullah, Salé
Referees: Abid, Chaouch (TUN)
Megouem Lah 5 (9–14) three players 5

15 January 2012
17:00
Angola  40 – 15  DR Congo Moulay Abdullah, Salé
Referees: Makhlouf, Krichene (TUN)
Carolina 7 (15–9) Mwasesa 8
15 January 2012
19:00
Ivory Coast  19 – 26  Cameroon Hall Fathallah El Bouazzaoui, Salé
(5–14)

16 January 2012
11:00
DR Congo  28 – 28  Ivory Coast Moulay Abdullah, Salé
(18–15)
16 January 2012
13:00
Egypt  23 – 36  Angola Hall Fathallah El Bouazzaoui, Salé
Referees: Abid, Chaouch (TUN)
Ehsan 7 (12–19) Luísa 6

Group B[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
 Tunisia 4 4 0 0 123 78 +45 8
 Algeria 4 3 0 1 97 74 +23 6
 Congo 4 2 0 2 104 88 +16 4
 Senegal 4 1 0 3 95 100 −5 2
 Morocco 4 0 0 4 46 125 −79 0

All times are local (UTC±0).

11 January 2012
13:00
Tunisia  30 – 18  Algeria Hall Fathallah El Bouazzaoui, Salé
Chebbah, Elghaoui 8 (15–8)
11 January 2012
17:00
Senegal  25 – 15  Morocco Hall Fathallah El Bouazzaoui, Salé
(14–9)

12 January 2012
11:00
Algeria  25 – 17  Senegal Hall Fathallah El Bouazzaoui, Salé
(12–9)
12 January 2012
17:00
Morocco  16 – 34  Congo Hall Fathallah El Bouazzaoui, Salé
(7–18)

13 January 2012
13:00
Congo  28 – 23  Senegal Hall Fathallah El Bouazzaoui, Salé
(17–11)
13 January 2012
19:00
Morocco  8 – 35  Tunisia Hall Fathallah El Bouazzaoui, Salé
(5–17)

15 January 2012
13:00
Tunisia  26 – 22  Congo Salle Ibn Yassine, Salé
Elghaoui 6 (14–9)
15 January 2012
15:00
Algeria  31 – 7  Morocco Hall Fathallah El Bouazzaoui, Salé
(16–4)

16 January 2012
13:00
Congo  20 – 23  Algeria Salle Ibn Yassine, Salé
(10–13)
16 January 2012
17:00
Senegal  30 – 32  Tunisia Hall Fathallah El Bouazzaoui, Salé
(15–16)

Knockout stage [3][edit]

Bracket[edit]

Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
                   
18 January        
  Angola  41
19 January
  Senegal  20  
  Angola  39
18 January
    DR Congo  19  
  Congo  19
20 January
  DR Congo  29  
  Angola  26
18 January
    Tunisia  24
  Algeria  23
19 January
  Cameroon  22  
  Algeria  24 Third place
18 January
    Tunisia  27  
  Ivory Coast  19   DR Congo  33
  Tunisia  24     Algeria  24
20 January
5-8th bracket
Semifinals Fifth place
19 January
  Cameroon  19  
  Ivory Coast  18  
 
20 January
      Cameroon  22
    Congo  19
Seventh place
19 January 20 January
  Senegal  22   Ivory Coast  28
  Congo  25     Senegal  21

All times are local (UTC±0).

Quarterfinals[edit]

18 January 2012
12:00
Congo  19 – 29  DR Congo Salle Ibn Yassine, Salé
(10–10)

18 January 2012
14:30
Angola  41 – 20  Senegal Salle Ibn Yassine, Salé
Referees: Abdelaziz, Rashed (EGY)
Azenaide 9 (19–10) Cissé 7

18 January 2012
17:00
Algeria  23 – 22  Cameroon Salle Ibn Yassine, Salé
Titou 10 (11–10)

18 January 2012
20:00
Ivory Coast  19 – 24  Tunisia Salle Ibn Yassine, Salé
Referees: Bonaventura, Bonaventura (FRA)
(7–11) Toumi 7

5–8th Semifinals[edit]

19 January 2012
11:00
Cameroon  19 – 18  Ivory Coast Hall Fathallah El Bouazzaoui, Salé
(11–11)

19 January 2012
15:00
Senegal  22 – 25  Congo Hall Fathallah El Bouazzaoui, Salé
(10–13)

Semifinals[edit]

19 January 2012
12:00
Angola  39 – 19  DR Congo Salle Ibn Yassine, Salé
Referees: Echennaoui, Nasse (MAR)
Natália 6 (23–9) Mwasesa 6

19 January 2012
14:30
Algeria  24 – 27  Tunisia Salle Ibn Yassine, Salé
Titou 8 (10–10) Elghaoui 7

Ninth place game[edit]

17 January 2012
15:00
Egypt  32 – 12  Morocco Salle Ibn Yassine, Salé
(15–8)

Seventh place game[edit]

20 January 2012
11:00
Ivory Coast  28 – 21  Senegal Hall Fathallah El Bouazzaoui, Salé
(14–8)

Fifth place game[edit]

20 January 2012
13:00
Cameroon  22 – 19  Congo Hall Fathallah El Bouazzaoui, Salé
(11–8)

Bronze medal game[edit]

20 January 2012
11:00
DR Congo  33 – 24  Algeria Salle Ibn Yassine, Salé
Referees: Abdelaziz, Rashed (EGY)
Mwasesa 10 (14–8) Titou 10

Final[edit]

20 January 2012
17:00
Angola  26 – 24  Tunisia Salle Ibn Yassine, Salé
Referees: Coulibaly, Diabate (CIV)
Marcelina 8 (12–12) Chebbah 7, Toumi 7

Final standings[edit]

Qualified for the 2013 World Championship
Rank Team Record
Gold medal icon.svg  Angola 7–0–0
Silver medal icon.svg  Tunisia 6–0–1
Bronze medal icon.svg  DR Congo 3–2–2
4  Algeria 4–0–3
5  Cameroon 4–0–3
6  Congo 3–0–4
7  Ivory Coast 2–1–4
8  Senegal 1–0–6
9  Egypt 1–1–3
10  Morocco 0–0–5

Awards[edit]

 2012 African Women's Handball Championship 

Angola
11th title
Best Player
Tunisia Mouna Chebbah

All-Tournament Team[edit]

GK Angola Odeth Tavares
RW Algeria Nabila Tizi
RB Angola Luísa Kiala
CB Tunisia Mouna Chebbah
LB Democratic Republic of the Congo Christiane Mwasesa
LW Angola Natália Bernardo
P Tunisia Asma El Ghaoui


See also[edit]


References[edit]

  1. ^ "Preliminary Round". CAHBOnline. Retrieved 2013-12-09. 
  2. ^ "Results of the draw : 20th Africa Nations Cup for Seniors 2012". cahbonline.info. 2011-09-24. Retrieved 2011-09-24. 
  3. ^ "Main Round". CAHBOnline. Retrieved 2013-12-09. 

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