1974 FIBA Africa Championship for Women

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FIBA Africa Championship
for Women 1974
4th FIBA Africa Championship for Women
Tournament details
Host nationTunisia
DatesDecember 24–31 1974
Teams
(from 53 federations)
Venues
(in 1 host city)
Champions Senegal
(1st title)
Official website
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The 1974 FIBA Africa Championship for Women was the 4th FIBA Africa Championship for Women, played under the rules of FIBA, the world governing body for basketball, and the FIBA Africa thereof. The tournament was hosted by Tunisia from December 24 to 31, 1974.

Senegal defeated Tunisia 47–44 in the final to win their first title [1] and qualify for the 1975 FIBA Women's World Championship.

Draw[edit]

Group A Group B

 Algeria
 Central African Republic
 Mali
 Senegal
 Tunisia

 Egypt
 Guinea
 Nigeria
 Togo

Preliminary round [2][3][edit]

Group A[edit]

Qualified for the semi-finals
Team Pts. W L PF PA Diff
 Senegal 8 4 0 286 192 +94
 Tunisia 7 3 1 235 203 +32
 Mali 6 2 2 242 250 -8
 Central African Rep. 5 1 3 241 270 -29
 Algeria 4 0 4 186 275 -89
December 1974
Senegal  72–32  Algeria
Scoring by half: 29-11, 43-21
December 1974
Tunisia  58–38  Central African Rep.
Scoring by half: 36-17, 22-21

December 1974
Senegal  77–64  Mali
Scoring by half: 38-36, 39-28
December 1974
Tunisia  73–57  Algeria
Scoring by half: 44-27, 29-30

December 1974
Mali  50–42  Algeria
Scoring by half: 20-13, 30-29
December 1974
Senegal  79–58  Central African Rep.
Scoring by half: 44-29, 35-29

December 1974
Mali  78–65  Central African Rep.
Scoring by half: 36-35, 42-30
December 1974
Senegal  58–38  Tunisia
Scoring by half: 28-22, 30-16

December 1974
Central African Rep.  80–55  Algeria
Scoring by half: 34-25, 46-30
December 1974
Tunisia  66–50  Mali
Scoring by half: 24-23, 42-27

Group B[edit]

Qualified for the semi-finals
Team Pts. W L PF PA Diff
 Egypt 6 3 0 201 123 +78
 Togo 5 2 1 131 138 -7
 Nigeria 4 1 2 159 168 -9
 Guinea 3 0 3 125 187 -62
December 1974
Nigeria  70–53  Guinea
Scoring by half: 32-15, 38-38
December 1974
Egypt  59–41  Togo
Scoring by half: 24-22, 35-19

December 1974
Togo  48–39  Guinea
Scoring by half: 24-18, 24-21
December 1974
Egypt  73–49  Nigeria
Scoring by half: 43-29, 30-20

December 1974
Togo  42–40  Nigeria
Scoring by half: 22-29, 20-11
December 1974
Egypt  69–33  Guinea
Scoring by half: 39-21, 30-12

Knockout stage[edit]

 
5–8th classification5th place
 
      
 
December 30 1974
 
 
 Nigeria59
 
December 31 1974
 
 Guinea47
 
 Nigeria60
 
December 30 1974
 
 Central African Rep.30
 
 Central African R.2
 
 
 Mali0
 
7th place
 
 
December 31 1974
 
 
 Guinea2
 
 
 Mali0


 
Semi-finalsFinal
 
      
 
December 30 1974
 
 
 Senegal 60
 
December 31 1974
 
 Togo 30
 
 Senegal 47
 
December 30 1974
 
 Tunisia 44
 
 Egypt 46
 
 
 Tunisia 47
 
Third place
 
 
December 31 1974
 
 
 Egypt 56
 
 
 Togo 34

5–8th classification[edit]

December 30 1974
Central African Rep.  2–0  Mali
December 30 1974
Nigeria  59–47  Guinea
Scoring by half: 27-23, 32-24

Semifinals[edit]

December 30 1974
Senegal  60–30  Togo
Scoring by half: 27-12, 33-18
December 30 1974
Egypt  46–47  Tunisia
Scoring by half: 15-17, 31-30

7th place match[edit]

December 31 1974
Guinea  2–0  Mali

5th place match[edit]

December 31 1974
Nigeria  60–30  Central African Rep.
Scoring by half: 27-12, 33-18

Bronze medal match[edit]

December 31 1974
Egypt  56–34  Togo
Scoring by half: 27-23, 29-11

Final[edit]

December 31 1974
Senegal  47–44  Tunisia
Scoring by half: 22-18, 25-26

Final standings [4][edit]

Qualified for the 1975 FIBA Women's World Cup
Rank Team Record
Gold medal africa.svg  Senegal 6–0
Silver medal africa.svg  Tunisia 4–2
Bronze medal africa.svg  Egypt 4–1
4  Togo 2–3
5  Nigeria 3–2
6  Central African Rep. 2–4
7  Guinea 1–4
8  Mali 2–4
9  Algeria 0–4

Awards[edit]

 1974 FIBA Africa Championship for Women Winners 

Senegal
First title
Most Valuable Player


External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Schedule & results". FIBA.com. Retrieved 2014-01-06.
  2. ^ "Group standings". FIBA.com. Retrieved 2014-01-06.
  3. ^ "Women Basketball Africa Championship 1974 Tunis (TUN) - 24.12-01.01.1975 Winner Senegal". todor66.com. Retrieved 2014-01-06.
  4. ^ "Final standings". the-sports-org.com. Retrieved 2014-01-05.