1990–91 Ronchetti Cup

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The 1990–91 Ronchetti Cup was the 20th edition of FIBA Europe's second-tier competition for women's basketball clubs, running from 26 September 1990 to 27 March 1991.[1] For the second time the final confronted two teams from the sam country, with Gemeaz Milano beating Pool Comense to become the third team to win the competition.[2]

Qualifying Round[edit]

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st 2nd
Challes France 217–85 Luxembourg Sporting Luxembourg 119–47 98–38
Madeira Portugal 99–178 France Aix 54–83 45–95
Tortosa Spain 178–106 Portugal Porto 103–48 75–58
Brisaspor Turkey 144–205 Romania Metalul Rm. Valcea 80–108 64–97
Huboldt Universität Germany 138–165 Belgium Saint Servais 69–74 69–91
Vointa Brasov Romania 166–98 Israel Bnei Yehuda 76–50 90–48
Orchies France 189–175 Germany Munich 85–90 104–85
Lech Poznan Poland 114–173 Spain Godella 59–83 55–90
Istanbul USBK Turkey 108–176 Hungary Budapesti SE 45–95 63–81
Lokomotiv Sofia Bulgaria 139–136 Hungary Tungsram Budapest 66–52 73–84
Sheffield Steelers United Kingdom 141–160 Spain Donostia 71–80 70–80
MENT Thessaloniki Greece 152–167 Bulgaria Levski Sofia 83–85 69–82
Osiris Denderleeuw Belgium 106–172 Germany Wüppertal 56–77 50–95
Minyor Pernik Bulgaria 149–182 Hungary MTK Budapest 68–82 81–100
Yükselis Turkey 142–164 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Zeljeznicar Sarajevo 68–83 74–81
Södertälje Sweden 157–161 Czech Republic Ruzomberok 79–78 78–83
Kremikovtsi Bulgaria 108–146 Soviet Union Dynamo Volgograd 58–71 50–75
Sportul Studentesc Romania 138–150 Soviet Union Spartak Moscow 68–75 50–75
Vantaa Finland 139–153 Poland Stal Brzeg 63–70 76–83

Round of 32[edit]

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st 2nd
Challes France 133–141 Italy Libertas Trogylos 83–75 50–66
Aix France 178–134 Spain Zaragoza 96–61 82–73
Tortosa Spain 142–190 Italy Pool Comense 82–102 60–88
Metalul Rm. Valcea Romania 106–162 Italy Milano 62–74 44–88
Saint Servais Belgium 123–166 Italy Vicenza 70–83 53–83
Vointa Brasov Romania 128–173 Soviet Union CSKA Moscow 68–83 60–90
Orchies France 178–134 Czech Republic Slavia Prague 82–61 68–75
Apollon Kalamarias Greece 114–223 Spain Godella 67–107 47–116
Budapesti SE Hungary 105–109 France Paris Racing 69–50 36–59
Lokomotiv Sofia Bulgaria 124–121 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Montmontaza Zagreb 73–72 51–49
Donostia Spain 177–171 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Sibenik 108–85 69–86
Levski Sofia Bulgaria 129–140 Soviet Union Moldova Chisinau 71–74 58–66
Wüppertal Germany 150–171 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Crvena Zvezda 77–88 73–83
MTK Budapest Hungary 154–172 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Zeljeznicar Sarajevo 77–86 77–86
Ruzomberok Czech Republic 146–160 Soviet Union Dynamo Volgograd 74–69 72–91
Spartak Moscow Soviet Union 210–170 Poland Stal Brzeg 101–73 109–97

Group stage[edit]

Group A[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA
Italy Milano 6 6 0 450 417
France Orchies 6 3 3 439 401
Soviet Union Moldova Chisinau 6 3 3 433 416
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Zeljeznicar Sarajevo 6 0 6 449 537

Group B[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA
Spain Godella 6 6 0 479 379
Italy Libertas Trogylos 6 3 3 449 418
Soviet Union Dynamo Volgograd 6 2 4 452 476
Bulgaria Lokomotiv Sofia 6 1 5 420 527

Group C[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA
Soviet Union CSKA Moscow 6 4 2 475 438
Italy Vicenza 6 4 2 468 437
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Crvena Zvezda 6 4 2 447 452
France Paris Racing 6 0 6 384 487

Group D[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA
Italy Pool Comense 6 5 1 520 396
Soviet Union Spartak Moscow 6 5 1 556 475
France Aix 6 2 4 483 493
Spain Donostia 6 0 6 388 583

Semifinals[edit]

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st 2nd
CSKA Moscow Soviet Union 152–158 Italy Gemeaz Milano 78–74 74–84
Godella Spain 126–130 Italy Pool Comense 70–57 56–73

Final[edit]

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st 2nd
Gemeaz Milano Italy 152–145 Italy Pool Comense 94–76 58–69

References[edit]

  1. ^ Results in todor66.com
  2. ^ List of finals in the-sports.org