2004–05 EWWL Trocal League

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2004-05 EWWL Trocal league
League EWWL Trocal league
Sport Basketball
Number of games 76
Number of teams 9
2004–05
Season champions Croatia Šibenik Jolly
(1st title)
Season MVP Croatia Anđa Jelavić
Croatia Vanda Baranović-Urukalo
Serbia and Montenegro Jelena Dubljević
Top scorer Serbia and Montenegro Anica Tešić
MŽRKL seasons

EWWL Trocal League for the season 2004-05 was the fourth season of the WABA League. Attended by nine teams from four countries, a champion for the first time in history, became the team Šibenik Jolly. In this season participating clubs from Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Slovenia, Macedonia and from Austria.

Team information[edit]

Country Teams Team City Venue (Capacity)
Croatia Croatia 3
Gospić Croatia Osiguranje Gospić Gradska Skolska Sportska Dvorana (2,000)
Šibenik Jolly Šibenik Dvorana Baldekin (1,500)
Croatia 2006 Zagreb ŠD Pešćenica (600)
Serbia and Montenegro Serbia and Montenegro 2
Budućnost Podgorica Morača Sports Center (4,570)
Vojvodina NIS Novi Sad SPC Vojvodina (1,030)
Slovenia Slovenia 2
Maribor Maribor Tabor Hall (3.800)
Merkur Celje Celje Dvorana Gimnazije Celje - Center (1,500)
Bosnia and Herzegovina Bosnia and Herzegovina 1
Željezničar Sarajevo Sarajevo Mala dvorana KSC Skenderija (800)
Republic of Macedonia FYR Macedonia 1
Kimiko Struga


Regular season[edit]

The League of the season was played with 9 teams and play a dual circuit system, each with each one game at home and away. The four best teams at the end of the regular season were placed in the Final Four.

Place Team Pld W L Pts
1. . 16 . . . Final Four
2. . 16 . . .
3. . 16 . . .
4. . 16 . . .
5. Slovenia Athlete Celje 16 9 7 25
6. . 16 . . .
7. . 16 . . .
8. Serbia and Montenegro Budućnost Podgorica 16 3 15 21
9. . 16 . . .

Final Four[edit]

Final Four to be played 15 and 16 February 2005 in the Dvorana Baldekin in Šibenik, Croatia.

club 1 result club 2
semifinals
Croatia Šibenik Jolly JBS 80:77 Bosnia and Herzegovina Željezničar Sarajevo
Croatia Gospić Industrogradnja 87:76 Serbia and Montenegro Vojvodina NIS
for third place
Serbia and Montenegro Vojvodina NIS 75:66 Bosnia and Herzegovina Željezničar Sarajevo
final
Croatia Šibenik Jolly JBS 82:66 Croatia Gospić Industrogradnja


2004–05 EWWL Trocal League


Croatia
Šibenik Jolly JBS
1st Title

Awards[edit]

1st Team

References[edit]

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