2010 FIBA Europe Under-16 Championship for Women

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2010 EuroBasket Under-16 for Women
22nd FIBA Europe Under-16 Championship for Women
Tournament details
Host nation Greece
Dates 12–22 August 2010
Teams 16 (from 1 federations)
Venues (in 2 host cities)
Champions  Russia (4th title)
MVP France Olivia Epoupa
Tournament leaders
Players Teams
Points Netherlands Treffers (18.6)  Russia (76.0)
Rebounds Spain Balart (11.5)  Russia (52.0)
Assists Poland Owczarzak (4.3)  Russia (13.6)
Official website
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The 2010 FIBA Europe Under-16 Championship for Women was the 22nd edition of the FIBA Europe Under-16 Championship for Women. 16 teams featured the competition, held in Greece from August 12–22. Spain was the defending champion.

Teams[edit]

Group stages[edit]

Preliminary Round[edit]

In this round, the sixteen teams were allocated in four groups of four teams each. The top three qualiffied for the Qualifying Round. The last team of each group played for the 13th–16th place in the Classification Games.

     Team advanced to Qualifying Round
     Team competed in Classification Round
Times given below are in EEST (UTC+3).

Group A[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Tiebreaker
 Russia 3 3 0 265 146 +119 6
 Sweden 3 2 1 182 200 −18 5
 Finland 3 1 2 151 195 −44 4
 Lithuania 3 0 3 142 199 −57 3
August 12
14:15
Finland  53–80  Russia
Scoring by quarter: 20–17, 7–18, 13–18, 13–27
Pts: Emmi Leino (13)
Rebs: Elisa Runsas (7)
Asts: Emmi Leino, Kaisa Kuisma (2)
Pts: Alexandra Marchenkova (15)
Rebs: Alexandra Marchenkova (14)
Asts: Polina Sych (6)
Ioannis Skarkalas Hall, Kozani
Attendance: 150
Referees: Janusz Calik, Francis Santos, Maka Kupatadze
August 12
16:30
Sweden  61–55  Lithuania
Scoring by quarter: 18–15, 15–12, 11–11, 17–17
Pts: Paulina Hersler (33)
Rebs: Paulina Hersler (14)
Asts: Iris Strömberg (4)
Pts: Egle Zelnyte (13)
Rebs: Justina Matuzonyte (15)
Asts: six players (1)
Ioannis Skarkalas Hall, Kozani
Attendance: 100
Referees: Tomislav Kovacic, Carlos Mateus, Vincent Delestrée

August 13
14:15
Lithuania  48–50  Finland
Scoring by quarter: 15–18, 11–12, 7–12, 15–8
Pts: Gerda Kruckauskaite (11)
Rebs: Egle Zelnyte (9)
Asts: Egle Zelnyte (3)
Pts: Anni Kärkkäinen (12)
Rebs: Elisa Runsas (9)
Asts: four players (1)
DAK Ptolemaida I, Ptolemaida
Attendance: 50
Referees: Enrico Sabetta, Zafer Yilmaz, Jelena Tomic
August 13
18:45
Russia  97–54  Sweden
Scoring by quarter: 22–16, 35–17, 22–12, 18–9
Pts: Polina Sych, Albina Razheva (16)
Rebs: Albina Razheva (9)
Asts: three players (3)
Pts: Raushan Gültekin, Evelyn Troha (10)
Rebs: Signe Lennartsdotter (5)
Asts: Iris Strömberg (2)
DAK Ptolemaida I, Ptolemaida
Referees: Henrykh Bekish, Ilona Kucerova, Francis Santos

August 14
14:15
Russia  88–39  Lithuania
Scoring by quarter: 23–16, 14–11, 26–4, 25–8
Pts: Julia Gladkova (12)
Rebs: Anna Shchetina (16)
Asts: Yulia Sorokina (4)
Pts: Egle Zelnyte (8)
Rebs: Egle Zelnyte (6)
Asts: 3 tied with (1)
Ioannis Skarkalas Hall, Kozani
Attendance: 80
Referees: Georgios Tanatzis, Henri Hilke, Vincent Delestrée
August 14
21:00
Sweden  67–48  Finland
Scoring by quarter: 15–15, 18–11, 19–12, 15–10
Pts: Linnea Frykbo, Agnes Mellström (14)
Rebs: Agnes Mellström (10)
Asts: Johanna Andersson (4)
Pts: Vilma Purhonen (12)
Rebs: Elisa Runsas (9)
Asts: 3 tied with (2)
Ioannis Skarkalas Hall, Kozani
Attendance: 200
Referees: Miodrag Licina, Janusz Calik, Maka Kupatadze

Group B[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Tiebreaker
 France 3 3 0 186 170 +16 6
 Croatia 3 2 1 240 197 +43 5
 Serbia 3 1 2 171 195 −24 4
 Italy 3 0 3 156 191 −35 3
August 12
18:45
Croatia  74–79  France
Scoring by quarter: 20–23, 21–13, 17–28, 16–15
Pts: Lana Pačkovski (14)
Rebs: Ivana Tikvić (9)
Asts: Lana Pačkovski (4)
Pts: Olivia Epoupa (24)
Rebs: Marième Badiane (14)
Asts: Valeriane Ayayi, Olivia Epoupa (2)
Ioannis Skarkalas Hall, Kozani
Attendance: 300
Referees: Virginijus Dovidavicius, Zdravko Rutesic, Alin Faur
August 12
21:00
Italy  55–58  Serbia
Scoring by quarter: 15–14, 7–19, 19–8, 14–17
Pts: Giulia Gombac (15)
Rebs: Francesca Minali (15)
Asts: Francesca Minali, Erica Reggiani (2)
Pts: Nataša Kovačević (16)
Rebs: Kristina Topuzović (10)
Asts: Nataša Kovačević (3)
Ioannis Skarkalas Hall, Kozani
Attendance: 500
Referees: Vladimir Tsekov, Zoran Zlatevski, Apostolos Kalpakas

August 13
16:30
Serbia  67–90  Croatia
Scoring by quarter: 16–22, 17–24, 18–22, 16–22
Pts: Nataša Kovačević (22)
Rebs: Nataša Kovačević (7)
Asts: Kristina Topuzović (3)
Pts: Ružica Džankić (26)
Rebs: Ivana Tikvić (9)
Asts: Lana Pačkovski (7)
DAK Ptolemaida I, Ptolemaida
Attendance: 45
Referees: Janusz Calik, Aleksandar Milojevik, Gennadi Ponomarev
August 13
21:00
France  57–50  Italy
Scoring by quarter: 25–17, 7–14, 12–9, 13–10
Pts: Valeriane Ayayi (18)
Rebs: Olivia Epoupa (12)
Asts: Olivia Epoupa, Lidija Turčinović (3)
Pts: Erica Reggiani (15)
Rebs: Francesca Minali (6)
Asts: three players (1)
DAK Ptolemaida I, Ptolemaida
Attendance: 80
Referees: Georgios Tanatzis, Zdravko Rutesic, Tomislav Kovacic

August 14
16:30
France  50–46  Serbia
Scoring by quarter: 7–19, 13–16, 19–9, 11–2
Pts: Olivia Epoupa (25)
Rebs: Marieme Badiane (9)
Asts: 4 tied with (2)
Pts: Nataša Kovačević (13)
Rebs: Kristina Topuzović (7)
Asts: Jovana Vidaković (4)
Ioannis Skarkalas Hall, Kozani
Attendance: 500
Referees: Virginijus Dovidavicius, Oscar Perea, Ilona Kucerova
August 14
18:45
Italy  51–76  Croatia
Scoring by quarter: 16–16, 21–8, 5–17, 9–25
Pts: Erica Reggiani (14)
Rebs: Francesca Minali (8)
Asts: Marida Orazzo, Antonia Peresson (2)
Pts: Ružica Džankić (17)
Rebs: Andrijana Cvitković (15)
Asts: Lana Pačkovski (7)
Ioannis Skarkalas Hall, Kozani
Attendance: 500
Referees: Henrykh Bekish, Zafer Yilmaz, Apostolos Kalpakas

Group C[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Tiebreaker
 Turkey 3 2 1 185 175 +10 5 1–0
 Netherlands 3 2 1 190 195 −5 5 0–1
 Spain 3 1 2 186 186 0 4 1–0
 Poland 3 1 2 190 195 −5 4 0–1
August 12
14:15
Netherlands  71–67  Spain
Scoring by quarter: 14–22, 14–12, 21–21, 14–8
Pts: Kourtney Treffers (26)
Rebs: Kourtney Treffers (12)
Asts: Laura Cornelius (4)
Pts: Irene Gari (22)
Rebs: Marlés Balart (8)
Asts: Elena De Alfredo (4)
DAK Ptolemaida I, Ptolemaida
Attendance: 70
Referees: Georgios Tanatzis, Ilona Kucerova, Henri Hilke
August 12
16:30
Poland  69–63  Turkey
Scoring by quarter: 19–16, 15–12, 18–17, 17–18
Pts: Beata Jaworska, Kinga Wozniak (14)
Rebs: Beata Jaworska, Dominika Miloszewska (9)
Asts: Dominika Owczarzak (6)
Pts: Deniz Dogan (17)
Rebs: Cansu Köksal (7)
Asts: Melek Yusufoglu (3)
DAK Ptolemaida I, Ptolemaida
Attendance: 40
Referees: Iskren Manolov, Henrykh Bekish, Gennadi Ponomarev

August 13
14:15
Spain  65–58  Poland
Scoring by quarter: 18–8, 19–19, 15–16, 13–15
Pts: Marlés Balart (16)
Rebs: Marlés Balart (17)
Asts: Marlés Balart (5)
Pts: Dominika Owczarzak (22)
Rebs: Katarzyna Jaworska (11)
Asts: Monika Naczk (4)
Ioannis Skarkalas Hall, Kozani
Attendance: 150
Referees: Miodrag Licina, Vladimir Tsekov, Zoran Zlatevski
August 13
18:45
Turkey  65–52  Netherlands
Scoring by quarter: 19–11, 15–19, 19–15, 12–7
Pts: Cansu Köksal (13)
Rebs: Tilbe Senyürek (13)
Asts: Merve Aydın (5)
Pts: Britt Zappeij (12)
Rebs: Kourtney Treffers (8)
Asts: Carmen Droste (2)
Ioannis Skarkalas Hall, Kozani
Attendance: 150
Referees: Virginijus Dovidavicius, Henri Hilke, Maka Kupatadze

August 14
14:15
Poland  63–67  Netherlands
Scoring by quarter: 13−9, 14−21, 17−18, 19−19
Pts: Beata Jaworska (19)
Rebs: Dominika Miloszewska (8)
Asts: Dominika Owczarzak (3)
Pts: Kourtney Treffers (21)
Rebs: Kourtney Treffers, Isabella Slim (11)
Asts: Aggy Schalkwijk (3)
DAK Ptolemaida I, Ptolemaida
Attendance: 80
Referees: Carlos Mateus, Aleksandar Milojevik, Jelena Tomic
August 14
21:00
Spain  54–57  Turkey
Scoring by quarter: 20−16, 7−21, 11−14, 16−6
Pts: Elena De Alfredo (13)
Rebs: Marlés Balart (10)
Asts: Patricia Soler (3)
Pts: Cansu Köksal (16)
Rebs: Elif Emirtekin, Tilbe Senyürek (10)
Asts: Melek Yusufoglu (2)
DAK Ptolemaida I, Ptolemaida
Attendance: 150
Referees: Enrico Sabetta, Gennadi Ponomarev, Alin Faur

Group D[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Tiebreaker
 Belgium 3 3 0 196 156 +40 6
 Greece 3 2 1 163 175 −12 5
 Czech Republic 3 1 2 177 178 −1 4
 Belarus 3 0 3 157 184 −27 3
August 12
18:45
Greece  45–62  Belgium
Scoring by quarter: 9–15, 4–23, 17–11, 15–13
Pts: Stefania Sideri (13)
Rebs: Styliani Fouraki (7)
Asts: Eleni Kyratzi (2)
Pts: Heleen Adams (14)
Rebs: Harriet Bende (10)
Asts: Antonia Delaere (4)
DAK Ptolemaida I, Ptolemaida
Attendance: 150
Referees: Miodrag Licina, Jelena Tomic, Aleksandar Milojevik
August 12
21:00
Czech Republic  60–50  Belarus
Scoring by quarter: 23–8, 6–15, 14–10, 17–17
Pts: Karolina Severova (12)
Rebs: Nada Salacova (14)
Asts: Nada Salacova (3)
Pts: Hanna Kalenta (24)
Rebs: Maryia Papova (13)
Asts: Hanna Kalenta (3)
DAK Ptolemaida I, Ptolemaida
Attendance: 25
Referees: Oscar Perea, Enrico Sabetta, Henri Hilke

August 13
16:30
Belarus  56–59  Greece
Scoring by quarter: 16–14, 14–19, 12–19, 14–7
Pts: Hanna Kalenta (16)
Rebs: Hanna Kalenta (12)
Asts: Maryia Papova (5)
Pts: Stefania Sideri (13)
Rebs: Styliani Fouraki (14)
Asts: Eleni Kyratzi (4)
Ioannis Skarkalas Hall, Kozani
Attendance: 1,000
Referees: Oscar Perea, Carlos Mateus, Vincent Delestrée
August 13
21:00
Belgium  69–60  Czech Republic
Scoring by quarter: 22–18, 10–11, 15–12, 22–19
Pts: Antonia Delaere (18)
Rebs: Heleen Adams (8)
Asts: three players (2)
Pts: Tereza Vyoralová (16)
Rebs: Nada Salacova (13)
Asts: Tereza Vyoralová, Andrea Andelova (2)
Ioannis Skarkalas Hall, Kozani
Attendance: 100
Referees: Iskren Manolov, Alin Faur, Apostolos Kalpakas

August 14
16:30
Czech Republic  57–59  Greece
Scoring by quarter: 16−16, 10−10, 13−12, 18−21
Pts: Tereza Vyoralová (20)
Rebs: Nada Salacova, Tereza Vyoralová (8)
Asts: Andrea Andelova (2)
Pts: Foteini Priona (13)
Rebs: Vasiliki Tarla (16)
Asts: Eleni Kyratzi, Stefania Sideri (2)
DAK Ptolemaida I, Ptolemaida
Attendance: 300
Referees: Tomislav Kovacic, Iskren Manolov, Zoran Zlatevski
August 14
18:45
Belgium  65–51  Belarus
Scoring by quarter: 22−17, 10−14, 23−7, 10−13
Pts: Antonia Delaere (18)
Rebs: Manon Humblet, Axelle Bernard (5)
Asts: Axelle Bernard, Charlotte Heeren (2)
Pts: Hanna Kalenta, Maryia Papova (11)
Rebs: Yuliya Haponava (6)
Asts: 4 tied with (2)
DAK Ptolemaida I, Ptolemaida
Attendance: 70
Referees: Vladimir Tsekov, Zdravko Rutesic, Francis Santos

Qualifying Round[edit]

The twelve teams remaining were allocated in two groups of six teams each. The four top teams advanced to the quarterfinals. The last two teams of each group played for the 9th–12th place.

     Team advanced to Quarterfinals
     Team competed in 9th–12th playoffs

Group E[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Tiebreaker
 Russia 5 4 1 379 194 +85 9 1–1 +10
 Croatia 5 4 1 375 316 +59 9 1–1 +1
 France 5 4 1 326 284 +42 9 1–1 −11
 Serbia 5 2 3 310 282 +28 7
 Sweden 5 1 4 259 351 −92 6
 Finland 5 0 5 237 359 −122 5
August 16
16:30
Finland  44–78  France
Scoring by quarter: 18−22, 6−16, 9−13, 11−27
Pts: Ella Rantanen (10)
Rebs: 3 tied with (4)
Asts: 2 tied with (2)
Pts: Clémentine Morateur (15)
Rebs: Mousdandy Djaldi-Tabdi (9)
Asts: Céline Pfister (6)
August 16
18:45
Serbia  60–65  Russia
Scoring by quarter: 11−17, 22−13, 19−19, 8−16
Pts: Nataša Kovačević, Aleksandra Stanacev (14)
Rebs: Nataša Kovačević, Ivana Boskovic (8)
Asts: Nataša Kovačević (3)
Pts: Polina Sych (19)
Rebs: Anna Shchetina (11)
Asts: 2 tied with (2)
August 16
21:00
Croatia  68–49  Sweden
Scoring by quarter: 26−16, 13−8, 14−14, 15−11
Pts: Ana-Marija Begić (20)
Rebs: Ružica Džankić (11)
Asts: Ružica Džankić (4)
Pts: Erica Iderstal (19)
Rebs: Paulina Hersler (9)
Asts: Johanna Andersson (4)

August 17
14:15
Serbia  64–38  Finland
Scoring by quarter: 14−11, 20−10, 16−6, 14−11
Pts: Nataša Kovačević (13)
Rebs: Jovana Vidaković (7)
Asts: Aleksandra Stanaćev (5)
Pts: Anni Kärkkäinen (10)
Rebs: Ella Rantanen (5)
Asts: 4 tied with (1)
August 17
18:45
Russia  67–73  Croatia
Scoring by quarter: 14−15, 19−17, 19−20, 15−21
Pts: Julia Gladkova, Polina Sych (12)
Rebs: Anna Shchetina (9)
Asts: Polina Sych (4)
Pts: Lana Pačkovski (23)
Rebs: four players (8)
Asts: Ana-Marija Begić, Lana Pačkovski (5)
DAK Ptolemaida I, Ptolemaida
Attendance: 170
August 17
21:00
Sweden  50–65  France
Scoring by quarter: 12−20, 13−19, 10−9, 15−17
Pts: Paulina Hersler (9)
Rebs: Paulina Hersler (9)
Asts: four players (1)
Pts: Olivia Epoupa, Mousdandy Djaldi-Tabdi (12)
Rebs: Mousdandy Djaldi-Tabdi (10)
Asts: Valeriane Ayayi, Olivia Epoupa (2)
DAK Ptolemaida I, Ptolemaida
Attendance: 130

August 18
14:15
Croatia  70–54  Finland
Scoring by quarter: 9−13, 19−14, 17−8, 25−19
Pts: Ivana Tikvić (14)
Rebs: Ana-Marija Begić
Asts: Anja Majstorović (3)
Pts: Anni Kärkkäinen (17)
Rebs: Vilma Purhonen (8)
Asts: four players (1)
August 18
16:30
France  54–70  Russia
Scoring by quarter: 11−17, 18−19, 15−17, 10−17
Pts: Olivia Epoupa (14)
Rebs: Olivia Epoupa (10)
Asts: Olivia Epoupa (4)
Pts: Alexandra Marchenkova (15)
Rebs: Albina Razheva (8)
Asts: Olga Novikova (3)
August 18
21:00
Sweden  39–73  Serbia
Scoring by quarter: 11−16, 15−25, 4−21, 9−11
Pts: Linnea Frykbo (11)
Rebs: Paulina Hersler, Iris Strömberg (6)
Asts: Johanna Andersson (2)
Pts: Nataša Kovačević (23)
Rebs: Nataša Kovačević (9)
Asts: three players (2)

Group F[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Tiebreaker
 Turkey 5 5 0 326 260 +66 10
 Spain 5 3 2 277 263 +14 8 1–0
 Belgium 5 3 2 307 307 0 8 0–1
 Netherlands 5 2 3 299 310 –11 7
 Greece 5 1 4 233 284 –51 6 1–0
 Czech Republic 5 1 4 279 297 –18 6 0–1
August 16
14:15
Czech Republic  55–67  Turkey
Scoring by quarter: 16–18, 13–20, 12–16, 14–13
Pts: 3 tied with (12)
Rebs: Nada Salacova (15)
Asts: 2 tied with (2)
Pts: Doga Comba (14)
Rebs: Hülya Coklar (7)
Asts: 3 tied with (3)
August 16
18:45
Greece  50–60  Netherlands
Scoring by quarter: 15–13, 11–13, 11–12, 13–22
Pts: Vasiliki Tarla (15)
Rebs: Styliani Fouraki (12)
Asts: Eleni Kyratzi (4)
Pts: Kourtney Treffers (20)
Rebs: Kourtney Treffers (11)
Asts: 2 tied with (2)
DAK Ptolemaida I, Ptolemaida
Attendance: 500
August 16
21:00
Spain  61–48  Belgium
Scoring by quarter: 15–22, 18–18, 20–2, 8–6
Pts: Maria Arrojo (12)
Rebs: 3 tied with (8)
Asts: Marlés Balart (3)
Pts: Heleen Adams (16)
Rebs: Antonia Delaere (10)
Asts: Heleen Adams (3)
DAK Ptolemaida I, Ptolemaida
Attendance: 150

August 17
16:30
Czech Republic  44–50  Spain
Scoring by quarter: 15–9, 13–12, 6–12, 10–17
Pts: Tereza Vyoralová (13)
Rebs: Karolina Severova (8)
Asts: Tereza Vyoralová (3)
Pts: Marlés Balart (14)
Rebs: Marlés Balart (11)
Asts: Marlés Balart, Marta Montoliu (2)
August 17
18:45
Turkey  60–36  Greece
Scoring by quarter: 17–2, 13–17, 17–6, 13–11
Pts: Deniz Dogan (15)
Rebs: Cansu Köksal (11)
Asts: Merve Aydın, Cansu Köksal (3)
Pts: Elisavet Kotoula (10)
Rebs: Vasiliki Tarla (10)
Asts: three players (1)
Ioannis Skarkalas Hall, Kozani
Attendance: 1,200
August 17
21:00
Netherlands  64–65 (OT)  Belgium
Scoring by quarter: 16–11, 16–14, 13–18, 12–14Overtime: 7–8
Pts: Kourtney Treffers (26)
Rebs: Kourtney Treffers (11)
Asts: three players (2)
Pts: Antonia Delaere (18)
Rebs: Harriet Bende (10)
Asts: Antonia Delaere (4)

August 18
18:45
Belgium  63–77  Turkey
Scoring by quarter: 18–24, 14–20, 11–12, 20–21
Pts: Heleen Adams (16)
Rebs: Harriet Bende (8)
Asts: Hind Ben Abdelkader (4)
Pts: Merve Aydın (20)
Rebs: Cansu Köksal (10)
Asts: Merve Aydın (4)
August 18
18:45
Greece  43–45  Spain
Scoring by quarter: 5–14, 15–12, 9–7, 14–15
Pts: Foteini Priona, Vasiliki Tarla (9)
Rebs: Styliani Fouraki (10)
Asts: Eleni Kyratzi, Maria Papavasileiou (2)
Pts: Marlés Balart (11)
Rebs: Marlés Balart (28)
Asts: Marlés Balart (3)
DAK Ptolemaida I, Ptolemaida
Attendance: 1,200
August 18
21:00
Netherlands  52–63  Czech Republic
Scoring by quarter: 10–20, 15–15, 11–8, 16–20
Pts: Kourtney Treffers (22)
Rebs: Kourtney Treffers (10)
Asts: Laura Cornelius, Naomi Harris (1)
Pts: Tereza Vyoralová (12)
Rebs: Nada Salacova (14)
Asts: Karolina Severova (3)
DAK Ptolemaida I, Ptolemaida
Attendance: 110

Classification Round[edit]

The last teams of each group in the Preliminary Round will compete in this Classification Round. The four teams will play in one group. The last two teams will be relegated to Division B for the next season.

     Team will be relegated to Division B.

Group G[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Tiebreaker
 Italy 6 5 1 395 318 +77 11
 Poland 6 3 3 357 321 +36 9 1–1 +34
 Belarus 6 3 3 282 318 –36 9 1–1 –34
 Lithuania 6 1 5 288 365 –77 7
August 16
14:15
Italy  79–70  Poland
Scoring by quarter: 16–14, 15–23, 18–18, 30–15
Pts: Antonia Peresson (20)
Rebs: Francesca Minali (14)
Asts: 2 tied with (2)
Pts: Kinga Wozniak (22)
Rebs: Dominika Miloszewska (11)
Asts: Dominika Owczarzak (8)
August 16
16:30
Lithuania  37–51  Belarus
Scoring by quarter: 10–18, 9–11, 10–8, 8–14
Pts: Gerda Kruckauskaite (11)
Rebs: Justina Matuzonyte (8)
Asts: 4 tied with (1)
Pts: Maryia Papova (20)
Rebs: Maryia Papova (16)
Asts: Maryia Papova (5)

August 17
14:15
Belarus  36–57  Italy
Scoring by quarter: 14–6, 10–24, 5–11, 7–16
Pts: Maryia Papova (12)
Rebs: Maryia Papova (14)
Asts: Hanna Kalenta (5)
Pts: Antonia Peresson (12)
Rebs: Francesca Minali (9)
Asts: Elisabetta Mazzoleni (3)
August 17
16:30
Poland  55–48  Lithuania
Scoring by quarter: 14–4, 19–14, 16–19, 6–11
Pts: Maja Rynkiewicz (11)
Rebs: Daria Marciniak (7)
Asts: Monika Naczk (4)
Pts: Egle Zelnyte (17)
Rebs: Laura Zelnyte (11)
Asts: Gintare Jasiunskaite (3)

August 18
14:15
Lithuania  46–76  Italy
Scoring by quarter: 12–18, 18–21, 8–15, 8–22
Pts: Gerda Kruckauskaite, Simona Dobrovolskyte (10)
Rebs: Justina Matuzonyte (8)
Asts: Egle Zilyte (2)
Pts: Marida Orazzo (15)
Rebs: three players (6)
Asts: Eleonora Zanetti (5)
August 18
16:30
Poland  66–27  Belarus
Scoring by quarter: 26–2, 7–4, 14–13, 19–8
Pts: Dominika Miloszewska (14)
Rebs: Beata Jaworska (14)
Asts: Dominika Owczarzak (5)
Pts: Yuliya Haponava (9)
Rebs: Maryia Papova, Katsiaryna Pratasevich (6)
Asts: Yuliya Haponava (2)

August 20
14:15
Belarus  67–44  Lithuania
Scoring by quarter: 22–14, 12–13, 21–10, 12–7
Pts: Ksenija Voishal (16)
Rebs: Maryia Papova (11)
Asts: Maryia Papova (4)
Pts: Ieva Kazlauskaite (10)
Rebs: Laura Zelnyte (9)
Asts: Dovile Latonaite (2)
August 20
16:30
Poland  58–61  Italy
Scoring by quarter: 14–11, 16–17, 11–12, 17–21
Pts: Dominika Miloszewska, Marlena Blicharz (14)
Rebs: Dominika Miloszewska (12)
Asts: Monika Naczk, Kinga Wozniak (5)
Pts: Giulia Gombac (13)
Rebs: Francesca Minali (11)
Asts: Giulia Gombac (2)

August 21
14:15
Lithuania  51–58  Poland
Scoring by quarter: 17–10, 13–16, 10–19, 11–13
Pts: Greta Tamasauskaite (14)
Rebs: Inga Brusokaite (11)
Asts: Greta Tamasauskaite (4)
Pts: Marlena Blicharz (16)
Rebs: Beata Jaworska, Dominika Miloszewska (10)
Asts: Dominika Owczarzak (4)
August 21
16:30
Italy  64–46  Belarus
Scoring by quarter: 17–11, 16–14, 14–10, 17–11
Pts: Giulia Scaramuzza (12)
Rebs: Francesca Minali (10)
Asts: Elena Ramò, Giulia Scaramuzza (3)
Pts: Yuliya Haponava (14)
Rebs: Yuliya Haponava (12)
Asts: Maryia Papova (5)
DAK Ptolemaida I, Ptolemaida
Attendance: 70
Referees: Ilona Kucerova, Maka Kupatadze, Jelena Tomic

August 22
14:00
Italy  58–62  Lithuania
Scoring by quarter: 16–24, 10–14, 11–11, 21–13
Pts: Erica Reggiani (16)
Rebs: Eleonora Zizola (9)
Asts: Erica Reggiani (4)
Pts: Laura Zelnyte (14)
Rebs: Inga Brusokaite (9)
Asts: Gintare Jasiunskaite, Laura Zelnyte (2)
DAK Ptolemaida I, Ptolemaida
Referees: Janusz Calik, Gennadi Ponomarev, Zafer Yilmaz
August 22
16:15
Belarus  55–50  Poland

Knockout round[edit]

Championship[edit]

Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
                   
August 20 – Kozani        
  Russia  80
August 21 – Kozani
  Netherlands  58  
  Russia  66
August 20 – Kozani
    France  59  
  Spain  57
August 22 – Kozani
  France  60  
  Russia  71
August 20 – Kozani
    Croatia  53
  Croatia  56
August 21 – Kozani
  Belgium  51  
  Croatia  64 Third place
August 20 – Kozani
    Serbia  51  
  Turkey  49   France  50
  Serbia  54     Serbia  44
August 22 – Kozani

Quarterfinals[edit]

August 20
14:15
Russia  80–58  Netherlands
Scoring by quarter: 20–19, 19–13, 23–14, 18–12
Pts: Alexandra Marchenkova (19)
Rebs: Alexandra Marchenkova (10)
Asts: Ekaterina Ryabova, Natalia Grishkevich (3)
Pts: Kourtney Treffers (23)
Rebs: Kourtney Treffers (13)
Asts: Inez van Hulsen (3)
August 20
16:30
Croatia  56–51  Belgium
Scoring by quarter: 12–14, 18–11, 13–14, 13–12
Pts: Andrijana Cvitković (17)
Rebs: three players (8)
Asts: four players (1)
Pts: Camille Lebrun (20)
Rebs: Heleen Adams (6)
Asts: Heleen Adams (7)
August 20
18:45
Turkey  49–54  Serbia
Scoring by quarter: 19–12, 9–7, 10–16, 11–19
Pts: Didem Nakas (15)
Rebs: Tilbe Senyürek (13)
Asts: Merve Aydın (3)
Pts: Nataša Kovačević (17)
Rebs: Nataša Kovačević (14)
Asts: Sanja Mandić (4)
August 20
21:00
Spain  57–60  France
Scoring by quarter: 15–21, 14–9, 18–19, 10–11
Pts: Elena De Alfredo (19)
Rebs: Maria Arrojo (13)
Asts: Irene Gari (3)
Pts: Olivia Epoupa (21)
Rebs: Marième Badiane, Mousdandy Djaldi-Tabdi (9)
Asts: Olivia Epoupa (5)

Semifinals[edit]

August 21
18:45
Russia  66–59  France
Scoring by quarter: 18–7, 11–11, 18–16, 19–25
Pts: Anna Shchetina (19)
Rebs: Anna Shchetina (15)
Asts: three players (2)
Pts: Olivia Epoupa (19)
Rebs: Axelle Koundouno (8)
Asts: Olivia Epoupa (6)
Ioannis Skarkalas Hall, Kozani
Attendance: 500
Referees: Miodrag Licina, Enrico Sabetta, Janusz Calik
August 21
21:00
Croatia  64–51  Serbia
Scoring by quarter: 18–8, 11–12, 18–13, 17–18
Pts: Ana-Marija Begić, Ružica Džankić (12)
Rebs: Ana-Marija Begić, Ružica Džankić (10)
Asts: Ružica Džankić (4)
Pts: Nataša Kovačević (18)
Rebs: Nataša Kovačević (9)
Asts: three players (3)
Ioannis Skarkalas Hall, Kozani
Attendance: 800
Referees: Virginijus Dovidavicius, Vladimir Tsekov, Carlos Mateus

Bronze medal game[edit]

August 22
17:45
France  50–44  Serbia
Scoring by quarter: 10–12, 18–7, 11–15, 11–10
Pts: Valeriane Ayayi, Olivia Epoupa (11)
Rebs: Axelle Koundouno (13)
Asts: Olivia Epoupa (6)
Pts: Nataša Kovačević (13)
Rebs: Nataša Kovačević (7)
Asts: Aleksandra Stanaćev (3)
Ioannis Skarkalas Hall, Kozani
Attendance: 1,200
Referees: Henrykh Bekish, Iskren Manolov, Oscar Perea

Final[edit]

August 22
20:00
Russia  71–53  Croatia
Scoring by quarter: 25–17, 13–11, 18–16, 15–9
Pts: Anna Shchetina (15)
Rebs: Olga Novikova (9)
Asts: Julia Gladkova, Olga Novikova (3)
Pts: Andrijana Cvitković (17)
Rebs: Andrijana Cvitković (9)
Asts: Lana Pačkovski (3)
Ioannis Skarkalas Hall, Kozani
Attendance: 1,500
Referees: Georgios Tanatzis, Zdravko Rutesic, Maka Kupatadze

5th–8th playoffs[edit]

Semi-finals Fifth place
August 21 – Kozani
  Netherlands  36  
  Spain  52  
 
August 22 – Kozani
      Spain  45
    Turkey  39
Seventh place
August 21 – Kozani August 22 – Kozani
  Belgium  45   Netherlands  65
  Turkey  62     Belgium  56

5th–8th semifinals[edit]

August 21
14:15
Netherlands  36–52  Spain
Scoring by quarter: 9–21, 6–9, 5–12, 16–10
Pts: Jacobine Klerx (9)
Rebs: Britt Zappeij (6)
Asts: four players (1)
Pts: Marlés Balart, Marta Montoliu (9)
Rebs: Marlés Balart (9)
Asts: Marlés Balart (3)
Ioannis Skarkalas Hall, Kozani
Attendance: 300
Referees: Zdravko Rutesic, Apostolos Kalpakas, Zoran Zlatevski
August 21
16:30
Belgium  45–62  Turkey
Scoring by quarter: 15–15, 8–18, 14–16, 8–13
Pts: Antonia Delaere (14)
Rebs: Camille Lebrun (6)
Asts: Antonia Delaere (5)
Pts: Hülya Coklar (12)
Rebs: Doga Comba (9)
Asts: Deniz Dogan (4)
Ioannis Skarkalas Hall, Kozani
Attendance: 150
Referees: Aleksandar Milojevik, Gennadi Ponomarev, Alin Faur

7th place playoff[edit]

August 22
13:15
Netherlands  65–56  Belgium
Scoring by quarter: 21–18, 17–11, 9–14, 18–13
Pts: Kourtney Treffers (12)
Rebs: Kourtney Treffers (10)
Asts: Isabella Slim (3)
Pts: Hind Ben Abdelkader (16)
Rebs: Axelle Bernard (6)
Asts: Jolien Goyvaerts (2)
Ioannis Skarkalas Hall, Kozani
Attendance: 200
Referees: Carlos Mateus, Henri Hilke, Francis Santos

5th place playoff[edit]

August 22
15:30
Spain  45–39  Turkey
Scoring by quarter: 10–13, 5–11, 13–7, 17–8
Pts: Irene Gari (19)
Rebs: Maria Arrojo (11)
Asts: Elena De Alfredo (3)
Pts: Merve Aydın (12)
Rebs: Tilbe Senyürek (16)
Asts: three players (2)
Ioannis Skarkalas Hall, Kozani
Attendance: 200
Referees: Aleksandar Milojevik, Ilona Kucerova, Vincent Delestrée

9th–12th playoffs[edit]

Semi-finals Ninth place
August 20 – Ptolemaida
  Sweden  51  
  Czech Republic  57  
 
August 21 – Ptolemaida
      Czech Republic  78
    Greece  52
Eleventh place
August 20 – Ptolemaida August 21 – Ptolemaida
  Greece  62   Sweden  64
  Finland  60     Finland  62

9th–12th semifinals[edit]

August 20
18:45
Sweden  51–57  Czech Republic
Scoring by quarter: 12–15, 12–14, 7–14, 20–14
Pts: Paulina Hersler (15)
Rebs: Agnes Mellström (9)
Asts: Raushan Gültekin (2)
Pts: Dominika Pohunková, Nada Salacova (11)
Rebs: Tereza Vyoralová, Nada Salacova (6)
Asts: Dominika Pohunková (2)
August 20
21:00
Greece  62–60  Finland
Scoring by quarter: 18–15, 3–17, 18–15, 23–13
Pts: Maria Papavasileiou (15)
Rebs: Styliani Fouraki (11)
Asts: Eleni Kyratzi (4)
Pts: three players (10)
Rebs: Ella Rantanen (8)
Asts: Anni Kärkkäinen (2)
DAK Ptolemaida I, Ptolemaida
Attendance: 450

11th place playoff[edit]

August 21
18:45
Sweden  64–62 (OT)  Finland
Scoring by quarter: 13–21, 9–10, 16–9, 18–16, Overtime: 8–6
Pts: Paulina Hersler (16)
Rebs: Paulina Hersler (13)
Asts: Iris Strömberg (5)
Pts: Anni Kärkkäinen (15)
Rebs: Anni Kärkkäinen (7)
Asts: Noora Korhonen, Jenni Rantanen (2)
DAK Ptolemaida I, Ptolemaida
Attendance: 50
Referees: Henrykh Bekish, Zafer Yilmaz, Vincent Delestrée

9th place playoff[edit]

August 21
21:00
Czech Republic  78–52  Greece
Scoring by quarter: 26–11, 21–6, 22–22, 9–13
Pts: Dominika Pohunková (11)
Rebs: Nada Salacova (10)
Asts: Dominika Pohunková (5)
Pts: Eleni Kyratzi (12)
Rebs: Styliani Fouraki (12)
Asts: Maria Papavasileiou (6)
DAK Ptolemaida I, Ptolemaida
Attendance: 450
Referees: Tomislav Kovacic, Iskren Manolov, Francis Santos

Final standings[edit]

Rank Team Record
Gold medal icon.svg  Russia 8–1
Silver medal icon.svg  Croatia 7–2
Bronze medal icon.svg  France 7–2
4th  Serbia 4–5
5th  Spain 6–3
6th  Turkey 6–3
7th  Netherlands 4–5
8th  Belgium 4–5
9th  Czech Republic 4–4
10th  Greece 3–5
11th  Sweden 3–5
12th  Finland 1–7
13th  Italy 5–4
14th  Poland 4–5
15th  Belarus 3–6
16th  Lithuania 1–8

Awards[edit]

 2010 FIBA Europe Under-16 Championship for Women Winner 

Russia
Fourth title
Most Valuable Player
France Olivia Epoupa

All-Tournament Team

Fair Play Award

Statistical leaders[edit]

External links[edit]