2016 FIBA European Championship for Small Countries

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2016 FIBA European Championship
for Small Countries
FIBA Small Countries 2016.png
Tournament details
Host nation Moldova
Dates28 June – 3 July
Teams8
Venues
(in 1 host city)
Champions Armenia
(1st title)
MVPArmenia Andre Spight
Tournament leaders
PlayersTeams
Points Armenia Spight (21.2)  Armenia (78.2)
Rebounds Malta Falzon (15.0)  Wales (46.2)
Assists Andorra Fernández (5.2)  Moldova (17.2)
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The 2016 FIBA European Championship for Small Countries was the 15th edition of this tournament. It was hosted by Moldova.[1]

Armenia won its first ever gold in this championship by beating Andorra in the final, 79–71.[2]

Teams[edit]

After the withdrawal of Monaco, which was initially drawn in the Group B,[3] eight countries joined the tournament:[4]

The national team of Armenia made their official debut in a FIBA competition.

Draw[edit]

The draw took place on 22 January 2016.[3]

Pot 1 Pot 2 Pot 3 Pot 4
 Andorra
 Malta
 San Marino
 Wales
 Gibraltar
 Moldova
 Ireland
 Armenia

Preliminary round[edit]

All times are local (UTC+3).

Group A[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Qualification
1  Ireland 3 3 0 270 132 +138 6 Semifinals
2  San Marino 3 2 1 165 152 +13 5
3  Malta 3 1 2 145 202 −57 4 Classification 5–8
4  Gibraltar 3 0 3 125 219 −94 3
Source: FIBA
28 June
13:45
San Marino  61–41  Malta
Scoring by quarter: 18–11, 13–13, 20–7, 10–10
Pts: Botteghi 19
Rebs: Raschi 16
Asts: Raschi 5
Pts: Falzon 14
Rebs: Falzon 13
Asts: Formosa 3
Futsal Arena FMF, Ciorescu
Referees: Tomas Jasevičius (LTU), Igor Esteve (AND), Evgeny Vetrov (RUS)
28 June
20:30
Ireland  100–43  Gibraltar
Scoring by quarter: 30–14, 29–9, 22–6, 19–14
Pts: Hosford 15
Rebs: O'Reilly 13
Asts: O'Reilly 10
Pts: Yeats 13
Rebs: Santos 7
Asts: Britto 3
Futsal Arena FMF, Ciorescu
Referees: Sašo Petek (SLO), Alin Faur (ROU), Dumitru Stasiev (MDA)
29 June
16:00
Malta  34–91  Ireland
Scoring by quarter: 12–15, 8–30, 5–21, 9–25
Pts: Bugeja 10
Rebs: Capello 9
Asts: Falzon 2
Pts: Hosford 19
Rebs: O'Reilly 12
Asts: O'Reilly 5
Futsal Arena FMF, Ciorescu
Referees: Tomas Jasevičius (LTU), Alin Faur (ROU), Dumitru Stasiev (MDA)
29 June
20:30
Gibraltar  32–49  San Marino
Scoring by quarter: 6–13, 10–7, 7–17, 9–12
Pts: Yeats 11
Rebs: Gómez 10
Asts: Britto, Yeats 2
Pts: Moretti, Raschi 14
Rebs: Raschi 5
Asts: Cardinali 3
Futsal Arena FMF, Ciorescu
Referees: Tomislav Vovk (CRO), Igor Esteve (AND), Evgeny Vetrov (RUS)
30 June
16:00
Malta  70–50  Gibraltar
Scoring by quarter: 19–17, 9–9, 24–13, 18–11
Pts: Bugeja 28
Rebs: Formosa 9
Asts: Shoults 5
Pts: Turner 16
Rebs: Guerrero 9
Asts: three players 2
Futsal Arena FMF, Ciorescu
Referees: Tomislav Vovk (CRO), Igor Esteve (AND), Dumitru Stasiev (MDA)
30 June
20:30
Ireland  79–55  San Marino
Scoring by quarter: 15–16, 22–13, 15–13, 27–13
Pts: Fitzpatrick 33
Rebs: O'Reilly 13
Asts: Hosford 5
Pts: Raschi 18
Rebs: Botteghi 8
Asts: Casadei 3
Futsal Arena FMF, Ciorescu
Referees: Sašo Petek (SLO), Alin Faur (ROU), Evgeny Vetrov (RUS)

Group B[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts Qualification
1  Andorra 3 3 0 224 168 +56 6 Semifinals
2  Armenia 3 2 1 238 174 +64 5
3  Moldova 3 1 2 199 222 −23 4 Classification 5–8
4  Wales 3 0 3 132 229 −97 3
Source: FIBA
28 June
16:00
Wales  33–74  Andorra
Scoring by quarter: 11–15, 1–22, 15–18, 6–19
Pts: Waite 8
Rebs: Waite 10
Asts: three players 1
Pts: Farfan 16
Rebs: De Oliveira, Fernández 6
Asts: Fernández 4
Futsal Arena FMF, Ciorescu
Referees: Igor Dragojević (MNE), Gianluigi Giancecchi (SMR), Barnard Vassallo (MLT)
28 June
18:15
Armenia  83–64  Moldova
Scoring by quarter: 18–11, 23–19, 19–17, 23–17
Pts: Spight 24
Rebs: Amirkhanov 7
Asts: Amirkhanov 6
Pts: Melniciuc 13
Rebs: Ostafiiciuc 8
Asts: Rulevski 4
Futsal Arena FMF, Ciorescu
Referees: Tomislav Vovk (CRO), Mykola Ambrosov (UKR), Shane Bassett (GIB)
29 June
13:45
Andorra  70–63  Armenia
Scoring by quarter: 12–14, 18–17, 25–22, 15–10
Pts: Colom 19
Rebs: Farfan 11
Asts: Fernández 4
Pts: Spight 23
Rebs: Dunston 13
Asts: Dunston 4
Futsal Arena FMF, Ciorescu
Referees: Igor Dragojević (MNE), Sašo Petek (SLO), Bernard Vassallo (MLT)
29 June
20:30
Moldova  63–59  Wales
Scoring by quarter: 11–18, 14–17, 19–5, 19–19
Pts: Colesnicov, Rulevski 12
Rebs: Ostafiiciuc 6
Asts: Melniciuc 5
Pts: Edwards 16
Rebs: Edwards 10
Asts: Waite 6
Futsal Arena FMF, Ciorescu
Referees: Mikola Ambrosov (UKR), Shane Bassett (GIB), Gianluigi Giancecchi (SMR)
30 June
13:45
Armenia  92–40  Wales
Scoring by quarter: 29–9, 17–11, 21–6, 25–14
Pts: Danielyan 20
Rebs: Konstantinov 11
Asts: Konstantinov 7
Pts: Waite 11
Rebs: Edwards 6
Asts: Waite 6
Futsal Arena FMF, Ciorescu
Referees: Bernard Vassallo (MLT), Shane Bassett (GIB), Gianluigi Giancecchi (SMR)
30 June
18:15
Andorra  80–72  Moldova
Scoring by quarter: 19–13, 24–25, 20–22, 17–12
Pts: Farfan 17
Rebs: Colom 9
Asts: Fernández 8
Pts: Colesnicov 15
Rebs: Colesnicov 9
Asts: Melniciuc 5
Futsal Arena FMF, Ciorescu
Referees: Tomas Jasevičius (LTU), Mykola Ambrosov (UKR), Igor Dragojević (MNE)

Classification round[edit]

All times are local (UTC+3).

 
5th–8thFifth place
 
      
 
2 July
 
 
 Malta63
 
3 July
 
 Wales51
 
 Malta63
 
2 July
 
 Moldova73
 
 Moldova85
 
 
 Gibraltar43
 
Seventh place
 
 
3 July
 
 
 Wales67
 
 
 Gibraltar40

Classification 5–8 places[edit]

2 July
13:45
Malta  63–51  Wales
Scoring by quarter: 16–12, 19–9, 5–14, 23–16
Pts: Falzon 19
Rebs: Falzon 15
Asts: Shoults 3
Pts: Priddle 9
Rebs: Duppa 10
Asts: Waite 4
Futsal Arena FMF, Ciorescu
Referees: Tomas Jasevičius (LTU), Igor Dragojević (MNE), Igor Esteve (AND)
2 July
16:00
Moldova  85–43  Gibraltar
Scoring by quarter: 23–12, 25–11, 21–6, 16–14
Pts: Rulevski 17
Rebs: Melnic 10
Asts: Melniciuc 6
Pts: Gomez 12
Rebs: Santos 9
Asts: Britto 4
Futsal Arena FMF, Ciorescu
Referees: Sašo Petek (SLO), Gian Giancecchi (SMR), Evgeny Vetrov (RUS)

Seventh place game[edit]

3 July
13:45
Wales  67–40  Gibraltar
Scoring by quarter: 15–12, 17–7, 17–8, 18–13
Pts: Dawe 27
Rebs: Duppa, Kizito 7
Asts: Williams 6
Pts: Guerrero 18
Rebs: Guerrero, Santos 8
Asts: Britto 3
Futsal Arena FMF, Ciorescu
Referees: Tomislav Vovk (CRO), Dumitru Stasiev (MDA), Evgeny Vetrov (RUS)

Fifth place game[edit]

3 July
16:00
Malta  63–73  Moldova
Scoring by quarter: 21–18, 15–20, 19–8, 8–27
Pts: Bugeja, Falzon 18
Rebs: Falzon 18
Asts: Falzon, Shoults 3
Pts: Melinic 17
Rebs: Oprea 11
Asts: Cojuhari 5
Futsal Arena FMF, Ciorescu
Referees: Alin Faur (ROU), Shane Bassett (GIB), Gianluigi Giancecchi (SMR)

Final round[edit]

All times are local (UTC+3).

 
SemifinalsFinal
 
      
 
2 July
 
 
 Ireland60
 
3 July
 
 Armenia74
 
 Armenia79
 
2 July
 
 Andorra71
 
 Andorra63
 
 
 San Marino57
 
Third place
 
 
3 July
 
 
 Ireland53
 
 
 San Marino60

Semifinals[edit]

2 July
18:15
Ireland  60–74  Armenia
Scoring by quarter: 20–16, 14–19, 12–16, 14–23
Pts: Blount 18
Rebs: O'Reilly 10
Asts: O'Reilly 2
Pts: Spight 24
Rebs: Dunston 14
Asts: Amirkhanov 5
Futsal Arena FMF, Ciorescu
Referees: Mykola Ambrosov (UKR), Alin Faur (ROU), Bernard Vassallo (MLT)
2 July
20:30
Andorra  63–57  San Marino
Scoring by quarter: 16–13, 18–10, 12–17, 17–17
Pts: Farfan 20
Rebs: Fernández 7
Asts: Fernández 4
Pts: Botteghi 13
Rebs: Botteghi 15
Asts: Raschi 5
Futsal Arena FMF, Ciorescu
Referees: Tomislav Vovk (CRO), Shane Bassett (GIB), Dumitru Stasiev (MDA)

Third place game[edit]

3 July
18:15
Ireland  53–60  San Marino
Scoring by quarter: 12–13, 17–8, 13–17, 11–22
Pts: Blount, Fitzpatrick 16
Rebs: Blount, Fitzpatrick 13
Asts: Hosford, James 3
Pts: Cardinali 14
Rebs: Botteghi, Moretti 7
Asts: Moretti 6
Futsal Arena FMF, Ciorescu
Referees: Tomas Jasevičius (LTU),Igor Esteve (AND), Bernard Vassallo (MLT)

Final[edit]

3 July
20:30
Armenia  79–71  Andorra
Scoring by quarter: 25–12, 18–21, 21–17, 15–21
Pts: Spight 27
Rebs: Dunston 12
Asts: Amirkhanov 4
Pts: Colom 22
Rebs: Fernández 7
Asts: Fernández 6
Futsal Arena FMF, Ciorescu
Referees: Igor Dragojević (MNE), Mykola Ambrosov (UKR), Sašo Petek (SLO)


 2016 FIBA European Championship
for Small Countries Winner 

Armenia
First title

Final ranking[edit]

Rank Team Record
1st place, gold medalist(s)  Armenia 4–1
2nd place, silver medalist(s)  Andorra 4–1
3rd place, bronze medalist(s)  San Marino 3–2
4  Ireland 3–2
5  Moldova 3–2
6  Malta 2–3
7  Wales 1–4
8  Gibraltar 0–5

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Moldova to host the European basketball championship among small countries". RMT.md. 16 December 2015. Retrieved 23 December 2015.
  2. ^ "MVP Spight leads Armenia to maiden gold". FIBA. 4 July 2016. Retrieved 4 July 2016.
  3. ^ a b "FIBA European Championship for Small Countries draws completed". FIBA. 22 January 2016. Retrieved 15 June 2016.
  4. ^ "Ireland's men's basketball team to re-enter European competition in 2016". Inside the games. 22 December 2015. Retrieved 25 December 2015.

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