FIBA U19 WOMEN

FIBAU19 Women: Mali preselects 15 players including 6 who participated in the 2019 edition in Bangkok

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After reaching the quarter-finals of the FIBA ​​U19 Women World Cup, 2019, Mali returns this year with a great generation of players, capable of going far in the competition.

The Malian team will present beautiful individuals this year at the U19 girls’ world cup. We find no less than 6 players in the group of the new coach Sory Diakite who played 2 years ago in Bangkok, when Mali overcame Latvia (67-34) in the 8th finals to afford a historic place in the quarter-finals. Among these 6 players we find among others: Sika Kone, Aminata SangarĂ©, Diouma Berthe, Alima KouyatĂ©, Diarrah Issa Sissoko and the leader Fanta Kone.

Mali’s 15 preselected
Alima KOUYATE (AS Police, Ligue1 Orange-Mali)
Saran BERTHE (Stade malien, Ligue1 Orange-Mali)
Diouma BERTHE (Stade malien, Ligue1 Orange-Mali)
Djelika TOUNKARA (Djoliba AC, Ligue1 Orange-Mali)
Fatouma SANOU – MALI
Mama CISSE (Centre Hirondelle, Ligue1 Orange-Mali)
Elisabeth Kamite DABOU (Djoliba AC, Ligue1 Orange-Mali)
Sika KONE ( Spar Gran Canaria, Liga Femenina Endesa-Spain)
Aminata B SANGARE (Casademont Zaragoza, Liga Femenina Endesa-Spain)
Mariam COULIBALY (CDB Clarinos Ciudad de La Laguna Tenerife, Liga Femenina Endesa-Spain)
Maimouna HAIDARA (CDB Clarinos Ciudad de La Laguna Tenerife, Liga Femenina Endesa-Spain)
Nahawa Diarra BERTHE (Germans Homs – U.E.MATARÓ – FEMENÍ MARESME, Liga Femenina 2-Spain)
Madiala DIABATE– FRANCE
Diarrah Issa SISSOKO (Salt Lake Community College Bruins-United-States)
Fanta KONE (Cushing Academy-United-States)

The FIBA ​​U19 Women’s World Cup will be played in Debrecen, Hungary, August 7-15, and Mali inherited Group D alongside Canada, the Czech Republic and Japan.


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