Mali Continues to Dominate FIBA U16 Africa Women with Second Victory Beyond 100 Points

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The Mali women’s basketball team continues to dominate the FIBA U16 Africa Women’s Championship with their second consecutive victory surpassing the 100-point mark.

On Sunday, the defending champions showcased their dominance once again as they defeated Morocco in a one-sided affair. The young Malian players put on an impressive performance, led by the duo of Couda Keita and Assitan Diarisso. Keita scored 27 points, while Diarisso contributed an outstanding 31 points, combining for a total of 58 points out of Mali’s 102 points. Tenin Diarra also played a crucial role, grabbing an impressive 14 rebounds.

On the other hand, the Moroccan team struggled to keep up with the pace set by Mali. Only one player managed to reach double digits in scoring. Despite their efforts, they were unable to match the intensity and skill displayed by their opponents.

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Mali’s dominance in the tournament is a testament to their talent and hard work. They have consistently showcased their ability to score at will and dominate their opponents on both ends of the court. With this victory, Mali solidifies their position as the team to beat in the FIBA U16 Africa Women’s Championship.

The next challenge for Mali will be to maintain their momentum and continue their winning streak as they face their upcoming opponents. As the tournament progresses, all eyes will be on the Malian team to see if they can maintain their exceptional performance and secure another championship title.

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On Saturday, Mali reached the milestone of 100 points for the first time against Rwanda

The defending champions registered the second century of the competition to go 2-0 as they beat Rwanda 108-24. 

The Moussa Sidibe-coached Mali are looking to defend the titles, a feat that would see them become 8-time champions.


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