EuroBasket Women 2017 : France Vs Estonia in Tallinn, February 24

Tallinn

February 18, 2016 / February 24, 2016

Tallinn

The French national Women Basketball team will play Estonia Februray 24, for their second leg match, as part of the EuroBasket Women 2017 qualification rounds.

The French team holds a 28 point-advantage from the first leg match played last November in France. However a victory is never guaranteed !

The 2017 European Women Basketball Championship, commonly called EuroBasket Women 2017 will be the 36th edition of the continental tournament in women's basketball, sanctioned by the FIBA Europe.

EuroBasket Women 2017 will revert to a 16-team format and a shorter competition format. It will be played in June 2017 with the exact dates to be confirmed.

EuroBasket qualication schedule for the French Team :

November 21, 2015 in Bourges: France - Estonie (69-41) 
November 25, 2015 in Amsterdam: Netherlands - France (52-76) 
February 20, 2016 in Slavonski Brod (Croatia): Croatia - France 
February 24, 2016 in Talinn, 4pm - Estonia – France
November 19, 2016 : France - Netherlands 
November 23, 2016 : France - Croatia

 

French Team :

First name

Surname

Naissance

Taille

 

Selec.

Pts

Club 2015/2016

Marielle

AMANT

09/12/1989

1.90

 

54

245

Villeneuve d’Ascq

Valériane

AYAYI

29/04/1994

1.84

 

27

118

Lattes Montpellier

Marième

BADIANE

24/11/1994

1.90

 

-

-

Mondeville

Sara

CHEVAUGEON

12/02/1993

1.77

 

1

6

Bourges

Héléna

CIAK

15/12/1989

1.97

 

36

171

Bourges

Céline

DUMERC

09/07/1982

1.69

 

235

1521

Bourges

Olivia

EPOUPA

30/04/1994

1.65

 

17

47

Toulouse

Ana Maria

FILIP

06/06/1989

1.95

 

36

173

Bourges

Aby

GAYE

03/02/1995

1.95

 

4

8

Villeneuve d’Ascq

Marine

JOHANNES

21/01/1995

1.77

 

1

15

Mondeville

Laetitia

KAMBA

10/01/1987

1.87

 

3

5

Villeneuve d’Ascq

Sarah

MICHEL

10/01/1989

1.80

 

21

69

Lattes Montpellier

Endy

MIYEM

15/08/1988

1.88

 

140

1132

Koursk (Russie)

Paoline

SALAGNAC

13/03/1984

1.76

 

35

213

Bourges

Gaëlle

SKRELA

24/01/1983

1.77

Arrière

49

219

Lattes Montpellier

Ingrid

TANQUERAY

25/08/1988

1.66

Meneuse

18

41

Bourges

 

Coach: Valérie Garnier
Assistants : Grégory Halin et Olivier Lafargue 
Sports director : Ivano Ballarini 
Physical preparation : Sabine Juras 
Video : Rachid Meziane 
Doctor : Gilles Dolige 
Physio : Valérie Catteau et Delphine Uhel 
Osteo : Fabrice Nocera 
Press officer : Kévin Bosi

Useful link : Fédération Française de Basketball

 

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