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African Champions Cup 2011 - Men Basketball


Play-Off bracket1


   
African Champions Cup Final Standings
 1. ES Sahel
 2. 1 De Agosto
 3. ASS Sale
 4. Petroleos
 5. Mazembe
 6. CRA Hoceima
 7. Union Bank
 7. Libolo
 9. Ahli Benghazi
 9. Urunani
 11. Malabo King
 11. Royal Hoopers
African Champions Cup Group Stage Standings
Group A
1. ASS Sale 5-0
2. Libolo 4-1
3. Union Bank 3-2
4. Mazembe 2-3
5. Ahli Benghazi 1-4
6. Urunani 0-5
Group B
1. 1 De Agosto 4-1
2. Petroleos 4-1
3. ES Sahel 4-1
4. CRA Hoceima 2-3
5. Malabo King 1-4
6. Royal Hoopers 0-5

Season 2011-2012
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Etoile du Sahel players celevrating their title
 
Etoile du Sahel wins the African Champions Cup title
Etoile du Sahel 2011
Willie Kemp
Kemp
Ersid Ljuca
Ljuca
Amine Rzig
Rzig
Radhouane Slimane
Slimane
Hamdi Braa
Braa
# Name CM (INCH) Pos Bo NAT
 Kemp Willie 188 (6'2'') G 87 USA
 Ljuca Ersid 209 (6'10'') C 81 Serbia Albania
 Rzig Amine 199 (6'7'') G 80 Tunisia
 Slimane Radhouane 205 (6'9'') C 80 Tunisia
12  Braa Hamdi 203 (6'8'') F/C 86 Tunisia
9  Ben Romdhane Macram 198 (6'6'') F 89 Tunisia
8  Mouhli Omar 190 (6'3'') G 86 Tunisia
 Foudhaili Hamza 204 (6'9'') F/C 86 Tunisia
14  Toumi Mahmoud Zied 192 (6'4'') PG 85 Tunisia
 Hadidane Bechir 206 (6'9'') F 86 Tunisia
 Kechrid Marouana 178 (5'10'') PG 81 Tunisia
 Bekri Maufr 180 (5'11'') G 74 Tunisia
 Maoua Atef 200 (6'7'') G/F 81 Tunisia
6  Naddari Brahim 173 (5'8'') G 82 Tunisia
4  Mestiri Moez 199 (6'7'') F 83 Tunisia
 Mahmoud Aymen 188 (6'2'') PG 92 Tunisia

afrobasket.com All-African Champions Cup Awards 2011 - Dec 29, 2011

afrobasket.com All-African Champions Cup 1st Team 2011
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Macram Ben Romdhane
Ben Romdhane
Willie Kemp
Kemp
Mario Correia
Correia
Christian Bayang
Bayang
Carlos Morais
Morais
#e#5

MVP: Macram Ben Romdhane (198-F-89) of ES Sahel Tunisia
Best Guard: Mario Correia (189-G-78) of 1 De Agosto Angola
Best Forward: Macram Ben Romdhane (198-F-89) of ES Sahel Tunisia
Best Center: Younes Idrissi (204-C/F-84) of ASS Sale Morocco
Best Coach: Dragan Petricevic of ES Sahel Tunisia

1st Team
F: Macram Ben Romdhane (198-89) of ES Sahel Tunisia
G: Willie Kemp (188-87) of ES Sahel Tunisia
G: Mario Correia (189-78) of 1 De Agosto Angola
G: Christian Bayang (193-87) of ASS Sale Morocco
G: Carlos Morais (190-85) of Petroleos Angola

2nd Team
PF: Reggie Moore (203-81) of 1 De Agosto Angola
G: Zakaria El Masbahi (191-79) of ASS Sale Morocco
F: Roderick Nealy (198-80) of Petroleos Angola
: Aubin Kasongo (86) of Mazembe DR Congo
F: Olimpio Cipriano (194-82) of Libolo Angola


Ben Romdhane leads club to African crown - Dec 25, 2011

After helping Tunisia take gold for the first time ever at the FIBA Africa Championship this past summer, Makrem Ben Rondhane led by example once again in helping Tunisian side Etoile du Sahel claim a maiden African Clubs Championships title.

The 22-year-old Tunisian international poured 21 points in an 82-60 victory over defending champions Primeiro de Agosto of Angola in the Moroccan region of Sale.

He disrupted the Angolans' game and, much like in Madagascar this past August, was named the MVP of the 12-team tournament, featuring the very best from the African continent.

New signing Willie Kemp added 17 points for the Tunisian champions while Cape Verde international Mario Correia led all scorers with 22 points in Primeiro de Agosto's losing cause.

Dragan Petricevic's men led 40-32 at the break before the title-holders fought back in the third period for a 47-45 lead heading into the fourth quarter.

However, the Tunisians turned it on in the final frame and in it was their day to celebrate.

It is is the first time a Tunisian side lifts the African Clubs Championship trophy.

In 2008, Etoile du Sahel finished runner-up to Primeiro de Agosto, when the tournament was held in the Tunisian region of Sousse. This time the Angolan powerhouse missed the opportunity to win its sixth African clubs trophy.

After losing to the new champions, hosts Moroccan AS Sale handed Angolan champions Petro de Luanda a 80-75 defeat in the bronze medal game.

Final standings of the African Clubs Championship for Men:
1 Etoile du Sahel (Tunisia)
2 Primeiro de Agosto (Angola)
3 AS Sale (Morocco)
4 Petro de Luanda (Angola)
5 BC Mazembe (DR Congo)
6 CR Alhoceima (Morocco)
7 Recreativo do Libolo (Angola)
8 Union Bank (Nigeria)
9 Al Ahly (Libya)
10 Urunani (Burundi)
11 Royal Hoopers (Nigeria)
12 Malabo Kings (Equatorial Guinea)

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