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Benin 2010 25th ACCM: Maxaquene beat Manga 68-60, remain 2nd - Dec 16, 2010


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OLUSEGUN IKUESAN
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Maxaquene basketball club of Mozambique kept its second spot in Group-A behind Nigeria Kano Pillars basketball club with a 68-60 points victory over Manga basketball club of Gabon in its last group game in the 25th Africa Champions Cup for Men.

The Mozambican began the drive for a second spot winning the first and second quarters by 18-09 and 21-16 points to open up a 14 points lead of 39-25 points going into the break.

The coach Inhaki Matin-Garcia boys from Maputo succumbed to the superior fire power of the Gabonese side in the third quarter losing by 08-15 points but maintained a 7 points advantage going into the last quarter which it won by 21-20 points for a cumulative scores of 68-60 points to finish in the group with 9 points.

Maxaquene forward Cameron Echols led his team with 19 points and 5 rebounds, Fernando Mandate had 16 points, 2 assists and one block-shot while Kim Adams Jr scored 11 points 8 rebounds, 3 steals and 2 assists for the winning side with Mangas Lucres Koumen having a double double of 15 rebounds, 13 points, 3 steals and one block.
  



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