Senegal has finished strong the group stage of the female Afrobasket outperforming the Cameroon yesterday, Wednesday, Sept. 28 at the stadium in Bamako on 23 March. Under the guidance of a NdEye Sene a big night, the Lions managed to bring the game to win on the mark from 78 to 59. Lions kept their unbeaten record in Group B, inherit from the DR Congo in the quarter-final. It will be tomorrow, Friday, Sept. 30 at the stage of March 23.
(Bamako), Senegal has finished the group stage of the Afrobasket 2011 as he started the competition by exerting its dominance over Cameroon (78-57) last opponent in the group B.
In this final meeting of Group B, everything did not go as a bed for the lions that were input snared by the Cameroonian opponent.
An opponent who took advantage of the many spaces left in the defense to take the lead in the first quarter time (16-15). This was just the ignition delay as the Lions will find the right fuel under the guidance of a NdEye Sene (best director with 19 points including four award-winning shots) in high spirit on the outside shots.
With it, Senegal glue together the score for an aggressive defense. It does not take long to increase its lead in turn to halftime with a lead of 22 points.
On resumption, Senegal corse with the addition of a game against Round attack led by Mame Marie Sy (12 points) and Fatou Dieng.
Dropped the score at the end of third quarter time (38-63), the Cameroon are some resources behind them to nibble with their pivot Njonhou Amina (13 points) and especially with a good presence of the resident of Joan of Arc Hermine Nguecko (11points) under the hoop Senegal.
NdEye Diola Ndiaye and its partners will however finish with a bang and win on the mark from 78 to 57. Undefeated and leading the group, Senegal loop the first round with a flawless.
The Lionesses inherit in the quarterfinals of the DR Congo who finished in fourth place in Pool B. Other posters will be taken to September 30, Cameroon (4th, Pool B) Mali (1st Pool A), Nigeria (the third, group B) Mozambique (2nd Group A) and Angola (2nd , group B) to Ivory Coast (3rd, Group A).