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Fri, 07 Mar 2014 10:21 - Updated Fri, 07 Mar 2014 11:01

1º de Agosto beat Interclube in Angola Cup match

Luanda - First division 1º de Agosto beat Interclube by 92-62 on Thursday in Luanda, in a first leg match of the Angola senior men Basketball Cup.

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Interclube vs 1º de Agosto

Photo: antonio Escrivao

By the half time, 1º de Agosto were winning by 48-32.

The second leg match will be played Saturday at “28 de Fevereiro” pavilion.

On the other hand, Libolo beat Universidade Lusiadas (91-65), while ASA defeated Sporting de Benguela by 87-74, in the Angola Cup first leg match.

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