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Sun, 20 Dec 2015 09:56 - Updated Sun, 20 Dec 2015 09:56

Petro de Luanda win second African title

Luanda - The team of Petro de Luanda won tonight their second continental title, after defeating in the final Recreativo do Libolo by 89-75.

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Petro de Luanda

Photo: Henri Celso

Their first triumph was recorded in 2006 in Lagos, Nigeria, when they beat 1º de Agosto by 76-71.

This was the eighth final disputed by the oil team, which gained two. The team of Liblolo lost their first match of the title.

In third place came the Far Rabat of Morocco that defeated today 1º de Agosto (4th position) by 74-62.

 The final ranking:

Standing table

 1 Petro de Luanda

 2 Recreativo do Libolo

 3 Far Rabat

 4 1º de Agosto

 5 Rades of Tunisia

 6 Gezira of Egypt

 7 Kano Pillars of Nigeria

 8 Bairro de Cabo Verde

 9 Inter Club of Congo

 10 Ascut of Madagascar

Tags Basketball  

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