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Wed, 12 Sep 2018 15:44 - Updated Wed, 12 Sep 2018 15:43

Basketball: Angolan teams at Maputo tournament

Luanda - Angolan Basketball teams of Petro de Luanda and Atlético Sport Aviação (ASA) will participate in the 2nd Edition of Maputo tournament (Mozambique) on November 8 - 10, ahead of celebrations of the 131st anniversary of Maputo city.

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Detail on ASA/Petro match

Photo: Antonio Escrivao

The president of the Maputo Basketball Association, Rui Guilaze, said so to Angop, noting that the two teams have already confirmed their presence.

In addition to the Angolan teams, the event is set to gather two host country's teams - Beira and Maputo.

The 1st Edition of the Maputo's International Tournament took place in 2017.

1º de Agosto won the tournament after beating Petro de Luanda at the final match.

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