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Wed, 07 Dec 2016 10:13 - Updated Wed, 07 Dec 2016 10:13

Handball/African Cup: Senegal disqualified over irregular use of athlete

Luanda - Tunisia are replacing Senegal in the final on Wednesday in Luanda of the African Women’s Handball Championship over an irregular use of an athlete, an official source says.

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Best Senegal's player in the match with Tunisia

Photo: ANTONIO ESCRIVAO

 

Tunisia are thus facing Angola in the final of the African championship.  

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