Handball: Angola win 14th African women title

  • Angola's national women handball team
Luanda – Angola won their 14th African Women’s Handball Championship title today in Yaounde, after beating host Cameroon 25-15 in the final of the 24th edition of the competition.

Angola’s national team of handball made to the final of the 2021 African Women Handball Championship, after beating Cabo Verde (39-14) and Congo Brazzaville (29-24) in the group stage of the competition.

In the quarter finals, the Angolan young ladies beat their counterparts from the Democratic Republic of Congo (29-20) and Tunisia (27-23) in a tough semi-final match extra-time.

Natália Bernardo was the best national team’s scorer with five goals, followed by Azenaide Carlos who scored four and Magda Cazanga with three.

Tunisia beat Congo Brazzaville (22-17) today and finished in the third position of the championship.

The first four teams will be representing Africa in the world handball championship in December this year in Spain.

Angola’s national team of handball made to the final of the 2021 African Women Handball Championship, after beating Cabo Verde (39-14) and Congo Brazzaville (29-24) in the group stage of the competition.

In the quarter finals, the Angolan young ladies beat their counterparts from the Democratic Republic of Congo (29-20) and Tunisia (27-23) in a tough semi-final match extra-time.

Natália Bernardo was the best national team’s scorer with five goals, followed by Azenaide Carlos who scored four and Magda Cazanga with three.

Tunisia beat Congo Brazzaville (22-17) today and finished in the third position of the championship.

The first four teams will be representing Africa in the world handball championship in December this year in Spain.