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Campeonato Africano Juvenil - Libia

Mensaje #1 por nirvana » 01 Oct 2010, 10:15

African Junior champ set to begin


Misurata, Libya, October 1, 2010 - Eight teams are due to compete for two 2011 FIVB Men’s Junior World Championship tickets as the 14th edition of the African Junior Championships begin in Misurata, Libya on Saturday and run until October 10.

The African competition will act as qualifying for two African teams to the finals of the 2011 Men’s Junior World championship, set to be held in Brazil.

Defending champions Tunisia come to Libya seeking to add a seventh title to their honours. Tunisia keep most of the boys team that won the Youth Boys’ African Nations championship in Cairo, Egypt two years ago as coach Mounir Gara led them through a long preparation to this competition.

Egypt, who have been crowned champions on three different occasions, enter the competition as major favourites, although they had many problems during their preparation for the competition that resulted in cancelling three international camps in Japan, Poland and Portugal, meaning they have only played against senior teams from local clubs in Cairo.

Morocco have developed a new team that have been preparing since last February with frequent local training sessions. They played the Russian youth team over four matches in July followed by the participation in a four nation tournament in August with Tunisia, Egypt and Bahrain.

South Africa, who organized the Youth Boys’ African championship two weeks ago, announced a new junior team under the supervision of new coach Cantor Africa who took over the responsibility as the side seek their first ever African title.

Host side Libya are also big favourites, not only due to the successful long term preparation that has lasted for almost a year, but also for the big support from the local supporters. They spent two months at a camp in Egypt playing more than 10 friendly matches.

Chad arrive at their first ever African tournament with a new team looking to put their first finger prints in the history of African volleyball.

Rwanda continue their regular development through preparing a promising team led by coach Paulo Milagres. They had a local camp that revealed major competition for the last 12 players in the squad.

Cote d’Ivoire also returns to the competition after a long hiatus with a new team looking to represent the West African country well.
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Mensaje #2 por nirvana » 04 Oct 2010, 10:03

Egypt and Tunisia through to semifinal of African champs


Misurata, Libya, October 4, 2010 - Tunisia and Egypt became the first teams to book their place in the semifinals on the second day of the 2010 Men’s Junior African Nations Championship, one day before the end of the preliminary round after both teams clinched their second victory over South Africa and Cote d’Ivoire respectively in Misurata, Libya on Sunday.

Pool A saw an exciting 3-2 (22-25, 25-19, 23-25, 31-29, 15-12) victory for Morocco over the hosts while the emerging Rwanda team continued their winning rhythm to defeat Chad 3-0 (25-16, 25-21, 25-16). The qualifiers from the pool will be determined on the third day which features two exciting matches when Libya meets Rwanda and Morocco plays Chad.

Defending champions Tunisia cruised past South Africa 3-0 (25-8, 25-6, 25-18), while Egypt swept Cote d’Ivoire in straight sets 3-0 (25-7, 25-4, 25-8) in Pool B. Both teams improved their win-loss ratio to 2-0 to secure a semifinal ticket, leaving South Africa and Cote d’Ivoire to compete for the third place in the pool with 0-2 record. Tunisia meet Egypt on Monday for the top spot in the pool.

Rwanda vs. Chad
The well prepared Rwandan team continued their winning streak after they flew past the newly formed Chad team 3-0 (25-16, 25-21, 25-16) in 64 minutes. The winners were active at the net and used setter Bonny Mutabazi to make a number of combinations which succeeded in piling the pressure on the less experienced Chad defense.

Rwanda improved their win- loss ratio to 2-0 while Chad dropped to 0-2.

Libya vs. Morocco
In a fantastic match lasting for more than 2 hours Morocco rebounded from one set behind to defeat hosts Libya 3-2 (22-25, 25-19, 23-25, 31-29, 15-12) in 128 minutes of exciting actions.

Libya started as the better side in the first set and succeeded to take the lead through their better attack and reception. The second set showed more Moroccan dominance however through an improved reception and backline defense as they arranged their attacks through efficient opposite spiker Mohamed El Hachdadi to win the set and draw level at 1-1. Libya returned back to their rhythm through middle blocker Mohamed Abdelwahab to win the third set but missed four match points in the fourth set before losing in the longest set in the competition. In the tiebreak El Hachdadi played a great role thanks to his unstoppable hits from position two that helped deliver victory for his side. Morocco improved their record to 1-1 while Libya dropped also to 1-1

Egypt vs. Cote d’Ivoire
Egypt easily swept past Cote d’Ivoire 3-0 (25-7, 25-4, 25-8) in only 49 minutes to lead the pool with two victories. Egypt coach played with his normal starting squad in the first two sets before giving his substitutes a run in the third. Egypt improved their competition record to 2-0 while Cote d’Ivoire dropped to 0-2.

Tunisia vs. South Africa
Tunisia pulled off a straight sets victory over South Africa (25-8, 25-6, 25-18) in an easy match for the winners.

The defending champions led the match from the first set and allowed opposite spiker Ibrahim Besbes and the wing spiker Arbi Ben Abdalla to dominate before using the substitutes in the third set to secure wide victory.

Day 2 results
Pool A
Rwanda vs. Chad 3-0 (25-16, 25-21, 25-16)
Morocco vs. Libya 3-2 (22-25, 25-19, 23-25, 31-29, 15-12)
Pool B
Egypt vs. Cote d’Ivoire 3-0 (25-7, 25-4, 25-8)
Tunisia vs. South Africa 3-0 (25-8, 25-6, 25-18)
Day 3 Program
Pool A
Morocco vs. Chad
Rwanda vs. Libya
Pool B
Egypt vs. Tunisia
South Africa vs. Cote d’Ivoire
Results and Ranking
Results Pool A
No Date Teams Set Result per set (points) Total
Points Time Audience
1 2 3 4 5
2 2 Oct. MAR-RWA 2-3 25-22 15-25 25-19 21-25 13-15 98-106 1:55 300
3 2 Oct. TCH-LBY 1-3 13-25 13-25 25-20 17-25 68-95 1:29 1000
5 3 Oct. RWA-TCH 3-0 25-16 25-21 25-16 75-53 1:04 200
7 3 Oct. LBY-MAR 2-3 25-22 19-25 25-23 29-31 12-15 110-116 2:08 1000
9 4 Oct. MAR-TCH
11 4 Oct. RWA-LBY

Results Pool B
No Date Teams Set Result per set (points) Total
Points Time Audience
1 2 3 4 5
1 2 Oct. RSA-EGY 0-3 16-25 19-25 12-25 47-75 1:05 100
4 2 Oct. TUN-CIV 3-0 25-4 25-10 25-3 75-17 0:49 200
6 3 Oct. CIV-EGY 0-3 7-25 4-25 8-25 19-75 0:49 200
8 3 Oct. TUN-RSA 3-0 25-8 25-6 25-18 75-32 0:58 250
10 4 Oct. RSA-CIV
12 4 Oct. EGY-TUN

Ranking Pool A
Rk Code Country Points Matches Points Sets
Won Lost Won Lost Ratio Won Lost Ratio
1 RWA Rwanda 4 2 181 151 1.198 6 2 3.000
1 LYB Libya 3 1 1 205 184 1.114 5 4 1.250
3 MAR Morocco 3 1 1 214 216 0.990 5 5 1.000
4 TCH Chad 2 2 121 170 0.711 1 6 0.166

Ranking Pool B
Rk Code Country Points Matches Points Sets
Won Lost Won Lost Ratio Won Lost Ratio
1 TUN Tunisia 4 2 150 49 3.061 6 Max.
2 EGY Egypt 4 2 150 66 2.272 6 Max.
3 RSA South Africa 2 79 150 0.526 6 Min.
4 CIV Cote D’Ivoire 2 36 150 0.240 6 Min.
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Mensaje #3 por nirvana » 05 Oct 2010, 10:11

Semifinal spots decided in African Junior champs


Misurata, Libya, October 5, 2010 – The teams set to advance to the semifinal of the 2010 Men’s Junior African Nations Championship were finalised on Monday after an action packed third day of the preliminary round in Misurata, Libya as Rwanda and Morocco joined the already qualified Egypt and Tunisia.

In Pool A it was a fantastic performance for the promising Rwanda side who swept host side Libya aside 3-0 (25-23, 25-18, 25-18) to lead the group and qualify to the semifinal as winner of the pool. Morocco flew past Chad 3-0 (25-13, 25-10, 25-14) to finish second and compete the semifinal draw.

In Pool B Tunisia hammered Egypt in straight sets (25-17, 25-22, 25-23) in what was described as an early final of the competition, leaving Egypt in second but both teams secured their tickets to the semifinal. South Africa pulled off their lone victory in the first round over Cote d’Ivoire 3-0 (25-8, 25-11, 25-17) to finish third in the pool.

After a rest day the competition will resume on Wednesday with the semifinal matches when neighbors Tunisia and Morocco meet, while Egypt plays Rwanda.

Tunisia vs. Egypt
The Tunisian opposite spiker Brahim Besbes and wing spiker Mohamed Arabi led their team to a straight sets victory over Egypt in an early final of the competition (25-17, 25-22, 25-23). Tunisia improved their win-loss ratio to 3-0 to lead Pool B at the end of the preliminary round with six points. Egypt dropped to 2-1 to finish second and qualify to the semis.

Egypt started the match aggressively to lead 5-1 and then 8-5 at the first technical timeout, but Tunisia had a big turn around to lead 10-8, scoring five successive points thanks mostly to wing spiker Mohamed Arabi and opposite Brahim Besbes. Tunisia led the match through their efficient blockers to win the set 25-17.

Egypt showed early dominance in the second as Mustafa Idress spiked and blocked well against the Tunisian attacks. Tunisia regained their rhythm however to win the set 25-22.

Egypt led early on in the third thanks to middle blocker Mohamed Askalany. But Tunisia again dug deep and overwhelmed their opponents in a tight backline defense to win the set 25-23.

Morocco vs. Chad
Morocco played their best to achieve the best possible point ratio and beat Chad 3-0 (25-13, 25-10, 25-14) in the last day of the first round. The Moroccan opposite Mohamed Hachdadi played a great role in the victory through his stable performance and the spikes that made a great disturbance to the Chadian block.

Morocco improved their record to 2-1 to finish second of Pool A, while Chad dropped to 0-3 to finish fourth in Pool B.

Libya vs. Rwanda
The Rwanda team outlasted hosts Libya 3-0 (25-23, 25-18, 25-18) in front of their home crowd to clinch top spot in Pool A with a clean sheet of three victories in the first round. The Libyan team played under the stress of achieving a big points deficit victory and started the match with big emotions to lead up to 16-10 due to their concentration at the net. Rwanda rebounded back with center Placide Sibomana doing a great job to help win the set narrowly 25-23.

The Rwandan team dominated the match psychologically starting from the second set due to the unstoppable spikes of Christophe Mukunzi and their tight block that allowed them to win the match 3-0.

Rwanda led the pool with a 3-0 record, while Libya finished third with 1-2 record to play for the 5-8 bracket

South Africa vs. Cote d’Ivoire
South Africa clinched their first win of the tournament with a 3-0 (25-8, 25-11, 25-17) victory over Chad in a one side game dominated by South Africa.

Day 3 Results
Pool A
Morocco vs. Chad 3-0 (25-13, 25-10, 25-14)
Rwanda vs. Libya 3-0 (25-23, 25-18, 25-18)
Pool B
Tunisia vs. Egypt 3-0 (25-17, 25-22, 25-23)
South Africa vs. Cote d’Ivoire 3-0 (25-8, 25-11, 25-17)

Semifinal Program on Wednesday 6 October
Semifinal 1-4
Tunisia vs. Morocco
Rwanda vs. Egypt
Play off 5-8
South Africa vs. Chad
Libya vs. Cote d’Ivoire
Results and Ranking- 2010 Men’s Junior African Nations Championship
Results Pool A
No Date Teams Set Result per set (points) Total
Points Time Audience
1 2 3 4 5
2 2 Oct. MAR-RWA 2-3 25-22 15-25 25-19 21-25 13-15 98-106 1:55 300
3 2 Oct. TCH-LBY 1-3 13-25 13-25 25-20 17-25 68-95 1:29 1000
5 3 Oct. RWA-TCH 3-0 25-16 25-21 25-16 75-53 1:04 200
7 3 Oct. LBY-MAR 2-3 25-22 19-25 25-23 29-31 12-15 110-116 2:08 1000
9 4 Oct. MAR-TCH 3-0 25-13 25-10 25-14 75- 37 0:57 100
11 4 Oct. RWA-LBY 3-0 25-23 25-18 25-18 75-61 1:07 1000

Results Pool B
No Date Teams Set Result per set (points) Total
Points Time Audience
1 2 3 4 5
1 2 Oct. RSA-EGY 0-3 16-25 19-25 12-25 47-75 1:05 100
4 2 Oct. TUN-CIV 3-0 25-4 25-10 25-3 75-17 0:49 200
6 3 Oct. CIV-EGY 0-3 7-25 4-25 8-25 19-75 0:49 200
8 3 Oct. TUN-RSA 3-0 25-8 25-6 25-18 75-32 0:57 250
10 4 Oct. RSA-CIV 3-0 25-8 25-11 25-17 75-36 1:05 250
12 4 Oct. EGY-TUN 0-3 17-25 22-25 23-25 62-75 1:14 500

Ranking Pool A
Rk Code Country Points Matches Points Sets
Won Lost Won Lost Ratio Won Lost Ratio
1 RWA Rwanda 6 3 256 212 1.207 9 2 4.500
2 MAR Morocco 5 2 1 289 253 1.142 8 5 1.600
3 LYB Libya 4 1 2 266 259 1.027 5 7 0.714
4 TCH Chad 3 3 158 245 0.644 1 6 0.166

Ranking Pool B
Rk Code Country Points Matches Points Sets
Won Lost Won Lost Ratio Won Lost Ratio
1 TUN Tunisia 6 3 225 111 2.027 9 Max.
2 EGY Egypt 5 2 1 212 141 1.503 6 3 2.000
3 RSA South Africa 4 1 2 154 186 0.827 3 6 Min.
4 CIV Cote D’Ivoire 3 3 72 225 0.320 9 Min.
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Mensaje #4 por nirvana » 07 Oct 2010, 10:05

Tunisia to meet Egypt in Junior African champs


Misurata, Libya, October 7, 2010 - Tunisia and Egypt qualified for the final of the 2010 Men’s Junior African Nations Championship after both teams won their semifinal matches over Morocco and Rwanda respectively at the multisport complex hall in Misurata, Libya on Wednesday.

The final due to be held this Sunday will be the tenth between the African giants in the history of the competition that began in 1984. Rwanda will play Morocco for the bronze medal in their second face off in this competition.

Tunisia qualified to the final following a tough 3-2 (23-25, 25-18, 25-20, 18-25, 15-13) victory over Morocco in a thriller encounter. Egypt secured their berth after overcoming dark horses Rwanda 3-1 (25-27, 28-26, 26-24, 25-19).

In the play off for five to eight positions South Africa overcame a solid Chad team 3-2 (25-22, 17-25, 23-25, 25-17, 15-11), while Libya crushed Cote d’Ivoire 3-0 (25-10, 25-11, 25-14). Friday’s program features two ranking matches as South Africa meets Libya for the 5th and 6th positions while Chad plays Cote d’Ivoire for the 7th and 8th positions.

Tunisia vs. Morocco
Tunisia fought back from one set behind to win a five set thriller over in 110 minutes. Tunisia qualified to the final and Morocco will play for the bronze medal

“We didn’t play our best in this match and although I’m happy to qualify to the final but I’m not convinced with my team’s performance,” Tunisia coach Mounir Gara said after the long Marathon. “I congratulate the Moroccan team and their technical staff for their performance and I hope this team continues preparations because they are the future of the Moroccan Volleyball.”
Morocco coach Brahim Bouchdouk thanked the Tunisian team for their great performance and also expressed his gratitude for his players. “We played without pressure and thus we concentrated on stopping their strong points. We played well all over the match but the more experienced Tunisian players succeeded to settle the match to their side in the tiebreak.”

Morocco surprised the Tunisian players with their quick attacks that disturbed their defense. Through the combinations of skillful setter Mustafa Taoufik Morocco led from the start of the match, reaching 8-5 at the first technical timeout and continued leading till 19-13, forcing the Tunisian coach to call timeout that allowed the Tunisians to come back through the spikes of Arabi Ben Abdalla. Again Morocco continued with a steady performance with the unstoppable hits from the opposite spiker Mohamed El Hachdadi who scored the set point allowing his team to win 25-23.
Tunisia started the second set more disciplined due to their better backline defense that allowed them to build up the attacks through opposite attacker Ibrahim Besbs whose services were also a main factor to win the second set 25-18.

Tunisia again dominated the net action through their blockers Mohamed Ayech and Omar Agrebi and through the frequent reception mistakes of the Moroccan team Tunisia stayed ahead from the start till they reached 16-12 at the second technical timeout. Although Morocco struggled to come back, the Tunisian team used their concentration to win the set 25-20.

Morocco’s performance rose in the fourth set as both Hachdadi and Anas Settaoui hammered the Tunisian team with their hits from the wings to send the match to tiebreak.

The Tunisian players regained their balance in the tiebreak and they led frequently from the start putting the Moroccan team under pressure to draw until they increased the point deficit to 8-6 at the court turn. Morocco played their best to come back to draw 11-11. The more experienced Tunisian players however won the tiebreak 15-13.

Egypt vs. Rwanda
Egypt had to work hard to steal a victory against Rwanda 3-1 (25-27, 28-26, 26-24, 25-19) in 117 minutes of exciting action. Rwanda started as the better side to win the first set as they hammered the Egyptians with their spikes. Egypt came back gradually and succeeded to win two sets narrowly before increasing the gap only in the fourth set.

Egypt started the match well, earning an early lead until their players lost concentration following a yellow card to coach Mohamed El Lakany. Rwanda rebounded with their blockers Placide Sibomaya and Vincent Dusabimana to win the set 27-25.

Egypt had to fight hard in the second set against the highly motivated Rwanda players and through their opposite attacker Mustafa Idress they succeeded to come back after the second technical timeout. With the aid of blockers Mohamed Khater and Mohamed Elakalany Egypt saved the set point before they won the set 28-26 after a brave fight from the Rwandan players.

Again Rwanda was the better side in the third set and started aggressively through strong attackers Christophe Mukunzi and Bonny Mutabazi to lead four points at 18-14 before the Egypts performance improved and they used the reception errors from Rwanda to win the set 26-24.

Egypt led comfortably in the fourth set after the Rwandan players lost their temper to win the set 25-19 after an excellent performance from the opposite Mustafa Idress.

Libya vs. Cote d’Ivoire
Libya hammered Cote d’Ivoire in straight sets (25-10, 25-11, 25-14) in the play off 5 to 8 position. Libya overwhelmed the net action all through the match due to the height of their players. They used the artistry of their spikers Mohamed Lashlem and Mohamed Mohamed as well as centers Mohamed Abdel Wahab and Fadi Abdel Salam to dominate the match and achieve the easy victory.

South Africa vs. Chad
South Africa needed 105 minutes to clinch a difficult victory over Chad 3-2 (25-22, 17-25, 23-25, 25-17, 15-11) in a five set match that showed a lot of thrills. After a good start from Chad, South Africa succeeded to take control through their efficient blocker Lee Sullivan. Chad played their best through setter Abdoulaye Tobio and attacker Dimadoum Ngar to lead 2-1. South Africa returned back to the action after a steady performance from Mazibuko Musa and Thompson Miles. Chad was 8-5 ahead at the court turn before leading 11-8 when they committed two wrong position faults that cost them the match.

Semifinal Results
Semifinal 1-4
Tunisia vs. Morocco 3-2 (23-25, 25-18, 25-20, 18-25, 15-13)
Rwanda vs. Egypt 3-1 (25-27, 28-26, 26-24, 25-19)
Play off 5-8
South Africa vs. Chad 3-2 (25-22, 17-25, 23-25, 25-17, 15-11)
Libya vs. Cote d’Ivoire 3-0 (25-10, 25-11, 25-14)
Play off program on Friday 8 October
Libya vs. South Africa
Chad vs. Cote d’Ivoire
Results and Ranking-
Results Semifinal 1-4
No Date Teams Set Result per set (points) Total
Points Time Audience
1 2 3 4 5
13 6 Oct. TUN-MAR 3-2 23-25 25-18 25-20 18-25 15-13 106-101 1:50 800
14 6 Oct. EGY-RWA 3-1 25-27 28-26 26-24 25-19 104-96 1:57 1000

Results Play off 5-8
No Date Teams Set Result per set (points) Total
Points Time Audience
1 2 3 4 5
15 6 Oct. RSA-TCH 3-2 25-22 17-25 23-25 25-17 15-11 105-100 1:45 150
16 6 Oct. LBY-CIV 3-0 25-10 25-11 25-14 75-35 1:02 600

Results Pool A
No Date Teams Set Result per set (points) Total
Points Time Audience
1 2 3 4 5
2 2 Oct. MAR-RWA 2-3 25-22 15-25 25-19 21-25 13-15 98-106 1:55 300
3 2 Oct. TCH-LBY 1-3 13-25 13-25 25-20 17-25 68-95 1:29 1000
5 3 Oct. RWA-TCH 3-0 25-16 25-21 25-16 75-53 1:04 200
7 3 Oct. LBY-MAR 2-3 25-22 19-25 25-23 29-31 12-15 110-116 2:08 1000
9 4 Oct. MAR-TCH 3-0 25-13 25-10 25-14 75- 37 0:57 100
11 4 Oct. RWA-LBY 3-0 25-23 25-18 25-18 75-61 1:07 1000

Results Pool B
No Date Teams Set Result per set (points) Total
Points Time Audience
1 2 3 4 5
1 2 Oct. RSA-EGY 0-3 16-25 19-25 12-25 47-75 1:05 100
4 2 Oct. TUN-CIV 3-0 25-4 25-10 25-3 75-17 0:49 200
6 3 Oct. CIV-EGY 0-3 7-25 4-25 8-25 19-75 0:49 200
8 3 Oct. TUN-RSA 3-0 25-8 25-6 25-18 75-32 0:57 250
10 4 Oct. RSA-CIV 3-0 25-8 25-11 25-17 75-36 1:05 250
12 4 Oct. EGY-TUN 0-3 17-25 22-25 23-25 62-75 1:14 500

Ranking Pool A
Rk Code Country Points Matches Points Sets
Won Lost Won Lost Ratio Won Lost Ratio
1 RWA Rwanda 6 3 256 212 1.207 9 2 4.500
2 MAR Morocco 5 2 1 289 253 1.142 8 5 1.600
3 LYB Libya 4 1 2 266 259 1.027 5 7 0.714
4 TCH Chad 3 3 158 245 0.644 1 6 0.166

Ranking Pool B
Rk Code Country Points Matches Points Sets
Won Lost Won Lost Ratio Won Lost Ratio
1 TUN Tunisia 6 3 225 111 2.027 9 Max.
2 EGY Egypt 5 2 1 212 141 1.503 6 3 2.000
3 RSA South Africa 4 1 2 154 186 0.827 3 6 Min.
4 CIV Cote D’Ivoire 3 3 72 225 0.320 9 Min.
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Mensaje #5 por nirvana » 11 Oct 2010, 09:45

Tunisia edge Egypt to reclaim crown


Misurata, Libya, October 9, 2010 - Tunisia completed their successful defence of the Men's Junior African Nations Championship by beating arch-rivals Egypt 3-2 (25-16, 22-25, 25-27, 25-20, 15-13) in an exciting final in Misurata, Libya on Saturday.

Tunisia's success improved their record in the competition as they picked up their eighth title in the competition that began in 1984. The final was attended by the first vice-president of the Libyan Olympic Committee, Mohamed El Ammary, and the second vice-president, Noor Eddine Lekreshi. Also present were Libya Volleyball Federation president Gamal Zarrouk, Libya Volleyball Federation vice-president Ayad El Misurati, SOC delegate Morakinyo Ebenzer, referee delegate Abdelmajeed Djirad and CAVB technical director Howyda Mondy.

Tunisia v Egypt
Tunisia clinched a hard-fought victory over Egypt 3-2 (25-16, 22-25, 25-27, 25-20, 15-13) in a thrilling match that ran for 110 minutes. After Tunisia won the first set 25-16, Egypt replied positively and claimed two successive sets to lead 2-1 before nearly picking up the fourth too. However, Tunisia pulled back to level at two sets apiece and then secured their triumph in the tiebreak.

Tunisia took an 8-5 lead in the first set thanks to the blocking of the two centers, Omar Agrebi and Mohamed Ayech. Egypt were struggling with their receiving and Tunisia profited from the spike service of Brahim Besbes and Agrebi to win the set 25-16.

Egypt improved their receiving and digging in the second set and with combinations from setter Ahmed El Sayed, started to build up their attacks through Mostafa Idress as they established a 16-14 lead. With Tunisia making a series of serving errors, the Egyptians wrapped up the set at 25-22.

The third set saw Egypt dominate early through their blocking against the attacks of Besbes and Arabi Ben Abdalla. Tunisia improved their defence and their spike service to lead 16-14 at the Second Technical Timeout (STT) but Egypt, with the strong spikes of wing spiker Omar Hassan and Hossam Sallam, eventually prevailed 27-25.

The fourth set turned into an exciting contest between an Egypt side with the wind in their sails and a Tunisia team desperate to find a way back. Egypt spiked well through Hassan and Idress to take an 8-6 lead at the First Technical Timeout (FTT). Tunisia came back with a tactical service to lead 16-15 at the STT before Besbes and Ali Ben Othman turned on the style to overcome the Egyptian blockers and win the set 25-20 to take the match to a tiebreak.

The tiebreak saw Egypt take an early lead after quick attacks from El Askalany and Mohamed El Mahdi, but Tunisia used their tactical service to score four successive points and lead 10-8 before going on to clinch victory.

Morocco v Rwanda
Morocco cruised past Rwanda 3-0 (25-23, 25-20, 25-22) in the bronze-medal match as the north Africans achieved an easier-than-expected victory. Rwanda started the match on top as they dominated at the net through middle blocker Blacide Sibomana and wing spiker Christophe Muknzi. But Morocco found their stride and profited from the efficiency of opposite spiker Mohamed Hachdadi to win the set 25-23. With the first set won, Morocco adjusted their combinations and, with setter Moustafa Toufik playing a prominent role, went on to win the second and third sets in style.

Libya v South Africa
Libya swept past South Africa 3-1 (25-18, 25-23, 14-25, 25-17) in the fifth and sixth position match. The host team dominated the first and second sets completely due to their superior blocking with Mohamed Abdel Wahab catching the eye. The third set was a completely different story as South Africa attacked through their wing spikers but the Libyans regained their rhythm to win the fourth set and the match 3-1. Libya finished the competition in fifth place and Rwanda in sixth.

Chad v Cote d'Ivoire
Chad eased past Cote d'Ivoire in straight sets 25-10, 25-6, 25-12 in a one-sided game they dominated completely to finish their first-ever participation in seventh position, leaving the Ivorians in eighth.

Final and Bronze Medal Results
Final Tunisia v Egypt 3-2 (25-16, 22-25, 25-27, 25-20, 15-13)
Bronze Medal Rwanda v Morocco 3-0 (25-23, 25-20, 25-22)
Ranking 5-8 Results
5-6 Positions Libya v South Africa 3-1 (25-18, 25-23, 14-25, 25-17)
7-8 Positions Chad v Cote d’Ivoire 3-0 (25-10, 25-6, 25-12)

All Results and Ranking
Final and Bronze medal
No Date Teams Set Result per set (points) Total
Points Time Audience
1 2 3 4 5
1-2 9 Oct. TUN-EGY 3-2 25-16 22-25 25-27 25-20 15-13 112-101 1:50 1000
2-3 9 Oct. MAR-RWA 3-0 25-23 25-20 25-22 75-65 1:06 800

Ranking 5-8 Results
No Date Teams Set Result per set (points) Total
Points Time Audience
1 2 3 4 5
5-6 8 Oct. LBY-RSA 3-1 25-18 25-23 14-25 25-17 89-83 1:23 200
7-8 8 Oct. TCH-CIV 3-0 25-10 25-6 25-12 75-28 0:58 500

Results Semifinal 1-4
No Date Teams Set Result per set (points) Total
Points Time Audience
1 2 3 4 5
13 6 Oct. TUN-MAR 3-2 23-25 25-18 25-20 18-25 15-13 106-101 1:50 800
14 6 Oct. EGY-RWA 3-1 25-27 28-26 26-24 25-19 104-96 1:57 1000

Results Play off 5-8
No Date Teams Set Result per set (points) Total
Points Time Audience
1 2 3 4 5
15 6 Oct. RSA-TCH 3-2 25-22 17-25 23-25 25-17 15-11 105-100 1:45 150
16 6 Oct. LBY-CIV 3-0 25-10 25-11 25-14 75-35 1:02 600
Results Pool A
No Date Teams Set Result per set (points) Total
Points Time Audience
1 2 3 4 5
2 2 Oct. MAR-RWA 2-3 25-22 15-25 25-19 21-25 13-15 98-106 1:55 300
3 2 Oct. TCH-LBY 1-3 13-25 13-25 25-20 17-25 68-95 1:29 1000
5 3 Oct. RWA-TCH 3-0 25-16 25-21 25-16 75-53 1:04 200
7 3 Oct. LBY-MAR 2-3 25-22 19-25 25-23 29-31 12-15 110-116 2:08 1000
9 4 Oct. MAR-TCH 3-0 25-13 25-10 25-14 75- 37 0:57 100
11 4 Oct. RWA-LBY 3-0 25-23 25-18 25-18 75-61 1:07 1000

Results Pool B
No Date Teams Set Result per set (points) Total
Points Time Audience
1 2 3 4 5
1 2 Oct. RSA-EGY 0-3 16-25 19-25 12-25 47-75 1:05 100
4 2 Oct. TUN-CIV 3-0 25-4 25-10 25-3 75-17 0:49 200
6 3 Oct. CIV-EGY 0-3 7-25 4-25 8-25 19-75 0:49 200
8 3 Oct. TUN-RSA 3-0 25-8 25-6 25-18 75-32 0:57 250
10 4 Oct. RSA-CIV 3-0 25-8 25-11 25-17 75-36 1:05 250
12 4 Oct. EGY-TUN 0-3 17-25 22-25 23-25 62-75 1:14 500

Ranking Pool A
Rk Code Country Points Matches Points Sets
Won Lost Won Lost Ratio Won Lost Ratio
1 RWA Rwanda 6 3 256 212 1.207 9 2 4.500
2 MAR Morocco 5 2 1 289 253 1.142 8 5 1.600
3 LYB Libya 4 1 2 266 259 1.027 5 7 0.714
4 TCH Chad 3 3 158 245 0.644 1 6 0.166

Ranking Pool B
Rk Code Country Points Matches Points Sets
Won Lost Won Lost Ratio Won Lost Ratio
1 TUN Tunisia 6 3 225 111 2.027 9 Max.
2 EGY Egypt 5 2 1 212 141 1.503 6 3 2.000
3 RSA South Africa 4 1 2 154 186 0.827 3 6 Min.
4 CIV Cote D’Ivoire 3 3 72 225 0.320 9 Min.
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