Italy, Croatia, Serbia and Russia have secured placed in the quarterfinals in the final day of the second round. Quarterfinal pairing will be as follows: France-Croatia, Italy-Russia, Spain-Serbia, Netherlands-Turkey.
Winners of the quarterfinals will qualify to play in the U19 World Championships in 2013.
In the relegation round Czech Republic narrowly edged Belgium to take the lead for the only spot in top division.
Alexandra Marchenkova (Russia, PF) 18 points, 8 rebounds in W against Sweden
Albina Razheva (Russia, PF) 17 points, 12 rebounds, 7 turnovers in W against Sweden
Paulina Hersler (Sweden, C) 20 points, 12 rebounds in L against Russia
Anna Stamolamprou (Greece, PG) 17 points, 3 rebounds, 3 steals in L against Spain
Kourtney Treffers (Netherlands, G) 21 points, 6 rebounds in L against Italy
Aleksandra Stancev (Serbia, PG) 24 points, 5 rebounds in W against Slovak Republic
Zofia Hruscakova (Slovak Republic, PF) 18 points, 10 rebounds in L against Serbia
Inja Butina (Croatia, PG) 21 points, 6 rebounds in W against Slovenia
Maja Busnjak (Slovenia, C) 21 points, 7 rebounds in L against Croatia
Kamila Hoskova (Czech Republic, SF) 19 points, 9 rebounds in W against Belgium
Antonia Delaere (Belgium, G) 18 points, 7 rebounds, 4 steals in L against Czech Republic
Hind Ben Abdelkader (Belgium, G) 27 points, 6 rebounds in L against Czech Republic
Portugal and Belarus have taken big steps towards semifinals with victories tonight.
Josephine Filipe (Portugal, G) 18 points, 3 assists in W against Denmark
Maria Jespersen (Denmark, G) 15 points, 9 rebounds in L against Portugal
Regina Pap (Hungary, F) 16 points, 11 rebounds in W against Bulgaria
Iva Kostova (Bulgaria, SG) 15 points, 4 rebounds, 5 steals in L against Hungary
Borislava Hristova (Bulgaria, G) 18 points, 5 rebounds, 4 assists in L against Hungary
Shequila Joseph (England, PF) 23 points, 8 rebounds in W against Norway
Hanna Kalenta (Belarus, C) 17 points, 10 rebounds in W against Lithuania