European women’s basketball adversaries France and Russia will meet in the U18 final after both won their respective semifinals. Playing for the fifth place and a spot in 2013 U19 World Championships will be Spain and Turkey who won their games.
Czech Republic clinched their spot in Division A with a win against Poland, meaning that the defending U18 champions Belgium as well as Poland and Romania will be relegated to division B.
Aleksandra Stanacev (Serbia, PG) 23 points, 3 rebounds, 4 assists in L against Russia
Zhanna Byazrova (Russia, G) 20 points in W against Serbia
Albina Razheva (Russia, PF) 17 points, 11 rebounds in W against Serbia
Lidija Turcinovic (France, SG) 14 points, 5 rebounds in W against Netherlands
Aby Gaye (France, C) 14 points, 5 rebounds in W against Netherlands
Kourtney Treffers (Netherlands, PF) 12 points, 11 rebounds in L against France
Elif Emirtekin (Turkey, PF) 22 points, 9 rebounds in W against Croatia
Elena de Alfredo (Spain, G) 27 points, 5 rebounds in W against Italy
Dora Ardelean (Romania, F) 17 points, 6 rebounds, 6 turnovers in L against Belgium
Heleen Adams (Belgium, G) 20 points in W against Romania
Julia Adamowicz (Poland, SF) 17 points in L against Czech Republic
England clinched their spot in Division A with a victory against Portugal while Hungary blew a 3 point lead within the last 2 minutes and lost to Belarus.
Laura Ferreira (Portugal, SG) 18 points, 5 rebounds in L against England
Ines Viana (Portugal, PG) 17 points, 4 rebounds in L against England
Shequila Joseph (England, PF) 18 points, 4 rebounds in W against Portugal
Cheridene Green (England, C) 18 points, 18 rebounds in W against Portugal
Maryia Papova (Belarus, PF) 14 points, 13 rebounds in W against Hungary
Janka Hegedus (Hungary, F) 15 points, 3 rebounds in L against Belarus