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2012 FIBA European Championship for Small Countries

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The 2012 FIBA European Championship for Small Countries was the 13th edition of the tournament, formerly known as the Promotion Cup or the FIBA EuroBasket Division C. It was played at Serravalle, San Marino, in 2–7 July.

The draw took place on 4 December 2011, in Freising, Germany.[1] The Andorra national team was the final winner of the Championship.[2]

First round

Group A

# Teams P W L PF PA PT
1  Andorra 2 2 0 196 131 4
2  Moldova 2 1 1 165 162 3
3  Gibraltar 2 0 2 109 177 2
2 July 2012
14:15
Moldova  81–62  Gibraltar
Scoring by quarter: 18–9, 20–17, 23–23, 20–13
Arena Domus, Serravalle, San Marino
Attendance: 100
3 July 2012
15:00
Gibraltar  47–96  Andorra
Scoring by quarter: 15–23, 13–19, 8–24, 11–30
Arena Domus, Serravalle, San Marino
Attendance: 100
4 July 2012
15:00
Andorra  100–84  Moldova
Scoring by quarter: 27–20, 21–24, 22–15, 16–19
Arena Domus, Serravalle, San Marino
Attendance: 50

Group B

# Teams P W L PF PA PT
1  San Marino 3 2 1 197 193 5
2  Malta 3 2 1 225 186 5
3  Wales 3 1 2 180 214 4
4  Scotland 3 1 2 210 219 4
2 July 2012
16:30
Malta  75–64  Scotland
Scoring by quarter: 24–14, 15–9, 17–23, 19–18
Arena Domus, Serravalle, San Marino
Attendance: 100
2 July 2012
19:30
San Marino  58–53  Wales
Scoring by quarter: 14–15, 11–14, 21–10, 12–14
Arena Domus, Serravalle, San Marino
Attendance: 500
3 July 2012
17:15
Wales  51–81  Malta
Scoring by quarter: 14–25, 7–25, 12–20, 18–11
Arena Domus, Serravalle, San Marino
Attendance: 100
3 July 2012
19:30
Scotland  71–68  San Marino
Scoring by quarter: 20–18, 12–15, 18–17, 21–18
Arena Domus, Serravalle, San Marino
Attendance: 450
4 July 2012
17:15
Scotland  75–76  Wales
Scoring by quarter: 16–19, 23–18, 20–23, 16–16
Arena Domus, Serravalle, San Marino
Attendance: 100
4 July 2012
19:30
San Marino  71–69  Malta
Scoring by quarter: 12–13, 21–21, 15–22, 23–13
Arena Domus, Serravalle, San Marino
Attendance: 850

Second round for 5th to 7th place

# Teams P W L PF PA PT
5  Wales 2 2 0 171 147 4
6  Scotland 2 1 1 159 136 3
7  Gibraltar 2 0 2 132 179 2

The game of the first round between the 3rd and 4th qualified of group B is included in this round.

6 July 2012
15:00
Gibraltar  72–95  Wales
Scoring by quarter: 20–18, 18–28, 20–19, 14–30
Arena Domus, Serravalle, San Marino
Attendance: 50
7 July 2012
10:30
Scotland  84–60  Gibraltar
Scoring by quarter: 21–12, 15–13, 20–14, 28–21
Arena Domus, Serravalle, San Marino
Attendance: 50

Knockout stage

 
SemifinalsFinal
 
      
 
 
 
 
 Andorra 75
 
 
 
 Malta 65
 
 Andorra 74
 
 
 
 Moldova 72
 
 San Marino 63
 
 
 Moldova 88
 
Bronze medal game
 
 
 
 
 
 Malta 96
 
 
 San Marino 57

Semifinals

6 July 2012
17:15
Andorra  75–65  Malta
Scoring by quarter: 12–23, 21–18, 19–15, 23–9
Pts: Galera 21
Rebs: four players 5
Asts: Fernández 7
Pts: Jackson 25
Rebs: Deguara 17
Asts: Schembri 6
Arena Domus, Serravalle, San Marino
Attendance: 100
6 July 2012
19:30
San Marino  63–88  Moldova
Scoring by quarter: 14–24, 14–15, 17–23, 18–26
Pts: A. Raschi 23
Rebs: A. Raschi 13
Asts: Zanotti 2
Pts: Cropotov 22
Rebs: Coputerco 13
Asts: Coputerco 10
Arena Domus, Serravalle, San Marino
Attendance: 400

Bronze medal game

7 July 2012
15:00
Malta  96–57  San Marino
Scoring by quarter: 28–13, 15–13, 27–15, 26–16
Arena Domus, Serravalle, San Marino
Attendance: 200

Final

7 July 2012
17:15
Andorra  74–72  Moldova
Scoring by quarter: 17–16, 15–11, 26–18, 16–27
Pts: three players 16
Rebs: Fernández, Olcina 6
Asts: Galera 5
Pts: Cropotov 18
Rebs: Priscepnii 13
Asts: Coputerco 3
Arena Domus, Serravalle, San Marino
Attendance: 250

Final standings

Rank Team
1st, gold medalist(s)
 Andorra
2nd, silver medalist(s)
 Moldova
3rd, bronze medalist(s)
 Malta
4
 San Marino
5
 Wales
6
 Scotland
7
 Gibraltar

References

External links

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