Our U18-boys lose against Sweden on Sunday-morning and miss the qualification for the Top 8 – they had the chance to qualify with a win.
After a good start into the game, Sweden went on a run to end the first quarter and lead 22:13 after 10 minutes. Between minute 6 and 12, Luxemburg did not score a point
and Sweden went on a 17:0 run. After the break, Sweden was able to extend the lead to as much as 20 points and Luxemburg could not come back into the game due to a poor shooting percentage.
See game stats below (more…)
2 weeks before the start of the EC-qualification-tournament, we know which players will be available to play for our men’s team. Head-coach Franck Mériguet can take 12 players to the games, currently, 18 players are practicing with the team. Take a look at the names. (more…)
According to his Facebook page, Sylvester Spicer has signed a contract with Basket Esch for the upcoming season. Spicer is a 1m98 tall forward who graduated from Rogers State in 2010. Since then, he has played for different teams in Israel, Portugal, New Zealand, Iceland or in South America. His last club was the North Dallas Vandals in the ABA. See below for some highlights of the 1986 born player. He replaces Alex Okafor in the Esch roster who has signed a new contract with Challans in the French N1.
Here are some main statements of an interview that appeared in the newspaper Luxemburger Wort on Wednesday.
Fischer (Foto, copyright Georges Noesen / Revue) talks about:
- The current situation concerning the women’s team of Steinsel
- The JICL and non-JICL thematic
- The financial stability of the club
- The relationship between Amicale and T71
- The youth work of Amicale Steinsel
- The return of Samy Picard to the court (more…)
The U18 Girls National Team has lost today against Romania 53-80 in the games for the places 12-14. Lisa Jablonowski had 14 points, 11 rebounds and 3 assists while Jill Baum added 11 points. Luxembourg can rest on Saturday before their final game against Ireland on Sunday.