Angola to Shield African Men's Handball Championship at Cameroon

Angola is set to defend its 2018 name in the African Women's Handball Championship at Yaoundé in Cameroon with contest set to begin tomorrow in the Yaoundé Multipurpose Sports Complex.

Angola to Shield African Men's Handball Championship at Cameroon

At the last 3 decades back, Angola defeated Senegal 19-14 to acquire their second straight gold medal in the Championship and its own 10th in 11 variations.

This moment, Angola begin in Group C which is presently a set of three after the withdrawal of Algeria.

They're set to confront 2018 quarter-finalists the Republic of the Congo - that made the podium in 2008 if they won bronze - and debutants Cape Verde.

On this event, DR Congo conquered them 33-22, but Cameroon will search for a better effect on home land.

Reigning runners-up Senegal are in Group A with 2014 winners Tunisia and will be combined by debutants Madagascar along with the coming Guinea, that have attained the quarter-finals in all three of the looks.

The best two teams at the 3 classes will be eligible automatically for the knockout stages, together with both third-placed teams with the best record linking them.

This rivalry was supposed to occur from December 2 to 12 final year, but has been postponed as a result of this COVID-19 pandemic.

The Championship is scheduled to finish on June 18, also will behave as a qualifying tournament for its 2021 World Women's Handball Championship.

The best four teams will qualify for the contest in Spain later this season.

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