2 December 2012

Angola/Equatorial Guinea: Clubs' Victory Marks End of Third Round in Malabo

Luanda — The three Angolan teams Saturday closed with victory the third round of the African Champions League Clubs underway in Malabo, Equatorial Guinea.

Stress goes to the Angolan Petro de Luanda victory over ESS of Tunisia, by 70-69 during the competition.

In addition to Petro de Luanda in the series B, another Angolan club 1 º de Agosto beat Mazembe of Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) by 88-63. While Kano Pillars of Nigeria defeated Al Ahly of Egypt (70-68).

With this result Petro de Luanda rank first in series (B) with 6 points, followed by 1º de Agosto with 5, ESS of Tunisia in third place (5), Kano Pillars of Nigeria placed fourth (4), Mazembe of DRC in fifth place (4). Al Ahly is the last with 3 points.

In series A, "Recreativo do Libolo" (Angola) that remain unbeatable lead the group with 6 points after winning over Manga BB of Gabon by 73-63, followed by Gabon's Manga BB with 4 points.

Whereas, Ettehad (EGY), ABC (CIV) and Mongomo (GEQ), hold the third, fourth and fifth places all with 3 points, while Rwanda's Espoir is the last with two points.

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