Tunis, — Tunisia's national handball team defeated Morocco's 30-17 (first half: 16-9) at a warm-up game for the African Handball Championship (Cairo-January 20-31), played on Saturday in Nabeul.
The national team had secured a win over Gabon's 30-17 (first half: 14-11) at a first friendly played last Wednesday in Hammamet.
Tunisia were drawn in Group B at the African Championship along with Angola, Congo, Kenya, Libya and DR Congo.
Group A is composed of Cameroon, Morocco, Gabon, Nigeria, Egypt and holders Algeria.
Only the winner will qualify for the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro while the top three finishers will qualify for the World Championship scheduled in 2017 in France.