2021 African Women’s Handball Championship –Day 1 : Tunisia defeat Guinea 30-27

Tunisia national women’s handball team defeated Guinea’s 30-27 (first half: 15-12) at a 2021 African Women’s Handball Championship Group A day-1 game played Wednesday in Yaoundé, Cameroon.

Earlier, Senegal beat Madagascar 42-16 as part of the same group.

The national team are playing Madagascar on Friday and runners-up in the last edition Senegal on Sunday.

The competition involves 11 teams divided into three groups.

Group B is composed of Cameroon (host country), DR Congo, 3rd in the last edition, Nigeria and Kenya, while Group C is formed of teams from Angola, Congo and Cape Verde.

The 24th edition, which will continue until June 18, is qualifier for the World Women’s Handball Championship scheduled from December 2 to 19 in Spain.

Group A results

Played Wednesday:

Senegal – Madagascar 42-16

Tunisia – Guinea 30-27

Next fixtures

Playing Friday, June 11:

1400: Madagascar – Tunisia

1800: Guinea – Senegal

Playing Sunday, June 13:

1400: Guinea – Madagascar

1600: Tunisia – Senegal

Source: TAP News Agency