CAIRO (2016 FIBA Africa U18 Women's Championship) - The 2016 FIBA Africa U18 Women's Championship Quarter-Finals pairing are set following the conclusion of the Group Phase on Wednesday.
Egypt reached the Quarter-Finals as winners of Group A, whileAngola finished second.
Just the way she did early in the tournament, Meral Abdelgawad sparked the hosts with a game-high 17 points, while Nadine Rehan added 12 in Tuesday's 56-39 triumph over Angola.
In Friday's Quarter-Finals, Mali will play Algeria while Egypt - going for their second title in the history of the competition - will face debutants Uganda. In the meantime, Tunisia will go up against Angola, and Mozambique will play Madagascar with places in the Semi-Finals at stake.
Madagascar concluded their Group A campaign on a positive note as they cruised past Algeria 55-27 to clinch a first-ever win at FIBA Africa U18 Women's Championship.
Tuesday and Wednesday's Results:
Mozambique v Uganda: 76-48
Egypt v Angola: 56-39
Algeria v Madagascar: 27-55
Tunisia v Mali: 24-94
Algeria v Mali
Uganda v Egypt
Tunisia v Angola
Madagascar v Mozambique