Belgian Katz lost to Italy in a training match in large numbers. Without Emma Meissmann and Julie Allemand, the Belgian women’s basketball played a good first half, but after the break, the young team split spring.
The Belgian national cat team came to Spain to follow the rhythm of the competition with the goal of the World Cup, which will be held in Australia in September. The Belgian women are absent from their strongholds, Emma Maisman, Julie Allemand, Antonia Delayer and Hind Ben Abdelkader, to participate in the mini-tournament.
In the first half even, it was Maxuella Lisowa again who delivered some punches and kept the Cats in the path of Italy with results and rebounds. Laurie Rismont and 20-year-old Eni Juris scored a quick goal. In the first half, the difference was small: 34-36 for Italy.
Then Belgium came out of the dressing room strongly and opened the second half with a score of 10-2 with three throws from Goris and Vanlo and between 4 points from Liswa.
But Italy’s response was also welcome. With a 9-0 average sprint, the Italian woman climbed over Belgium, then never looked back. In the fourth quarter, the difference continued to widen: 60-77. Tomorrow the cats have to start over, then Spain is the opponent.
Belgium: Liswa 15, Juris 11, Linskins 10, Raimont 10, Vanlo 6, Billy Massey 4, Geldof 2, Becky Massey 2
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