May 5, 2021
All four last series started on Wednesday, including the championship battle, which opened in Sfantu Gheorghe under the 2-2-1 best-of-five format. Sepsi knew that they would be tested by Satu Mare and they ended up getting tested by Bria Goss and company, but did win 69-68.
Sepsi Sfantu Gheorghe vs. Satu Mare 69-68 SEP Gardner 18/8r Pasic 16 Mandache 11 Tobin 8 Pavlopoulou 3 Keleman 1 SAT Goss 24/6r Bright 19/8r Solopova 11/10r
The other series are best-of-three using a 2-1 hosting format. The first game in the bronze medal series was excellent as the Serbian players on each side led their teams. Brasov managed to force overtime behind Ines Corda and Biljana Pesovic, but Brankica Hadzovic and Arad prevailed 90-80 at home.
Arad vs. Olimpia Brasov 90-80(OT) ARA Hadzovic 23/6r/9a Beadle 14/17r Poole 12/7r/6s Karakasevic 12 Ardelean 10/9r Armanu 10 Akathiotou 2 BRA Corda 21/9r Pesovic 20/6r Dickey 17/7r Al Ash Hab 10 McDonald 2
In the consolation bracket, Targoviste beat Constanta 68-57.
Targoviste vs. Phoenix Constanta 68-57 TAR Stoenescu 14/6r Irimia 13/7r Petrof 13 Ghita 12/6r CON Beldian 17 Sutherland 12/11r Kelly 5
The first game of the day came in this series as Korine Campbell led Cluj-Napoca past Agronomia 80-55.
Universitatea Cluj-Napoca vs. Agronomia Bucuresti 80-55 CLU Campbell 25/10r Timbilla 15/13r Uiuiu 15/8a Chis 10/6r AGR Plavitu 18 Sipos 12/14r Filip 10/6r