December 14, 2019
The final day of play started with Ifunaya Okoro having a big game for MFM Queens to help them avoid last place with a 71-59 win even though Djefarima Diawara and Mariama Kouyate finished strong tournaments for Energie. The fifth place game was close, but INSS emerged with a 54-49 win over Force Armee et Police. Hosts Al Ahly did not reach the heights they wanted, but Kelsey Mitchell helped send the home fans happy in Cairo with a medal after an 88-65 win over Shawnta Dyer and their Alexandria rivals Sporting before the finale on Saturday. That final more than lived up to the hype with a rematch of last year’s championship game. Italee Lucas, this time flanked by Robyn Parks, was ready to get Inter the win and some revenge, but Ferroviario came back to force overtime. The trio of Sarah Ogoke, who played every second of the game, Odelia Mafanela, and Ingvild Mucauro got the champions the lead and they held on a for a 91-90 win to keep the trophy for another year.
MFM Queens vs. Energie 71-59 MFM Okoro 23/7r/8a/7s Bhadmus 11 Chinyere 10/10r EBC Diawara 25/11r Kouyate 21/16r
Force Armee et Police vs. I.N.S.S. 49-54 FAP Thomas 12/9r Green 12/6s Edimo 10 INSS Nyoka 15/7r
Al Ahly vs. Sporting 88-65 ALH Mitchell 33 Degheidy 18/7r Youssef 14 Nunn 4/14r Elsharaawy 0 SPO Dyer 21/9r Bakr 15 Helwa 14/6r
Inter Clube vs. Ferroviario Maputo 90-91(OT) GDI Lucas 31/9r/8a Parks 24/7r/6a Traore 18/8r Jorge 11 CFM Ogoke 22/7r/6a Mafanela 22/7r Mucauro 20/14r/6a Gimo 17/10r Chiziane 2