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BAL - Quarterfinals: AS Salé vs Petro Luanda reunion as FAP challenges host REG

Un des deux Petro Luanda-AS Salé en 2021.
BAL 2022 Quarter finals

The quarterfinals of the Africa Basketball League start this Saturday with two matches on the menu: AS Salé - Petro Luanda and Rwanda Energy Group - Armed Forces and Police, at the Kigali Arena.

AS Salé and Petro Luanda will meet this Saturday, May 21, for the third time in two editions of the BAL. In 2021, the Angolans won the group match (97-78) and the quarter-finals (79-72).

This Saturday's quarter-final match promises to be a thrilling one. The Moroccan club will be looking for revenge and a place in the semi-finals.

Coached by Liz Mills, the only female coach in the tournament, AS Salé can count on the best scorer in the BAL, Terrel De Von Stoglin (33.2 pts per game).

Third-placed Petro Luanda, on their part, will want to confirm their supremacy over their opponents. The Angolan club has strengthened with the arrival of an American point guard: Elbert Clark Matthews.

REG to emulate Patriots BC
Sahara Conference leaders Rwanda Energy Group (REG) will face Cameroon's Armed Forces and Police (FAP). The Rwandans will want to reach the semi-finals like Patriots BC in the first edition.

REG will be able to count on the support of their fans but also on Cleveland Joseph Thomas, sixth best scorer with 19.2 points per game. The Rwandan team has signed Kenneth Gasana, the Rwandan international guard.

FAP also have something to say. Quarter-finalists in 2021, the Cameroonians want to reach the Final Four. They have registered the arrival of the Franco-Senegalese strong winger Abou Diallo. FAP also has in its ranks Joel Almeida, the Cape Verdean back who brings a lot to the game.

The winners of these two quarter-finals will face each other in the semi-finals.

 

¼ final schedule (GMT)
Saturday 21st May 2022

Kigali Arena

12:30 AS Salé (Morocco) - Petro Luanda (Angola)

16:00 FAP (Cameroon) - Rwanda Energy Group (Rwanda)

Sunday 22nd May 2022

Kigali Arena

12:30 Cape Town Tigers (South Africa) v US Monastir (Tunisia)

16:00 SLAC (Guinea) v Zamalek (Egypt)

 

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