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    Handball: Tunisia 3rd at Junior World Cup

    By Eymen Gamha | Jul 31 2011 Share on Linkedin Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google Share on pinterest Print

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    Despite the loss in the semi finals against Denmark ( final score 21-35) which was attributed to fatigue, the Tunisian handball team compensated on Saturday by winning the bronze medal in the Junior Handball World Cup. They defeated the Egyptian team  (24-18) in Thessaloniki, Greece.

    The Tunisians nicely concluded their Junior World Cup, after winning their matches against France, Norway, Serbia and defeating Spain, which is considered an achievement.

    The seven players will face other competitions and challenges where they will represent Tunisia with dignity, as they did during this world cup.

    Source:  La Presse

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