Egypt did not keep its title. It was dethroned by the Carthage Eagles of Tunisia after a hard-fought final.
After a round of observation, the two selections are resolutely tackling in a festive atmosphere.
They stand shoulder to shoulder until the break.
Egypt has for drum major Zeinelabdin Ali, author of many goals of the Pharaohs while Tunisia was carried at arm’s length by Soussi Mohammed.
The cross chaser continued until half-time with a light with two goals for Egypt, 15-13.
Tight match
The mano a mano was hardened in the second half of the game, but Tunisia swifter, has managed little by little to take the hair of the beast.
His rather hermetic defense has repelled many attempts by the Pharaohs of Egypt.
Five minutes from the end of the game, Soussi’s teammates stand out and manage their lead until the end, 26-24.
Tunisia is destroying Egypt!
These two selections in addition to Angola, coming third in the competition, will represent Africa next year at the world championships scheduled in Germany and Denmark.
Gabon ranked 5th, managed the bet of the organization with a beautiful competition hall out of the ground just a few months ago.
The official ceremony of the final was chaired by Gabon’s President Ali Bongo in the presence of CAHB President Aremou Mansourou.

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