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Antranik Beirut signs Sabine Fakhoury out of retirement - Oct 6, 2017


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Sabine
Fakhoury
Antranik Beirut (WLBL) signed 32-year old ex-international point guard Sabine Fakhoury (169-85) from Al Riyadi. Fakhoury has played there for the last ten years. She helped them to win the regular season and make it to the final. Fakhoury's team won WABA Champions Cup for two years in a row (2015 and 2016).

The list of the past achievements is quite long as among others she was voted Asia-Basket.com All-Lebanese League Honorable Mention back in 2010.

Fakhoury also played at the Arab Club Championship Winner two years ago.
She is a very experienced player.

By Eurobasket Data Center

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Energy Sports Club sign Patton and Torres - 3 days ago
Energy Sports Club has officially been added to the 2017-2018 WLBL season. Today Energy announced the signing for their import players. Amy Patton (178-G-91, college: N.Arizona) from Northern AZ and center Julia Torres (190-F-93). Patton is a 5'10 swingman with the ability to play guard and forward. Last season she played for Sandringham in Australia. The season before in France. Torres is a 6'3 Brazilian from Missouri Western State. This will be her first season professional.   [read more]
Women Arab Club Basketball Championship: CS Sfaxien defeated by Lebanon's Homenetmen (61-50) in final - 8 days ago
CS Sfaxien conceded defeat to Lebanon's Homenetmen (61-50) at the final of the Women Arab Club Basketball Championship played Saturday in Beirut. The Tunisian team had qualified on Friday for the final after defeating Jordan's Fuheis (70-67) while the Lebanese team had defeated Egypt's Olympic Club (96-67). In the first round, CS Sfaxien had lost to Homenetmen 65-44. Courtesy of: tap.info.tn   [read more]

Kristina
King
Chabibeh Sporting Club beat Al Thawra in a friendly 57-43 - 9 days ago
10/14/2017 Chabibeh Sporting Club beat Al Thaura on a friendly game between two sides. The Lebanese team posted a comfortable 57-43 win against the opponents. Import player Kristina King (180-PG-92, college: Richmond) posted 37 points, 10 rebounds and 5 assists for Chabibeh. Sandra Beddawi (168-PG-92) and Aya Halabi (170-G-90) both chip in 8 points in a winning effort. Earlier Chabibeh Sporting Club announced J.D. Barnes as new head coach. Al Thaura also played Energy, Antranik Beirut...   [read more]


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