1969

qualification round

Group A

9-05-1969

Denmark – Czechoslovakia                55-82 (24-48)

Denmark: A. Petersen 6, Wich, E. Jensen 5, Weber 5, Fiala 15, Staun 4, Schaumann 2, Freil 12, Norby 2, Beck-Christensen 2, Matzen, I. Eriksen 2.

Sweden – Iceland 79-51 (30-26)

Sweden: J. Hansson 26, Rannelid 13, Hjorth 9, Albertsson 8, Lindelöf 8, P.-O. Lefwerth 8, Edström 4, Grönlund 2, Veigurs 1.

Iceland: Hallgrimsson 16, Bollason 8, Palsson 10, Sigurdsson 8, Gunnarsson 7, Magnusson 3.

10-05-1969

Czechoslovakia – Iceland    123-63 (59-31)

Czechoslovakia: Zednicek 8, Zidek 6, Konopasek 6, Sako 3, Ruzicka 2, Baroch 16, Mifka 15, Dousa 12, Ammer 9, Pistelak 24, Bobrovsky 22.

Iceland: Palsson 13, Magnusson 11, Birgirsson 10, Bollason 10, Gislason 2, Sigurdsson 1, Stefansson 2, Markusson 2, Helgason 4, Hallgrimsson 8.

Denmark – Sweden             70-82 (34-40)

Denmark: Petersen 20, E. Jensen 11, Fiala 8, Schaumann 8, Eriksen 7, Wich 6, Weber 4, Beck-Christiansen 3, Staun 3.

Sweden: J. Hansson 25, Albertsson 17, Rannelid 9, Gunnĺ 6, Edström 6, P.-O. Lefwerth 6, Fugedi 4, Hjorth 4, Lindelöf 2, Veigurs 2, Leetmaa 1.

11-05-1969

Iceland – Denmark              51-49 (27-20)

Iceland: Bollason 21, Stefansson 9, Birgisson 8, Gunnarsson 6, Hallgrimsson 5, Palsson 2.

Denmark: Fiala 8, Beck-Christiansen 8, Freil 6, Staun 6, Norby 4, Jensen 4, Eriksen 4, Schaumann 4, Petersen 3, Wich 2.

Sweden – Czechoslovakia   64-78 (24-38)

Sweden: J. Hansson 20, Rannelid 2, Hjorth 6, Lindelöf 2, Veigurs 2, Albertsson 8, Fugedi 7, Gunnĺ 6, Edström 11.

Czechoslovakia: Zednicek 24, Mifka 12, Pistelak 9, Baroch 7, Bobrovsky 6, Dousa 6, Blazek 5, Konopasek 4, Ammer 3, Zidek 2.

Group B

14-05-1969

England – Yugoslavia         69-114 (27-57)

England: Olsson 15, Van Halle 14,

Yugoslavia: Solman 20, Kapicic 23,

Netherlands – Romania      69-80 (42-36)

Netherlands: Van Tuyll 3, Loorbach 5, Van Woerkom 10, Schappert 23, Boot 18, Kales 10.

Romania: Tarau 20, Novac 14, Diaconescu 10, Nosievici 10, Jekely 11, Albu 8, Ruhting 7.

15-05-1969

Romania – Scotland            98-44 (36-21)

England – Netherlands       72-87 (30-49)

England: Worcester 10, Moeten 10, Van Halle 10,

Netherlands: Franke 24, Boot 11, Schappert 12, Van Der Kroon 4, H. Harrewijn 12, Tuinstra 4, Van Tuyll 2, Van Woerkom 18.

16-05-1969

Yugoslavia – Scotland         108-47 (50-17)

Yugoslavia: Solman 27,

Romania – England             91-61 (41-27)

17-05-1969

Scotland – England             53-71 (24-33)

Netherlands – Yugoslavia   65-81 (36-33)

Netherlands: Boot 12, Schappert 17, Franke 10,

Yugoslavia: Cvetkovic 20, Tvrdic 14, Cosic 22,

18-05-1969

Scotland – Netherlands       76-103 (29-53)

Yugoslavia – Romania        69-55 (35-25)

Group C

14-05-1969

Spain – Switzerland             93-52 (37-24)

Fouled out: Margall 39’

Spain: J. Martínez 4, Sagi-Vela 13, Brabender 20, Luyk 2, E. Margall 9; Martínez Arroyo 10, Ramos 4, Escorial 12, Emiliano, Buscató 4, Alocén 9, A. Martínez 6.

Switzerland: Fornerone 3, F. Hänger 12, D. Currat 2, Kund 9, Kiener 10; Dizerens 6, Baillif, Crottaz, Boillat, C. Hänger, Nicolet, M. Wyder 10.

UAR – Belgium    62-70 (29-34)

UAR: Talaat 2, Multar 8, Hussein 4, El Sayed 11, Farouk 18, Abdel Fattar 6, Fouad 2, Moustafa 3, Tewfwik 8.

Belgium: Steveniers 2, Aerts 8, Hillen 11, Van Herzele 8, Vroonen 2, Michelet 8, Van Kerrschaever 9, De Belder 4, Scholiers 18.

15-05-1969

Switzerland – Belgium         48-79 (24-40)

Switzerland: Dizerens 4, Hanger 20, Kiener 8, Kund 6, Crotaz 2, C. Hanger , Wyder 4, Boillat 2, Nicolet 2.

Belgium: Aerts 10, De Belder 12, Scholiers 7, Vanekelen 8, Hillen 2, Vankerrschaever 18, Ivens 11, Michelet 2, Kuyl 6, Van Herzele 2, Sterkendriks 1.

Bulgaria – UAR    77-61 (35-35)

Bulgaria: Pejchev 6, Pandov 17, Dojchinov 2, Dimov 8, Iliev, Gălăbov 6, Brănzov 11, Dimitrov 17, Khristov 10.

UAR: Ali Maher 13, Hussein Moursi 4, Ibrahim 18, Fattah 2, Ragab 4, El-Sayed Tawfiq 20.

16-05-1969

Spain – Belgium   78-64 (39-23)

Fouled out: Margall 38’, Martínez Arroyo 40’

Spain: Martínez Arroyo 4, Brabender, Emiliano 29, Luyk 19, E. Margall 6; J. Martínez, Sagi-Vela 12, Ramos 2, Escorial 2, Buscató, Alocén 2, A. Martínez 2. Ft 16/22.

Belgium: Hillen 6, R. Aerts, Michelet 6, Van Kersschaever 11, Scholiers; Sterckendries 6, Ivens 11, Kuyl 2, Van Herzele 2, Vroonen 5, Van Oekelen 10, De Belder 5. Ft 14/24.

Bulgaria – Switzerland        93-60 (39-17)

Bulgaria: Chanev 8, Pejchev 12, Pandov 11, Dojchinov 7, Spasov 8, Filípov 2, Dimov 8, Iliev 6, Gălăbov 8, Brănzov 2, Dimitrov 6, Khristov 5.

Switzerland: Dizerens 7, Hanger 14, Crortaz 10, Boillat 3, Hange 2, Fornerone 4, Kiener 6, Wyder 14.

17-05-1969

Belgium – Bulgaria              67-88 (30-41)

Belgium: Sterckendriens 8, Kuyl 5, Aerts 6, Van Herzele 8, Van Oekelen 12, Van Kerrschaever 12, De Belder 6, Scholiers 10.

Bulgaria: Chanev 10, Pejchev 11, Pandov 12, Dimov 4, Iliev 14, Brănzov 6, Dimitrov 19, Khristov 12.

UAR – Spain        42-91 (18-46)

Fouled out: Baghdadi 23’, Alocén 40’

UAR: Talaat Tawfiq Mohammed 2, El-Sayed Tawfiq El-Sayed 12, Ali Maher Abouaouf 12, Mustafa Hassan Ragab 8, Farouq Ibrahim Baghdadi; Mohammed Talaat El-Geneidy, Ahmed Mohammed Abbas, Adel Hassan Sharaf 3, Mohammed Sami Salah, Hanafi Hussein Moursi, Adel Abdelfatah Mohammed 1, Sherif Fouad Aboulkheir 4. Ft 16/24.

Spain: Ramos 4, Buscató 4, Sagi-Vela 16, Luyk 18, A. Martínez 11; Martínez Arroyo, J. Martínez 10, E. Margall 6, Brabender, Escorial 13, Emiliano, Alocén 9. Ft 13/18.

18-05-1969

Switzerland – UAR              61-77 (27-35)

Switzerland: Dizeréns 4, Hanger 4, Crottaz, C. Hanger 2, Fornerone 7, Currat 15, Kund 19, Kiener 10, M. Wyder, Boillat.

UAR: Aoud 15, Hussein 8, El-Sayed 7, Farouk 13, Ragab 2, Abdel 2, Sheriff 2, Mustapha 8, Tafaat 20.

Spain – Bulgaria   72-68 (40-25)

Fouled out: Margall 28’, Martínez Arroyo 32’, Dimov 39’

Spain: Martínez Arroyo 4, Buscató 10, Emiliano 22, Luyk 24, E. Margall; Ramos, J. Martínez, Brabender, Escorial, Sagi-Vela 2, Alocén 6, A. Martínez 4. Ft 6/12.

Bulgaria: Gălăbov, Khristov 15, Spasov 4, Chanev 4, Pejchev 2; Pandov 8, Dojchinov 5, Filipov, Dimov 11, Iliev, Dimitrov 13, Brănzov 6. Ft 14/22.

Group D

21-05-1969

Greece – West Germany      69-65 (31-27;55-55)

Greece: Spanos 4, Barlas 10, Goumas 25, Zoupas 17, Sismanidis 2, Stamelos 8, Katsafados 3.

West Germany: Uhlig 11, Dieter 17, Pollex 10, Riftin 4, Loibl 4, Wohlers 7, Koller 2, Schmidt 10.

Israel – Finland    69-52 (36-32)

Israel: Lishinski 17, Avishar 16, Kaminski 9, Zohar 9, Eshed 7, Starkman 7, Guth 4.

Finland: Finneman 6, Vekkilä, Tiainen 1, Sarkalahti, Rönnholm 8, Pilvi 2, Pilkevaara 9, Mahlamäki 4, Litmanen, Kari Liimo 11, Lahti 4, Vuorio 7.

22-05-1969

Austria – West Germany    82-75 (42-25)

Austria: Tutschek, Hollerl, Seidermann 8, Bilik 21, Folgner 8, Tecka 29, Pawelka, Hoffmann 16.

West Germany: Uhlig 12, Dieter 6, Pollex 6, xxx, Schitthoff 6, Loibl 2, Waddell 6, Wohlers 20, Keller 4, Schmidt 6, Thimm 7.

Greece – Finland   68-62 (33-28)

Greece: Goumas 17, Ioannidis 2, Kontos 3, Rammos 1, Spanos 7, Zoupas 9, Barlas 20, Sismanidis, Trontzos 9.

Finland: Lahti 4, Liimo 13, Pilvi, Sarkalahti 7, Vuorio, Ronnholm 21, Pilkevaara 9, Mahlamaki, Finnemann 8, Vekkila.

23-05-1969

West Germany – Finland    74-60 (33-24)

West Germany: Uhlig 21, Dieter 9, Schitthoff 4, Loibl 2, Waddell, Wohlers 9, Schmidt 8, Thimm 21,

Finland: Lahti 6, Liimo 14, Sarkalahti 11, Litmanen, Teinen, Ronnholm, Pilkevaara 21, Mahlamahki 2, Finnemann 6.

Austria – Israel     73-85 (35-44)

Austria: Tecka 17, Hoffmann 17, Bilik 17, Zejmon 9, Tutschek 5, Hollerl 4, Folgner 4, Pawelka.

Israel: Avishar 26, Lishinsky 22, Kaminski 11, Starkman 10, Torenshine 6, Zolot, Guth 4, Eshed 4, Zohar 2.

24-05-1969

Greece – Austria   60-66 (27-36)

Greece: Spanos 8, Barlas 9, Trontzos 16, Goumas 17, Zoupas 4, Ioannidis, Sismanidis 6, Stamelos.

Austria: Tutschek 2, Hollerl 6, Seidemann 8, Bilik 8, Folgner 2, Kitzler 8, Tecka 18, Hoffmann 14.

Israel – West Germany        76-50 (36-18)

Israel: Eshed 11, Lishinsky 10, Avishar 10, Starkman 9, Zolot 6, Buchbinder 5, Zohar 4, Guth 4, Torenshine 4, Zuckerman 2, Kaminski 11.

West Germany: Uhlig 6, Dieter 8, Pollex 3, xxx 8, Schittoff 2, Loibl 2, Waddell 4, Wohlers 9, Schmidt, Thimm 8.

25-05-1969

Finland – Austria 53-63 (24-24)

Finland: Finneman, Vekkilä, Tiainen, Sarkalahti 6, Rönnholm 2, Pilvi, Pilkevaara 8, Mahlamäki 6, Litmanen, Kari Liimo 12, Lahti 5, Vuorio 14.

Greece – Israel      70-66 (32-31)

Greece: Trontzos 21, Barlas 14, Sismanidis 14, Goumas 9, Stamelos 6, Zoupas 6.

Israel: Avishar 33, Starkman 10, Lishinsky 12, Neumark 7, Kaminski 2, Guth 2.

Group E

21-05-1969

France – Albania  71-59 (38-28)

France: Bonato 19, Tassin 16, Staelens 10, Galle 2, Magnin 2, Durand 4, Lespinasse 5, Schol 6, Ledent 7.

Albania: Shaka 18, Fagu 11, Shehu 11,

Turkey – Hungary               58-69 (23-36)

Turkey: Sengun 15, Kemal 4, Erdal 6, Ilker 5, Zeki 9, Baris 1, Huseyin 16, Resat 2, Huseyin, Semih.

Hungary: Orbay 4, Gabanyi 4, Kovacs 10, Banhegyi 13, Prieszol 2, Banna 17, Lendhay 4, Geller 6, Hody 7, Hegedus 2.

22-05-1969

Albania – Poland  57-91 (33-46)

Poland: Likszo 23, Lopatka 15, Dolczewski 13, Jurkiewicz 12, Kwiatkowski 10, Pasiorowski 6, Trams 4, Niemiec 4, Cegielski 2, Frelkiewicz 2.

Turkey – France   72-67 (38-34)

Turkey: Sengun Kaplanoglu 13, Ilker 4, Huseyin Kozluca 23, Zeki 6, Kemal Erdenay 10, Erdal 6, Baris 2, Resat 6, Semih 2.

France: Bonato 13, Staelens 12, Tassin 8, Magnin 10, Ledent 7, Durand 7, Schol 4, Longueville 2, Lespinasse 2. Le Ray 2.

23-05-1969

Poland – Turkey   79-65 (45-31)

Poland: Pasiorowski 11, Trams 10, Golelewski 4, Jorgenevic 20, Niemiec 2, Boldan 8, Lopatka 29, Jurkiewicz 4, Gravakowski 4.

Turkey: Ilker 5, Sengun 10, Semih 4, Kemal 18, Zeki 3, Huseyin Kozluca 9, Erdal 9, Resat S, Fuat, Huseyin Alp.

France – Hungary                62-69 (32-37)

France: Ledent 17, Le Ray 15, Durand 10, Tassin 5, Staelens 4, Schol 4, Bonato 4, Magnin 2, Lespinasse 2, Longueville 1.

Hungary: Banna 20, Gabanyi 14,

24-05-1969

Hungary – Albania              61-54 (29-20)

France – Poland    61-66 (32-33)

France: Bonato 17, Schol 15, Ledent 8, Tassin 6, Lespinasse 4, Durand 4, Le Ray 3, Magnin 2, Longueville 2.

Poland: Lopatka 24, Jurkiewicz 15, Likszo 14,

25-05-1969

Albania – Turkey 56-81 (32-39)

Albania: Todar 8, Agim 18, Vaso 16, Kujtim 8, Nikolin 4, Ikonomi 2.

Turkey: Battal 4, Ilker 6, Sengun 5, Semih 4, Zeki 20, Huseyin Kozluca 2, Kemal 4, Erdal 14, Baris 9, Resat 8, Huseyin Alp 5.

Poland – Hungary                84-74 (35-33)

Poland: Lopatka 20, Jurkiewicz 17, Likszo 14, Frelkiewicz 14, Dolczewski 5, Kwiatkowski 4, Cegielski 4, Gula 3, Niemiec 2, Zarzycki 1.

FINAL STAGE

27-09-1969

Yugoslavia – Greece             98-62 (39-30)

Fouled out: Kapičić, Ćosić, Goumas, Christoforou, Katsafados, Peppas

Yugoslavia: Tvrdić 6, Simonović 1, Marojević 8, Rajković 8, Cvetković 8, Kapičić 19, Daneu 8, Ćosić 10, Šolman 4, Plećaš 6, Čermak 2, Jelovac 18.

Greece: Spanos 1, Barlas 4, Trontzos 8, Kolokythas 21, Zoupas 2, Goumas 16, Diamantopoulos 2, Christoforou 8, Katsafados, Peppas.

Italy – Spain         65-53 (39-19)

Attendance: 5.000

Fouled out: Bovone 40’, Ramos 40’

Italy: Ossola, Cosmelli 2, Zanatta 6, Meneghin 15, Masini 7; Bariviera 6, Recalcati 14, Bovone 5, Bergonzoni 2, Brumatti, Bisson 6, Jessi 2.

Spain: Ramos 2, Sagi-Vela, Emiliano 18, Luyk 20, Margall 5; Cristóbal, Codina, Nava, Buscató 6, Alocén 2, Alfonso Martínez.

Israel – Poland      78-92 (40-44)

Fouled out: Teichner, Zohar, Kozak

Israel: Teichner, Eshed 12, Leshinsky 11, Neumark 6, Starkman 8, Dekel 12, Kaminsky 17, Marzel, Turenshine 6, Zohar 6.

Poland: Ładniak 4, Trams 20, Cegielski 5, Seweryn 2, Jurkiewicz 34, Niemiec 6, Likszo 6, Kozak, Kwiatkowski 2, Korcz 13.

Hungary - U.S.S.R.              63-95 (34-44)

Fouled out: Gabányi

Hungary: Orbay 5, Gabányi 2, Kovács, Pálffy 14, Bánhegyi, Prieszol 6, Banna 14, Lendvay 6, Gyurasits, Gellér 2, Hody 8, Hegedűs 6.

U.S.S.R.: Zastukhov 4, Paulauskas 20, Sakandelidze 15, Kul’kov 4, Boloshev 2, Polivoda 12, S. Belov 9, Tomson 4, Vol’nov 2, A. Belov 9, Andreev 14.

Czechoslovakia – Romania 72-70 (29-37)

Fouled out: Tărău

Czechoslovakia: Novický 2, Zídek 21, Konopásek 8, Bobrovský 8, Konvička 1, Baroch 2, Mifka 8, Zedníček 9, Pištělák, Růžička 13.

Romania: Rühring 2, Nosievici 10, Iecheli 17, Albu, Czmor 4, Diaconescu 10, Novac 10, Tărău 17.

Bulgaria – Sweden               87-70 (45-35)

Fouled out: Brănzov, Lundmark, Lindelöf, Edström, Hansson

Bulgaria: Dojchinov 18, Pejchev 6, Golomeev 10, Gălăbov 2, Rusinov 2, Bărzakov 7, Dimov 10, Chanev 2, Kostov 2, Brănzov 12, Dimitrov 11, Khristov 5.

Sweden: Gunnĺ 4, Lundmark 4, Grönlund 12, Lindelöf, Edström 6, Fügedi 7, Hjorth 4, Rannelid 4, Albertsson 8, Hansson 21.

28-09-1969

Czechoslovakia – Israel       90-82 (46-36)

Fouled out: Leshinsky 37’

Czechoslovakia: Novický 6, Zídek 18, Konopasek, Bobrovský 14, Konvicka, Baroch 8, Mifka 2, Zedníček 28, Pistela, Ammer, Blazek, Růžička 14. Ft 8/14.

Israel: Teichner 4, Eshed 7, Leshinsky 16, Dori, Bar-Am, Neumark 4, Starkman 6, Dekel 6, Kaminsky 12, Marzel 7, Turenshine 18, Zohar 2. Ft 10/14.

Bulgaria – Hungary             66-65 (31-29)

Fouled out: Dimov 24’, Leniva 30’, Orbay 33’, Gabanyi 36’, Kovacs 37’, Banna 39’

Bulgaria: Dojchinov 6, Pejchev 8, Golomeev 6, Gălăbov, Rusinov, Bărzakov 6, Dimov 18, Chanev 2, Kostov, Brănzov, Dimitrov 1, Khristov 19. Ft 10/26.

Hungary: Orbay 6, Gabányi 11, Kovács 2, Pálffy 8, Bánhegyi, Prieszol 4, Banna 12, Lendvay 1, Gyurasits, Gellér 10, Hody 11, Hegedűs. Ft 19/24.

Romania – Italy    62-74 (40-38)

Fouled out: Meneghin 24’, Dikay 28’, Ossola 34’, Tarau 35’,  Novac 36’

Romania: Dikay 4, Rühring, Nosievici 8, Iecheli 8, Albu 9, Czmor 5, Diaconescu 16, Novac 9, Tărău 3, Dimancea, Cernea, Dragomirescu dnp. Ft 18/26.

Italy: Bariviera 11, Ossola 5, Recalcati 7, Bovone 7, Masini 20, Zanatta 2, Meneghin 4, Bisson 9, Cosmelli 9, Jessi, Bergonzoni dnp, Brumatti dnp. Ft 14/25.

Sweden – Yugoslavia           43-115 (14-52)

Fouled out: Hansson 19’, Šolman 26’, Jelovac 29’

Sweden: Gunnĺ, Lundmark 1, Grönlund 4, Lindelöf, Veigurs 2, Edström 10, Fügedi 2, Hjorth, Lefwerth 5, Rannelid 12, Albertsson 3, Hansson 4. Ft 3/8.

Yugoslavia: Tvrdić 19, Simonović 24, Marojević 7, Rajkovic, Cvetkovic, Kapicic, Daneu, Ćosić 8, Šolman 19, Plećaš 22, Čermak 4, Jelovac 12. Ft 13/18.

Poland – Spain     79-78 (37-44)

Fouled out: Korcz 30’

Poland: Trams 12, Kwiatkowski 10, Jurkiewicz 22, Korcz 15, Likszo 8; Dolczewski 2, Cegielski 8, Niemiec 2, Kozak, Ladniak dnp, Seweryn dnp, Gula dnp. Ft 5/6.

Spain: Ramos 6, Buscató 15, Emiliano 17, Luyk 23, Alocén 2; Codina 4, Margall 7, Sagi-Vela 4, Escorial dnp, Cristobal dnp, Nava dnp, Martínez dnp. Ft 12/16.

Greece - U.S.S.R.  63-83 (27-46)

Fouled out: Zastukhov  26’, Goumas 30’, Barlas, 38’

Greece: Spanos, Barlas 7, Trontzos 11, Kolokythas 4, Zoupas 2, Goumas 2, Diamantopoulos, Sismanidis, Christoforou 20, Haikalis 2, Katsafados 5, Peppas 10. Ft 7/16.

U.S.S.R.: Zastukhov 4, Paulauskas 12, Sakandelidze 10, Kul’kov 10, Boloshev 4, Polivoda 5, S. Belov 18, Tomson 4, Kovalenko 6, Vol’nov 2, A. Belov 2, Andreev 6. Ft 23/31.

29-09-1969

U.S.S.R. – Sweden               91-47 (53-23)

Fouled out:

U.S.S.R.: Zastukhov 6, Paulauskas 25, Sakandelidze 4, Kul’kov 8, Boloshev 8, Polivoda 10, S. Belov 10, Tomson 8, Kovalenko 4, A. Belov 6, Andreev 2, Volnov dnp. Ft 19/20.

Sweden: Gunnĺ, Lundmark 6, Grönlund 8, Lindelöf 2, Veigurs 2, Edström 2, Fügedi, Rannelid 10, Albertsson 13, Hansson 4, Hjorth dnp, Lefwerth dnp. Ft 7/14.

Romania – Israel  75-74 (33-38)

Fouled out: Marzel 29’, Tărău 34’, Novac 35’

Romania: Dikay, Rühring, Nosievici 14, Iecheli 24, Albu, Czmor 4, Diaconescu 12, Novac 8, Tărău 13, Dragomirescu dnp, Dimancea dnp, Cernea dnp. Ft 9/12.

Israel Teichner, Eshed 18, Leshinsky 22, Neumark 11, Starkman 3, Dekel 8, Kaminsky 12, Marzel, Turenshine, Zohar, Dori dnp, Ben-Am dnp. Ft 18/20.

Greece – Hungary 58-59 (30-19;50-50)

Fouled out: Kovac 27’, Gabanyi 32’, Zoupas 35’

Greece: Spanos, Barlas 8, Trontzos 11, Kolokythas 17, Zoupas, Goumas 10, Diamantopoulos, Chaikalis 2, Sismanidis, Christoforou 10, Katsafados, Peppas. Ft 10/24.

Hungary: Orbay 7, Gabányi 10, Kovács 2, Pálffy 2, Bánhegyi, Prieszol 7, Banna 18, Lendvay 2, Gyurasits, Gellér 2, Hody 9, Hegedűs. Ft 7/12.

Italy – Poland       54-55 (27-28)

Fouled out: Meneghin 29’, Zanatta 31’

Italy: Bariviera 4, Ossola 2, Recalcati 6, Bovone 5, Masini 9, Zanatta 10, Meneghin 4, Bisson 2, Cosmelli 8, Jessi 4, Bergonzoni dnp, Brumatti dnp. Ft 6/8.

Poland: Ładniak 6, Trams 8, Dolczewski 6, Cegielski, Jurkiewicz 9, Likszo, Kozak 14, Kwiatkowski, Korcz 12, Seweryn dnp, Niemiec dnp, Gula dnp. Ft 11/14.

Yugoslavia – Bulgaria         76-60 (33-26)

Fouled out: Rajkovic 27’, Dimitrov 33’, Rusinov 35’, Branzov 36’, Cosic 38’, Marojevic 39’

Yugoslavia: Tvrdić 15, Simonović 6, Marojević 4, Rajković 8, Cvetković 4, Kapičić 16, Daneu 2, Ćosić 7, Šolman, Plećaš 8, Čermak, Jelovac 6. Ft 24/32.

Bulgaria: Dojchinov 3, Pejchev 5, Golomeev 2, Gălăbov 5, Rusinov 2, Bărzakov, Dimov 9, Chanev, Kostov, Brănzov 28, Dimitrov 2, Khristov 4. Ft 17/24.

Spain – Czechoslovakia       60-97 (29-53)

Fouled out: Escorial 31’, Novický 31’, Cristóbal 33’, Sagi-Vela 40’

Spain: Ramos 10, Buscató 8, Emiliano 3, Luyk 12, Margall 11; Escorial 6, Cristóbal 2, Codina 2, Nava, Sagi-Vela 2, Alocén 2, Alfonso Martínez 2. Ft 10/16.

Czechoslovakia: Mifka 11, Zedníček 15, Pištělák 6, Zídek 4, Novický 10; Konopásek 12, Bobrovský 2, Konvička 10, Ammer 8, Blažek 4, Růžička 15, Baroch dnp. Ft 17/26.

1-10-1969

Hungary – Yugoslavia         56-85 (30-35)

Fouled out: Hegedűs 36’, Šolman 39’, Orbay 39’

Hungary: Orbay 2, Gabányi 13, Kovács 11, Pálffy 4, Prieszol 2, Banna 10, Lendvay 4, Gyurasits 2, Gellér 4, Hody 2, Hegedűs 2, Banhegyi. Ft 14/16.

Yugoslavia: Tvrdić 2, Simonović 10, Rajković 13, Cvetković 4, Kapičić 13, Daneu 16, Ćosić 17, Šolman 2, Čermak 4, Jelovac 4, Plecas, Marojevic dnp. Ft 11/20.

Romania – Spain  63-78 (32-41)

Fouled out: Dragomirescu 27’

Romania: Nosievici 10, Diaconescu 7, Iecheli 8, Tărău 8, Novac 20; Dikay, Dragomirescu 6, Albu 2, Dimancea 2 , Ruhring dnp, Czmor dnp. Ft 5/8.

Spain: Ramos 17, Buscató 20, Emiliano 14, Luyk 18, Margall 4; Codina 1, Sagi-Vela 4, Escorial dnp, Cristobal dnp, Nava dnp, Alocén dnp, Martínez dnp. Ft 10/16.

U.S.S.R. – Bulgaria              85-62 (46-27)

Fouled out: Pejchev 30’, Brănzov 36’

U.S.S.R.: Zastukhov 2, Paulauskas 14, Sakandelidze 4, Kul’kov, Boloshev 5, Polivoda 14, S. Belov 14, Tomson 6, Kovalenko 6, Vol’nov 6, A. Belov 6, Andreev 8. Ft 17/22.

Bulgaria: Dojchinov 5, Pejchev 5, Golomeev 4, Gălăbov 6, Rusinov 4, Bărzakov 4, Dimov 4, Chanev 4, Kostov, Brănzov 3, Dimitrov 21, Khristov 2. Ft 10/18.

Israel – Italy          66-79 (26-47)

Fouled out: Zanatta 33’

Israel: Teichner 8, Eshed 11, Leshinsky 8, Dori 4, Baram 6, Neumark 5, Starkman 11, Dekel 1, Kaminsky 8, Marzel, Turenshine 4, Zohar. Ft 10/18.

Italy: Bariviera 6, Ossola, Recalcati 14, Bovone 2, Masini 17, Bergonzoni 8, Zanatta 7, Meneghin 14, Brumatti 4, Bisson, Cosmelli 3, Jessi 4. Ft 13/20.

Greece – Sweden   88-76 (42-33)

Fouled out: Goumas 33’, Edström 36’, Gunnĺ 39’, Lindelöf 39’

Greece: Spanos 2, Barlas 2, Trontzos 6, Kolokythas 37, Zoupas 12, Goumas 9, Sismanidis, Christoforou 14, Katsafados 2, Peppas 4. Ft 12/22.

Sweden: Gunnĺ 13, Lundmark 4, Grönlund 10, Lindelöf 3, Veigurs 2, Edström 3, Fügedi 2, Lefwerth, Rannelid 2, Albertsson 6, Hansson 31. Ft 14/26.

Poland – Czechoslovakia     60-75 (30-32)

Fouled out: Cegielski 35’, Jurkiewicz 37’, Trams 37’

Poland: Ładniak, Trams 6, Dolczewski 8, Cegielski 6, Seweryn, Jurkiewicz 14, Likszo 8, Kozak, Kwiatkowski 6, Korcz 12, Niemiec dnp. Ft 6/10.

Czechoslovakia: Novický 10, Zídek 2, Konopásek 10, Bobrovský 8, Baroch 7, Mifka 10, Zedníček 20, Ammer 4, Růžička 4, Konvicka dnp, Pistelak dnp, Blazek dnp. Ft 9/16.

2-10-1969

Bulgaria – Greece 84-67 (34-39)

Fouled out: Zoupas 22’, Rusinov 31’, Brănzov 33’, Barlas 33’

Bulgaria: Dojchinov 8, Pejchev 6, Gălăbov, Rusinov 1, Bărzakov, Dimov 26, Chanev 8, Brănzov 19, Dimitrov 8, Khristov 8, Golomeev dnp, Kostov dnp. Ft 16/24.

Greece: Spanos 1, Barlas 6, Trontzos 13, Kolokythas 20, Zoupas 6, Goumas 6, Sismanidis, Christoforou 11, Peppas 2, Diamantopoulos dnp, Chaikalis dnp, Katsafados dnp. Ft 13/24.

Poland – Romania               63-95 (29-45)

Fouled out: Tărău 23’, Rühring 29’

Poland: Ładniak, Trams 2, Dolczewski 4, Cegielski 6, Seweryn 6, Jurkiewicz 18, Niemiec, Kozak 13, Kwiatkowski 10, Guła 2, Korcz 2, Likszo dnp. Ft 9/10.

Romania: Rühring 8, Nosievici 28, Dragomirescu 4, Iecheli 26, Czmor 2, Diaconescu, Novac 20, Tărău 5, Dimancea 2, Dikay dnp, Albu dnp. Ft 7/8.

U.S.S.R. – Yugoslavia         61-73 (29-37)

Fouled out: Rajković, Kapičić, Simonović, Tvrdić

U.S.S.R.: Zastukhov, Paulauskas 10, Sakandelidze 6, Kul’kov, Boloshev, Polivoda 9, S. Belov 13, Tomson 2, Kovalenko 3, Vol’nov 4, A. Belov, Andreev 14. Ft 23/36.

Yugoslavia: Tvrdić 8, Simonović 5, Rajković 9, Kapičić 4, Daneu 6, Ćosić 20, Šolman, Plećaš 11, Čermak 4, Jelovac 6, Marojevic dnp, Cvetkovic dnp. Ft 9/16.

Italy – Czechoslovakia         62-63 (36-30)

Fouled out: Baroch 27’

Italy: Bariviera 4, Ossola 4, Recalcati 7, Bovone 5, Masini 18, Bergonzoni 6, Zanatta 2, Meneghin 13, Bisson 2, Cosmelli 1, Brumatti dnp, Jessi dnp. Ft 12/22.

Czechoslovakia: Novický 10, Zídek 6, Bobrovský 11, Konvička 8, Baroch 8, Mifka 2, Pištělák 16, Ammer 2, Konopasek dnp, Zednicek dnp, Blazek dnp, Ruzicka dnp. Ft 11/14.

Sweden – Hungary              76-92 (41-44)

Fouled out: Gunnĺ 31’, Rannelid 35’

Sweden: Gunnĺ 11, Lundmark 1, Grönlund 6, Lindelöf, Edström 13, Fügedi 2, Rannelid 6, Albertsson 9, Hansson 28, Veigurs dnp, Hjorth dnp, Lefwerth dnp. Ft 16/26.

Hungary: Orbay 19, Gabányi 4, Kovács 5, Pálffy 18, Prieszol 13, Banna 17, Lendvay 8, Gellér, Hody 8, Banhegyi dnp, Gyuratsis dnp, Hegedus dnp. Ft 13/19.

Spain – Israel        90-81 (48-40)

Fouled out: Zohar 37’

Spain: Ramos 7, Buscató 12, Emiliano 16, Luyk 20, Margall 8; Codina 8, Sagi-Vela 19, Escorial dnp, Cristobal dnp, Nava dnp, Alocén dnp, Martínez dnp. Ft 12/18.

Israel: Leshinsky 17, Zohar 16, Eshed 26, Kaminsky 6, Turenshine; Neumark 6, Starkman 4, Dekel 6, Marzel. Teichner dnp, Dori dnp, Baram dnp. Ft 15/20.

4-10-1969

Italy – Hungary    78-60 (36-33)

Fouled out: Gabányi, Pálffy, Banna

Italy: Bariviera 11, Ossola 1, Recalcati 14, Bovone, Masini 2, Bergonzoni 2, Zanatta 12, Meneghin 8, Brumatti 8, Bisson 9, Cosmelli 5, Jessi 6. Ft 20/22.

Hungary: Orbay 17, Gabányi 10, Kovács 2, Pálffy 7, Prieszol 3, Banna 10, Lendvay 6, Gyurasits, Gellér 3, Hody 2, Banhegyi dnp. Ft 12/18.

Greece – Israel      95-62 (52-28)

Fouled out: Turenshine

Greece: Spanos 2, Barlas 2, Trontzos 12, Kolokythas 32, Zoupas 4, Goumas 24, Diamantopoulos, Sismanidis, Christoforou 13, Katsafados 4, Peppas 2.

Israel: Teichner 3, Eshed 9, Leshinsky 11, Dori 6, Baram 2, Neumark, Starkman 2, Dekel 9, Kaminsky 9, Marzel 4, Turenshine 7.

Yugoslavia – Poland            76-74 (39-34)

Fouled out: Jurkiewicz, Likszo, Kozak

Yugoslavia: Tvrdić 2, Simonović, Rajković 4, Cvetković 10, Kapičić, Daneu 7, Ćosić 24, Šolman 6, Plećaš 2, Čermak 15, Jelovac 6. Ft 18/24.

Poland: Trams 14, Cegielski, Jurkiewicz 23, Likszo 13, Kozak 3, Kwiatkowski 9, Korcz 12. Ft 8/12.

Romania – Sweden              95-84 (44-29)

Fouled out: Edström, Rannelid

Romania: Rühring 4, Nosievici 15, Dragomirescu 8, Iecheli 30, Albu 2, Czmor 8, Diaconescu 2, Novac 12, Tărău 14, Cernea.

Sweden: Gunnĺ 10, Lundmark 4, Grönlund 11, Lindelöf, Edström 4, Fügedi 2, Hjorth 2, Lefwerth 14, Rannelid 13, Albertsson 11, Hansson 13.

Czechoslovakia - U.S.S.R.   69-83 (33-41)

Fouled out: Zídek, Růžička, Vol’nov, Andreev

Czechoslovakia: Novický 3, Zídek 18, Konopásek 6, Bobrovský 8, Konvička 14, Baroch 2, Mifka 7, Zedníček 7, Pištělák 2, Ammer, Růžička 2, Blazek dnp. Ft 17/26.

U.S.S.R.: Zastukhov 6, Paulauskas 18, Sakandelidze 6, Kul’kov 4, Polivoda 13, S. Belov 12, Tomson 5, Kovalenko 1, Vol’nov 10, A. Belov 2, Andreev 6, Boloshev dnp. Ft 23/28.

Bulgaria – Spain   75-78 (45-43)

Fouled out: Chanev 19’, Brănzov 24’, Alocén 26’, Luyk 39’, Alfonso Martínez 39’

Bulgaria: Khristov 10, Dimov 8, Chanev 12, Brănzov 16, Dimitrov 16; Dojchinov 6, Pejchev 3, Gălăbov 2, Rusinov, Bărzakov 2.

Spain: Ramos 11, Buscató 16, Emiliano 6, Luyk 20, Margall 8; Codina 4, Sagi-Vela 2, Alocén 7, Alfonso Martínez 4.

5-10-1969

Israel – Sweden    92-83 (43-38)

Fouled out: Baram, Turenshine

Israel: Eshed 12, Leshinsky 18, Baram 4, Neumark 7, Starkman 14, Kaminsky 16, Turenshine 21. Ft 18/24.

Sweden: Lundmark 6, Grönlund 9, Lindelöf 19, Edström, Lefwerth 9, Rannelid 6, Albertsson 2, Hansson 32. Ft 19/22.

Greece – Romania                81-87 (33-54)

Fouled out: Barlas, Zoupas, Sismanidis, Peppas

Greece: Spanos 4, Barlas 8, Trontzos 13, Kolokythas 23, Zoupas 4, Goumas 3, Diamantopoulos 4, Sismanidis 2, Christoforou 17, Katsafados 3, Peppas.

Romania: Nosievici 12, Dragomirescu 2, Iecheli 18, Diaconescu 19, Novac 22, Tărău 14.

Bulgaria – Hungary             92-48 (38-26)

Fouled out: Chanev, Orbay, Gabányi, Bánhegyi

Bulgaria: Dojchinov 3, Pejchev 2, Gălăbov 4, Rusinov 4, Bărzakov 2, Dimov 4, Chanev 8, Kostov 3, Brănzov 18, Dimitrov 17, Khristov 27.

Hungary: Orbay 8, Gabányi 2, Kovács 1, Pálffy, Bánhegyi 2, Prieszol 8, Banna 16, Lendvay 2, Gellér, Hody 5, Hegedűs 4.

Spain – Italy         71-66 (36-33)

Fouled out: Zanatta 12’, Margall 32’, Cristóbal 38’

Spain: Codina 11, Buscató 14, Emiliano 13, Luyk 12, Alocén 2; Cristóbal 1, Margall 12, Sagi-Vela 4, Alfonso Martínez 2. Ft 13/20.

Italy: Cosmelli 14, Recalcati 8, Zanatta 2, Meneghin 7, Masini 16; Bariviera 4, Ossola, Bovone 2, Bergonzoni 8, Brumatti 4, Bisson, Jessi 1. Ft 12/20.

Poland – Czechoslovakia     75-77 (37-37)

Fouled out: Cegielski, Likszo, Kozak, Kwiatkowski, Růžička

Poland: Trams 7, Cegielski, Jurkiewicz 22, Niemiec 2, Likszo 8, Kozak 12, Kwiatkowski 8, Guła 2, Korcz 14.Ft 7/10.

Czechoslovakia: Novický, Zídek 17, Konopásek 6, Bobrovský 5, Baroch 12, Mifka 9, Zedníček 14, Ammer 4, Růžička 10. Ft 16/20.

Yugoslavia - U.S.S.R.          72-81 (33-41)

Attendance: 7.000

Fouled out: Kul’kov 28’, Vol’nov 38’, Čermak 39’

Yugoslavia: Daneu 12, Čermak 6, Kapičić 8, Rajković 19, Ćosić 8; Tvrdić 2, Simonović 4, Šolman 5, Plećaš 2, Jelovac 6, Marojevic dnp. Ft 16/22.

U.S.S.R.: S. Belov 13, Zastukhov 6, Paulauskas 20, Vol’nov 13, Andreev 20; Sakandelidze, Kul’kov 2, Polivoda, Tomson 4, A. Belov 3, Boloshev dnp, Kovalenko dnp. Ft 17/20.