By Uche Dozie
Sport Writer, kick442.com Nigeria
Fans of the African Women Handball Championship taking place at the Yaoundé Sporting Complex in Cameroon witnessed the most cagey contest of the tournament when Tunisia played against Guinea on Wednesday.
The two who finished 6th and 7th in 2018 were on each others neck to take the tie. However, only one team emerged triumphant after the regulation time and it was Tunisia winning by a-3-point margin difference.
A cagey first half saw the North African team win 15-12 despite a good display by the Guineans.
Tunisia kept the momentum even when the lead was reduced to two in the 55 minutes. A scoreline of 28-26.
The 3-margin lead was restored eventually as the 2014 Champions went on to win by 30-26 points.
Tunisia throw off against Madagascar in their next game while Guinea have their hands full against 2018 runners up Senegal.
At the end of the day, Senegal top group A with 2 points (+26) followed by Tunisia with 2 points, but with (+3) goal difference. Guinea come third with 0 points and (-3) goal difference while Madagascar are fourth with 0 points and goal difference of (-26).
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