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The 2011 FIBA Africa Women's Clubs Champions Cup (17th edition) was an international basketball tournament that took place at the Indoor Sports Hall of the National Stadium in Surulele, Lagos, Nigeria, from December 5 to 11, 2011. The tournament, organized by FIBA Africa, and hosted by , was contested by 5 clubs in a round robin system followed by a third-place match played by the 3rd and 4th placed teams from the preliminary round and a final played by the two top teams from the same round.

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  • The 2011 FIBA Africa Women's Clubs Champions Cup (17th edition) was an international basketball tournament that took place at the Indoor Sports Hall of the National Stadium in Surulele, Lagos, Nigeria, from December 5 to 11, 2011. The tournament, organized by FIBA Africa, and hosted by , was contested by 5 clubs in a round robin system followed by a third-place match played by the 3rd and 4th placed teams from the preliminary round and a final played by the two top teams from the same round.
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  • The 2011 FIBA Africa Women's Clubs Champions Cup (17th edition) was an international basketball tournament that took place at the Indoor Sports Hall of the National Stadium in Surulele, Lagos, Nigeria, from December 5 to 11, 2011. The tournament, organized by FIBA Africa, and hosted by , was contested by 5 clubs in a round robin system followed by a third-place match played by the 3rd and 4th placed teams from the preliminary round and a final played by the two top teams from the same round. The tournament was won by Interclube from Angola, thus retaining its title. It was Interclube's 2nd title and Angola's 3rd.
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