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Wheelchair basketball: Great Britain’s men qualify for Euro final but women lose in semis

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    Great Britain’s men will meet Turkey in the final, the only team they have lost to in the competition

    Great Britain’s men’s wheelchair basketball team have reached the final of the European Championships, but the women’s team lost in the semi-finals.

    The men produced a dominant display, beating Netherlands 72-55 with Terence Bywater, 38, top scoring for Britain with 18 points.

    However, the women’s team suffered a 59-42 loss, also against a Dutch side.

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    The men will face Turkey in the final on Thursday, a team they lost to in the group stages,

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