On the third and last day of the qualification round of the FIBA Europe U16 European Championship Women Division B Latvia ended in Group E the perfect record of Hungary (67-49). But it did not change anything as Hungary remained in first place and Latvia were eliminated.
Portugal ended the slim hopes of Denmark qualifying with a comfortable victory (51-26). Slovenia lost in the first match of the day to Bulgaria (62-70) but still qualified in fourth place.
In Group F the Slovak Republic required overtime to beat Germany (91-84) while England, also already qualified, had it easy beating Ireland (67-31).
However Romania pulled out the win of the day to take the last ticket for the quarter finals at the expense of Israel.
In the games for 13th to 16th place, Ukraine beat the hosts Macedonia (70-49) while Switzerland edged out Luxembourg (52-49).
The quarter-final pairings are:
Portugal - Germany England - Bulgaria Hungary - Romania Slovak Republic - Slovenia
All the results from the third day of the qualification round
Slovenia 62-70 Bulgaria For Bulgaria Anita Kastelic top scored with 16 points while Iva Kostova had 24 points, 5 assists and 7 steals for Bulgaria.
Portugal 51-26 Denmark For Portugal Ines Viana poured in 18 points with her 6 assists and 3 steals while for Denmark Sofie Preetzman and Julie Hoeier top scored with 6 points each.
Latvia 67-49 Hungary Kate Aizsila contributed 16 points for her team's victory while two Hungarian players top scored with 12 points: Fanni Szabó andAmadea Szamosi.
Israel 69-71 Romania Iulia Raileanu scored a game high of 30 points for Romania to gain the last quarter-final spot while Michal Assaf scored 19 points in her side's defeat.
England 67-31 Ireland Top scorer for England was Shequila Joseph with 17 points while Ireland's Cliona Máirtín top scored with 8 points.
Germany 84-91 Slovak Republic For Germany Marie Gülich had 19 points in defeat to go with her 9 rebounds, 1 assist, 3 steals and 2 blocks while with 32 and 30 points respectively Barbora Bálintová and Angelika Slamová scored two third of the Slovak Republic's points.