First ever edition First Round [Aug 3-5, 2001; Aug 17-19, 2001] Malawi w/o Zambia [Malawi withdrew] Botswana w/o Zimbabwe [Botswana withdrew] Equat. Guinea 0-1 0-2 Central Africa Gambia w/o Morocco [Gambia withdrew] Sao Tome/Pr. 0-6 1-4 Mali South Africa bye Niger bye Nigeria bye Quarterfinals [Oct 26-28, 2001; Nov 9-11, 2001] Zambia 0-1 2-3 South Africa Central Africa w/o Zimbabwe [Zimbabwe withdrew] Niger w/o Morocco [Niger withdrew] Mali 0-6 0-4 Nigeria Semifinals [Jan 25-27, 2002; Mar 22-24, 2002] Nigeria w/o Morocco [Morocco withdrew] Central Afr. 0-2 w/o South Africa [South Africa originally disqualified due to refusal of visas to Central Africa for 2nd leg at Feb 10, but on appeal the disqualification was revoked and the 2nd leg resecheduled for Mar 22-24; Central Africa then withdrew] Final [Mar 29-31, 2002; Apr 19, 2002] Nigeria 6-0 3-2 South Africa Nigeria qualified for the Women U-19 World Cup.
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