Algerian referee Mehdi Abid-Charef will officiate the final of the CAF Under-20 Championship between Ghana and Egypt in Oran on Saturday.The 32-year-old works as a state engineer in Algiers, and has been a FIFA referee since 2011.This will be his second match in this competition after handling the Gabon vs DR Congo Group B match which ended 0-0.He will be assisted by Senegalese El Hadji Malick Samba and Anouar Hmila from Tunisia.Rwandan Hudu Munyemana has been appointed the fourth official.Ghana and Egypt are meeting in a rematch of their Group A opener which ended 2-1 in favour of the Young Pharaohs.
As part of the program of celebrating the Day of the City of Sarajevo this weekend, the European Judo Cup-Top ranking „Sarajevo open 2014 “ will be held in KSC Ilidža. Around 300 senior women and men judoists from 23 countries are expected.The ninth in a row European Judo Cup for women and men seniors is the official cup of the European Judo Union, which counts for the European ranking list.The official opening will start today at 16:00, and the finals at 16:30. On Sunday, the second day of the competition starts at 16:00.The hosts of the cup are the Judo Association of B&H and FB&H, and the technical organizers are the Judo Club „Nippon“.(Source : Fena)