Defending champions Angola advanced to semi-finals of the African Women’s Handball Championship in Yaoundé.
The Angolan team secured two wins in the group stage of the competition and continued their run with a comfortable quarter-final win at the Yaoundé Multipurpose Sports Complex.
Angola earned a 15-10 half-time lead against the Democratic Republic of Congo, which they extended in the second half to secure a 29-20 win.
Tunisia will take on Angola in the semi-finals, after they recorded a 27-20 win over Guinea in their last eight match.
The closest quarter-final tie saw Congo hold off Senegal to triumph 21-20.
Their reward will be a meeting with hosts Cameroon, who eased to a 44-14 win over Nigeria.
Competition is due to continue tomorrow with the semi-finals and classification games.
The final and third placed playoff are scheduled to take place on Friday (June 18).