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2009 Girls' Youth World Championship  |  Nakhonratchasima, Thailand
3 - 12 July 2009
 EGY / Egypt - Team Composition

Team manager Abdel Dayem Ahmed
Head coach Badrawy Hesham
Assistant coach Hussein Tahani
Doctor Ahmed Mamdouh
Therapist / trainer Abdel Aziz Rania
Journalist Saleh Marwan
  No. Name Lastname Shirt Name Birthdate Height Weight Spike Block Club
  1 Hadil Meawad Hadil 16/10/1992 176 81 269 264 El Shams
  3   Shorouk Amer Shorouk 9/04/1994 175 75 266 254 El Shams
  4 Aya Abdellah Aya 21/05/1992 177 63 266 261 Delfi
  C 7   Walaa Amer Walaa 12/08/1993 183 76 278 272 Ahly
  L 8 Nehal Ahmed Nehal 25/01/1993 169 52 275 262 El Shams
  9   Shorouk Mahmoud Shorouk 20/01/1992 174 74 255 250 AL AHLY SC
  11 Farah Shafei Farah 30/11/1992 156 50 258 253 Heliopolis
  12   Yasmin Hussein Yasmin 2/12/1992 175 65 271 267 Delfi
  13 Menna Atalla Fahmy Mennaatalla 14/09/1993 178 72 275 270 El Zohour
  14   Farida El Askalany Farida 14/02/1995 184 71 295 280 Al Ahly SC
  16 Farah Ahmed Farah 12/07/1993 166 54 271 266 E Shams
  17   Randa Radwan Randa 15/05/1993 174 63 269 260 Delfi
 C=Captain  L=Libero
Team profile

The Egyptian Girls' Youth Team place second at the ninth Girls' Youth African Nations Championship held in Tunis, Algeria, in December 2008.

Egypt's Hussein Yasmin took home the award for Best Spiker, while El Mohands Salma was named Best Blocker at the tournament. 

Coach profile

Hesham Badrawy is the most famous coach of female teams in Egypt and under his supervision Egyptian women's national teams have claimed some of their most important victories.

Badrawy started his coaching career when he was only 22 years old, after retiring early as a player. He first took the helm of the Al-Ahly youth boys team in 1965, and then coached the Egyptian B team.

He started his women's coaching career in 1976, leading the national team to their first ever title the same year at the African Nations Championship in the Egyptian city of Port Said. He continued in his role as coach of the women's national team until 1995, but after a one-year layoff, returned to the team to continue his work and gain even more titles.

Badrawy has coached four Egyptian teams at major international competitions, including the World Women's Championship in China in 1990 and again in Germany in 2002, the Men's Universidad in Bulgaria and the World Companies Championship in South Africa.

He led the Egyptian women's team to three African Nations Championship titles in 1976, 1989 and 2003. He also won the gold medal at the All Africa Games in 1987 and three gold medals at the All Arab Games.

As an illustration of his remarkable expertise, Badrawy helped the Egyptian Girls' Youth Team qualify for the 2009 FIVB Girls Youth Volleyball World Championship in Thailand this year.


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