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The third edition of FIBA Europe's second-tier competition for women's basketball clubs, running between 6 November 1973 and 10 April 1974. Wikipedia

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  • The fourth edition of FIBA's second-tier competition for European women's basketball clubs, previously named FIBA Women's European Cup Winners' Cup. Renamed in memory of Italian player Liliana Ronchetti, who had died in February 1974 of cancer at the age of 26. Wikipedia

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  • The inaugural edition of the competition, a refoundation of the FIBA Women's European Champions Cup, FIBA Europe's premier competition for women's basketball clubs. Turned from a European Cup for all national champion clubs to a 16-team semi-closed championship, with champions from lower-seeded national leagues playing instead the second tier Ronchetti Cup; in addition to thirteen national champions the French, German and Italian runners-up were also granted a spot. Wikipedia

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