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GF Forsikring Golden League: Danish squad

GF Forsikring Golden League: Danish squad

Jan Pytlick announced his new national team for the four  nations tournament in Aarhus, including a lot of young, talented Danish handball players.

 

Goalkeepers:
Cecilie Greve, HC Odense
Rikke Poulsen, KIF Vejen
Marianne Lundsby, Team Tvis Holstebro

Wingers:
Mie Augustesen, Thüringer HC
Ann Grete Nørgaard, Team Tvis Holstebro
Louise Lyksborg, Viborg HK
Gitte Andersen, Randers HK
Trine Østergaard Jensen, FCM Håndbold
Fie Woller, FCM Håndbold

Line players:
Susan Thorsgaard, FCM Håndbold
Mette Gravholt, Team Tvis Holstebro
Marianne Bonde, FIF

Backplayers:
Pernille Holst Larsen, Viborg HK
Louise Burgaard, Team Tvis Holstebro
Stine Jørgensen, Aalborg DH
Lotte Grigel, Team Esbjerg
Sofie Strangholt Johansen, Randers HK
Sofie Bloch Sørensen, FIF
Julie Aagaard, SK Aarhus
Berit Kristensen, Randers HK
Ann Sofie Hjort, Ringkøbing Håndbold
Kristina Kristiansen, Team Tvis Holstebro

For the coming European Championship in Serbia, the team will be completed with other players as well. Pytlick will choose of the next list, which was also announced yesterday at DHF’s site:

Keepers:

Sandra Toft, Team Tvis Holstebro
Søs Søby, Viborg HK
Christina Pedersen, FIF

Wingers:

Maibritt Kviesgaard, FCM Håndbold
Maria Fisker, Viborg HK
Rikke Ebbesen, Aalborg DH
Louise Kristensen, SønderjyskE

Lineplayers:

Kathrine Heindahl, Team Tvis Holstebro
Sabine Pedersen, Viborg HK

Backplayers:

Line Jørgensen, FCM Håndbold
Camilla Dalby, Randers HK
Lærke Møller, FCM Håndbold
Christina Krogshede, FIF
Trine Troelsen, FCM Håndbold
Nicoline Nielsen, Team Esbjerg

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