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Larvik crushed the Swedish Champion

Larvik crushed the Swedish Champion

Photo: Bjørn Kenneth Muggerud

 

Start without any surprises from Larvik ‘s side. Good defence, strong goalkeeper prestation of Lene Rantala, 7-2 after 10 minutes of play. After eight more minutes played , the Swedishs managed to keep this result, 14-9. Fast counter attacks followed by Larvik and the first half ended at 21-13 for hosts. Topscorers fro Larvik were Sulland an Riegelhuth-Koren, from IK Savehof has Oden scored the most goals.

The second half has continued as the first ended, Norwegians has increased the gap from eight goals to ten, meanwhile in the goal Cecilie Leganger has showed some savings. 33-23 was the result in the 47.min of the match. The Swedish team tried to reduce the gap but their efforts was not enough to fight against a strong Larvik team.

Final result: 39-31.

Larvik HK- IK Savehof 39-31 (21-13)

Larvik HK: Edin 5, Breistöl S. 2, Blanco 5,, Kristiansen 2, Breivang 1, Hammerseng 5, Riegelhuth Koren 6, Sulland 10(6), t. Mörk 2, Bille Hansen 1

IK Savehof: Blohm 4, Sand 4, Fogelström 3, Oden 8, Roberts 4, Wikenstein 2, Karlsson 1, Alm 5

7 meter penalties: 6/6 and 4/3

Suspension: LHK- 4 minutes, IK Savehof-2 minutes

 

Best player of the match:

Lene Rantala (Larvik HK)

Hanna Fogelström (IK Savehof)

 

 

 

 

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