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Suffering FTC kept the points home

Suffering FTC kept the points home

Hungarian FTC Rail-Cargo Hungaria was playing its second home-match this weekend in Dabas, guests were Swedishs from IK Savehof.

Hungarians has played a tie in the home league this week in Dunaújváros, and after that match the coach and plyaers weren’t very happy.

“It was a match that showed us the importance of the concentration in every game, we have to play better and more disciplined, we have something to learn of that. We must not make the same mistakes in the future.”-Tomori Zsuzsa said.

Fist part of the match was a balanced one, where Savehof  made a difficult time for last weeks winners against Larvik. The Swedish team had an impressive speed in offence and Filippa Idéhn showed a good performance in the goal. 22 year’s old Jamina Roberts was unstopable, scoring four times. Hosts had only Tomori, who was active both in defence and attack, keeping her team in the game. Half time: 15-16.

The first  twenty minutes in the scond half were a certified copy of the first half, when enthusiastic Savehof made Ferencváros to mobilise all their energies to achieve the victory in this match. Team captain, Zita Szucsánszki has assumed the responsibility for scoring and this had been given more confidence to her team in the last five minutes of the game, when the result had been decided. After 27-27, FTC took the lead and  managed to defeat a very ambitious Savehof by 31-28 at the end.

Topscorers: Zita Szucsánszki (FTC) 9 goals and Jamina Roberts (Savehof) 9 goals.

Result: FTC Rail-Cargo Hungaria- IK Savehof 31-28( 15-16)

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