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Larvik got the first points against Randers HK

Larvik got the first points against Randers HK
Cecilie Leganger

Cecilie Leganger – foto: Bjørn Kenneth Muggerud

In the first match of the Main Round in CL, Norwegian Larvik HK met on home-court Danes from Randers HK.

Randers HK arrived to Larvik with two injured players: Macarena Aguilar and Berit Kristensen, both playmakers of Danes beeing out the game.

Larvik has only Olga Medvedeva and Nora Mörk injured, otherwise all players was starting today.

Photo: Björn Kenneth Muggerud

First half ot the match has brought a though Larvik defense and uncountable mistakes from Randers side, which led to 6-1 leading for the hosts. Leganger  has also showed a great performance in the goal, but Chana Masson managed to keep her team close to Norwegians. Result: 8-2, 9-3, 10-5, 12-8, 12-9.

In the second part of the match Randers managed to reduce the gap, 13-11, but it was only temporary. Larvik took over the control of the game, with an outstanding Leganger and Riegelhuth-Koren as topscorer, winnig the match by 25-19.

Result: Lavik HK- Randers HK 25-19 (12-9)

Topscorers: Linn-Kristin Riegelhuth-Koren (Larvik HK) 7 goals and Camilla Dalby (Randers HK) 5 goals

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