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Győr: leading the group

Győr: leading the group

Photo: Tamás Csonka

Main Round, Group I

Randers HK- Győri Audi ETO KC 18-25 (9-14)

Last match of second Main Round round was played tonight between Randers HK and Győri Audi ETO KC.

Danes had no points, losing the first match against Larvik in Norway, Győr collected two points against Buducnost with a victory on home court. Randers HK had their playmakes back on court, both Aguilar and Kristensen was able to play.

Photo: Róbert Lendvai

Győr opened the match with an 1-5 after 12 minutes ofplay, but Randers reduced the gap, came closer,7-8 after ten minutes. But Katrine Lunde was outstanding in the goal, Heidi Løke unstoppable on the line and Győr showed again rock solid defense.  Gitte Andersen and Siraba Dembele had a good game in this half, Chana Masson  saved maney balls, but half time result was 9-14.

The second half wasn’t very different from the first, Hungarians  defense worked perfectly, they were struggeling in attack sometimes having a lot of turnovers and technical fouls, but all in all, Randers were not enough strong tonight to stop them. Ambros Martín could be satisfied with the defense, but has more work to do on offensive play. Randers with this defeat, had minimalized their chances to advance to semifinals. Final result: 18-25.

Topscorers: Gitte Andersen (Randers HK) 4 goals and Anita Görbicz-Heidi Løke (Győri Audi ETO KC) 6 goals each

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