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Larvik and Byåsen forming the squad for next seasons

Larvik and Byåsen forming the squad for next seasons

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Larvik HK is working to extend the contracts to their important players and to transfer players for the positions which are not totally covered for next season.

After announcing that Karoline Dyhre Breivang has  signed a new 3 years contract, Larvik HK has extended the contracts with two other important players, who are “not to be missed” bricks of the recent team.

Right winger, Linn Kristin Riegelhuth-Koren and  left winger, Thea Mørk has signed a three years agreement with Norwegian champion.

A new 20 years old left winger will arrive at the beginning of the next season as well. She is Jeanette Kristiansen, playing for Glasseverket Drammen, as left back, but she can be used on left wing position as well. Jeanette Kristiansen is the younger sister of Veronica Kristiansen, who will  already make her debut for the Norwegian national team in France tihs month, at Golden League tournament.

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Norwegian goakeeper, Ingrid Ødegård will return to her home-country, after more years spent in Denmark. After she played for FCM, now is Odense HC’s goalkeeper.

The member of the larger Norwegian squad, Ødegård has decided to sign a two years agreement with Byåsen Elite from Trondheim (actually her birth-town), where Therese Pedersen and Guro Rundbråten are covering the keeper position right now.

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Levanger HK has also announced that Mari Molid, Hanna Yttereng and Hungarian Gabriella Juhasz will continue to play for the club, but Icelander Ramuna Pekarskytte will leave the club, her new team is not known yet, but she will play on a higher level.

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