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Hungarian squad for Provident-Cup

Hungarian squad for Provident-Cup
Photo: Márta Kállai

Photo: Márta Kállai

Interimar head-coach János Hajdú and assistent coach Beáta Siti has announced the squad which will partcopate at the preparation tournament in Szombathely, where Hungary will meet the national teams of Croatia, Brazil and Norway-B.

The squad:

Goalkeepers: Herr Orsolya (Győri Audi ETO), Kiss Éva (Fehérvár KC)

Right wings: Bognár-Bódi Bernadett (Győri Audi ETO), Kovacsicz Mónika (FTC Rail Cargo Hungaria), Orbán Adrienn (Győri Audi ETO)

Rightbacks: Planéta Szimonetta (Veszprém Barabás Duna Takarék), Rédei-Soós Viktória (Győri Audi ETO)

Playmakers: Görbicz Anita (Győri Audi ETO), Kovacsics Anikó (Győri Audi ETO), Szucsánszki Zita (FTC Rail Cargo Hungaria)

Linepayers: Cifra Anita (FTC Rail Cargo Hungaria), Mayer Szabina (Fehérvár KC), Szamoránsky Piroska (FTC Rail Cargo Hungaria)

Leftbacks: Bulath Anita (Dunaújvárosi Kohász), Szekeres Klára (ÉTV Érd), Tomori Zsuzsanna (FTC Rail Cargo Hungaria), Triscsuk Krisztina (ÉTV Érd), Zácsik Szandra (FTC Rail Cargo Hungaria)

Left wings: Vérten Orsolya (FTC Rail Cargo Hungaria), Vincze Melinda (Dunaújvárosi Kohász)

 

The squad of 20 players is based on the team which obtained the bronze medals at ECh in Serbia last year, new names are the lineplayer Szabina Mayer, rightwinger Adrienn Orbán and young rightback Szimonetta Planéta.

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