Blanco and Hammerseng-Edin replaced by Sundmoen and Wibe

Blanco and Hammerseng-Edin replaced by Sundmoen and Wibe
Photo: Björn Kenneth Muggerud

Photo: Björn Kenneth Muggerud

Norway’s national team will play two important qualification matches, regarding the 2014 Euro organised in Hungary and Croatia. The matches will be played against Romania and  are scheduled at 23th October in Oradea, Romania and 27th October, in Bergen, Sotra Arena.

Two players from Larvik HK, lineplayer Isabel Blanco , who was supposed to replace an injured Marit Malm Frafjord is also injured, and won’t be able to play against Romania.

Anja Edin-Hammerseng will also be missed at this matches due to an older injury.

They were replaced by two players from the squad of Norway B preparing for a tournament in Hungary. Playmaker Kamilla Sundmoen from Storhamar and lineplayer Pernille Wibe from Issy Paris are in the squad now for the matches against Romania.

The Norwegian squad:

Goalkeepers: Katrine Lunde (Győri Audi ETO KC), Silje Solberg (Stabæk)

Playmakers: Stine Bredal Oftedal (Issy Paris), Kamilla Sundmoen (Storhamar), Karoline Dyhre Breivang (Larvik HK)

Leftbacks: Ida Alstad (TTH), Veronica Kristiansen (Glasseverket), Mari Molid (Levanger HK)

Rightbacks: Linn Jørum Sulland (Larvik HK), Nora Mørk (Larvik HK)

Lineplayers: Heidi Løke (Győri Audi ETO KC), Pernille Wibe (Issy Paris)

Left wings: Sanna Solberg (Stabæk), Linn Gosse (Tertnes Bergen)

Right wings: Linn-Kristin Riegehuth Koren (Larvik HK), Maja Jakobsen (Sorhamar)

Head-coach: Thorir Heirgersson

Assistent coach: Mia Hermansson Högdahl


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