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Norwegian squad to the Provident-Cup in Hungary

Norwegian squad to the Provident-Cup in Hungary
Photo: Björn Kenneth Muggerud

Photo: Björn Kenneth Muggerud

The Hungarian Handball Federation will organize a preparation tournament, in the period of 25-27 October, at Szombathely, Hungary.

 

At the tournament will participate BrazilCroatia, Hungary and Norway-B.

 

Hungary, Croatia ( both hosts of the next European Championships in 2014) and Brazil don’t have to play qualification matches in this period, so they will compete against each other. A strong team of Norway-B will also be present at the tournament.

 

Norwegian Handball Federation has announced the squad for this tournament:

 

To mention that Kamilla Sundmoen and Pernille Wibe will play in Norway’s A squad in the ECh qualification matches against Romania.

Goalkeepers: Stine Lidén (Storhamar), Alma Hasanic (Larvik HK)

Playmakers:  Marie Henriksen (Byåsen)

Leftbacks: Bettina Riegelhuth (Storhamar), Tonje Løseth (Tertnes Bergen), Karoline Næss (Stabæk)

Rightbacks: Tonje Nøstvold (Byåsen), Ida Bjørndalen Karlsson (KIF Vejen)

Left wings: Thea Mørk (Larvik HK), Camilla Herrem (Byåsen)

Right wings: Stine Skogrand (Tertnes Bergen), Jenny Osnes Græsholt (Nordstrand)

Lineplayers: Hanna Yttereng (Levanger HK), Lise Løke (Larvik HK)

Coaches: Henriette Løge, Kenneth Gabrielsen

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