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Preparation tournaments in Europe

Preparation tournaments in Europe
Björn Kenneth Muggerud

Björn Kenneth Muggerud

Denmark, Kvik/AL-Bank Kup

Participants: Denmark, Denmark B, Spain, Czech Republic

Results:

First day:

Denmark – Denmark B 33-25 (18-10)

Czech Republic- Spain 29-31 (16-18)

Topscorers: Ivetta Luzumova (Czech Republic) 6 goals and Alexandrina Barbosa (Spain) 8 goals

Second day:

Denmark B – Spain 20-29 (9 – 11)

Topscorers : Macarena Aguilar (Spain) 6 goals

Denmark –  Czech Republic 34 – 21 (17 – 9)

Topscorers: Ann Grethe Nörgraard (Denmark) 7 goals and (Czech Republic) goals

 

Serbia, preparation tournament

Participants: Serbia, Angola, Croatia, Macedonia

Results:

First day:

Serbia- Angola 34-21 (17-10)

Macedonia- Croatia 20-30 ()

Second day:

Macedonia-Angola 24 – 31 (11 – 13)

Serbia – Croatia 29 – 30 (11 – 18)

Third day:

Serbia -Macedonia 37 – 17

Croatia – Angola

 

Photo: Björn Kenneth Muggerud

Photo: Björn Kenneth Muggerud

France has played a preparation match against Tunisia:

Result:

France- Tunisia 32-18 (15-7)

Topscorers: Paule Baudouin (France) 5 goals and Mouna Chebbah (Tunisia) 6 goals

International tournament in France, Paris:

Participants: Japan, Tunisia, Romania, France

Japan – Romania 18 – 23 (8 – 10)

France – Tunisia 23 – 18 (12 – 9)

 

Photo: Björn Kenneth Muggerud

Photo: Björn Kenneth Muggerud

In Poland, Brazil has played against hosts a preparation match

Result:
Poland- Brazil 29-25 (13-17)
Topscorers: Ana Paula Rodriguez (Brazil) 7  goals and Alina Wojtas (Poland 6 (goals)
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