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EURO 2014 qualification matches -Round 3

EURO 2014 qualification matches -Round 3
photo: Björn Kenneth Muggerud

photo: Björn Kenneth Muggerud

Qualifications  for EURO 2014 in Hungary-Croatia continued this week with  the following matches from Round 3:

Group 1:

Lithuania –  Austria 28 – 31 (13 – 13)

Topscorers: Laima Bernataviciute (LIT) 8 goals and Beate Scheffknecht (AUT) 12 goals

Austria – Lithuania 32 – 22 (19 – 11)

Topscorers: Beate Scheffknecht (AUT) 9 goals and Laima Bernataviciute (LIT) 11 goals

Denmark –  Ukraine 28 – 26 (17 – 11)

Topscorers: Line Jörgensen (DEN) 6 goals and Iryna Glibko-Yulia Managarova (UKR) 5 goals each

Ukraine- Denmark will be played in June 2014 due to political issues in Ukraine.

Group 2:

Finland –  Slovakia 25 – 27 (14 – 12)

Topscorers: Alexandra Roos (FIN) 7 goals and Katarina Dubajova (SVK) 7 goals

Slovakia –  Finland 38 – 17 (17 – 7)

Topscorers: Petra Benuskova (SVK) 7 goals and Genberg/Von Numers (FIN) 4-4 goals

Iceland –  France 21 – 27 (11 – 15)

Topscorers: Karen Knuttsdottír (ICE) 8 goals and Siraba Dembele-Paule Baudouin (FRA) 5 goals each

France –  Iceland 24 – 19 (10 – 13)

Topscorers: Gnonsiane Niombla (FRA) 8 goals and Karen Knuttsdottír (ICE) 8 goals

Group 3:

Czech Republic –  Montenegro  23 – 24 (10 – 11)

Topscorers: Iveta Luzumová (CZE) 7 goals and Jovanka Radicevic (MNE) 6 goals

Montengro – Czech -Republic 25 – 22 (12 – 11)

Topscorers: Katarina Bulatovic (MNE) 6 goals and Iveta Luzumova (CZE) 9 goals

Portugal –  Poland  14 – 24 (7 – 11)

Topscorers: Maria Silva Pereira (POR) 6 goals and Karolina Kudlacz (POL) 7 goals

Poland –  Portugal 29 – 21 (14 – 8)

Topscorers: Kinga Byzdra (POL) 4 goals and Mariana F.Lopez (POR) 7 goals

Group 4:

photo: Hypo NÖ

photo: Hypo NÖ

Netherland –  Spain 27 – 22 (17 – 12)

 Topscorers: Lois Abbingh (NED) 7 goals and Alexandrina Barbosa (ESP) 8 goals

Spain –  Netherland 29 – 22 (16 – 14)

 Topscorers: Alexandrina Barbosa (ESP) 8 goals and Angela Malestein (NED) 5 goals

Italy –  Turkey 21 – 22 (11 – 13)

 Topscorers: Cristina Gheorghe (ITA) 9 goals and Yeliz Özel-Yasemin Sahin (TUR) 4 goals each

Turkey –  Italy 23 – 21 (10 -9)

 Topscorers:  Yeliz Özel (TUR) 8 goals and Anika Niederwieser (ITA) 6 goals

 

Group 5:

Serbia –  Sweden 25 – 25 (14 – 14) 

Topscorers: Sanja Damnjanovic (SRB) 11 goals and Linnea Torstenson (SWE) 7 goals

Sweden –  Serbia 18 – 18 ()

Topscorers:

Switzerland –  Slovenia 22 – 24 (13 – 14)

Topscorers: Karin Weigelt (SUI) 9 goals and Ana Gros- Alja Koren (SLO) 5 goals each

Slovenia –  Switzerland 30 – 29 (15 – 16)

Topscorers: Ana Gros (SLO) 6 goals and Karin Weigelt (SUI) 8 goals

photo: Björn Kenneth Muggerud

photo: Björn Kenneth Muggerud

Group 6:

Norway –  Belarus 33 – 29 (16 – 13)

Topscorers: Camilla Herrem (NOR) 9 goals and  Hanna Stsiapanava (BLR) 6 goals

Belarus –  Norway 24 – 32 (12 – 16)

Topscorers: Katsiaryna Lisok (BLR) 4 goals and Heidi Löke (NOR) 6 goals

Romania-no matches in  this round.

 

Group 7:

Russia –  FYR Macedonia 36 – 23 (18 – 12)

Topscorers: Ekaterina Ilina (RUS) 7 goals and Elena Gjeorgjevska – Zorica Despodovska (MKD) 6 goals each

FYR Macedonia –  Russia 24 – 31 (9 – 18)

Topscorers: Elena Gjeorgjevska (MKD) 7 goals and Olga Chernoivanenko (RUS) 6 goals

Germany –  no matches in this round.

 

 

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