Friendly matches in Romania and Croatia

Friendly matches in Romania and Croatia

In Baia Mare, Romania the hosts and Germany has played two preparation matches this weekend, both teames staying over from official qualification matches in this round, since their groups has only three teams.

photo: Björn Kenneth Muggerud

photo: Björn Kenneth Muggerud

Clara Woltering is missing from Germany, Cristina Neagu from the Romanian team, both are players of Buducnost, team which prepares for the FF of CL.

First match:

Romania – Germany 33 -32 (17 – 16) Topscorers: ROM- Adriana Nechita  7 goals, Aurelia Bradeanu 5 goals GER – Angie Geschke 7 goals, Shenia Minevskaja 6 goals

photo: Björn Kenneth Muggerud

photo: Björn Kenneth Muggerud

Second match: Romania – Germany 31 – 25 (14 – 12) Topscorers: ROM –  Adriana Nechita 7 goals,  Laura Chiper 5 goals, Aurelia Bradeanu –  Oana Manea  4 goals, GER- ————————————————————————————————————————————————————

photo: Björn Kenneth Muggerud

photo: Björn Kenneth Muggerud

Croatia and Hungary, the two co-hosts of  EURO 2014 has organized a four nation tournament initially, but two of the invited teams, Angola and Tunisia withdrawn .

So Hungary playes three matches, one against Croatia and two against Croatia B.

First match: Croatia B –  Hungary 25 – 28 (16 – 13)

Topscorers: CRO – Dezic 5 goals, Maja  Koznjak- Andrea Covic 3 goals

HUN – Zita Szucsánszki, Ilidkó Erdősi, Anita Bulath 5 goals each, Mónika Kovacsicz 4 goals


Second match: Croatia –  Hungary 30 – 27 (16 – 14)


HUN – Anita Görbicz 13 goals, Bernadett Bognár-Bódi 6 goals, Zsuzsanna Tomori 4 goals

 CRO – Maja Zebic, Andrea Penezic, Kristina Elez

Third match: Croatia B –  Hungary ()

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