Norway NT in Hungary – preparation matches

Norway NT in Hungary – preparation matches
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The Norwegian NT had one week of training and preparation in Hungary, Mátraháza, where at the end of the week they played two matches, against Hungarian FTC Rail-Cargo Hungaria and CL-title holder Győri Audi ETO KC.

Norwegian lineplayer Heidi Löke has announced before the preparation, that she takes a break from the national team, so the Norwegian squad looked like this:

Goalkepers: Katrine Lunde (Győr), Kari Aalvik Grimsbø (Team Esbjerg), Silje Solberg (TTH)

Backplayers: Tine Stange (Larvik), Stine Bredal Oftedal (Issy Paris), Ida Alstad (FCM), Karoline Dyhre Breivang (Larvik), Stine R. Skogrand (Vipers), Linn Jörum Sulland (Larvik), Veronica Kristiansen (Glasseverket), Betina Riegelhuth (Storhamar), Nora Mörk (Larvik)

Lineplayers:  Pernille Wibe (Issy Paris), Maren Gundersen (Byåsen)

Leftwings: Camilla Herrem (HCM Baia Mare), Sanna Solberg (Stabæk)

Rightwings:   Jenny Osnes Graesholt (Nordstrand), Linn-Kristin Riegelhuth Koren (Larvik)

First match (Thursday 24/07)

Norway –  FTC Rail Cargo Hungaria 29 – 23 (15 – 9)

Topscorers: Laura Steinbach (FTC) 8 goals and Nora Mørk (NOR)

Second match (Saturday 26/07)

Győri Audi ETO KC –  Norway 24 – 22 (12 – 11)


Győr: Görbicz Anita 6(4), Anna Sen 4, Heidi Løke 3, Kovacsics Anikó 3(1), Orbán Adrienn 3, Korsós Dorina 2, Eduarda Amorim 2, Planéta Szimonetta 1

Norway: Nora Mørk 7(5), Camilla Herrem 5, Veronica Kristiansen 3, Ida Alstad 2, Linn-Kristin Riegelhuth Koren 2(1), Stine Bredal Oftedal 1, Pernille Wibe 1, Betina Riegelhuth 1

Katrine Lunde has played in both teams, 25 minutes for Norway in the first half and 10 minutes for Gyor in the second half.

-23 (15-9)

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Hungarian living in Norway with a great passion for handball, primarly women handball. Travels all over the world to follow handball matches and tournaments and to write good articles on this website.

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