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Provident Cup: Hungary defeats Austria

Provident Cup: Hungary defeats Austria
photo: Tamás Csonka

photo: Tamás Csonka

Preparation tournament in Szigetszentmiklós, Hungary with participation of Slovakia, Czech Republic, Austria and Hungary.

Results, first day:

Hungary –  Austria  36 – 23 (15 – 12)

Hungary has played without Anita Görbicz, Zsuzsanna Tomori, Piroska Szamoránsky, Mónika Kovacsicz, Ildikó Erdősi and Orsolya Herr – today they were watching the match from the stands.

Hungary: Bíró B. 1, Kiss É. (GK), Bognár-Bódi 3, Bulath 8 (3), Horváth B. 2, Klivinyi 4, Kovacsics, Mayer 2, Mészáros 1, Orbán 2, Planéta 3, Schatzl 4, Szekerczés 1, Szucsánszki 3, Tóth G. 2 (1), Triscsuk. Head coachy: A. Németh .

Austria: Blazek, Herrmann (GK), Berisha 5, Budecevic, Dedic 1, Engel 7 (6), Goricanec 1, Grausenburger 2, Grigaite, Kaiser 3, Magelinskas 2, Mauler 2, Plach, Stockhammer, Wess. Szövetségi kapitány: Herbert Müller.
Suspensions: 8 min/ 6 min
Penalties: 5/4,  and  6/6

Slovakia –  Czeh Republic 22 – 21(11 – 11)

Slovakia: Tóthová, Súlovská, Turóciová (GK) – Rajnohova, Blazeková 1, Kertészová 3, Benusková 1, Czanik 2, Dubajová, Wollingerová 1, Szücs 2, Michnová, Sukennikova, Baciková, Jakubisová 5, Trehubova 5, Bíziková 2

Head coach: Dusan Poloz

Czech republic: Satrapová, Müllnerová, Raniková (GK) – Knedlíkova 2, Januskova 1, Keclíkova 3, Chrenkova 2, Salcakova 1, Kultvasrova 2, Hrubkova 3, Sterbova 3, Mala, Crhova, Selucka 2, Kubáckova, Stellnerova, Marcikova 2, Severová

Head coach: Jan Basny

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