Brasil without victory in Golden League, Denmark winner of tournament

Brasil without victory in Golden League, Denmark winner of tournament
photo: Björn Kenneth Muggerud

photo: Björn Kenneth Muggerud

Golden League, Aarhus

France –  Brasil 26 – 26 (12 – 12)

Brasil wa snot able to get a victory against France either in the four nations tournament organised in Denmark, so Morten oubak’s team has been defeated bu Norway and Denmark, and they played a tie against France. Eduarda Amorim and Mayssa Pessoa has showed their qualities for South Amerciacns, such as France culd not take every point.  Players like Alexandra Lacrabére and Nina Kamto has secured France the one point, but Attingré in the goal or Siraba Dembele played a good game  as well.

Brasil: Eduarda Amorim 5, Fernanda Silva 5, Deonise Facchinelo 4, Alexandra Nascimento 4, Fabiana Diniz 3, Ana Belo 3, Samira Rocha 1 and Daniela Piedade 1

France: Alexandra Lacrabere 7, Siraba Dembele 6, Nina Kamto 5, Graca Zaadi 4, Gnonsiane Niombla 1, Wendy Lawson 1, Paule Baudouin 1, Koumba Cisse 1


Photo: Björn Kenneth Muggerud

Photo: Björn Kenneth Muggerud

Denmark  – Norway 26 – 22 (12 – 13)

Norway was in lead 5-10 in the first half, but Denmark closed the gap and before the break result become 12-13. In the second half Norwegians started again brilliant, leading by five at 12 -17, but Denmark made their comeback helped by a fantastic goalkeeping of Sandra Toft and Louise Burgaard on rightback. Denmark wins the the match and the tournament.

Denmark: Toft (GK)- Thorsgaard 1, Östergaard 2, Kviesgaard 2, Bonde 2, S.Jörgensen 2, Fisker 3, Nörgaard 3 (3), Tranborg 1, Burgaard 6, Hansen 1, Griegel 3, La Cour 1

Norway: Si.Solberg, Grimsbö (GK) –  Oftedal 2, Mörk 3, Kristiansen 4,Alstad 1, Sulland 2, Herrem 4, Sa. Solberg 1, Rieleghuth-Koren 1, Gundersen 4,



Earlier results:

Brasil –  Norway 27 – 31 (16 -13)

Denmark –  France 19 – 22 (10-9)

Norway – France 23 – 15 (14 – 9)

Denmark –  Brasil 28 – 24 (15 – 9)


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