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Hungary winner of Provident Cup

Hungary winner of Provident Cup
photo: Csonka Tamás

photo: Csonka Tamás

Hungary, Szigetszentmiklós

Provident Cup

Third day

SLOVAKIA – AUSTRIA  31-31 (14-16)
referees: Andorka, Hucker (HUN).

SLOVAKIA: Sulovska, Tóthova, Turóciova (GK), Bacíkova, Benuskova, Bízikova 2, Blazekova, Czanik 2, Jakubisova 2, Kertészova 6, Michnova 1, Rajnohova 2, Súkenníkova 2, Szarková 2, Szücs, Trehubova 8, Wollingerova 4

Head-coach: Dusan Poloz.

AUSTRIA: Blazek, Herrmann (GK), Berisha 1, Budecevic, Engel 7, Goricanec, Grausenburger 5, Grigaite, Kaiser, Magelinskas 3, Mauler 4, Scheffknecht 11, Stockhammer, Wess

Head coach: Herbert Müller.
Suspensions: 2 –  2 min
Penalties: 2/2 and 0/0

Photo: Márta Kállai

Photo: Márta Kállai

HUNGARY-CZEH REPUBLIC 32- 27 (16 – 18)
 referees: Arntsen, Röen (NOR).

Hungary: Herr O., Kiss É., Bíró (GK), Bognár-Bódi 3, Bulath, Erdősi 2, Görbicz 10 (7), Klivinyi, Kovacsics 1, Mayer, Mészáros, Orbán 1, Planéta 2, Szamoránsky 5, Szucsánszki 2, Tomori 5, Tóth G., Triscsuk 1

Headcoach:András Németh

Czech Republic: Raníkova, Satrapova (GK), Chrenkova 6 (1), Crhová 1, Hrbkova 3, Janouskova, Keclíkova 2 (1), Knedlíkova 4, Kubackova, Kutlvasrova 4, Mala, Marcíkova 1, Salcákova, Selucka 3, Severova, Stellnerova 1, Sterbova 2.

Headcoach: Jan Basny.
Suspensions: 0/4 min
Penalties: 8/7, and  4/2.

Classament of the tournament:

1. HUNGARY 6 p, 2. Austria 3 p (78-89), 3. Slovakia 3 p (76-98), 4. Czech Republic 0 p

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