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Women national teams on preparation-last weeks results

Women national teams on preparation-last weeks results
Ibolya Szekeres

Last week was the period when femal handball players has gathered in their countries  for preparation matches and tournaments with their national teams.

Timeoutmagazin presents here some results from the different tournaments:

Golden League tournament in France: Norway, Denmark, France, Poland

Results:

photo: Björn Kenneth Muggerud

photo: Björn Kenneth Muggerud

Golden League:

Norway – Poland 26 – 27 (11 – 13)

Norway: Nora Mørk 6, Lin-Kristin Riegelhuth Koren 4, Veronica Kristiansen 3, Stine Bredal Oftedal 3, Camilla Herrem 3, Sanna Solberg 3, Malin Aune 2, Maja Jakobsen 1, Pernille Wibe 1

Poland: Iwona Niedźwiedź 1, Kinga Grzyb 3, Karolina Kudłacz 7, Aneta Łabuda 1, Joanna Drabik 1, Karolina Zalewska 1, Alina Wojtas 4, Monika Stachowska 1, Agnieszka Jochymek 2, Patrycja Kulwińska 1, Kinga Byzdra 5

France – Denmark 24-23 (14-15)

France : Alexandra Lacrabère 5, Manon Houette 3, Nina Kanto 3, Gnonsiane Niombla 3, Allison Pineau 3, Siraba Dembélé 2, Laurisa Landré 1, Marie Prouvensier 1, Chloe Bulleux 1, Alice Lévêque 1, Marie François 1

Danemark : Ann Grete Norgaard 8, Stine Jorgensen 4, Susan Thorsgaard 3, Stine-Bodhe Nielsen 3, Jette Hansen 2, Anne Mette Pedersen 1, Lotte Grigel 1, Kristina Kristiansen 1

photo: Björn Kenneth Muggerud

photo: Björn Kenneth Muggerud

Norway – Denmark 32-23 (15-11)

Norway: Linn-Kristin Riegelhuth Koren 8,Stine Bredal Oftedal 5, Veronica Kristiansen 3, Vilde Mortensen Ingstad 3, Camilla Herrem 3, Amanda Kurtovic 3, Emilie Hegh Arntzen 2, Nora Mørk 2, Betina Riegelhuth 1, Sanna Solberg 1, Pernille Wibe 1

Denmark: Kristina Kristiansen 5, Anne Mette Hansen 4, Sarah Iversen 3, Jette Hansen 3, Line Jørgensen 2, Nadia Offendal 2, Anne Mette Pedersen 1, Stine bodholt Nielsen 1, Ann Grete Nørgaard 1, Freja Cohrt Kyndbøl 1

France –  Poland 26 – 20 ()

France: A.Lacrabere 9, A.Pineau 5, N.Kanto 4, C.Ayglon 2, S.Dembele 2, C. Bullous 2, G.Niombla 1, M.Houette 1

Poland: Stasiak 4, K.Byzdra 3, K.Kudlacz 3, A.Wojtas 3, Gadzina 2, K.Zalewska 2, M.Stachowska 1, P.Kulwinska 1, Kolodziejska 1

France – Norway 28-23 (13-12)

France:

Norway: C.Herrem 5, A. Kurtovic 5, S. Bredal Oftedal 3, M.Jakobsen 3, V. Kristiansen 2, S.Solberg 2, L.Riegelhuth-Koren 1, Mortensen 1, P.Wibe 1

photo: Björn Kenneth Muggerud

photo: Björn Kenneth Muggerud

Denmark – Poland 30-21 (12-10)

Denmark: Ann Grete Nørgaard 8, Kristina Kristiansen 7, Sarah Iversen 4, Susan Thorsgaard 2, Anne Mette Hansen 2, Freja Cohrt 2, Stine Jørgensen 2, Jette Hansen 1, Nadia Offendahl 1, Line Jørgensen 1

Poland: Karolina Kudlacz 7, Alina Wojtas 3, Kinga Byzdra 2, Patrycja Kulwinska 2, Monika Stachowska 2, Anet Labuda 2, Agnieszk Jochymek 1, Agata Cebula 1, Iwona Niedzwiedz 1

 

Carpati Trophee, Romania, Cluj Napoca:

photo: dan tautu

photo: dan tautu

Sweden – Germany 33-32 (after 7m), 27-27 (13-12)

Sweden: Linn Blohm 7, Ida Oden 6, Johanna Ahlm 5, Angelica Wallen 3, Linnea Torstenson 3, Jamina Roberts 2, Louise Sand 1, Edijana Dafe 1, Nathalie Hagman 1, Anna Maria Johansson 1

Germany: Shenia Minevskaja 6, Anja Althaus 5, Nadja Nadgornaja 5, Nina Wörz 4, Anne Hubinger 3, Svenja Huber 3, Anne Müller 2, Fischer 2, Kim Naidzinavicius 1, Sussan Müller 1

Romania – Brazil 27 – 19 (13 – 9)

Romania: Paula Ungureanu, Ionica Munteanu – Valentina Ardean Elisei 1, Nicoleta Dincă, Cristina Neagu (6), Cristina Zamfir (1), Aurelia Brădeanu (2), Luciana Marin (1), Eliza Buceschi (2), Clara Vădineanu, Oana Bondar, Laura Popa (2), Adriana Nechita 7), Laura Chiper (1), Crina Pintea (1), Florina Chintoan (3), Dana Pricop.

Brazil: Barbara Arenhart, Mayssa Pessoa – Fabiana Diniz, Alexandra Do Nascimento, Samira Rocha (1 gol), Daniela Piedade (1), Tamires Araujo, Fernanda Franca Silva (5), Ana Paula Rodrigues (6), Karoline Souza (1), Jessica Quintino (1), Francielle Gomes da Rocha, Moniky Bancilon, Jaqueline Anastacio, Deonise Fachinello (4)

photo: Zsolt Halmágyi

photo: Zsolt Halmágyi

Romania- Sweden 17-26 (6-14)

Romania: Neagu 7 (4), Buceschi 3 (1), Nechita 2(1) Perianu 1, Brădeanu 1, Chintoan 1, Pintea 1, Bondar 1

Sweden: Torstensson 4, Dafe 3, Blohm 3, Johanson 3, Hagman 2, Ahlm 2, Ek 2, Westberg 2, Oden 2, Wallen 2, Sand 1

Germany – Brazil 25-20 (12-9)

Germany:

Brazil: Rodrigues 7 (1), Fachinello 4, da Silva 4, Quintino 1, S. Rocha 1, Piedade 1, K. Souza 1

Carpati Trophee was won by Sweden.

Hungary has played two friendly matches against Spain, only the second one was official:

Hungary – Spain 25–25 (13–14)
Érd Arena, 1200 spectators. Referees: Stark, Stefan ((ROM)

Hungary: Kiss, Bíró – Bódi 1, Tomori, Szamoránsky 1, Szucsánszki 2, Klivinyi, Schatzl 2. Mészáros, Tóth 7 (7), Triscsuk 2, Kovacsicz 1, Erdősi, Bulath8, Kovacsics, Mayer 1, Planéta.

Spain: Navarro, Temprano – Pinedo 2, Barbosa 3, A. Hernández 2, Pena 4 (2), M. Gonzalez 3, C. Martín 3, Elorza, Mangue 1, Escribano 1, L. Gonzalez 3, Nunez 1, A. Rodríguez, Aguilar 2

Serbia-Slovenia 30-22

Serbian national team has gathered for preparations, but four of their representative  plyaers has announced that they are not willing to be a part of the NT if coach Sacha Boskovic will remain at the team. Andrea Lekic, Sanja Damnjanovic, Dragana Cvijic and Katarina Tomasevic left the team under this preparation, releasing an official press announcement later that day. Serbia played without them against Slovenia-
SRB: Risovic 13 saves, Stojiljkovic 7, Zivkovic 5 (2), Radojevic 4, Popovic 3, Rajovic 2, Petrovic 2, Nikolic 2, Liscevic 2, Radosavljevic 2, Zarkovic 1

SLO: Marincek 5 saves, Stefanisin 3 saves, Masvar 7 (4), Gros 6 (4), Irman 3, Krhlikar 3, Petrinja 1, Gregorc 1, Jericek 1

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Ibolya Szekeres

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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