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WCh Denmark 2015 – First leg of European playoffs

WCh Denmark 2015 – First leg of European playoffs
photo: Csonka Tamás

photo: Csonka Tamás

Austria – Hungary 20-33 (11-19)

Austria: Hermann,  Blazek – Magelinskas 5, Logvin 5, Grigaite 2, Grausenburger 2, Engel 2, Budecevic 2, Schindler 1,Dedic 1, Kaiser, Kovács, Rath, Reiss, Stockhammer, Wess

Hungary: Kiss, Bíró, Janurik – Szucsánszki 7, Erdősi 7, Bulath 4, Kovacsicz 4, Tomori 3, Tóth 2, Triscsuk 1, Szamoránsky 1, Kiss 1, Such 1, Mayer 1, Hornyák 1, Mészáros, Schatzl

Hungary could not be surprised by the Austrian team, even without Görbicz, Herr, Bódi or Kovacsics (ill) they’ve got a big advantage and can consider themselves as qualified.

Netherlands – Czech Republic 33-23 (15-16)

Netherlands : Jankovic, Van der Val – Abbingh 7, Groot 7, Broch 4, Polman 4,  Van Der Heijden 3, Bont 2,  van Olphen 2, Malestein 2,  Snelder 1, Goos 1, Knippenborg, Smeets, Dulfer, Schop

Czech Republic: Raniková, Satraopva, Müllnerová – Luzumova 8,  Knedlikova 4, Sterbova 4, Keclikova 2, Hrbkova 2,  Salcakova 1, Martinkova 1, Jerabkova 1, Adamková, Mala, Ruckova, Selucka, Svirakova

Netherlands had some difficulties in the forst half, but managed to get back and ran over Czechs afterall.

photo: Hypo NÖ

photo: Hypo NÖ

Serbia -Romania 26-32 (13-17)

Serbia: Risovic, Kacarevic – Zivkovic 5, Radojevic 5,  Liscevic 4, Krpez 3, Georgijev 2,  Petrovic 2,  Stoiljkovic 2, Nikolic 1, Rajovic 1,Bandelier 1, Jansjusevic, Popovic, Priovic, Radosavljevic

Romania: Ungureanu, Dedu –  Neagu 11,  Nechita 5,  Elisei Ardean 5,  Manea 4, Geiger 4, Bradeanu 1, Preda 1, Vizitiu 1, Buceschi, Perianu, Chiper, Hotea, Chintoan, Tatar

Romania led by Neagu made an easy path to the WCh in Denmark, but in the second half their goalkeeper Ungureanu got injured, something which seemed quite serious.

Ukraine – Poland 18-24 (8-14)

Ukraine: Thymosenkova – Gorilska 6,  Glibko 4, Laiuk 2, Umanets 2, Borshchenko 1,  Nikolayenko 1, Redka 1, Levchenko 1, Andrychuk, Jablonska, Peredery, Smbatian, Stelmakh, Turkalo, Zorya

Poland: Wyszokinska, Prudzienica – Pielesz 8, Stachowska 3, Stasiak 3,  Jochymek 3, Grzyb 2, Kolodziejska 2, Kobylinska 1, Kulwinska 1,  Byzdra 1,Cebula, Drabik, Niedzwiedz, Kulwinska, Zych

Poland arrived to Ukraone without big names as Wojtas, Kudlacz or Sodmiak, but their clear victory shows a good teamwork.

photo: Björn Kenneth Muggerud

photo: Björn Kenneth Muggerud

Spain – Slovakia 25-19 (13-11)

Spain: Navarro, Zoqbi de Paula – Martin 6, Fernandez 6, Cabral 6, Pena 3,  Mangué 1, Chavez 1,  Pinedo 1, Egozkue 1, Aguilar, Elorza, Alonso, Nunez, Rodriquez, Gonzalez

Slovakia: Tóthova, Gubikova – Jakubisova 5, Benuskova 3, Skolkova 3, Trehubova 3, Hornakova 3, Sukennikova 2, Bizikova, Czanik, Dubajova,  Medvedova, Michova, Minarchikova, Rajnohova, Rebicova

European silver medalists defeated Slovakia- after a slower start they managed to solve the equation luckily.

Germany- Russia 20-22 (8-10)

Germany: Woltering, Schülke – Wohlbold 5, Nadgornaja 3, Naidzinavicius 2,Althaus 2,  Müller 2, Schulze 2, Zapf 1, Smits 1, Geschke 1, Wörz 1, Fischer, Huber, Hubinger, Klein

Russia: Sedoykina, Erokhina – Kochetova 11, Bliznova 4, Dmitrieva 3, Kuznetcova 2, Akopian 1, Makeeva 1, Chernoivanenko, Garanina, Goncharova, Gorskova, Koroleva, Marennykova, Shymkute, Vyakhireva

Maybe the most interesting matches of these playoffs are played here, between Germany and Russia. sad to know that one of these strong teams won’t be able to make it to Denmark.

Trefilov came with a whole new team, with Volgograd trio Kochetova, Dmitrieva and Akopian, plus Sedoykina in the goal.This seemes to be a lucky move, since Kochetova scored 11 goals, meanwhile on German side everything seemed to be just struggeling. Jakob Vestergaard’s first official match was a fiasco. Let’s see next week what these teams can come with?

 

photo: Uros Hocevar-ehf

photo: Uros Hocevar-ehf

France – Slovenia 27-20 (15-11)

France: Leynaud, Darleux – Lacrabere 6, Niombla 5,  Dembele 4, Bulleux 3,  Kamto 2, Ayglon 2, Houette 2, Zaadi 1, Prouvensier 1,   Minko Nze 1, Pineau,Edwige, Goiorani

Slovenia: Stefanisin, Marincek – Mavsar 5, Lazovic-Varlec 4, Irman 4, Gros 3, Krhlikar 2,Jericek 2, Zrnec, Beganovic, Gregorc, Pandzic, Hrncic, Petrinja, Stanko, Turnsek

Kroatia – Sweden 23-24 (11-8)

Kroatia: Zderic, Kapitanovic – Penezic 6, Sokac 6,  Basic 4, Koznjak 3,  Litre Milanovic 2,  Gace 1, Micijevic 1, Nemaskalo, Niksevic, Covic, Dzono, Elez, Frankovic,

Sweden: Bundsen, Grubbstr0m –  Alm 7, Torstensson 5, Hagman 5, Sand 2, Blohm 1, Ahlm 1, Gulldén 1, Jacobsen 1, Johansson 1, Dafé, Tegstedt, Odén, Ek, Wallén

Slovenia was an equal opponent to France for almost thirty minutes, but clearly this could not be enough against a strong French side, with topclass goalkeeper performance from Leynaud and Darleux.

Montenegro –  Iceland 28 – 19(12 – 12)

Montenegro: Hasanic, Rajicic, Nenezic – Bulatovic 9, Despotovic, Klikovac, Knezevic 9, Mehmedovic 2, Pavicevic, Petrovic 4, Lazovic 1, Vukcevic, Ramusovic, Jaukovic 3, Premovic, Ujkic

Iceland: Grecu-Stanciu, Mariasdottír – Aisgeirsdottír, Einarsdottír, Gudmundsdottír 1, Gudmunsdottír, Hansdottír 1, Haraldsdottír, Jónsdottír 1, Omarsdottír, Palsdottír 3, Pekarskyte 5, Steffansoddír 3, Thorgeirsdottír 1, Thrastardottír 4

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