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European Championship 2016 Sweden-qualifications with surprises

European Championship 2016 Sweden-qualifications with surprises
Ibolya Szekeres

EURO 2016 for women will be organized in Sweden in 2016. Qualifications has started, here are the results from round 3 and 4:

GROUP 1: Norway, Romania, Lituania, Belarus

Lithuania –  Belarus 21 – 29 (10 – 15)

Topscorers: Diana Satkauskaite (LIT) 9 goals and Karyna Yezhikava (BEL) 6 goals

Romania-  Norway 25 – 20 (16 – 9)

Topscorers: Cristina Neagu (ROM) 10  goals and Nora Mörk (NOR) 6 goals

Belarus –  Lithuania 38 – 35(18 – 15)

Topscorers:Karyna Yezhikava (BEL) 8 goals and Laima Bernataviciute (LIT) 7 goals

Norway –  Romania 27 – 17 (12 – 8)

Topscorers: Heidi Löke (NOR) 7 goals and Patricia Vizitiu (ROU) 6 goals

Cristina Neagu, Romania | Photo: Bjørn Kenneth Muggerud

Cristina Neagu, Romania | Photo: Bjørn Kenneth Muggerud

GROUP 2: Czech Republic, Serbia, Ukraine, Italy

Czech Republic –  Serbia 25 – 30(15 – 17)

Topscorers: Michaela Hrbkova (CZE) 7 goals and Katarina Krpez Slezak (SRB) 7 goals

Italy –  Ukraine 19 – 37 (10 – 18)

Topscorers: Anika Niederwieser (ITA) 10 goals and  Viktoria Borschenko (UKR) 10 goals

Ukraine – Italy 36 – 23(15 – 6)

Topscorers: Viktoria Borschenko (UKR) 8 goals and Eleonora Costa (ITA) 5 goals

 Serbia – Czech Republic 28 – 28(15 – 15)

Topscorers: Katarina Krpez Slezak (SRB) 9 goals and Michaela Hrbkova (CZE) 5 goals

Nycke Groot, Netherlands | Photo: Bjørn Kenneth Muggerud

Nycke Groot, Netherlands | Photo: Bjørn Kenneth Muggerud

GROUP 3: Netherlands, Spain, Austria, Bulgaria

Bulgaria – Austria 20 – 33 (10 – 13)

Topscorers: Stefka Agova and Gloria Pavlova (BUL) 5 goals each and Beate Sheffneckt (AUT) 8 goals

Netherlands –  Spain 31 – 21 (13 – 10)

Topscorers: Danick Snelder (ND) 7 goals and Nerea Pena (ESP) 9 goals

Spain –  Netherlands 32 – 29 (20 – 11)

Topscorers: Alexandrina Barbosa (ESP) 10 goals and Yvette Broch (NED) 7 goals

Austria – Bulgaria 39 – 27 (19 – 12)

Topscorers: Beate Sheffneckt (AUT) 8 goals and Sarandeva (BUL) 9 goals

Milena Raicevic, Montenegro - photo: Björn Kenneth Muggerud

Milena Raicevic, Montenegro – photo: Björn Kenneth Muggerud

GROUP 4: Croatia, Montenegro, FYR Macedonia, Slovenia

Slovenia –  FYR Macedonia 35 – 17 (18 – 8)

Topscorers: Barbara Lazovic (SLO) 6 goals and Teodora Keramichieva (MKD) 5 goals

Croatia –  Montenegro 23 – 22 (13 – 13)

Topscorers: Andrea Penezic (CRO) 11 goals and Milena Raicevic (MNE) 10 goals

FYR Maedonia –  Slovenia 21 – 22(10 – 11)

Topscorers: Simona Stojanovska (MKD) 5 goals and Tamara Mavsar (SLO) 7 goals

Montenegro –  Croatia 31 – 29(19 – 15)

Topscorers: Katarina Bulatovic (MNE) 8 goals and  Andrea Penezic (CRO)8 goals

Eva Kiss

Éva Kiss, Hungary – photo: Björn Kenneth Muggerud

GROUP 5: Poland, Hungary, Slovakia, Finland

Finland –  Slovakia 15 – 29 (8 – 15)

Topscorers: Alexandra Ross, Ida Vayrinen, Genberg (FIN) 3 goals each and Tetyana Filkova Trehubova (SVK) 6 goals

Poland – Hungary 24 – 27 (13 – 13)

Topscorers: Karolina Siodmiak (POL) 5 goals and Szandra Szöllösi-Zácsik (HUN) 6 goals

Slovakia –  Finland 25 – 8(11 – 3)

Topscorers: Martina Skolkova (SVK ) 7 goals and Johanna Hilli/Narakka 2 goals each

Hungary –  Poland 25 – 26 (16 – 17)

Topscorers:  Krisztina Triscsuk (HUN) 7 goals and Monika Kobylinska (POL) 7 goals

Anna Vyakhereva, Russia | Photo: Bjørn Kenneth Muggerud

Anna Vyakhereva, Russia | Photo: Bjørn Kenneth Muggerud

GROUP 6: Russia, Denmark, Turkey, Portugal

Russia –  Denmark 31 – 27 (16 – 12 )

Topscorers: Anna Vyakhireva (RUS) 10 goals and Stine Jörgensen (DEN) 6 goals

Portugal –  Turkey 24 – 23 (11 – 11)

Topscorers: Bebiana Rodriques-Claudia Correia (POR) 4 goals each and Cemir Demircelen (TUR) 7 goals

Denmark – Russia 22 – 24(8 – 14)

Topscorers: Anne Mette Hansen (DEN) 6 goals and Daria Dmitrieva-Anna Vyakhireva (RUS) 4 goals each

Turkey –  Portugal 37 – 31(17 – 18)

Topscorers:Betül Yilmaz (TUR) 11 goals and Monica Olveira Soares (POR) 7 goals

Allison Pineau, France

Allion Pineau, France photo: Björn Kenneth Muggerud

GROUP 7: Germany, France, Iceland, Switzerland

Germany –  France 21 – 24 (10 -9)

Topscorers: Susan Müller (GER) 7 goals and Allison Pineau (FRA) 9 goals

Switzerland – Iceland 22 – 21 (9 – 10)

Topscorers: Sybille Schrer (SUI)6 goals and Karen Knuttsdottír (ICE) 6 goals

France –  Germany 25 – 19(13 – 9)

Topscorers:Allison Pineau (FRA) 8 goals and Saskia Lang-Anna Loerper (GER) 4 goals each

Iceland –  Switzerland 20 – 19(10 – 9)

Topscorers:Ramona Pekarskyte/Sturludottir(ICE) 3 goals each and Lisa Frey (SUI) 5 goals

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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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