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Easy victory for Buducnost against Astrakhanochka

photo: Tamás Csonka
Easy victory for Buducnost against Astrakhanochka

Buducnost needed a victory against today’s opponent, Russian Astrakhanochka and they got it without problems. The girls of Dragan Adzic made it clear from the early beginning of the game that here noone else can win, only hosts. The Russain headcoach called several timeouts and was angry on his team, but this was not helpful, Buducnost focused on themselves and their own play, tried to practice their tactics and improve the teamwork. In the second half Adzic replaced the experienced players and sent the youngsters to the court, but Russians had no chance in this match. After 18-11 at half time hosts did not let to the opponent to score a lot, and at the  they won: 38 – 20.

Final Result

Buducnost – Astrakhanochka 38 – 20 (18 – 11)


Buducnost: Cvijic 5, Neagu 5, Pavicevic 4, Achruk 3, Bulatovic 3, Ujkic 2, Jaukovic 4, Irman 2, Pletikosic 3, Ramusovic 3, Grbic 1, Agovic 3

Astrakhanochka: Postnova 6, Ivanova 3, Levsha 2, Sabirova 1, Shaposnikova 1, Tazhenova 1, Chigirinova 4, Shichkina 1, Kozhokar 1

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