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Romanian squad of twenty for “Carpati Trophy”

photo: Bjørn Kenneth Muggerud
Romanian squad of twenty for “Carpati Trophy”
Ibolya Szekeres

Head coach of Romanian national team, Spanish Ambros Martin has announced the names of twenty players which will participate in the preparation tournament “Carpati Trophy”, where three other teams will compete: Brazil, Poland, and Macedonia. Gabriela Perianu is injured and she is out for six months.

Goalkeepers: Denisa Dedu (Siófok KC), Yulia Dumanska (CSM Craiova)

Left wings: Valentina Ardean-Elisei (CSM Craiova), Ana Maria Popa (HCM Roman)

Right wings: Aneta Udriştioiu (CSM Bucuresti) , Alina Ilie (HCM Slobozia), Ana Maria Berbece (U Cluj)

Lineplayers: Cyntia Tomescu (Corona  2010 Brasov), Crina Pintea (Issy Paris), Timeea Tătar (Corona  2010 Brasov)

Playmakers/middelbacks: Eliza Buceschi (Corona  2010 Brasov), Cristina Laslo (Buducnost), Mădălina Zamfirescu (DVSC)

Leftbacks: Cristina Florianu (CSM Craiova), Cristina Neagu (CSM Bucuresti), Bianca Bazaliu (CSM Bucuresti), Gabriella Szucs (HC Dunarea Braila)

Rightbacks: Melinda Geiger (Brest Bretagne), Ana Maria Dragut (HC Zalau), Laura Popa (Corona  2010 Brasov)

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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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