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Hungary and Montenegro with one victory each

photo: MKSZ
Hungary and Montenegro with one victory each

Preparation games were played in Győr, Hungary where the Hungarian team prepared by Kim Rasmussen and Kristian Kristiansen met twice Montenegro prepared by Per Johansson and Adi Vasile.

First match:

HUNGARY – MONTENEGRO 29-25 (15-14)
Győr, Magvassy Hall

Referees: Jurinovic, Mrvica (CRO).

Goals:
Hungary: Bíró, Kiss É. (GK), Elghaoui, Háfra 6, Hornyák 3 (1), Kazai 6, Kisfaludy 1, Kiss N., Kovács 3, Kovacsics 1, Lukács, Mészáros, Orbán 3, Pálos-Bognár, Schatzl 1, Tóth 5 (1)
Montenegro: Rajcic, Nenezic (GK), Brnovic 1, A. Bulatovic, K. Bulatovic 5, Despotovic, Grbic, Jaukovic 3, Klikovac, Mehmedovic 4, Pavicevic, Premovic 1, Radicevic 5 (1), Raicevic 5 (4), Ramusovic, Ujkic 1
Suspensions: 2 minutes/ 2 minutes
7 meters: 3/2 and 8/5

Kovács Anna
photo: Anikó Kovács/MKSZ

Second match:

HUNGARY – MONTENEGRO 19-23 (9-11)
Győr, Magvassy Hall

Referees: Jurinovic, Mrvica (CRO)

Goals:
Hungary: Bíró, Horváth-Pásztor (GK), Dávid-Azari 1, Elghaoui 1, Faluvégi 1, Háfra 3, Hársfalvi, Hornyák 2 (1), Kisfaludy, Kiss 4, Kovács 5 (1), Kovacsics 1, Mészáros, Pálos-Bognár, Pelczéder 1, Szalai
Montenegro.  Rajcic, Nenezic (GK), Brnovic 4, Bulatovic, Bulatovic 1, Despotovic 1, Grbic, Jaukovic 7 (2), Klikovac 1, Mehmedovic 2, Pavicevic, Premovic Radicevic 4 (2), Raicevic 2 (1), Ramusovic, Ujkic 1
Suspensions: 6 minutes/ 8 minutes
7 meters: 5/2 and 8/5

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