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Victories for Rostov and Vipers on home-court, Brest takes the points from Podgorica

photo: Terje Refsnes/Vipers Kristiansand
Victories for Rostov and Vipers on home-court, Brest takes the points from Podgorica

DELO Women’s EHF Champions League

First round

Group A

FTC took a flying start, leading in Kristiansand for 15 minutes, but after a timeout from Gjekstad the host leveled the game and went to the break with a five goal advantage, 16-11. Austmo Pedersen in Vipers’s goal had an important role and Heidi Löke was nearly unstoppable scoring 9 goals, and helping her team a lot. For FTC only Noémi Háfra managed to keep up the pace with the Norwegians, scoring 10 goals, but this was not sufficient to be able to influence the result. Vipers won 31-22.

Vipers Kristiansand – FTC Rail Cargo-Hungaria 31 – 22 (16 – 11)

Referees: Leandersson/Lindoon (FIN)

Goals:

Vipers – Austmo Pedersen, Udjus GK) – Løke 9, Hegh-Arntzen 7(2), Aune 5, Sulland 5(1), Jonassen 2, Næss Andersen 1, Tomac 1, Waade 1, Andenæs, Dahl, Intelhus, Refsnes

FTC – Biró, Szemerey GK) – Háfra 10, Klujber 3 (1), Schatzl 3, Kovacsics 2, Lukács 2, Bánfai 1, Mészáros 1, Snelder, Pásztor, Tóth, Csiszár-Szekeres, Klivinyi, Márton

7 meters: 4/3, 5/2

Suspensions: 6 minutes, 10 minutes

Group B

Rostov Don – MKS Perla Lublin 31 – 21 (21 – 11)

Referees: Mitrovic/Kzanegra (MNE)

Goals:

Rostov: Mekhdieva, Sedoykina (GK) – Managarova 6, Vyakhireva 5(1), Kalinichenko 4(1), Bobrovnikova 3, Makeeva 3, Behnke 2, Kozhokar 2, Kuznetsova 2, Abbingh 1, Borschenko 1(1), Maslova 1, Sudakova 1, Nikitina, Belo

Lublin: Gawlik, Kochaniak 4(2), Labuda 4, Gega 3(2), Matuszczyk 3, Achruk 2(2), Gadzina 2, Blazevic 1, Nocun 1, Szarawaga 1, Moldrup

7 meters: 4/3,6/6

Suspensions: 6 minutes/4 minutes

Group C

The lack of defense from the hosts side gave the opportunity to Brest for a victory and with an excellent rightback performance from Gros (7) and Kobylinska (5) as well Coatanea on the right wing scoring 6, the French side managed to comeback in the second half and decide the game for their favour. Brest took a surprising victory in the feared Moraca Hall from Podgorica and showed potential for next matches.

Buducnost – Brest Bretgane 32 – 35(17 – 16)

Referees: Lah/Sok (SLO)

Goals:

Buducnost: Jaukovic 8, Mehmedovic 6, Radicevic 6, Raicevic 6, Lazovic 4, Pletikosic 1, Raicic 1, Brnovic, Babovic, Vujovic, Bulatovic, Dzaferovic, Konatar, Premovic, Ramusovic, Sando

Brest: Toft, Quiniou (GK) – Gros 7, Coateanea 7, Kobylinska 5, Lassource 5, Minevskaja 5, Niakaté 3, Foppa 1, Mangue 1, Pop-Lazic 1, Jarrige, Le Hir, Mauny, Fontake-Carretero, Toublanc

7 meters: 4/3, 5/5

Suspensions: 6 minutes/8 minutes

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