← Previous Story Israel: Rishon LeZion still yellow Next Story → EHF CL 18/19 BEST 7 +35 Dejan Milosavljev The VELUX EHF Champions League Preliminary Round is over. Exactly 14 teams have stayed in the battle for the placement at Final4 in Cologne. Period between September and February was important for some guys who played their first ever season in the European elite competition.Here are the BEST 7 newcomers in opinion of Handball-Planet.com team.GOALKEEPER: Dejan Milosavljev (RK Vardar Skopje)LEFT WING: David Mandic (RK PPD Zagreb)LEFT BACK: Niko Ronnberg (Cocks)PLAYMAKER: Marc Canellas Reixach (IFK Kristianstad)RIGHT BACK: Amine Bannour (Dinamo Bucuresti)RIGHT WING: Sigvaldi Bjorn Gudjonsson (Elverum Handball)LINE-PLAYER: Johannes Golla (SG Flensburg Handewitt)PHOTO: Denis Dukovski, RK Vardar
Israeli handball The 19th matchday started with the match between the Hapoel Ramat Gan from the last place and the surprising promoters H.C Beer Sheba. 10 goals by Steffan Ciric and another 9 from Milos Bujisic helped Beer Sheba to win 31:25. Hapoel Kiryat Ono got a 3 points advantage on Ramat Gan with 26:22 on H.C Ness Ziona. The Israeli Handball League came back after the Cup final with the most glorious Handball match: The Rishon LeZion Grand Derby. ← Previous Story EHF Cup: THW Kiel, Fuchse Berlin, Saint Raphael and FC Porto at 1/4 finals Next Story → EHF CL 18/19 NEWCOMERS BEST 7 11.Hapoel Kiriyat205015522:60510 1.Maccabi Le Zion191810663:49637 4.Ramat Hasharon181116575:51323 12.Hapoel Ramat Gan193115486:5727 Hapoel started the match very well with a good performance by Pedja Dejanovic who led the reds to 6:3 in the 10th minute. In the next minute, Hapoel’s defensive player, Ido Lavie, got a direct red card but the momentum continued to 7:3. Dejanovic continued with his great match and in the attacking side, the nationals, Yuval Gerera and Oz Hamami, led Hapoel to 14:10 in the half time. 5.Maccabi Avishai Motzkin19919534:57519 9.MK Holon196211565:57014 2.Hapoel Ashdod191414567:49829 3.Hapoel Le Zion191216537:49125 Written by Dean Shmuel Elmas Dan Tepper came from the cup holders bench and helped Maccabi comeback to 16:14 in the 38th minute. Ivan Karacic took control on both sides and made 17:16 in the 40th minute. Maccabi’s first lead 17:18 came from Vladi Kofman in the 45th minute. Yirmi Sidi made it 17:19 and Hapoel without high quality foreign attacking player looked ineffective. Maccabi continued with the great second half performance and won 23:29. 6.Nes Tziona199010562:55718 In other matches: After their loss in the cup final, H.C Holon came to the league with great performance. They host Hapoel Ashdod from the 2nd place and beat them 37:31. Maccabi Kiryat Motzkin got another important win, 34:29 on Bnei Herzliya and SGS Ramat Hasharon beat Ironi Rehovot 37:30. 10.Rehovot196112521:56313 In the next matchday: Maccabi Kiryat Motzkin – H.C Ness Ziona, Hapoel Ashdod – SGS Ramat Hasharon, Ironi Rehovot – Hapoel Ramat Gan, H.C Beer Sheba – Hapoel Rishon LeZion, H.C Ness Ziona – Bnei Herzliya. Maccabi Rishon LeZion beat Hapoel Kiryat Ono 26:38 already on February 18th.STANDING: 7.Bnei Herzliya19739598:64017 8.MK Beer Sheva198011505:55516
Handball hooligans at the TOP of popularity when handball is in question. The Romanian Cup semi-final between local rivals Steaua and Dinamo Bucuresti in Foscani last weekend had an special intro with the fans of both sides in clash which has been seen by thousands of people across Europe.At the end, Steaua won 26:25, but at the final match, Politehnica Timisoara won trophy after 28 years…Take a look (SUBSCRIBE)… ← Previous Story Igor Karacic joins PGE Vive Kielce – Replacement for Cindric? Next Story → Nycke Groot to join Odense handball hooligans
seha gazprom league As the regular part of the season is coming to an end, it is time for the place and date of the 8th Final 4 of the SEHA – Gazprom League to be known. This year’s Final 4 tournament will be held in Brest, Republic of Belarus, on 2nd and 3rd of April. Brest will, for the 2nd time in SEHA history, host four best teams and experience the best what regional handball has to offer. Together with the Handball club Meshkov Brest, SEHA will once again organize a spectacular event filled with great handball moments, which will serve as an amazing edition to the millennial birthday of the city of Brest. “It is our great pleasure to, once again, organize Final 4 together with the Handball Club Meshkov Brest and we are sure that the Final 4 will be another unforgettable experience for handball club Meshkov Brest, city of Brest, fans and Belarusian handball in general. Meshkov Brest are regular participants of the Final 4 tournament and they deserve to bring the best of regional handball to its city and country. We are delighted that our 8th Final 4 will take place in Brest and that we will be a part of the millennial fiesta of the city of Brest”, said Sinisa Ostoic, managing director of SEHA – Gazprom League.“SEHA Final 4 in Brest is an excellent present dedicated to the millennium anniversary of Brest to all the residents of the city. For our club, our city and the country it is a great honour to host such a high-level international competition. Two years ago, the club management displayed its high potential in hosting the SEHA Final 4 and enjoyed a well-deserved recognition by both the SEHA League management and the European Handball Federation. As for the competitive element, our team is a regular participant of the SEHA Final 4. I do hope that in the forthcoming home of the SEHA Final 4 tournament we will be able to bring joy to our fans and win the prestigious trophy. We are convinced it is going to be a tremendous sporting event”, said Pavel Bashkin, sports director of Handball Club Meshkov Brest.Let’s experience Final 4 together. See you in Brest! All interested parties will be informed accordingly about the start of media accreditation, playing schedule and broadcast of the Final 4 tournament. ← Previous Story BATTLE FOR BUDAPEST 2019: FTC VS Rostov Don, CSM Bucuresti to Metz Next Story → VIDEO: Two decisive minutes of Benfica – Sporting clash
Alberto Entrerrioshandball coachHBC NantesThierry Anti ← Previous Story SEHA Final4: Croatian derby and Vardar-Meshkov clash Next Story → Ivan Stevanovic to join Orlen Wisla Plock Thierry Anti will stop his mission of the head coach in HBC Nantes when his contract expires in 2020.For more than 20 years, HBC Nantes has been leading a project that has brought it beyond everything we could have hoped for.Thierry Anti is a strong element of this success over the last 10 years, where the club has reached the highest European level with a Champions League final in Cologne last season. Today, HBC Nantes builds the project of the next 10 years, which is just as ambitious and must prepare the transmission to the coach who can accompany this new stage in the long term. For this reason, HBC Nantes has decided not to extend Thierry Anti’s coaching contract beyond the summer of 2020 while leaving the door open for future collaboration in another form. Until then, many challenges remain. Faithful to its development policy, the club of course works in parallel to raise the shield of HBC Nantes as high as possible, in the short, medium and long term.”, writes the EHF Champions League 2018 finalist.Is Spaniard Alberto Entrerrios, assistant coach of Anti, his successor, we will see soon.
← Previous Story Four matches to decide TOP 8 teams on Saturday Next Story → PGE Vive Kielce secure EHF CL TOP 8 Handball discussioHandball discussionseha gazprom league Four well-known names from all fields of handball and the SEHA – Gazprom League will be part of the third expert discussion one day before the start of the SEHA – Gazprom League Final 4. Discussion is scheduled for Monday, 1st of April, starting at 20:30 (CET) in Sport hall Victoria and will be broadcasted via Facebook live on SEHA – Gazprom League account. The topic of Monday’s 1st of April discussion will be: Present and future of digital platforms in regional handball. Guests will be:Boris Sapozhnikov, SEHA – Gazprom League vice-president and Gazprom representativeSinisa Ostoic, SEHA – Gazprom League Managing DirectorAndrey Melnik, VKontakte Sports DirectorVladimir Jaric, Sportradar Business ConsultantAt the first Handball Discussion in the history of SEHA – Gazprom League, held in Brest in the season of 2016/2017, the topic was Final 4 and SEHA – Gazprom League. The participants were: Sinisa Ostoic, Raul Gonzalez (former Vardar coach), Simon Razgor (Meshkov Brest player), Bozidar Djurkovic (President of the Serbian Handball Federation and Chairman of the EHF Competition Commission) and Goran Antevski (Macedonian journalist).After the successful dialogue of handball experts in Brest, this praise-worthy event was held before the last year’s Final 4 in Skopje. Their opinion about the future of handball in the Region were given by Bozidar Djurkovic, Boris Sapozhnikov, Sinisa Ostoic, Igor Anic (Celje PL player), David Davis (former Vardar assistant coach) and Zika Bogdanovic.We are impatiently waiting for the upcoming Handball Discussion that will be broadcasted live on the Facebook account of the SEHA – Gazprom League. So, reserve Monday night, 1st of April and enjoy in this fantastic event!
Nebojsa Simic Simo ← Previous Story VIDEO: Iceland lose after 13 years at home – Manaskov is Macedonian hero Next Story → Manolo Cadenas and Meshkov Brest part ways Montenegro celebrating taking one of the biggest scalps in the handball history – the one of World Champions from Denmark! The team of young coach Zoran Roganovic, who frustrated domestic handball fans with starting draw in match against Faroe Island and defeat in Ukraine, made a miracle against the best team nowadays by winning 32:31.Hero of the night was definitely MT Melsungen goalkeeper Nebojsa Simic with 16 saves. Milos Bozovic added seven goals for the triumph, while on the other side eight goals of Mikkel Hansen weren’t enough that Nikolaj Jacobsen squad avoid defeat…Here is some of the magic….Ukraine beat Faroe Island 30:19.STANDING:Denmark 4Ukraine 4Montenegro 3Faroe Island 1PHOTO: Vijesti.me,handball.me
dejan manaskovIceland handballNorth Macedonia handball ← Previous Story German “routine win” in Poland Next Story → MONTENEGRIN HERO “SIMO” – World Champions lose in “Moraca” Iceland lost the first home match after 13 years against North Macedonia 33:34 in spectacular finish, where domestic team made mistake which gave chance to Macedonians to score the winning goal.Dejan Manaskov did it after he missed 7-meter shot. The new Macedonian head-coach Danilo Brestovac had fantastic debut on the bench of his national team. Manaskov wasTOP scorer with 8 goals, while on the other side Aron Palmarsson netted 11.Iceland are defeated last team at home in 2016 against Sweden in Play-Off for World Championship 2007.Turkey beat Greece in away clash 26:22.STANDING:Iceland 4N. Macedonia 4Greece 2Turkey 2
← Previous Story ROLI, ROLI: Veszprem with +6 from Flensburg! Next Story → Veselin Vujovic resigns as RK Zeleznicar Nis coach FC Barcelona Lassa Handball It looks that FC Barcelona Lassa will join Telekom Veszprem at EHF Champions League Final4 in Cologne this year. The Spanish champions celebrated convincing victory in Nantes 32:25 (16:12), where domestic team couldn’t cope with the strentgh of Xavi Pascual boys.Ludovic Fabregas was man of the match with nine goals from 11 shots.HBC NANTES – FC BARCELONA 25:32 (12:16)Nantes : Bonnefoi (11 saves), Siffert (2 saves); Lagarde (4/10), Delecroix (1/2), Guillo (0/1), Nyokas (3/6), Auffret, Pechmalbec (1/1), Tournat (3/3), Feliho, Emonet (1/1), Rivera (8/10), Lazarov (2/5), Gurbindo (1/3), Balaguer (1/4), ImareBarcelona : Perez de Vargas (11 saves), Moller (); Tomas (3/3), Entrerrios (1/3), Sorhaindo (1/1), Anderson (2/3), Arino (1/2), N’Guessan, Gomez (3/5 ), Petrus, Dolenec (1/2), Mem (2/4), Duarte (3/5), Ilic (2/2), Palmarsson (3/7), Fabregas (9/11)ROLI, ROLI: Veszprem with +6 from Flensburg!
← Previous Story RK Vardar and PGE Vive Kielce complete EHF Final4 2019 Next Story → (VIDEO) Kielce in Cologne, Talant’s crazy dance Battle of MOL Pick Szeged and RK Vardar Skopje for the Final4 of the VELUX EHF Champions League 2019 had culmination at the press conference in form of confrontation between two coaches Juan Carlos Pastor and Roberto Garcia Parrondo, but also Ex-Pick Szeged player, Stas Skube, who sent message to his ex coach.Also Pastor’s ex-player, now coach, Parrondo, said that he was offended by Pastor with “not polite words” during, but also after the match.Pastor’s complained during PRESS conference about behaviour of the winners of quarter-finals. RK Vardar saved 31:23 from the first match in hell of Szeged’s city hall, where they lost 29:25.Take a look on it…
PGE Vive KielceRK Vardar RK Vardar and PGE Vive Kielce are the two last teams qualified for the VELUX EHF CL Final4 2019 which will be held in Cologne on June 1 and 2.RK Vardar saved +8 from the first match against MOL Pick Szeged (31:23) in away match 25:29 despite minus of 9 goals in the first half (8:17).PGE Vive Kielce were on -11 in Paris, but at the end Talant Dujshebaev’s boys saved 34:24 from the first match in defeat – 26:35. ← Previous Story MISSION IMPOSSIBLE? Only team who beat RK Vardar with +9 and more… Next Story → (VIDEO) “Spanish war” in Szeged – Pastor leaves PRESS, Skube: Once again you showed what kind of person you are
FC Barcelona Lassa will play at EHF Champions League Final4 for the seventh time. The Spanish champions confirmed placement in routine 60 minutes at Blaugrana against HBC Nantes 29:26 (17:14) which lost all the chances after home defeat a week ago – 25:32. Xavi Pascual had a chance to give a time on the court to all his players who stay ahead of the motivated rivals.The Danish left back Lasse Andersson showed that he is still world class level after series of serious injuries, with five goals as the TOP scorer of the match.Barcelona-Nantes 29-26 (17-14)Barcelona: Lasse Andersson 5, Aitor Arino 4, Aleix Gomez 3, Nemanja Ilic 3 Victor Tomas 3, Dika Mem 3, Ludovic Fabregas 3, Aron Palmarsson 2 Raul Entrerrios 1, Gonzalo Peres De Vargas 1 Cedric Sorhaindo 1.Nantes: Nicolas Tournat 5, Valero Rivera 4, Romain Lagarde 4, David Balaguer 3, Kiril Lazarov 3, Eduardo Gurbindo 2, Romaric Guillo 2, Dragan Pechmalbec 1, Florian Delecroix 1, Julian Emonet 1.PHOTO: FCB Handbol Facebook FC Barcelona handball ← Previous Story “Guess who’s back?” – Telekom Veszprem fifth Cologne! Next Story → David Davis to be the first men who unite Budapest and Cologne
THW Kiel: N. Landin (1.-42., 8/1 saves), Wolff (42.-60., 5/1 saves); Duvnjak (3), Reinkind (1), M. Landin (4), Firnhaber, Weinhold (5), Wiencek, Ekberg (7/3), Rahmel, Dahmke, Zarabec (1), Bilyk (1), Pekeler (2), Nilsson (2);Füchse Berlin: Heinevetter (1.-16., 28.-60., 9 saves), Semisch (16.-28., 1 save); Wiede (2), Elisson (6/1), Holm (1), Struck, Mandalinic (1/1), Gojun, Lindberg (3), Zachrisson (3), Schmidt, Reißky, Koch, Marsenic (3), Drux (3); PHOTO: THW Kiel Facebook THW Kiel celebrate the fourth trophy in EHF Cup. The “Zebras” have won “German final” against Fuchse Berlin 26:22 (16:10) in front of home fans in sold out “Sparkassen Arena” in Kiel.The third place won FC Porto Sofarma by beating TT Holstebro 28:26. THW Kiel THW KIEL – FÜCHSE BERLIN: 26:22 (16:10) ← Previous Story THW Kiel and Fuchse Berlin for EHF Cup 2019 trophy Next Story → Marin Sipic from RK Nexe to RK PPD Zagreb
The Romanian Handball Federation announced parting ways with NT headcoach Ambros Martin.“I would like to thank Ambros Martin for everything he did for us. He instilled a professional attitude, yet the players always came with a big grin upon their faces to the national team,” said RHF president Dedu in a press conference.The new coach will be Tomas Ryde, the Swedish who already led Romania and won bronze medal at World Championship 2015 in Denmark.“I’m honoured to lead the Romanian team once again. I did not hesitate a second after the offer came to me, because I know the players, the staff and I like working with the current team,” said Ryde.“I’m happy to be back in Romania, I know the tasks at hand and I am eager to start working once again,” added the 58-year old Swedish coach, who will move to Bucharest in order to micromanage the Romanian side. ← Previous Story HOPE THAT CAREER ISN’T OVER. Katrin Lunde suffers knee injury Next Story → Siofok KC win Women’s EHF Cup 2018/2019 Ambros MartinRomanian handball FederationTomas Ryde
The preliminary group draw for the 22nd edition of the IHF Men’s Junior (U21) World Championship was held earlier today at the Provincial Council of Pontevedra in Spain, one of the two host cities, alongside Vigo in the Galicia region of the European country.The tournament is scheduled to throw-off on 16 July with the final set to take place on 28 July. The initial stage will see four preliminary groups of six teams each with the top four in each group going through to the eighth-finals, before progressing to the quarter-finals, semi-final and final.As organisers, Spain could choose which preliminary round group they wanted to be in.Spain 2019: Preliminary Group Draw – ResultGroup A: Slovenia, Spain, Serbia, Tunisia, Japan, USAGroup B: France, Egypt, Sweden, Nigeria, Korea, AustraliaGroup C: Portugal, Croatia, Hungary, Brazil, Bahrain, KosovoGroup D: Germany, Iceland, Norway, Argentina, Denmark, Chile Junior World Handball Championship 2019 ← Previous Story Marin Sipic from RK Nexe to RK PPD Zagreb Next Story → Momir Ilic retires: Time to say goodbye to handball
EHF Cup THW Kiel and Fuchse Berlin will play for the trophy of the Men’s EHF Cup at Sparkassen Arena on Saturday 20.45 hrs.TTH-Kiel 26-32 (14-16)TTH: Magnus Bramming 7, Kay Smits 5, Peter Balling 3, Mikkel Mortensen 3, Jonas Porup 3, Vignir Svavarsson 3, Lars Nielsen 1, John Östlund 1.Kiel: Niclas Ekberg 6, Lukas Nilsson 4, Hendrik Pekeler 4, Steffen Weinhold 4, Nikola Bilyk 3, Rune Dahmke 3, Domagoj Duvnjak 2, Miha Zarabec 2, Magnus Landin 1, Ole Rahmel 1, Harald Reinkind 1, Patrick Wiencek 1.Füchse Berlin – FC Porto 24:20 (12:8)Heinevetter, Semisch; Wiede 4, Elisson 3, Holm, Struck, Mandalinic, Gojun, Lindberg 5/2, Zachrisson 3, Schmidt, Reißky, Koch 2, Marsenic 1, Drux 6 ← Previous Story Men’s EHF Cup Final4 in Kiel – Host team favorite No.1 Next Story → THW Kiel win EHF Cup for the 4th time
A specific “war” between two best Croatian teams RK PPD Zagreb and RK Nexe has extension in transfer of the biggest Nexe’s star Marin Sipic to the team of champions.The 23-years old line-player has signed three years contract with the best team of his country after two seasons in Nasice.Sipic has debut at IHF World Championship 2019 in Germany and Denmark.RK PPD Zagreb won Croatian Cup on Sunday against RK Dubrava 35:28, only two days after semi-final in which they beat RK Nexe. Marin SipicRK NexeRK PPD Zagreb ← Previous Story THW Kiel win EHF Cup for the 4th time Next Story → Spain 2019: Host team with Slovenia, Serbia, USA, Japan and Tunisia
Telekom Veszprem are in another VELUX EHF Champions League Final! The Hungarian champions beat PGE Vive Kielce 33:30 (13:13) in the first semi-final of the spectacular event at Lanxess Arena in Cologne.In the first half Arpad Sterbik was the key person in Veszprem’s jersey until 21th minute, when he got injured, but in the second, the whole handball world has seen outstanding performance of Petar Nenadic who scored 12 goals and took his team into the last 60 minutes for the desired trophy…Veszprem-Vive Kielce 33-30 (13-13)Veszprem: Petar Nenadic 12, Dragan Gajic 5, Mate Lekai 4, Manuel Strlek 4, Laszlo Nagy 3, Kent Tönnesen 2, Blaz Blagotinsek 2, Momir Ilic 1.Vive Kielce: Alex Dujshebaev 7, Artsem Karalek 5, Luka Cindric 5, Uladzislau Kulesh 3, Blaz Janc 3, Arkadiusz Moryto 2, Marko Mamic 2, Mateusz Jachlewski 1, Mariusz Jurkiewicz 1, Angel Fernandez 1.Mandatory Credit © Jozo Cabraja / kolektiff ← Previous Story PLAYERS PARTY IN COLOGNE: Four selfies, the winner can be only one… Next Story → Mate Lekai: We want this trophy Petar NenadicTelekom Veszprem
Telekom Veszprem or RK Vardar Skopje? The first title for Hungarian powerhouse or second for Macedonian pride.Handball-Planet.com put four reasons for victory of both teams…TELEKOM VESZPREM“Bench, rotation – more energy”Definitely the first advantage of the Hungarian team. They had bigger rotation in semi-final and almost three hours more to rest. DAVIS KNOWS THE SYSTEMTelekom Veszprem coach David Davis worked for five years in Skopje. He knows system, players and mentality of the team very well.Velux EHF Champions League – Final 4 2019, HC Veszprem vs PGE Vive Kielce in LanXess Arena, Keln, Keln 01.06.2019. Mandatory Credit © Jozo Cabraja / kolektiffX FACTOR – Petar NenadicWhen Petar Nenadic play on his best level, he is unstoppable. The Serbian “one man show” had one of the greatest perfomance in the history of Final4 event with 12 goals against Kielce. If he keeps this level today….EMOTIONAL MOMENT – LAST MATCH OF NAGY and IlicLaszlo Nagy and Momir Ilic will have their last match in the final of the EHF CL. It will be even more motivated with their team-mates as well, to bring trophy to VeszpremRK VARDAR“Mentality”Mentality and team’s spirit, it is often explanation of amazing matches this season by RK Vardar players. RK Vardar definitely have “something”…Velux EHF Champions League – Final 4 2019, HC Veszprem vs PGE Vive Kielce in LanXess Arena, Keln, Keln 01.06.2019. Mandatory Credit © Jozo Cabraja / kolektiff“THE BEAST” KRISTOPANS – MILOSAVLJEVDainis Kristopans exploded with departure of the first shooter in the team – Vuko Borozan. Now, he overtook responsibility over shooting performance of the team, but also fighting like a lion in defensive line.Dejan Milosavljev becomes world’s class in few months. He left Vargas five saves behind in semi-final.“UNDERDOG” POSITIONThey are “outsiders”, they have been during season. They don’t deal with pressure, they have already this trophy at home from 2017.ON THE WINGS OF NATIONWhole country is behind the team. Euphoria in Skopje is on the level tough to describe… ← Previous Story Lasse Andersson (Barca): This is really sh.t Next Story → PHOTO: “Red wall” on the way to Lanxess Arena
12.Lemgo3411419861:88526 8.Goppingen3417215901:89936 2.Kiel3431031018:80662 3.SC Magdeburg3427071010:86754 SG Flensburg Handewitt 15.Stuttgart3410321912:99823 14.Minden3412121941:97625 5.MT Melsungen3421013922:90042 ← Previous Story Besiktas Mogaz lose most of foreign players Next Story → Aalborg Handbold are new Danish champions! 6.Fuchse Berlin3419015923:89838 18.Bietigheim-Metterzimmern346226809:98314 16.Ludwigshafen345425802:95514 SG Flensburg Handewitt are the new-old German champions! Team of Maik Machulla saved the advantage ahead of THW Kiel in the last match of the season against Bergischer 27:24. This is the third Championship title for the team from the German-Danish border.The second place is won by THW Kiel, who will take back the place at VELUX EHF Champions League. SC Magdeburg, Rhein Neckar Lowen, MT Melsungen and Fuchse Berlin will play at EHF Cup.Very interesting was in the relegation battle won by Ludvigshafen, the team who won 7 points in the last four matches and stay safe at the end after draw between Bietegheim and VfL Gummersbach 25:25, which put these two teams under the line.Bergischer – Flensburg-H. 24:27Bietigheim-Metterzimmern – Gummersbach 25:25Fuchse Berlin – HSG Wetzlar 25:27Goppingen – SC Magdeburg 24:31Kiel – Hannover-Burgdorf 30:26Leipzig – Rhein-Neckar 28:26Ludwigshafen – Minden 31:30MT Melsungen – Lemgo 31:27Stuttgart – Erlangen 27:28STANDING 9.Erlangen3414218853:88230 4.Rhein-Neckar342428960:85150 17.Gummersbach346226809:96314 PHOTO: SG Flensburg Handewitt Facebook 11.Leipzig3412319861:87127 10.HSG Wetzlar3414119859:88329 1.Flensburg-H.343202958:76864 7.Bergischer3418214891:88038 13.Hannover-Burgdorf3412220935:96026