Hannover’s handball champions beat Winnhorst

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When Hanna returns: Hannover’s handball champions beat Winnhorst

Again for the Warriors on the board: Martin Hanna (in ball) in a check match at TuS Vinnhorst.

Hanover. Rekken circuit runner Ilya Brozovich raises a bottle of wine and cheers as if profitable a trophy. Six years later, Thomas Pape, health coach of the third division handball crew TuS Vinnhorst, has paid off his playing money owed. At that point, he misplaced to Brozovich, a runner of 100 meters. “I could not consider it on the time,” Pape says with amusing. TuS struggled in opposition to the tempo of TSV Hannover-Burgdorf in Friday’s check match, however carried out nicely in opposition to the Bundesliga facet and solely misplaced 28-34.

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“It was a win-win state of affairs for each groups. The boys used the chance to point out themselves, they carried out nicely,” TuS coach Davor Dominikovic stated. “I used to be joyful to be able to run. After first half, we had been generally too static and predictable within the second half, however in the long run we regained the momentum,” stated Rekken coach Christian Prokop.

Kulesh performs basketball

Vlad Kulesh bought the primary chortle. The 2.06m tall Belarusian did not run within the outdated Winnhorst corridor – virtually unattainable, however not his sport both. It pleases Justus Fisher, who will quickly do higher. But the main focus is on one other fighter: Martin Hann is again after greater than a yr of harm. Not solely does he throw 1-0, however he additionally units up a 2-0 from Fisher and is stable within the deal with. “It felt good,” Hannah stated.

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In the subsequent scene, there was a shock for TSV, as captain Marius Steinhauser got here off the sector and returned solely briefly. Apparently bruised hip. Max Gerbl comes at it and fails the fantastic TuS keeper Stephan Hannemann from the penalty spot. Winnhorster follows, shut at 5:6 and nonetheless good at 8:10. Falk Kolodziej, the TuS playmaker, does his job confidently. Both groups make a couple of errors, however change typically.

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The Warriors lack a left-hander

Problem for the Warriors: With Renars Uschins out with a torn calf muscle and Branko Vujovic nonetheless out for the World Cup, they’re with no left-handed participant within the backcourt. TSV handles this simply, which is most harmful in a tempo sport anyway. And lots comes out. From 11:9 to 17:10, the fighters will sit down. 20:14 on the break is nice.

In the second half, each groups change goalkeepers: Domenico Ebner for Rekken, Colin Rabiger for TuS. Both of them introduce themselves nicely. The warriors are clearly forward, and there’s nonetheless time for flax. After one other save by Ebner, Dominikovic gives to go on to his future membership in Leipzig. “You’re in the way in which right here,” he says with a smile. Winnhorster could not get any nearer than 5 objectives, however they nonetheless regarded sturdy. Always on the degree of a second division crew.

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Repetitive Objectives: Gerble 6, Pevnov 5, Mavers 5, Buchner 4, Hanna 4, Brozovich 3, Fischer 2, Steinhauser 2, Gautzsch 2, Kulesh 1.

Objectives of TuS: Kolodzie 6, Lungela 5, Gertges 5, Mazic 3, Schroeder 2, Hild 2, Kosta Diaz 2, Buntic 1, Otto 1, Durmaz 1.

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