DKB Bundesliga: “Black day” for HSV in Berlin!

first_img11TuS N-Lübbecke14608406 : 402+412 : 16 17TV Grosswallstadt142111353 : 386-335 : 23 Manuel Spath to join HSV Handball 2Rhein-Neckar Löwen141301392 : 346+4626 : 2 Related Items:dkb bundesliga, Fuchse Berlin, HSV Handball 7MT Melsungen13733370 : 347+2317 : 9 1THW Kiel141310473 : 350+12327 : 1 14VfL Gummersbach144010383 : 431-488 : 20 German trio and Wisla Plock for EHF European League 2021 trophy 13TBV Lemgo144010385 : 412-278 : 20 5SG Flensburg-Handewitt13823406 : 327+7918 : 8 THW Kiel win test in Berlin before EHF CL 2020/2021 start ShareTweetShareShareEmailCommentsIn the derby match of DKB Bundesliga in Berlin, HSV Handball was demolished by home side Fuchse 37:27 (19:11). Team of Martin Schwalb losing slowly the battle for EHF CL place in the next season…Füchse Berlin: Heinevetter (17 saves, 1.-60.); Stochl n.e.;  Lund 7, Laen 6, Igropulo 6/3, Nincevic 5, Romero 4, Sellin 3/1, Pevnov 2, Löffler 1, Wiede 1, Spoljaric 1, Jaszka 1, Drux, Bult n.e.HSV Handball: Beutler (1 saves., 1.-10.  36.-60.); Tahirovic (., 11.-16. ); Herrmann (1 P., 17.-35.); Kraus 7, Petersen 5, Lindberg 5/1, Schröder 4, Duvnjak 2, Hens 2, Flohr 1, Lijewski 1, Vori, Nilsson, Terzic n.e. 18TUSEM Essen140113352 : 451-991 : 27 4HSG Wetzlar14923417 : 390+2720 : 8 9SC Magdeburg14707415 : 402+1314 : 14 Click to comment ShareTweetShareShareEmail 3Füchse Berlin151023415 : 382+3322 : 8 16TV 1893 Neuhausen143110368 : 439-717 : 21 6HSV Hamburg15825441 : 423+1818 : 12 12HBW Balingen-Weilstetten14518374 : 416-4211 : 17 Recommended for you 8TSV Hannover-Burgdorf14815413 : 411+217 : 11 15TSV GWD Minden14329366 : 422-568 : 20 10FA Göppingen14617393 : 385+813 : 15 Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published.Comment Name Email Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.last_img read more

GAME NOTES: Argos to Finish Season vs. UAH and PBA

first_img Jordan Stone is one of five seniors who will be playing their final regular season games for UWF the next two days (Photo by Bill Stockland) HUNTSVILLE, Ala. – The West Florida women’s soccer team will finish the regular season over the next two days, facing Alabama-Huntsville on the road on Sunday and returning for a Monday afternoon match versus Palm Beach Atlantic at home.  The Argos have already clinched at least the No. 3 spot in the Gulf South Conference Tournament on Nov. 4 and 6 at Brosnaham Park.Live Coverage:Live Stats & Live Audio 2011 Women’s Soccer Game Notes:9/1 @ Barry, Nova Southeastern 9/8 @ #20 Rollins, Florida Southern 9/23 vs. West Alabama 9/29 @ West Georgia, vs. Valdosta State 10/6 vs. Ouachita Baptist, Harding 10/13 @ Christian Brothers, Delta State 10/22 vs. North Alabama 10/29 @ Alabama-Huntsville, vs. Palm Beach Atlantic GSC Tournament PairingsThe pairings for the 2011 GSC Tournament have been set, as the four teams advancing to Pensacola next weekend will be Alabama-Huntsville, North Alabama, Valdosta State and West Florida.  UNA has clinched the No. 1 seed and UAH will be the fourth seed.  VSU and UWF will play each other in the semifinals as the second and third spots; if UWF defeats or ties UAH on Sunday, they will be the second seed, but if they lose they will be the third seed.NCAA Regionals on the WayAn automatic bid to the NCAA South Regional will be on the line at the GSC Tournament, as the champion will be one of six teams from the South Region to advance.  UWF was ranked No. 8 in the most recent NCAA regional rankings, so the only sure way to secure a spot in the tournament will be winning the GSC championship next weekend.  Saint Leo and Rollins, ranked No. 1 and No. 2 in the region, are the most likely hosts for the two NCAA regional sites for the South Region.Senior DayAfter Sunday’s Gulf South Conference regular season finale, the Argos will return to Pensacola for the final home game of the year against Palm Beach Atlantic on Monday.  This year’s senior class includes five players, Lauren Byrd, Aveann Douglas, Tina Murray, Ali Ryan and Jordan Stone, that have all been significant contributors in their time at UWF.Streak Ends at 54The Argonauts’ regular season GSC winning streak came to an end last weekend in a 2-0 loss to North Alabama.  UWF had gone undefeated in regular season GSC play from Oct. 24, 2003 to Oct. 16, 2011, a streak spanning 54 games and eight seasons.  The Argos will look to start a new streak on Sunday at Alabama-Huntsville. Print Friendly Version Sharecenter_img GAME NOTES: Argos to Finish Season vs. UAH and PBAlast_img read more

WKD Pool Super League

first_imgTeamPWDLFA+/-Pts. The Butcher’s Arms125521361043215 O’Leary’s Sports Bar1113789131-425 Results & Standings Dec. 27 (week12) Megabreak Pool Lounge11443114106812 Shoot Pool12426111129-1810center_img Shoot Pool Ladies126241281121614 The Boom Boom Bar12714121119215 The Stag’s Head1212998142-444 Results: Shoot Pool Ladies 11 v 9 Megabreak Pool Lounge, The Boom Boom Bar 9 v 11 O’Leary’s Sports Bar, The Butcher’s Arms 11 v 9 Shoot Pool, The Stag’s Head 6 v 14 Cheers Barlast_img

Watson simply amazing at Crystal Bay

first_imgThere was more excellent golf as  Big Steve Truelove (c/h 9) was right in the mix with 40 points, followed by Nigel Perry (24) and Dick Warberg (21) with 39 points each.  Finally John Davis (14) got the final call on count back with 38 points.  Wow.  Maybe a layoff is good once in a while.We also celebrated Lek’s birthday when we got back to base.  Lek is the owner of the BJ’s Holiday Lodge, the place Tropical Golfers call home. The Tropical Golf GroupFriday, April 21, Crystal Bay – StablefordThe Songkran break is over, people are slowly filtering back into town or emerging from hibernation, and it’s time to get back to the golf.  Ahhh… if only all that water had been saved for the golf courses.  After the “What did you do during Songkran?” conversations, nineteen golfers saddled up and headed out last Friday.Our return to golf was to Crystal Bay.  Yes, start on an easier one and we were assigned the B & C courses.  Some people hadn’t seen the B-course before or often, and it is probably the most scenic and difficult of the three.  The course overall was in good to excellent condition.  At least Crystal Bay knows to leave some grass on the fairways and the greens were quite acceptable.Bob Watson celebrates with birthday girl Lek.The day was rather hot, but an earlier tee time helped avoid some of the worst temperatures.  After a layoff you would think the scores would be worse than usual.  Well you would be wrong.  Scores were quite good and unless you shot well clear of your handicap your job was to sit and clap.What to say about Bob Watson?  Awesome, amazing, bow down to thee uber-golfer!  Bob won the day with 42 points off his minuscule 7-handicap.  Those good with math will realize Bob shot 73 gross, a single lipped-out putt over par.  Those who normally gripe about winners by saying “But look at his handicap” go mute. Near Pins: Tom Herrington, Barry Elphick, Mick Coghlan, Gerd Riedler.Best Nines (non-winner):  Derek Brook, Mick Coghlan.last_img read more

CFA family hit by driving dangers

first_imgBy Garry Howe There was a yell, a bang… then nothing. Firefighter Tony Ward was on the phone to Nar…[To read the rest of this story Subscribe or Login to the Gazette Access Pass] Thanks for reading the Pakenham Berwick Gazette. Subscribe or Login to read the rest of this content with the Gazette Digital Access Pass subscription.last_img

A win for the sock exchange

first_imgBy Kyra Gillespie The noble efforts of a 10-year-old boy who collected thousands of pairs of socks and underwear for…[To read the rest of this story Subscribe or Login to the Gazette Access Pass] Thanks for reading the Pakenham Berwick Gazette. Subscribe or Login to read the rest of this content with the Gazette Digital Access Pass subscription.last_img