MTV Muden is named the first derby winner in the males’s handball regional higher league: the Ortz boys ultimately safely defeated the “Bears” from HBV 91 Celle in Hermannsburg with a 26:20 (8:9) end. And VfL Westercelle additionally acquired his first win: MTV acquired nearer than it ought to have with 32:31 in opposition to Tostedt.
MTV Mueden – HBV 91 Cell 26:20 (8:9)
MTV was greater than happy after begin to the season – which many won’t have believed it was succesful of. However, the circle duel started something however fascinating. No objectives have been scored in the first 4 minutes, then HBV got here into the first sport. Tired didn’t get the trick proper. And when the alternative arose, Sele’s goalkeeper Sergei Lutz stood in the manner. Furthermore, HBV pulled off the tempo skillfully and performed very lengthy strikes, whereas Muden needed to attain objectives with momentum. Meanwhile the “Bears” led 4:1 and seven:4, however Mudden was up once more by the break.
18 objectives in half two
From MTV’s level of view, the second half was a lot better on the offensive (18 objectives), the photographs have been extra centered and the regular protection all the time opened up alternatives to counterattack. In addition, the house group of goalkeepers Fabian Jablonski and Felix Eggers took the lead. Strong participant coach Torben Ehlert was additionally satisfied.
too many particular person actions
The temper was barely completely different for the short-staffed visitor, who additionally misplaced playwright Benjamin Kaplik on quick discover. Coach Moritz Kaplik acquired off to begin, however too many particular person actions and too few joint actions and hardly any construction. “Whatever we did properly in the first half, we went to the dressing room in the second half. We have so much of work forward of us.”
MTV Muiden: F in purpose. Eggers, F. Jablonski; Mais, Ehlert (6), Engelke (3), Nedelko, D. Jablonsky Y. Jablonski (2), Vorsdorfer (4), Bock (4), Borchert, Schmull (1/1).
HBV 91 Cell: Lutz in Target; Kentall, Donner (2), Bahr (4), Sievert (3), Reinbold (9/2), Steichert, Jake (2).
VfL Westersel – MTV Toasted 32:31 (15:12)
Luka Schnoor was out for a short while, however VfL actually needed to win and take the strain off. Everything scratched after 8:3 (tenth) by unmatched player-coach Jane-Patrick Tiede. But the visitor, who acted very unconventionally, particularly in the assault, brought about issues for VfL with repeated shock throws. So the Toastadors crawled in with the robust Michael Stander and managed to equalize 25:25 in the 51st minute.
robust younger sewerling
Now it was the robust younger Liam-Bailey Severling who took issues into her personal fingers. He scored 26:25 and with astonishing calmness led the group to victory. “We are deserving winners all through the sport,” stated Tiede, who observed a number of small errors that made life troublesome for the black and yellow group. Ultimately, although, it was a group effort that received.
VFL Westercell: Gabriel in the Gate; Werner (6/1), Laubenstein (7), Tiede (9), Seemann, Brunschoen, D. Müller (4), Wöhler, Suslick, Petersen, Klaproth (4), l.-b. Seaverling (4), Fairy.