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The District Upper Division workforce kicked HSG Horstein/Michelbach out of the corridor. HSG Odenwald is below MSG Groß-Zimmern/Dieburg and complains about a number of failures.

ODENWALDKREIS – There was just one clear victory for TV Beerfelden on the second day within the Handball District Upper League Odenwald/Spessart. The different three Odenwald groups needed to accept defeat.

TV Bierfelden – HSG Horstein/Michelbach 39:20 (14:10). The first quarter of an hour was pretty balanced, however after that Bayerfelden made a gentle comeback. There was no stopping TV, particularly within the second spherical, which allowed Michalbach to attain solely two targets within the first ten minutes and dragged on to 26:12. Since the hosts didn’t transfer their leg, the ultimate consequence was 39:20. Stephen Black additionally celebrated a full aggressive comeback with 5 targets.

The Birfeld gates have been additionally marked: Moritz Holshuh (8), Oliver Schwabel (7/3), Marek Bessel (6), Marvin Bessel (6), Felix Schneider (2), Bastian Müller (2), Lars Seifert (2) and Diego Ortega.

HSG Odenwald – MSG Groß-Zimmern/Dieburg 28:34 (15:19). With numerous personnel and with out Justin Hetzel, Marcel Walther (each unable to play professionally), Tom Ramb (unable to play privately) and Yannick Putz (torn ankle ligaments) the hosts went into video games towards high favorites. Gone. Since Timo Kredel additionally noticed a purple card firstly, the dedicated Odenwald gamers had nothing to realize on this sport. No matter what defensive formation HSG tried, Dieberg all the time had a solution prepared. It did not assist that Odenwald delivered a good efficiency offensively. Odenwald’s coach Andreas Gaubatz was not dissatisfied, saying, “You can solely win towards a favourite like Dieberg if every part suits and everyone seems to be on board. That wasn’t the case with us, however the boys nonetheless gave every part.”

Odenwald threw the aim: Gregor Beres (6/5), Moritz Ramb (5), Yannick Ripper (4), Tobias Weidmann (3), Julian Frolich (3), Philipp Rieg (3), Luc Deblitz (2), Louis Kissinger and Torsten Kredel.

MSG Großwallstadt II – HSG Erbach/Dorf-Erbach 36:30 (20:13). For a couple of quarter of an hour, Erbacher confirmed efficiency, enjoying in a relaxed and managed method. Four consecutive free balls have been bowled, which Grossvollstadt retaliated, then opened the win for the hosts, who had already drawn seven targets at half-time. Worse than the loss for HSG, nonetheless, is the absence of protection chief Jan Muller, who needed to depart the sector with a suspected cruciate ligament tear. “We fought nicely, however towards such a workforce it is troublesome with our squad,” stated Erbach’s participant coach Fritz Blosser, who gave particular reward for Maximilian Zimmermann’s efficiency (eight targets).

Other Erbacher targets scored: Samuel Rohr (8/4), Jan Muller (4/1), Kevin Merkel (3), Fritz Blosser (2), Patrizio Rendina (2), Andre Kruger (2) and Hendrik Oudehinken.

TV Niedernburg – HSG Rodenstein 28:27 (12:10). “Actually, we’re the higher workforce, however we won’t combat it,” stated Rodenstein’s participant coach Björn Beilstein after his second lack of the season. Particularly offensively, the friends discovered it troublesome towards Niedernberger’s 3-2-1 protection, which finally grew to become the primary downside of the sport. HSG, alternatively, have been good in protection and will have been within the lead at half-time, as Beilstein discovered. Instead, they ran after a shortfall of 10:12, which the friends have been in a position to flip round once more at 19:18 within the second spherical, however have been not in a position to flip the tide.

Rodenstein scored: Jochen Heist (8), Thomas Berg (5), Hans Seibert (4), Björn Beilstein (4/2), Kai Grossmann (3), John Vogler (2) and René Baer.


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