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24.08.2009, 09:17
Norway win W19 ECh in Hungary
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The Norwegians have beaten the hosts in the Final to claim their first ever title in this age category.
 

Norway win W19 ECh in Hungary

Over 2,800 fans visited the Final of the Women’s 19 European Championship in Győr’s Mihály Magvassy Sportshall on Sunday afternoon. The local fans have seen the Norwegian W19 team defeating Hungary by 29:27 (15:16) in a high quality game. Norway captured their first ever continental title in this age category.

Both finalists automatically qualified for next year’s U20 World Championship (IHF event) to be held in South Korea in August 2010.

Russia took the third place after beating Germany 29:24 (14:11) in the bronze medal game. The Fair Play award of the tournament went to Austria.

Final ranking:

1. Norway

2. Hungary

3. Russia

4. Germany

5. France

6. Spain

7. Sweden

8. Netherlands

9. Montenegro

10. Slovenia

11. Serbia

12. Poland

13. Denmark

14. Romania

15. Austria

16. Slovakia

All-star team:

Goalkeeper:

VÍG Vivien – HUN

Left wing:

MEHMEDOVIC Majda – MNE

Left back:

ZÁCSIK Szandra – HUN

Middle back:

NIKITINA Irina – RUS

Line player:

SNELDER Danick Albertine – NED

Right back:

MOERK Nora – NOR

Right wing:

KURTOVIC Amanda – NOR

 

 

Top scorer:

SCHEFFKNECHT Beate – AUT (61 goals)

Best defence player:

SCHULZE Luisa – GER

Most Valuable Player:

MOERK Nora – NOR

You can download all the results in a single pdf document by clicking here. Check out again the best moments of the championship in the photo galleries of the official website, www.u19euro2009.com.


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