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2018 Women's Junior U20 WCh (Hungary)

Postby Wbk » Mon Aug 14, 2017 10:51 am

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The playing dates are 1 to 14 July. The hosting city is Debrecen.

Players born in 1998-1999 and younger involved, players must be aged at least 16 at the same time. It is the last international event for this youth generation, therefore, it has no following consequences for other competitions.
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Re: 2018 Women's Junior U20 WCh (Hungary)

Postby Wbk » Mon Aug 14, 2017 10:51 am

Already qualified teams (8 out of 24):

Image Hungary (qualified as: Organiser)

Image Russia (qualified as: Winner of the 2016 Youth U18 WCh)

Image South Korea (qualified as: Winner of the 2017 Junior U19 Asian Championships)
Image China (Runner-up the 2017 Junior U19 Asian Championships)
Image Japan (3rd place at the 2017 Junior U19 Asian Championships)
Image Kazakhstan (4th place at the 2017 Junior U19 Asian Championships)

Image France (qualified as: Winner of the 2017 Junior U19 EURO)
Image Denmark (3rd place at the 2017 Junior U19 EURO)


Road for remaining (16) teams to qualify:

>> 3 teams: ranked 1st-3rd at the 2017 Junior U19 African Championships (to be held in Ivory Coast in September 2017)

>> 3 teams: ranked 1st-3rd at the 2018 Junior U20 Panamerican Championships (to be held in Bolivia in spring 2018)

>> 9 teams: successful teams from the 2018 European qualification (to be played in spring 2018)

>> 1 team: winner of the 2017-2018 Oceania U19-U20 Junior Championships. Most likely this event won't take place, so the spot should be given to the top ranked continent at the preceding Junior U20 WCh (held in 2016), which is Europe => one more team to qualify from the European qualification^

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Re: 2018 Women's Junior U20 WCh (Hungary)

Postby Wbk » Sun Sep 10, 2017 8:56 pm

Update on already qualified teams, after the 2017 Women's Junior (U19) African Nations Championships ended in Abidjan (CIV) tonight.

Teams from seven countries participated. Behind the two main favs (ANG & EGY), a huge fight was seen for the bronze medal, meaning also the last WCh spot. In the end, all five teams ranked 3rd-7th earned 4 points, therefore the goal difference from their h2h matches had to decide. Both Mali and DR Congo could not convert their "matchpoints" into a necessary win, and with that, hosts have become the lucky team.


List of already qualified teams (11 out of 24):

Image Hungary (qualified as: organiser)

Image Russia (qualified as: Winner of the 2016 Youth U18 WCh)

Image South Korea (qualified as: winner of the 2017 Junior U19 Asian Championships)
Image China (runner-up of the 2017 Junior U19 Asian Championships)
Image Japan (3rd place at the 2017 Junior U19 Asian Championships)
Image Kazakhstan (4th place at the 2017 Junior U19 Asian Championships)

Image France (qualified as: winner of the 2017 Junior U19 EURO)
Image Denmark (3rd place at the 2017 Junior U19 EURO)

Image Angola (qualified as: winner of the 2017 Junior U19 African Nations Championships)
Image Egypt (runner-up of the 2017 Junior U19 African Nations Championships)
Image Ivory Coast (3rd place at the 2017 Junior U19 African Nations Championships)


Road for remaining (13) teams to qualify:

>> 3 teams: ranked 1st-3rd at the 2018 Junior U20 Panamerican Championships (to be held in Bolivia, preliminary date: March 2018)

>> 9 teams: successful teams from the 2018 European qualification (to be played on 23-25 March 2018)

>> 1 team: winner of the 2017-2018 Oceania U19-U20 Junior Championships. Most likely this event won't take place, so the spot should be given to the top ranked continent at the preceding Junior U20 WCh (held in 2016), which is Europe => one more team to qualify from the European qualification^
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Re: 2018 Women's Junior U20 WCh (Hungary)

Postby Wbk » Tue Nov 21, 2017 11:26 am

Wbk wrote:Road for remaining (13) teams to qualify:
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>> 9 teams: successful teams from the 2018 European qualification (to be played on 23-25 March 2018)
(...)

European qualification drawn:

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From Groups 1 and 2, the first two teams will qualify. From Groups 3 to 7, only the respective first ranked team earns a spot at the final tournament.

Hosting rights draw: Group 3 > Group 2 > Group 1 > Group 4. The teams which were awarded with the right to organise the W19 EHF EURO 2017 qualification groups do not have the right to be the organiser of a 2018 WU20 World Championship Qualification group: CRO, CZE, ESP, GER, GRE, MKD, SVK, except in the situation where none of the other teams in the respective group is willing to organise the tournament.
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Re: 2018 Women's Junior U20 WCh (Hungary)

Postby swarthofole » Tue Nov 21, 2017 1:15 pm

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Re: 2018 Women's Junior U20 WCh (Hungary)

Postby Doru Delavale » Tue Nov 21, 2017 6:37 pm

A cruel tough and balanced group Number 3.....with only one qualifyed team. Holland have the first chance on paper but..... :?:

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Re: 2018 Women's Junior U20 WCh (Hungary)

Postby Wbk » Tue Nov 21, 2017 6:53 pm

Doru Delavale wrote:A cruel tough and balanced group Number 3.....with only one qualifyed team. Holland have the first chance on paper but..... :?:

I expect two teams to go through from this group in the end, let's wait for coming news.

Wbk wrote:>> 1 team: winner of the 2017-2018 Oceania U19-U20 Junior Championships. Most likely this event won't take place, so the spot should be given to the top ranked continent at the preceding Junior U20 WCh (held in 2016), which is Europe => one more team to qualify from the European qualification^

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Re: 2018 Women's Junior U20 WCh (Hungary)

Postby Scheersberg » Tue Nov 21, 2017 7:01 pm

As an organiser you first need tot qualify? Why for group 1 and 2, 2 teams will qualify and in the other Groups only 1 team?

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Re: 2018 Women's Junior U20 WCh (Hungary)

Postby Wbk » Thu Feb 22, 2018 4:25 pm

It was announced that:

* the tournament will take place in one city only: Debrecen

* Only 3 instead of 4 teams from the 2017 Junior U19 Asian Championships are qualified for the event (WCh ticket taken away from Kazakhstan), an extra place was awarded to Europe

* Oceania withdrew, and an extra place was awarded to Europe

http://ihf.info/en-us/mediacentre/news/ ... px?ID=5543


List of already qualified teams (10 out of 24):

Image Hungary (qualified as: organiser)

Image Russia (qualified as: Winner of the 2016 Youth U18 WCh)

Image South Korea (qualified as: winner of the 2017 Junior U19 Asian Championships)
Image China (runner-up of the 2017 Junior U19 Asian Championships)
Image Japan (3rd place at the 2017 Junior U19 Asian Championships)

Image France (qualified as: winner of the 2017 Junior U19 EURO)
Image Denmark (3rd place at the 2017 Junior U19 EURO)

Image Angola (qualified as: winner of the 2017 Junior U19 African Nations Championships)
Image Egypt (runner-up of the 2017 Junior U19 African Nations Championships)
Image Ivory Coast (3rd place at the 2017 Junior U19 African Nations Championships)


Road for remaining (14) teams to qualify:

>> 3 teams: ranked 1st-3rd at the 2018 Junior U20 Panamerican Championships (Bolivia will not host the event as was originally announced; finally it will take place in Goiânia, Brazil, on 21-25 March 2018)

>> 11 teams: successful teams from the 2018 European qualification (to be played on 23-25 March 2018)
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Re: 2018 Women's Junior U20 WCh (Hungary)

Postby Germanicus » Thu Feb 22, 2018 5:10 pm

In Debrecen there are two halls, approx. twenty meters apart from each other. The smaller one (in the right side of the picture), Hódos, with 1,300 seats, the bigger one (in the left side), Főnix, with 7,000.
U18/U20 WChs were recently usually organized in two halls.
In conclusion, I declare that EHF must be destroyed

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Re: 2018 Women's Junior U20 WCh (Hungary)

Postby Wbk » Thu Feb 22, 2018 9:06 pm

Wbk wrote:From Groups 1 and 2, the first two teams will qualify. From Groups 3 to 7, only the respective first ranked team earns a spot at the final tournament.
Wbk wrote:
Doru Delavale wrote:A cruel tough and balanced group Number 3.....with only one qualifyed team. Holland have the first chance on paper but..... :?:

I expect two teams to go through from this group in the end, let's wait for coming news.

As two more additional spots were awarded to Europe meanwhile, in the upcoming European qualification first two teams (instead of group winner only) also from the Groups 3 and 4 should qualify. Awaiting EHF's confirmation.

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Re: 2018 Women's Junior U20 WCh (Hungary)

Postby Doru Delavale » Fri Feb 23, 2018 6:06 pm

Wbk wrote:
Wbk wrote:From Groups 1 and 2, the first two teams will qualify. From Groups 3 to 7, only the respective first ranked team earns a spot at the final tournament.
Wbk wrote:
Doru Delavale wrote:A cruel tough and balanced group Number 3.....with only one qualifyed team. Holland have the first chance on paper but..... :?:

I expect two teams to go through from this group in the end, let's wait for coming news.

As two more additional spots were awarded to Europe meanwhile, in the upcoming European qualification first two teams (instead of group winner only) also from the Groups 3 and 4 should qualify. Awaiting EHF's confirmation.

In the end Serbia(Slovakia) was disadvantaged...in favour of Iceland (Germany).

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Re: 2018 Women's Junior U20 WCh (Hungary)

Postby Wbk » Thu Mar 01, 2018 4:48 pm

On the matter of upcoming European qualification, Group 5 (SRB, NOR, SVK, KOS), to be played in Kragujevac, Serbia:

Due to the vulnerability of the group, respectively due to the confrontation of Kosovo with Serbia, the EHF has decided that all matches should be played without national symbols, i.e. the flags of the participating countries.

Such a conditions was not accepted by the Handball Federation of Kosovo and was also contested by the Slovak Handball Federation.

Kosovo will only participate if the flag and anthem presentation is allowed.

http://www.koha.net/sport/78333/kosova- ... pa-flamur/
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Re: 2018 Women's Junior U20 WCh (Hungary)

Postby Germanicus » Thu Mar 01, 2018 7:09 pm

EHF is blind. I can't understand them. Last year they let Macedonia and Greece play against each other, this year Kosovo and Serbia, and that in Serbia. Foolness and incapability in the highest possible level.
In conclusion, I declare that EHF must be destroyed

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Re: 2018 Women's Junior U20 WCh (Hungary)

Postby Doru Delavale » Thu Mar 01, 2018 7:25 pm

Germanicus wrote:EHF is blind. I can't understand them. Last year they let Macedonia and Greece play against each other, this year Kosovo and Serbia, and that in Serbia. Foolness and incapability in the highest possible level.

These sensible situations could be easily avoided...just need some "imagination"... :roll:

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Re: 2018 Women's Junior U20 WCh (Hungary)

Postby Germanicus » Thu Mar 01, 2018 7:46 pm

Doru Delavale wrote:
Germanicus wrote:EHF is blind. I can't understand them. Last year they let Macedonia and Greece play against each other, this year Kosovo and Serbia, and that in Serbia. Foolness and incapability in the highest possible level.

These sensible situations could be easily avoided...just need some "imagination"... :roll:

Exactly.
In conclusion, I declare that EHF must be destroyed

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Re: 2018 Women's Junior U20 WCh (Hungary)

Postby Silviu » Thu Mar 01, 2018 8:38 pm

@Germanicus: I can see your point of view, but I think these countries should settle their disputes themselves. EHF is not a political body and every national federation should abide by its set of rules if it really wants to play in an EHF sponsored competition. I don't think it's EHF's business to do equilibristics between, let's say, Russia/Ukraine, Turkey/Greece or Turkey/Cyprus, Greece/Macedonia, Serbia/Kosovo and so on. Ok, let's imagine that EHF could do something to make sure that any of these opposing teams won't face each other in the qualifications phase, but what is going to happen if some of them will meet in the knock-out phase? Will we going to ask for another magic trick from EHF?

The question for me is how was it possible for the federation of Kosovo to join a handball body whose 15 of its members doesn't recognize it as a state. Let me be clear, I'm not against it, I think every handball team in the world should be allowed to play for the sake of this sport, I just wonder how it was procedurally possible.

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Re: 2018 Women's Junior U20 WCh (Hungary)

Postby Bo$ko » Thu Mar 01, 2018 10:11 pm

Silviu, you can't compare any of mentioned situations with Serbia-Kosovo one.

Wbk wrote:Kosovo will only participate if the flag and anthem presentation is allowed.

Cool, so they will stay at home, instead of being humiliated. :lol:
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Re: 2018 Women's Junior U20 WCh (Hungary)

Postby Wbk » Mon Mar 05, 2018 7:16 pm

Wbk wrote:On the matter of upcoming European qualification, Group 5 (SRB, NOR, SVK, KOS), to be played in Kragujevac, Serbia:

Due to the vulnerability of the group, respectively due to the confrontation of Kosovo with Serbia, the EHF has decided that all matches should be played without national symbols, i.e. the flags of the participating countries.

Such a conditions was not accepted by the Handball Federation of Kosovo and was also contested by the Slovak Handball Federation.

Kosovo will only participate if the flag and anthem presentation is allowed.

http://www.koha.net/sport/78333/kosova- ... pa-flamur/

It may be moved, to be played in Slovakia.
http://www.zurnal.rs/rukomet/reprezenta ... u-slovacku

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Re: 2018 Women's Junior U20 WCh (Hungary)

Postby Doru Delavale » Thu Mar 08, 2018 5:31 pm

National youth RO squad ready to encounter Croatia,Georgia, Ukraine (coaches : G.Tadici,B.Burcea)
• GK : Daciana Hosu (Corona Braşov), Raluca Kelemen (HC Zalău), Diana Ciucă (HCM Rm. Vâlcea)
• LW : Bianca Marin (CSM Bucureşti), Andreea Mihart (Danubius Galaţi)
• LB : Sorina Tîrcă (Corona Braşov), Andreea Vakariu (Dacia Mioveni), Diana Nichitean (HC Zalău), Andreea Târşoagă (Olimpic Tg. Mureş)
• CB : Alexandra Severin (Dinamo), Raluca Petruş (U Cluj), Lorena Stoican (SCM Craiova), Alexandra Banciu (Dinamo)
• RB : Andreea Tecar (Minaur Baia Mare), Daria Bucur (Corona Braşov)
• RW : Alexandra Badea (HCM Rm. Vâlcea), Ana Maria Berbece (U Cluj)
• Pivots : Teodora Popescu (SCM Craiova), Andreea Stângă (HC Zalău)
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Re: 2018 Women's Junior U20 WCh (Hungary)

Postby Joana » Fri Mar 16, 2018 5:47 pm

Wbk wrote:
Wbk wrote:On the matter of upcoming European qualification, Group 5 (SRB, NOR, SVK, KOS), to be played in Kragujevac, Serbia:

Due to the vulnerability of the group, respectively due to the confrontation of Kosovo with Serbia, the EHF has decided that all matches should be played without national symbols, i.e. the flags of the participating countries.

Such a conditions was not accepted by the Handball Federation of Kosovo and was also contested by the Slovak Handball Federation.

Kosovo will only participate if the flag and anthem presentation is allowed.

http://www.koha.net/sport/78333/kosova- ... pa-flamur/

It may be moved, to be played in Slovakia.
http://www.zurnal.rs/rukomet/reprezenta ... u-slovacku


In the end, it'd going to be played in Kragujevac after all, but without flags and anthems. Hopefully everything will go well and orderly. :-k
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Re: 2018 Women's Junior U20 WCh (Hungary)

Postby Doru Delavale » Sun Mar 18, 2018 1:16 pm

Matches btwn Romania and Croatia, Georgia and Ukraine in Cluj 23-24-25 march but it is not clear for me these matches will be in Horia Demian Hall or Polivalenta Hall where'll be disputed Romania -Russia on 25th of march ?

Some of players manage to play some minutes in Liga Nationala : Sorina Tirca,Daria Bucur ,Raluca Petrus,Ana Maria Berbece and less Alexandra Badea,Bianca Marin...

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Re: 2018 Women's Junior U20 WCh (Hungary)

Postby HB9 » Tue Mar 20, 2018 7:20 am

Are there any streams? Please list them here.

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Re: 2018 Women's Junior U20 WCh (Hungary)

Postby Bo$ko » Tue Mar 20, 2018 11:34 am

Montenegro doesn't want to risk with qualification for WCh.
Tatjana Brnović will play in the second match against Switzerland, a day after the rematch vs Poland with senior team. =D>
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Re: 2018 Women's Junior U20 WCh (Hungary)

Postby wossen » Tue Mar 20, 2018 1:23 pm

Six games (not only the romanian games) in the Cluj-Napoca-Group will be transmitted from the Romanian State TV - TVR 2 and/or hd.

Great - there will be a lot of unoffical streams (TVRs official streams are very effective geoblocked)


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