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Re: Youth handball

Postby Faith » Sun Mar 25, 2018 12:21 pm

U18 friendly tournament in Hungary

TEAMS:
Hungary U18: Noémi Magera, Gréta Hadfi, Dóra Szabó (goalkeepers), Sára Afentáler, Rebeka Arany, Kíra Bánfai, Gréta Kácsor, Dóra Kellerman, Csenge Kuczora, Tamara Pál, Natalie Schatzl, Armilla Simon, Zsófia Stranigg, Nina Szabó, Nikolett Tóth, Emőke Varga

Netherlands U18: Trooster, van der Linden, Rovers, Amsen, de Boer, Hilbrands, Kruijswijk, Krullaars, Sprengers, Theron, Tutert, van der Baan, van der Geest, van der Vliet, van der Zeijden, van Diepen

Norway U18:
Skogstrand, Ulsaker, Kjolholdt, T. Rushfeldt, Granum, Rakstad, L. Rushfeldt, Tornes, Eiriksson, Figenschau, Novak, Arnstad, Hattestad, Moen, Hesselberg, Hansen

Denmark U18: Askvist, Hedegaard, Bjerre, Johansen, Frokjaer-Jensen, Steffensen, Laursen, Kristensen, Hansen, Wiersba, Faatoft, Andreasen, Kolster, Orkild, Halilcevic, Jochumsen

RESULTS:

HUN – NED 39-27 (20-14)
Details: http://keziszovetseg.hu/v2h/010/003/p_0 ... 20tornajan

HUN – NOR 33-21 (17-12)
Details: http://www.keziszovetseg.hu/v2h/010/009 ... s_kod=2775

HUN – DEN 39-26 (19-14)
Details: http://keziszovetseg.hu/v2h/010/009/p_0 ... s_kod=2776

NOR – DEN 26-25 (15-16)

NED – DEN 27-26 (14-14)

NED - NOR 30-28 (16-15)



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Re: Youth handball

Postby Gojira » Sun Mar 25, 2018 10:22 pm

Agrokom Handball Youth Cup 2018, Mar 23-25, Rostov (U18 tournament)

March 23

Poland - Belarus 32:31 (18:15)

Russia - Rostov-Don-2 32:20 (15:11)

March 24

Poland - Rostov-Don-2 34:19 (18:7)

Russia - Belarus 35:19 (19:9)

March 25

Russia - Poland 30:17 (20:11)

Belarus - Rostov-Don-2 23:22 (12:11)

Team of the tournament:

GK: Anna Vereshchak
LW: Ekaterina Levchina
LB: Elena Mikhaylichenko
LP: Alina Sinel'nikova
CB: Kristina Mukhina
RB: Darya Voronova (Belarus)
RW: Ekaterina Mayorova

MVP: Elena Mikhaylichenko
Best scorer: Darya Voronova (Belarus), 19 goals

It was a very enjoyable tournament. It showed that several of the Russian U19 players had experience in senior teams.

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Re: Youth handball

Postby Scheersberg » Mon Mar 26, 2018 1:51 pm

Faith wrote:U18 friendly tournament in Hungary


Netherlands U18: Trooster, van der Linden, Rovers, Amsen, de Boer, Hilbrands, Kruijswijk, Krullaars, Sprengers, Theron, Tutert, van der Baan, van der Geest, van der Vliet, van der Zeijden, van Diepen

Maybe more gossip related :D, but Beau de Boer is the daughter of Frank de Boer, former Ajax Amsterdam football player (CL winner), Barcelona Player and Ajax coach. He was in Ungary actually to see his daughter play.

She is playing for VOC Amsterdam and in Januari 2018 made her debut in the first team. VOC Amsterdam is not a professional handball team, budget will be in the order of 30-50k€, there was no budget to play CL, that would cost 15k€, they could not afford that. But they "invest" a lot in their U16 and U18 teams.

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Re: Youth handball

Postby Germanicus » Mon Apr 30, 2018 10:45 am

Do you have a strong regulation in Denmark about U20 players that are selected in the national team (Kristina Jörgensen, currently, or AM Hansen four years ago)? I know they are not called in U20 any more, I'd like to know whether it's only some common sense, or is regulated.
In conclusion, I declare that EHF must be destroyed

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Re: Youth handball

Postby red and white » Mon Apr 30, 2018 12:23 pm

Germanicus wrote:Do you have a strong regulation in Denmark about U20 players that are selected in the national team (Kristina Jörgensen, currently, or AM Hansen four years ago)? I know they are not called in U20 any more, I'd like to know whether it's only some common sense, or is regulated.


Good question. I´m not sure if the rule is formalized - written down on paper - but I don´t think it is. However, there is an informal rule that a player can only play for one national team at the same time. The coaches speak of this in a matter of factual fashion and it´s not something which is assessed based on the individual player. The moment players like AM Hansen, Tranborg and Kristina Jørgensen have their senior NT debut, they are no longer part of the U20 NT. The purpose is to protect the health of the player.

It´s a huge blow for our current U20 NT that they have to do without Jørgensen this summer. It will most likely cost them a medal.

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Re: Youth handball

Postby vlad_impaler » Thu Jul 05, 2018 1:59 am

Carpathian Trophy (Youth & Juniors)

Award Ceremony:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ll9Iabg2ipc

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Re: Youth handball

Postby Faith » Sat Jul 14, 2018 8:11 am

U-18 friendly tournament at Balatonboglár, Hungary:

Hungary: Herczeg, Magera, Szabó D. (goalkeepers), Albek, Arany, Bánfai, Borgyos, Györfi, Kellermann, Kuczora, Pál 5, Schatzl, Simon, Szilovics, Tóth, Vámos, Varga
Romania: Chetraru, Ciuca (goalkeepers), Balaceanu, Barabas, Cace, Coman, Dragnea, Jipa, Kerekes, Lascateu, Lupascu, Mincu, Moraru, Necula, Pica, Valcan
France: Boiteux, Andre, Portes (goalkeepers), Dembele, Deschamps, Foppa, Jacques, Jarrige, Kouaya, Lachaize, Lasm, Leblevec, Louis, Mariot, Ouattara, Peillon, Wajoka
Russia: Kolesnikova (goalkeeper), Cherniaeva, Duleva, Goriacheva, Karabutova, Kirdiasheva, Krahmaleva, Levchina, Malorova, Muchina, Sidnina, Sineinikova, Skivko, Smirnova, Smirnova, Turusina, Vereshchak

Hungary - Russia 30-23 (14-8)
http://www.keziszovetseg.hu/v2h/010/009 ... s_kod=2822

Hungary - Romania 24-22 (16-7)
http://www.keziszovetseg.hu/v2h/010/009 ... s_kod=2823

Hungary - France 26-24 (12-10)
http://www.keziszovetseg.hu/v2h/010/009 ... s_kod=2824

France - Russia 20-16 (9-12)
Romania - France 26-24
Romania won against Russia, but there's no further information.

Final standing:
1. Hungary
2. Romania
3. France
4. Russia

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Re: Youth handball

Postby Wbk » Sat Jul 14, 2018 9:28 am

Faith wrote:U-18 friendly tournament at Balatonboglár, Hungary:

...

Romania won against Russia, but there's no further information.

22-21 (10-11) for Romania.

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Re: Youth handball

Postby vlad_impaler » Sat Jul 14, 2018 10:49 pm

Wbk wrote:
22-21 (10-11) for Romania.


I am impressed we won over France and Russia and recovered big against Hungary. Honestly we had Hungary first and our girls were really tired after the Carpathian Trophy. In Cluj imo we looked bad, plus coach Amariei (Lung) left home a very talented girl if I am not wrong. I just hope Amariei will do better than Tadici, a top 6 should be the objective considering this generation is weakened by many absences (!). Since U17... But who knows, U17 competition was well balanced!

It's our problem, we have some great generations, some less greater. We can't link like Denmark and Russia. But honestly recently I have seen Denmark and Russia dethroned and I haven't seen them until now on 7th position or so. This means youth and junior handball is very balanced now. We lost a bit though Spain and especially Sweden. But about 7 nations + Germany sometimes are fighting for medals almost equally.


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