Only HSG Werra have house rights in the WHO Men’s Handball District Premier League this weekend. SG Schenklengsfeld could have to compete with their groups away. And T.V. Hersfeld II males’s and ladies’s video games in district larger leagues have began.
HSG Werra WHO – Hünfelder SV II (Saturday, 17:30, Obersul, first leg: 23:21). The Werratal gaming group wants to continue its progress trend. The enemy is a bag. Hunfeld II is all the time present in altering formations and also you by no means know who will present up.
WHO could have to focus closely on the guests’ proper aspect as Leon Wald and ex-TVH participant Lars Matthiessen are throwing sturdy gamers there. The aim of the crew round player-coach Jan-Uwe Bertz must be to put in a targeted efficiency all through the season. Apart from long-term accidents, Felix Schneider is not going to be obtainable.
HSG Vulkan Vogelsberg – SG Schenklengsfeld (Saturday, 18:00, first leg: 26:25). Landecker will play the first recreation of the second half of the season in Lauterbach. “Because of our private scenario, each recreation shall be tough for us. Benjamin Appel and Mike Bauman joined the long-term injured. In addition, Alexander Fischer and Lucas Nunn is not going to take part. The younger gamers could have extra recreation share and we have now to enhance from recreation to recreation,” SG coach Achim Birkel stated.
HSG Waldhessen – SG Schenklengsfeld (Sunday, 14.30, Bebra, first leg: 27:26). SG must be in the derby when third in the desk. “We can play freely as a result of Waldhessen likes this recreation. “We want to management scorer Eva Golkowski early so we will actually make it tough for the opposition,” Alicia Wedel stated. “Our gamers have to be concerned all through the season and above all they’ve to enhance their judgment,” added the player-coach.
Your crew will certainly miss Inka Poser for skilled causes. There remains to be a query behind the use of skilled participant Catherine Maron. “We received the first recreation 27-26,” recollects Waldhessen coach Sascha Kepert. “I might get the end result once more.”
It was as shut as his crew bought the earlier week: HSG took a five-goal lead at 9:20 p.m. in Korle/Guckhagen, then let their bread and butter get the higher of them. Kepert’s greatest concern is that the crew – as soon as once more – is not going to play at a constant stage for greater than 60 minutes. The coach and the crew questioned what prompted the truancy. The lack of health belies Kepert, who notes that many gamers do additional train. “Maybe it is a headache,” he speculates. HSG could have to do with out Yvonne Durnbeck and Bianca Naumann-Einhorn. pf/rai