Rot Weiss Köln win the Women’s EuroHockey Club Trophy as action packed Challenges end

Posted On 16th May 2016

On the final day of our competitions, here’s the latest round up of all our women’s  Trophy and Challenges around Europe.

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Here is the round-up of the Women’s Trophy and Challenge events:

EuroHockey Club Trophy – Barcelona, Spain

In the day’s opener, Italy’s SG Amsicora fell to Ukraine’s MSC Sumchanka, who easily secured a 5th place finish. 0-3 (0:2)

The Bronze medal match between host Real Club de Polo and HC Minsk was a heated match, with some amazing action and goals. After 70 minutes, the match was still a draw at  3-3. Elensa Shazina and Sofia Casanelli both scored twice for HC Minsk and Polo respectively. The match had to be decided by penalty shoot-out. The first shoot-out also finished in a draw, but the second go HC Minsk edged out Polo and took the bronze home.  3-3 (2:1)

The Eurohockey Club Champions Trophy women ended this Monday in Barcelona with Rot Weiss Köln emerging victorious.  The German side beat Belgium’s Royal Antwerp in the final 4-2 (2-1). At half time, Rot Weiss Köln dominated 2-1 thanks to the goals of Christina Schröder and Franzisca Hauke. Two more goals at the beginning of the second half allowed a three goal advantage for the Germans, as Royal Antwerp’s Manuela Urroz closed the score narrowed the difference 15 minutes before the end. 4-2 (2-1)

Final Ranking

1. Rot-Weiss Köln (GER)

2. Royal Antwerp (BEL)

3. HC Minsk (BLR)

4. Real Club de Polo de Barcelona (ESP)

5. MSC Sumchanka (UKR)

6. SG Amsicora ASD (ITA)

7. GHC Ritm Grodno (BLR)

EuroHockey Club Challenge I – Prague, Czech Republic

At the last day of the tournament, the host SK Slavia Prague met SV Arminen for the first match of the day. Prague got the best of their opponent and secured the win.  2-0 (1:0)

Polisportiva Ferrini Cagliari fell to Swansea City HC in the second match of the day. Although Cagliari opened the score, Swansea equalised before the half time whilstle. After the break, Swansea kept pushing and widened the difference by 3 more goals. 1-4 (1:1)

University of Edinburgh won today against HC Donchanka. An early lead was easily sustained by Edinburgh who walked away with the win. 3-0 (2:0)

A great match between Gintra Strekte Uni HC and Ulster Elks. Gintra Strekte lost its first match of the tournament against a great Ulster Elks, who kept the pressure up to secure the win. Rebecca Barry (#11) scored two of the three goals. 0-3 (0:3)

Final Ranking

1. University of Edinburgh Womens HC (SCO)

1. Ulster Elks (IRL)

3. Gintra Strekte Uni (LTU)

3. HC Donchanka (RUS)

5. SK Slavia Praha (CZE)

5. Swansea City LHC (WAL)

7. Polisportiva Ferrini Cagliari (ITA)

7. SV Arminen (AUT)

EuroHockey Club Challenge II – Lille, France

An early start in Lille for HC Hostivar and Black Boys HC Geneve. A lone goal in the middle of the first half decided the match. 0-1 (0:1)

A great match for Rotweiss Wettingen against Kecioren Baglum SK. Wettingen’s Captain and #15 Stephanie Walti scored two of the 5 Swiss goals. 5-1 (2:0)

Waterloo Ducks achieved their fourth straight win against Scotland’s Grove Menzieshill, thanks to six goals (three in each half), finishing the tournament undefeated.

Host Lille MHC met fellow French team Iris Hockey Lambersart in the tournament closer. Lille went in undefeated, and fought hard, but Lambersart was determined. A great match which kept the spectators cheering until the end. 1-2 (1:2)

Final Ranking

1. Waterloo Ducks HC (BEL)

1. Iris Hockey Lambersart (FRA)

3. Lille MHC (FRA)

3. Grove Menzieshill (SCO)

5. HC Rotweiss Wettingen (SUI)

5. Black Boys HC Geneve (SUI)

7. HC Hostivar (CZE)

7. Keçiören Bağlum (TUR)

EuroHockey  Club Challenge III – Gibraltar, Gibraltar

First match up of the day was HAHK Mladost meeting local team Hawks Ladies. Mladost easily won, scoring two goals each half. 4-0 (2:0)

The second game saw HFTC Tauras meet Navax AHTC Wien. An intense game played in the midday heat of 25 degrees with a NAVAX AHTC win. 0-2 (0:0)

The last game of the tournament between Cardiff University and Eagles HC, to a loud home crowd. Cardiff  took the win with an impressive four goals scored by #8, Eliza Brett. 5-3 (3:0)

Fair Play Trophy – HAHK Mladost (CRO)

Top GoalScorer – Eliza Brett, Cardiff University (WAL)

Best Player – Fiona Felbert, NAVAX AHTC Wien (AUT)

Best Goalkeeper – Rasa Cepiene, HFTC Tauras (LTU)

Final Ranking

1. Cardiff University (WAL)


3. HFTC Tauras (LTU)

3. Eagles (GIB)

5. Nacka LHK (SWE)

5. HAHK Mladost (CRO)

7. Hawks Ladies (GIB)

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