Day 1 – EuroHockey Indoor Club Challenge I, Women, Murska Sobota

Posted On 24th February 2018

24th February 2018: After the full and busy day at the EuroHockey Club Challenge I in Murska Sobota, FHC Akademik Plus Sofia and  Bolu Belediyesi Spor Kulübü were top of their respective pools. 

Game 1: Lisbon- Bolu 0-7

This was a good and interesting match. But the turkish were much faster than the Portuguese players. As it was fast playing and through that they scored.

Game 2: Pisa-Whitchurch 7-2

Pisa was a much stronger team but Whitchurch didn’t gave up and fought. But also the Italians are fast.

Game 3: Partille- Moravske Toplice 9-2

After a slow start the Swedish were getting better in their game and winning.  It was a interesting game to watch. 

Game 4: Akademik-Rača 3-3

This was a very equal teams and also interesting to look who will be better, but at the end neither team could get the win. 

Game 5: Lisbon-Pisa 1-4

Here Lisbon improved them selves, but the Italians were more experienced and faster but it was very interesting to see as there were beautiful shots and saves.

Game 6: Whitchurch-Bolu 0-6

The Turkish women were even much faster than in the first game. Fast passing and pressing for a goal but Whitchurch  had a good defence system, but couldn’t hold Bolu out. 

Game 7: Akademik- Partille 2-1

This was also a attractive game as both were equal and had missed chances in front of goal. But it was great match to watch.

Game 8: Moravske Toplice-Rača 3-1

This was also a complete different game then the 1st one also much faster which resulted in a goal in the first half and quit fast against. But the Slovenian team fought back and showed also a good game to watch.

All games are being Live Streamed on 

Saturday’s Games:

Time Teams Title Status
09:00 PISA – BOLU Pool B
11:20 PARTILLE – RACA Pool A
16:00 4th Pool A – 4th Pool B Pool C
17:10 3rd Pool A – 3rd Pool B Pool C
18:20 2nd Pool A – 2nd Pool B Pool D
19:30 1st Pool A – 1st Pool B Pool D


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