Day two – EuroHockey Club Challenge II, Men, Prague

Posted On 8th June 2019

On the second day of the EuroHockey Club Challenge II in Prague, it was KPH Rača that had the break in Pool A (3 teams).
So the day started with a match HK Lipovci against AD Lousada. Lousada was first one to score from penalty corner however with the beginning of the second quarter Lipovci got penalty corner as well and equalized the score. After up and down game Lousada got into the lead again, this time with the advantage of two goals. Lipovci were able to answer with one field goal however Lousada kept the lead with increasing the score. End of the match, 2:6 for AD Lousada.
The second match was between Ardas Rudamina and Nacka LHK, both teams are in a great need for some points to be able to stay in this division. Rumina changed the score after a penalty corner and was able to keep the score unchanged till the 3rd quarter when Nacka LHK came refreshed from the half time break and stroke two goals in just a few minutes. In the last part of the match, Nacka scored two more times and won the match 4:1.
The last match was Grammarians HC v the host team, SK Slavia Praha. The first half was pretty equal and at the end was Slavia the one who got the advantage of scoring before half time break. Grammarians came back with the will to keep the game equal however Slavia scored really fast after the start of the third quarter. Then again. The Gibraltar team was able to answer with one goal but hosts were not about to let it be and achieved two more goals in the last 5 minutes of the match. Final score 5:1 for SK Slavia Praha.

Results 7th June:

Time Teams Title Scoreline
13:30 ARDAS – NACKA Pool B 1 – 4
11:15 LIPOVCI – LOUSADA Pool A 2 – 6

Games 8th June: 

Time Teams
09:45 3rd Pool A – 4th Pool B
12:00 1st Pool B – 2nd Pool A
14:15 1st Pool A – 2nd Pool B

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