Defeats towards their desk-topping neighbors not solely despatched them right down to the desk’s cellar, but additionally missed out on a leap into the unbeaten zone. Ideally, the hole between the HSGs may have been diminished to 2 factors, however now it has widened to 6 factors. While the Gekkos (12:22 factors) managed to chase down a protected midfield spot with their sixth win of the season, the promising aspect stay on the backside of the desk together with HSG Nahe-Glan and VTZ. Saarpfalz. As of in the present day, coach Theo Megalooikonomou’s males should be a minimum of two groups behind by the tip of the season to keep away from relegation. The variety of relegations could enhance if a number of groups from the Third Bundesliga are relegated to the Oberliga RPS. With mHSG Friesenheim-Hochdorf II and VTV Mundenheim one class above, two groups from the southwest are at the moment preventing for their sporting survival. From the standpoint of TuS Dansenberg II, the tremendous gau can be a relegation of the primary team, which might robotically result in relegation.
Three others had been injured
The future team’s hospital was full to bursting, with veterans Christopher Seitz, Jan Simgen and Yannick Grunau getting a additional stream forward of the development-setting recreation in Ekbachtal. Top scorer Steffen Kiefer, goalkeeper Markus Seitz and teenager Tobias Kurz have been recognized as failures. Henry Hofmann, who had been ailing all week, made himself accessible for the team, however needed to depart after 5 minutes. Robin Egelhoff had a barely longer day, seeing a pink card within the ninth minute when he returned from a torn cruciate ligament. He was changed by assistant coach Patrick Schulze as a result of lack of alternate options.
Despite the issues of the private team, the visitors began hotly, took a 4:1 (eighth) lead and had been capable of defend their benefit till the twentieth minute (10:9). The Geckos led 5-1 till 14:11 (thirtieth minute) however missed the tying aim halfway by the second half (21:21/forty fifth minute). Although the house team instantly took the lead and managed to increase it to 4 objectives (27:23/50), the victory threatened to slide away from them within the remaining levels. Dansenberg fought till 28:29 (57th), Ekbachtal defined every thing with a majority vote.
“It was very unhappy to lose. But I can not blame the fellows, all of them needed and had been very passionate. It was a highly regarded recreation, it ended very late,” Schulze analyzed. Dansenberger’s prime scorers had been Nils Bechtel (9/5) and Ben Koelsch (7).
It continues on Sunday (17:00/Layenberger-Sporthalle) with the West Palatinate derby towards SV 64 Zweibrücken, which Dansenberger surprisingly managed to drop a level within the first leg.