Handball TSV Weilheim beat Kaufbeuren/Neugablonz

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Overcome the opponent: Even the guests SG Kaufbeuren/Neugablonz couldn’t cease Weilheim’s profitable streak (in purple shirts, right here Max Ostyover). © Emanuel Gronau

At occasions the sport become a nasty move fest. Weilheim’s handball gamers left the sphere blissful after their residence sport towards Kaufbeuren/Neigablonz.

Weilheim – Handball gamers of TSV Weilheim efficiently accomplished the primary half of the season within the district league. In the house sport towards SG Kaufbeuren/Neugablonz, the residents of the district celebrated their seventh victory with a rating of 34:29 (15:16), which secured the third place. “I’m happy with the boys, it was an excellent sport,” stated workforce spokesman Lucas Schwendele, who lately took over teaching after injuring his knee in Ottobeuren.

Weilheim lacks the mandatory consistency in exploiting alternatives

The sport began very evenly. After 5:5 (ninth), the hosts slowly gained the lead. The protection grew to become increasingly more constant and the ensuing possession was used increasingly more by Weilheimer to easily rating. In addition, outdoors gamers Korbinian Wimmer and Tim Spiegler had been good at creating many probabilities. However, there was nonetheless room for enchancment when it got here to recycling. Nevertheless, TSV handball gamers bounced again with 5 objectives. As a outcome, all Weilheimers lacked the consistency wanted within the remaining. “And the final minutes earlier than halftime had been a catastrophe,” Schwendele stated. He was angered by a really poor pass-fest from his protégés, who had been coolly punished by Kaufberer with 4 objectives in a row. The receipt was the house workforce’s deficit at halftime.

In the second half, Weilheim set the course for victory early

After the break, they ran after him for a short while. Four consecutive hits put them forward once more. Goalkeeper Benjamin Jilg was additionally profitable. removes a number of the finest options from guests. As a outcome, Weilheimer defended the lead despite the fact that SG hit the joint a number of occasions. In the ultimate stage, Max Ostyover secured a barely bigger lead with a three-pack. The sport was determined after sixth-ranked Kaufberer missed a penalty, and Timo Weinmann elevated it to 31:25 (fifty fifth). “After that, we performed it with confidence,” stated a visibly glad Schwendele.

Big sport towards second positioned Würm-Meet in Janhalle

On Sunday (January 29), the Weilheim handball gamers welcome second-placed HSG Würm-Mitt (6, Janhalle) to start out the second half of the season. Würmthal discovered the primary of two losses towards the friends at 25:37.

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Weilheim gamers and objectives: Tim Spiegler (7), Maximilian Osthover (6), Korbinian Wimmer (6/1 penalty), Phillip Bauer (4), Nicolas Beinlich (4), Timo Weinmann (3), Andreas Kunz (2), Lucas Beer (1), Moritz Krause (1), Julius Krause, Benjamin Leppert; Goalkeepers: Benedikt Blacek, Benjamin Jilg.

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