SEHA GSS: Meshkov secure third place before F6 in Veszprem

first_img4.Meshkov Brest171205482 : 44236 1.MKB-MVM Veszprem181701561 : 41351 8.Vojvodina182412444 : 51110 6.Nexe175111421 : 48216 3.PPD Zagreb181206480 : 41736 Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published.Comment Name Email Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Click to comment ShareTweetShareShareEmailCommentsBelarussian champions Meshkov Brest celebrated expected victory in Novi Sad against home team RK Vojvodina 36:25 (16:14). Zeljko Babic’s outfit ensured the third place at the end of the regular part of the season before the F4 tournament in Veszprem which will be held in the last week of March. The Serbian champions ended the season in the regional league with two wins, four draws and 12 defeats.RK Vojvodina’s coach Djordje Cirkovic has changed the main roles in his team as many of the most important players stayed on the bench or, like Curkovic and Datukashvili, on the stands, but the level of performance of some youngstars, as Jovanovic and Arsenic helped by little older Orbovic, was more than good.Vojvodina have been in lead 12:10 after 23 minutes of the match, when much more experienced Meshkov’s squad made turnover with a few good defensive actions and easy goals.The real demonstration of strength has been seen by Belarussian in the second half. Series 5:1 at the start of the second haf led by Dzianis Rutenka put visitors on +6 – 21:15, what was enough to secure the new triumph in the regional competition.Home team was in the game until 44th minute when difference was three goals – 20:23, but away squad overtook the control of the match until the very end with the TOP scorer, Dzainis Rutenka (9) in the main role…STANDINGS: 7.Metalurg175111380 : 41915 5.Tatran Prešov171007506 : 47830 10.Radnički172114450 : 5567 Related Items: 2.Vardar181503531 : 46245 9.Borac m:tel173113434 : 50910 ShareTweetShareShareEmaillast_img read more

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Muskegon Clippers hold on for a season-opening 6-5 win over Michigan Monarchs

first_img Thank you! This will help us improve your ad experience. We will try not to show you such ads again. Report a problem This item is… Bestseller Mail No. 25 Brian Martin is congratulated at the plate by teammate Jimmy Allen after belting the Clippers first homer of the season. Photo/Jason Goorman By Dave HartLocalSportsJournal.comMUSKEGON – The Muskegon Clippers gave their fans a little scare on opening night, nearly relinquishing a five-run lead.No. 25 Brian Martin is congratulated at the plate by teammate Jimmy Allen after belting the Clippers first homer of the season. Photo/Jason GoormanBut the Clippers managed to kill two late rallies and held on for a 6-5 victory over the Michigan Monarchs on Tuesday at Marsh Field in their 2019 season opener.It was hard to use the team’s performance to venture a guess on how the season might go. The Clippers came out flat offensively, but still managed to score six runs on just three hits.“Overall I thought we defended well, and we are just happy to get a win,” said Clippers manager Walt Gawkowski, whose team will host the Monarchs again on Wednesday in the second game of the three-game series. “It’s never going to be easy in this league.”“I think offensively this team is going to be really good,” the manager added. “We weren’t great tonight, but we are going to be, so that’s the least of my concerns. Obviously sometimes it’s not how many you get, but when you get them and how far they go.”Muskegon trailed 1-0 after allowing a solo home run to the Monarchs’ Gavin Doyle in the second inning.The Clippers finally cracked the scoreboard in the fourth frame on a single by Jimmy Allen, followed by a two-run homer from Brian Martin.“I was facing a college teammate,” said Martin, who plays his college ball at Michigan State. “I figured he was going to throw me a fastball and he threw it.”The Clippers increased their lead to 3-1 in the fifth inning on a sacrifice fly by Rob Zurawski, scoring Ty Olejnik.Muskegon’s Brady Miller delivers the opening pitch to the 2019 season. Photo/Jason GoormanShane Easter increased Muskegon’s lead to 5-1 with a two-run homer in the seventh inning.The Clippers scored their final run on a sacrifice fly by Zurawski later in the seventh.The Monarchs fought back in the eighth inning, scoring two runs to cut their deficit to 6-3. They had the bases loaded with two outs before lining out to Clipper first basemen Martin to end the threat.The Monarchs kept pushing in the ninth inning with two outs, scoring on an RBI single by Doyle and on a Muskegon error.They had the tying run at second base and the go-ahead run at first before Mitchell Smith struck out to end the contest.Clippers starting pitcher Brady Miller had a no-decision, tossing four innings while allowing one run on five hits and striking out eight batters.Muskegon’s reliever Dane Ambrustmacher got the win, throwing 3 2/3 innings while allowing two runs on four hits. Closer Antonio Walker managed to get his first save of the season in one inning of relief. $26.86$49.99 Add Comments (Max 320 characters) Inappropriate / Offensive Displayed poorly Muskegon second baseman Nolan Bryant has to jump up to catch the throw to second base on a Monarch steal. 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