Dinamo Minsk wins Belarussian derby beats Brest Meshkov

babicevbaranovbogdanovbozicBrestBrest MeshkovcepulisdinamoDinamo Minskkaracicknjazevmeshkovminskpejanovicrutenkasevaljevicvukic Brest Meshkov announced that they will try to dethrone Dinamo Minsk as the sole ruler of Belarussian handball this season, but so far it isn’t being successfull. In the first derby this season between these two teams, Dinamo Minsk beat Brest Meshkov away. The Champions-League participant traced their way for a possible new title with a 31:28 (18:14) victory.Meshkov (Brest) – Dinamo (Minsk) 28:31 (14:18)Brest Meshkov: Božić, Čerepenjko – Đukić, Kolesnev (1), Ataevas (2), Prakapenja (3), Knjazev (4), Šumak, Vukić (3), Grosas, Karačić, Tatarin (10), Ušal, Baranov (5).Dinamo Minsk: Pejanović, Bogdanov – Ševaljević (1), Rutenko (7), Babičev (2), Ševelev, Doroщuk, Čepulis, Nikulenkov (6), Ataman (8), Stesora (4), Ostrouško, Brovko (3).Dinamo Minsk plays in the Group Phase with RK Zagreb, Barcelona, Pick Szeged, Kadetten and Fuchse Berlin. ← Previous Story Paris HC still “gelling” team, Hansen, Abalo and Kopljar only 6/20 Next Story → Ryabakh candidate to succeed Trefilov at Russia’s Women NT read more

Dagur decided Uwe Gensheimer stays captain

← Previous Story Bregenz wins Austrian derby against Alpla Hard! Next Story → Men’s EHF EURO 2020 with 24 teams in three countries The new German national team coach, Dagur Sigurdsson (41), ahead of the his debut as coach against the Switzerland, has decided that the current captain, Uwe Gensheimer, deserves to remain national team captain. The 27-year has so far 90 caps. “I’m delighted to have been given the trust by Dagur, and I know that I have to manage a very good team with strong personalities”, said Gensheimer on the honour. Dagur SigurdssonhandballUwe Gensheimer read more