Italija, Mađarska, Španija i Francuska tijesno do vize za Olimpijske igre!

Uzbudljivo je bilo šestog dana kvalifikacionog turnira za Olimpijske igre u Trstu, odigrana su četiri meča i sva četiri bila su tijesna, na kraju plasman u Rio obezbijedili su Italija, Mađarska, Španija i Francuska koja će igrati Olimpijske igre prvi put poslije 24 godine.

Oni su se tako pridružili Australiji, Brazilu, Hrvatskoj, Grčkoj, Japanu, Crnoj Gori, Srbiji i SAD-u. Žrijeb za grupe na programu je u nedjelju u Trstu.

Rezultati:
31. 16:00 1A-4B Hungary-Germany 8-7
32. 17:30 2A-3B Canada-Spain 7-8
33. 19:00 3A-2B France-Netherlands 12-11 after penalty shootouts
34. 20:30 4A-1B Romania-Italy 7-8

Game 31 – 16.00 Hungary-Germany 8-7 (1-0, 4-2; 2-1, 1-4)

Hungary: 1. Viktor Nagy, 2.Gergo Zalanki, 3. Krisztian Manhercz (2), 4. Balasz Erdely (2), 5. Marton Vamos, 6. Norbert Hosnyanszky (1), 7. Adam Decker, 8. Marton Szivos (1), 9. Daniel Varga ©, 10. Denes Varga (3, 2P), 11. Krisztian Bedo, 12. Balasz Harai, 13. David Bisztritsanyi. Head Coach: Tibor Benedek.

Germany: 1. Roger Kong, 2. Erik Bukowski (2), 3. Christian Schlanstedt, 4. Julian Real © (1), 5. Tobias Preuss, 6.Maurice Jungling, 7. Heiko Nossek (2), 8. Paul Schuler, 9. Marko Stamm, 10. Mateo Cuk (1), 11. Marin Restovic (1), 12. Dennis Eidner, 13. Tim Hohne. Head Coach: Patrick Weissinger.

 

Game 32 – 17.30 Canada-Spain 7-8 (1-2, 2-2; 0-3, 4-1)

Canada: 1. Dusan Aleksic, 2. Constantin Kudaba (1), 3. Oliver Vikalo (), 4.Nicolas Constantin Bicari, 5. Justin Boyd (2), 6. Scott Robinson (), 7. David Lapins, 8. Kevin Graham © (1), 9. Dusan Radoscic, 10. John Conway (1), 11. Giorges Torakis, 12. Jared McElroy (2), 13. Robin Randall. Head Coach: Giuseppe Porzio.

Spain: 1. Inaki Aguilar, 2. Alberto Munarriz, 3. Alejandro Busto, 4. Ricard Alarcon (1), 5. Guillermo Molina (3, 2P), 6. Marc Minguell , 7.Balasz Sziranyi , 8. Albert Espanol (1), 9. Roger Tahull, 10. Francisco Fernandez , 11. Blai Mallarach (1), 12. Gonzalo Echenique (2), 13. Daniel Lopez. Head Coach: Gabriel Hernandez.

 

Game 33 – 19.00 France-Netherlands 12-11 after penalty shootouts - 8-8 after regular time (1-3, 2-1; 2-2, 3-2 ;4-3)

France: 1. Remi Garsau, 2. Remi Saudadier, 3. Igor Kovacevic, 4. Romain Blary, 5. Enzo Khasz, 6. Thibaut Simon (1), 7.Ugo Crousillat, 8. Michal Izdinsky (1), 9. Mehdi Marzouki (2), 10. Mathieu Peisson (1), 11. Petar Tomasevic, 12. Alexandre Camarasa © (3), 13. Billy Noyon. Head Coach: Florian Bruzzo.

Netherlands: 1. Eelco Wagenaar, 2. Yoran Frauenfelder (1), 3. Jorn Winkelhorst (1), 4. Ruud Van der Horst, 5. Lucas Gielen (2), 6. Robin Lindhout (2), 7. Lars Cottemaker, 8. Lars Reuten, 9. Josep Van der Bersselaar, 10. Roeland Spijker ©, 11. Jesse Koopman, 12. Thomas Lucas (2), 13. Ruben Hoepelman. Head Coach: Robin Van Galen.

 

Game 34 – 20.30 Romania-Italy 7-8 (0-2, 3-2; 3-3, 1-1)

Romania: 1. Dragos Stonescu, 2. Cosmin Radu © (1), 3. Tiberiu Negrean (1), 4. Mihnea Gheorghe (3), 5. Nicolae Oanta, 6. Dan Andrei Busila, 7. Daniel Teohari, 8. Mihnea Chioveanu, 9. Dimitri Goanta, 10. Roland Szabo, 11. Alexandru Ghiban (2), 12. Alex Popoviciu, 13. Marius Tic. Head Coach: Dejan Stanojevic.

Italy: 1. Stefano Tempesti©, 2. Francesco Di Fulvio (2), 3. Niccolò Gitto, 4. Pietro Figlioli (2), 5. Alex Giorgetti, 6. Michael Bodegas, 7. Alessandro Velotto, 8. Alessandro Nora, 9. Christian Presciutti (1), 10. Stefano Luongo (1), 11. Matteo Aicardi (1), 12. Fabio Baraldi (1), 13. Marco Del Lungo. Head Coach. Alessandro Campagna.