D1 Game report: TSV Haunstetten – TS Herzogenaurach

April 16, 2018 D1 Game report: TSV Haunstetten – TS Herzogenaurach 2018-04-16T16: 51: 37 + 00: 00 1st Team Ladies , All Reports

For the TSV Haunstetten, the goal is getting closer

After the 26:16 victory against Herzogenaurach is still a point game on the program. Another victory then is the TSV Haunstetten in the promotion relegation.

At the end of the penultimate day of the match, team spokeswoman Sabrina Duschner once more emphatically proclaimed the big goal, which the handball players of TSV Haunstetten are striving for, against the 300 or so home fans in the Albert-Loderer-Halle: “We hope to see you here in two weeks to see the relegation again – and then in the next season in the second league, “she said to the fans applause. Motivated and strengthened by the recently sealed 26:16 (12: 6) home win against TS Herzogenaurach, Haunstetterinnen feel ready for the decisive phase in the promotion battle.

Because before the last regular matchday of the season, the protégés of coach Herbert are leading the standings and now look forward to the showdown next weekend, where they can secure the championship in the third division South with a win at HSG Freiburg. This is followed by two relegation games. If they win these too, they would be back in League Two exactly one year after relegation.

Noble: “We are not stable enough yet”

“At first we did not know how this season would be going, after all, six players left us. But we are now on the penultimate round in the first place, “Duschner brought the favorable starting position to the point and reminded again of the new beginning in September 2017. After the descent, the team was in a change, younger players had to be held responsible. It all took time, but now works better and better. Nevertheless, coach makes Noble thought, if the resurgence may not come a bit early: “Of course we want to go up, so we do all the work. But we just are not stable enough yet. There are still so many performance fluctuations. Our last second league team was recorded over the years, “he warns against too much expectations.

The offensive lacks “a little steam”

However, he also admires how much his protégés have already matured and grown together in the current season. What they showed against Herzogenaurach sometimes impressively. At least from the moment they had finally cracked the guest defense with patient patience – in the last five minutes of the first half. “We were lucky that our goalkeeper Leni Frey got some good balls out at that point and then we got away,” said Vornehm. But lacked the coach in the offensive “a little steam”. But with increasing playing time the actions became more consistent and successful. “An overall good team performance,” praised Vornehm his team, which had a safe and valuable backing in goal in Magdalena Frey. “I know how difficult it is to fall behind. That’s why at every ball I pretend to hold it, so we can sit down, “she says, smiling:” I’m generally better for throws that come from below than for high ones. Fortunately, they threw a lot from below. ” So the goalkeeper could contribute their decisive share to the victory. And your outlook on the decisive game in Freiburg next week? “We will give everything, but hopefully not be too excited. We will fight as a team and see what comes out. “In the best case, the championship title and promotion.

TSV Haunstetten Frey, Schmidt; Bohnet (1) Smotzek, Horner (1), Niebert (2), Skalicanova, Duschner (5), Irmler (9/3), Hansel (3), Knöpfle (3), Schmid (2)