Göppingen defeats HC Erlangen
THW Kiel wins at HSG Wetzlar with 27:23.
“That was very wild in between, but in the end our defense stood,” said Kiel's Steffen Weinhold at Sky. After six goalless opening minutes, the Kiel, who had lost the last two games in Wetzlar, pushed hard on the pace. Especially on the left attack side with Rune Dahmke came the team of THW coach Alfred Gislason to a 6-1 lead (12: 9). Sovereign was the game of the guests but not. At 20:20 (47th) and 23:23 (54th) the HSG had made the balance. With a 4-0 draw in the last six minutes of the game, the THW came to the final deserved victory.
Bietigheim beats Hannover
In the relegation battle put the SG BBM Bietigheim with the 29:27 on the TSV Hannover-Burgdorf an exclamation point. At break, the SG was still with 13:16 behind. Bietigheim now has eleven plus points as the VfL Gummersbach, but on Saturday against the TBV Lemgo Lippe can refill.
Minden and Göppingen are successful
The TSV GWD Minden came to a 31:30 (15:14) victory at the TVB 1898 Stuttgart. Frisch On Göppingen, after the 25:23 (11: 8) over the HC Erlangen still dream of an EHF Cup participation in the coming season.