Hurry-Up survives in Wallonia

Hurry-Up survives in Wallonia
Hurry-Up survives in Wallonia

Hurry-Up has not often left the hall of competitor Visé from Wallonia with a victory. Tonight it was hit: 23-25.

After Hurry-Up 6-10, Visé came back to 10-11 at halftime. In the spring, the white-blues still crowned themselves Belgian champions by dethroning Achilles Bocholt after penalty throws.

In the black away kit of Hurry-Up, acquisitions Valter Soares, Daniél Tako and Patrick Miedema (photo) showed themselves for the first time in the BENE-League. The latter came over from HSG Nordhorn-Lingen and completed the hour in the attack on behalf of the visitors.

After the break, left corner player Goncalo Gracio came in on behalf of the guests from Drenthe. The fast Portuguese made five out of six and saw Hurry-Up lead (19-23).

Visé came back to score (23-24) and hit the crossbar in the final phase. Thirty seconds before the end, Miedema decided the game in favor of Hurry-Up with an underhand ball.

Due to European obligations, Hurry-Up is already playing in the BENE-League next Thursday evening. After the home game against PhD student Eupen, the formation of Joop Fiege will board the bus to Luxembourg on Friday morning, where the orange shirts will show themselves in the first round of the EHF European Cup in the weekend.

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Photo: Tina Kolthof

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