HE Attic Go Elche object to this Wednesday (20 hours)inside flag hope delaycorresponding to the party Week 14 of the Guerreras-Iberdrola League in front of the leader Super Amara Bera Berar from San Sebastian.
The meeting was moved forward because green fringe warriors play on Sunday (12 hours)also in Esperanza Lag, shock EHF European Cup quarter-final first leg Motive.co vs. Gijón.
The Elche team is having the best moment of the season. team Joaquín Rocamora is on a smashing streak with eight wins consecutive, league five (Grafometal La Rioja, Motive.co, Beti Onak, Caja Rural Aula Valladolid and Mecalia Atlético Guardés), one from the Cup (Porriño) and two from Serbia’s ZORK Jagodina from the last 16 of the European competition. AtticGo Elche does not lose fell against Porriño since last December 3 (21-26) In the Guerreras-Iberdrola League.
A trajectory that takes AtticGo to Costa del Sol Málaga is in fifth place with 16 points, just one behind Porriño and Rocasa Canariasare second, third and fourth in the classification. HE Bera Bera is the leader that draws attention with 24 pointsAfter winning 12 matches and a single loss.
Elche women survive in all three competitions.
This Wednesday, they’re going to have an important litmus test against the clear favourites, San Sebastian. Despite Sweet moment played at home by Franjiverdes Warriors, surprise cannot be ignored.
The main goal is the match against Gijón in the EHF European Cup on Sunday. But the first commitment is always important. Also, as Rocamora predicted, The best version of the team is seen between January and February.
The calendar run by the Elche team is complex, but the illusion and desire is to be able to do anything.
AtticGo Elche Handball Club thinks not only of the present but also of the future. Last week, it announced two season renewals of two of its main teen values: Paola Bernabé from Torrevieja and Zaira Benítez from Elda. And yesterday, Tuesday, he also formalized the extension of his contract. Catalan goalkeeper Nicole MoralesAfter five years with the team, he will take another route.
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