The games keep coming thick and fast in the Womens OB I as the fourth matchday once again saw the favourites win. UVSE, Fradi, BVSC and Dunaujvaros all keep their 100% record while Szeged got their first win of the season at home to Tatabanya.
Szeged 13-6 Tatabanya (2-0, 2-2, 4-2, 5-2)
Szeged: B. Gyongyosi, K. Szabo 2, R. Milkos 1, K. Jenei 1, S. Tatrai 2, L. Raski, M. Pap, R. Bickei, Z. Armai 1, R. Korom 3, Z. Botka 1, N. Haszmos, D. Pinter Bonita, L. Kucsera
Tatabanya: S. Zirighne, H. Zantleitner, N. Zantleitner 2, P. Zink, B. Orban, T. Zold, K. Hollosi, L. Soti, E. Rajna 2, E. Cser, M. Szedlak 2, B. Bozso
Szeged earnt some much needed points in the first game on Wednesday with a win at fellow-strugglers Tatabanya. It was the former Szentes player, Reka Korom, who led the scoring with three goals, while Szabo, Tatrai and Raski all secured two goals each.
The win for Gabor Lako’s side was much needed, and lifts them to sixth place above Tatabanya, who have only won one game so far this campaign last weekend against Gyor.
BVSC 13-2 GYVSE Gyor (3-0, 2-0, 5-2, 3-0)
BVSC: Z. Hajdu, F. Fekete 1, Z. Horak, D. Alaksza 2, A. Krenusz 1, T. Farkas 2, K. Hnatyszyn 1, D. Leimeter 2, Z. Polak 1, N. Kele 1, N. Alaksza, A. Gemes 2, C. Dobos, K. Kakas
Gyor: E. Kiss, A. Farkas, L. Frater, J. Vaszari, D. Torok 1, V. Nemeth, V. Huszti, D. Huszti, P. Kovacs, D. Horvarth, I. Droth, K. Kurucz 1, L. Torma.
BVSC remain in fourth with an easy win over Gyor. The first half was low-scoring, but thanks to two goals from Tamara Farkas gave the home side a 5-0 lead. Dorina Torok and Kata Kurucz both netted in the third period for Gyor, but it was not enough for the University side to even compete.
Keruleti TVE 6-19 Dunaujvaros (1-6, 2-5, 2-1, 1-7)
Keruleti: B. Papai, B. Konda, K. Kenez, L. Koncz 4, H. Illes, C. Palasti, P. Kudella, K. Kovacs, K. Papp, K. Gasparics, N. Koltay 2, M. Dulic
Dunaujvaros: L. Maczko, Dorottya Szilagyi 8, N. Sajben, G. Gurisatti 5, B. Horvath, G. Mahieu, N. Szabo, K. Garda 1, A. Mucsy 1, L. Somogyvari 1, R. Pal 1, C. Szellak 1, N. Sumegi 1, S. Buis
Dunaujvaros stay unbeaten with a heathy victory over Keruleti yesterday. As usual, it was Dunaujvaros’ two Hungarian medal winners from Tokyo, Dorottya Szilagyi (8) and Greta Gurisatti (5) with the lion’s share of the goals.
Hanna Koncz struck four, and Nadin Koltay grabbed a brace, but Keruleti could hardly lay a glove on DFVE – who are now third on goal difference.
Szentes 6-16 Ferencvaros (1-3, 1-5, 2-2, 2-6)
Szentes: R. Aranyi, V. Varga 1, A. Hevesi, K. Macsai, V. Dankina, L. Horvath, N. de Vries, I. Mihaly-Kadar, V. Bonca 1, A. Tyukasz 1, R. Kover-Kis 2, F. Toth, J. Forgo 1, J. Futsi Molnar
Ferencvaros: K. Cseho-Kovacsne, P. Petik, Z. Mate 1, M. Regos 1, P. Pocze 1, V. Kovesdi 1, M. Koopman, A. Illes 4, Z. Kuna, V. Valyi 3, D. Toth 3, D. Domsodi 2, S. Felkai, L. Gyarfas
Ferencvaros are up to second in the league with a dominant away performance over Szentes. Anna Illes was in good goal scoring with four, while her international team-mate, Vanda Valyi secured three goals.
It was an important win for the side from Budapest to build some momentum, as they face stiff opposition next weekend against local rivals BVSC. Szentes, on the other hand, despite a strong start, have now lost two on the bounce. Mark Matajsz’s face Dunaujvaros next.
ZF Eger 10-17 UVSE
Eger: A. Kiss, E. Weston 2, K. Menczinger, L. Dorina Dobi 3, D. Molnar, Z. Katona, R. Parkanyi, D. Czigany 5, Z. Galicz, A. Keresztes, I. Borsi, K. Bodi, S. Szilagyi, D. Turi
UVSE: A. Magyari, T. Aubeli 4, D. Abel-Antal 4, L. Forgacs, G. Szucs 1, R. Keszthelyi-Nagy 3, V. Baksa, Z. Koka, P. Szegedi, N. Rybanska 3, R. Radli, K. Peresztegi-Nagy, K. Hajdu 1, S. Golopencza
Four goals apiece from Tekla Aubeli and Dora Abel-Antal ensured UVSE defeated Eger and remain top of the OB I on goal difference. There were also hat-tricks for Hungarian internationals, Rita Keszthelyi and Natasa Rybanska.
Eger’s Dora Czigany was outstanding in the game, converting on five occasions , but it was not enough to give her side their first points of the season. Peter Biros will be working hard in the pool this week to ensure his side take maximum points next weekend as they travel to Tatabanya.