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Champions League Men - 8 Dec 2013

Easy job for Tyumen


Russian Tyumen defeated Budaorsi 2i SC 3:0 in Round 5 of Women`s European Champions League to save the chances to reach semis, but it will be very hard. In last round of Group B, on December 20th, Tyumen (2-3 score) will meet Zamek (3-2) away, and Polish

Russian Tyumen defeated Budaorsi 2i SC 3:0 in Round 5 of Women`s European Champions League to save the chances to reach semis, but it will be very hard. In last round of Group B, on December 20th, Tyumen (2-3 score) will meet Zamek (3-2) away, and Polish champion has big advantage from first clash (3:0, 9:3 in sets). Last season`s finalist Budaorsi (0-5) still has no victory and in ultimate game it will host reigning champion Linz AG Froschberg (5-0).

Polina MIKHAILOVA beat Dora MADARASZ in straight games of opening match at Tyumen. It was totally different meeting than previous one at Hungary where MADARASZ won 3:0.

Former individual European champion Ruta PASKAUSKIENE, the hero of first match between these two clubs, overcame Szandra PERGEL in four sets, as she did at Hungary. Finally, Alexandra PRIVALOVA was better than Maria FAZEKAS who beat her in previous encounter.

Group B: Tyumen – Budaorsi 2i SC 3:0
Polina MIKHAILOVA – Dora MADARASZ 3:0 (11:4, 11:8, 11:8)
Ruta PASKAUSKIENE – Szandra PERGEL 3:1 (11:6, 11:8, 3:11, 11:7)
Alexandra PRIVALOVA – Maria FAZEKAS 3:1 (6:11, 11:9, 11:7, 11:4)

Alex MILETIC, EWT

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