Ladies played a tournament in Arosa!

This year our ladies team subscribed for a tournament in Arosa in Switzerland. This tournament was a small field tournament, also called Swiss style in Holland. Three players and a goalie playing together on the field. The best thing about Arosa is playing floorball outside and the amazing view! In the middle of the mountains, in the sun, in an amazing outfit we were able to play the sport we all love. In specially made shirts for this tournament, the team ‘twee woorden negen letters’ had an amazing performance.

Arosa2 - kopieSaturday four games are played, of which we won three and one draw. During the matches we could relax and find some shay around the lakes. Playing in such nice weather outdoor is absolutely amazing. In the evening we went out for a beer or two. Enough clubs to enjoy the evening. Sunday morning we  won another game. The result is that we became first in our poule. The second match on Sunday was really exciting. 16 penalties in total were necessary for us to win the match. Special thanks to Mirjam, being a terrific penalty goalie and Hanneke who made the winning goal. So right after the penalty wehad to play against team Granny’s. Arosa1 - kopieThe temperature was hot, everyone was exhausted, but no time to relax. The game was really excited and both teams were fighting strong. Unfortunately team Granny’s scored in the last minute, so they won by 3-2. As a team we could be proud of our performance. We made it into the top 16! If we keep in mind that there are 96 woman’s teams it was really good. The bright side was, that we had enough time to use the cableway all the way up in the mountains. The bestview we have seen. Even from 2600 meters we could still see the floorball fields. This entire weekendwas absolutely amazing and Arosa we will see you next year!

 

Annual General Meeting & BBQ

Saturday the 25th of April we will close the season with the Annual General Meeting and the traditional end of season BBQ!

Location: TAC’90, Roemer Visscher, Roemer Visscherstraat 106.
Times: AGM 14:00 – 16:00 and BBQ from 16:00

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HSK Statistics of March 28th

The past weekend was an exciting one for HSK Ladies and Men’s 1. The second match of their best-of-three-playoff was played. Meaning if this second game was again won by both HSK teams, the third game would no longer be needed to determine the stronger teams.  HSK Men’s 2 had no game this weekend.

HSK Men’s 1 played the Blue Falcons 1 in Amersfoort. As the first match against Blue Falcons was a very close win, this second match was started with a healthy excitement.
The first period drew a 1-1 score, with made the tension on this game bigger. The only goal in this period was scored by Michiel Bosch.
In the second period HSK started to take the lead, by 3 goals. Goals were made by Jacques Fournier, Bjorn van Wieringen and Valentin Hofman.
The final period the distance between HSK and the Blue Falcons became larger, as 6 goals were made in this period. 2 goals by Roland Velu, 2 goals by Michiel Bosch and also 2 by Valentin Hofman. The Blue Falcons were unable to pass goalkeeper Stijn Chapelle after the first period. Winning with a 1-9 score, ensured the position for HSK Men’s 1 in the premiere league for upcoming season.

HSK Ladies had an early start in Groningen, to referee and table the 10.45h game.
After this game, the ladies played their second best-of-three match against U.C. Face Off 2. Although the first game against U.C. Face Off was won quite easily, a healthy tension was present to win this second game.
Game goals were set to play a good game, with focus on communication on the field and clean passes to each other.
The first period was won by 0-3. Goals were made by Nina Pfelzer and Marlous Janssen, both assisted by Mirjam Haenen. The third goal in this period was an own goal by U.C. Face Off.
The second period, HSK ladies got another 4 goals in. Two were made by Ingrid Hombergen, one by Angela Stauch and one by Susan de Swart. The period ended with a goal for U.C. Face Off, ending the score in 1-7.
HSK regrouped and kept the scoring up, scoring another 3 goals in the final period. Angela Stauch scored the first in this last period, followed by 2 goals from Susan de Swart. Ending the game with a 1-10 score and ensuring the ladies their position in the

Our clubs top scorers have not changed, the best HSK Men’s scorer is still Johan Lim closely followed by Roland Lim. The best positioned (currently active in competition) lady is still Hanneke Broekman.