Palicka leads fantastic Lions to win in Kiel

12.VfL Gummersbach13:21-19 10.FRISCH AUF! Göppingen15:19-8 19:00Hannover-Burgdorf29 – 26Gummersbach 20:15HBW Balingen-Weilstetten23 – 19TVB Stuttgart 20:15Bergischer28 – 29Lemgo 4.Füchse Berlin26:8+54 19:00Fuchse Berlin31 – 26Goppingen Rhein Neckar Lowen showed domination in the most demanding place to do it – at Sparkassen Arena in Kiel, where Lion’s coach Andreas Palicka has his own show in front of the fans of former team – 29:26 (16:14).THW Kiel – Rhein-Neckar Löwen 26:29 (14:16)THW Kiel: Landin, Wolff – Bilyk (2), Dahmke (2), Duvnjak (7), Ekberg, Sprenger, Nilsson, Toft Hansen (2), Vujin (6/2), Wiencek (7), Zeitz, FirnhaberRhein-Neckar Löwen: Palicka (1), Appelgren–  Schmid (5), Sigurdsson (5), Manaskov (n.e.), Banea Gonzalez, Steinhauser (n.e.), Larsen, Reinkind (n.e.), Gedeon Guardiola (1), Groetzki (2), Ekdahl du Rietz (6), Pekeler (4), Petersson (5), Abt (n.e.)RESULTS: 7.SC DHfK Leipzig19:15+9 16.TVB 1898 Stuttgart8:26-67 STANDINGS: 2.Rhein-Neckar Löwen32:2+84 19:00Erlangen31 – 22Leipzig 18.Bergischer HC5:29-71 20:15SC Magdeburg27 – 26MT Melsungen 20:15Coburg 200024 – 35Flensburg-H. ← Previous Story FC Barcelona Lassa win sixth ASOBAL Cup in a row! Next Story → Rivera leads Qatar to France 2017 without some big names! 1.SG Flensburg-Handewitt32:2+128 14.HBW Balingen-Weilstetten11:23-54 8.HSG Wetzlar18:16+6 20:15Minden25 – 27HSG Wetzlar 17.HSC 2000 Coburg6:28-75 5.TSV Hannover-Burgdorf20:14+24 13.TSV GWD Minden13:21-45 3.THW Kiel30:4+84 15.TBV Lemgo8:26-42 18:30Kiel26 – 29Rhein-Neckar 11.MT Melsungen14:20-2 6.SC Magdeburg20:14+4 9.HC Erlangen16:18-10 read more