Pentecost turns into a handball festival in Altenholz

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Written By Maya Cantina

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Altenholz. It is a busy weekend in the Edgar Meschkat Hall during the Pentecost weekend. Both the handball men of TSV Altenholz in the third division and the women in the promotion-relegation division for this division are playing their last home match days of the season. While the men would secure their status as the best team in the Schleswig-Holstein and Hamburg league with a victory over third-placed SC Magdeburg (Saturday, 6 p.m.), the women have the decisive match for promotion ahead of them. The match against Berliner TSC (Sunday, 4 p.m.) is the match between the first team and the second team in the round of four.

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After two recent home victories, André Lohrbach’s male wolf pack enters the home final relaxed: “Of course we want to win this last match in front of our own fans, even if we don’t have to deliver any specific performances.” goals for the season,” says the coach. A week later the men travel to MTV Braunschweig, the already established champions of the Third League North-East.

Relegation top match for TSVA women

However, there is a lot of excitement surrounding the final women’s matches of the season. The match against the Berliners is crucial for promotion. The Altenholzers must reach one of the two top places to reach the third division. They currently lead the table with a 4:2 points lead over the Berliners. However, in the first game, TSVA suffered a narrow defeat of 26:27.

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“In the first leg it took us ten minutes to set up our defense. This time it has to work from the first minute,” says coach Henning Berger. “And we must maintain our strength to the end.”

The women showed high morale against Altencelle

The Altenholzers proved that they have fighting spirit and endurance in the relegation match against Altencelle. They were nine goals down, but turned the game around. This morale should also help now. “We have a few players with problems, but nothing dramatic, so we can play with a strong team.”

The women hope for a strong audience behind them. Berger: “The fans are always pushing. But the team also has a high intrinsic motivation. That’s a good thing, because because of the Pentecost weekend we don’t know how many spectators will come.” After the home game, TSV Altenholz still has two away games in Altencelle (June 1) and Hildesheim (June 8) in the relegation game.

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