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DHB Super Cup Germany and Slovenia for the trophy

← Previous Story Beach Handball Champions Cup: Sea, sun and handball in Gran Canaria Next Story → Poland and Spain at the final in Gdansk Germany and Slovenia will play for the DHB Super Cup trophy on Sunday 14.45. Both teams celebratee unexpected secure wins over Serbia and Brazil. Dagur Sigurdsson guys had 19:5 after 26 minutes of the match against Serbian “Eagles”. However, Serbs found the way to stop total domination of host team in the second half, but only for 37:26 (20:8).Germany – Serbia 37:26 (20:8)Germany: Lichtlein, Wolff; Kneer, Gensheimer (4), Lemke (1), Reichmann (2), Wiede (2), Weinhold (4), Strobel, Schmidt (4), Fäth (3), Groetzki (3), Müller (1), Dahmke (6), Späth, Ernst (1), Pieczkowski (2), Kohlbacher (4)Serbia: Ivezic, Kocic, Marjanac; Sesum, Nikcevic (5/3), Djukic, Djordjic (4), Stojkovic, Nemanja Ilic (2), Rnic (3), Zelenovic (1), Cutura, Abutovic, Marsenic (3), Stankovic (2), Vujin (4), Elezovic (2)Slovenia beat Brazil 38:27 (18:14) with the same 11-goals difference.STANDINGS:Germany 4Slovenia 4Serbia 0Brazil 0 read more

Two men charged after attempted armed robbery foiled by offduty garda

first_imgUpdated 9.51pmTWO MEN HAVE been charged following an attempted robbery in south Dublin that was foiled by an off-duty garda.The garda spotted two males entering a shop on Lower Mount Pleasant Avenue in Ranelagh yesterday at 6.45pm, with their faces covered and what appeared to be a firearm.He confronted the two in the shop, and after a struggle arrested a man in his 20s at the scene.The second man injured the garda’s hand after attacking him, and fled the scene.A juvenile was arrested late last night at 11.30pm.This evening, gardaí said that the two males are scheduled to appear in court tomorrow morning to be charged in connection with the incident.Anyone who was in the area of Mount Pleasant Avenue or Mount Pleasant Square yesterday evening between 6 and 7pm is asked to contact Rathmines Garda Station on 01 666 66700, the Garda Confidential Line on 1800 666111, or any Garda Station.last_img read more