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17.08.2009, 14:00◄ last page     


The champions of FYR Macedonia won all their matches in Doboj.
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Vardar PRO: professional job

The traditional international tournament in Bosnia-Herzegovina, the 41st edition called ’Doboj 2009’ has come to an end.

Doboj 2009 was dominated by Vardar PRO, winning at the end. The champions of FYR Macedonia showed their skills in defence and attack as well and won all their matches. In the Final, the team of Veselin Vujovic have beaten Bosna Sarajevo by 23-19 with an absolutely perfect defense. Vardar PRO proved once again that they are the biggest favorites to qualify for the group stage of EHF Champions League.

Group results

Day 1 (11/8): Sloga- Vardar 25-34 (10-19), PAOK- Creteil 20-26 (9-9), Nordhorn- Wacher Thun 28-29 (19-17).
Day 2 (12/8): Buducnost- PAOK 28-26 (14-12), Wacker Thun- Sloga 24-22 (13-9), Creteil- Bosna 25-35 (16-18).
Day 3 (13/8): Sloga- Nordhorn 25-20 (14-9), Vardar- Wacker Thun 35-22 (17-8), Bosna- Buducnost 34-30 (19-14).
Day 4 (14/8): Buducnost- Creteil 27-34 (15-16), PAOK- Bosna 25-29 (10-16), Nordhorn- Vardar 18-31 (7-18).

Group results

Group 1: 1. Bosna 9 (98-80), 2. Creteil 6 (85-82), 3. Buducnost 3 (85-94), 4. PAOK 0 (71-83).
Group 2: 1. Vardar 9 (100-64), 2. Wacher Thun 6 (75-85), 3. Sloga 3 (72-78), 4. Nordhorn 0 (66-85).

Placement matches (15/8)

7th place: Nordhorn- PAOK 29-22 (15-15)
5th place: Sloga- Buducnost 28-27 (12-14)
3rd place: Wacher Thun- Creteil 30-31 (after 7m. shoutaout), 25-25 (normal time), (19-13 half past).

Final: Vardar- Bosna 23-19 (9-8)

Awards

1st place: 13.000 €
2nd place: 7.000 €
3rd: 5.000 €.

Top goal scorer: Nikola Dokic (30 goals)
Fair Play team: RK Sloga

The rest of the awards were given based on the votes of the accredited journalist and the coaches of the teams.

Best goalkeeper: Petar Angelov (Vardar PRO)
Best player: Marco Simovic (Vardar PRO)

1. RK Vardar PRO (FYROM)
2. RK Bosna BH GAS (BOSNIA)
3. US Creteil HB (FRANCE)
4. Wacker Thun (SWI)
5. RK Sloga (BOSNIA)
6. RK Buducnost (Montenegro)
7. Nordhorn Ligen (Germany)
8. PAOK (Greece)


TEXT: Konstantinos Chatzidimitriou

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