Below is a match report from the weekends elite matches in the womens category:
Here is from the weekend Elitserien Stockhom 21-22 April We went up to
Stockholm with the LUGI Ladies to play three tough water polymers
during the weekend.
NEPTUN - LUGI EURO FINANCE
Saturdays first match played Lugi against Neptune. We knew it would be a tough task against a strong resistance with good center play. Everybody struggled and Lugi let everyone play. The team made their best match so far in the season. But was not quite enough. Lugi let the three juniors Amalia Winberg Josefin Andréasson Nelly
Gullander, who dealt with that honor, get a lot of playing time.
Final result Neptune 17 Lugi 3
Lugis Ladies Goalie
JÄRFÄLLA - LUGI EURO FINANCE
Next match was against Swedens best team Järfälla. Lugi started off with a good defense and good goalkeeper. Lugi had many nice attempts and brought back the results that resulted. After half the match, Järfälla led by 10-3. In the third period, Lugi let all players play and made a planned goalkeeper by Järfälla won convincingly with 27-6. At this match, the junior Guro played very well and also made a penalty.
Lugi Ladies Goalie
Michelle Hawkins 3
Rike Weber 2
Valentina Vitali 1
POLICIES - LUGI EURO FINANS
The Sunday match was against the police and it proved to be a tough event. The team was incredibly even with Lugis youthful energy and the polices lansdahl experience. The police took the lead 3-0 in the first period despite many chances for Lugi. With good defense Lugi could come back to 3-2. After hard and tough play, the match ended 4-2 for polices advantage. With the fighter and Lugis good goalkeeper Madeleine Svärdby, this Lugi was the ladies best bet in the elite series.
Lugi Ladies goalkeeper
Michelle Hawkins 2
Despite the losses, Lugis ladies have come closer to the Stockholm team and learned what they need to measure with the best. Come and watch the worlds toughest sport on May 5-6 in Lund. Then we will take them.