Hungary Water Polo

The big trio continues to march on!

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Eger, OSC and Ferencvaros water polo clubs both kept perfect records in the Hungarian championship after the matches of Round 6 played on Saturday.

Ferencvaros won a once big Budapest derby against Honved away – 17:8. It was a match in which Honved managed to put up resistance only in the first quarter and after that Ferencvaros came back storming.

In this game, the defending Hungarian champion was looking for a reaction after a loss against Pro Recco a couple of days ago in the LEN Champions League. And the fans got the right kind of reaction of the team.

Honved played some tough water polo at the beginning of the match, but after that, it was Denes Varga who pulled the team into a right direction towards the sixth win in the Hungarian water polo championship.

Varga ended the game as the best scorer with five goals, and let’s not forget that he missed the Champions League game against Pro Recco.

Eger water polo players had a tougher job in Budapest in this round as they won against BVSC Zuglo – 12:8. The spectators in the Hungarian capital saw a great game from both teams, especially in the first half.

Norbert Hosnyánszky opened the scoring sheet in the game, but the first quarter ended up with a 3:3 draw. BVSC took the lead in the middle of the second quarter, but Eger never lost the control of the game.

In the third quarter, the visiting team scored the three more goals in a row to get the decisive advantage. Gyarfas was the best scorer of the game with four goals.

Like their Budapest rivals, OSC water polo players also kept the winning record as they beat at home Debrecen – 16:6. The home team played on a top level since the beginning of the game and already after the first half OSC had an 8:2 advantage.

Debrecen tried to fight back in the third period, but that was barely enough for a partial 3:3 draw in those eight minutes, while in the last quarter OSC added five more goals to make this win a really convincing one.

Round 6

KSI 9:13 Avus
(3:4, 1:4, 1:3, 4:2)

KSI: Turnai 2, Hevesi 2, Bóbis 2, Schmölcz, Bihácsi, Tóth-Gili
Avus: Garancsy 4, Kiss 2, Basara 2, Takács J, Takács K, Hajmási, Irmes, Polovic

UVSE 14:8 Kaposvar
(4:3, 1:2, 3:1, 3:2)

UVSE: Baksa 3, Dala 2, Konarik 2, Aranyi, Telek, Szilárdi, Vigvári
Kaposvar: Berta 3, Dobos 2, Sántavy, Lukács, Pataki

Honved 8:17 Ferencvaros
(4:5, 1:5, 2:3, 1:4)

Honved: Szivós 2, Fülöp 2, Illés, Manhercz, Ádám, Szirányi,
Ferencvaros: Varga 5, Gór-Nagy 2, Jaksic 2, Sedlmayer, Pohl, Jansik, Német, Vámos, Kállay, Mezei, Younger

BVSC 8:12 Eger
(3:3, 3:3, 0:3, 2:3)

BVSC: Szabó 2, Kovács, Csapó, Czigány, Pásztor, Létay, Sugár
Eger: Gyárfás 4, Hosnyánszky 3, Vlachopoulos 3, S. Rasovic, Murisic

OSC 16:6 Debrecen
(4:1, 4:1, 3:3, 5:1)

OSC: Burián 3, Manhercz 3, Erdélyi 2, Hárai 2, Salamon 2, Randjelovic 2, Tóth, Ubovic
Debrecen: Vidovic 3, Macsi, Smitula, Gyurik

Pécs 8:8 Szentes
(4:1, 1:2, 0:2, 3:3)

Pecs: Rakonjac 3, Csacsovszky 2, Csaba 2, Chilkó
Szentes: Nagy 2, Pellei 2, Kriszopatisz 2, Somogyi, Kókai

Vasas 7:7 Tatabanya
(1:1, 2:2, 2:2, 2:2)

Vasas: Halek 2, Szabo, Hegedüs, Mátyok, Miklós, Simon
Tatabanya: Kolozsi 2, Szentesi 2, Kereszturi, Máthé, Kolarik

November 25

Miskolc 10:12 Szolnok
(2:4, 4:3, 2:2, 2:3)

Miskolc: Nagy 3, Bowen 3, Misic 2, Vadovic, Stojanovic
Szolnok: Rasovic 3, Bátori 2, Zalánki 2, Angyal 2, Jansik, Kis, Lazic

Standings

Group A
1. Ferencvaros 6 – 18 pts
2. Eger 6 – 18
3. Honved 6 – 9
4. BVSC 5 – 9
5. Domino Avus 6 – 6
6. Szentes 6 – 4
7. PVSK 5 – 4
8. KSI 6 – 0

Group B
1. OSC 6 – 18
2. Szolnok 6 – 18
3. Miskolc 5 – 15
4. Debrecen 6 – 9
5. UVSE 6 – 6
6. Tatabanya 6 – 4
7. Vasas 6 – 2
8. Kaposvari 6 – 1

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