Hungary Water Polo

“Sixpack” continues to win!

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There were no surprises in the matches of the Round 3 in the Hungarian water polo championship. Six clubs maintained the perfect record in the competition and proved once more that we are going to have a very interesting fight for the title and places in the playoffs.

Former European champion Szolnok recorded a big home win against Kaposvari – 13:2. As expected, it was a one-sided game in which the home team secured a victory already after the first half.

Szolnok went to big break with a 6:1, and it was just a matter of routine to close the game in the second half. David Jansik was the best scorer of the game with four goals, and the interesting fact is that Kaposvar couldn’t convert any of seven extra player situations.

The defending Hungarian water polo champion Ferencvaros didn’t have any problems against visiting Domino Avus – 16:6. Fradi opened the game with a 4:0 lead, with all four goals scored by different players.

By the end of the first half, Ferencvaros was leading 8:2, and the only question until the final whistle was how big this win is going to be. Zoltan Pohl led the home team with a hattrick.

Eger water polo club also had an easy task against visiting PVSK – 11:3. The home team took a 4:0 lead mostly thanks to a great display from Angelos Vlachopoulos who scored a double in the first period.

When the game continued Eger played some really tough defense, and never let PVSK to even think to come close and challenge their leads. Murisic, Vlachopoulos, Rasovic, and Gyarfas all finished the game with two goals each.

Another Budapest team, Honved continued the winning streak, and this time it was against KSI – 10:5. After a close first half, the home team scored three goals in a row, thanks to Illes, Sziranyi, and Yusuke and took a decisive 6:2 advantage. In the end, Sziranyi was the best scorer with four goals.

Their city rival, OSC thrashed visiting Tatabanya – 14:3, with Kovacs, Randjelovic, and Bundschuh all scoring hattricks. Also, Miskolci scored another, third win, against UVSE. It was 14:7 for the home team, which won the first quarter 5:0.

Round 3

Szolnoki 13:2 Kaposvar
(3:0, 3:1, 3:0, 4:1)

Szolnoki: Jansik 4, Batori 2, Zalanki 2, Angyal 2, Prlainovic 2, Szatmari
Kaposvar: Vindisch, Telegdy

Eger 11:3 PVSK
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Eger: Gyárfás 2, S. Rasovic 2, Vlachopoulos 2, Murisic 2, Decker, Sánta, Avramovic
PVSK: Csaba, Rakonjac, Mijic

Debreceni 13:10 Vasas
(4:4, 3:1, 2:1, 4:4)

Debreceni: Vidovics 3, La Rosa 3, Kovács 2, Fekete 2, Gyurik 2, Fejős
Vasas: Halek 2, Vogel 2, Bencz, Sélley-Rauscher, Hegedüs, Mátyok, Miklós, Simon

Miskolci 14:7 UVSE
(5:0, 3:2, 3:2, 3:3)

Miskolci: Lorincz 3, Stojanovic 3, Hornyák 2, Bowen 2, Bedo, Vadovics, Nagy, Misic
UVSE: Baksa 3, Konarik 2, Korbács, Aranyi

OSC 14:3 Tatabanya
(3:0, 3:0, 5:1, 3:2)

OSC: Kovács 3, Randjelovic 3, Bundchuh 3, Ubovic 2, Burián, Tóth, Erdélyi
Tatabanya: Kolarik 2, Keresztúri

Ferencvaros 16:6 Domino Avus
(4:1, 4:1, 5:1, 3:3)

Ferencvaros: Jansik 3, Jaksic 2, Gál 2, Kállay 2, Mezei 2, Pohl 2, Younger, Vámos, Sedlmayer
Domino Avus:

Honved 10:5 KSI
(1:1, 2:1, 5:1, 2:2)

Honved: Szirányi 4, Simizu 2, R. Simon, A. Simon, Illés, Manhercz
KSI: Hevesi 2, Schmölcz, Peto, Tóth

November 3

Szentesi – BVSC

Standings

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

Group B
1. Szolnok 3 – 9
2. OSC 3 – 9
3. Miskolc 3 – 9
4. Debrecen 3 – 6
5. Tatabanya 3 – 3
6. UVSE 3 – 0
7. Vasas 3 – 0
8. Kaposvari 3 – 0

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