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Talented Wiktoria Pilarska is in love with the Partille Cup.
Waasmunster DHC is from Belgium, which is a pretty small handball country.
In Finland there are eleven teams in their age group. But now, the Finnish team Helsingfors IFK plays in group 17, in a group of six teams. A huge change of perspective – to say the least.
Maja Storeide Sörheim both saves shots and scores goals in the Partille Cup.
HSG Nordwest from Switzerland wants handball to become bigger as a sport in their home country.
Lomme Lille Metropole’s B15 team wins the prize for the most outstanding outfit during the opening ceremony.
Boas Ellefsen á Skipagötu’s big brother Elias plays for the Swedish top club IK Sävehof.
The Norwegian team won a close game against Strandby-Elling IF from Denmark.
Skanderborg is here to have fun - and to win.
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