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IK Sävehof, HK Aranäs, and Önnereds HK assembled squads comprised of players of different ages and with varying functional abilities who competed against each other.
The handball profile is here to see the next generations of stars
The Swiss side has impressed in the group stage
The French are confident ahead of the knockout stage
The president of the International Handball Federation, Hassan Moustafa, visited Partille Cup during Thursday.
The coach wants to spread the word about handball back in the States.
Celebrate the Game is a fair play project that Partille Cup runs to create a better environment and a better climate for everyone, on and off the field.
The prize for best outfit during the opening ceremony yesterday has now been awarded to a happy Austrian team.
The Bengali side Sunnydale have teams in both the B12- and G12-class, and they always show up tho support each other.
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