The para handball spread joy at Heden
IK Sävehof 1 and IK Sävehof 2 played against each other in the walking class in the para handball. The latter team won the trophy, but there were no losers according to Robin Gustafson.
– Everyone is a winner, says the playmaker.
IK Sävehof 2 won the final at Heden 1 with 8 goals to 6. Emma Smedstad scored the game winning goal. But the result was not that important this day. The important thing was the love that the players received from the audience.
– It was really funny to play today. The funniest thing was the atmosphere and the joy we had on the pitch. Everyone had fun, says Robin Gustafson.
He was outstanding in the final and contributed with both goals and nice setups.
– It went well for me. But the most important thing was that it went well for everyone, says Robin Gustafson.
He tells us that their team train together once a week and often plays tournaments together. He sees Partille Cup as a very positive experience.
– I love this tournament! I played it a long time ago and met players without disabilities. It is a very good cup, says Robin Gustafson.
Afterwards, the players in the walking final and the wheelchair final, where IK Sävehof defeated IFK Kristianstad, got medals. The medals and trophys were presented by the former Swedish national team players Hanna Fogelström and Loui Sand.
Text: Eric Nilsson
Photo: Fredrik Aremyr