WSV Ludwigshafen 3 - SV Friedrichsthal | Picture: Stefan Schmidt
WSV Ludwigshafen 3 - SV Friedrichsthal | Picture: Stefan Schmidt

Glamorous victory for the Friedrichsthal water polo players

A replacement weakened Friedrichsthal water polo team wins against Ludwigshafen 3 with 13: 3. A great victory despite the loss of the almost complete SVF team.

A replacement weakened Friedrichsthal water polo team wins against Ludwigshafen 3 with 13: 3. A great victory despite the loss of the almost complete SVF team.

But even the third team from Ludwigshafen could not compete with the best. A youth team was playing for Ludwigshafen, preparing for the second division.

The balance of power was already clear after 15 minutes: Friedrichsthal led 6: 1 at this point. The offensive forces gave numerous good opportunities. Manuel Christmann was able to defuse the opponent's few attack efforts.

In the second quarter, the hosts held up better and the Friedrichsthal guests continued to play less consistently. When the pace was increased by the guests in the third quarter, the SVF promptly pulled away with 12: 1.

The last quarter, on the other hand, was again not very spectacular, so that in the end there was a lackluster but never endangered 13: 3 victory.

After a short Carnival break, the second team against Diekirch (09.03.) Is about the championship in the Grenzlandrunde, before the first representation a week later (15.03 .; 20:30) in the home game against the after two years of abstinence the first division represented 1. Wormser SC Poseidon.

The following played:

Manuel Christmann (T), Holger Huber (1 goal / 1 exclusion error), Yannis Künstle (1/0), Pascal Hinz (1/0), Stefan Schmidt, Oliver Krause, Frank Spinner (2/0), Niko Basters (1 / 0), Lucas Blechschmidt, Lukas Mathieu (4/0; K), Maximilian Simonett (2/0) and Rüdiger Schmadel (1/2).

Picture sources:

  • WSV3 - SVF: Stefan Schmidt