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The captain of the AEK men’s handball team, Panagiotis Nicolaidis, was involved in a traffic accident

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The captain of the AEK men’s handball team, Panagiotis Nikolaidis, was involved in a traffic accident on his motorcycle.

Shock in AEK with the captain of the men’s handball team, Panagiotis Nicolaidis, who was involved in a traffic accident with his motorcycle and another car that was traveling in the opposite direction.

The amateur AEK points out in its statement that Nikolaidis was wearing his helmet and was saved as a result. The head of the Union has He has some bruises and a few stitches, but he’s fine.

The announcement of the amateur AEK in detail: The entire AEK family wishes the captain of the men’s handball team, Panagiotis Nicolaidis, who had a traffic accident with his motorcycle, his warmest wishes to soon be old and strong with us. Luckily, our leader was wearing his helmet and was able to be saved when he collided with an oncoming car. He has some bruises, stitches in some places, but he’s fine.

Panagiotis, our leader, we are all by your side, we love you and we are waiting for you!“.

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Return to victories for AEK in A1 women’s handball

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AEK defeated Mega Alexander 23:18 and returned to victory in A1 women’s handball.

AEK returned to winning ways after the defeat against Panorama and prevailed 23-18 from From Alexander the Great for the 6th matchday of the A1 women’s handball.

  • The five minutes: 2-1, 4-1, 4-4, 4-6, 7-7, 10-10 (MCH), 14-11, 14-12, 15-14, 16-15, 19-15, 23- 18
  • AEK (Sarafis): Magou 2, Michailidou, Psarioti, Petkovska, Katsika 4, Gaspari 1, Papaioannou, Zafiropoulou, Pavlou 1, Sarkiris, Fabis 10, Banasis 1, Nikolovska 2, Meiri 2, Drougidou
  • Alexander the Great (Tarinidis): Pyritidou, Patsani 2, Plioga, Daflidou, Peiou, Vramba, Trellopoulou, Anastasiou 1, Karaveli 1, Kalfopoulou, Karabatzaki 1, Dimitrakoudi, Tomidou, Malle, Mavropoulou 4, Trietina 9
  • Referee: Betas-Bramou, Two minutes: 5-2, Penalty: 6/7-7/9

Victory in Arta and overtaking maneuver for Pylaia

Pylaia scored a great away win over them Renaissance Arta which cements it at number 3.

In the first half and until the 35th minute Arta was better, but in the second half Pylaia was calmer and managed to turn the game around.

  • The five minutes: 2-3, 5-5, 9-8, 12-9, 15-12, 19-17 (MCH), 23-20, 24-24, 28-28, 31-31, 33-34, 35- 37
  • ARTA (Lazaridis): Kollyri, Tsoushidou, Ambrosiadou 3, Moschou, Skara, Noula 6, Papakosta, Spyridopoulou 1, Mournou 3, Saidova, Andritsou 11, Karacharisi 1, Prokopidou 8, Mastaka 2
  • GATES (G. Vakalis): Souska, E. Trohidou 9, Koukmisi 8, Tsartsiou 1, A. Tsigarida, Theodosopoulou, Takis, Kostopoulou 7, A. Tsigarida, Vasiliadou, Machairidou, Selemidou 2, Argyropoulou 6, G. Papadopoulou 1, A . 2 Papadopoulou
  • Referee: Linardos-Nikolaidis, Two minutes: 5-6, Penalty: 5/6-3/3

Double for Byron for Kamatero

Great double for him GAS Kamaterou at his headquarters Athenaikou with 29-25 That puts him well on his way to securing a European ticket, while also permanently knocking him out of the A2 Women spots.

  • The five minutes: 0-3, 2-5, 6-7, 7-11, 8-13, 11-15 (m), 15-17, 19-23, 22-25, 23-27, 25-29
  • ATHENIANS (Tzouanopoulos): Makroglou, Tzourisits 5, Kotrotsiu 6, Mouratidou 6, A. Savvalaki, Uni, Kavvadia, Vetkova 5, Struuzou 1, D. Savvalaki, Globarevits 2, Papadimopoulou, Dimopoulou, Spiliopoulou, Papagiannopoulou, Maroulis.
  • CAMATERO (Danilos): M. Vassiliou, Nandotsi 2, Karamanou 4, Kapsali, Kurti 3, Varveraki, Georgiadou, Psarioti, A. Vassiliou 8, Roussou 11, Tsamali, Anestaki, Patroni 1, Gortsopoulou
  • referee: Charalambidis-Zisis, Two minutes: 5-5, Penalty: 1/1-3/3

The results of the 6th game

  • Korydallos – Panorama 27-35
  • Nea Ionia – PAOK 27-24
  • Renaissance – Pylaia 35-37
  • AEK – Alexander the Great 23-18
  • Athenaikos – Kamatero 25-29

The rating

  1. Nea Ionia 12
  2. PAOK 10
  3. Gate 10
  4. Rebirth 6 (5 games)
  5. AEK 6 (5 games)
  6. Camera 6
  7. Panorama 6
  8. Athenaekos 2
  9. Korydallos 0
  10. Alexander the Great 0

The program of the 7th game

  • 12.02. 4:00 p.m Kamatero – Renaissance
  • 12.02. 4:30 p.m Panorama – Athenaikos
  • 12.02. 6:00 p.m Pylaia – Nea Ionia
  • 12.03. 14:00 clock PAOK – AEK
  • 12.03. 4:00 p.m Alexander the Great – Korydallos

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Handball premier: AEK, PAOK and Doukas continued with victories

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AEK, PAOK and Doukas continued with victories in the Handball Premier, while Kilkis and Drama secured important victories.

Although it was difficult, AEK managed to win at home against Ionikos Affidea 31:27 and win 8:8 in the handball premiership.

Union returned to the top with 16 points along with Olympiakos. The “yellow-blacks” had MVP Vangelis Arabatzis and are now turning their attention to Tuesday’s European Cup game against Gornik Zambrze at the Olympic Hall in Ano Liosia.

Ionikos was very competitive and especially in the first half made things difficult for AEK, who needed a 4-0 run to “close” the game, with which they turned the score from 24:25 into 24:29 in the 56th minute.

PAOK continued its commitments in the Handball Premier with a victory, defeating AESH Pylaia 23:30 in the 9th matchday of the Handball Premier.

Dikefalos started the game strongly and made a small difference of two goals in the first quarter, 4:6. Then the home team fought back and equalized at 7:7, but with a consistently good performance the “Black and Whites” took the lead again with 8:11. In the first half, PAOK was ahead 13:15.

In the second half, PAOK kept the difference in its favor with 18:19 in the first quarter. A “black and white burst” was enough for Dikephalos to gain a clear lead of 18:22, which he then extended to 19:25. At this point, Stelios Seirekidis’ players “established” their dominance and led 23:30 for their fourth consecutive victory in the championship.

With a great goal from Achillea Tosca in the last second, Bianco Monte “escaped” Drama Edessa and won 28-27 against Aeropos.

The home team had the victory in their hands when they took a 27:26 lead thanks to a goal from Krallis at 58:06, but Kotsionis made it 27:27 at 59:35 with a technical penalty and in the next phase Aeropos team was unlucky as Dingeko hit the crossbar from the left wing position.

Drama had a 10 second attack after the timeout and made it all the way to the finals to get this great win that moved them up to 4th place overall with 12 points.

It may have been late, but GAS Kilkis’ first win on its return to the Handball Premier came in the most decisive game yet against Panhellenios 23-22 in Kypseli.

This big double win gives Nikos Georgiadis’ team a big advantage to stay in the division, which could get even bigger if they manage to win at home against Aeropos Edessa next week.

The Panhellenics were superior in the first half and even had a clear lead with 9:2 in the 11th minute
14-10 at 30′, but also 17-14 at 42′. From that point on, the visiting coach switched defenses to 4-2 and 5-1 and aggressively cornered the Panhellenic, who seemingly had no antidote, scoring just five goals until the final, while Kilkis scored nine goals in the same period !

The home team was still able to achieve a positive result, not only because they were ahead 22:21 at 58:36 against Russo, but especially because they lost in stoppage time with the same athlete penalty, when Borodai made an almost fatal mistake intentionally stalled a free throw opponent, resulting in a penalty and a red card.

In between, GASK drew 22:22 with Metsis (59:07) and turned the game to 22:23 with a goal from Valantis Eleftheriadis (59:40).

The game statistics

IONIKOS AFFIDEA – AEK 27-31

The five minutes: 3-1, 5-5, 7-7, 10-10, 12-13, 13-15 (day), 16-19, 17-22, 19-24, 23-25, 23-29, 27-31 .

IONIC (Arvanitis): Kiultzidis, Koukoulas 7, Tausanis, Aivaliotis, Papadopoulos, Meletakos, Braudakis, Syngaris, Apostolou 3, Troulos 2, Hangelis 1, Vassiliou 2, Delichristos 5, Mantzopoulos, Elazioua 2, Liolios 5.

AEK (Dzukic): Matskevics, Arabatzis 2, Zambits, Kritikos 2, Jonson 3, Madalinics 6, Mallios 5, Iliopoulos 3, Raspitsos, Papadopoulos, Tome 3, Liapis 4, Martinovic 3, Arsits, Sokolic, Kederis.

Referee: Fokitis-Giakalis, Two minutes: 4-4, Penalty: 2/6-2/2.

AESH PYLIAS – PAOK 23-30

The five minutes: 1-3, 4-6, 7-7, 8-11, 11-12, 13-15, 16-17, 18-19, 18-22, 19-25, 20-26, 23-30

PYLAIA (Ananiadis): Moisiyev, Palaskas, Antoniadis 1, Karagiozopoulos 9, Danoulet, Tsortekis 2, Orfanoudakis, Vardakas, Bilias 3, Alexandridis 1, Kavousanakis 2, Kyriakidis, Triantafyllidis D. 3, Triantafyllidis T. 2, Theologis, Tzeli.

PAOK (Seyrekidis): Gigof, Ladakis 3, Eleftheriadis 4, Tsamouridis, Papageorgiou 1, T. Papazoglou 3, K. Koukmisis 5, L. Papazoglou, Tsanaxidis, Marinos 1, N. Koukmisis 2, Batzios, Kalomiiros 2, Botskaref 7, Tzorginis 2.

Referee: Bettman-Tzaferopoulos, Reds: 32:22 Alexandridis, 57:48 Papazoglou (three two minutes), two minutes: 9-11, penalty: 4/6-2/2

ZAFIRAKIS NAOUSAS – ASE DOUKA 27-31

The five minutes: 2-2, 6-5, 7-8, 8-9, 9-10, 11-14(em.), 14-16, 18-19, 21-22, 22-26, 23-28, 27- 31

ZAFIRAKIS (Deligiannis): Bolas, Tsageras 4, Theodoropoulos 6, Bouboulentas, Barbas, Rotzios, Misailidis 10, Biliouris, Athanasiadis, Apostolidis 2, Sarafis, Deligiannis, Vafeidis, Tsatsas 2, Ferlachidis, Lolas 3.

ASED (Chalkidis): Kiartzidis, Payatis 2, Batis 7, Khatsaturian, Kolezakis, Panagiotou 4, Papadopoulos, Khoursoudian 2, Geroulanos 9, Yantsa 1, Charitonidis 2, Kovanis 1, Arapakopoulos, Zivoulovich 1, Kollyris, Diakoulias 2.

Referee: Tsianas – Tolios, Two minutes: 2-5, Penalty: 3/3-1/1

PANHELLINIOS – GAS KILKIS 22-23

The five minutes: 3-1. 8-2, 10-5, 11-7, 12-9, 14-10 (am) 15-12, 16-13, 17-15, 18-17, 20-20, 22-23

PANHELLINIOS (Samaras): Dougias, Anagnostopoulos 4, Danezis, Vertzonis, Tokatzoglou 1, Stathis 3, Nakos 2, Roussos 7, Skourtai 1, Prokopiou, Koutoulogenis 3, Vlachothanasis, Alikakos, Hatzigiannis.

KILKIS (Georgiadis): Borodai 1, Radoisic 2, Metsis 2, Kypraios 2, Migas 3, Fachauridis S. Eleftheriadis 4, Giannakidis, Karvounidis, Sigiridis 2, Fachouridis A., Berezni 7, Giannakopoulos, Giavasidis, Taramons, Pasalits.

Referee: Slaveitis-Bitas, Red: 59:56 Borodai, Two minutes: 5-4, Penalty: 0/1-1/1

EDESSA AIRPORT MANDYNAMIC-BIANCO MONTE DRAMA 27-28

The five minutes: 2-1, 3-5, 7-7, 9-9, 11-12, 14-14 (m), 15-17, 17-19, 20-20, 22-22, 24-24, 27-28

PLANE (Tutsis): Athanasiou, Goncharov, Tzoulis, Robes, Krallis 8, Papagiannis 1, Butkaris 1, Veremtsuk 1, Dingeko 4, Ofrisenko 6, Koukoutsidis 3, Gatsis, Papadopoulos 3, Giannoussis, Marinos, Totidis

DRAMA (Valavanis): Kotsionis 6, Haitidis 3, Polydoros 1, Latsakou 1, Tozakidis, Toskas 10, Tungelidis, Lazaridis, Kalaitzidis, Cavazis, Manoloudis, Messinis, Dakaris, Korsak, Papadopoulos 5, Sina 2.

Referee: Patios-Pitas, Two minutes: 6-6, Penalty: 2/4-4/5

The competition plan

Wednesday, 22/22

  • Diomedes – Olympiacos 20-27

Saturday, November 25, 2023

  • Panhellenic GS-GAS Kilkis 22-23
  • Aeropos Edessa – Bianco Monte Drama 27-28
  • Zafirakis Naoussa – ASE Douka 27-31
  • AESH Pylias – PAOK 23-30
  • Ionian Affidea – AEK 27-31

Grading

  1. Olympiacos / Xyni Club 16
  2. AEK 16
  3. ASE Duka 15
  4. Bianco Monte Drama 11
  5. Diomedes Argos 11
  6. PAOK 11
  7. Zafirakis 8
  8. AESH Pylias 6
  9. Ionian 4
  10. GAS Kilkis 3
  11. Panhellenic 2
  12. Airplane Mandynamic 2

Next match day

Saturday, December 2nd

  • GAS Kilkis – Aeropos Mandynamic
  • Zafirakis Naoussa – Ionian
  • AEK – Panhellenic
  • Bianco Monte Drama – AESCH Pylaia

Sunday, December 3rd

  • PAOK – Diomedes Argos

Wednesday, June 12th

  • Doukas – Olympiacos

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Diomedis – Olympiakos 20-27: The red and white team easily passed Argos

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Olympiacos overtook Argos, defeated Diomedis 27-20 and remains at the top of the table.

THE Olympiacos SFP/Xini Group didn’t have much trouble against Diomedes and won their ninth game 27:20 Handball premier and continued to stay at the top of the scoreboard (AEK also has the absolute with one game less).

Nikos Grammaros’ players set their rhythm from the first minutes and did not allow the hosts to get close to the result in order to get something out of the game.

On Saturday (November 25th, 7:00 p.m.) the Red-Whites will play the European Cup game against MRK Trigir in Croatia.

The five minutes: 1-4, 1-5, 2-7, 3-10, 5-12, 7-14 (em.), 9-17, 10-18, 11-21, 13-22, 17-25, 20 -27

Diomedes (Giorgos Zaravinas): Kostoulas 5, Anastasiou 5, Tsakalos, Tselios, Tserletski 1, Tsakouridis 1, Asvestas 3, Hatzikonstantinou, Kostakidis, Manthos 1, Bekiaris, Karkagelis, Baltazis, Nikolinais, Salem 2, Stefanitsis 2

Olympic (Nikos Grammarios): Kotanidis, Tziras 2, Karabourniotis, Papavasilis 4, Vida 2, Tzimboulas 1, Papantonopoulos, Kandylas, Sliskovits 2, Tsigaridas 1, Passias 1, Montoro 1, Slavoulitsa 2, Cavtits 5, Michaelidis 3, Savvas 3

The results of the competition

  • Aeropos Mandynamic – Bianco Monte Drama
  • Zafirakis Naoussa – ASE Douka
  • Ionic – AEK
  • AESH Pylias – PAOK
  • Diomedes Argos – Olympiakos SFP / Xyni 20-27
  • Panhellenic – GAS Kilkis

Grading

  1. Olympiakos 16
  2. AEK 14
  3. Duke 11
  4. Diomedes 11
  5. drama 8
  6. Zafirakis 8
  7. PAOK 7
  8. Gate 6
  9. Ionic 2
  10. Aeropus 2
  11. Panhellenic 2
  12. Kilkis 1

Next matchday (02.12.)

  • ASE Douka – Olympiacos SF / Xini
  • PAOK – Diomedes Argos
  • AEK – Panhellenic
  • Bianco Monte Drama – AESCH Pylaia
  • GAS Kilkis – Aeropos Mandynamic
  • Zafirakis Naoussa – Ionian

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