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Handball - 11. April 2011.

Semifinals in the EHF Women's Champions League

April will bring to us the decisions in the fight for this season's two participants in the EHF Women’s Champions League final.

Over the next two weekends, the four participants, Larvik HK (NOR), Budućnost Podgorica (MNE), Itxako Reyno De Navarra (ESP) and Audi ETO Győr (HUN) will battle it out, as they seek to become this season’s two finalists.

The league welcomes DigiSport Slovakia as a new station among our group of broadcasters. Also all four semifinal matches - this Saturday features the two first leg fixtures - can be viewed on the free-of-charge live web stream at ehfTV.com.

The remaining four are ready to battle
Preview of the two semifinal matches of the EHF Women's Champions League. In the first leg matches the teams finishing ranked second in the Main Round will play at home.


Pena: "They are the favourites"
Itxako’s left back Nerea Pena is only 22 years old, but has already a lot of experience. She expects a tough challenge in the home game against Györ.



The way to success …..via Denmark?
Budućnost commenced their semi-final preparations at last year’s winners Viborg HK, as coach Dragan Adžić explains in this interview



Hammerseng and her positive attitude

The tall Norwegian playmaker Gro Hammerseng shares her thoughts on Larvik’s upcoming semifinal clash with Budućnost Podgorica.

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Mravíková to quit on a high
Györ's right winger Katarína Mravíková will end her career after this season. But before that she is eager to win the EHF Women's Champions League title.
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