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BC München new leader after misstep Bergisch

Posted by on November 29, 2015

BC München new leader after misstep Bergisch

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Anno de Kleine took a magnificent win against Nick Polychronopoulos

GLADBACH/MUNICH - The positions on top in the German Bundesliga are changed on the first day of the double weekend. Bergisch Gladbach lost its leading place by an embarrassing 8-0 defeat against BA Bottroper. BC Munich is the new leader now in Germany.

Today, Sunday, another four matches are scheduled with BC Munich playing at home against Krefeld and Bergisch comes in action in the top match against GT Buer, the third on the ranking, two points behind BC Munich.

The German champion Christian Rudolph (Bottroper) bested his all-time rival Martin Horn in the match against Bergisch and was one of four winners in the match: 40-30 in 29 innings. The Dutchman Anno de Kleine played a magnificent match against Nick Polychronopoulos whom he overpowered 40-36 in 23 innings. Dustin Jäschke got the better of his countryman Jens Eggers 40-36 in 33 and Norbert Öhagen defeated Thomas Horcher 40-21 in 23.

After the unexpected stumbling of the leader, the tension on top returned on the sixth day of the league. BC Munich made no misstep against Sterkrade and won, thanks to Marco Zanetti (40-32 in 31 against Thomas Broux), Dani Sánchez (40-16 in 26 against Ramazan Durdu), Johann Schirmbrand, who won in 27 innings and Chrtistos Christodoulidis, win in 36.

GT Buer is the respectable number three after the win against BC Elversberg 5-3. In that match, only Frédéric Caudron took the win for the Elversberg team: 40-28 in 22 against Stefan Galla. Markus Galla and Jef Philipoom played a draw (40-40 in 28), Stefan Hetzel (gain against Klaus Bosel) and Uwe Kerls (against Volker Marx) signed for GT Buer's maximum victory.

Magdeburg, a competitor for the high positions, also had a bad day. BCC Witten took his first winning match and defeated Magdeburg, the number four in the rankings, 8-0. Eddy Leppens was too strong for Markus Schönhoff on table one, 40-29 in 28. Magdeburg missed Dick Jaspers and Dion Nelin, the important leading players of the team.

BC Ravensburger topped its opponent Krefeld in the lower regions, partly thanks to Birol Uymaz (versus Thorsten Frings, 40-32 in 26) and Can Capak (against Wesley de Jaeger, 40-28 in 23).

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