ShareTweetShareShareEmail ShareTweetShareShareEmailCommentsAfter many injuries finally a good news for handball lovers. One of the best goalkeepers in this century Thierry Omeyer will be among 18 players on which Claude Onesta count at the upcoming Men’s EHF EURO 2014 in Denmark! HC Montpellier’s member wasn’t between the posts in the last two months, but after recovery treatment he got a “green light” from his team to participate at the tournament where France will try to get back in the TOP 4 after bad performance in Spain last January.France will play in Preliminary Group in Aarhus with Serbia, Poland and Russia.Goalkeepers:: Cyril Dumoulin, Vincent Gérard, OmeyerPlayers: Luc Abalo, William Accambray, Igor Anic, Jérôme Fernandez, Matthieu Grébille, Samuel Honrubia, Guillaume Joli, Nikola Karabatic, Luka Karabatic, Kentin Mahé, Daniel Narcisse, Kevyn Nyokas, Valentin Porte, Cédric Sorhaindo, Michaël Guigou.source: handnews.fr Click to comment Related Items: Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published.Comment Name Email Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.
With three months to go before the 7th Games in Kimbe, West New Britain Province, team manager Boudi Meapo is not leaving planning for later, already naming an 18-man team.The team consists of three officials, 12 players and three shadow players.Meapo said the 15-man team named is the final team and no changes will be made during the course of the three-month preparations to the Games.“If there are injuries to the first 12 then I have three shadow players to fill in the gap.The main thing is that we want ample time to prepare our players in the lead up before the PNG Games,” said Meapo.He added the selection is a mixture of upcoming and seniors players from the Capital Rugby Union competition. A one off trial with the Aroma Coast 7s team is in the pipeline.Meapo said the team will be going through testing every month on strength and ball drills.Team NCD men’s 7s: Smith Sisive, Daniel Opa, Ina Grant, Wally Moere, Sean Dermba, Ambos Helore, Ashley Chan (Turagus), Jayjay Garrison, Trevor Jessie, Yuni Patrick, Kenneth Vagi, Aallna Kapnis, Oswald Gela, Getsi Raka (CRU) and Darron Ling (Turagus).Team officials: Boudi Meapo – team manager, George Hoki, Joe Kautu – team coach, and Ian Yaro – trainer.