Helios Suns won against Dukes in Klosterneuburg

Klosterneuburg-Dukes-vs-Helios-Suns-Q-6Klosterneuburg Dukes – Helios Suns 61:87

Result: 61:87 (17:21, 11:23, 11:22, 22:21)
Referees: Lucacio, Kimbauer, Brandstotter
Audience: 300
Venue: Dukes Castle (Klosterneuburg, Austria)

Klosterneuburg: Timur Bas 13, Christoph Greimeister 10, Malik Cooke  9, Armin Topic  9, Chris Lowe 8, Romed Vieider 6, Ramiz Suljanovic 3, Clemens Leydolf  2, Lennart Burgemeister  1

Helios: Marjan Čakarun 20, Simo Atanacković  18, Hugh Gibson Jr Robertson 15,  Jure Močnik 12, Vuk Malidžan 12, Jan Močnik 9, Urban Gorjanc  1

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After a balanced start, the guests from Slovenia showed with the fifth minute why they were the favorites in this game. They took over the lead and kept it steadily. The Dukes did their best to counter any attack, but after the first half they were already behind by 16 points. After the teams switched sides, the Suns kept going and even managed to extend their lead.

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Croatian game with Zagreb triumph

Kvarner 2010 – Zagreb 66:86

Result: 66:86 (16:23, 24:22, 16:22, 10:19)
Referees: G. Terlevic, M. Stankovic, Z. Zagar
Audience: 100
Venue: SRC Zamet (Rijeka, Croatia)

Kvarner: Mauro Veljačić 14, Paolo Marinelli 11, Blaz Bozinovic 8, Petar Marić 8, Siniša Štemberger 7, Mate Vucić 7, Ivan Miličević 7, Patrik Jambrović 2, Šime Olivari 2

Zagreb: Jakov Vladović 21, Pavle Marčinković 20, Miralem Halilović 13, Marino Šarlija 11, Luka Božić 8, Antonio Vlaić 8, Ivan Batur 5

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There was 33 minutes of very interesting game, Kvarner played with its young players. At the end of the game Zagreb realized adventages in stronger rotation. Once again, Alpe Adria Cup showed its purpose,  teams don’t have this kind of games in their national competition every week. The best player was Jakov Vladovic.

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