First against second, both teams unbeaten so far – the ingredients for a top game couldn’t be better in the game TSV Mannheim against TuS Lichterfelde. In the end, the Berliners were unable to reduce their four-point gap to the relegated team from the first division, but ultimately had to acknowledge their superiority. Marie Fischer (6th) gave the hosts an early 1-0 lead with an Argentinian backhand, which increased to 2-0 before the break through Ines Wanner (30th). After a brief lull when Lichterfelde was about to create tension again, Johanna Mühl (50th) made everything clear with the goal to make the final score 3-0. After their sixth win in their sixth game, the TSV women are the only team in the 1st and 2nd Bundesliga that still has a clean slate at this point in the season.
Lichterfelde fell from second to fourth place in the table. It was pushed out by the victorious teams Feudenheimer HC and SC Frankfurt 80. The FHC from Mannheim beat TuS Obermenzing 2-1 (0-0) after goals from Lucia Koblischke (43rd) and Yevhenyia Kernoz (7m, 48th). . Stefanie Bauer (51st) shortened the score for the Munich guests. Newly promoted Frankfurt held down HG Nuremberg 3:2 (1:0). Lenja Albrecht (1st) and Charlotte Jagdt (37th) had given the Hessians a 2-0 lead, Antonia Pierer von Esch equalized with two goals for the HGN, before Jagdt secured the three points for the league newcomers with her second goal .
In the two Sunday games in the North group there were two 2-0 wins for the visiting teams. The Bonn THV, winners 5-1 in Hanover the day before, took the points away from Eintracht Braunschweig with goals from Zarina Chruscz (3rd) and Flora Christ (47th). After the fourth three-pointer in a row, Bonn has drawn level with Braunschweig on points and even has one more game to play.
Promoted Stories RTHC Leverkusen were happy about their first threesome. Two goals from Serafina Pütz (30th/E, 47th) ensured the victory at Hannover 78. In the table, Leverkusen left the relegation zone and climbed up two positions to seventh place.