Frankfurt had to cope with a 0:1 deficit at TuS Lichterfelde (Fabian Posselt/8th), but still turned the result around with goals from Johannes Gans (17th), Laurens Meurer (E, 32nd) and Magnus Hautzel (47th). to a 3-1 win that put them back in first place. With another away win on the last matchday next Sunday at HG Nürnberg, Frankfurt would definitely be the group winner. In the long-distance duel with Lichterfelde, HGN would have to catch up three points and five goals behind to stay in the league. The wasps, on the other hand, would have to wait for their own victory over TC Blau-Weiss for support from HG Nürnberg in order to be able to move up.
The TC Blau-Weiss Berlin celebrated a real shooting match with its 7-0 win over TG Frankenthal. Mark Kopper and Moritz Kehlitz each scored three goals for the hosts, the private duel between the two main shooters was only interrupted by Maximilian Stahl with his 6:0.
In the north, the exciting relegation battle is heading towards a long-distance duel between Club Raffelberg and Marienburger SC on the last day of the game. The Braunschweiger THC is more or less relegated, at most theoretically a relegation could be achieved in a miraculous way next Sunday.
With a 4-1 loss at DSD Düsseldorf, Braunschweig failed to put themselves in a better position again. Maximilian Bergs (29′), Niclas Schickenberg (32′), Daniele Cioli (E, 57′) and Tomasz Gorny (60′) scored for Düsseldorf, Paul Richwien (56′) had reduced the lead to 1:2 for BTHC. With ten points and a goal difference of minus 30, Braunschweig will no longer be able to overtake the teams from Club Raffelberg (goal difference: -20) and Marienburger SC (-22) who are in front with 13 points each. Braunschweig would also be the first relegated team.
That’s why only the duel between Raffelberg and Marienburg is exciting. Despite the lead by Marvin Lennartz, the MSC lost 1: 2 (1: 1) at Blau-Weiß Köln, which was able to free itself from all relegation worries with this win after goals from Joshua Delarber and Axel Schmitz. Also has nothing to do with the relegation Clipper Hamburg, who played 0-0 at Schwarz-Weiß Köln today. The Hanseatic League started the second half of the season without a win and worked their way up to sixth place with a strong second half of the season (without defeat in eight games!). Raffelberg plays at DSD Düsseldorf on the last day of the game, Marienburger SC welcomes Großflottbek.