Round-up HK (D): Den Bosch well past SCHC (4-0), hdm wins again

Den Bosch has won on the fifth matchday in the Dutch Hoofdklasse against SCHC: 4-0. HDM also won again. Bloemendaal was beaten 2-1 at home. Hurley recorded the first win of the season by beating Laren 1-0 and Pinoké was too strong for the Oranje-Rood (3-0)

Den Bosch – SCHC (4-0)

7 ‘1-0 (sc)Den BoschIreen van den Assem
28 ‘2-0Den BoschLidewij Welten
51 ‘3-0Den BoschNoor Omrani
61 ‘4-0Den BoschPien Sanders

The topper at the Oosterplas became a prey for Den Bosch, which had no child from SCHC. The Bilthoven team had traveled to Den Bosch at full strength, but never claimed the three points. Den Bosch, without Marloes Keetels, took the lead after seven minutes, which was doubled before half time by Lidewij Welten. Noor Omrani and Pien Sanders expressed the difference in strength after the break in figures. It is striking that the Bossche formation has not yet conceded a single goal in five competition matches.

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HDM – Bloemendaal (2-1)

11 ‘1-0 (sc)HDMAshley Hoffman
27 ‘2-0HDMPien van der Heide
64 ‘2-1 (sc)BloemendaalCis van der Salm

hdm remains the positive surprise in the Ladies big league for now. The fifth league game was also turned into a win. Bloemendaal was beaten 2-1 at home. At halftime hdm already led 2-0 after hits from Ashley Hoffman and Pien van der Heide. Cis van der Salm brought the tension back into the game in the final phase, but hdm held out and is the proud number three in the ranking.

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HGC – Victoria (3-2)

11 ‘1-0HGCMilagros Fernandez
35 ‘1-1 (sc)VictoriaBente van Dijk
46 ‘2-1 (sc)HGCMilagros Fernandez
63 ‘2-2 (sc)VictoriaRenée van den Brand
69 ‘3-2HGCDirkie Chamberlain

With the third victory in a row, HGC is already going through a much better season than last season in which only one point was scored. It was newcomer Dirkie Chamberlain who again played an important role for the Wassenaar team. The South African decided the game just before time. Her goal meant the 3-2 for HGC, leaving Victoria empty-handed even after five duels.

Oranje-Rood – Pinoké (0-3)

12 ‘0-1PinokéJosephine Murray
35 ‘0-2 (sc)PinokéFrances Westenberg
43 ‘0-3PinokéMaria Steensma

After three duels without a win, Pinoké finally took the three points again. In Eindhoven, Orange-Red was defeated 3-0. After a good start with two victories, the Eindhoven-squad only got one point from the last three games. The Oranje-Rood currently occupies sixth place in the Dutch big league, five points from fourth place, which entitles the player to a ticket for the play-offs at the end of the season.

Amsterdam – Kampong (3-0)

14 ‘1-0AmsterdamMichelle Fillet
41 ‘2-0 (sc)AmsterdamLauren Stam
70 ‘3-0AmsterdamJoy Haarman

Amsterdam, just like Den Bosch and hdm, booked the fifth victory of the competition. Kampong was beaten 3-0 after goals from Michelle Fillet, Lauren Stam, Joy Haarman. This keeps the team from Amsterdam in the lead based on goal difference. For Kampong it was already the fourth loss in five games. With one point, the Utrecht team is in tenth place.

Laren – Hurley (0-1)

17 ‘0-1HurleyHannah Lemmens

Hurley booked the first victory of the season in ‘t Gooi. The only goal of the duel with Laren was in the name of Hannah Lemmens. Despite Julia Müller playing along, Laren again failed to score points. The team of coach Serge Spoelstra is second to last in the Dutch big league.

Photo: Bart Scheulderman

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