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Finals 2018 – Resume

Gothia Innebandy Cup 2018 has come to an end and we can summarize this year’s tournament. It has been a great tournament with a lot of new experiences for us and for all the players. Thanks a lot! See below for the results of this years Gothia Finals. 

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Girls 12
FBC Engelholm – Lindås Waves (4–1)
MVP: Frida Håkansson, FBC Engelholm

Boys 12
Tatran Stresovice (Czech Republic) – TJ Hranicâr Malonty(Czech Republic)  (4–0)
MVP: Tomas Túc

Girls 13
Landvetter Wings – IBK Lund (4–1)
MVP:

Boys 13
IBK Alingsås – CL98IC (5–4 e.s)
MVP: Tomas Ahlqvist

Girls 14
Pixbo Wallenstam – Florbalová Akademie(Czech Republic) (7–2)
MVP: Moa Eklund

Boys 14
IBK Genarp – Tatran Stresovice(Czech Republic)  (2–6)
MVP: David Lennartsson

Girls 15
Täby FC – Pixbo Wallenstam (3–4 e.s)
MVP: Stina Callerfjord

Boys 15
FBC Kalmarsund – FBC Lerum (2–3)
MVP: Jesper Hallqvist

Girls 16
Åkersberga IF – IBK Lund (3–5)
MVP: Johanna Spetz

Boys 16
Tatran Stresovice (Czech Republic) – FBC Lerum (8–2)
MVP: Matej Havlas

Girls 18
Hovslätts IK Röd – Fristad GoIF (3–1)
MVP: Emmy Rommedahl

Boys 18
Hovslätts IK – Åstorp/Kvidinge IBK (4–6)
MVP: Linus Malmström

Tigers aiming for Gold Medal

Tigers Jizni Mesto, from Czech Republic are here for the third time and they really enjoy their time. This time, they are here with a really strong team, which was proved in their quarterfinal (G13) against Endre IF. They won 7–0 and now they want to travel home with a medal. 

Jönköping IK are comfortable after first win

The playoff has started and Jönköpings IK had no problem with their first opponent, FBC Kalmarsund in boys 13-category. Viken Baltajan, goalkeeper is confident with his team performance and believes that his team could win the tournament. 

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