Handball: in Hungary, the USDK was full of good vibes

The Dunkirks ended their week of training in Hungary on Friday with a third preparation match won 35-31 against the local team of Csurgói.

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Dunkirk ended their preparation stage in Hungary with a 35-31 victory (16-15 at halftime) on Friday against the local team of Csurgói. The main thing was elsewhere for Franck Maurice: “ We are very satisfied with everything that has been produced, both in terms of investment, mental, physical. The group responds really well to requests at the level of the game project and the team. And in handball, we are where we wanted to beexplains the new USDK coach. Our first match against Veszprém (lost 35-25) was a good entry test against one of the best teams in Europe. We were able to measure everything we were missing and that was normal for a first game, but we also saw that we were capable of a lot of things. We used it as an anchor point. »

Dylan Garain preserved

This allowed the Northerners to win Thursday the second of three preparation matches scheduled for this stadium in Hungary, against Tatabanya (27-25). To note that Dylan Garaintouched in a knee was preserved for these three meetings. Gabriel Nyembo and Kornel Nagy, both in the recovery phase, were on the trip but they trained separately. USDK returns to the North this Saturday with a new week of work looming to prepare for the tournament Horizon 2024. A first match awaits him against Sporting Lisbon, Saturday August 20, 8 p.m., in Dunkirk. The following day, the USDK will face either Aix-en-Provence Montpellier, in Billy-Montigny.

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