Handball. Metz Handball tests itself, Emma Tuccella and Les Bleues advance

The Messinas will know

The group lives well. It’s a certainty when you take a quick look at Metz Handball’s social networks. The Messines have been in Denmark since last Saturday on the lands of Louise Burgaard and Kristina Jorgensen. Not to take advantage of the beauty of the landscapes and the local benevolence, but to better prepare for their new season. To solidify the links between them and obviously work hard (two bodybuilding sessions, five handball sessions, a race outing and a recovery/balneotherapy afternoon on Tuesday).

Two high-level friendly matches are also scheduled to conclude this week of work away from the Arena. This Thursday at 4 p.m., Emmanuel Mayonnade’s players will have a first try against the Norwegians of Storhamar. A taste of the Champions League from Metz Handball will host the finalists of the last Norwegian championship on September 11 at the Palais des Sports in Nancy. The next day, the Messines will continue with a shock against Odense, reigning Danish champions (4 p.m.), before hitting the road again. Sacred program for Bruna De Paula and her teammates!

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U18 World Cup: Les Bleues off to a good start

The France U18 team is off to a good start in the world championship. Two Messines, two wingers ( Emma Tucella and Manon Errard) are part of the Blues in North Macedonia.

The French team first disposed of Spain (31-28), then Argentina (23-20) before giving in a small but against the Hungarian favorite (22-21). Tuccella (1/4 against Argentina and ½ against Hungary) and Errard (1/6 against Spain and ½ against Hungary) have not yet particularly come to light. What’s next for Les Bleues? A main round where they will face Norway and Brazil on Thursday and Friday.

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