Kärra HF broke the deadlock in the cup match thanks to a good start after the break against GF Kroppskultur. While both fighters were trailed in the penalty shootout and first 30, Kärraklass was clearly in the decision after 35-40 minutes.
Kärra had to give up hopes against IK Sävehof, while ‘Kropps’ found two easy points as Premier against Stenungsund HK. Group 1 were in danger of heading for a draw when Kärra responded with an inspired sprint at home.
It was 3-3 after penalties and 13-12 at halftime. Kärra progressed slowly with 10-7 before the visitors found the back of the net four times in a row and levelled.
The final phase of the first half was characterized by a goal drought, after a chat in the dressing room, Kärra was clearly ready to change the picture of the game.
Lovisa Ekberg (eight goals) took responsibility from nine yards out and Kroppskultur came up empty in the second half. More than 15 minutes passed before the visiting team scored in the second.
In front of 314 spectators, it was already over with 19-13 on the board. Korppskiultur looked pale as they ran away and got an ugly goal difference in the back with just two three-goal scorers (Cindy Darrell and Faith Eriksson) on the clock. Kärra has the already mentioned half (15-4) to fall back on if inspiration is needed this winter.
Swedish Cup group 1,
Kärra HF–GF Physical Education 28-16 (13-12)
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