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CERH Women's Euro 2011

CERH Women's Euro 2011
2011 Roller Hockey European Championship
Damen Rollhockey Europameisterschaft 2011
Tournament details
Host country Germany
Dates 25 October – 29 October
Teams 5
Venue(s) (in 1 host city)
Final positions
Champions Spain (3rd title)
Runners-up Portugal
Third place Germany
Tournament statistics
Matches played 10
Goals scored 72 (7.2 per match)
Top scorer(s) Natasha Lee (8)

The CERH Women's Euro 2011 or 2011 CERH Women's Championship was the 11th edition of the CERH European Women's Roller Hockey Championship, held between 25 and 29 October, in Cronenberg, Germany as a single round-robin stage. All games were played at Alfred Henckels Halle.

Defending champion Spain won its third title by winning all four games with a 21-4 goal average.[1]

Results

Pl Team Pld W D L GF GA Pts
1 Spain 4 4 0 0 21 4 12
2 Portugal 4 2 1 1 16 10 7
3 Germany 4 2 1 1 15 11 7
4 France 4 1 0 3 15 13 3
5 Switzerland 4 0 0 4 5 34 0

0
0
0
25 Oct 2011 17:45 4–1 France
25 Oct 2011 19:45 7–3 Switzerland
26 Oct 2011 18:00 7–1 Switzerland
26 Oct 2011 19:30 3–0 Germany
27 Oct 2011 18:00 10–0 Switzerland
27 Oct 2011 19:30 3–3 Germany
28 Oct 2011 18:00 10–1 Switzerland
28 Oct 2011 19:30 4–2 France
29 Oct 2011 16:30 4–2 Portugal
29 Oct 2011 18:00 5–2 France

Champion

2011 CERH Women's Roller Hockey European Championship

Spain
Third title

Scorers

8 goals
6 goals
5 goals
4 goals
3 goals
2 goals
1 goal

References

  1. ^ Spain wins the championship again. El Mundo Deportivo, 30 October 2011

External links

  • Official Website of Euro 2011 Cronemberg
  • CERH Women's Euro 2011 at HoqueiPatins.cat (Catalan)
  • Rink Hockey Euro 2010 Wuppertal Information
  • Comité Européen de Rink-Hockey CERH website


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