Zauralie won home tournament

Zauralie won home tournament

Davide Tuniz10 Aug 2018Davide Tuniz»
 

The Tournament in memory of N.V. Paryshev goes to home team with a perfect campaign

 
 
 
 

Home team Zauralie Kurgan won the 9th edition of N.V.Paryshev Memorial, finishing the tournament with a perfect record, including a decisive 3-1 victory against current Kazakh champion  Arlan Kokshetau, winner of the tournament in the last two editions. It's the first victory for Zauralie since the 2012 edition

"In the first two games the team was a little packed . It is clear that the guys are still in the preparation phase of the season. The last match against Rubin, even if the opponent aligned mainly a junior team, showed that the guys quickly get what we require of them. There was a team game played with discipline" said Zauralie coach Albert Loginov, promoted this season as head coach after work as assistant last year, at the end of last game

Zauralie forward Yegor Korobkin, signed in the off-season from Steel Foxes Magnitogorsk, was the top scorer of the tournament with 4 points (3+1)


Results

08/07/2018

Arlan Kokshetau - Rubin  Tyumen 1: 2 so

Zauralie Kurgan - Chelmet  Chelyabinsk 3: 1

08/08/2018

Rubin Tyumen - Chelmet Chelyabinsk 1: 3

Zauralie Kurgan -  Arlan Kokshetau 3: 1

08/09/2018

Chelmet  Chelyabinsk - Arlan Kokshetau 3: 5

Zauralie Kurgan -  Rubin  Tyumen 4: 1


Standing:

1. Zauralie Kurgan pts. 9

2. Arlan Kokshetau pts.4

3. Chelmet Chelyabinsk pts. 3

4. Rubin Tyumen pts. 2

Past winners:

2009: Sputnik Nizhny Tagil

2010: Mechel Chelyabinsk

2011: Kazzinc Torpedo Ust-Kamenogorsk (KAZ)

2012: Zauralie Kurgan

2013: Kazzinc Torpedo Ust-Kamenogorsk (KAZ)

2014: Yamal Sterkhi Noyabrsk

2015: Chelmet Chelyabinsk

2016: Arlan Kokshetau (KAZ)

2017: Arlan Kokshetau (KAZ)

2018: Zauralie Kurgan

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