KO8: SV Kampong – Western Wildcats HC

11 - 0
8 Oct 16:30 CET
Real Club de Polo, Barcelona

Match highlights

'2Jip JanssenJ. Janssen

'6Duco TelgenkampD. Telgenkamp

'27Silas LagemanS. Lageman


'36Duco TelgenkampD. Telgenkamp

'38Jelle PhijfferJ. Phijffer

'47Terrance PietersT. Pieters

'48Sander de WijnS. d. Wijn

'48Duco TelgenkampD. Telgenkamp

'50Rob HarwoodR. Harwood

'50Jip JanssenJ. Janssen

'55Boet PhijfferB. Phijffer

'57Mats MarreeM. Marree

'58Jens de VuijstJ. d. Vuijst

'59Duco TelgenkampD. Telgenkamp


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Match report

SV Kampong backed up their Saturday win over Bloemendaal with a composed victory over Scotland’s Western Wildcats to take up the last EHL FINAL8 ticket on offer from Barcelona.

They eased any worries of an upset in the first six minutes with Jip Janssen dragging home a penalty corner in the second minute.

Duco Telgenkamp then produced a glorious bit of work to make it 2-0, bouncing the ball into the turf, twisting and turning onto his reverse and then unleashing a rocket of a shot.

After that, Kampong were largely in control but found Western goalkeeper Gavin Sommerville in outstanding form and he made a string of fine stops.

Silas Lageman stretched the lead out to three before half-time with a classy shot from the top of the circle. Telgenkamp added another in Q3 with a delicious lift over the sliding Sommerville for 4-0.

And they really cut loose in the closing quarter. Terrance Pieters was next in on the act in the closing quarter before Sander de Wijn and Telgenkamp – for his hat trick – expanded the lead to seven.

Janssen’s second corner, one from Boet Phijffer goal and Mats Marree brought the total to double figures.