Two bright periods lasted for the FCC
Written by Joachim Orrenius / 14 October, 2018
A very tagged FC Cimrishamn made two really strong periods against Lundalaget Teknologkårens IF on Saturday. This was enough to take the season's first victory with 8-7 at home in Jonebergshallen in Simrishamn.
After the series premiere last weekend, we were many who wondered how the team should get into a game of attack that can loosen up the opposition defense, who will help the last season's shooting winner Andreas Björborn with goal shooter and how the defense game will become more aggressive without it entailing expulsion minutes?
The answers came immediately in Saturday's home premiere in the Joneberg Hall and it was a hearty excuse for coach Fredrik Hennigor who founded the victory.
- After the away premiere, the players of the week have got a real leveling off, says Fredrik Hennigor.
The match against Teknologkårens IF started at a very high pace where FC Cimrishamn pushed back the guests with a loud and aggressive press play. The home team was drummed by the dedicated and strong home finish but it took 14.23 in the first period before the home team got a fair dividend. Andreas Larsson took the ball centrally and saw the door in the away team's goal cage. The FCC then managed a numerical disadvantage before Dennis Hedqvist showed which heavy shot he has from his back position. Hedqvist's canon from half-plan to 2-0 was also the result after period one.
In the beginning of the second period, the FCC increased to 3-0 by clapping-clapping games signed by Andreas Björborn (forwards) and Veton Gashi (scorer). The technology repository replicated immediately by making careful use of a counter-attack. 4-1 came in numerically superior, where Andreas Björborn served Teddy Nander in front of the target. The guests replicated again until 4-2 before Andreas Larsson pressed 5-2 after a nice ball shot behind and over the target. Before the second period, Andreas Björborn presented his specialty - to pellet the ball kitchen path behind the goalkeeper. 6-2 cord for Cimrishamn after two impressive periods.
Before the third period, the question was whether the FCC would be able to keep up the level or if you would be comfortable in the belief that the match was already won. It was both. The guests stepped up, made a strong pick-up and were extremely close to catching up targeting. The FCC, however, held off to an 8-7 outbreak. If the Simrishamn team can hold the same high level in the course of a whole match in the future, it can carry really long in the two initial periods.
FC Cimrishamn's premiere in the floor dance division 3 southern Skåne away against IBK Genarp became a real bottom button. And it didn't get any better that three goals were made by the FCC's former coach, Anders Bäckman, now in Genarp, who then caught a hat trick on his former teammates in Cimrishamn.
Genarp only needed 37 seconds to make the season's first series goal on Cimrishamn. After just over half the first period, the home team also made 2-0 but the FCC replicated quickly twice within 13 seconds! and equalized to 2-2. FCC's premiere shooter was Andreas Björborn and the receipt bombed Carl Ackerlén nicely from his back position.
In the second period, it sometimes heated to on the plane with several expulsions as a result. Genarp was allowed to take the lead again before Cimrishamn's Andreas Larsson proved that it was worth working hard in the press game - Larsson sent in the receipt until 3-3 after 8.42. Only 17 seconds later Anders Bäckman Genarp gave new management.
Cimrishamns got up and played with a really good period in the middle of the final period, with a couple of numerical superiors, but more balls did not want to enter the opponent goal this afternoon. Instead, Genarp was able to run away and eventually won fairly with the whole 8-3.
Cimrishamn's coach Fredrik Hennigor has a lot to think about for the upcoming home premiere on Saturday when Teknologkårens IF from Lund comes to visit Jonbebergshallen. For example, how does the team get to an attack game that can more often loosen up the opponent's defense? Who will help last season's shooter Andreas Björborn with goal scorer? How does the defense game become more aggressive without causing expulsion minutes? On Saturday at 13.00 we will see if Fredrik Hennigor has found the answers.
During the rallycross in Tierp not only did William Nilsson quit four in RallyX Nordic. He also came second in the Swedish championship.
- After this season, which has been a bit like a mountain and valley course, I am very happy with it, says the 18-year-old.
This weekend the rally cross was settled on the Nordic ground. At Tierp Arena, the sixth and final race in RallyX Nordic took place, while the Swedish championship would crown their medalists. Before the weekend, William Nilsson was third in RallyX Nordic, and second in SM. Despite a tough competition, he manages to pinch both an SM silver and a fourth place in RallyX Nordic.
- I bring an SM silver from here. After this season, which has been a bit like a mountain and valley path, I am really happy with it. It shows that I still had a level and low level, which made me pick many points. Of course, I aimed higher in both SM and RallyX Nordic. So now I will delete a line and forget about this year's RallyX Nordic season, to come back strong next year. What happens then I do not know, except that I will be strong as satan, says Nilsson with a smile.
It was the first time ever that rallycross was running on the newly built track at Tierp Arena and in the class Supercar Lites, the whole 24 driver came to the start. Nilsson started the weekend strongly on the training, with a fourth and a sixth time. He later took a heat victory, but with mediocre times. He qualified for a semi-final and there the competition got a sad ending.
- It was a tough competition, both in terms of terms and results. The course changed through all the heats and it was mostly about surviving. I was second in the semi-finals when I got double points, and the competition ended there unfortunately.
Really, the show doesn't pack away the rally crossing for this year. November 24 November runs the last race of the RX25 International Series in Cape Town, South Africa.
Gärsnäs AIS season as newcomers in division 5 ended with a successful second place, which means qualifying for division 4. In the last match of the series, IFK Ystad was defeated on Saturday afternoon with 2-1 in an entertaining match at home on Gärsvalla.
This became an attack-friendly match in the fantastic late summer weather that might as well have ended 3-3. Already in the fourth minute Niklas Bernhoff did 1-0 for Gärsnäs. After just over half an hour, IFK Ystad's Robin Nevelin drove the ball into the home team penalty area and ended with a cool lift until 1-1.
Before the half-time rest, Gärsnäs had an 2-1 ball in goal, but was sentenced for offside. Backwards, Gärsnäs 19-year-old goalkeeper Sebastian Petersson directed his backline with clarity and active play. 11 stood half.
The redirection made up for late victory goals
Gärsnäs centerback Robin Eriksson made a strong effort and cleared away many of Ystad's assault attempts with powerful breaks and certainly the main game. Both teams went for the victory and with the quarter left, Ystad's constant momentum Robin Nevelin again made a nice run that ended with shots against goal but Gärsnäs custodian Sebastian Petersson managed to save. When less than ten minutes remained, Gärsnäs coach Ola Nilsson directed his men. Up to the top, the center-back Robin Eriksson was sent, which only a few minutes later served Axel Andersson who was able to roll in 2-1, which also became the end result.
Qualities for the four are waiting - "we are not happy here"
Now there will be two qualifying matches against Skabersjö IF, which ended third in the southwestern division 5 series. Gärsnäs starts away on Wednesday this week and then home now on Saturday.
- We have worked hard all season with owning ball and when we got started our game in the second half of the second half we pressed on and did well. We qualified up to five in last year so we like anguish and are not satisfied here, says Gärsnäs coach Ola Nilsson who hopes for big public on Saturday at Gärsvalla.