Dresden. After a ten long week break, the talents of the VC Olympia Dresden are going to full force this weekend in the 2nd Bundesliga. On Saturday at 3 p.m., Andreas Renneberg’s protégés will appear at the Reserve of the Red Ravens in Vilsbiburg, and the day after at 4 p.m. at TV Altdorf.
With nine games so far, the Elbe city women have played the least of all 13 second division clubs. For example, Dingolfing and Planegg-Krailling recently canceled their trips to Saxony due to the high incidence figures in Florence on the Elbe. The VCO girls around captain Lydia Stemmler have to regain that competitive feeling.
Before the break, the youth team had celebrated five wins in a row. Of course, the Renneberg protégés would like to build on this. However, this will be a demanding task with the Raben Reserve. In addition to their young players, the Vilsbiburg women also have some experienced athletes in their ranks, including the former Hungarian national player Eszter Nagy, who previously played in the Bundesliga for Wiesbaden and the ravens. At the table penultimate TV Altdorf there should be something countable on Sunday, especially since the hosts have only had two wins in eleven games so far.