Women’s handball match against Iceland in the World Championship placement match in Macedonia

The Egyptian women’s handball team will meet today, Wednesday, with its Iceland counterpart, at eleven and a quarter in the morning, as part of a meeting to determine the seventh and eighth places in the World Championship held in Macedonia.

The Egyptian women’s handball team lost to its Swedish counterpart, with a score of 27/30, in the context of determining the positions from the fifth to the eighth in the World Championship in Macedonia. The Egyptian women’s handball team also lost to its Hungarian counterpart, 28/23, in the quarter-finals of the World Championship.

The women’s handball team from Denmark lost 32/27 in the second main round match in the World Championship in Macedonia, after it managed to beat Portugal 22/24 in the first match of the main round to ensure qualification for the quarter-finals.

The Egyptian women’s handball team achieved the full mark in the first round by defeating Croatia 33/31, Kazakhstan 39/21 and India 24/22.

Our national women’s national team recently entered a training camp in Poland from July 9 to 20, during which the team played 4 friendly matches against Slovakia and the Czech Republic and won the four matches.

The delegation of our Egyptian national team in the World Championship is headed by Saeed Abdel Ghani, a member of the Board of Directors of the Federation, and includes the technical, administrative and medical staff of the national team for women, born in 2004, Mohamed Farghaly, technical director, Sherif El Shamy, general coach, Hefny Abdel Maqsoud Tiger, load coach, Mohamed Soliman, team technical analyst, and Sherine Mansour. Managing Director of the team, Dr. Zeinab Pasha and Dr. Menna Badawy are physiotherapists.

The list of names for the national team players in the world championship includes: Kenzi Hatem – Nancy Elhami – Nawal Khalil – Malak Ahmed – Shorouk Mahmoud – Taqi Kamel – Jud Ahmed – Menna Hanawi – Fatima Mahmoud – Lubna Ashraf – Jihad Wael – Yathrib Walid – Maryam Omar – Jana Salah – Loujain Osama – Nadine Tarek.

It is worth mentioning that the Egyptian national team for women, born in 2004, won the African Championship in its 17th edition for women’s handball, which was held in Guinea from February 26 to March 6, 2022, and the Egyptian national team qualified for the Women’s World Championship.

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