Wednesday, February 21, 2024

Amsterdam and Bloemendaal set up all Dutch quarter final; Beeston to play Uhlenhorster

[img_assist|nid=3472|title=Matchwinner|desc=Carl Smith (centre) celebrates a match-winning goal for Beeston vs Club de Campo in Rotterdam – Frank Uijlenbroek/Euro Hockey League|link=popup|align=left|width=200|height=133]Sunday’s Euro Hockey League quarter finals will see Amsterdam H&BC taking on HC Bloemendaal (2.30pm in Rotterdam, 1.30pm UK)and Beeston HC facing Uhlenhorster HC (at 12noon Dutch time, 11am UK). Bloemendaal knocked out the Spanish champions Atletic Terrassa 4-3 on day 1 of the KO16 in Rotterdam. Terrassa was the third Spanish team to be eliminated at KO16 stage as RC de Polo de Barcelona and Club de Campo have also lost their matches earlier this day. 
The Dutch champions AH&BC celebrated a massive 6-0 win over the Russian champions from Dinamo Kazan. Mirco Pruyser’s double strike made him the new top scorer in this EHL edtion. Pruyser is now on seven goals. The English champions Beeston HC were the first team to qualify for the KO8 after beating Club de Campo 2-1 with goals from Ben Arnold and Carl Smith. The EHL double winners Uhlenhorster HC won their KO16 match 3-0 against RC de Polo. 
Saturday will start off with East Grinstead facing CA Montrouge (9.30am Dutch time, 8.30am UK). This match is followed by the game KHC Dragons against Dinamo Elektrostal. The hosts H.C. Rotterdam play Uhlenhorst Mülheim at 2.30pm (Dutch time – 1.30pm UK) before the Day’s action is finished by the last KO16 encounter between Club an der Alster and Reading HC (5pm, 4pm UK time).
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Detailed match summaries, video highlights, images, LIVE STREAMING and much more information on the KO16 is available on , the official website of the Euro Hockey League.

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