The Men’s and Women’s Finals in Norway will take place on April 6th in the Kongstenhallen, Fredrikstad. The Women’s Superfinal is played at 14:00 and the Men’s Superfinal at 17:00.

During the weekend (April 6-7) there will also be other finals played when the following age categories are playing their decisive matches: U15, U17 and U19. Tickets can be bought from here.

Men’s Final

Greåker and Sveiva both won their quarter-final series 3-0 (best of five). These teams also met in the final last year and then Greåker came out as the winner after a penalty shootout.

Semi-final results:
Greåker – Sandnes 3-0 (11-3, 9-2, 18-3)
Sveiva – Tunet 3-0 (6-5, 9-3, 14-8)

Women’s Final

The reigning champion, Tunet, will meet Sveiva in the Women’s Superfinal. These teams also met in the final last year.

Tunet won the semi-final series against Sagene 3-0 in matches. Sveiva had a tougher job against SF Grei, but won the semi-final series against 3-2 in matches.

Semi-final results:
Sveiva – Grei 3-2 (3-4, 5-4, 4-1, 2-6, 4-3)
Tunet – Sagene 3-0 (6-3, 3-2, 4-2)

Players of the year in Norway

Jesper Engström from Sandnes IBK was elected the male player of the year in Norway. He collected 77 points (34+43) during the regular season on Norway, which was the second most points. His team, Sandnes IBK, played in the semi-finals for the first time this season.

Rikke Ingebrigtsli Hansen from Tunet IBK was elected the female player of the year. The 19-year-old was elected player of the year for the first time. Despite her young age she is one of the leading players of Tunet and during the regular season she collected 62 (33+29) points and was the top scorer.

Photos: Kent Henriksen & NBF



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