19 marzo 2013



Leg 1
09/03/2013 12:00Club Natacio Atletic Barceloneta15 - 5CSM Digi Oradea
09/03/2013 17:00BVK Crvena Zvezda Belgrade13 - 6ZF Eger
09/03/2013 19:15Olympiakos SC Piraeus9 - 8Spartak Volgograd
09/03/2013 20:30Montpellier Waterpolo6 - 9A-HID Szeged Beton
09/03/2013 20:30Vouliagmeni NC16 - 12Cercle des Nageurs de Marseille
09/03/2013 20:30Galatasaray Spor Kulubu9 - 6Sintez Kazan
10/03/2013 15:00Schuurman BZC Borculo1 - 19Jug CO Dubrovnik
10/03/2013 19:00Partizan Raiffeisen Belgrade9 - 5Associazione Nuotatori Brescia SSD ARL
Leg 2
20/03/2013 18:00Jug CO Dubrovnik17 - 7Schuurman BZC Borculo
20/03/2013 18:00Sintez Kazan11 - 11Galatasaray Spor Kulubu
20/03/2013 19:00Spartak Volgograd13 - 10Olympiakos SC Piraeus
20/03/2013 19:00ZF Eger8 - 8BVK Crvena Zvezda Belgrade
20/03/2013 19:30Associazione Nuotatori Brescia SSD ARL6 - 7Partizan Raiffeisen Belgrade
20/03/2013 19:30Cercle des Nageurs de Marseille13 - 10Vouliagmeni NC
20/03/2013 20:00CSM Digi Oradea8 - 12Club Natacio Atletic Barceloneta
21/03/2013 18:00A-HID Szeged Beton18 - 7Montpellier Waterpolo

Results :

WATERPOLO - C.N.Atlètic Barceloneta a quarts de final de la Champions! (FCN)

10:55 - El club català ja està a quarts de final de la màxima competició europea. El C.N.Atlètic Barceloneta va guaNyar ahir al DIgi Oradea per 8 a 12 a casa dels romanesos. Aquesta victòria, més la renta de gols positiva que portaven del partit d'anada, 15 a 5, ha donat la classificació a l'equip català pels quarts de final.

Al C.N.Atlètic Barceloneta l'acompanyaran en aquests quarts de final: Galatasaray (TUR), Spartak Volgograd (RUS), Jug Dubrovnik (CRO), Estrella Roja (SRB), Partizan (SRB) i Vouliagmeni (GRE).


Definidos seis posibles rivales del Barceloneta (RFEN)

Definidos seis posibles rivales del Barceloneta

21/03/2013 - A falta del choque de vuelta de octavos de final de Champions entre el A—HID Szeged Beton y el Montpellier Waterpolo, previsto esta tarde a las 18 horas, el Barceloneta ya conoce a seis de sus siete posibles rivales en los decisivos cuartos de final de la máxima competición europea. El conjunto marinero, que ayer eliminó con contundencia al CSM Digi Oradea, conocerá su destino el próximo lunes a las 12 horas.
Dos conjuntos serbios, un croata, un ruso, un turco y un griego conforman, por ahora, el roster de los cuartos de final de la Champions League de waterpolo. Tan sólo resta por conocer el resultado agregado del partido entre el Szeged Beton y el Montpellier, serie que los húngaros dominan por 6-9 y que se cerrará esta tarde a las 18 horas.
El listado de rivales del conjunto marinero arranca con los siempre temidos equipos serbios, BVK Crvena Zvezda de Belgrado y Partizán. El primero eliminó al ZF Eger sin demasiados apuros (agregado: 21-14) y el segundo hizo lo propio (16-11) con el AN Brescia. De la región balcánica procede también el Jug Dubrovnik croata, que sentenció la eliminatoria ante el Schuurman BZC en la ida, encuentro en que protagonizaron la goleada de los octavos de final, 1-19 (la vuelta reflejó un también un claro 17-7).
Desde Turquía procede el Galatasaray de Estambul, que deja en el camino (9-6 y 11-11) al segundo clasificado del Grupo C, el Sintez Kazán. El único representante ruso de la serie de cuartos será, pues, el Spartak de Volgogrado, que avanza a cuartos eliminando al Olympiakos de nuestro Blai Mallarach (agregado: 21-19). Completa el listado, por ahora, el Vouliagmeni griego, que se impuso al Marsella por la mínima (26-25).
El sorteo de los cuartos de final tendrá lugar el lunes, 25 de marzo, a las 12 horas, y, a diferencia de los octavos, será natural. Los cuatro equipos que superen esta ronda se medirán en la final a cuatro, cuya sede está todavía por decidir.

Spartak, Galatasaray qualify for quarter-finals

Waterpoloworld| Wednesday 20 March 2013, 17:37 | Tim Hartog
© Henk Swinkels
Spartak Volgograd and Galatasaray Istanbul are the first two sides that have qualified for the Champions League quarter-finals. On Wednesday they edged their opponents by getting a home win and away draw respectively. Reigning Russian champion Spartak eliminated Greek powerhouse Olympiakos Piraeus despite a close 9-8 defeat in leg 1. The Russians responded well at home beating the Greek squad 13-10. Veteran Dmitry Straten delivered a nice performance netting five goals for the home side. Galatasaray meanwhile recorded an 11-all draw in the Russian city of Kazan which was more than enough after the 9-6 win in Turkey in leg 1. Serbian players Slobodan Nikic (pictured) and Srdjan Aksentijevic scored a game-high three goals each.

Jug Dubrovnik was the third side to qualify for the quarter-finals, although there weren't any doubts about that qualification after leg 1. The Croats again recorded a big win over reigning Dutch champs Schuurman BZC this time beating them 17-7 at home. Miho Boskovic was on target for the title favorite netting five goals while Maro Jokovic, captain Niksa Dobud and Nikola Janovic added two each.

Two other favorites made no mistake and joined the final eight as expected, mainly after the respective first leg match results. Preliminary round group C winners Barceloneta gained another win over Romanian champion CSM Oradea after their ten-goal rout in game 1. On Wednesday Oradea looked improved but the visitors from Spain still were superior and ended up victorious 8-12. The offensive versatility with strong center Josip Vrlic, quick counter attacks through Felipe Perrone and offensive shooting power of Marc Minguell and Marko Petkovic simply was too much for the home side who did not gave up but were unable to make life hard for this year's Spanish Cup winners.

Andrija Prlainovic scored three goals for Crvena Zvezda to help them reaching a tie with home side ZF-Eger. But the Hungarians were just playing for the honor and home victory after the 13-6 loss in Serbia in the teams' first meeting. This time Eger managed to stay much closer and made up for a 6-8 deficit in the final phase through goals by Gabor Kovacs and youngster Balint Lorincz who netted the equalizer; the final achievement of the current Hungarian vice-champions in Europe's main club competition this season.

Good news for the hosts of the Final Four tournament as a second Belgrade-based squad, Partizan, joined the final eight after a close 6-7 win over Brescia in Italy. Not even a victory was needed after head coach Vladimir Vujasinovic and his men had already won the first match-up 9-6 but the Serbs managed to walk away with a second straight victory over the current Italian league leaders courtesy of a nice final quarter finish, fueled by Dusan Mandic' three goals. Teammate Milos Cuk scored a pair for Partizan.

The one squad that had a close call was Vouliagmeni. After a seemingly comfortable 16-12 win over Marseille almost two weeks ago the second meeting have the reigning Greek champs a hard time as the French stormed to leading 8-4 at half time, with an upset as realistic option. But Vouliagmeni was not to give up. Although difficult the visitors managed to reduce the deficit but the necessary margin of one goal in the third quarter and hung on to fall by three goals, enough to still reach the quarter-finals. Canadian center Nicolas Constantin-Bicari was huge for Marseille scoring a game-high four goals while veteran Frederic Audon added three but it was not enough. Alexandros Gounas netted a triple for the eventual victorious side.

Szeged and Montpellier concluded the round of last sixteen on Thursday with their match-up in Hungary. Szeged had won the first meeting 9-6 in France and recorded a dominating 18-7 win at home to raise no doubts about their Final Four contention status. Szeged led 4-2 after the first quarter and walked away from that point on to reach a comfortable 5-goal margin at half-time already (9-4). Joseph Kayes was well on target earning top scoring honours with five goals.

The draw for the quarter-finals will be held on Monday March 25 in Rome, Italy at 12.00 hrs local time.
Champions League 2012-2013
Round of last 16

Leg 2


Wednesday March 20

18.00: Jug CO Dubrovnik (CRO)* vs. Schuurman BZC (NED) 17-7 (4-1, 5-2, 5-2, 3-2)
Jug lead series 19-1 after leg 1

18.00: Sintez Kazan (RUS) vs. Galatasaray Istanbul (TUR)* 11-11 (2-2, 2-2, 4-4, 3-3)
Galatasaray led series 9-6 after leg 1

19.00: Spartak Volgograd (RUS)* vs. Olympiakos Piraeus (GRE) 13-10 (2-2, 3-4, 5-4, 3-2)
Olympiakos led series 9-8 after leg 1

19.00: ZF-Eger (HUN) vs. Crvena Zvezda (SRB)* 8-8 (2-2, 0-3, 3-2, 3-1)
Crvena Zvezda led series 13-6 after leg 1

19.30: AN Brescia (ITA) vs. Partizan Raiffeisen Belgrade (SRB)* 6-7 (1-2, 1-1, 3-2, 1-2)
Partizan led series 9-5 after leg 1

19.30: CN Marseille (FRA) vs. Vouliagmeni NC (GRE)* 13-10 (3-3, 5-1, 3-4, 2-2)
Vouliagmeni led series 16-12 after leg 1

20.00: CSM DiGi Oradea (ROU) vs. CN Atletic-Barceloneta (ESP)* 8-12 (2-3, 3-3, 2-4, 1-2)
CN Atletic-Barceloneta led series 15-5 after leg 1

Thursday March 21

18.00: A-HID Szeged Beton (HUN)* vs. Montpellier Waterpolo 18-7 (4-2, 5-2, 4-1, 5-2)
A-HID Szeged Beton led series 9-6 after leg 1

N.b.: times mentioned are local time

*qualifies for quarter-finals

Quarter-finals draw to beld on Monday March 25 in Rome, Italy


Champions: El Barceloneta avanza a cuartos ( RFEN )

Champions: El Barceloneta avanza a cuartos

20/03/2013 - El CN Atlètic—Barceloneta se ha impuesto por 8—12 al CSM Digi Oradea en el encuentro de vuelta de octavos de final de la Champions League de waterpolo, disputado esta noche en suelo rumano. Los catalanes entrarán ahora en el sorteo de la decisiva fase de cuartos, previsto el lunes a las 12 horas, que constituirá la última etapa antes de la ansiada Final Four.
Encuentro plácido para el Barceloneta en Oradea, que ha servido para sellar el pase a cuartos de Champions. El conjunto de Santi Fernández, que defendía un cómodo 15-5 logrado en la ida, ha mandado en el encuentro desde el inicio, llegando a acumular una renta de dos goles cerca del descanso, neutralizada parcialmente por el conjunto centroeuropeo (5-6). Tras el receso, un parcial de 0-3 para los marineros, con tantos de Petkovic, de penalti; Josip Vrlic y Felipe Perrone les ha permitido abrir brecha a los marineros que, tras un intercambio de dianas hacia el final del cuarto, se han llevado a la banda un cómodo 7-10. Una manga de 1-2, con dianas de Marc Roca y Marc Minguell, han puesto el definitivo 8-12 con que se ha llegado al término de los 32 minutos reglamentarios.
El sorteo de los cuartos de final tendrá lugar el lunes, 25 de marzo, a las 12 horas, y en él estarán presentes, por ahora, el CN Atlètic-Barceloneta, el Galatasaray, que ha eliminado al Sintez Kazán, y el Spartak de Volgogrado, que ha hecho lo propio con el Olympiakos de Blai Mallarach. Más resultados en el siguiente enlace


Waterpolo At Barceloneta pasó facilmente a cuartos de final

20:57 - Jose Ramon Costa Jussa ( Globedia )
Los pronosticos se cumplieron y después de haber resuelto practicamente la eliminatoria de octavos de final de la Euroliga en Barcelona, al vencer al Oradea por 15-5, esta tarde, en piscina rumana los discipulos de Santi Fernandez han batido a su rival por 8-12, con lo que se clasifican para los cuartos de final.
El partido llego al descanso con 5-6 favorable a los marineros que ampliaron su ventaja en la segunda parte del partido con una buena racha. El Barceloneta se hizo ya totalmente con el partido, cerrando el tercer cuarto con 7-10 y redondeando en el ultimo periodo el 8-12.
Protagonistas destacados de la confrontacion han sido Roca, Minguell, Vrlic, Perrone y Pectkovic, que decidieron la marcha del encuentro hacia sus intereses.
El lunes proximo se sortean los cuartos de final, para los que se han clasificado además del equipo catalán el Galatasaray, y el Spartak de Volvogrado



Close calls expected in Russia

Waterpoloworld| Tuesday 19 March 2013, 20:43 | Tim Hartog

In In some cases the Champions League round of last sixteen saw dominant and impressive victories in round 1. But the difference was quite small in some other match-ups. The two Russian participants, including defending national champion Spartak Volgograd, will have everything to fight for at home after relatively close defeats over a week ago. Sintez Kazan has to make up three goals after falling to Galatasaray in Istanbul 9-6 while Spartak and current Greek league leaders Olympiakos are up for a tense battle. Both sides prooved to be close and a 9-8 final score out of Greece leaves all options open for the second meeting, this time in the Western Russian city. Another team that will play hard for the best possible result is current Italian league leading side Brescia. Their trip to Belgrade on March 10 was not too succesful and with a 9-5 deficit the Italians know only a big win can help them survive. Althougn a daunting task, home advantage and the team's good form in the domestic league all season should help them believing a good result is still possible. The same goes for French side Marseille who lost by four against Vouliagmeni in Greece but with home advantage in leg 2 will be hoping for an upset. ZF-Eger meanwhile looks eliminated after a little surprising seven-goal defeat against Crvena Zvezda in Belgrade while the teams from CSM Orade facing Barceloneta and Schuurman BZC, versus Jug Dubrovnik, have seemingly insurmountable distances to make up for and can only play hard to close out this year's Champions League campaign the best they can.

Champions League 2012-2013
Round of last 16

Leg 2


Wednesday March 20

18.00: Jug CO Dubrovnik (CRO) vs. Schuurman BZC (NED)
Jug leads series 19-1

18.00: Sintez Kazan (RUS) vs. Galatasaray Istanbul (TUR)
Galatasaray leads series 9-6

19.00: Spartak Volgograd (RUS) vs. Olympiakos Piraeus (GRE)
Olympiakos leads series 9-8

19.00: ZF-Eger (HUN) vs. Crvena Zvezda (SRB)
Crvena Zvezda leads series 13-6

19.30: AN Brescia (ITA) vs. Partizan Raiffeisen Belgrade (SRB)
Partizan leads series 9-5

19.30: CN Marseille (FRA) vs. Vouliagmeni NC (GRE)
Vouliagmeni leads series 16-12

20.00: CSM DiGi Oradea (ROU) vs. CN Atletic-Barceloneta
CN Atletic-Barceloneta leads series 15-5

Thursday March 21

18.00: A-HID Szeged Beton (HUN) vs. Montpellier Waterpolo
A-HID Szeged eton leads series 9-6

N.b.: times mentioned are local time

Dimitrios Mazis and Olympiakos are set for a tough battle in Russia


WATERPOLO - C.N.Atlètic Barceloneta a un pas d'assegurar-se els quarts de final (FCN)

15:11 - L'equip català de waterpolo jugarà dimecres 20 de març a les 19.00 h (20.00 h a Oradea ) el partit de tornada dels vuitens de final de la Champions contra el Digi Oradea a Romania. Els mariners arriben a Oradea amb una bona renta de gols del partit d'anada, ja que el van guanyar per 15 a 5. Tot i el resultat els homes de Santi Fernández saben que la màxima competició europea no entén de concessions i es llançaran a l'aigua a buscar una nova victòria que els classifiqui pels quarts de final de la Champions. Aquests es jugaran el 17 d'abril l'anada i l'1 de maig la tornada.


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