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Date: 7/8/2018
 

With the completion of the Preliminary Round of the 2018 IHF Womens Junior World Championship earlier this evening, the matches, times and locations for the Eighth-Final and Presidents Cup matches have been confirmed.

Tuesday 10 July
All times local, all matches will be streamed live on the Official Hungary 2018 website HERE

Eighth-Finals

14:00     Russia vs Brazil (Fonix Hall)
14:00     Romania vs Croatia (Hodos Hall)
16:15     Hungary vs Slovenia (Fonix Hall)
16:15     Sweden vs Netherlands (Hodos Hall)
18:30     Iceland vs Norway (Fonix Hall)
18:30     Montenegro vs Korea (Hodos Hall)
20:45     France vs Japan (Fonix Hall)
20:45     Denmark vs Germany (Hodos Hall)

All eighth-finals shall be played in accordance with the knock-out system. In case of a draw at the end of the regular playing time, after a break of five (5) minutes, a first overtime period of 2 x 5 minutes shall be played, changing sides halfway through with a one-minute break in-between. Provisions to the contrary set for individual tournaments shall be given priority.

If the match should still not be decided after this overtime period, after a break of five minutes, a second overtime period of 2 x 5 minutes shall be played, changing ends halfway through with a one-minute break in-between.

Should the match still not be decided after the second overtime period, it is decided with 7m penalty throws in accordance with Rule 2:2 of the Rules of the Game.

Presidents Cup
09:30     Paraguay vs Egypt (Hodos Hall) 21-23 Placement Round
11:45     Portugal vs Chile (Fonix Hall) 17-20 Placement Round
11:45     Angola vs Spain (Hodos Hall) 17-20 Placement Round

Due to the fact that Group A was only played with five teams, due to the withdrawal of Cote dIvoire, China will not face any team in the first round of the Presidents Cup on 10 July and will automatically proceed to the match playing for places 21/22 on 11 July.

No overtime will be played in the Presidents Cup (Placement Round 17-23) matches. In case of a draw at the end of the regular playing time, direct 7m penalty throws shall be used in accordance with the IHF regulations.

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