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Lomza Vive Kielce celebrate title in Poland

Lomza Vive Kielce saved the title in Poland in crazy derby match in Plock with five red cards! At the end, Wisla didn’t managed to win in front of home fans. Terzic, Krajewski and Susnja have been sent off in the first 24 minutes by Croatian referees Gubica and Milosevic who was specially appointed for this match. On the other side Sanchez Migallion and Geballa received red cards.

This is 19th Championship trophy for Kielce, the 11th in a row. The first one was won in 1993.

Orlen Wisła Płock – Łomża Vive Kielce 20:20 k. 3:5 (12:10)

Orlen Wisła: Morawski, Witkowski – Daszek 4, Lucin, Jurecić, Fernandez 1, Serdio 5, Susnja, Szita 2, Krajewski, Terzić, Mihić, Czapliński, Mindegia, Żytnikow 2, Kosorotow 6

Łomża Vive: Kornecki, Wolff – Vujović 1, Sanchez-Migallon, Olejniczak, Sićko 1, A. Dujshebaev 3, Tournat 1, Karacić 1, Kulesz 3, Moryto 7, D. Dujshebaev, Paczkowski, Gębala 1, Karalek 2, Nahi

STANDING:

1. Vive Kielce 26 25 1 0 0 932:649 77
2. Wisla Plock 26 24 0 1 1 850:601 73
3. Azoty-Pulawy 26 18 2 0 6 789:670 58
4. MMTS Kwidzyn 26 13 2 1 10 682:684 44
5. Zabrze 26 13 1 3 9 688:687 44
6. Kalisz 26 11 3 1 11 731:713 40
7. Piotrkowianin Piotrkow 26 12 0 1 13 708:771 37
8. Chrobry Glogow 26 9 2 2 13 739:807 33
9. Gwardia Opole 26 8 4 0 14 642:711 32
10. Zaglebie 26 8 1 1 16 699:756 27
11. Wybrzeze Gdansk 26 6 1 2 17 657:754 22
12. Unia Tarnow 26 6 1 2 17 643:731 22
13. Szczecin 26 6 0 3 17 664:768 21
14. Stal Mielec 26 5 0 1 20 679:801 16
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