Scholefield’s PSVK suffer cruel weekend in Hungarian League
31 January 2011
Adam Scholefield’s PVSK-Fuszert suffered a cruel weekend in the Hungarian National League, losing both matches by a single goal.
The British player starred on both Saturday and Sunday as his side lost 8-7 to Debrecen Fujitsu and FTC-Fisher Klima respectively.
Dan Laxton continued his scoring streak in the Dutch Hoofdklasse, bagging a second hat-trick in two weeks for AZ&PC.
But while Laxton’s goals had put Amersfoort in control, a 3-0 final quarter saw them lose out 11-9 to GZC Widex Donk on Saturday.
The other British players in the Dutch league also tasted defeat on Saturday.
Alex Parsonage found the net for UZSC but couldn’t prevent a 10-6 defeat ZPB H&L Productions while Charles Booth’s Het Ravijn slipped to a 14-8 defeat to Polar Bears Ede.
PSV Eindhoven’s British trio of goalkeeper Matt Holland, Mike Bourne and Ric Lawlor also lost on Saturday, although Bourne found the net twice in their 18-5 defeat to second-placed Electrolux AZC.
The three of them were back in the water on Sunday and while Bourne once again bagged a double, they lost 8-5 to AZ&PC, for whom Laxton scored once.
Finally, a goal each from Sean King and Jack Waller wasn’t enough to prevent SV Weiden going down 10-8 to SV Wurzburg in the German Bundesliga.