Note I – 7th place was decided on Sopron

Kecskemet – Sopron KC 88–80 (27–15, 17–17, 23–16, 21–32)

Kecskemét, NB I Men’s, for 7th, Game 2, 350 spectators. Fifth: Fuldhazy, McCrae, Nilas.

Kecskemét: WITTMANN 15/9, TOWNES 23/9, Ivkovic 3/3, Dramacanin 12, KARAHODZSICS 12. Thursday: KISS D. 10, Tóth B., FAZEKAS 7/3, Tóth P. Coach: Gábor Forray.

SKC: JOSEPH 21/6, White 8/3, Takács 6/6, SITKU 10/6, Molnár 11. Cs: Supola 4, SCHÖLL 8, CSENDES 9/9, Csátaljay 3/3. Coach: Miklos Bors.

Fencing order: 1–1.

The game started with a score of 9-0, then SKC had 4 points, but by the end of the quarter they were trailing by more than 10 points. In the second stage, the home team maintained its advantage by about ten points. Kecskemét started the second half better, increasing the lead to 20 points midway through the third quarter. That’s when SKC switched to a different gear, and thanks to the control of Csendes, who also scored three times, they moved up to four first, but Wittmann’s triple routine prevented SKC from converting.

The decisive third match will take place in Sopron on Wednesday at 17:00.

Miklos Purse: – A disastrous start followed by another two bad quarters. The only good thing that can be said is that we didn’t give up on the game. We fought until the last minute, so we managed to scare Kecskemét a little. We couldn’t save our shooting percentage from Friday. It was obvious that KTE wouldn’t give up easily. We came to finish the duel, but it didn’t work. We are working to win on Wednesday.

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