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Ivan Tiritas (TSV Bargeteheide / left) against Bendix Tietz (SV Todesfelde II). Photo: Klaus Unger

Kisdorf- The Verbandsliga Süd-West is playing the ninth matchday this weekend. leader SSC Phoenix Kisdorf guested at TSV Bargteheide. Both teams are separated by six points. Also second in the table WSV Tangstedt is already four points ahead of TSV and still has a catch-up game. Should Kisdorf and Tangstedt win their games, the gap would increase even more. The WSV is a guest at the tail light SV Wasbek. After the last two good games, which were lost, he wants SC Rönnau be victorious again. The team of coaches Soren Warnick welcomes VfR Horst on Saturday and wants to move up the table with a win. The kickers also want to win again TuS Hartenholm after the last three defeats. The Hartenholmers play at SG Elmenhorst/Tremsbüttel on Sunday.

SV Wasbek – WSV Tangstedt (Sat., 2 p.m.)

Kevin Steen (Tangstedt): “We’re playing this weekend against a team that got promoted this year. The home side currently have the second best striker in the league in their team. For us, a game is something you have to approach 100 percent like any other. We’re well prepared and know that we can’t afford to drop any points.”

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SC Rönnau 74 – VfR Horst (Sat., 2 p.m.)

Sören Warnick (SC Rönnau 74): “After two great games from us, it’s time we finally reap the rewards. We’ll play hard to win and hope that the knot in front of the goal will finally burst and we won’t waste so many chances. This only works if we keep believing in ourselves.”

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Leezener SC – SG Oering-Seth (Sat., 4 p.m.)

Yorck Maennich (SG Oering-Seth): „.“

TSV Bargteheide – SSC Phoenix Kisdorf (Sun., 2 p.m.)

Marc Rieger (TSV Bargteheide): “We expect a similar game as last weekend in Hartenholm. If we are also successful on Sunday we will be happy in Hartenholm. We want to remain at the top of the table and cannot afford to slip up. We’re playing at home and want to keep the three points in Bargteheide. Of course, we will miss the two suspended players, but a few injured players will return to the squad.”

Dominik Fseisi (Phoenix Kisdorf): “The next good opponent is waiting for us. We have to do everything we can to survive against this strong team. We have some sick players and we have to see how we will be staffed. But we don’t have any pressure and we’re looking forward to the next game.”

SG Elmenhorst/Tremsbüttel – TuS Hartenholm (Sun., 3 p.m.)

Marius Kirstein (TuS Hartenholm): “Despite the last few weeks, we are going to Elmenhorst in a spirit of battle. The omens are not good due to various failures, but we still want to offer a good opponent an exciting fight and finally score three points again.”

The 9th game day:

SV Todesfelde II – TS Einfeld (Fri., 8 p.m.)
SV Wasbek – WSV Tangstedt (Sat., 2 p.m.)
SC Rönnau – VfR Horst
Leezener SC – SG Oering-Seth (4 p.m.)
TSV Bargteheide – SSC Phoenix Kisdorf (Sun., 2 p.m.)
SG Elmenhorst/Tremsbüttel – TuS Hartenholm (3 p.m.)
TuS Krempe – Fetihspor Kellinghusen

The table:

1. SSC Phoenix Kisdorf 8 27 : 10 21
2. WSV Tangstedt 7 23 : 6 19
3. TSV Bargteheide 8 26 : 11 15
4. SV Totenfelde II 8 18 : 11 15
5. SG Elmenhorst /​ Tremsbüttel 8 13 : 11 13
6. TuS Hartenholm 8 18 : 12 12
7. TuS brim 8 9 : 15 12
8. VfR Horst 7 17 : 14 11
9. SC Rönnau 74 8 10 : 14 11
10. Fetihspor Kaltenkirchen 8 14 : 12 10
11. Leezener SC 8 10 : 20 8
12. SG Oering-Seth 8 19 : 27 7
13. TS Einfeld 8 11 : 24 2
14. SV Wasbek 8 11 : 39 1

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