Which team will win Baltic Handball League 2017?
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Baltic Handball League's management has confirmed the match schedule for this season's Final Four. The tournament will take place in Põlva's Mesikäpa Hall on 8th and 9th April. The teams who will fight for the 2016/17 season's title are Serviti Põlva, ZTR Zaporozhye, Cocks Riihimäki and SKA Minsk.
Baltic Handball League's quarter-finals produced one truly dramatic tie in the Estonian-derby, but in the end it's Serviti Põlva, Cocks Riihimäki and ZTR Zaporozhye who join SKA Minsk in the Final Four after the Belarussians secured their place already last week. The Final Four will take place in Põlva on 8th and 9th April.
We will know all four participants of this seasons BHL Final Four by the end of this weekend! It takes three days and five quarter-final matches in three countries, but it will be decided. SKA Minsk is waiting anxiously, who will be their opponents for the final games of the season.
Baltic Handball League's quarter-finals are on the way and the first Final Four participant is alread known – SKA Minsk defeated Tenax Dobele over two quarter-finals with an aggregate score of 73-49. In the other quarter-final, which started past weekend, nothing is decided, as HC Kehra/Horizon Pulp&Paper took only a minimal advantage over Serviti Põlva by 27-26. The remaining five the quarter-final matches will be played this week, starting on Friday.
Quarter-final stage of the 2016/17 Baltic Handball League season will start in coming weekend and by Sunday we will already know one of the participants in this year's Final Four. Tenax Dobele and SKA Minsk will play both legs of the quarter-final tie in Latvia, while the all-Estonian quarter-final between HC Kehra/Horizon Pulp&Paper and Serviti Põlva will kick off on Sunday.
The group stage of the 2016/17 Baltic Handball League ended in an exciting battle, as the last quarter-finalist of the Group A was only decided in the very last game of the regular season! Dragunas Klaipeda had slipped past Viljandi HC after two wins this weekend, but the Estonian club held strong, beat Celtnieks Riga and clinched the last quarter-final spot.
|3||HC Kehra/Horizon Pulp&Paper||10||6||0||4||281:280||1||12|
|5||VHC Šviesa Vilnius||8||1||0||7||206:250||-44||2|