2006 BOYS 15 BANDY WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS
Publish Date : 2006-01-19 21:05:00   Source : MF

WELCOME TO THE
OFFICIAL
HOMEPAGE OF THE

2006 BOYS 15 BANDY
WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS

         


For the first time ever Edsbyn will host a Bandy World Championship. Six teams divided into two groups will participate in the 2006 Boys 15 Bandy WCS: Sweden, Finland, Russia, Kazakstan, Estonia and Poland. The games will be played in the Edsbyn indoor Arena January 27-29 2006.

ROSTERS   Group A                           ROSTERS   Group B

                                  
Sweden    Finland    Russia                               Estonia   Poland     Kazakhstan



NEWS

 
27 jan:
Finnish victory against Russia.
27 jan: Flying start for Sweden.
27 jan: Photos from the Poland-Kazakhstan game.

28 jan: Swedish win against Finland - Russia through to WCS final.
28 jan: Photos from the Sweden-Finland game.
28 jan: Russia to face Sweden in the WCS-final.

29 jan: Sweden WCS Champions.
29 jan: Photos from the WCS final.


 
GAME SCHEDULE
- results will be presented after each game

Friday January 27
Match 1 - 10.30 Group B  Estonia - Kazakhstan 2 - 10  (1-5)
Goal, Estonia: Artur Fedoruk, Ken Kuusk.
Kazakhstan: Muslim Janissov 5, Dair Tulegenov 3, Dmitriy Ponomarenko 2.

Match 2 - 12.00 Group A  Finland - Russia 6 - 3 (2-1)
Goal, Finland: Antti Alajoutsijärvi 2, Teemu Määttä 2, Teemu Tallberg, Tapio Relander. Russia: Yanis Befus 2, Almaz Mirgazov.

Match 3 - 14.30 Group B  Kazakhstan - Poland 6 - 0 (4-0)
Goal Kazakhstan: Muslim Janissov 6

              18.30  Opening Ceremony

Match 4 - 19.30 Group A  Sweden - Russia  5 - 0 (3-0)
Goal Sweden: Filip Gunnarsson 2, Jimmy Lindgren 2, Mattias Johansson


Saturday January 28
Match 5 - 09.00  Grupp A Sweden - Finland  8 - 5 (7-3)
Goal Sweden: Oskar Folkesson 2, Robin Lundqvist 2, Simon Boström, Simon Jansson, Tim Persson, Christoffer Norin   Finland: Tuomas Rintala 3, Sami Maaranen 2

Match 6 - 10.30  Grupp B  Estonia - Poland   9 - 3 (5-0)
Goal Estonia: Robert Rooba 3, Ken Kuusk 3, Artur Fedoruk 2, Keven Leppimann,  Poland: Marek Bryla 2, Michal Karcz

Match 7 - 12.30  Semi Final 1  Finland - Russia  1 - 2 (1-1)
Goal Finland: Sami Maaranen   Russia: Stanislav Mansurov, Alexander Egorychev

Match 8 - 14.30  Semi Final 2  Sweden - Kazakhstan 12 - 0 (5-0)
Goal Sweden: Oskar Folkesson 3, Christoffer Norin 2, Simon Boström 2, Filip Gunnarsson 2, Emil Kaup, Jimmy Lindgren, Mattias Johansson


Sunday January 29
Match 9 -   10.00 5th place match Estonia - Poland         Cancelled

Match 10 - 12.30 3rd place match Finland -  Kazakhstan  26 - 1 (11-1)
Goal Finland: Sami Maaranen 5, Topias Anttila 4, Atte Lämsä 3, Tapio Relander 3, Henri Sailamaa 2, Tuomas Rintala 2, Timi Taponen 2, Teemu Määttä, Samuli Helavuori, Jaakko Turtiainen, Teemu Tallberg, Antti Alajoutsijärvi  Kazakstan: Dair Tulegenov

Match 11 - 15.00 Final                 Russia  - Sweden        1 - 8 (0-1)
Goal Russia: Vladislav Zaostrovtsev  Sweden: Tim Persson 2, Simon Boström 2, Erik Rosengren, Filip Gunnarsson, Christoffer Norin, Simon Jansson


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