At EVZ, the advancement of women was (again) a priority this year. 16 years after the withdrawal of the women’s national team, the Central Swiss national team caused a sensation when it returned and brought national player Lara Stalder into the team, among others.
However, the federation’s original plan to enter the Women’s League, the highest Swiss league, was destroyed by the federation. The restart should have been second highest in the league.
Stalder with 15 goals
After just three rounds, it can be said that the Central Swiss Women may be better off in the top league. The scores for the first three rounds are 14:0, 17:0 and 21:0. Stalder alone scored 15 goals and already has 23 top scorer points.
“The result is not the focus, we want to develop ourselves further,” admitted Nadine Hofstetter after the shooting festival against HC Thurgau Ladies. This additional development will likely result in a budget upgrade at the end of the season – to the benefit of all teams in SWHL B.
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