Gold from the oldest boys category B18 goes to Switzerland
Team Swiss U17 red flew through the play-off without looking back, but in the final they hit a hard resistance. The match in the crowded hall Podvinný mlýn was very even, the fan had to wait for a goal long 32 minutes, after that the battle picked up a whole different speed and score changed three times in a short time. Against all effort FbŠ Bohemians DDM P7 lost with Swiss tight 2:1.
After their success in the B16 category Bohemians was really looking forward for the final of the B18 category. The Swiss team wanted to finish their flawless path through play-off with success and so neither of the teams wanted to step back in the first half. Therefor the mark board had before the break two zeros on it. The teams entered the second half with calm heads. Bohemians played more offensive, but the first goal came from the Swiss side in a quick counterstrike in 33rd minute. And as soon as the Swiss team got ahead they didn't let go. They sharpened their game and scored again in 37th minute. Bohemians didn't give up, they responded with an attack which was rewarded by a goal from Krbec. The last two minute Bohemians played power play, but it didn't suffice. So the triumph in B18 category goes to Switzerland.
Team Swiss U17 Red – FbŠ Bohemians DDM P-7 2:1
Goals: 33. Mock, 37. Braillard – 28. Krbec
B18 final standings:
1. Team Swiss U17 Red (SUI)
2. FbŠ Bohemians DDM P-7 (CZE)
3. FAT PIPE FLORBAL CHODOV (CZE)
IK Zenith (SUI)
B18 category All Stars Team:
Top scorer: Mattias Persson (Team Malmö)
Best player: Matyáš Krebner (FbŠ Bohemians DDM P-7)
Best gaolkeeper: Luca Locher (Team Swiss U17 Red)