Women’s handball Gwangju City Corporation ran an undefeated march with Kang Kyung-min (27), who scored 13 goals alone, and kept the lead in the women’s division of the SK Handball Korea League in the 2022-2023 season.
Gwangju City Corporation, led by coach Oh Se-il, won 29-24 against the SK Sugar Gliders in the second round of the women’s division held at the Olympic Park SK Handball Stadium in Songpa-gu, Seoul on the 12th. 슬롯사이트
The solution was Kang Kyung-min. He scored three straight goals in a 4-7 halftime situation to tie the game at 7-7. Kang Kyung-min, who scored 6 goals in the first half, did not stop even in the second half. With the score 19-19, Kang Kyung-min scored another 3 goals, giving the team a 22-19 lead.
Kang Kyung-min scored 13 goals alone and provided 4 assists, contributing to more than half of the team’s goals. Gwangju Metropolitan City Corporation goalkeeper Park Jo-eun (25) made a save with an ERA of 38.9% (14/36).
Kang Kyung-min currently ranks first in the women’s division with 109 points. Gwangju City Corporation, which has never been defeated with 9 wins and 1 draw, firmly kept its first place in the women’s division.
In the match held that day, Busan Facilities Corporation defeated Incheon City Hall 30-26 with Lee Mi-kyung (32) and Alina (21, Belarus) scoring 7 and 6 goals, respectively.
In terms of scoring this season, Alina is in second place after Kang Kyung-min with 82 goals.
Samcheok City Hall led the attack and defeated Gyeongnam Development Corporation 30-25, playing an active role as the MVP of the game, with ‘Scary Rookie’ Kim Min-seo (19) scoring 12 goals and being responsible for 7 assists.