Allettanpremiären mot Halmstad Hammers i Liljas Arena. Matchen slutade 3-4 till Halmstad. *** Grafikpaket från sändningen med resultat/tid och ...
Bitter förlust i Allettanpremiären mot Halmstad. Vi tog snacket med backen #29 Viktor Bolin direkt efter matchen 🤝
I retromatchen mellan Nybro Vikings - Halmstad Hammers där vikingarna spelade i sina gamla färger från 70-talet blev det förlust i Liljas Arena med 3-5. Vikings ...
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