← Previous Story Montenegro lost Mehmedović until end of EHF EURO 2012! Next Story → Montenegro and Norway with the first match balls for semi-finals MMTS KwidzynOrlen Wisla Plock Polish vice-champion and current leader of the Championship, Orlen Wisla Plock had a serious challenge against MMTS Kwidzyn 36:32 (22:19). Always tricky away game in Kwidzyn, Lars Walter and his players survived, even in the last period of the match both teams came equal – 30:30. Here you can see VIDEO from, before and after this match. Another great work of Wisla TV staff…MMTS Kwidzyn – Orlen Wisła Płock 32:36 (19:22)MMTS: Suchowicz, Szczecina – Pacześny, Klinger, Mroczkowski 1, Orzechowski 10, Peret 4, Sadowski, Adamuszek 8, Rosiak, Nogowski 3, Seroka, Łangowski, Daszek 6, Rombel.Orlen Wisła: Sego, Wichary – Eklemovic 4, Spanne 9, Wiśniewski 1, Kubisztal 2, Kavas 1, Ghionea 1, Twardo, Toromanovic 1, Syprzak 2, Paczkowski 1, Nanadić 9, Nikcevic 5, Ilyes.The top scorer was Petar Nenadić with 9 goals. If you want to know something more about Serbian “Petar Pan”, you can send a question to him until Wednesday 12. p.m.