Lady Grembach Lodz’s reign for a fourth consecutive year in Poland!

An English-inspired Grembach dominated the women’s Polish beach soccer league to lift the trophy on Sunday

This weekend marked a milestone in Poland’s beach soccer history as Lady Grembach Lodz seized their fourth consecutive national championship. No other Polish team (in the male or female category) has ever achieved this.

An injection of English firepower in the form of 2017 Best Player Sarah Kempson, 2018 Best Player nominee Molly Clark and their English national teammate Katie James, helped the Lodz club claim their fourth title.

ISD-AJD Czestochowa was the first team to face the defending champions and the final result was a tight 4-3 win for Grembach, which was then changed to 5-0 following a penalisation for administrative errors made by Czestochowa. 

Lady Grembach then won their next match with an impressive score of 9-2, and they scored one more in their third match to win 10-4 against Red Devils Chojnice. In the semi-finals they faced Pogon Tczew, sweeping them aside with five goals without conceding, where they confirmed a final day rematch against Red Devils in the final…

Grembach built a 5-1 in the first two periods, but the Red Devils managed a heroic comeback to pull the score back to 5-5. In the added minutes, Lady Grembach scored two goals in just 60 seconds, controlling the remaining minutes and holding on for a 7-5 in extra time.

Molly Clark took the Top Scorer trophy back to England and Karolina Palaczios, also from Lady Grembach Lodz, won the Best Goalkeeper, while Kamila Komisarczyk won the tournament MVP.

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