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Dutch women’s team for Oman training camp
17 Dec 2007 07:50
 

Marc Lammers, head-coach of the women’s team of Netherlands, recently announced his team for a training camp in Oman from 17 until 31 January 2008. During this camp, the World Champions will meet India four times.

The following players are selected:

Lisanne de Roever, Eefke Mulder, Fatima Moreira de Melo, Jiske Snoeks, Nienke Kremers, Wieke Dijkstra, Maartje Goderie, Minke Smabers, Minke Booij, Janneke Schopman, Maartje Paumen, Naomi van As, Ellen Hoog, Sophie Polkamp, Floortje Engels, Eva de Goede, Michelle van der Pols, Kelly Jonker, Marieke Mattheussens, Vera Vorstenbosch, Lidewij Welten.

Source: KNHB

 


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