Katty piejos

Katty Piejos
Personal information
Full nameKatty Tolla Piejos
Born (1981-08-21) 21 August 1981 (age 32)
La Trinité, Martinique, French West Indies
NationalityFrench
Height1.63 m (5 ft 4 in)
Weight61kg (135lb)
Playing positionRight wing
NicknameKate, Kat
Club information
Current clubMetz Handball
Number10
Youth clubs
1993-2001Réveil Sportif (Gros-Morne, Martinique)
Senior clubs
2001-2004
2004-
Havre Athletic Club Handball
Metz Handball
National team 1
2006-France France128 (377)[1]
1 National team caps and goals correct
as of 4 December 2012

Katty Tolla Piejos, (born 21 August 1981 in La Trinité, Martinique, French West Indies) is a French handball player.[2]

Teams

  • Réveil Sportif (Gros-Morne, Martinique), 1993-2001
  • Havre Athletic Club Handball, 2001-2004
  • Metz Handball since 2004

Results[3]

  • Champion of the French Championship of second division (D2F) in 2002 (Le Havre)
  • Fourth of the French Championship of the first division (D1F) in 2003 (Le Havre)
  • Third of the French Championship of the first division (D1F) in 2004 (Le Havre)
  • Champion of the French Championship of first division (D1F) in 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2011 (Metz)
  • Win the French League Cup in 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2011 (Metz)
  • Win the Bronze medal Of the European's Championship in 2006, in Switzerland (French Team)
  • Fifth in the World Championship in 2007, in France, with 2 matches played (French Team)

Awards

  • Best player of the TIPIFF tournament, Paris 2006[4]
  • 3rd best right wing of the French championship (D1F) 2007-2008

Statistics

  • French Championship
    • 2002-2003: 27 goals, 1.3 goals per game, 0.51 of success[5]
    • 2003-2004: 26 goals, 1.2 goals per game, 0.58 of success[5]
    • 2004-2005: 25 goals, 1.2 goals per game, 0.50 of success[5]
    • 2005-2006: 70 goals, 3.2 goals per game, 0.60 of success[5]
    • 2006-2007: 77 goals, 3.5 goals per game, 0.56 of success[5]
    • 2007-2008: 84 goals, 3.82 goals per game, 0.60 of success[6]
    • 2008-2009: 18 goals, 3.6 goals per game, 0.61 of success[6]
  • Champions league of the EHF[7]
    • 2004-2005: 2 games, 7 goals, 3,5 goals per game
    • 2005-2006: 4 games, 14 goals, 3,5 goals per game
    • 2006-2007: 4 games, 13 goals, 3,25 goals per game
    • 2007-2008: 20 goals, 4 goals per game
    • 2008-2009: 13 goals, 4.3 goals per game, 0.68 of success
  • EHF Cup[8]
    • 2004-2005: 6 games, 4 goals, 0,67 goals per game
    • 2005-2006: 6 games, 7 goals, 1,17 goals per game
    • 2006-2007: 4 games, 16 goals, 4 goals per game
    • 2007-2008: 2 games, 9 goals, 4.5 goals per game
  • French League Cup
    • 2007-2008:3 games, 8 goals, 2.67 goals per game [9]
  • French Team
    • 20 selections: 19 goals, 0.95 goals per game

References

External links

  • Havre Athlétic Club
  • Metz Handball
  • French Hand Ball Federation
  • Femmes2defis

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