Alexandrina Cabral

Alexandrina Barbosa
Alexandrina Barbosa 2013.jpg
Cabral in 2013
Personal information
Full nameAlexandrina Cabral Barbosa
Born(1986-05-05) 5 May 1986 (age 31)
Lisbon, Portugal
NationalityPortuguese
Spanish
Height1.75 m (5 ft 9 in)
Playing positionLeft back
Club information
Current clubRostov-Don
Number86
Senior clubs
YearsTeam
2003-2005Madeira Andebol SAD
2005-2008BM Sagunto
2008-2010Rulmentul Braşov
2010-2012SD Itxako
2012-2013CS Oltchim R×¢mnicu V×¢lcea
2013-2014Th×¼ringer HC
2014-2016Fleury Loiret HB
2016-Rostov-Don
National team
YearsTeamApps(Gls)
Portugal
2012-Spain76(361)

Biography

Alexandrina Barbosa Cabral (given birth to 5 Might 1986) is a Portuguese-born Spanish handballer for Rostov-Don as well as the Spanish national group.

Personal life

Cabral was created in Lisbon, Portugal, seeing that ninth of 11 siblings. She used handball in Portugal, however in Apr 2010 was suspended for 14 days after refusing to wait an exercise camp. From then on she shifted to Spain and received Spanish citizenship in June 2012. Whenever you can she wears amount 86 through the game since it is the season of her delivery.

Career

Club

Barbosa was between the top 10 scorers of EHF Women's Champions Little league in the 2005–06 time of year taking part in for CBM Astroc Sagunto, with 46 goals in the aged format of your competition.Playing for SD Itxako, she was the fifth perfect goal scorer of EHF Champions Group in the 2010–11 time of year and fourth in 2011–12.In Apr 2012, she authorized for Romanian best club CS Oltchim Râmnicu Vâlcea.

International

In 2012, after using for quite some time in Spain, she obtained Spanish citizenship and made a decision to represent Spain in the worldwide level.

Achievements

Spanish Tournament: Champion: 2011, 2012 Spanish Glass: Champion: 2012 Romanian Tournament: Silver precious metal Medalist: 2009 EHF Champions Little league: Finalist: 2011 Semifinalist: 2006, 2013 Women's EHF Glass: Champion: 2016 Semifinalist: 2009

Individual awards

Carpathian Trophy MOST EFFECTIVE Participant: 2013 French Tournament Best Left Back again: 2015, 2016

Source
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