BSR Puertollano and Caserío Ciudad Real move up in category

Weekend full of successes for athletes in the region.

BSR Puertollano and Caserío Ciudad Real move up in category

Weekend full of successes for athletes in the region. The BSR Puertollano returns to the First Division of wheelchair basketball after proclaiming itself the winner of the final phase played in the 'Santiago Cañizares' pavilion of the mining city. In the semifinal, played on Saturday, BSR Puertollano beat Costa Dorada Reus 62-69, while in the final this Sunday they beat Cludemi Almería 73-55. These were the points scored by the Puertollano players in the decisive match: Sendarrubias (8), Raya (10), Brox (19), Delgado (2), Sánchez (22), Domínguez, Mora, Matos, Montalvo, Molina ( 10), Romero (2), Ramirez and Ramos.

For its part, the Caserío Ciudad Real has been promoted to the Silver Division of Honor in handball after winning the final phase played in Lalín (Pontevedra).

The La Mancha team, coached by Santi Urdiales, lost the first game against the Benidorm subsidiary, but then beat Lalín and La Roca in the other two and benefited from the defeat of the subsidiary against Lalín. Thus, next season there will be a Manchego derby in the second category of Spanish handball, after Vestas BM Alarcos has achieved permanence on the last day after beating Alcobendas (29-27).

It should be remembered that there will also be two teams in the Sacyr Asobal League: Incarlopsa Cuenca and BM Guadalajara. The Cuencans beat Bada Huesca 32-30 on the last day, finishing fifth and qualifying to play in European competition for the third time in their history. Meanwhile, BM Guadalajara has been champion of the Silver Division of Honor and achieved promotion two days ago, although in this last game of the course they lost against UD Ibiza Handbol Club Eivissa by 29-26.

On the other hand, the Soliss BM Pozuelo women's youth team has won the Spanish championship after beating Elche 31-21 in the semifinal and the host, Mislata, 27-28 in the final.

In the first division of futsal, the penultimate day was played. Viña Albali Valdepeñas left the Palau Blaugrana beaten after losing against the almighty leader, Barça, by 7-2. The vintners are now fifth with 50 points and are five behind Jimbee Cartagena, Movistar Inter and Palma Futsal. They have a pending game at home against ElPozo Murcia Costa Cálida, which they will play this Wednesday, and then they will also face Córdoba Patrimony of Humanity at home on Saturday. Meanwhile, Manzanares FS Quesos El Hidalgo tied at four with Industrias Santa Coloma and is already guaranteed permanence. In the last game they will travel to Seville to face Real Betis Futsal.

In Group IV of the Second Women's Futsal Division, the last day was played with the following results: Arriva AD Alcorcón, 0-Almagro, 2; San Fernando, 6-Villacanas, 0; Mora, 5-Athletic Navalcarnero B, 2; Arona Costa Sur, 3-Chiloeches, 2; and Unión Deportiva Albacete, 2-Unami, 2. Almagro finished second and will play the promotion play-off, while Unión Deportiva Albacete was bottom and relegated.

In the Iberdrola Challenge Football League, FF La Solana drew 1-1 against Alhama de Murcia and achieved permanence. And in the preliminary phase of the Copa del Rey football game, CD Noblejas went through the round after beating Manzanares 0-2 (in the first leg they also won 2-0).