Matchday 11 came to an end with an extension in a thrilling match played in Fontajau. This is the scenario from which Lointek Gernika succeeded to settle in fifth position in the standings and thus get closer to the LF Endesa Queen’s Cup to be held in March in Valencia. A tournament for which Perfumerías Avenida, leader of the LF Endesa, and Valencia Basket, second classified and host of the cup tournament, already have a place.
REPORTAGE: The brilliance of the Queen’s Cup begins to glimpse on the horizon
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Day 11 has put the end point with the match played in Fontajau. In the midst of a great atmosphere and with the Twitter cameras as a witness, Lointek Gernika has starred in the surprise of the weekend by beating a Spar Girona in overtime that came thrown after achieving their sixth consecutive victory last week in Salamanca at the LF Endesa. Mario López’s team, ahead in the marking during practically the entire match, knew how to play better the decisive moments to chain their fourth consecutive win and thus settle in the fifth position of the standings.
A classification commanded by an Avenida Perfumerías that was reunited with the triumph honeys on its visit to Bembibre. A resounding triumph with double prize: the ticket for the Copa de la Reina 2022. In the wake of the Salamanca team, Valencia Basket continues which, after the Spar Girona stumble, goes to occupy the second position alone after dispatching on Saturday in La Fonteta to a Baxi Ferrol who never threw in the towel. With a balance of 8-3 are the two Catalan clubs of LF Endesa: Spar Girona and Cadí La Seu. The great revelation of the course was a convincing performance in front of his fans against a SPAR Gran Canaria that has already had five defeats without knowing the victory.
A negative streak that only surpasses a Tenerife that remains one more week at the bottom after planting a battle in Leganés. Evaristo Pérez’s team thus three consecutive victories that put him in the fight for the Cup. A fight in which a Movistar Estudiantes has already been fully launched. The collegiate team was far superior to Kutxabank Araski in Vitoria to reap their fourth consecutive victory. Since the national team break, he has not known defeat at LF Endesa.
LF ENDESA – DAY 11:
– Emb. Pajariel Bembibre vs Perfumerías Avenida (38-83) | MVP: Leo Rodríguez – 27 val
– Kutxabank Araski vs Movistar Estudiantes (57-93) | MVP: Melisa Gretter – 33 val
– Valencia Basket vs Baxi Ferrol (67-52) | MVP: Rebecca Allen – 26 val
– Cadí La Seu vs SPAR Gran Canaria (65-48) | MVP: Maya Caldwell – 30 val
– Durán Maquinaria Ensino vs Casademont Zaragoza (62-56) | MVP: Chatrice White – 16 val
– Campus Promete vs IDK Euskotren (65-81) | MVP: Joy Adams- 31 val
– Innova tsn Leganés vs Tenerife (69-61) | MVP: Marta Hermoda – 22 val
– Spar Girona vs Lointek Gernika Bizkaia (62-63) | MVP: Julia Reisingerova – 19 val