Catalonia, Andalusia and Galicia make up the podium in the male category, while Madrid, Catalonia and Andalusia do the same in the female category. A spectacular championship with a lot of talent to discover

MALE: The roller of Catalonia ends with the Andalusian intensity | The match played at the Bahía Sur between the teams from Andalusia and Catalonia in the men’s category was spectacular. The Catalans began dominating the first period, but the hosts reacted and managed to equalize the match (33-33) in the second. Andalucía suffered more from rotations and accumulated fatigue (six games in five days) and lost steam as the end was reached. Jan Cerdán, Izán Pérez and Jan Martín stood out among a very compact champion team that relied on the potential of the twelve players to retain the title.

In the fight for the bronze medal, Galicia beat Aragón (75-54) in the match between two exciting teams with various talents to discover. In the Preferential category final, Murcia beat the Basque Country and confirmed itself as a team with some high-level individuals.

WOMEN: Madrid finishes off its great championship with gold | It has been a brutal championship for the Madrid team, which has achieved its fourth gold in history, the last one 11 years ago also in San Fernando. A well-balanced squad, good tactical work and a final that they dominated from the start, although they didn’t finish off until the final minutes. Catalonia was always close, pressing and testing the competitive capacity of Madrid. In the mind was the game played a few days ago in the first phase, won by Catalonia. But this time Madrid knew how to contain the intensity of their rivals to win the title.

In the match for the bronze, Andalusia did not have too many problems against a very worn-out Castilla y León after a championship with all the very intense matches. In the preferential category victory for País Vasco, who beat Navarra in the final.

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