Lointek Gernika Bizkaia has beaten Durán Maquinaria Teaching 52-64, a new defeat for the Lugo that relegates them to the women’s basketball league as the qualifying cutoff for the Queen’s Cup begins to approach.
By cons, gernikarras They consolidate in the upper-middle part of the table after the ninth day with their first victory away from home.
[Resultados de la jornada y clasificación de la LF Endesa de baloncesto]
The Lugo Provincial Sports Palace This Sunday hosted a direct duel between two teams with similar objectives in the competition and with an even trajectory in the Eurocup (in different groups in this case).
But they arrived with different sensations: the Galician women, touched by the beating they received against Perfumerías Avenida on Thursday; and the Basques, comforted to find themselves with the victory after the national team break.
The game started very well for the locals (13-5), but those of Mario López reacted with a even stronger partial 0-13. The match entered a phase of equality that lasted until the break (31-33), with the outstanding performance of the visitor Melisa Brcaninovic from the perimeter (4 of 4 in triples in the first half).
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After passing through the changing rooms, Ensino had more problems and Gernika opened a gap (10-19 in the third quarter) that he managed until the end to add his fifth victory.
Just good news
Georgina Bahí, the best valuation of the match (17) could not prevent Ensino Lugo from taking only three victories on her locker.
The good news for Miguel Ángel Ortega’s has been the recovery of Marina Lizarazu, who has played without problems after the scare that took place in Salamanca.
This Sunday all the matches of the ninth day were played. And again the highlight has been the second beating of avenue week. This time they have beaten Kutxabank Araski (44-92) by 48 points at the home of the Vitoria.
The women from Salamanca are thus undefeated and leaders of the competition. Next week they will be measured at Spar Girona, which this day has beaten IDK Euskotren 80-70. For its part, Valencia has won by 71-59 Casademont Zaragoza.