Notable for the Soria Badminton Club in Vitoria and Zamora

The players of the Club Badminton Soria-CS24 hurry up the last weekends of competition. Both the youngest and the senior competed last weekend in tests in Zamora and Vitoria, obtaining excellent results. The youth of the club, from the sub-13 and sub-17 categories, traveled to Zamora where the Autonomous Master’s Degree was held for these categories, with up to 8 players from Soria taking part.

As usual, the results were fantastic with a balance of two wins, a silver medal and another three bronze medals in a test of excellent level with the presence of players from neighboring communities. Where Soria’s promises stood out the most was in the sub13 category, and in particular in the doubles category.

In the sub13 men’s doubles category, the final was dominated by both couples from Soria. Accustomed to facing each other on numerous occasions, and with an even balance of victories, the duo formed by Alvaro Gómez and Daniel Marín prevailed over Aarón Barrera/Iker González to rise as winners of the Autonomous Master of Castilla y León. The sub13 women were also up to the task, so the couple formed by Jimena Ayllón and Naroa Alvaro ratified their excellent season by winning all their matches by two sets to nil. This result will place them at the edge of the national top ten.

The CB Soria homegrown players who competed in Zamora. HDS

Within this same category, there were also medals in the individual category, in this case bronze, obtained by Daniel Marín and Jimena Ayllón in their respective groups. The last medal of the Soriana expedition was achieved by the U17 male double pair made up of Jorge Ayllón and Adrián Diez who took third place.

Another part of the club disputed, also on Saturday, the territorial test of the Basque Badminton Federation in the city of Vitoria with the presence of sub15 and senior players.

Manuel Acero and Santiago Martínez, within this last category, returned from the Basque lands with two silver medals each, achieved jointly in the doubles and individual modalities of their respective categories. They showed a high level to the point that some of them could have been golden after losing the decisive matches by two sets to one.

Completing the successes of the weekend were Isabel Corchón and Carmen Gómez with their third place in the U15 women’s doubles despite Carmen’s ankle discomfort.



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