The CBP Ordoño II achieves 16 medals in three competitions this weekend

The Leonese added eleven medals in Pravia (Asturias).


The territorial competition in Pravia (Asturias), with eleven medals for the Leonese club, was the most prolific of the weekend


Full weekend for the CBP Ordoño II León with participation in three different competitions achieving a total of 16 medals.

On Saturday, a test of the absolute territorial circuit took place in Tudela de Duero (Valladolid) where four of the Leonese players participated, Marcos Revilla achieving the bronze medal in men’s doubles together with his partner David Andrés (BC Palencia) after losing in the semifinals against the winners of the competition.

Also on Saturday, in Vitoria, a competition was held in the sub19 and senior category where four medals were won.

Andrés Pérez was champion in mixed doubles under-19 together with his partner, Daniela Corchón (CB Soria), after winning all the matches in two sets. Hugo Pérez was silver in men’s doubles under-19 together with Raúl García (CB. Burgos) after losing in the final in three tight sets.

The senior player Javier Pérez won two bronze medals, one of them in the men’s singles C1 (over 50 years of age) and another in the mixed doubles C1 together with María Galán.

Eleven medals in Asturias

On Sunday, another large group of players from CBP Ordoño II traveled to Pravia (Asturias) to play a territorial competition in sub-15, sub-19, absolute and senior categories where they won five golds, five silvers and one bronze.

Pablo García won two golds in the U-15 category in men’s doubles together with Marco García and in the men’s singles after beating his partner in the final, thus obtaining the silver for García. Another player who won two medals was Roberto García who won gold in the men’s singles C1 and mixed doubles B1 (over 40 years old) together with Beatriz García. Bea also got another gold in women’s doubles B1 together with Eva Canal.

In the senior category, two other silver medals were achieved, Lorenzo Alonso and Juan Carlos Blanco in men’s doubles C1, and Eva Canal and Lorenzo Alonso in mixed doubles B1, losing the final to their peers. In the under 19 category, Laura Alonso and Nuria Alonso won silver in women’s doubles. In the absolute category, the medals were silver for Nuria Alonso and Alejandro Martínez in mixed doubles and for Alejandro himself in the men’s singles.



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