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Distance challenge between Vanoli and Cantù. Forlì tries to stretch. The presentation of the 23rd day of A2

Green Group

Stew round with the dispute of five games out of six between Sunday 26 and Monday 27 February and a postponement in March. Remote challenge for the solitary primacy between Vanoli Cremona and Cantù paired in the lead with 32 points. Engaged at home with Agrigento, Treviglio will try to keep up with them.

REALE MUTUA TURIN – 2B CONTROL TRAPANI

Third in the standings, five points from the top, the Piedmontese roster doesn’t want to lose contact with the top rankings and is aiming for the ninth success in a row. The Sicilians, on the other hand, need to leave behind the home cappaò with the Ferraroni Ju.Vi Cremona to color their ranking with certainty. In the first leg, Turin won 80-67.

Sunday 26 February at 12 at the “Pala Gianni Asti” in Turin

Referees: Andrea Masi from Florence, Daniele Yang Yao from Vigasio (VR) and Christian Mottola from Taranto.

KINERGIA RIETI – URANIA MILAN

With a good ranking so far, the Wildcats aim to give themselves an encore after the victory against the Blue Star. Rieti, bringing up the rear with Casale Monferrato, can no longer afford to lose points along the way. In the first leg, the Milanese won at the “Allianz Cloud Palalido” 93-83.

Sunday 26 February at 5pm at the “Pala Sojourner” in Rieti

Referees: Valerio Salustri from Rome, Paolo Puccini from Genoa and Andrea Coraggio from Sora (FR)

VANOLI BASKETBALL CREMONA – EGAP BLUE STAR ROME

The desire to re-embrace the LBA as soon as possible against that of continuing to keep one’s feet firmly glued to the category. Vanoli Basket Cremona against Stella Azzurra. Coach Demis Cavina’s roster arrives on the wave of enthusiasm for having managed to hook Cantù in the lead, taking advantage of his day off. The capitolini, on the other hand, have not repeated their success with Agrigento with Urania and want to give precious water to the map of their ranking which still remains very small. On the way Alibegovic and teammates prevailed 74-62.

Sunday 26 February at 5 pm at the “Pala Radi” in Cremona

Referees: Stefano Wassermann from Trieste, Umberto Tallon from Bologna and Francesco Praticò from Reggio Calabria.

MASCIO TREVIGLIO GROUP – MONCADA ENERGY AGRIGENTO

Redemption wanted for the Orobic roster who lost an unbeaten run of three rounds against Piacenza and aims to remain breathing down the neck of the Cremona-Cantù leading tandem. The Girgentini are preparing to return to the field after the postponement of the home match with Turin and to pulp the clamorous defeat on the parquet of the Stella Azzurra two rounds ago. In the first leg was the coaching team Quote Cagnardiex on duty, to prevail at the “Pala Moncada” for 67.54.

Sunday 26 February at 6 pm at the “Pala Facchetti”

Referees: Enrico Bartoli from Trieste, Andrea Agostino Chersicla from Oggiono (LC) and Stefano De Biase from Udine.

ACQUA S.BERNARDO CANTU’- BENACQUISTA ASSICURAZIONI LATINA

Reached at the top by Vanoli Cremona, Cantù plunges back into the championship with the intention of taking back the throne in solitude. Between his desire and the effective implementation there is Latina, interested in maintaining the interesting situation of the table in key playoffs. In the first leg Cantù prevailed 81-62.

Monday 27 February at 8.30 pm at the “Pala Fit Line” in Desio

Referees: Salvatore Nuara from Treviso, Lorenzo Grazia from Bergamo and Vincenzo Di Martino from Santa Maria la Carità (NA)

FERRARONI JU.VI CREMONA – NOVIPIU’ MONFERRATO BASKETBALL

The race that offers precious points in terms of safety will be held at the “Pala Radi” in Cremona on 11 March at 8.30 pm. This was due to the summoning of Monferrato players Quinn Ellis with the British national team and Lucio Redivo with the Argentinean one.

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Red Group

Forlì tries to keep the leader’s scepter very close, Pistoia and Cento are pawing behind him but, to face each other, they will have to wait until March for the match to be postponed. Desire for redemption for Ravenna and Fortitudo Bologna. The challenge between Cividale and Rimini and between Pistoia and Cento has been postponed.

MANTOVA STAFF – HUMAN CLOSED

Virgilians and Sienese arrive at the match of the “Grana Padano Arena” in full confidence thanks to their respective victories with Fortitudo Bologna and Pistoia. Both aim to put precious security points in the safe. In the first leg, the Tuscans prevailed at the “Pala Pania” 62-59.

Sunday 26 February at 5 pm at the “Grana Padano Arena” in Mantua

Referees: Roberto Radaelli from Porto Empedocle (AG), Fabio Bonotto from Ravenna and Michele Centonza from Grottammare (AP)

UNIEURO FORLI’- ALLIANZ PATIENZA SAN SEVERO

Left alone at the top of the standings, the Romagna team does not intend to be reached or share the scepter. San Severo arrives in good health at the “UniEuro Arena” after two consecutive trebles. In the first leg it was coach Sandro Dell’Agnello’s formation that took the away victory with a score of 68-50.

Sunday 26 February at 6 pm at the “UniEuro Arena”

Referees: Angelo Caforio from Brindisi, Matteo Lucotti from Binasco (MI) and Chiara Maschietto from Treviso.

ORASI RAVENNA – FORTITUDO FLATS SERVICE BOLOGNA

Both returning from a stoppage, Ravenna and Bologna find themselves in yet another Emilia-Romagna derby. The hosts want to give oxygen to their ranking which continues to be deficient, the Bolognese want to finally find a continuity of results that they have lacked during this season, making their intention to immediately return to the LBA difficult. In the first leg, Fortitudo prevailed 83-69.

Sunday 26 February at 6 pm at the “Pala Mauro De Andre”

Referees: Alessandro Costa from Livorno, Marco Attard from Florence and Alberto Perocco from Ponzano Veneto (TV)

CAFFE’ MOKAMBO CHIETI – APU OLD WILD WEST UDINE

Almost a spin. The Theatines, last in the standings, want to give oxygen to the rankings to hope for salvation, the Friulians, for their part, do not want to lose contact with the area that counts and are looking for an encore of victory with Ravenna. In the first leg it was 76-68 for Udine.

Sunday 26 February at 6 pm at the “Pala Tricalle Leombroni”

Referees: Duccio Maschio from Florence, Nicolò Bertuccioli from Pesaro and Edoardo Ugolini from Forlì

HDL NARDO’- TASSI GROUP FERRARA

Leccesi looking for redemption after the stop in the derby against San Severo, Este eager to curb the free fall with five consecutive defeats behind them. In the first leg, the Apulians won 80-77.

Sunday 26 February at 18 at the “Pala Sport San Giuseppe da Copertino” in Lecce

Referees: Enrico Boscolo Nale from Chioggia (VE), Pasquale Pecorella from Trani (BT) and Fulvio Grappasonno from Lanciano (CH)

UEB GESTECO CIVIDALE – RIVIERA BANCA BASKETBALL RIMINI

The match will take place on March 10th at 8pm at the “Pala Gesteco” in Cividale del Friuli (UD)

GIORGIO TESI GROUP PISTOIA – TRAMEC CENTO

The match will take place on March 22nd at 8.30 pm at the “Pala Carrara” in Pistoia.

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