Two golds and one bronze for Squash in the Autonomous

Day of success for the arousana squad of the Judo Club Pontevedra to rise with two cadet championships and a children’s bronze in the Autonomic School Championship organized by the Federación Galega de Judo and celebrated in Pabellón Manuel Coto Ferreiro de A Estrada.

Leyre Villamediana confirmed her dominance in the regional ranking by obtaining gold, after unquestionably winning all her fights in the female cadet category of up to 63 kilos. On the other hand, Cibrán Santorum also climbed to the first step of the podium in the men’s category of more than 90 kilos after coming back with three consecutive victories the adverse result of him in the first fight.

In addition to the two golds, the JCP-Squash Villagarcía team captained, in this competition, by coaches Fran Miguéns and Eloy Olveira also added fifth place to David Fernández in 55 kilos and seventh place to Carolina Varela in women’s 57 kilos.

In the afternoon and already in the children’s category, María Mascato took a very successful bronze in 57 kilos, accompanied by the seventh places of Carlos Mascato (-50 kilos) and Raúl González (-55), leaving the latter in playoffs after an unfortunate injury. Some remarkable results given that it was the first time for the children’s quarry that they participated in a Galician Championship.

Judo Club Senin

The Judo Club Senín de Cambados was also represented in A Estrada in the children’s and cadet categories, they return from A Estrada with medals.

Representation of the Judo Club Senín on A Estrada. FDV

Together with their coaches Andrés Senín and Toño Gómez, the cadets represented there were Manuel Boullón, Marcos Fachado and Ana Ferro who was runner-up Galician getting the silver medal.

In the afternoon, the children’s Mateo Salgado, Alejandro Ordóñez, Mateo Tourís and Jesús Leonardo competed; Mateo Salgado and Alejandro Ordóñez were seventh classified, Jesús Leonardo was third classified getting the bronze medal while Mateo Tourís lost the bronze medal being fifth classified.


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