Leyma ends the regular season in Burgos

Ingus Jakovics, in the match against Palencia last week. | // CARLOS PARDELLAS

There are no inconsequential games, even though Leyma does not play anything during his visit to Burgos (9:00 p.m.) on the last day of the regular LEB Oro league. Whatever happens, his final position will be third. And whatever happens, their rival in the playoffs is going to be Gipuzkoa. But relax and not maintain concentration, in addition to being unfair to the competition —the locals do play their final place, between fourth and seventh, that is, they aspire to the home court factor but without depending on themselves against Estudiantes, Valladolid and Lleida-, could bring other types of problems, setbacks in the form of injuries. Bitter memory for the people of A Coruña was a similar match against Cáceres in which Peciukevicius broke the Achilles tendon in his left foot and was a very important casualty for the second phase of the season in which the oranges lost against Granada in the playoff semifinals. off.

So you can’t slow down. In addition, a match against Burgos, whose squad Diego Epifanio qualifies as the best in the LEB Oro, is the best test for the imminent start of the play-off next week —his rival, Gipuzkoa, will have another in Palencia. And as an extra incentive, the possibility of continuing to increase Leyma’s record of victories in the category. He has already set it to 23 and can increase it to 24.

Popular prices for the ‘play off’ matches

Leyma has already released its price campaign for the playoff matches for promotion to the ACB. At the moment, there are two guaranteed commitments at the Palacio de los Deportes de Riazor, the first and the second of the series against Gipuzkoa, which are set for Friday the 26th at 7:00 p.m. and for Sunday the 28th at 6:00 p.m. —the tie he would return to A Coruña for a fifth game, if necessary, scheduled for Friday, June 9. The club’s season ticket holders will have to pay 2 euros for each game up to 12 years of age; 5 in the case of young people between 13 and 25 and 10 for the rest (except in the case of homegrown players for whom the price is reduced to 1 euro). Members’ seats will be reserved until Monday at 11:59 p.m. If from that moment they have not bought their tickets, they will be released for sale to the general public. The prices in this case are 4 euros (central areas) and 3 euros (sides) for children under 12 years of age; 8 and 6 euros respectively for those between 13 and 25 years of age and 15 and 12 for those 26 and over. It may be the last chance to see the team at home, depending on whether their candidacy to organize the final four is finally accepted.

2023-05-19 02:00:29
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