Terrassa and Mediterrani win but are eliminated

The CN Terrassa won (7-12) at SIS Roma and said goodbye in the third position of group F of the Euroleague, which was played in Athens and in which the two Greek teams Olympiacos and Ethnikos reached the quarterfinals. Olga Domènech, five times champion of the Euroleague with Sabadell and unusual in the launch, was the protagonist in attack with four goals.

Xavi Pérez’s team came out very concentrated from the 0-1 of the captain Paula Leiton and after the only draw (1-1) of the match He gradually increased his advantage on the scoreboard until reaching the interval with a favorable 2-6.

Sis Roma, who had finished first in the first phase and finished last in this round, could only keep up with Terrassa’s rhythm, equaling two in the third quarter (4-8). In the last eight minutes, between Domènech, Noelia Cuenda, Paula Camús and Paula Leiton extended the lead to the final 7-12.

The Mediterrani wins, but also says goodbye

CE Mediterrani beat Greek Glyfada (12-17) in group H of the Euroleague that takes place in Italy, but the tie between the Russian Kirishi and the Italian Plebiscito Padova (7-7) also left him out. Marian Díaz’s team, after drawing against the Russian Kirishi on Saturday, needed to win this Sunday and wait for a defeat for the Russians against Padova to play for the first time in the quarterfinals of the top European competition.

Plebiscito Padova is already classified with six points, while Kirishi and Mediterrani now have four, while Greek Glyfada is already mathematically eliminated. The match between Mediterrani and Glyfada was a rollercoaster with a great start for the Catalans, who took the first quarter 2-4 with a double from their star Clara Espar.

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In the second quarter the Greeks unleashed their full potential and completely turned the score around, even placing themselves with a two-goal lead (8-6) thanks to the contribution of veteran Kontogianni. The Mediterrani reacted in a resounding way and in a great choral performance by the entire team, with Willemsz – under sticks – Espar, Dalmases, Lizotte and Wolves in attack, chained a partial of 1-8 (9-14). The five-goal advantage remained until the final 12-17.

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