The Country Club takes revenge on Junior to lift the Cup

The Country Club won this Sunday the 37th edition of the Iberdrola Queen’s Cup at the Real Club de Polo de Barcelona facilities by defeating Junior (2-4), current champion of the competition, in the final. The Madrid team, current leader and champion of the Iberdrola League, took the rematch of the final disputed the previous year in Valencia, where they lost 2-1 against the Sant Cugat team.

In this way, the capital group resumed its recent hegemony in the competition, which he has won in six of the last seven editions, and he conquered his cupbearer title number 18 in 23 disputed finals. Junior, meanwhile, lost his eighth final of the Queen’s Cup, a title he has won twice.

In an intense and even game, with moments of dominance and chances for both teams, the Country Club asserted its greatest effectiveness in front of goal to win the final (2-4) with goals from Carmen Cano (2), Lucía Abajo and Begoña García. Carmen Cano put Club de Campo ahead in the opening minutes with a penalty corner action, but Junior’s reply was immediate and Carlota Petchame tied the match before the end of the first quarter. The advance of the chrono increased the rhythm and intensity of the match, played and without a clear dominator. The Madrid team went into halftime with an advantage thanks to a goal from Lucía Abajo in a powerful backhand shot.

The Country Club extended its advantage after the resumption through the mediation of Begoña García, very attentive to catch a rejection within the Junior area. The Catalan team staggered after the blow, but managed to withstand the impact and Anna Gil closed the gap by catching a rebound near the goal. The Madrid team struck the final blow in the fourth quarter, when Carmen Cano scored the goal in the final 2-4. A setback from which the Junior, already out of time, could not recover.

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Maria Lopez (Country club) was chosen as the best player in the final and in the tournament, Carmen Cano (Club de Campo) received the award as the top scorer of the Cup, Maria de los Ángeles Ruiz (Club de Campo) was awarded as the best goalkeeper of the competition and Laura Bosch (Junior) was highlighted as the best young promise of The edition. In the first match of the day, Egara defeated Taburiente (1-0) in the match for third place with a solitary goal from Carola Salvatella in a corner penalty action that came in the final stretch of the match.

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