The Women’s Casademont visits Hozono Global Jairis this Sunday (12.00, Aragón TV), with the intention of extending their successful streak and continuing at the top of the rankings. Currently, the Aragonese team is the leader of the Endesa Women’s League, tied with Spar Girona –the Catalans with one game in hand–, after having captured the victory in three of the four games played.
The team led by Carlos Cantero began the season with a victory against Durán Maquinaria Ensino (68-63), on October 5. Then he bent the knee in Valencia against one of the most impressive teams on the continental scene, although he did so offering great resistance (63-58) during the 40 minutes of the duel. Later, on the third day, the Aragonese beat Gran Canaria (65-81) in their trip to Las Palmas, and defeated Tenerife (68-50), at the Príncipe Felipe, in their most recent performance.
The good moment of the Casademont also extends to Europe. The Zaragoza team debuted in the Eurocup in Belgium, last Wednesdaywith a brilliant victory on the court of Royal Castors Braine (67-81)again with a choral game of substance.
Despite the accumulated fatigue –the trip to Belgium and the continental match is now added to the trip to Murcia–, Carlos Cantero’s team aspires today to a new victory in the domestic tournament. Their rival is fourth in the standings, with a balance of two wins and two losses in the four matches held in the Women’s League. Lucas Fernández’s team beat Cadí La Seu and Bembibre, while losing to Gran Canaria and Durán Maquinaria Ensino). It is a block that stands out in the rebounding chapter (39.3 sacks per game) and that has Lashann Aisha Higgs as its top scorer (11.2 points per game). Melissa Brcaninovic (9.25 points), Tamara Seda (12.75 valuation credits) and Belén Arrojo (12.25 overall score) also stand out.
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Casademont Zaragoza Feminine defends its leadership in Murcia