Women’s basketball returns to Basque Country
After the dispute in February the Queen ‘s Cup in San Sebastian returns to the Basque Country women ‘s basketball with Endesa Spain Championship Junior Women. The organization will lead the Basque Federation Guipuzcoana Federation and the Provincial Council of Guipuzcoa
32 teams from all over Spain will fight in seven days (8 to 14 May) to become the champion of Spain Junior 2016 Gran Canaria will try to defend his title from last season. The Canary in the past six years have won seven. A tournament that will have a high level because many of the players who played during the year have played in Liga Femenina 2, which has given them a great experience.
The league championship will be played on up to five locations: five venues: Donostia, Hondarribia, Tolosa, Azpeitia and Azkoitia. This first phase will be eight groups of four teams and will be played from Sunday to Tuesday. The decisive days arrive from Wednesday, with the second round. Thursday will be played the quarterfinals, the semifinals on Friday and Saturday will be the grand finale. The qualifiers will be played in three locations. Donostia, Azkoitia and Azpeitia Although the semifinals and final will be in San Sebastian. As the Basque Country will have the opportunity to play netball.
The competition system will be the same as in the men’s Junior Guadalajara. Groups A, B, C and D (set as seedings) three teams to the second round with the champions of Groups E, F, G and H. This change has been made this year will qualify for avoiding games unequal.
This championship is essential for the formation of the players, as for those who are junior sophomore is his last tests before being professionals. Some of these play then go with the Spanish Selection or other selections FIBA U17 World Championship to be held in Zaragoza from 23 June to 3 July.
The first semifinal match started with a frantic pace: 6-6 in just two minutes with only one missed shot (a triple by Mark Suka who started the match). Burjanadze only repeated in scoring in this spectacular start that had continuity with the passing of the meeting: tie at 11 just as the fourth minute of play was fulfilled. In this ‘storm’ point neither contenders managed to open gap beyond the three points, which gave clear proof of the equality of shock. In the final minutes of the initial act, Edu Hernandez-Sonseca began to hurt as personal to their opponents with two free throws Melilla Basketball pívot he left the interval ahead (23-21). Little changed the development of shock at the start of the second period. Local they managed to +4 quickly neutralized by visitors 0-5 (25-26). The Alexander Alcoba beat his first sprint: 8-2 partial downtime caused visitor after triple Hector Manzano (33-28). The break did not have the desired effect and melillenses redoubled his attack with a partial 9-0 which placed them with a more than interesting +13 two minutes before the break (44-31). It was the first critic of the party and the series for the visitors, pulling Olmos and Monaghan to get with ‘life’ break (50-40). Time The Alexander Alcoba out as motorcycles costume and gave start to the second half with a 5-0 that seemed to break the game (55-40). Peña and Monaghan were right from the perimeter to the whole city, which reduced his handicap to single digits.