After participating in the Cup, Isaac Fernández’s players will struggle to put the finishing touches to the season
The Blaugrana will play two of the three remaining games at Juan Carlos Navarro’s pavilion
The regular season of Endesa Women’s League nears its end. After the quarrel vs cup of the queen, the competition is ahead of his last three days before the playoffs for the title are played. Some qualifiers who still have options to contest Barcelona-CBS.
Isaac Fernández and his players have a final challenge before the end of a brilliant course in which the goals were far surpassed: finish in the top eight to get into the playoffs for the title. A goal that shows how the expectations Initials: with the clear aim of starting the season of promotion to the first division Durability, after playing in the cup, claiming prestigious victories against key rivals and reaching the latter part of the season with playoff options.
The Azulgranas arrive with the correct batteries and blame them requirement a competition as high profile as the Endesa Women’s League, but with little to lose and a calendar that encourages optimism. Two of the three finals will be played at the Juan Carlos Navarro in Sant Feliu, the first of which will be next Wednesday 5 April at 19:00 CET against the jairis Barca CBS, with 12 wins, It has one more than the Murcians, hence the importance of fighting a direct rival.
The penultimate league game is on Sunday 9th at 17:30 CET against a araski who is in eighth place with 13 wins. The women from Vitoria also played in the cup and showed great consistency throughout the season Isaac Fernandez and their players were able to defeat them 60-52 in the first round.
The regular phase will be closed at home against Students, another direct rival of the Catalans in the battle for the playoffs. The Madrid side are also in seventh place with 13 wins and although they tick that classification for the title crosses, they have yet to confirm their ticket.
So the Barca CBS The end of the season is looming, but in her hands she completes with honors a course where both Isaac Fernández and his players gave their all. After success on the slopes, now is the time for The club confirms its commitment to the women’s team from the office and continue to see its growth. The example of Casademont Zaragoza, raising the The Queen’s Cup Already placing in the elite of national basketball, last weekend is a good mirror to look at yourself.