‘Hospi’ reduces Olot’s advantage

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‘Hospi’ reduces Olot’s advantage

L’Hospitalet

10

Oot

L’Hospitalet: Aliaga (3); Rubi (3), Mamau (2) (Vitalie, 2, min. 74), Isa (3), Marc Vicente (3); Sehou (3), Raúl Martínez (3), Ton Alcover (3), Albert López (4) (Ander Montori, 2, min. 70); Joel Lasso (2) (Lobato, 2, min. 74) and Sanku (2) (Óscar Gómez, 3, min. 74)

Olot: Mourin (3); Arnau Forés (3), Juvanteny (3), Barnils (3), David Bigas (2) (Albert Blázquez, 3, min. 74); Pedro del Campo (3), Uri González (3), Terma (2) (Pablo Ufano, 2, min. 64); Moha (3) (Marc Roquet, 2, min. 84), Marc Mas (3) and Maynau (3).

Purpose: 1-0, Albert López (min. 5).

Incidents: Played at the Municipal de l’Hospitalet in front of around 800 spectators.

Referee: Serrat Key (1). He rebuked Rubi, Raúl Martínez, Lobato, Óscar Gómez; to coach Dólera Corpas, Barnils.

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Victory at the bottom of Joan Sánchez’s team, which closes the distance and is now four points behind leader Olot.

‘Hospi’ came out in a big way and overpowered the leader in the opening stages. Sehou was the first time. Moments later, Joel Lasso failed as he got everything in his favor to push the ball into the back of the net.

The riverside dominance had consequences, as an action on the right wing by Rubi ended with a header, at the far post, by Albert López.

Olot’s first chance came from Maynau, after a drop shot by Marc Mas, which forced Adrià Aliaga to shine. Those from La Garrotxa became fewer and Adrià Aliaga saved his team from Moha’s chances, after a pass from Maynau, and from a shot by captain Pedro del Campo.

In an unrelated restart, Óscar Gómez was able to score, but he made a mess of the ball and couldn’t even shoot a Blázquez cross into the goal.

The Alt Empordà derby was resolved by a draw

Peralada

11

L’Escala

Peralada: Jonah Morilla (2); Pere Espuña (2), Alan Baró (2), Gallardo (3), Romero (2), Ferri (2); Dani Gómez (2) (Júnior, 2, 68′), Pol Gómez (3), Marc Gelmà (2) (Íker Vázquez, 2, 76′); Jandro (3) and Marc Padilla (4) (Medina, 2, 76′).

L’Escala: Ferretti (2); Aparicio (3), Nil Congost (2), David Grifell (2) (Íker García, 2, 46′), Ramírez (2); Josu Curráis (3) (Ibuki, 2, 70′), Iván Amoedo (2) (Peter Valencia, 1, 88′), Izan González (4), Pablo Calvete (2); Èric Pimentel (2) (Fortuny, 1, 88′) and Xumetra (3).

The objectives: 1-0, Marc Padilla (47′); 1-1, Izan González (57′).

Referee: Bureau Méndez (3). TA to Alan, Pol Gómez, Romero, Íker Vázquez; Aparicio and Íker García.

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Drawn in the Alt Empordà derby. After a level 1st half and almost no chances, after the break the goals came. Padilla stood alone against Ferreti and was perfectly defined (1-0). Jona then saved Xumetra’s equaliser, but could do nothing against Izan’s shot from the edge of the area.

El Prat was more effective in its meeting with Castelldefels

Castelldefels

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prat

Castelldefels: Uri Antonell (2); Juanito (2) (Salcedo, 2, 70′), Marimón (3), Álex Alba (2), Blasco (3) (Monir, 3, 70′); Rubén (2), Carlos Portero (3); Kike Ramírez (3) (Pablo Franco, 2, 62′), David Acedo (2) (Carlos Cano, 2, 62′), Fran Orellana (2); Kilian Villaverde (3).

Pratt: Paul (4); Iván Torres (4), Tomás Peñalba (3) (Héctor, 2, 77′), Valentín (3), Coro (3); Yusef (2) (Martín Lamelas, 3, 57′), Miki Puerto (3), Julen (3) (Reinke, 3, 72′); Miguel (3), Isaac Padilla (3) (Izan, 2, 77′) and Pino (2) (Ashot, 3, 57′).

The objectives: 0-1, Tomás Peñalba (45′); 0-2, Martín Lamelas (62′); 1-2, Kilian from a penalty (84′); 1-3, Reinke (87′).

Referee: Ariño Jiménez (3). TA to Rubén.

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After two attempts by Fran Orellana, Prat had the first chance on a shot by Miguel that was deflected by Uri Antonell. Later, on a drive from the right, Iván Torres returned the ball and Pino didn’t finish well and Juanito kept out the goal.

Kilian Villaverde opened the match, as he saw goalkeeper Pablo in front of him and from about 40 meters he sent the ball over the crossbar. Then Carlos Portero shined the goalkeeper Pablo.

At the end of half-time, Tomás Peñalba made it 0-1 with a powerful header from a corner kick.

After the restart, Juanito prevented Coro from scoring 0-2. The sailor team reacted and Kilian headed a cross from David Acedo towards the post and Rubén, with his head, allowed Pablo to shine. In a counter attack, Martín Lamelas put the leather in the corner. Castelldefels shortened the difference with a penalty which Kilian converted, thanks to some hands from Valentín. The joy was short-lived, as Reinke closed the scoring from the front. Due to a dispute with the banks, the addition was not played.

Vilassar Mar knows how to take advantage of its little opportunity

Mollerussa

02

Vilassar Mar

Mollerussa: Adri Buetas (3); Jordi Bernat (2) (Pedrós, 1, 84′); Pau Font (3), Nico Magno (3), Mati Sempé (3) (Pol, 1, 84′); Jordi Ars (4), Guillem Porta (2) (Delgado, 1, 77′); Genís Soldevila (2) (Jofre Graells, 1, 57′), Putxi (3), Nil Sauret (2) (Joel Garrofé, 1, 77′); Living (3).

Vilassar: Carles Santaló (4); Joel Bona (3), Reche (3), Alberto (3), Sergi Casals (3); Adrià García (3), Monterde (3), Oriol Molins (3); Aleix Díaz (3), Montalbán (3) and Marc Fuster (3). Goals: 0-1, Aleix Díaz (73′); 0-2, Joel Bona (92′).

Incidents: Municipal. 450 spectators.

Referee: Aguayo Prieto (2). TA to Putxi; Adri Garcia, granary.

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First half of alternating dominance where Mollerussa had two chances with Moró’s boots, while Sergi Casals enjoyed the best of the visitors. After the break, Nico Magno and Guillem Porta made amends, but Aleix Díaz and Joel Bona knew how to exploit their team’s two.

David Vilajoana’s debut
This does not translate into anything positive.

From the mountains

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Vilafranca

Mountain: Eric Fernández (3); Xavi Murcia (3), Joel Cañaveras (3), Sergi Barjuan (4), Marc Muñoz (3); Gabaldón (3), Èric Ruiz (3), Montoya (3), Joaco (3) (Rolo, 2, 83′); Wilber (2) (Izuchi, 3, 42′) and Martí Alonso (3) (Joan, 1, 91′).

Vilafranca: Varus (3); Carlos García (3), Frutos (4) (Riad, 1, 86′), Toni Cunill (3), Cuadras (3); Cadena (3), Enric Bernat (1); Adri Toro (2) (Martí, 1, 68′), Pluvins (3) (David Toro, 2, 79′), Genís Cargol (3) (Yeray, 1, 68′); Jordi Aumatell (2) (Cañas, 1, 79′).

The objectives: 0-1, Carlos Garcia (2′); 1-1, Enric Bernat, pp (21′); 2-1, Martí Alonso, p. (72′).

Referee: Díaz Díaz (1). TA to Xavi Murcia, Martí Alonso, Marc Muñoz; Genis Cargol, Riyadh

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After taking a corner, Genís Cargol’s center was volleyed into the net by Carlos García. On a play by Xavi Murcia, Enric Bernat scored an own goal. The local sentence came with a penalty, at the hands of Enric Bernat, which was taken by Martí Alonso.

San Cristóbal beat Reus Reddis who pushed in the end

San Cristobal

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San Cristobal

San Cristobal: Lazarus (3); Sierra (3), Ricky (3), Otero (3), Joan Cervós (3); Guille (3) (Peque, 2, 75′), Carles Olmo (3), Miguel (4); Mario Cantí (3), Iván Cabellud (3) (Lamine, 1, 91′) and Oliver (2) (Yeray, 3, 54′).

Reus: Verdejo (3); Nico Díaz (1) (Argilaga, 2, 46′), Maxi (3), Xavi Molina (3), Andy (2) (Cesc, 1, 91′), Melo (4); Vaz (3), Ramon Folch (3), Hugo M. (3) (Miravent, 1, 84′); Ian (3) (Hugo T.1, 84′) and Aitor (1) (Sardà, 46′).

The objectives: 1-0, Ivan Cabellud (26); 2-0, Miguel (37′); 2-1, Ian Martínez (54′).

Referee: Ainara Andrea (2). TA to Ricky, Guille, Mario Cantí, Olmo: Nico Díaz, Maxi, Xavi Molina (2, 77′), for coach Marc Carrasco, Sardà, Miravent

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The local team took the lead through Iván Cabellud, after a center from Òscar Sierra. Oliver’s action ended with a great shot by Miguel Martínez from the edge of the area making it 2-0. Ian Martínez, after Ricardo Vaz’s pass, scored with his right foot. Reus Reddis is desperately looking for an equaliser

For seven days, Tona didn’t know what it meant to win

FEG

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Tone

FEG: Sergio (1); Oumar (1), Pau (1), Fernando (1), Alberto (1) (Dani, 1, 56′), Roger (1) (Erik, 1, 64′), Ignasi (1), Peris (1) (Pol, 1, 84′), Ivan (1), Nil (1) and Padillo (3).

tone: David Aroca (3); Pol Fernández (3), Dan Coll (3) (Aimar, 2, 56′), Álex Jiménez (2) (Arnau Prat, 2, 70′), Generó (3); Nil Salarich (3), Toni Sureda (3); Didac Serra (4), Pijuan (1) (Adrià Casanova, 3, 46′), Pius Quer (3) (Dani Ribelles, 3, 70′); Raúl Campayo (1).

The objectives: 1-0, Alberto (6′); 1-1, Toni Sureda (38′); 2-1, Roger (42′); 3-1, Oumar (45′).

Referee: Martin Varas (2). TA to Ivan (2, 55′); Álex Jiménez, Dan Coll, Didac Serra.

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Alberto opened the scoring with Roger’s pass. Toni Sureda equalized by taking advantage of a defensive error. Roger’s header made it 2-1 and before the break Oumar successfully finished a free kick with his head. With numerical superiority, Tona had them of all colors.

Source: La Verdad

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