Last sunday, Club Egara and RC Polo played for the title of the Championship of Catalonia of the Men’s Honor Division.
It was Santiago Tomás Tarazona who scored the first goal for the Barcelona team, arriving at minute four of the game. The second, also in favor of Roger Pallarols’ men, did not rise to the scoreboard until the third quarter.
It would be Xavi Lleonart, chosen as the best player of the match, who materialized the second. Lluís Mercadé, later, was right on the part of the ratllats, in the only goal of the Terrassa team. With this score (2-1), the Real Club de Polo stood 34th in this competition.
At 10.00 am, CD Terrassa Hockey and Vallès Esportiu played for the DHMB title and this was for the whole of Les Pedritxes, in a match that was highly contested.
As soon as the game started, Eduard de Ignacio-Simó opened the scoreboard in favor of the vermells , but a minute later, Pol Albericio, got a new tie. In the second quarter, Sergi Bosque, ultimately elected best player of the match and Francisco de Borja Soler, advanced to CD Terrassa Hockey in the light.
At the arrival of the third quarter, Roger Vizcaíno broke the tie with 3-2, but this situation continued for three minutes, when again Bosque scored a strock, thus raising the fourth for Carlos García Cuenca. The last goal was made by Pol Bonastre for the Vallès. Thus, with the 4-3 in favor of CD Terrassa Hockey, ended a match that awarded the wound to those of Matadepera.
Aleix Villatoro, Director of the Consell Catalá de l’Esport; Isaac Albert, 1st Teninent Mayor of the Terrassa City Council; the councilors of the Terrassa City Council: Núria Marín, Montserrat Trullàs and Meritxell Lluís; the councilor d’Esports of the Terrassa City Council; Miguel Ángel Moreno; the Mayor of Matadepera; Nil López; Albert Recasens, councilor d’esports of the Matadepera City Council; Santiago Deó, president of the RFEH; Max Caldas, male absolute national coach; Pere Vilà, director of the UFEC Foundation, were some of the authorities who attended this conference.
Also, along with the president of the Catalan Hockey Federation, Xavier Adell, were the presidents of the Catalan clubs and the members of their Board of Directors.