DHF: FC Barcelona can’t beat Atlético unbeaten in DHF B.
After the last two days of the DHF, the Catalan teams have had unequal luck, and those who managed to score over the weekend did not do so yesterday.
The Real Club de Polo that led the standings has stopped doing so, leaving the Club de Campo, with two new victories, to position itself as a solo leader. The Madrid team beat Sardinero (1-5) and FC Barcelona (0-7). Real Club de Polo beat FC Barcelona 6-0, with goals from Lorena Vives, Maria Paula Ortiz, Florencia Amundson, Constanza Amundson, Isabel Zaldúa and Liv María Arndt; yesterday he had to settle for a draw (1-1) against Sanse Complutense, a goal that went up on the scoreboard transformed by Florencia Amundson.
Junior FC beat CD Terrassa 6-1 and lost to Club Egara 1-0. Fernanda Flores, Laura Bosch (2), Anna Gil, Maria Gestí and Carlota Petchamé from Sant Cugat gave the victory to the locals, against a goal scored by the red Clàudia Marín. Sofia Keenan scored from scratch, scoring all three points to win. On Sunday, however, they did not beat UD Taburiente, with whom they lost 2-1. CD Terrassa, with goals from Naia Alonso and Estel Forte, beat Real Sociedad SS yesterday and failed to concede a goal at home.
Sanse Complutense beat Real Sociedad SS 0-3 at home and UD Taburiente at Sardinero 1-2.
With these results Real Club de Polo, down to second place, Junior FC continues to occupy fifth place, and Club Egara climbs to seventh place and CD Terrassa does so to eighth. FC Barcelona continues to close the table.
In DHF B, Atlètic Terrassa remains unbeaten and is aiming for its fourth consecutive victory. On Saturday the Yellows won at home on Line 22 by a tight 1-2. Lola Delfina Brea scored for Line 22, Julia Maialen Gomes and Àngels Ibáñez scored for Atlético.
A lone goal from Florencia Rodríguez won the HC Sant Cugat, which hosted the Club de Campo in its facilities.
There was a festival of goals in the Via Fèrria field, where Castelldefels beat AD Rimas 7-0. Bet Vilella (2), Laia Inserser, Sanne Roggeveen, Isabel Louisa Scherer (2) and Clara Garcia gave the victory to the Baix Llobregat team.
Photography: ALLAN HOCKEY