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Over 4,000 viewers enjoyed at Gorki Grana the three final matches

Buenos Aires, Argentina, April 19, 2016 - Two historical days at Gorki Grana Stadium were enjoyed live by over 4,000 people including also Saturday matches broadcast live for the whole country by DeporTV. First the final match of the Argentine Women's A1 League with Villa Dora overcoming undefeated Boca (title holder) in a terrific tiebreaker and then, two matches of Moron v River at the Final Series of the Argentine Men's A2 upgrading League, won by the local team finished in a great volleyball party for Moron.

There was a lot of excitement for Saturday two matches with the best four teams (two per gender) of the season playing in Moron. Not only the local people were at the Stadium, Villa Dora that finished winning the Women's League brought its own Santa Fe fans and therefore there was cheering and support for every ball played on each side of the net.

The celebration kept after Villa Dora enjoyed its title, with a celebration they will never forget this Saturday April 16, 2016 when in a terrific match they overcame the strong and title holder, Boca, the team that won most titles during the last competitions.

A neat and very emotive award ceremony and in just some minutes the over 1,000 women's fans left their places for the local River and Deportivo Moron people that also wanted to enjoy their final match. River had won the first match at home and to the best of three matches, the title could have its owner but Deportivo Moron won also at home and with the series 1-1 the definition took place on Sunday and with the victory of the local Moron, the stadium exploded.

Apart from the four great stadium, at Gorki Grana were the National Teams coaches, Guillermo Orduna and Julian Alvarez, players of the Argentine National Seniors' Men team already working at Cenard facilities and Las Panteras, showing the importance of both final matches and being enjoyed by the audience in the stadium.