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22-04-2017

CORDOBA AND SANTA FE WINNERS OF THE U 19 NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP

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Chapadmalal, Argentina, April 22, 2017 – This Friday finished the firstage-group National Championship 2017 dedicated to the U 19 at the renewed High Performance Development Centre in the resort town of Chapadmalal with Cordoba boys’ celebrating again as in the year 2016 the Gold Medal after defeating Santa Fe 3-1 while at the women’s side, Santa Fe overcame Metropolitan (Buenos Aires city town) in a very exciting match that ended 3-2. San Juan both genders’ won the Bronze Medal.

Boys’ competition:

Early in the morning all the final matches took place with Metropolitan overcoming San Luis easily and then Mendoza finishing in the fifth place of the ranking.

Then, at semi-finals, Cordoba overcame San Juan 3-0 while Santa Fe defeating the outstanding Tucuman performance along the competition 3-1.

The final match was won by Cordoba over Santa Fe 3-1 (22-25, 25-20, 25-21, 25-22).

The champion roster: Matias Giraudo, Genaro Alaniz, Agustin Bruschini, Federico Seia, Sebastian Quintana, Flavio Rajczakowski, Tomas Zanotti, Ezequiel Zingoni, Mathias Corzo, German Illanes, Ignacio Lohr, Gaston Martínez, Alejo Roldan and Maximiliano Vega. Coach: Cristian Ambrosini. Assistant Coach: Alejandro Gimenez. Delegation Chief: Maria Laura Retamoso.

Final Ranking:
1. Cordoba
2. Santa Fe
3. San Juan
4. Tucumán
5. Metropolitan
6. Mendoza
7. San Luis
8. Buenos Aires Prov.
9. Chaco

Individual Awards:
Best Setter — Matias Giraudo (Cordoba)
Best Receiver — Joaquin Astrada (Santa Fe)
Best Digger — Santiago Arroyo (Metropolitan)
Best Spiker – Manuel Balague (Santa Fe)
Best Server — Matías Giraudo (Cordoba)
Best Blocker — Mateo Carron (Santa Fe)
Best Libero — Santiago Arroyo (Metropolitana)
MVP — MatIas Giraudo (Cordoba)

Girls’ Competition:

Buenos Aires Prov and Mendoza won their first matches of the day over Entre Rios and Chaco 3-1 and then faced each other for the fifth place won by Buenos Aires 3-1.

In Semi-Finals Metropolitan (1st) and Santa Fe (2nd) qualified for the final match after defeating respectively the 3rd and 4th teams. Metro played without mistakes and overcame San Juan, finishing then winning the Bronze Medal defeating Cordoba that has suffered a strong defeat in semi-final match overcame by Santa Fe.

The final match was won by Metropolitan over Santa Fe 3-2 (21-25, 25-20, 21-25, 25-13, 15-8).

The Champion Roster:Pilar Cina, Anahí Tosi, Candela Nota, Agostina Beltramino, Sofia Meinardi, Araceli Meinardi, Agostina Peloso, Virginia Beguiristain, Eugenia Alonso, Sofia Calderón, Thiara Cravero, Melina Imhoff, Julieta Palmisano and Aylen Rafañelo. Coach: Mariano Zapata. Assistant Coach: Soledad Braidot. Delegation Chief: Gabriel Tonelli.

Final Ranking:
1. Santa Fe
2. Metropolitan
3. San Juan
4. Cordoba
5. Buenos Aires Prov.
6. Mendoza
7. Entre Rios
8. Chaco
9. San Luis

Individual Awards:
Best Setter — Azul Benítez (Buenos Aires)
Best Receiver — Agostina Peloso (Santa Fe)
Best Digger — Agostina Peloso (Santa Fe)
Best Spiker — Anahí Tosi (Santa Fe)
Best Server — Agostina Soria (Metropolitan)
Best Blocker — Candela Nota (Santa Fe)
Best Libero — Agostina Peloso (Santa Fe)
MVP — Anahí Tosi (Santa Fe)

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