The female U-16 Endesa championship closed its doors the last Sunday with the final game between Spar Gran Canaria and Basket Almeda. Our basketball “linked” team could not defeat the almighty Canarian club, which has won the championship 7 times in the last 8 editions.
The week can not begin better than celebrating the promotion of our new soccer “linked” club, AE Prat, to the third best category in the Spanish soccer structure: Segunda División “B”.
Last weekend WOSPAC U-19 team, played to reach the last stages of the Copa Barcelona, playing against La Farga, with the clear goal to assert their status as best team, as reflected in the classification of the regular League.
As we have been doing the last few weeks, today we introduce you another of the players who are part of the 10 months program SOCCER Stages of WOSPAC. The guy that we present today, is called Adrian Ringele and is a powerful centre-forward who comes from Switzerland and currently playing its second season at WOSPAC.
At the beginning of the week, we left you with our girls from Basket Almeda, basketball “linked” club to WOSPAC, with 1-0 in her group at the Endesa U-16 championship. So, they made it to the final round and her growing has been meteoric.
On 4 June a new edition of one of the most popular races which are held in the Catalan Coast each summer, Aurun Store Sunset Beach, a race characterized by his charitable carachter and that this year will donate all the benefits collected to help our elders. The chosen cause is the Gent Gran de la Cruz Roja.
The afternoon of training today, has been very different for our guys of SOCCER Stages.
Adam Kovarskas, the Lithuanian player who is making a stay of 2 weeks in the SOCCER Stages program of WOSPAC, debuted this weekend with the U-19 Team, participating in the clear victory that classified our guys to the semifinals of the Copa Barcelona.
A new victory, and it’s the seventh in a row, and the WOSPAC team reaches the semifinals of the Copa Barcelona full of moral and playing a beautiful, and effective football.
Today it’s time to meet Juan Pablo Ortega, a Mexican player of the SOCCER Stages program of WOSPAC. Juan Pablo, is a 16 years old left back who is currently playing his second season in WOSPAC, where he came to fulfill a dream that had since he was child, play soccer in Spain.
Our “linked” basketball team, Basket Almeda, comes back to play the Endesa clubs championship in Zaragoza this week. After having been the Junior team eliminated in the final phase a few weeks ago, the U-14 female team goes to Zaragoza in a magnificent condition.
RCD Espanyol’s stadium and Sporting city Dani Jarque, hosted the national finals of the Danone Nations Cup, which featured UE Cornellà club with which WOSPAC, has a collaboration agreement, which defended the Championship achieved last year, demonstrating the excellent level that holds the Green quarry among the 16 participants, this weekend.