Bathco Torrelvega prevailed in the Cantabrian derby in La Albericia (32-34), inspired by a brilliant comeback in the second half against a Blendio Sinfin that still has not regained stability.
The visitors took the initiative on the scoreboard early thanks to a 2–4 opening half, a two-goal lead which they maintained during the first half of the match. However, halfway through the first half, the dynamic of the match changed and Ruben Garbaya’s men turned the score around thanks to a 7–1 run that allowed them to take a four-goal lead (10–6).
Torrelvega tried to reduce the differences before the break but the locals were still very successful and managed to reach the break five goals (17-12). After going through the locker room, in the first minute of the second half, the tone of the match remained the same, with Sinnfein reaching an eight-goal (24–16) advantage, but the home side responded with a 4–0 run. , to halve the difference in only two minutes.
The Alex Mojas-led side did not give up and with seven minutes left in the match, the visitors leveled the match (30-30) thanks to a 4-0 run. The tie fell like a mace on Sinfinn, who was unable to recover after squandering the proceeds of eight goals and Torrelvaga knew that in the final minutes to take home a new Cantabrian derby in Asobal (32-34) how to play better
32- Endless Blend (17+15): Ernesto (Mohammed Ally); Muniz. Gustavo Alonso (1), Bono (7, 1p), Dominguez, Rubio, Aguilella (1p), Zaza (7), Monzon (8, 4p), Leo Alonso (2), Basuldo (2), Diaz, Oscar Garcia ( 1), Lohar Lone and Perbella (3).
34- Bathko Torrelvega (12+22): Mijuskovic (St); Brown (2), Crisp, Prieto (1), Viloria, Lombilla. Isi Martinez (8), Congiani (3), Casanova (9), Oswald, Popovic (4), Japlinski (7, 2p), Colunga and Gandara.
Score every five minutes: 2-4, 4-6, 6-6, 10-6, 13-10, 17-12 -Rest- 22-15, 24-18, 27-23, 30-26, 31 -30 and 32-34.
Referees: Colmenero and Rolan. Perbela (2), Basualdo, Gustavo Alonso, Leo Alonso and Mohamed Aly from Blendio Sinfín and Isi Martínez (2) and Popovic (3) were sent off two minutes into Bath’s BM Torrelavega.
Events: Matches relating to the twenty-seventh day of the ASOBL Plitude League played at the Pabellón de la Albericia in Santander before approximately 2,000 spectators.