Play off in a dry match between Virtus Binasco and Assago, Alagna and Locate relegated to First Second, Broni-Nice match to decide who goes up
The Promotion and Second Category championships have issued their verdicts, with the last round of the championship establishing the hierarchies, both at the top and in the rear, and there has been no shortage of twists.
In Group F Promotion, the games were already done for the primacy, with Magenta celebrating their arrival in Excellence. In this grouping, only the final play off will be played between Virtus Binasco and Assago, by virtue of the gap that has been created between the top of the class and the rest of the group. At the bottom of the ranking, the already relegated Locate, joins Alagna, who lost sensationally at home (4-5), precisely with Locate, and thus says goodbye to the Promotion. Viscontea and Vistarino celebrate their salvation, while Bressana and Garlasco will meet in the play-outs, with the lomellini of the new coach Paolo Chierico who will be able to take advantage of the best placement in the standings in the double confrontation with the orange.
In the second category, group X crowned Rivanazzanese as queen, victorious in Ponte Nizza in the last round with a substantial 4-1. Behind the leaders Riva, there will be only one play-off challenge in this group, which will see Broni and Nice as protagonists, with a dry match at the home of the Bronesi. The Eaglets, last and detached, were already sure of relegation to Terza. To find out about the other formation destined to keep the Eaglets company, it will be necessary to wait for the outcome of the play out with a Oltrepò flavor between Retorbido and Montebello, with Reto having the advantage of the best ranking. In group Y of the second, the Rosatese had already toasted the jump in the first category. The last day outlined the play off scenario, with many teams that gave birth to a very heated tussle. Based on the outcome of the last 90 ‘of the regular season, the promotion play-offs will see Virtus Lomellina-Certosa and Casarile-Superga on the pitch. In the slums, Borgo San Siro sadly slips into Terza after the home knockout with Cassolese. They will battle to keep their stay in the Lacchiarella-Vellezzo Bellini category, ready to cross paths in the double play-out challenge. –