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Broni struggling with Covid also jumps Faenza restart on 23 in Lucca

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The match scheduled for Sunday at PalaBrera has been postponed. Calendar to be redone, here is the path of the red and white


The Constructions Italia Broni-Faenza match, scheduled for Sunday at PalaBrera, has been postponed due to some positivity at Covid in both teams. The match, valid for the 16th day of women’s A1, will be resumed on Wednesday 2 February (duo at 20). The calendar of the red and white team therefore undergoes some changes. Sunday 23 January, as scheduled, the transfer to the PalaTagliate in Lucca against Gesam Gas for the 17th day. Saturday 29 January (20.30) at home against Famila Schio, for the 18th round. Then, as mentioned, on February 2 the recovery against the Romagna side of Faenza; Saturday 5 February (20.30) the challenge on the parquet of La Molisana Campobasso for the 19th day; Saturday 12 February, at 6 pm, at PalaBrera, the recovery of the 14th matchday against Umana Reyer Venezia. Finally, Tuesday 8 March, at a time yet to be determined, the recovery of the 15th matchday in Ragusa against Passalacqua. At the moment the date of the match of the 12th day in Moncalieri still remains to be fixed, skipped on Boxing Day.

The other recoveries

These are the other recoveries already scheduled: Dinamo Sassari-Ragusa of the 5th matchday on January 25 (18); Empoli-Venezia of the 12th matchday on February 8 (19); Faenza-Lucca of the 13th day on 24 February (20.30); Dinamo Sassari-San Martino di Lupari of the 15th matchday on March 16th (20.30). In the meantime, the planned meeting of the national team, scheduled for the second weekend of February, has been canceled, so this will allow for some recoveries. As for the next day, the 16th, the match between San Martino di Lupari and Umana Reyer Venezia has been postponed to a later date. For now, barring further cancellations, the program is as follows. Saturday: Empoli-Dinamo Sassari (18), Sesto San Giovanni-Schio (19.30). Sunday: Costa Masnaga-Ragusa (15.15), Campobasso-Virtus Bologna (18), Moncalieri-Lucca (18).

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Classification: Schio (11 plays) 22 points; Virtus Bologna (13) 20; Venice (12) 20; Ragusa (11) 16; Lucca (13) 16; Campobasso (11) 14; Sesto San Giovanni (12) 12; San Martino di Lupari (12) 12; Dinamo Sassari (11) 8; Costa Masnaga (13) 8; Moncalieri (11) 6; Weapons (12) 6; Faenza (12) 4; Empoli (12) 2. –


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