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Castelnuovo does not stop, the guard Smorto and the pivot Nina Premasunac arrive

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Castelnuovo does not stop, the guard Smorto and the pivot Nina Premasunac arrive

The Croatian played for Broni for three years and ended the last season in Campobasso with more than 10 points per game. The other new player comes from Venice


The Autosped Castelnuovo Scrivia market did not stop and scored two more hits: the Croatian strong-pivot winger born in 1992 Nina Premasunac and the winger born in 1999 Giovanna Elena Smorto.

In the last season, Premasunac played in the Molisana Magnolia Campobasso in A1, finishing at over 10 points per game. For years now she has been one of the protagonists of the top league having dressed the jerseys of La Spezia, Broni (for three years) and Empoli. After having been part of the various youth representatives of the category, she has also earned numerous convocations in the Croatian senior national team. A player of higher category who under the basket in A2 can make the difference. Smorto, born in Reggio but in Treviso by adoption, comes from Reyer Venezia. It was in the Venetian nursery that she took her first steps from a basketball point of view, completing the whole process in the various youth teams: 5 junior championships won between 2014 and 2018. To which are added three medals with the national youth teams. At the same time, the first experiences in the senior championships began both in Venice (debut in Eurocup) and with the satellite company of Pordenone with which she played both in B and in A2. The debut in A1 took place with the Reyer tank top which was followed by the experiences of Campobasso, Broni and the two-year period in Lucca showing evident progress. In short, the roster of coach Nino Molino is rapidly taking shape and the feeling of a team that will be able to play a leading role in the next A2 series is evident. –

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