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Double Canavese challenge on Easter Saturday Banchette calls Ivrea

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Double Canavese challenge on Easter Saturday Banchette calls Ivrea

In Volpiano the Quincitava tries to make an encore of victories Friday in advance the Rivarolese wants to redeem itself


No Easter rest for group B of the Promotion championship which, with a higher number of teams in the workforce, proceeds in forced stages to close the season in good time. We take the field on Saturday at 3 pm to play the 9th return match which has two very interesting derbies scheduled. The first concerns the leaders Ivrea who will host Banchette Ivrea in need of salvation points at the Gaglione di Bollengo. Last Sunday the rossoblù of Kevin Bardus, with a huge effort, won a precious victory against Pianezza, one of the most formidable opponents in terms of salvation, but the situation of Vercellinatto and teammates is still precarious and points must be sought everywhere. Certainly it will not be easy to catch them in front of Porrini’s oranges who after the external draw with Carrara ’90, full of recriminations for the many missed opportunities, want to return to victory to at least keep the advantage over the second unchanged.

The second derby sees Quincinetto Tavagnasco away to Volpiano. The home victory at the expense of Charvensod gave breath back to the standings which, also due to the many absences, was going through a rather dark period. However, the only four lengths of advantage over the playout area do not allow us to let our guard down. Who will open the day is the Rivarolese who will descend on the synthetic Grande Torino today, Friday 15 at 20.30 to face the San Mauro that appears in third place in the standings. Important clash between two big players in the league that will say a lot about their future. 9th return (other matches, Saturday 16 at 15) Pianezza-Alpignano, Nolese-Lascaris, Union Vallesusa-Caselle, Charvensod-Carrara, Valdruento-Torinese. Rest: Barcanova. Classification: Ivrea points 50; Valdruento 46; Rivarolese, San Mauro 44; Alpignano 43; Lascaris 42; Charvensod 37; Volpiano 36; Quincitava, Carrara ’33; Union Vallesusa, Caselle 29; Pianezza 24; Banchette Ivrea, Turin 1894 20; Barcanova 16; Nolese 4. –

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