First leg challenges of the play outs to stay in B1 and B2. Motonautica and Canottieri are also on the field for the Serie C playoffs
Tennis Club Pavia and Selva Alta Vigevano are playing a good slice of salvation today, in the first leg matches of the B1 and B2 tennis series play outs. Thanks to the better placement than their opponents in their respective qualifying rounds, the two provincial clubs will face the first round away, while next Sunday, July 3, they will have the advantage of the home factor for the decisive matches. In B1, transfer to San Benedetto del Tronto for the Tc Pavia on the fields of the Maggioni club. In B2, external match on the fields of Terracina (Latina) for Selva Alta. The Vigevanesi aim to confirm their second team (while the first plays in the A1 series) in the junior series of national tennis.
Motorboating and rowing at home
Double home match in Pavia for the two teams qualified for the national C playoffs who in these fifteen days will play the chance to move up to B2. The Canottieri Ticino will face the Tc Sandrigo from 10 in the morning, while the Motonautica will receive a visit from the Modenese of the Mirandola Tennis Club. Unlike the play outs of B1 and B2, whose final verdict will be issued in seven days, in Serie C, on Sunday 3 July, rest day and return matches will be played for Canottieri Ticino and Motonuatica Pavia on Sunday 10 July.
After the Covid emergency, the A1 and A2 team championships return in autumn-winter. The group stage will be played in A1 from 9 October to 20 November, with the main formation of Selva Alta competing. In A2 ten-year presence for team A of Motonautica Pavia which will debut on October 2nd and will end the group stage on November 20th. Then play off or play out to move up to A1 or avoid relegation to B1.—