first hurray for Primavera 4, only victories for the soccer Titans • newsrimini.it
En plein weekend for women’s football teams. Three teams on the field and three victories hit, starting – in order of time – from the 2-0 imposed at home by the Under 15s at Riccione: the fifth victory out of five of the young Titanas bears the signatures of Terenzi and Toraldo. The Primavera team also continues to sail with full points, returning from the belay and privateering at Cesena. The match was already well addressed in the first half, with three titanic goals scored by Berveglieri (brace) and Pirini, interspersed with Conti’s sharp bianconero. In the second half, Casali expanded the strength of the derby, before Cesena shortened with Paolinelli for the final 4-2. The only team involved at home was the national Under 17 team, who returned to victory at the expense of Ravenna, adjusted for 4-1 with white and blue goals by Buldrini Pasquini (brace), Giannotti and Sciriscioli.
First victory in the league for the Primavera 4 team, who beat Mantova away from home on Saturday 2-1. The Titans of Nicola Cancelli make the most of the first part of the game, when they build a double advantage with the goals of Ugolini and Nucci. In the second half, Mantova halves the distance with La Pietra, without however completing the comeback. On the other hand, the away match of the Under 17s was totally opposite, with a severe 10-0 from Cesena with Amadori playing the part of the showman of the day. His, in fact, the exact half of the Juventus production; the other goals, on the other hand, bear the signatures of Rossi, Castorri, Trocchia and Coveri (double). In the Under 15 category, the match between the San Marino Academy and Cesena has been postponed: the recovery of the match has been set for 10 November, with the kick-off at 15:00.
Regional and provincial championships
Third consecutive success for the Provincial Allievi, this time able to establish itself in the home of Tropical Coriano. Guests who after less than 20 ‘are ahead 3-0 for the double acute of Biagioli and that of Vici; Tropical attempts a climb that stops at 2-3, the effect of Manetta and Rattini closing the first half. In the second half there will be no other jolts. The Giovanissimi Provinciali di Piselli return to score points after a complicated period, impacting 3-3 with Del Conca thanks to a comeback to the limits of the sensational. The two teams perfectly divide the two halves of the game: in the first half Del Conca tries to escape by building a 3-0 result of the goals of Cassaro, Ripa and Saraci; but on returning from the locker rooms there is a whole other Academy in the field, which between 53 ‘and 57’ returns to get under with the goals of Burioni and Salucci, and when the time is almost up, he takes it back thanks to the sharpness of Onano.
Not so positive, however, on the Sunday of the two “Pro” formations. The Under 13s lose 4-0 at Cesena, which makes all three fractions of the game its own (with the scores of 1-0, 4-0 and 6-1, Marra’s blue-white goal) and also the shootout test (27-25). Bianconeri who also impose themselves in the Under 14 category: here it was the boys from Belluzzi who did the honors. In Montecchio the guests find the advantage in the 8th minute with Tonti and then swell the partial up to 3-1 with the scoring of Ridolfi and Maroni. Meloni sketches a comeback attempt by the Academy, which however crashes on two other goals from Cesena, both signed by Maltoni.
The Under 14 to nine do not continue to remain, regulated 4-2 by Carpinello Forlì. Titani ahead after 1 ‘with Tani but soon reached by Maldini. The latter is also in charge of the 3-1, which came after Mantini’s acute. The Academy reacts with Baldazzi, only to surrender, in the second half, to Assirelli’s seal.
Finally, even the Under 19 away game ends without points. Venerucci’s boys are defeated by FYA Riccione with two goals in each half: Notaro’s advantage in the quarter of an hour and an exclamation point placed in recovery by Tamagnini.
A performance of determination and personality against the GS Pero is not enough to win points in the first away match of the championship. The futsal Titans returned to the scene after the long break, and on the ground of one of the most popular formations in the group they offered a proof of thickness, from the point of view of defensive application and not only, which did not find gratification in terms of the result due to some defect of cynicism especially in the generous final boarding. It is Pini’s girls who find the first advantage with Cabrera, scoring in the 7th minute. Pero’s response is entrusted to Marsili, who equalized in the 13th minute, effectively setting the stage for a comeback that was completed in the 26th minute by Prestes. However, it is not a fatal blow to the morale of the Titans, who have the great merit of not disuniting and above all of responding promptly: in fact, Turnone’s draw is immediate. De Siqueira brings Pero back to 8 ‘from the end, a lapse that the San Marino Academy faces by throwing the heart over the obstacle: on at least four occasions – two of which sensational – the ball still ahead comes good for a 3-3, but it is always a matter of centimeters – or fractions of a second if you like – that the winning victory fails. However, Mr. Pini and his girls still have the awareness – to be translated into trust – of having played with personality on a difficult field and in spite of some notable absence.
Women’s Spring Championship, 4th day | Cesena – San Marino Academy 2-4
Siboni (from 65 ‘Bardi); Monti, Lucchi, Spada, Balzani, Manara (from 37 ‘Piscaglia), Di Maria, Nagni, Luccaroni
(from 76 ‘Olivieri), Conti, Happiness (from 65’ Paolinelli)
Available: Piscaglia, Mengozzi
Coach: Marco Rossi
ACADEMY OF SAN MARINO
G. Zaghini; Cardona, Desiati, Modesti, Cecchini, A. Zaghini, Bonora, Several, Berveglieri, Giuliani (from 20 ‘
Casali), Pirini (from 65 ‘Paolini)
Available: Fraternali, Prencipe, Sambuchi, Sietchiping Nzepa
Coach: Matteo Urbinati
Referee: Stefania Menicucci from Lanciano
Assistants: Daljit Singh and Alessandro Donati from Macerata
Scorers: 8 ‘and 43’ Berveglieri, 31 ‘Conti, 45 + 1’ Pirini, 51 ‘Casali, 84’ Paolinelli
Primavera 4 Championship, 5th day | Mantua 1911 – San Marino Academy 1-2
Naples; Garbin, Cerani, Zerman (from 72 ‘Pagliari), Malavasi, La Pietra, Vetere, Ghisi (from 72’ Canalini), Palanca
(from 80 ‘Ferrari), Marrazzo (from 74’ Ahib), Fontana
Available: Malaguti, Soave, Bruno, Ruggero, Colombo, Savane
Coach: Giuseppe Manarin
ACADEMY OF SAN MARINO
Friends; Severi (from 72 ‘Giannini), Semprini, Dolcini, Casadei, M. Pasolini, Nucci, Castellani, D’Addario,
Lazzari (from 89 ‘Giambalvo), Ugolini (from 74’ Lisi)
Available: Battistini, Vittori, iambalvo, Terenzi, Gasperoni
Coach: Nicola Cancelli
Referee: Matteo Meroni of Chiari
Assistants: Luca Mistroigo and Axel Mastroianni from Mantua
Booked: Cerani, Lazzari, Ugolini, Castellani
Scorers: 25 ‘Ugolini, 30’ Nucci, 79 ‘La Pietra
Under 17 Serie C Championship, 5th day | Cesena – San Marino Academy 10-0
Galassi (from 46 ‘A. Casadei); F. Casadei, Rossi, Campedelli, Trocchia, Valentini (from 55 ‘T. Casadei), Castorri
(from 55 ‘Ahmetaj), Venturelli (from 55’ Magnani), Amadori, Ghinelli, Coveri
Available: Manetti, Valentini, Brandi, Giovannini, Tamai
Coach: Filippo Masolini
ACADEMY OF SAN MARINO
Borasco; Ugolini (from 90 ‘Molinari), Riccardi (from 9’ Caushaj (from 70 ‘M. Ciacci)), Forti (from 90’ Gualtieri), F.
Ciacci, Shurdhaj, Michelucci (from 79 Caddy), Renzi (from 90 ‘Bollini), Sensoli (from 79’ Moretti), Cervellini,
Gjepali (from 70 ‘Gasperoni)
Coach: Loris Bonesso
Referee: Federico Motzo from Pesaro
Assistants: Enrico Baldoni from Ancona, Nabil Dahou from Jesi
Scorers: 10 ‘, 14’, 18 ‘, 65’ and 75 ‘Amadori, 40’ Rossi, 42 ‘Castorri, 43’ and 60 ‘Coveri, 51’ Trocchia
Women’s Futsal A2 Series, 2nd day | GS Pero – San Marino Academy 3-2
Sanna, Attanasio, Roncucci, Gulli, De Lisi, Prestes, Piccolo, Ricci, Salmeri, De Siqueira, Marsili, De Oliveira
Coach: Alessio Battaia
ACADEMY OF SAN MARINO
Giorgi, Cappelli, Mordenti, Foti, Lanzarotti, Comandini, Taioli, Turnone, Cabrera, Cardillo, Giardina
Coach: Roberto Pini
Referee 1: Antonio Puzzonia from Como
Referee 2: Marco Amatucci from Milan
Timekeeper: Valentina Ferraro from Milan
Booked: Salmeri, Taioli, Comandini, Prestes
Scorers: 7 ‘Cabrera, 13’ Marsili, 26 ‘Prestes, 27’ Turnone, 32 ‘De Siqueira
San Marino Academy Press Office