Second consecutive victory for the girls of the Primavera, who protect the leadership in Group 2 by storming the field of Palermo. The match is archived in the first half, closed at 3-0 by the Urbinati team thanks to a goal by Martina Piazza in the 17 ‘(second center in two matches due to the aggregate out of quota from the First Team), to the penalty won and converted by Desiati at 28 ‘and at the acute of Swami Giuliani at the sunset of the hamlet. The second half opens with the crossing of Piazza on the corner, to reiterate a white-blue monologue that is interrupted shortly after by Pellegrino Cimo’s goal, useful for updating the scoreboard but not for changing the fate of a race that remains firmly in the hands of the Titans, close to poker in more than one circumstance before the final whistle. Success also for the Under 17s, who after the 2-2 in Piacenza find a resounding 8-0 at home against Imolese. Only single scores on the sparkling Sunday of the Titans trained by Katia Cerea: on the scoresheet Giannotti, Sciriscioli, Sambuchi, Pascucci, Ceppari, Rulli, Bardeggia and Marra.
Only the Primavera 4 on the pitch at the weekend. Nicola Cancelli’s boys are unable to dare following the 2-0 victory against Fiorenzuola. Also Saturday was played at Dogana and also in this case the final result says 2-0: but it is the Pistoiese who leave Ezio Conti with the three points in his pocket, the result of Piazza’s goal in the first half and that of Cenni in the heart of the recovery.
Regional and provincial championships
Redemption for the Under 14 to nine, which impose the home factor against the Polisportiva Garden by closing Domagnano’s challenge with a convincing 3-0. First half ended on the slightest advantage from the Titans coached by Baschetti, scoring in the 8th minute with Giordani. In the second half, the usual Baldazzi and finally Petrov underpin the white-blue victory. Definitely a good Sunday also for the two formations of the Provincial Under 13, both winners against the Junior Coriano. Team “A” did the honors in Montegiardino and it is here that they build the 4-3 drawing mainly from the shootouts, won with a score of 22-12. In perfect equality, however, the other three phases of the match: 2-2 with goals from Pala and Gatti in the first half, 0-0 in the second and 1-1 in the third, with Gatti entering the match report again. It ends 3-2, however, between the “B” formations. Here too it was the San Marino Academy playing at home. In the second match of Montegiardino, the guests strongly impose themselves (4-0) in the first fraction, except to yield in the second (1-0, Margotti’s goal) and impact against white nets in the third. Here too the shootouts were decisive, with the San Marino Academy capable of winning 23-20.
The white-blue mood in the Under 14 Professional category was in the opposite direction. The boys from Belluzzi are unable to react to a period, the last, of great difficulty in terms of results. Parma imposes itself 5-1 in Montecchio, uncorking the match as early as 3 ‘with Arcuri and then taking off with Allegri, Antonelli and Maglione, before Raschi sketches a reaction that is immediately suffocated by the acute – definitive – of Atraoui . The bad moment also continues for the Provincial Allievi, defeated with the same score by the Catholic Academy in the recovery of the 8th day of the championship. The hosts are up 2-0 with goals from Galvani and Bala, before the San Marino Academy returns to fight with Ciacci. However, it will be a will-o’-the-wisp, that of the Titans, hit again by Cenni and twice by Mamati. It is a tie at the end of the comparison between the Under 13 Professionals and the equal category of Imolese, hostess in a match that sees the first two fractions close to white nets, before the rossoblùs take on the third for 2-1, with a goal biancoazzurra by Protti. As in the case of the Provincials, here too the shootouts smile at the San Marino citizens, who close the special stage with a score of 20-18.
The first points do not arrive in the second match of the Under 21 championship, defeated at home by the same age of the X Martyrs. After two beautiful saves by Pazzini on Gonzalez, the Ferrarese inaugurate the confrontation of Acquaviva with Russo, also favored by a carom after the valuable triangle woven by the same number 9 with captain Montanari. The Academy tries one with Cavalli, whose shot is reacted by Buttarello, while the Martiri updates the scoresheet in the quarter of an hour with Gonzalez, cold in front of Pazzini after the triangulation with Luca Saccenti. The boys from Selva risk the trio on Francesco’s left-handed, which luckily for Pazzini and his companions is printed on the pole, while on the other side is a save by Buttarello on Billi, and above all the rescue on the Velasco line on the tap-in of Zanotti, to keep the Ferrara goal untouched. At 20 ‘the scene is repeated: there is always Velasco’s foot to deny Zanotti what seemed like a goal, given that the captain was ready to deflect the free-kick kicked hard at the far post by Cavalli. Shortly after, another wood of the X Martyrs, this time hit by Velasco. It is the prelude to the 3-0 that materializes in the final of the fraction thanks to Luca Saccenti, whose shot from a distance surprises Pazzini. In the second half, the sprint start of the San Marino Academy seems to open up to a comeback: the clock marks just 11 seconds when Billi, with precision and even more stubbornness, places the 3-1 shot. But the X Martyrs, instead of wavering, becomes even more granitic and insightful: after two minutes he finds as many scoring: first with Velasco, who takes advantage of an accidental opponent error, and then with Gonzalez, whose shot, accidentally deflected from Zanotti, ends mockingly behind Pazzini. It is a difficult moment for the Academy, which slams twice – the one conducted by Russo – extremely valuable for speed and technical quality. And the construction of the next Ferrara point is also beautiful, the one scored by Velasco after the triangulation with Russo, which arrived shortly after Billi, with the lead, had signed the new attempt to reconnect with the San Marino Academy. The brace of the home number 9 is paired with that of Cavalli, given that the latter will find a way to pierce Buttarello twice between 48 ‘and 60’ with as many right-handers under the legs of the visiting goalkeeper. In the meantime, however, the X Martiri scored again with Luca Saccenti, ‘triplet’ of the day: it is number 3, at 53 ‘, who succeeds from distance Pazzini for the 8th center of the Ferrara team against the 4 of that of home.
On the other hand, the match of the 6th day of the women’s Serie A2 was not played between the San Marino Academy and Arzachena. A transport problem prevented the Sardinian team from reaching Campo Don Pippo in good time, the venue for the race scheduled for last Saturday. Waiting to know the official and final decision by the competent bodies, the Titans of Mr. Pini have already focused their sights on next weekend’s commitment, the one at the Top Five.
Women’s Spring Championship, 8th day | Palermo – San Marino Academy 1-3
Biunto; Amante (from 46 ‘Palermo), La Rosa, Conciauro, Sposito, Lo Verso (from 46’ Marotta), Geraci,
D’Agostino, Purpura (from 62 ‘Brucia), Pellegrino Cimo, Renda (from 51’ Grado (from 74 ‘Bonanno))
Available: Barone, Gammino, Rizzo, Scire
Coach: Antonio Li Volsi
ACADEMY OF SAN MARINO
G. Zaghini; Bonora, Desiati, Modesti, Cecchini, A. Zaghini, Piazza (from 31 ‘Cardona), Several, Berveglieri (from
64 ‘Sanchi), Giuliani, Pirini (from 90 + 2’ Prencipe)
Available: Casali, Mariani, Paolini, Sietchiping Nzepa
Coach: Matteo Urbinati
Referee: Fabrizio Ramondino from Palermo
Assistants: Lorenzo Chillemi from Barcellona Pozzo di Gotto, Dario Testaì from Catania
Scorers: 18 ‘Piazza, 28’ rig. Desiati, 41 ‘Giuliani, 54’ Pellegrino Cimo
National Championship Primavera 4, 8th day | San Marino Academy – Pistoiese 0-2
ACADEMY OF SAN MARINO
Friends; Severi (from 78 ‘Terenzi), Guerra (from 61’ Semprini), Dolcini, Casadei, Giambalvo, F. Pasolini, Castellani
(from 61 ‘Gatti), D’Addario (from 78’ Lisi), Lazzari, Ugolini 8from 46 ‘Gasperoni)
Available: Cervellini, Giannini, M. Pasolini, Vittori, Nucci, Battistini
Coach: Nicola Cancelli
Pinocchi; Natali, Ferraro, Tramalere (from 68 ‘Seghi), Deratti, Taverni (from 68’ De Liso), Curumi (from 90 ‘Russo),
Valdrighi (from 55 ‘Tarantino), Cenni, Piazza, Nesti (from 90’ Tirinnanzi)
Available: G. Dumitreau, Vezzosi, S. Dumitreau, Princiotta, Ferzi
Coach: Niccolò Pascali
Referee: Marco Arienti from Cesena
Assistants: Matteo Qoli from Cesena, Gianluca Latorre from Rimini
Scorers: 8 ‘Piazza, 70’ Hints
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