DAY OF DRAWS FOR TEAMS COMPETING NATIONALLY
CF Dragon Force Valencia’s Youth A and UD SIA Benig-niim played their home games and managed to add important points for the future of the National League and the Spanish Third Division.
The Royal Spanish Football Federation continues its efforts to work for the health security of its footballers. National competitions are the RFEF’s big bet and its leagues move on.
As in the main body of Spanish football, Soccer Inter-Action also works hard not to spare expenses for the health security of its players, both those of its International Football Academy, as well as those of its training teams.
Two of these teams are THE Youth A of CF Dragon Force Valencia and the UD SIA Benig-nim. Enlisted in renowned categories such as the National Youth League and the Spanish Third Division, these ensembles are trained daily in the sports facilities of Soccer Inter-Action with the aim of finishing the season with the satisfaction of having completed a great campaign.
To do this, both players and technical staff are making the most of this goal. Proof of this are the matches that played this weekend: on Saturday The Youth A and Sunday the UD SIA Benig-nim.
Tables between Juvenile A and Hercules B
Almost one final was what Pascu Domingo’s team had ahead of me. Feud complicated that of hercules – one of the most important clubs of the Valencian Community – and the highest demand for a CF Dragon Force that demonstrated the potential it hosts.
However, to prove that football that the Dragons treasure in their boots, they had to suffer an early Herculean goal that further got them into the importance of finishing the duel with at least one point in their pockets.
The target of Hercules B, achieved after a shot by Marcos Pérez in the fiveth minute, gave way to a frantic first half where Pascu Domingo’s pupils went from least to more. Gradually they took control of the game, albeit without having any approximations to the area of serious danger. For their part, the herculaneals sought the cons to try to gain more advantage in the luminous, but without ever surprising the goalkeeper Hugo again.
The second part didn’t change much in terms of game dynamics. However, CF Dragon Force’s Youth A put one more march to its intensity and that extra ‘poison’ helped him hit the table and match the contest. Defenseman Fran Solera was in charge of putting one-on-one on the scoreboard when the luminous reflected the 54th minute.
From here, the two teams prioritized not only not receiving goals, as any variation of the score could result in them losing the match, something neither team was willing to do. Fair draw and positive sensations by a Youth A eager to continue improving in his performance. Potential and ambition have. No doubt.
UD SIA Benig’nim draws against one of the favourites for promotion
I’m split if you lived on Sunday at the Altabix Municipal Sports Center in Elche. The UD SIA Benig-nim traveled to the city of palm trees to see the faces before Elche B, a leading set of the classification and one of the highest contenders to fight for promotion to Spanish Second Division B.
However, this favoritism could not be seen beyond the first bars of the game. The Franjiverdes soon got ahead of themselves on the scoreboard with an Olympic goal from Rulo, who surprised Enric with a very precise corner throw and in which the strong wind that hit Elche was an illicitan ally in that action.
As in the Youth A match, ud SIA Benig-niim was also from minus to more and once he overcame the local push he began to enjoy his game. Possession was increasingly for the pupils of Fernando Gómez and Elche B gradually diluted in attack. In fact, in the 40th minutea big collective play of the’ganxut’frame ended in a powerful shot of Kevin that was unstoppable for Luis Castillo.
The passage through the changing rooms brought with it the best minutes of the UD SIA Benig-nim. Pulling the ball from behind and overcoming the Franjiverdepressure over and overagain, those of the Vall d’Albaida became amos and lords of the match. The venues, led by Pau Quesada, tried to change pieces with the mission of varying the dynamics of the meeting, but without success, since more and more the UD SIA Benig-nim was more settled in the match.
In fact, two shots to the edge of the Migue and Castilla area forced the local goalkeeper to draw two spectacular hands that could have meant one by two on the scoreboard. The great surprise of the day was grazed, although the sensations taken from that match are unbeatable for a month full of matches, many of them almost final.