Lleida Llista wins again the WS Europe Cup

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Club Esportiu Lleida Llista wins the second consecutive WS Europe Cup. After the victory on the penalties in the 38th edition, the 39th has been won in the regular times with the result of 6-3. A great match for intensity as not always happened in the history: 2-0 in first 5 minutes for the home team brokes already the game (gol for Oruste and Roberto Di Benedetto). But with patience, Sarzana returns in the match with the goal of Rampulla. In the second half, Sarzana has the chance to reduce the gap, with a partial score of 3-2 (Borsi scored). But Lleida is always a step ahead: Roberto Di Benedetto and Jordi Creus at the middle of the 2nd half grow the score to 5-2 and the game was almost over. In the latest minutes another two goals for Oruste and Ipinazar for Sarzana. Lleida returns to win after only one year, entering now inside the best 10 clubs for the second cup of the european rink hockey. Both, Lleida and Sarzana, will play in the WS Continental Cup 28-29th september against the two finalists of Euroleague, that will be schedule May, 11 & 12 on Lisbon.

Photo Credit: Marzia Cattini

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WS EUROPE CUP – Final Four – 27th and 28th April 2019 in Lleida (Spain)
Semifinal #2 – Sat 27/4/19 – h 18.00 – Match #112 – H. Sarzana (IT) x H. Valdagno 1938 (IT) = 4-2 after overtimes 
Semifinal #1 – Sat 27/4/19 – h 20.45 – Match #111 – CE Lleida (SP) x CP Voltregà (SP) = 5-2
Final – Sun 28/4/19 – Match #113 – CE Lleida Llista (SP) x H. Sarzana (IT)

HISTORY WS EUROPE CUP (FORMER CERS CUP)
80-81   GD SESIMBRA (PT)
81-82   HC LICEO LA CORUNA (SP)
82-83   AMATORI VERCELLI (IT)
83-84   SPORTING LISBOA (PT)
84-85   HOCKEY NOVARA (IT)
85-86   CP TORDERA (SP)
86-87   AMATORI LODI (IT)
87-88   AMATORI VERCELLI (IT)
88-89   HOCKEY CLUB MONZA (IT)
89-90   HOCKEY SEREGNO (IT)
90-91   SL BENFICA LISBOA (PT)
91-92   HOCKEY NOVARA (IT)
92-93   HOCKEY NOVARA (IT)
93-94   FC PORTO (PT)
94-95   OC BARCELOS (PT)
95-96   FC PORTO (PT)
96-97   UD OLIVEIRENSE (PT)
97-98   CE NOIA (SP)
98-99   HC LICEO LA CORUNA (SP)
99-00   CD PACO D’ARCOS (PT)
00-01   CP VIC (SP)
01-02   CP VOLTREGA’ (SP)
02-03   REUS DEPORTIU (SP)
03-04   REUS DEPORTIU (SP)
04-05   FOLLONICA HOCKEY (IT)
05-06   FC BARCELONA (SP)
06-07   CP VILANOVA (SP)
07-08   CP TENERIFE (SP)
08-09   CH MATARO’ (SP)
09-10   LICEO LA CORUNA (SP)
10-11   BENFICA LISBOA (PT)
11-12   HOCKEY BASSANO (IT)
12-13   CE VENDRELL (SP)
13-14   CE NOIA (SP)
14-15   SPORTING DE PORTUGAL (PT)
15-16   BARCELOS (PT)
16-17   BARCELOS (PT)
17-18   CE LLEIDA LLISTA (SP)
18-19   CE LLEIDA LLISTA (SP)

CLUBS RECORDS
3 Cups: OC Barcelos (PT), H. Novara (IT), Liceo A Coruna (SP)
2 Cups: Reus (SP), Noia (SP), Porto (PT), Vercelli (IT), Benfica (PT), Sporting (PT), CE Lleida Llista (SP)

NATION RECORDS
17 Cups: Spain, last 2019
12 Cups: Portugal, last 2017
10 Cups: Italy, last 2012