Lleida-Sarzana, the final of 39th WS Europe Cup of Rink Hockey

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Lleida will defend the title conquered last year after the victory after Voltregà. The challenger will be the youngest team of the Final Four, Sarzana. The final of WS Europe Cup will start tomorrow at 19.00, live TV on Esport3 and in web streaming on www.cers-rinkhockey.tv

The italian derby has been decided only in the overtimes with an outstanding force of the “red and black” team, thanks to the goals of the argentine players Francisco Ipinazar and Danilo Rampulla in 1 minute in the 1st overtime. If Lleida is the second consecutive time in a Final, for Sarzana is the first european final, after the first final on Italy Cup in February. 
The catalan derby was dominated from the home team of Lleida. Great physical performance for the team of Alberto Folguera from the start of the game: the goals arrived in the end of the first period with Jordi Creus and Cesar Candanedo. Voltregà halved the gap with Molas but in the start of the second period, Maxi Oruste scored again for the 3-1 and then in the final minutes the scores growth to 5-2 (2 goals of Oruste and 2 goal for Creus)

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)

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)

NATION RECORDS
16 Cups: Spain, last 2018
12 Cups: Portugal, last 2017
10 Cups: Italy, last 2012