The split tournament hosted by the Split Sea Wolves is one of the international stages facing the 65ers this season, with the Champions Cup finals taking place in Croatia, following the Italian Championship.
After finishing second in Lausanne, the Arona 65ers recorded their first international victory in Croatia on Easter Day, with a two-point defeat in the final.
The tournament is in Croatia
The split tournament hosted by the Split Sea Wolves is one of the international stages facing the 65ers this season, with the Champions Cup finals taking place in Croatia, following the Italian Championship. In October, Aronis aims to improve its fifth position in Europe in Istria.
In the split, the news sets a winning march for White-Orange: six games, six wins. 19 teams, including the champions of Croatia and Slovenia, took part in the opening match of the tournament.
In the qualifying round, they beat the Dutch, Danes and Irish, and in the quarter-finals, Andres Mongiello converted a two-point draw to make it 21-20.
In the semi-finals, the tough Slovenes from Ljubljana presented themselves against the 65’s, and the Frogs doubled their lead, but Aronius put high gears below thirteen points, ending another game with a heartbeat again at 21-20.
The final was a re-enactment of the challenge against Slovenia’s No. 1 seed Kranzczyk Jazzbessi in the Champions Cup, this time with 65 men, at least in terms of personalities, starting with the right concentration and qualification. A European final: they went 20 to 0, controlled the game until the end, and won 27 to 13.
The victory in Croatia will allow 65 players to fly to Copenhagen for the right reasons, and on the weekends of May 14th and 15th they will play on Danish soil with the Iron Group, but the anger of the Piedmontese boys gives hope for another major outcome.
In addition to the hero of the quarter-finals, Mongiello, the performances of Emanuel Mousselli and Omar Passera proved to be an outstanding performance for the Aronis patrolling, as well as the team’s director. As a coach.
“After the Copenhagen tournament, the Italian championship will also start, where our players will retain the title in office and, in short, an impressive season that started in the best possible way”. Manager Ricardo Robechi comments.
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