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26.04.2010 11:00

No weekend woes for Barca!

Roger Bogunyà

It’s been a great weekend for the Club, with the football, basketball and handball teams, plus the football reserve team, all well on the way to achieving their pre-season targets.

The football team’s 3-1 defeat of Jerez keeps Barca at the top of the Spanish league with just four more games to play. However, there were similar positive results for a number of the Club’s other sections.

Regal Barca

REGAL-UNICAJA-10.jpgThe basketball team pulled off a vital 84-74 victory against Unicaja to mathematically clinch the regular phase of the league. They have two more games to go before the Paris Final Four but the fact is that they are already guaranteed a place in the play-offs for the ACB title.

Barca Borges

2010-04-25_FCB_BORGES_-_MKB_VESZPREM_025.jpgMeanwhile, the handball team beat Veszprem in the first leg of the Champions League quarterfinals by 33 to 27. Though the six-goal lead doesn’t guarantee a place in the semis, a place in the Final Four in Cologne looks ever nearer.

Barca Atletic

2010-04-25_BARCELONA_B_04.JPGAnd there was great news also from the football reserves. Barca Atletic beat local rivals Terrassa 0-1 and have clinched a place in the play-offs for promotion to Second Division A. With two games remaining, the team managed by Luis Enrique will be aiming to hang on to second place. While they cannot finish first they could still slip down to fourth.
No weekend woes for Barca!
Hockey and futsal
There was also plenty of good news from some of the other sports sections. The hockey team won at Blanes and continue their intense struggle with Coinasa Liceu, who currently top the table. The futsal team also won and are fourth with one more match to come in the regular phase. A top-four finish would mean they would go into the playoffs as one of the seeded teams.

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