Palencia hosts the VI Regional Championship of Adapted Paddle - CyL Adapted Sport

  • Twelve teams and almost thirty players participate this Sunday, October 2, in the regional competition in the Eras de Santa Marina

  • CD San ​​Cebrián will act as local with paddlers Alejandro Matesanz and Fernando Lagunilla

Official poster of the Regional Padel Championship. FEDEACYL

Palencia has become one of the meccas for adapted paddle tennis in Castilla y León. The work carried out in the local school, as well as the commitment of the San Cebrián Sports Club, has been one of the reasons for the development of this practice in Castilla y León.

Hence this Sunday, October 2the Palencia capital of the relay to Valladolid and host the sixth edition of the Regional Adapted Paddle Championship, organized by the Federation of Adapted Sports of Castilla y León (Fedeacyl).

The regional competition will feature twelve teams from six different clubs: the Adas Salamanca, Aviva Salamanca, Asprona Bierzo, CD Duero Valladolid, CD Duero Zamora and CD San ​​Cebrián from Palencia.

VI Regional Padel Championship

The appointment of tracks of the Eras de Santa Marina, which will begin at 10:30 a.m.will be divided into three tables: level I, level II and mixed level II.

In the case of the First Division, the championship system will have a group stage, with two draws, and the best will meet in the final starting at 1:00 p.m. The local couple, formed by Alejandro Matesanz and Fernando Lagunillawill open the Championship against the Aviva Salamanca duo (10:30 am) in group 1. It will be at 11:30 am when they play their second and final match against CD Duero Zamora.

The Second Division, both in its men's and mixed teams, will consist of a single phase in a league format, and will begin at 10:30 am and will conclude in both cases with the last match at 12:30 pm.

The Fedeacyl competition has the support of the Padel Federation of Castilla y León, the Municipal Sports Board of Palencia and Full Inclusion Castilla y León