Basketball, rugby and volleyball tournaments, no action

    Basketball, rugby and volleyball tournaments, no action

    This weekend the local league basketball and metropolitan rugby championships will open their seasons. But as a result of the growth of Covid-19 infections in the region, the last few days led the authorities to postpone them for a week. This measure also took the Metropolitan Federation of Vley (FMV), which stops its competitions until next May.

    The expected return of the training divisions of the Zrate-Campana Association (ABZC) was suspended, then the entity would communicate: Due to the notorious growth of Covid-19 cases in various locations that the Association houses, it was determined not to start the tournament this purpose of week. We will evaluate if we can do it next week or how the health issue continues.

    Pilar’s representatives in the ABZC are Atltico, Pearol, Presidente Derqui and Sportivo. However, even before the DNU of the national government, the Association decided not to schedule the 1 date and to meet again next week to analyze what the new determinations will be.

    last game
    Unin de Del Viso was on Wednesday night the last privileged to play an official match of the FMV for the Men’s Third Division.

    Tatengue lost 3-1 to Centro Asturiano and could not count on their coach, Lucas Torres, isolated due to close contact with a positive case of coronavirus.

    Then came the determination of the FMV, which postponed all its activities until April 30 inclusive.

    This indicates that the Metro, where the local clubs Sinergia, Derqui, Unin and Cooperativa de Tortuguitas are active, will not have competitions in any category until May.

    Due to the facts of public knowledge and the announcement by the national government regarding the prohibition of sports practice in closed spaces, all official activity of the Metropolitan Federation of Volleyball will be suspended from Thursday 8/4 to Friday 30/4. even published the FMV.

    Rugby waits 7 days
    After the new sanitary measures given by the national government, the Board of Directors of the Union of Buenos Aires decided to postpone the start of the season for 7 days.

    This Saturday started the action of First A, B, C and Second, but everything will happen for April 17, along with the Top 12.

    There are several factors, rugby can play is a federated outdoor amateur sport. The issue is adjusting strict non-public protocols and other issues. In addition, we want to have everything clear for DNU, said Patrick Campbell in a talk with A Pleno Rugby.

    Except for some more complex health situation, they would all start on the 17th, added the URBA secretary.

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