Celtic Castilla and Rupe Sahagún ?? A ?? still with many promotion options
The Tetuan teams went to the Easter break with more lights than shadows, after a March that has served to decide in many cases where each team will fight, despite the fact that there are still two months to go before the end of the competition.
In the First Regional, Celtic Castilla still having a great season, after almost two-thirds of competition. Now he occupies third place with 23 points in 11 games played, tied on points with Unión Adarve ‘B’, second, and that marks the promotion. Celtic have finished March with tremendous consistency and are already a strong contender. There are eight finals left for the team led by Javi Romero, who can mark a milestone for the club.
In Regional Second, Alonso Cano He has made an impressive last section, occupying fifth position with 21 points, three from the ascent. The last leg of the competition will mark if they are able to fight to the end for promotion, which would be historic for the club. Everything will depend on whether his best player, Toni Autonell, continues his scoring streak, being his greatest reference and one of the players who has given him that leap in quality this year.
The other set of Second, the Inter del Pilar, still in free fall. A bad month has placed him in relegation places, two points from salvation and he will have to fight a lot to get out of the well. The interista team, which competes well, is weighing down the details, both defensive errors and not being able to materialize the chances generated. Hopefully they can get out of that situation, because it would be sad if the club found their bones again in Third, after the great work done in these two years.
In Third Regional, in Group 6, the Espanyol of Madrid occupies position 14, and goes up some rung. The team led by Enrique Morcillo has improved in recent days, with some meritorious results, and in large part it is due to the fact that it has returned to its fiefdom, the San Federico field, which is reflected in the game.
In this same group, the other tetuanero team is the Rupe Sahagún ‘A’, which ranks second and is in promotion positions alongside At. Santa Ana, with whom he has opened a gap of six points with respect to the third classified, which can be almost definitive. It would also be something historical if, in their first participation, the team achieved promotion, although in reality it was the goal set by the club, which has built a great team and invested a lot in the project.
The Rupe Sahagún ‘B’, Enrolled in Group Five of Third, he ranks 11th, deflating in this last stretch of competition suddenly. By last, the Rupe ‘C’, framed in Group Seven, he continues to occupy the group’s red lantern, without yet scoring any points in the competition.