The senior women's team Dénia Básquet he said goodbye to the Regular League with two defeats. The first was against CB Escolapias by 71 at 55, the second was against Valencia Básket by 21 at 79.
Against the collegiate team again had to dip into the junior team players. The dianenses again showed that they are closer to what it seems to have teams with more experience, although it is true that their players still lack work to achieve the victory prize.
The most positive thing is that little by little they find their own identity to consolidate as a team, which will make the positive results come to fruition. In this clash, the strong departure of the locals in a court of small dimensions in which they move like fish in the water forged a difference that remained afterwards throughout the game, and it was not possible to reverse it. The girls who train Ferrán García were trying until the end to overcome the clash, forcing their rival to play at its maximum level until the last minute.
In the match against the leader, Valencia Básket, there were no options at all. The Valencians needed the victory to consolidate the first place and access the qualifying rounds to National with better options.
The departure of the locals, without the necessary concentration, made them give too much home advantage and then lose all the confidence gained in the previous weeks by finding a lot of difficulty to score against the physical inferiority they found on the court.
In summary, for the Dénia Básquet it has been a very demanding second phase for a very young group that lost units and had to reinvent itself with many limitations at the time of training. The most positive thing is that, despite the difficulties, the team has been able to compete more and better against more veteran teams and showing that they have enough talent to move at this level of the competition.