The match between the senior male of the first national Dénia Básquet and Altea was from the beginning a pulse between the two teams trying to impose the rhythm of the game that suited them best. The home team sought to take advantage of their superior inner game, while the Dianenses tried to speed up the match to avoid congestion in the areas.
This caused a first half with a lot of scoring (43-45), after Bernardo Sanz's men recovered a first advantage of ten points obtained by the locals.
As soon as the second half started, Altea regained that same advantage, taking advantage of the only moments of doubt from their rivals throughout the game.
However, the team managed to take the step forward that has been requested in almost all the outings carried out this season. He relied on his best weapons, worked together on both sides of the field and returned to equalize the game when he entered the final stretch of the same.
Several offensive rebounds from the locals, together with their success in the outside shot, ended up deciding the game on the local side. But what is undoubted is that despite the defeat of Dénia Básquet, who pass for being the youngest squad in the category, they reach the decisive moment of the season showing that they are learning to compete, which will be crucial on the way to the permanence.
Regional female senior: DBC 64-66 NB Alcoi
The second day of the Autonomous League with the promotion to National at stake, the Dianenses faced at home the favorites of the group, Mutua Levante NB Alcoi.
The players of Juan Luis Pérez They sold their defeat dearly by making their rival play at their best level to win the match.
The greater experience and physical power of the visitors that had led him to send to rest, despite local resistance in the first half, was joined at the start of the third period by the hit from the triple to break the match with an advantage that it reached twenty points.
From there until the end they fought and worked to the maximum looking for a comeback, but NB Alcoi knew how to maintain their dominance, deservingly winning the victory.
Senior male first zone: DBC 63-51 Xàtiva
Dénia Básquet ends the first round of the league in second position in the standings, after its victory on the last day against Xàtiva in Joan Fuster.
The game was not brilliant as it took both teams a lot of effort to refine their aim and the pace of the game was slow. The best moment for Carlos Vila's team came just when, after dominating from the beginning always with short advantages, the visitors took the lead midway through the third period. Driven by their success from the perimeter, they regained the lead on the scoreboard, and then they knew how to withstand the final reaction of the visitors to win an important victory.
Now the teams will be divided into two groups. The first seven will fight for the two promotion places to Preferential arranged by the FBCV and the remaining seven for permanence.
A single-round league will be played, respecting the playing field that would have corresponded had the league been able to continue normally. In this way dates are shortened but options are not reduced to any team in the pursuit of its objectives.
Therefore, for this second part of the competition, the results of the matches played against the teams classified in the same court are dragged.