The finals of the Copa Cañuelas Tierra de Oportunidades took place on Wednesday, at La Dolfina. The tournament showcased ten teams up to 26 goals, featuring many high goal players, including the four members of La Dolfina as well as a large number of those who usually play the Argentine Open.

 

The clash of father and son – Adolfo Cambiaso vs. his son, Poroto, gave a lot of extra spice to the championship match. The winning lineup, Oriental, had also Cambiaso’s La Dolfina team mate, Pelon Stirling, Valiente’s manager, Robert Zedda, and  Santiago Toccalino. Oriental claimed the title following a 10-7 win over La Dolfina.

 

FINAL COPA CAÑUELAS TIERRA DE OPORTUNIDADES: ORIENTAL 10-7 LA DOLFINA

La Dolfina: Santos Merlos 1, Juan Britos 8, Gastón Urturi 6, Adolfo Cambiaso 10. Total: 25.

Oriental: Poroto Cambiaso 3, Robert Zedda 3, Pelon Stirling 10, Santiago Toccalino 9. Total: 25.

BPP: Oriental Pasiva. Played by Pelon Stirling.

BPP por la AACCP: Oro Cañita Voladora (Dolfina Cuarteto x Chapaleufu Caradura). Owners: Federico Pasquini and El Indio Muerto SA. Breeder: El Indio Muerto SA. Player: Adolfo Cambiaso.

 

The other results of the final matchday were the following:

Trenque Lauquen 5-6 La Irenita

El Overo 12-9 La Matera

Chapa 9-4 La Liguria

La Morenita 4-5 La Aguada

 

THE REMAINING PARTICIPATING TEAMS:

La Matera: Federico Fariña 2, Guillermo Terrera 8, Gringo Colombres 7, Ignacio Novillo Astrada 9. Total: 26.

El Overo: Lukitas Monteverde 2, Cubi Toccalino 8, Sebastián Merlos 8, Tomás García del Río 7. Total: 25.

La Morenita: Mackenzie Weisz 3, Valentín Novillo Astrada 6, Diego Cavanagh 8, Ignacio Lalor 6. Total: 23.

La Aguada: Kristos Magrini 1, Matias Torres Zavaleta 7, Miguel Novillo Astrada 8, Juan Martín Zubía 8. Total: 24.

Trenque Lauquen: Vizcacha Mac Donough 1, Facundo Castagnola 5, Gallego Martínez Ferrario 8, Juan Martín Nero 10. Total: 24.

La Irenita: Ignacio Alberbide 3, Vizcacha Benoit 6, Santiago Loza 7, Matías Mac Donough 8. Total: 24.

Chapa: Antonio Heguy 2, Alfredo Bigatti 8, Jero Del Carril 7, Ruso Heguy 7. Total: 24.

La Liguria: Cruz Heguy 3, Juan Jauretche 6, Pablo Mac Donough 10, Milo Fernández Araujo 5. Total: 24.

 

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