Three teams take a solid lead in the Quarter-finals

The first 50 minutes of the Quarter Finals showed three teams that have already acquired a solid lead. The balance, however, was seen between Vila-Sana and Martinelia Manlleu, when the home team managed to take the lead 3-0 with goals from the expert Barcons, Agudo and Porta but in the following minutes, Manlleu managed to reduce the difference, thanks to two goals from 16-year-old Codinach. The return in two weeks will be equally balanced and Vila-Sana has a slight advantage that he will have to manage to catch their first semifinal. The other top teams classified in groups A, C and D won their first match at the home of the runners-up in groups B, C and D. Generali Palau won 3-1 at Liceo, well-thirsty in defense despite the great attack of the last European Champions (goals for the internationals Colomer, Puigdueta and Florenza). Benfica prevailed 9-4 at the home of the Italian Valdagno, but at a certain moment in the game, the result was reduced to 4-5, thanks to the return of the hosts with the top scorer Tamiozzo (hat-trick). However, the two international Portuguese Sousa e Silva have signed the new and definitive extended play (poker of goals for both). Quite a large result for TeleCable Gijon who won at Cerdanyola Fenie Energia 7-1 where once again Sara Roces (hat-trick) scored the most goals together with Almeida (twice). It’s a tight fight at the top of the scorer’s chart between Sara Roces with 17 goals and Marlene Sousa with 14 goals.
Appointment in 14 days for the 2nd leg and the definition of the four finalists who will take part in the Final Four on April 29-30.

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WSE Champions League Women – Quarter-finals – 1st leg – 1st April 2023

Saturday 1st April 2023 h 17:00 (CEST) – 16:00 (GMT+1) – H.C. Liceo (Spain) x Generali H.C. Palau Plegamans (Spain) = 1-3 (1-2, 0-1)
Liceo: Caretta, Gaete, Sanjurjo, Garrote, Rubio – Paz (C), Yanez, Diz, Martin, Escalas
Generali Palau: Vicente L, Busquets, Puigdueta (C), Colomer, Florenza – Fontdegloria, Vicente G, Blackman, Juan, Sapena – Cacch: Sanz
Scorers: 1st: 9’57” Puigdueta (PAL), 17’36” Garrote (dir.shot) (LIC), 19’00” Fontdegloria (PAL) – 2nd: 13’54” Florenza (PAL)
Penalties: 1st: 17’36” Juan (2′) (PAL)
Referees: Silvia Coelho (Portugal) and Pedro Silva (Portugal)

Saturday 1st April 2023 h 18:30 (CEST) – 17:30 (GMT+1) – Cerdanyola C.H. Fenie Energia (Spain) x TeleCable Gijon H.C. (Spain) = 1-7 (0-4, 1-3)
Cerdanyola Fenie Energia: Suros, Sole (C), Ferron, Valverde, Castro C – Crespo, Rubio, Carranza, Carrion, Martin – Coach: Mateu
Telecable Gijon: Hidalgo, Piquero, Gonzalez R, Roces, Ferreira – Almeida, Lolo (C), Lee – Coach: Peralta
Scorers: 1st: 8’39” Almeida (GIJ), 9’37” Roces (GIJ), 21’11” Piquero (GIJ), 22’22” Lee (GIJ) – 2nd: 0’45” Roces (GIJ), 17’03” Roces (GIJ), 18’56” Almeida (GIJ), 20’59” Sole (CER)
Penalties: 2nd: 13’59” Gonzalez (2′) (GIJ)
Referees: Nuno Melo (France) and Torsten Flossel (Germany)

Saturday 1st April 2023 h 18:00 (CEST) – 17:00 (GMT+1) – Hockey Club Valdagno (Italy) x S.L. Benfica (Portugal) = 4-9 (2-5, 2-4)
Valdagno: Parlato, Cerato, Lorenzato, Tamiozzo (C), Rossetto – Orsato, Bertinato, Cestonaro, Rubega, Rossato – Coach: Randon
Benfica: Benfeitas, Figueiredo, Silva, Santos, Sousa (C) – Flores, Ramos, Severino, Balmaceda – Coach: Almeida
Scorers: 1st: 2’04” Sousa (SLB), 4’54” Sousa (SLB), 5’25” Silva (SLB), 8’25 “Santos (SLB), 9’26” Santos (SLB), 22’26” Tamiozzo (VAL), 24’41” Tamiozzo (pen.shot) (VAL) – 2nd: 4’19” Tamiozzo (VAL), 11’09” Bertinato (VAL), 15’12” Silva (SLB), 17’42” Silva (SLB), 17’58” Silva (SLB), 18’07” Sousa (dir.shot) (SLB)
Penalties: 2nd: 4’19” Silva (2′) (SLB), 18’07” Cestonaro (2′) (VAL)
Referees: David Godia (Spain) and Gerard Gorina (Spain)

Saturday 1st April 2023 h 19:00 (CEST) – 18:00 (GMT+1) – C.P. Vila-sana (Spain) x Martinelia C.P. Manlleu (Spain) = 3-2 (3-1, 0-1)
Vila-Sana: Bento, Barcons, Fernandez J, Agudo, Porta V – Porta M (C), Fernandez V, Silva D, Figuerola, Salvat – Coach: Rodero
Martinelia Manlleu: Alonso, Comas, Castellvi, Gurri (C), Bullò – Codinach, Canal, Garciolo, Iglesias – Coach: Boada
Scorers: 1st: 2’03” Barcons (VIL), 3’03” Agudo (PP) (VIL), 3’16” Porta V (VIL), 12’25” Codinach (CPM) – 2nd: 10’38” Codinach (CPM)
Penalties: 1st: 17’52” Codinach (2′) (CPM)
Referees: Matteo Galoppi (Italy) and Franco Ferrari (Italy)

2nd leg 15/4/2023
Quarterfinal #4 – Saturday 15th April 2023 – h 13:00 (GMT+1) 14:00 (CEST)  – S.L. Benfica (Portugal) x H.C. Valdagno (Italy) – LIVE STREAMING WSETV | LIVE Benfica TV
Quarterfinal #3 – Saturday 15th April 2023 – h 17:00 (CEST) 16:00 (GMT+1) – Martinelia C.P. Manlleu (Spain) x C.P. Vila-sana (Spain) – LIVE STREAMING WSETV | Live Esport3
Quarterfinal #1 – Saturday 15th April 2023 – h 18:00 (CEST) 17:00 (GMT+1) – Generali H.C. Palau (Spain) x H.C. Liceo (Spain)- LIVE STREAMING WSETV
Quarterfinal #2 – Saturday 15th April 2023 – h 19:00 (CEST) 18:00 (GMT+1) – Telecable Gijon H.C. (Spain) x Cerdanyola Fenie Energia (Spain) – LIVE STREAMING WSETV

Final Four – 29-30/4/2023
Semifinal #1 – Winner Quaterfinal #1 x Winner Quaterfinal #2
Semifinal #2 – Winner Quaterfinal #3 x Winner Quaterfinal #4
Final – Winner Semifinal #1 x Winner Semifinal #2

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