Pi and Enith: Valencia’s goal is only 20 years old on average

first_imgValencia’s goal has a great future ahead. Between their two goalkeepers they have an average age of 20 years. María Pi, 22, and Enith Salón, 18, They were vying for ownership after the Dutch Jennifer Vreugdenhil’s farewell in the past winter market.The Netherlands goalkeeper, international U-23, had renewed last summer with the Valencian team for another year, until June 2020. It was his third season at Paterna, being one of the pillars of the team. Nevertheless, the low performance and the lack of involvement with the group made Irene Ferreras begin to opt for the youth teams as starters. So his dismissal was decided, to give the alternative to the players of the house. The goalkeeper left Valencia with 68 games played in Primera Iberdrola and three in the Copa de la Reina. Enith Salón, despite being the youngest, had already debuted last year, playing 33 minutes against Logroño. She was also the first to have a chance this season, in September 2019. Moncada’s team has played a total of five games, conceding six goals. Of course, he left his goal to zero up to two times, reaching the U-19. MPi aria took longer to debut and it was not until December when the alternative came, with Ferreras still on the bench. Sagunto’s side has played a total of six games, also conceding six goals, one per match he has played, plus the Queen’s Cup match against Deportivo, which ended with a blushing win (7-2).last_img read more

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RAPHOE’S CHLOE MAGEE WINS FIRST EVER SENIOR WOMEN’S TOURNAMENT

first_imgCHLOE Magee is the toast of the county today after winning the Lithuanian International Open today – and winning the mixed doubles with her brother Sam as well!The brilliant Raphoe badmington star played an amazing 10 matches in just THREE days to claim both gold medals and it is now clear that the Donegal woman is on course for another Olympics….if she keeps playing like this.After victory in the mixed match final with Sam, Chloe came back from 4 game points down in the second set to beat Ingolfsdoitter to take the singles title which she so richly deserves. Afterwards, she said: “This has been an amazing week for me, I came here feeling very good and in good shape and to win both is just an unbelievable feeling.“I want to thank all my friends and family at home for their continued support and now I want to test myself at a higher level against better players at higher completion levels.”Chloe has been training in Dublin – and needs to stay in the top 60 to qualify for the London Olympics next year.“I am delighted to win my first title,” she added. “I’m feeling on top of the world.”RAPHOE’S CHLOE MAGEE WINS FIRST EVER SENIOR WOMEN’S TOURNAMENT was last modified: June 12th, 2011 by gregShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:badmingtonchampionchloe mageeRaphoelast_img read more

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