Alberdi will play in the 2023 NBA
The Minister of Sports, Cynthia Ramirez, announced the participation of “Azzurra” in the national competition, using the Gibo field, which will play this season in the Argentine league. The Villa Mercedes team has already started planning for the competition that will start in January 2023.
It looked like one more night of the Regional Basketball Championship, on one side, Alberdi, and on the other, Guay Curio metering themselves at Martin Crespo Holman, but emotions were building and more surprises turned into a historic Thursday for the championship. Basketball for the county.
After the first two quarters, and with a slight advantage for Mercedino, the U15 team took to the field to receive the support of their people, two hours before traveling to play the 32nd Final of the NBA. It happened in Chaco.
A club standard such as Sergio Dacona took charge and advised, as he did for many years on the substitute bench with all classes of the club, to the surprised youngsters who watched the stadium applaud them. But the emotions were just beginning.
“I want to congratulate the Bardi boys and wish them all the best at Chaco, from the Sports Secretariat we have worked on so that they can travel in peace and enjoy this historic example of the county,” he began by mentioning the Head of Sports, Cynthia Ramirez.
He announced: “We also want to tell you some good news, since GEPU will compete next season in the Argentine League, the provincial government has decided to buy a place for Alberdi to play the Federal League starting in 2023.”
It wasn’t long ago that the ovation came and passion invaded every corner of MCH. The club’s president, Sergio Villegas, thanked the announcement and confirmed that work would begin immediately on the Alberdi 2023 project.
Everything was magical, from the smile of fan #1, Mr Ferrer, to the joy of “Mate”, everyone’s friend at Belgrano Street Club, and the applause of the players and fans who came for just one night. More than basketball and ended up being part of a historic day for the county’s orange ball sport.
As a decoration on the cake, those led by Renzo Sordi won a tight match against the “Indians” and now everything is the hope of the Alberdi family.
Note and photos: Sports Press Secretariat.