San Isidro is aiming for its 10th consecutive win

San Isidro is aiming for its 10th consecutive win

On Wednesday at 9:00 pm, San Isidro will play again at the “Severo Robledo” stadium, as part of the continuation of the Northern Conference of the Argentine Basketball League, seeking a victory that will allow it to continue to lead. This time you will play the reception of visiting Montmartre from Catamarca.

The San Francisco team did almost perfect in terms of results, which is why it is in the top positions, with the best percentage, adding 11 wins and 1 loss to what was played.

For today’s match, the special feature is that they can reach their 10th win in a row, something that would be a record for Los Halcones, other than the fact that a win would help them continue to cement themselves in the table.

San Isidro is known to be a team that tries to set its pace in every game. Physically, he starts laying the foundation which he later ends up bolstering with the good performances he had.

Perhaps the heat is a deciding factor at this time of the year, although last Sunday when he had to play at home and the heat sensation inside “Severo Robledo” was about 40 degrees Celsius, he managed to overcome it and took the victory without major problems against Echagüe from Parana.

The service competitor, one of the new competitors in the category, comes with a handful of matches this season. To date he is one of those who have played the fewest, with 9 presentations, with 6 wins and 3 losses.

In his last match he lost at home to Colón de Santa Fe and he is now on the road to try to win back the ground, of course it will not be an easy task because after passing through San Francisco he will appear in Cordoba against Barrio Parque, those who rule the area.

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My club, my home

On Wednesday 30th, the club informed that it will be offering tributes to former players of our organisation, under the ‘My Club My House’ programme.

Osvaldo Actis, Franco Prelazzi, Jorge Torriano, Martin Müller, Eduardo Bellingini, Bruno Barovero, German Fasetta, Agustín Lozano, German Ruffino, Lucio Bustos, German Ciotto and Franco Migliori will receive their well-deserved recognition.

On Wednesday at 9:00 pm, San Isidro will play again at the “Severo Robledo” stadium, as part of the continuation of the Northern Conference of the Argentine Basketball League, seeking a victory that will allow it to continue to lead. This time you will play the reception of visiting Montmartre from Catamarca.

The San Francisco team did almost perfect in terms of results, which is why it is in the top positions, with the best percentage, adding 11 wins and 1 loss to what was played.

For today’s match, the special feature is that they can reach their 10th win in a row, something that would be a record for Los Halcones, other than the fact that a win would help them continue to cement themselves in the table.

San Isidro is known to be a team that tries to set its pace in every game. Physically, he starts laying the foundation which he later ends up bolstering with the good performances he had.

Perhaps the heat is a deciding factor at this time of the year, although last Sunday when he had to play at home and the heat sensation inside “Severo Robledo” was about 40 degrees Celsius, he managed to overcome it and took the victory without major problems against Echagüe from Parana.

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The service competitor, one of the new competitors in the category, comes with a handful of matches this season. So far he is one of those who have played the fewest, with 9 presentations, with 6 wins and 3 losses.

In his last match he lost at home to Colón de Santa Fe and he is now on the road to try to win back the ground, of course it will not be an easy task because after passing through San Francisco he will appear in Cordoba against Barrio Parque, those who rule the area.

My club, my home

On Wednesday 30th, the club informed that it will be offering tributes to former players of our organisation, under the ‘My Club My House’ programme.

Osvaldo Actis, Franco Prelazzi, Jorge Torriano, Martin Müller, Eduardo Bellingini, Bruno Barovero, German Fasetta, Agustín Lozano, German Ruffino, Lucio Bustos, German Ciotto and Franco Migliori will receive their well-deserved recognition.

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