Young athletes from Malalhue participated in professional basketball figures in the Chile Cup – Diario Lanco
The activity is framed within the primary objectives of Malalhue School of Basketball.
The Malalhue Basketball School, headed by former professional Tony Bishop and as school coordinator, has established physical education teacher Carlos Matamala Molina, within the initial training work to be present at a professional basketball game. Cuba Chile.
The initiative, which received direct support from Cran Chile, also allowed it to engage with professionals and receive recognition from basketball personalities and the audience attending the game.
The children who enjoyed this special moment belonged to the age group of 6-12, who came to the Valdivia Municipal Amphitheater to watch the sports match between Club Deportes Valdivia (CDV) and the Castro city team.
For Professor Calos Matamala, it was a unique moment, as the children were greeted by CDV directors and Cran Chile’s representative, “The players were heated up, the show and everything related to the professional match witnessed, meanwhile, the Malalhue boys and girls were named one by one by the spokespersons and invited to enter the field with applause from the assistants. “,” Malalhue School Basketball Coordinator said.