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The team of Madrid champion of the Spanish Championship of FFAA Absolute Masculine 2022 after defeating the combined defending


The team of Madrid champion of the Spanish Championship of FFAA Absolute Masculine 2022 after defeating the combined defending champion, Andalusia, by a clear score from 4.5 to 2.5.

The final match of this tournament began with a face for the people of Madrid when they signed up for the two Foursomes matches. Alvaro Portillo and louis masaveu got the first point for Madrid after defeating Angel Ayora and Alvaro Mueller-Baumgart by a score of 3 and 1. And Pablo Ereño and Alexander Aguilera achieved the same result (3 and 1), but with a little more opposition from the Andalusian couple, made up of Gonzalo Leal and Rocco-Paolo Repetto.

In this way, the final was set for the team from Madrid, in the absence of individuals. And in the first game, the Madrid team took an almost giant step towards the title with the victory of louis masaveu in view of Angel Ayora by a convincing 6 and 4.

But the Andalusians did not throw in the towel at any time and the following victories of Rocco Poalo Repetto and Pedro Marin before Alvaro Portillo and Pablo Erenor, respectively, with identical scores of 1 Up, they gave excitement to the final, until Sergio Jimenez gave the final point for Madrid by beating Alvaro Mueller-Baumgartalso for 1 Up.

In this way Madrid, was placed with 4-2 on the scoreboard and the match between Alexander Aguilera and Gonzalo Leal It would no longer have an impact on the final result and perhaps for this reason, they ended up tied.

With this win, Madrid takes revenge from last year, when he fell to Andalusia after some exciting and at times epic clashes that ended with the Andalusians winning 4-3 in a final game that had to be extended by an extra hole.

The rest of the matches of this Absolute Masculine Armed Forces Spanish Championship configured the final classification, which has been left with the Valencian Community third; Catalonia, fourth; Basque Country, fifth; Castilla La Mancha, sixth; Principality of Asturias, seventh and Castilla and León, eighth.