Level evening yesterday afternoon at the Olave. The three Alaveses that premiered with the professionals played face to face with the champions of the world.
Nearly a thousand people saw two world champions, Enbil and Egiguren, two consolidated stars of the sport, and the French Basque Olha, combining perfectly with the three alaveses players who will leave in two weeks for Mexico, where , After 21 years, the fronton of DF will return to dress their galas with three new Alava professionals on their payroll.
As a farewell and to celebrate his entry with the professionals, the club Gasteiz Jaii Alai, the FAPV, colleagues and fans in general wanted to be present at the Festival yesterday.
The six big players disputed a quiniela to close the act, a pool to 25 so much in which Egiguren and Ekhi arrived at the end in the first place. They scored 25 points for the 17-pair Olha-Julen del Rio and 16 Aaron-Enbil. Egiguren 's shots and his class, Ekhi' s safety and positioning, in a big way, meant they were going to be a few meters ahead of the rest of the pair.
To emphasize the imaginative game of Olha, very well accompanied by Del Rio, possessor of a right that does much damage. The young Aaron, only 17 years old broke the helmet in a serious crash, where I point out details of class and future, not dissonant and showed what it can become if it maintains progression and dedication.
In short, a good meeting with friends and people of the cesta punta alavesa.
A further two pools were held in front of the pros. In the first they had their opportunity the youngest of the club. The boys and girls of the school of Gasteiz Jai Alai and in between showed their weapons the senior puntistas. Here, in a very disputed pool, won the duo Leo-Zarandona. A former professional retired just a couple of years ago, he has taken up Jai Alai again and that, physically remains fine and rocky. Zarandona is part of a long and extensive saga of puntistas, the grandfather was professional and the grandson preceded to the father in the quniela of the smallest. Behind the winners were Ganboa and Ekhi and in third place Jose and Julen del Rio very close.