The Super Amara Bera Bera wins its seventh Copa de la Reina


The Super Amara Bera Bera has won the XLIV Handball Queen’s Cup, four years after lifting its last cup title, after beating KH-7 Granollers (31-25) in the final this Sunday at the Martín Carpena Sports Palace from Malaga.

In this way, the San Sebastian team, in which the Brazilian goalkeeper Alice Fernandes was awarded the MVP of the match, adds its seventh Cup, becoming the second most successful team in the competition.

The women from Valles, who were participating in their first cup final, began dominating thanks to the good performance of Ona Vegué and Nicole Wiggins (2-4, minute 8), and they knew how to stop Paula Arcos and Anne Erauskin in the first section.

However, Bera Bera turned up the intensity to turn the game around (10-6) and leave with five goals ahead at halftime (16-11), which was reached with a goal from Mariane Fernandes with three seconds to go. .

At the restart, the Basque team managed their income and forced Robert Cuesta’s team to work hard. With the exclusion of Mariane Fernandes, Granollers got back into the game (24-21), a mirage that disappeared as soon as Bera Bera pressed a little.