Pistoia Hockey Club received from the Federation the task of organizing the finals at the Estraforum in Prato
grab a title Italian women’s hockey champion. The Italian Field Hockey Federation awarded an awardPistoia Hockey Club The organization of this event at the highest national level, is a great testament to the confidence in the Orange company. “This tournament – as the orange team boss says – is an opportunity we have been looking for Promote and show women’s hockey In our area, I say this because it will run inEstraforum di Prato It is however very close to our city. We are a bit unfortunate because having to follow the anti-Covid rules, access to the factory will be very limited, so the places to see and learn about this sport are really limited.”
“It was our intention Show hockey by girls: Athletes make up for less power with versatility and technology that shows determination and game the men’s teams unenviable. Proof of this is the fact that Globally, field hockey is a very popular sport for women, in the Anglo-Saxon world, it is an essential sport in locomotor activity and its rules, contrary to popular belief, on speed in the game and dexterity and the prohibition of contact between athletes mean that boys and girls can play together have distinct advantages in sociability. It will also be an opportunity for Our women’s group to be able to learn some “tech secrets” By the most talented players, waiting for the number of registered players to increase.”
On the weekend of February 5-6, we will be able to see the companies at the highest levels of Italian women’s hockey: HF Lorenzoni di Bra, Hockey Milan, Butterfly Rome and Cus Pisa. Expectations are skewed towards the final between Lorenzoni and Cos Pisa, but this is not certain, sometimes playing in a one-off match changes the balance. With directors and fans, we organize to make sure everything goes well, to the satisfaction of the participating companies, and repays the trust given by the union.
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