Ed­die's Fi­nal Whis­tle

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minute and that is how it stayed un­til the half time break. The se­cond half was more of the same but the game changed dra­mat­i­cally in the 58th minute when the Teruel goal­keeper, who had al­ready been booked in the 35th minute of the game, brought down an op­po­nent in­side his penalty area and was shown a se­cond yel­low. The re­serve keeper, Juan Manuel, mag­nif­i­cently saved the re­sult­ing penalty spot. Al­coy­ano, now play­ing with an ex­tra man, did not have things their own way and were for­tu­nate not to con­cede a se­cond goal. How­ever, on 65 min­utes, a div­ing header from Al­coy­ano for­ward Braulio lev­elled things up. CF Per­al­ada 0 – 1 Vil­lar­real CF B Vil­lar­real B stay in se­cond spot but close the gap on the league lead­ers, Her­cules; to just two points af­ter this away win against CF Per­al­ada, who af­ter this de­feat, stay in 19th po­si­tion with just five points. A 63rd minute goal from En­ric was enough to give the vis­i­tors all three points al­though it must be said that they were pit un­der a lot of pres­sure from the home side, who even mist a penalty in the first few min­utes. Nev­er­the­less, Vil­lar­real waited and played a counter at­tack­ing game, which proved fruit­ful for tham as they took all three points. UB Con­quense 1 – 1 Ontinyent CF Ontinyent could only man­age a 1-1 draw away from home this week, a re­sult that drops them into fourth po­si­tion with 12 points. Both goals ar­rived in the se­cond half with Ontinyent scor­ing first, af­ter 55 min­utes and the home side equal­is­ing in the 72nd minute of the game. Con­quense, who have started the sea­son very strongly but have wilted some­what over the weeks, are now down into 14th po­si­tion with eight points.

Non Va­len­cia based clubs FC Barcelona B 1 – 1 Atletico Baleares UE Olot 4 – 0 CF Badalona SD Ejea 0 – 0 CD Ebro CE Sabadell FC 3 – 2 RCD Es­pañol B Match day 8 – Oc­to­ber 14 Vil­lar­real CF B – UB Con­quense Ontinyent CF – FC Barcelona B Va­len­cia CF Mestalla – Her­cules CF Atletico Levante UD – CD Castel­lon UE Cor­nella – CD Al­coy­ano CD Teruel – SD Ejea CD Ebro – CE Sabadell FC RCD Es­pañol B – CF Per­al­ada Atletico Baleares – UE Olot CF Badalona – Lleida Es­portiu

3rd Di­vi­sion Al­though most of the top sides in this group man­aged to win at the week­end, it was cer­tainly not easy for them which demon­strates´ how close this group could be once again this sea­son. La Nu­cia, 1-0 win­ners at home against Elche Ilic­i­tano, stay at the top with 17 points are the only side still un­beaten this sea­son. Cre­vil­lente, who are the sur­prise side in this early part of the sea­son, move up into se­cond place af­ter their win against Alzira. They now have 16 points with CD Eldense in third po­si­tion on 15 points. The fi­nal side in the Play Off po­si­tion is Atletico Sa­guntino. They are level on points with Olimpic Xa­tiva and Jove Es­pañol. All three are on 13 points. At the foot of the ta­ble, we can find Silla CF who have just two points and are the only side un­able to record a win this sea­son. Once place above them are Paiporta CF with three points. They have been pushed into 19th po­si­tion by Pa­terna who move up into 18th place hav­ing recorded their first win of the sea­son against Paiporta at the week­end. Pa­terna have four points. Match day 7 –Oc­to­ber 7 Novelda CF 0 – 1 Vil­lar­real CF C CF La Nu­cia 1 – 0 Elche Ilic­i­tano CF CD Eldense 1 – 0 Ori­huela CF Atletico Sa­guntino 2 – 0 Silla CF CD Acero 0 – 0 CF Torre Levante FC Jove Es­pañol 2 – 0 UD Rayo Ibense Cre­vil­lente De­portivo 3 – 2 UD Alzira Pa­terna CF 1 – 0 Paiporta CF CD Roda 2 – 2 CD Olimpic Xa­tiva Atzeneta UE 1 – 1 CF Vil­a­marx­ant Match day 8 – Oc­to­ber 14 Vil­lar­real CF C – CD Acero Elche Ilic­i­tano CF – Novelda CF CD Eldense – CF La Nu­cia Silla CF – Ori­huela CF CF Torre Levante – FC Jove Es­pañol UD Rayo Ibense – CD Roda UD Alzira – Atzeneta UE Paiporta CF – Cre­vil­lente De­portivo CD Olimpic Xa­tiva – Pa­terna CF CF Vil­a­marx­ant – Atletico Sa­guntino

Re­gional Pref­er­ente Groups Group 1 Only CD Almazora, in se­cond place with 15 points, ap­pear able to stay in touch with the league lead­ers, CD Onda in this group. Onda have won all of their six matches played so far so have a max­i­mum of 18 points. CD Beni­carlo, in third po­si­tion, have 12 points whilst three sides – Pu­zol, Nules and Bur­ri­ana – are all on 11 points. CF Bor­riol are at the bot­tom of the ta­ble with just one point from their six matches played. Above them are Al­queries and Club Al­me­nara who are both on three points with Hu­ra­can and San Pe­dro (14th and 15th) on four points each. Match day 6 – Oc­to­ber 7 CD Castel­lon B 0 – 0 CF Sant Jordi CF Al­buix­ech 0 – 2 UD Vall de Uxo CF Nules 3 – 3 CD Ca­banes Club Al­me­nara Atletic 1 – 1 UD Pu­zol CD Bur­ri­ana 1 – 0 CF Rafalafena Castel­lon CD LA´ lcora 0 – 0 CF San Pe­dro CD Beni­carlo 3 – 1 Al­queries CF CF Bor­riol 1 – 5 CD Onda CD Almazora 2 – 0 CF Hu­ra­can Mon­cada Match day 7 –Oc­to­ber 14 CF Sant Jordi – CF Al­buix­ech UD Vall de Uxo – CF Nules CF Hu­ra­can Mon­cada – CD Ca­banes UD Pu­zol – CD Castel­lon B CF Rafalafena Castel­lon – Club Al­me­nara Atletic CF San Pe­dro – CD Beni­carlo Al­queries CF – CF Bor­riol CD Onda – CD Bur­ri­ana CD Almazora – CD LA´ lcora Group 2 There are no less than five sides still un­beaten this sea­son, mak­ing this group the tight­est of all four groups at Pref­er­ente level. CD Utiel are top on goal dif­fer­ence, fol­lowed by Re­cam­bios Colon and Tor­rent CF who are all on 14 points with Ribar­roja and San Marcelino just be­hind the top three on 12 points each. At the bot­tom of the group are CD Ser­ra­nos who have lost all six of the matches played. Un­less they do some­thing spec­tac­u­lar, Ser­ra­nos will be rel­e­gated af­ter just one sea­son, the same thing that happened to them two years ago when they were also pro­moted. In 17th place are Castel­larOliv­eral who have just three points but have also not won any matches this term. Al­casser, an­other of the pro­moted sides, are in 16th po­si­tion with four points. Match day 6 – Oc­to­ber 7 Atletico Vall­bo­nense 0 – 2 SC Re­quena Mis­lata CF 2 – 1 UD Al­daia CF UD Ju­ven­tud Bar­rio Cristo 2 – 1 Al­casser CF CD Utiel 2 – 2 UD Castel­larOliv­eral Dis­cobolo-La Torre AC 1 – 1 Bur­jas­sot CF UD Quart de Poblet 4 – 3 CD Ser­ra­nos CF Re­cam­bios Colon Catar­roja 4 – 1 CD Buñol Rayo S.A.B CF 0 – 2 CD San Marcelino Ribar­roja CF 0 – 0 Tor­rent CF Match day 7 –Oc­to­ber 14 SC Re­quena – Mis­lata CF UD Al­daia CF – UD Ju­ven­tud Bar­rio Cristo Tor­rent CF – Al­casser CF UD Castel­lar-Oliv­eral – Atletico Vall­bo­nense Bur­jas­sot CF – CD Utiel CD Ser­ra­nos – CF Re­cam­bios Colon Catar­roja CD Buñol – Rayo S.A.B CF CD San Marcelino – Dis­cobolo-La Torre AC Ribar­roja CF – UD Quart de Poblet Group 3 UD Beni­ganim are top in this group with 14 points and are un­beaten af­ter four wins and two draws. Be­hind them are Castel­lonense, Tav­ernes and Pego CF who all have 13 points. The bot­tom three sides in this group – Con­tes­tano, Por­tu­ar­ios and CF Tous – all have three points hav­ing won one match and lost five. Match day 6 – Oc­to­ber 7 UD Car­caix­ent 1 – 2 UE LA´ lcu­dia UD Al­ginet 1 – 2 CD Enguera Muro CF 2 – 0 LO´ lle­ria CF UD Por­tu­ar­ios 0 – 3 UD Beni­ganim Rac­ing Rafel­cofer CF 0 – 2 CD Con­tes­tano CF Tous 0 – 2 UD Castel­lonense CD De­nia 2 – 1 CF UE Gan­dia CD Javea 1 – 1 CF UE Tav­ernes CD Monte-Sion 0 – 3 Pego CF Match day 7 –Oc­to­ber 14 UE LA´ lcu­dia – UD Al­ginet CD Enguera – Muro CF Pego CF – LO´ lle­ria CF UD Beni­ganim – UD Car­caix­ent CD Con­tes­tano – UD Por­tu­ar­ios UD Castel­lonense – CD De­nia CF UE Gan­dia – CD Javea CF UE Tav­ernes – Rac­ing Rafel­cofer CF CD Monte-Sion – CF Tous Group 4 In­de­pen­di­ente Ali­cante stay top of group 4 fol­low­ing their 1-3 away win at Ben­ferri. They have 15 points and are two points ahead of the sur­prise side this sea­son, CD Al­moradi who have 13 points fol­low­ing their 2-6 thrash­ing of UD Ilic­i­tana. Also on 13 points are both In­ter­city San Juan and Her­cules B. Vil­lena, un­less they can change things around quickly, look to be go­ing down again. They have lost all six of their matches played so have yet to pick up a sin­gle point. UD Ilic­i­tana, Benidorm CD and FB Re­dovan CF are above them in the ta­ble with all three sides on four points. Match day 6 – Oc­to­ber 7 In­ter­city San Juan 4 – 0 CD Univer­si­dad Ali­cante Aspe UD 0 – 2 Cal­losa De­portiva Her­cules CF B 1 – 1 Elda In­dus­trial CF Ben­ferri CF 1 – 3 CF In­de­pen­di­ente Ali­cante Ori­huela CF B 2 – 2 CD Tor­re­vieja FC Re­dovan CF 3 – 2 UD Ho­radada CF UD Ilic­i­tana 2 – 6 CD Al­moradi Benidorm CD 1 – 2 CD Thader Vil­la­joyosa CF 3 – 0 Vil­lena CF Match day 7 – Oc­to­ber 14 CD Univer­si­dad Ali­cante Asper UD Cal­losa De­portiva – Her­cules CF B Vil­lena CF – Elda In­dus­trial CF CF In­de­pen­di­ente Ali­cante – In­ter­city San Juan CD Tor­re­vieja – Ben­ferri CF UD Ho­radada – CF UD Ilic­i­tana CD Al­moradi – Benidorm CD CD Thader – Ori­huela CF B Vil­la­joyosa CF – FB Re­dovan CF –

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