HLA Alicante faces maximum enthusiasm this Friday at 8:30pm. Allega Cantabria Group At the Vicente Trueba pavilion in Torrelavega. The team from Alicante heads to the territory of Cantabria to start the journey in LEB Oro 2022-23 with a completely different team from last season.

Lucentinos are facing the start of a very exciting campaign for the club after a period of preparation that has been a sensational one. Rafa Monclova’s team closed the regular league preparation stage with four wins and just one loss.. People from Alicante added good vibes this pre-season and came to Torrelavega with the intention of affirming the good work done in the previous month.

HLA Alicante is coming to Torrelavega with all its current players, including the team’s star Delaney Blaylock, who has been working with the team for two weeks.

Rafa Monclova, who will play his first official game under HLA Alicante, said that “the team is doing well” and that they are “willing to start the fight”. The Sevilla coach is very excited for this start of the championship: “We are ready for an exciting first day for everyone”.

On your own behalf Grupo Alega Cantabria, one of three teams promoted from LEB Plata and will be one of the first names in the category. For their debut in the second category of national basketball, the Cantabrians retained the block that allowed them to rise. David Mangas, one of the coaches with the longest experience in the FEB categories, will also debut as head coach at LEB Oro.

like the players Mirza Bulic or Dago Pena Having spent 11 seasons between the two at LEB Oro, they showcase the experience of a category they know very well. Bulic and Peña are joined by promo key players like Alo Marín, Fer Sierra or Walter Junior.

The Cantabrian team closed the pre-season by counting all their matches as wins. David Mangas’ team has beaten notable teams like San Pablo Burgos or Bilbao Basket (ACB), so they are a very competitive team.

Regarding the competitor, Rafa Monclova said he expects a “very tough opponent” but is confident that HLA Alicante will show the “seal that has been worked on in the pre-season”.

The match can be followed on LaLigaSports TV and Alacantí TV applications from 20:30.

The competition starts with the HLA’s goal of getting into the «play off». It’s against Cantabria tonight, against Albacete on Tuesday and at Cáceres on Sunday.