The World Roller Games Barcelona 2019 will take part in an interesting information day this Saturday 12 January for all those interested in becoming a volunteer with its presence at the Copa Princesa (Princess Cup) of men’s and women’s inline hockey to be held in Sant Adrià del Besòs.
The ASME Tucans rink at the Polideportivo de la Pau sports centre will be the venue for both inline hockey championship cups, which the four best classified teams in both categories will aspire to during the first round of the Liga Oro (Gold League).
Big day for volunteers
The WRG 2019 will be present at the sports centre throughout the day with the aim of promoting the competition to the public and also its call for volunteers for this major roller sports event of 2019. The Barcelona WRG staff will inform fans about the event’s format and the 11 disciplines that it comprises, as well as explaining how to join the Roller Team for the big event between 4 and 14 July this year.
Potential volunteering candidates can not only sign up in person, but also through the WRG 2019 online form, or they can write to the following email address if they need to clarify any questions or doubts they may currently have: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Six matches and two titles at stake
The competition will unfold throughout the day from 9.30am in the morning to the last match scheduled for 6.15pm in the afternoon. The first two matches will be the men’s semi-finals, involving the clash between CE BCN Tsunamis and Arona Guanches HC at 9.30am and then SAB Tucans ASME battling it out against HC Rubí Cent Patins at 10.45am. The winners of both matches will face each other in the men’s final at 5pm.
The women’s category competition will meanwhile commence at 12pm with the first semi-final between CPLV Panthers UEMC and CHL Meigas Lugo, while the clash between Club Patí Vila-real and CP Lostregos is scheduled to commence shortly after at 1.15pm. The two winning teams will play in the final in the last match of the day, which is scheduled to start at 6.15pm.
PHOTO: Hockey Línea Tucans ASME