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Awards ceremony for Cabildo Badminton Cup 

Tenerife Cabildo recently hosted the awards ceremony of the Cabildo Badminton Cup 2019, a competition organised by the Tenerife delegation of this modality in collaboration with the Island Corporation and the clubs and town councils of the island and which brought together more than 100 players.

The event was attended by the acting sports councillor, Cristo Pérez, and the president of the Canary Federation of Badminton, Florentín Rodríguez, as well as representatives of the participating clubs.
In the absolute competition the win went to Omar Mendo (CB Tenzul El Rosario) and Eva Villaverde (CB Tenzul El Rosario), while in mixed doubles the title went to Hugo Montero-Eva Villaverde (CB Tenzul El Rosario). In the men’s doubles, David García-Rubén Suárez (CB Santa Úrsula Badnor) won, while in the women, Sandra Flores-Ainara González (CB Granadilla Badsur) won.
In the Senior A competition, the winner was Jonathan Dorta (CB Santa Úrsula Badnor), while Lot Socas (CB Granadilla Badsur) won in Senior B. In mixed doubles Senior The winners were Alejandro Rostro-Vanesa Jurk (CB Badfor El Sauzal), while in men’s doubles Jonathan Dorta-José Her-nández (CB Santa Úrsula Badnor) prevailed. In doubles Senior B the trophy was for the couple formed by Francisco Herrera (CB Badfor El Sauzal-Carlos Beitia (University).
In the under-19 category, the winners were Lucia Socas (CB Tenzul El Rosario) and Darío Damaso (CB Tenzul El Rosario), while in mixed doubles Dámaso-Yesenia Santamaría won (CB Tenzul El Rosario). In women’s doubles, the winners were María Rodríguez-Marta Rodríguez (CB Granadilla Badsur), while in men, Sergio Alonso-Yerai Mesa (CB Granadilla Badsur) climbed to the top of the podium.
On the other hand, in the under-15 category the winners were Lucía Rodríguez (CB Tenzul El Rosario) and Sergio Alonso (CB Granadilla Badsur). In mixed doubles, the title went to Jorge Diaz-Miriam Meneses (CB Granadilla Badsur), while in females Ayla Marrero-Daniela Socas (CB Granadilla Badsur) and Leandro Díaz-Samuel Rodríguez (CB Santa Úrsula Badnor) were male.