As much as it was known that in an epidemiological situation like the one Tucumán is going through, suspended games could be common currency (in fact, that some can be played is to be thankful for), this first half of the qualifying phase is still somewhat strange. Annual: just as there is only one team that has been able to play its four games (Lawn Tennis), there are several that have barely been able to play two and there is even one (Cardinals) that still could not even go out on the court. Thus, the landscape shown by the standings today is full of asterisks and clarifications, so it is only when some of the teams that owe the most start to get up to speed that we will have a more real picture of what each one is for. .
However, if we stick to the here and now, the Apertura has a new leader: Lawn Tennis, who beat Los Tarcos the classic by 20-9 in the only match that could be played. The 9 de Julio park team took advantage of the chance that the Tucumán Rugby free date gave them to snatch the first place, which University also had the possibility of doing, if it were not for the fact that its duel with Huirapuca had to be suspended. As with Swimming-Jockey Club and Lynx-Cardinals (also postponed), a single positive case was enough to activate the protocol. The idea that the URT manages is to take advantage of the rest window planned for next weekend to fit in some of the pending games.
Going back to what happened in the park, Lawn Tennis bagged one of those wins that are worth the money. Because between a grass punished by the rain and the battle of forwards proposed by Los Tarcos, it cost him a great effort. The local responded well in defense by containing a “Red” who had territorial control, but failed in the final meters. The tries of Maximiliano De la Jara Y Patricio lamas, plus the executions of Santiago Rez Masud, they materialized their good collective work in a day that lent itself to mistakes.