Romanian women's basketball team Sepsi Sfântu Gheorghe have won the fourth consecutive domestic championship title. In the crucial game, in the final, Sepsi grabbed a 59-56 home win against Municipal Satu Mare. On aggregate, Sepsi Sfantu Gheorghe also won, by three games to two.
We continue with news from men's handball, as Dinamo Bucharest are the new title holders; in the second leg of the National League final this past Wednesday, Dinamo trounced Dobrogea Sud Constanta on home court, 33-19. Dinamo had also won the first leg they played in Constanta, 33-26, following the-best-in-three-games system. Dinamo's record thus includes the 16th title in the men's version of the championship, Also, it is the fourth consecutive title for Dinamo. Bronze went to Potaissa Turda, a team that grabbed 32-23 home win against CSM Bucharest on Wednesday, in the second leg of the 3rd-place final. Potaissa had also won the first leg they played in Bucharest, 29-24.
We end with news from football. Concordia Chiajna is the team that at the end of the 2018-2019 competition season have been relegated to the Second league, as on Wednesday, in a fixture counting towards Group 2's 12th round, Concordia sustained a nil-2 defeat against Dunarea Calarasi, thus wasting any chance to maintain their position in the first echelon.
Also on Wednesday, Dinamo were held to a blank draw by Poli Iasi, at home. On Tuesday, FC Botosani succeeded a 2-nil away win against FC Hermannstadt, a team that has climbed down to the last-but-one position and will also face relegation to the domestic championship's second echelon. According to their position in the as-it-stands table, Dunarea Calarasi are entitled to play a playoff fixture against Second league's 3rd-placed team.
( translated by Eugen Nasta)