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The Infantil A celebrates the Liga title / PHOTO: German Parga - FCB

JUVENIL B (U18)
LLIGA NACIONAL JUVENIL
FC BARCELONA B 2 – UD AT. GRAMANET 1
After clinching the league title on Wednesday against Girona, the Juvenil B team managed to keep their heads straight and beat UD Gramanet 2-1 in a closely fought contest. Javier García Pimienta’s side went ahead from a Moussima free kick but allowed their visitors to equalise from the penalty spot after the break. Barça could have gone back ahead soon after, but Munir missed a penalty before making amends with a late winner.

CADET A (U16)
LLIGA DIVISIÓ D’HONOR CADET
CF DAMM 2 – FC BARCELONA A 3
Quique Álvarez’s side won the league last week, and added three more points this weekend at the Municipal d’Horta. Damm took an early 2-0 lead, but had a player sent off, while FCB clawed their way back with an Alexis penalty and an own goal in their favour before Alexis grabbed the winner with his second goal of the day.

CADET B (U16)
LLIGA PREFERENT CADET
FC BARCELONA B 7 – VILANOVA I LA GELTRÚ 1
After last week’s draw with Cornellà put the celebrations on hold, the Cadet B side coached by Fran Artigas clinched the league title with an emphatic win, and still have three games left to play. Josi, Franquesa and Alexis all found the target before half time against the team in third place, after which Marc Rio, Sergi Canós, Anas and Marc Rio took the Barça tally up to an impressive seven, with Vilanova getting a consolation goal from the penalty spot.

INFANTIL A (U14)
LLIGA 1a DIVISIÓ INFANTIL
FC BARCELONA A 6 – DAMM CF 0
Francesc Sánchez and Xavi Franquesa’s side has won its league after a 5-0 demolishing of Damm. The 79 points means they take the title after a gripping race with second placed RCD Espanyol. Javi Ruiz (2), Dani Morer, Carles Aleñá and a Salinas own goal had already made it 5-0 at half time, with Dani Olmo getting the sixth before the celebrations began.

INFANTIL B (U14)
LLIGA 1a DIVISIÓ INFANTIL
CF DAMM 1 – FC BARCELONA B 1
Denis Silva’s charges struggled at Damm, who are always hard to beat on their small pitch, and went behind to a penalty with half an hour to go before Lluís Mangas equalised three minutes later. There was no further score and it ended all square.

ALEVÍ B (U12)
LLIGA 1a DIVISIÓ ALEVÍ
FC BARCELONA B 1 – CE L’HOSPITALET 1
A tough game with l’Hospitalet at the Ciutat Esportiva Joan Gamper. Jordi Font’s side was up against a visitor that defended sternly and counter attacked with skill, and went ahead early on in the game. Barça looked slow and made too many unforced errors before Labinot Kabashi finally pulled level, and although they had further chances to score, the game ended with the spoils shared.

ALEVÍ C (U12)
LLIGA 2a DIVISIÓ ALEVÍ
UD AT. GRAMANET 1 – FC BARCELONA C 5
Àlex Gómez and Alexis Pintó’s took all three points with relative ease after already clinching the title a week before. With goals from Take, Guille, Nil, Marc Guerrero and Adri Altimira, Barça were vastly superior to bottom placed Gramanet.

ALEVÍ D (U12)
LLIGA 2a DIVISIÓ ALEVÍ
ESCOLA F. PRAT BLAUGRANA 2 – FC BARCELONA D 2
Second met fourth in a gripping encounter at the Municipal Can Estruch. El Prat broke away with early goals from David Avilés and Óscar Vigo, but Barça pulled one back through Kenneth Soler and with half an hour left, José David Álvarez got things back level. Barça hit the post three times before the end, but had to make do with just one point from this outing.

BENJAMÍ A (U10)
LLIGA 1a DIVISIÓ BENJAMÍ A
FC SANTBOIA 0 – FC BARCELONA A 18
An astounding display at the Municipal Joan Baptista Milà in Sant Boi de Llobregat, where the FCB side coached by Marc Serra and David Sánchez humiliated their host to the tune of an 18-0 hiding. Despite their obvious dominance, they never let themselves get carried away, and the goals were shared by Kays (2), Moriba (3), Marc Alegre (2), Haitam (3), José (3), Álvaro (2) Raúl Martínez (2) and Eduardo.

BENJAMÍ B (U10)
LLIGA 1a DIVISIÓ BENJAMÍ
FC BARCELONA B 5 – FP ESCOLA F. CALELLA 2
Sergi Milá and Òscar Jorquera’s beat Calella at the Ciutat Esportiva Joan Gamper (5-2) and won the title ahead of a stern challenge from RCD Espanyol. Calella took the surprise lead, but Albert Garrido soon had things back level. Òscar Romero then put the home side ahead before Soulaymane sneaked a lucky equaliser for the visitors. But Benjamí B side came good in the end with late goals from Iker González, Martí Riera and Iker again to make it 5-2.

BENJAMÍ C (U10)
LLIGA 2a DIVISIÓ BENJAMÍ
VILADECANS 1 – FC BARCELONA C 2
Cristian Catena and Albert Puig’s side only need three more points to win the second division after a tight win at a very defensive Viladecans UD. Alejandro Balde opened the scoring for FCB, but Viladecans managed to get one back for the home side before Arnau Martínez secured a thoroughly deserved win for Barça.

BENJAMÍ D (U10)
LLIGA 3a BENJAMÍ D
FC BARCELONA D 12 – POMAR CD 1
The Benjamí D team is now ten points clear of second placed Montañesa CF, and with just three games to go, have already secured the trophy. Coaches Jordi Pérez and David Sánchez have led the side through an amazing season, with 263 goals for and just 27 against, having won every single match. Pomar CD were no match for them this weekend, and the twelve goals were shared between Marc Pelaz (2), Nadir (2), Mamadou (2), David (3), Arnau, Gabi and one own goal.

FEMENÍ JUVENIL CADET (GIRLS U16)
LLIGA FEMENINA JUVENIL CADET
FC BARCELONA 2 – Pª BLANC BLAVA LA ROCA 2
Carlos Tregón and Jordi Garcés’ side could only draw, but stay top of the league. Alba Franco opened the scoring, but conceded just before the break and against the run of play. Judit Rivero then converted a lovely move to make it 2-1, but with just seven minutes to go, a defensive mix-up allowed the Espanyol supporters club to snatch a point.

FEMENÍ INFANTIL ALEVÍ (GIRLS U12)
TORNEIG COMPLEMENTARI FEMENÍ INFANTIL ALEVÍ
SABADELL FC 1 – FC BARCELONA 7
Having already won the league, Jordi Ventura’s girls continued their triumphant march at the Poliesportiu Olímpia by beating Sabadell 7-1, although it could have been an even bigger win of they had taken all their chances in the scorching heat. Goals from Maria Llompart (2), Maria González (2), Paula Hita, Laia Muñoz and Ona Batlle did the job for a side that was missing several key players.

 

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