After Monday’s solid performance by the Warriors to grab second place, the Renegades trailed them by 6.50 game points. The Renegades owned the tie-break over the Warriors with a set score of 3-1, and needed a minimum of 6.50 points to secure a second place finish – and they did just that; handing the Cyclones just their second game day loss of the season 6.50-1.00. The Cyclones only other loss was at the hands of the Warriors in a close match on 10/25 (3.00-4.50).
The evening started with Goixerri taking Manu (6-5, 6-3) in a well-played match followed by the undefeated doubles team of Correa/Aratz beating William/Manny (6-5, 6-1). The third match featured Ben and Jeden with Ben playing some of the best Jai Alai that he has played to earn the victory (6-1, 6-1). After a rough first set against RonRon, Carballo came back to win in three sets (1-6, 6-4, 6-4) to earn the Cyclones their only point of the evening. Correa/Aratz remained undefeated with a win over Jeden/Manu (6-4, 6-2) while Goixerri/RonRon finished the thrilling evening with a win over Ikeda/Manny (6-1, 6-3).
The Championship for the Fall Battle Court Season is set for Friday, November 18 at 7pm (EST) at the Magic City Fronton.
The winning squad will earn $4,000 per player with the second place squad earning $1,000 per player.
If you are able to attend, this will be a great display of Jai Alai for sure. If you cannot make it to the Fronton in person, you can watch the action at watchjaialai.com, laligasportstv.com, streamstak.com/jaialaitv (Triple B Media), FTF Sports Network, ESPN3, BetRivers youtube channel or download the free Jai Alai Channel app.