The CB Imprenta Bahía San Agustín already knows its roadmap for this 2022-23 season. The Spanish Basketball Federation has carried out this morning the drawing of the calendar for this new campaign in which the team trained by Pau Tomàs will seek to fight to return to the LEB Oro remaining framed in a demanding East Group in which he will meet important rivals such as, for example, the first team with which he will face each other in this new season: CB Prat. The Catalans, also relegated to LEB Plata last season, will visit Son Moix on the weekend of October 8, the date on which the season will officially begin.
The start for CB Imprenta Bahía San Agustín will be tremendously demanding since after playing at home against CB Prat, they will play during the week (October 12) the second day of the league visiting CB Benicarló, another of the teams that wants to fight to reach the LEB Gold and the weekend of October 15 will play at Sant Antoni Ibiza Feeling in a third day of the league that will thus bring the first inter-island derby of the season for the Majorcan team. The second derby, the one that Pau Tomàs’ team will play against Hestia Menorca will take place on the ninth day of competition which will be held on December 3 this year. On the last day of competition, which will be held on April 8, 2023, the people of Palma will host CB Cornellà.
As for home derbiesthe confrontation with Sant Antoni Ibiza Feeling will take place on the weekend of January 14, 2023 on matchday 16 of the league and the duel in Son Moix with Hestia Menorca will be played on matchday 22 (March 11, 2023 ).
Total there will be 28 teams, divided into the East Group and the West Group, which will make up a LEB Plata that will have a total of six relegations and three promotions disputing the regular league from October 8 to April 8. The LEB Plata Cup will be played on January 28, while the qualifying rounds for promotion to LEB Oro will take place from April 29 to May 20.
Pau Tomàs, coach of the CB Imprenta Bahía San Agustín points out about the calendar that “we start strong because we will face Prat at home and then, during the week, we go to Benicarló and on the weekend we travel to Ibiza. The start will be hard because we will face teams that seem to have to be at the top of the table” adding that the squad and coaching staff are “excited” about this new challenge. “Now that we have the roadmap, we have to prepare the team to start strong because all the games, with this competition system, are going to be important regardless of who the rival we play against”