Antonio Megías, a man close to 38 years old, made a town happy, Quintanar del Rey, who now dreams of being promoted to the Second RFEF after beating CP Villarrobledo 1-0 this Saturday in the final of the ‘play off’ of Castilla-La Mancha played at the ‘Paco Gálvez’ in Tomelloso. The Verdiblanco striker was very active throughout the match, becoming the nightmare of the defense from Oak. Already in the first half he had good chances and in the second a goal was disallowed, but it would be in the second half of extra time when he sentenced by taking advantage of a rival error.

CD Quintanar del Rey was worth the draw as they finished in the best position in the League, and that was noticeable.

However, CP Villarobledo also had their options and the clearest was a shot to the post by Bayo at the start of extra time. The Cuencans will meet this Monday their rival in the final for promotion, which will be played next weekend in neutral territory.

– CD Quintanar del Rey: Molina; Felipe Belmonte, Marcos Recuenco (Josué, d. 96), Ramón Blázquez, Verdú; Cifuentes (Fran Minaya, m. 81 – Kike Domínguez, m. 89-), Sanjuan (Jesús García, m. 65), Toni Cuenca, Kaín; Eloy Jiménez (Álvaro Collado, d. 91) and Megías.

– CP Villarrobledo: Adri Real; Luismi Lopez (Alphon, d. 110), Hyacinth Trillo, Kerkich (Pepe, d. 110), Siles; Jorge Garcia (Alex Valerius, 82), Christian Lopez (Ruben Gomez, 87), Yalike, Javi Fair (Raul Calero, 98); Diego Canty and Bayo.