The 'Badajoz Racing School', located in the kart racing centre of Talavera la Real, is training six boys between the ages of 5 and 11 to be motorcycle racing drivers. The school has only been operating for a little over a year and two of its pupils are competing in the national championship in its category.
It will be his sixth season leading the Extremaduran team, and his third season in the Women's League, a category in which he aspires to surpass the ninth place achieved in April
The Villanovense-Rácing game will be held on Sunday at 19:00. In the promotion phase to Second Division B, Cacereño visits Beasain and C.D.Badajoz goes to Antequera. Jerez will host Lorca Deportiva
The rider from Huelva, 24-year-old Álvaro Teba del Pino, won the 11th Copa del Rey de Doma Vaquera equestrian competition that took place at the Portage Spanish Riding School, in the province of Cáceres
They're taking a 39-kilometre route, riding bikes that are at least 30 years old and marking the 40th anniversary of Mérida's Cycling School.
Villanovense takes on Rácing, Cacereño faces Beasain, Badajoz faces Antequera and Jerez faces Lorca Deportiva.
Villanovense heads to Fuenlabrada after winning the first match 1-0. Cacereño, C.D. Badajoz, Jerez and Azuaga drew in their respective matches.
The team from Badajoz hasn't won a title since the European Challenge Cup in 2013.
Two years on, Villanovense is once again trying to move up to the Second Division, opening the elimination round against Fuenlabrada in the Romero Cuerda Stadium where an extra thousand seats have been added for the public.