Football: DR Águeda on Salted Rocks for the Portuguese Cup

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Recreio de Águeda plays at Pedras Salgadas on October 20 for the third round of the Portuguese Cup. The draw took place today at the headquarters of the Portuguese Football Federation. Already Beira Mar and Lourosa will receive the Maritime and Famalicão. Anadia goes to Montijo, coached by José Rachão, former RD Águeda coach.

Juventude de Pedras Salgadas is the 18th and last finisher of the Serie A of the Portuguese Championship, with a draw (against Chaves Satellite) and four losses in five games (against V. Guimarães B, Fafe, Vizela and União da Wood). In the Portuguese Cup, they won Vila Pouca (3-1, at home) and Maria da Fonte (5-1, away) in the first two rounds.
In the previous season, at the Portuguese Championship, Pedras Salgadas was 10th in Serie A, with 39 points (two points more than the first team that went down), one place behind Montalegre, who – remember – eliminated DR Águeda in the fourth round.
Draw result:
Alverca – Sporting
AD Oliveirense – Santa Clara
Fabril Barreiro – Moreirense
Leça – Braga
Lourosa – Famalicão
Chaves – Boavista
Eagles Moradal – Vitória Setúbal
Farense – Birds
Pit Pity – Benfica
Condeixa – Rio Ave
Academic Coimbra – Portimonense
Louletano – Paços Ferreira
Pevidém – Belenenses SAD
Coimbrões – FC Porto
Sintra – Vitória Guimarães
Penafiel – Gil Vicente
Seaside – Maritime
Feirense – Tondela
Varzim – Estoril
Blackberry – Sanjoanense
Valadares – Canelas
Mafra – Fafe
Marinhense – Fatima
Espinho – Vilafranquense
Sernache – Country
Leixões – Praiense
Academic Viseu – Real
Loures – Castelo Branco
Salted Stones – DR Águeda
House Pia – Vizela
Arouca – Merelinense
Montijo – Anadia


Águeda, Anadia, Aveiro, Beira Mar, Famalicão, Football, José Rachão, Lourosa, Maritime, Montijo, Pedras Salgadas, Portuguese Cup

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