He will be in Parma from 22 to 24 September. His satisfaction: “when emails of this kind arrive you can’t help but feel a little anxiety, anxiety and a lot of adrenaline then and there”
JESI, 21 September 2023 – «Lots of adrenaline. I will be able to compete and practice at a much higher level than I am used to.”. Word of Alice Angelucci, born in 2006, under Rugby Jesi ’70, called up for the National Under 18 Women’s meeting scheduled from 22 to 24 September next in Parma.
“The call – says Alice – I was expecting it a little but when emails like this arrive you can’t help but feel a little anxious at the time. Anxiety and a lot of adrenaline, I can’t wait. I will find very strong girls and I will be able to test myself with them.”
The adventure in the oval ball by Alice, daughter of the Rugby Jesi ’70 coach Andrea Angelucci, started three and a half years ago. «At the beginning I went to the camp to watch the training sessions that my father did with the younger children. I liked the game straight away. I saw a team sport and understood that it involves everyone. A challenge in which we help each other and that’s what won me over. I started with the Lionesses of the first women’s team then, once I formed the youth team, I moved to my category.”
Where in the meantime the season kicked off. «We are also training with the Spartan Queens girls to start the championship with them in November».
Meanwhile, the blue appointment. «I expect a beautiful and very demanding experience. There will be a lot to do and train to be up to par.”