Rio de Janeiro's Fluminense and Flamengo win Water Polo National Trophy

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The Fluminense Football Club and Clube Regatas do Flamengo from Rio de Janeiro both won the Brazilian Water Polo National Trophy in the men's and women's field, respectively.

In the men’s final, the Fluminense team defeated Botafogo 6-5 in an exciting and dramatic match. Fluminense's Gabriel Reis was the great scorer of the match, with to winning shots. Leonardo Real of Hebraica Club was the top scorer of the competition with a total 21 goals.

Among women, Flamengo also had a close win against Pinheiros (5-4). Flamengo had a strong start, with a crushing score of 4-0 after the first period. In the third quarter, Pinheiros scored four goals for a tie. In the last period, Flamengo's Erika Figge scored the goal for the victory.

Results of Final Match – Men’s

FLUMINENSE 6 - 5 BOTAFOGO (1:1, 2:2, 2:1, 1:1)
Fluminense: Marcelo Chagas, Leonardo Sottani (1), Cesar Queiroz (1), Ricardo Perroni (1), Guilherme Almeida, Roberto Seabra, Jonas Crivella, Heitor Carrulo, Bernardo Reis, Gabriel Reis (2), Vladimir Vujasinovic (1), Roberto Marques, Thye Mattos. Head Coach: Carlos Carvalho.

Botafogo: Matheus Lima, Marco Antonio, Diego Soares, Rafael Rufino, Henrique Coelho, Vinicius Molter, David Martin, Adrian Delgado (1), Bruno Nolasco, Caio Lima, Joao Felipe Coelho (1), Djordje Filipovic (2), Henrique Moniz (1). Coach: Angelo Coelho.

Results of Final Match – Women’s

FLAMENGO 5 - 4 PINHEIROS (1:0, 3:0, 0:4, 1:0)
Flamengo: Manuella Canetti, Cecilia Canetti (3), Flavia Pinheiro, Maria Canetti, Luiza Moraes, Mariana Paes, Mayra Sampaio, Tatiana Veloso, Laura Sieprath, Maria Clara Fontoura, Erika Figge (2), Bruna Couri, Victoria Chamorro. Coach: Antonio Canetti.

Pinheiros: Tess Oliveira, Diana Abla, Marina Zablith, Izabella Chiappini, Viviane Bahia, Tabata Dalio, Amanda Oliveira (1), Luiza Carvalho, Fernanda Palma (1), Carolina Pinho, Gabriela Mantellato, Melina Teno (2), Camila Gomes. Coach: Roberto Chiappini.

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