The team from Matanzas beat the Hurricanes of Mayabeque 9-7 in 10 innings, with the sixth hit by Dariel Góngora and a home run by left fielder Javier Camero, to continue in seventh place in the tournament.
Góngora (6-5) pitched five innings as a reliever and gave up one earned run and one hit, with six strikeouts and three walks.
The also firefighter Adrián Sosa (2-2) charged with the setback by allowing two dirty annotations and an indisputable in five chapters, with two structured and a walk.
Shortstop and third baseman Julio César González stood out for the Matanzas offense, batting 6-3, with an RBI and two runs scored, and Camero 5-2, a home run, four RBIs and stepped on home plate on one occasion.
Also notable were catcher Andrys Pérez with a 4-2, a double, two RBIs and a run scored, and third baseman and waiter Yadil Mujica with a 4-2.
For the losers, the right and central patrolman Alexander Pozo hit 3-2, a tubey and two runs scored, the outfielder Dennis Laza 4-2, two RBIs and a run scored, and the mask Javier Carabeo 4-2, a double. , one driven and one scored.
The Vegueros continued in eighth place by beating the Cazadores de Artemisa 6-3, with the eighth win by veteran Yosvani Torres (8-6) and the eleventh game saved by Reilandy González.
Torres pitched in seven and two-thirds innings, allowing nine hits, three runs, two earned, striking out two and walking two, while González worked in one and a third and only allowed two singles and stunted an Artemiseño.
Hurricanes starter Geonel Gutierrez (7-5) suffered the loss by allowing six runs, five cleans, and nine hits with six strikeouts and a walk in 4 2/3 innings.
In other matches of the day, Industriales defeated Isla de la Juventud 8-5, Granma beat Holguín 2-1, Guantánamo lost 1-4 to Santiago de Cuba and Las Tunas knocked out Camagüey 13-2 in seven innings.