AS siguió desde dentro el vibrante derbi en el que la UD Tamaraceite selló su ascenso a Segunda B ante la UD San Fernando con público en El Hierro.
#FaseAscenso2B ⚽️🇮🇨 Tamaraceite y San Fernando, a cara o cruz en 90 minutos ➡️
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