The Venezuelan Yosimar Corrales, had her first appearance in the Uruguayan Women's Basketball League, with the Malvin team, last Saturday, a game in which she debuted with a 59-92 victory against the Hebraica Macabí team.
Corrales made herself felt in his debut with a double-double of 21 points (top scorer) and 11 rebounds (4 offensive) for an efficiency of 31, the highest in the game. She also had two steals.
In this way, the Playeras lead the table with a 2-0 record together with Defensor Sporting, 25 de Agosto and Aguada at the start of the Uruguayan championship.
The new challenge for Corrales and his team is to face the group stage in the Women's South American League, in which they will play three games in Santiago del Estero, Argentina.
The Creole participated in the last edition of the Women's Super League, where she became champion with Deportivo Anzoátegui, a team with which she averaged 20.0 units and 8 sacks during the group stage.