The cartel player, who traveled to Marsac with the red lantern, was keen to win to make up for last weekend’s narrow defeat and stay in touch with the peloton in the qualifiers.
It was a logical and well-deserved success with a score of 23 to 0 after a serious game despite the weather not conducive to a great flight. It took me half an hour to get it. The work of undermining the visitors on the front line will bear fruit in act two, with Camille his Coirault scoring his two tries in quick succession, ending a meaningful stranglehold on the deal. Visitors do everything to seek offensive bonuses, but when a Tarn player sustains a serious arm injury that causes him to be suspended for 30 minutes, the end of the match is interrupted and the visitors are forced to seek it out. fails. This is my only regret today. The agreement is on the right track, progress is constantly evolving, the forward/backline relationship is becoming more fluid and the team is developing a compelling rugby. Mael Ahmed’s three penalties and two With one conversion, all the points for the day were scored by two youngsters on the Luergut team. Not bad for an R3 club. Congratulations to all players and actors.
The F+18 women, who traveled to Capdenac, earned a convincing and well-deserved win at the end of the match with a score of 55-0, but were stopped due to injury in the 45th minute as they did not reach the end. did. A few local players wishing a speedy recovery.
For the future: Nine attempts by Margo Lev (2), Gwendolyn Odelot (2), Karine Carozin (2), Melina Thomas Ferreira (3) and five conversions by Ira Albenke.
> NEXT WEEKEND: Saturday the U16s move to Decazeville. U-19 and girls are resting. For senior citizens on Sunday there was a Septphones reception in a fake derby at St Antonine which was a real shock. A match not to be missed.