Still deprived of their lair, the Noustysiennes will try to finally unlock their counter in the multipurpose room of Buros. “We asked for the match to be reversed, but Bordes refused…
Still deprived of their lair, the Noustysiennes will try to finally unlock their counter in the multipurpose room of Buros. “We had asked for the inversion of the match, but Bordes refused” regrets the Canary coach Benoît Nougué-Cazenave. Still weighed down by numerous injuries, Amandine Lansalot-Matras’ teammates will once again line up in a squad incorporating several U18 players.
The reservists of the plain present themselves in their usual composition and especially with a balance sheet for the moment without stain. An invincibility that the Bordaises wish to keep, even if Mélanie Prat is wary of the PNS: “They are on two defeats and they will go back to block. I expect an intense and committed match. One of the keys to the match will be the defensive response so as not to be punished for their rising balls. »
Gan (10th, 2 pts) – Tardets (4th, 6 pts) Saturday at 9 p.m.
Without Léa Bonnafous (injured), but with normally the return of Coralie Mouchou, the Gantoises received Tardetsiennes that the coach of HBCG Ghénaël Chague sees as a team “strong on its left side, which defends hard, which runs and appreciates the large space game. “At the end of this first block of three games, the Gantoises would like to start their season by signing their first victory.
The Zibero coach, Battite Sarrat, expects a big fight: “In this series of three matches, he is our most serious opponent. They stood up to Urrugne, and it’s a team I know well since I was on the bench last season alongside Nathalie Arribes. There are players in certain key positions who have the N1 level. “He will also remember that in the last match of last season, he came with Gan to win at Tardets (20-26). The revenge will therefore have a very special flavor for Battite.
Anglet (12th, 2 pts) – Ossau (9th, 2 pts) Saturday at 7 p.m.
If we look at the ranking upside down, it is a duel at the top that the spectators invited to this Saturday in Anglet are. Unfortunately, in a good way, it’s two teams from the back of the pack in search of a first victory that face each other on the Basque coast. On the one hand, Angloyees who have just picked up a big correction at Bordes, on the other Ossaloises not spared by injuries. More than on handball skills, it is rather in the heads and a little with the guts that the fate of this meeting should be sealed.