Lot: Rugby Quercy Lot prepares for its new season

The RQL (Rugby Quercy Lot) gathering, which brings together the teams of young cadet and junior rugby players from the clubs of Cahors, Castelnau-Montratier and Luzech is resuming its season. The juniors (under 19), trained by Christophe Jarosz, Jabrane Gannar and Alain Cazelles, play in a national pool made up of teams from the clubs of L’Isle-Jourdain, Arcachon, Langon, Marmande, Castelsarrasin, Auch and Salles. Cadets A, trained by Bernard Vidaillac, Patrick Bezio, Jean-Paul Berc, Jérôme Murat and Jean-Philippe Lainé will present two teams; cadets A will contest the French championship in a group composed of L’Isle-Jourdain, Albi, St Lys, Villefranche-de-Lauragais, Castelsarrasin, Auch and Lavaur. The team of cadets B will play the regional championship 2/3, that is to say that it will evaluate at X or at XV according to the numbers of the two formations present. The first match of the season will take place on Saturday October 1st with a trip to L’Isle-Jourdain in the Gers for the two teams of cadets A and juniors. A day of cohesion, is organized at the Lucien Desprat stadium, this Saturday, September 24. It will make it possible to carry out a broad review of the workforce. The day will begin at 9:30 a.m. with workshops. At noon, a meal will be taken together.
The leaders and coaches of the RQL will welcome young people born between 2005 and 2008 described by the practice of rugby into their gathering. Contacts: Jean-Paul Marty 06 51 55 47 68 or [email protected]

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