Sunday, for the reception of the neighbor, he “hopes for an awakening so as not to make the same mistakes as last year”. Fortunately, we had made up for our disappointment in the season with a very good challenge campaign, where we reached the semi-finals. ” But this season is not starting in the best way either: ” We have a lot of people, the players work a lot in training, they are good players but they can’t do it: Sunday they were amorphous. »
However, with 70 seniors, 140 children at rugby school, two women’s teams (senior and younger), the club has 350 members. “This places us fourth in the Landes behind Mont-de-Marsan, Dax and Tyrosse. We have great facilities, a great atmosphere and, in all modesty, we do good training. But it will end up going in circles if we don’t have better results with the seniors,” he warns.
“The club’s initial objective was to qualify, but we didn’t start off on a good footing so it’s going to be very complicated unless we straighten things out very quickly! »
“Make a Result”
Also the new coaches, Serge Errecart (ex AS Bayonne, for the pack) and Brice Boué (back lines) have particularly prepared this very important match for the rest of the season against Marsacq XV, which has ambition and surfing for some time on success. He also started the competition very well in the important game against ELO (24-23). Willy Lévéjacq, president of the XV de Marsacq, minimizes this victory: “It’s a bit of a hold-up. But for our team, which is leveling up with a lot of new players, it’s a good little game at the start of the season, with a victory at the end that doesn’t spoil anything. »
And it is in this dynamic that the men of David Etcheverry and Jonathan Paysan will move “to achieve a result” and continue to gauge themselves in this first block against experienced clubs. Derby atmosphere assured.