Sainte-Christie/Preignan. Football: mixed weekend for the SCP

Some news from the football life of the SCP. At the house of girlsthem U18 who traveled to Béziers (34) started in an excellent way with a goal from Aurélie in the 13th minute of play. Subsequently, they suffered “insults” throughout the first act, but despite these facts of game, their tenacity was not impacted. Béziers will nevertheless suffer the advantage and in the second half, it is a goal from Shérina which will reduce the score a little. The Languedociennes won in the end 5 goals to 2 on their lawn. Despite everything, the visitors delivered a good performance.

On the side of the elderly, the latter moved to Gandalou (82). Big domination of the Gersoises from the kick-off, and it is Judith who opens the score. The SCP created many chances and Manon scored just before halftime. Score: 2 but at 0. As soon as the resumption, the SCP regains a clear advantage and will score again. A small defense error will cost 1 goal, but 2 new goals will be scored afterwards and the end of the match will be whistled with the final score of 5 goals to 1 for the SCP which confirms its previous result in this way.

At the house of the boys, team II contested the Coupe des Réserves in Auch. If the first half did not allow to see situations, the second act will validate the good match made by the team with the opening of the score by Francky Movia, imitated by the captain Alex Baylac, for a final victory 2 goals to 0 and a qualification for the last four.

For its part, the i-team faced the team of Manciet. A perfect start with 2 goals from Greg Darré, then a long shot from Gauth Benquet to lead 3-0 in the 30th minute. The start of the second act suggests a lone rider as the opportunities to weigh down the score are numerous. Unfortunately, the very pragmatic Manciétois will come back to equalize in the 90th minute.

Tribute: all the players and leaders of Sainte-Christie / Preignan offer their most sincere condolences to their partner Alban Bergès and his family…

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