Stage report for the South-Girondins

Hen J: SC Cadaujac (5e/12 dots). Having got off to a good start, Ludovic Dubuc’s teammates are playing the leading roles in a very open pool, where half a dozen teams remain perfectly concerned by the top of the table. With the result of a match (at Lanton) still under deliberation, the Cadaujacais are only two lengths behind the reservists of Arin Luzien who occupy first place. We will have to count with them for the race for the podium in the coming months!

Hen L: Patronage Bazadais (2e/17 points). Pierrick Landais’s men, regulars since the start of the exercise, are members of a trio of sharp-toothed pursuers, installed in the wake of leader FC Seignosse-Capbreton – Soustons (relegated from R2) who has two points more after eight days of competition. Over the duration of a demanding championship, the depth, experience and maturity of the Bazadais workforce could prove to be valuable assets, possibly decisive when the time for rewards comes.

FC Pays Aurossais (2e/17 points). Tied on points with his inseparable neighbor Bazad, after a very successful start to the championship, Jérôme Laurent’s protégés clearly announce their intentions for the rest of the competition. As effective outside as on their Pondaurat lawn, Jean Frauciel’s players seem well equipped to take part, until the end, in the battle for accession to the higher division. Provided, however, that you don’t slack off along the way!

FC des Graves b (6e/13 dots). Jean-Marie Dutreuil’s men alternate the excellent, the good and the less good. A lack of regularity, mainly linked to variations in a workforce, still relatively young, dependent on the pennant team (R1), which temporarily deprives the Podensaco-Céronnais bis of a more comfortable place and / or in line with their real potential . It would be very surprising if the FCG b did not find, during the next fourteen days, the resources necessary to thwart the designs of the teams which preceded it!


FC Graves and Anthony Erable (navy) have alternated good and bad since the opening of the R3 championship.

Bernard Mugica

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