the championships enter the final stretch of the year

Champcevinel (2nd/19 pts) – Grand Poitiers (6th/15 pts), Saturday November 26 at 9 p.m. at the Sermonces gymnasium.

The HBCC remains on two clear prolific victories. The trip to Lezay turned out to be easier than expected (23-48), but it will certainly be more difficult against the Poitevins. Victory is essential to stay in contact with the leader, Etec.

Excellency…

Champcevinel (2nd/19 pts) – Grand Poitiers (6th/15 pts), Saturday November 26 at 9 p.m. at the Sermonces gymnasium.

The HBCC remains on two clear prolific victories. The trip to Lezay turned out to be easier than expected (23-48), but it will certainly be more difficult against the Poitevins. Victory is essential to stay in contact with the leader, Etec.

Male Excellence

Lalinde (2nd/19 pts) – Gazinet-Cestas (1st/20 pts), Saturday November 26 at 7 p.m. at the Port-de-Couze gymnasium.

The Lindois managed to win in La Rochelle (27-29), but the reception of the undefeated leader was a turning point. A possible win to grab the top spot. President Belaoud’s players have the capacity.

male honor

Périgord Sud-Ouest (2nd/15 pts) – Brax/Nérac (3rd/15 pts), Saturday November 26 at 8:45 p.m. at the Cousset gymnasium in Montpon-Ménestérol.

PSO qualified for the 3rd round of the Coupe de France easily (20-31) in Monségur. The return to the championship will pit two undefeated and ambitious teams against each other. On their current form, the Périgords will be favorites.

Coulounieix-Chamiers (1st/16 pts) – Champcevinel B/Saint-Astier (5th/12 pts), Saturday November 26 at 9 p.m. at the Jean-Moulin gymnasium.

The Cocc is a solid leader who was able to win at Carbon Blanc (34-37). To remain leader, he will have to impose himself in this always very disputed derby.

Le Teich (9th/7 pts) – Sarlat (8th/9 pts), Saturday November 26 at 9 p.m. in the multipurpose room.

The Sarladais delivered a good cup match in Brive, but the Corréziens (Prénational) were superior and logically won in the second half. This new move seems more within reach of Sarlat, because the Girondins are struggling this season.

Female Prenational

Châtellerault (9th/7 pts) – Ribérac (2nd/15 pts), Saturday November 26 at 9 p.m. at the Sanital gymnasium.

The CAR remains on a draw (26-26) in the derby and a victory by default in the Coupe de France. This new move seems within reach of Caroline Exposito’s partners, because the hosts’ start to the season is very sluggish.

Périgord Sud-Ouest B (10th/6 pts) – Gond-Pontouvre (11th/5 pts), Sunday November 27 at 2 p.m. at the Louis-Aragon room in Bergerac.

The young people of PSO are having difficulty this season, even if they remain on a good draw in Ribérac. The reception of the last must make it possible to reap at home the first victory of the season.

female excellence

Périgueux B (12th/5 pts) – Territoire Auxances and Clain (11th/6 pts), Saturday November 26 at 8 p.m. at the Bertran-de-Born gymnasium.

The Périgourdines cling despite a workforce still too small. Reinforcements arrive. The arrival of the TAC, also badly off, is an opportunity for victory not to be missed.

Brive B (8th/12 pts) – Sarlat (10th/8 pts), Saturday November 26 at 7 p.m. at the Salle du Colombier in Allassac.

Sarlat remains on a narrow defeat (22-24) against Isle. A victory in the Corrèze neighbor accomplishes the greatest good. If the squad is full, it’s possible.

Under 17 girls

Périgueux (2nd/19 pts) – Saint-Flour (5th/9 pts), Saturday November 26 at 6:30 p.m. at the Bertran-de-Born gymnasium.

The young people of the PHB are co-leaders and already qualified for the rest of the French championship. A victory is expected against the Cantaliennes, but the first leg was very tight (24-25).

Périgord Sud-Ouest (5th/11 pts) – Tournefeuille (4th/13 pts), Saturday November 26 at 6:30 p.m. in the Louis-Aragon room.

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