this time all the regional clubs are on deck

Champcevinel (4th/3 pts) – Ruelle/Mornac (3rd/3 pts), Saturday September 24 at 9 p.m. at the Sermonces gymnasium.

The HBCC was able to show itself to be dominant in La Rochelle by fairly quickly securing a gap. This victory (25-29) is a good omen for one of the favorites but be careful not to get drunk because the arrival of Ruelle deserves caution.

Male Excellence

Lalinde (5th/3 pts) – Saintes B (7th/2 pts), Saturday September 24…

Champcevinel (4th/3 pts) – Ruelle/Mornac (3rd/3 pts), Saturday September 24 at 9 p.m. at the Sermonces gymnasium.

The HBCC was able to show itself to be dominant in La Rochelle by fairly quickly securing a gap. This victory (25-29) is a good omen for one of the favorites but be careful not to get drunk because the arrival of Ruelle deserves caution.

Male Excellence

Lalinde (5th/3 pts) – Saintes B (7th/2 pts), Saturday September 24 at 9 p.m. at the Port-de-Couze gymnasium.

The Lindois got off to a good start by winning (27-28) at the end of the match at Gond-Pontouvre. Facing a good team, Christophe Grellaud’s players always stayed in contact before taking an advantage in money time. The arrival of the reservists from Saintes will make it possible to better situate the capacities of Lind.

Female Prenational

Mignaloux-Beauvoir (6th/1 pt) – Ribérac (2nd/3 pts), Saturday September 24 at 7 p.m. at the Mignaloux gymnasium.

For lack of a gymnasium, the long marathon of travel started well for the CAR. He won (29-38) in Angoulême, relegated from N3F. After taking a 10-goal lead, the green and yellow resulted in striving to retain their advantage. Traveling to the Poitou suburbs can hold a team of good surprises but the risk of being incomplete.

Grand Poitiers B (8th/1 pt) – Périgord Sud-Ouest (7th/1 pt), Sunday September 25 at 2 p.m. at the Bois d’amour high school gymnasium in Poitiers.

PSO lost a game within reach at home against La Rochefoucauld (27-30). After dominating the first half, Edouardo Figueredo’s players died out in the second half. The trip to Poitevin land promises to be tricky.

female excellence

Sarlat and Périgueux B will be in Pool B with Capo Limoges, Isle, Brive B, Panazol, Territoire Auxances and Clain, Haut Poitou, Vivonne, Celles C, Sud Deux-Sèvres and Saint-Yrieix-sur-Charente. Only the Capo seems above the lot in this pool which should therefore be very open. On Saturday 24, Sarlat will start in Saint-Yrieix at 7 p.m. and Périgueux B in Vendeuvre-du-Poitou at 9 p.m.

male honor

Sarlat, Coulounieix-Chamiers, Périgord Sud-Ouest and Champcevinel B/Saint-Astier will be checked in Pool C with Bègles, Langon, Le Teich, Carbon-Blanc/Saint-Loubès, Casteljaloux, Brax/Nérac and Biscarrosse. The Girondins were to play the leading roles but the Périgourdins have all the means to ensure their maintenance. PSO and Champcevinel B/Saint-Astier can even claim the climb. To start, Sarlat will go to Biscarrosse on Saturday 24 at 9 p.m., Coulounieix-Chamiers will receive Bègles on Saturday 24 at 9 p.m. at Tocane and Champcevinel B/Saint-Astier will welcome Brax/Nérac on Saturday 24 at 7 p.m. at Sermonces. OSP is exempt.

Under 17 girls

Tournefeuille (2nd/4 pts) – Périgord Sud-Ouest (4th/4 pts), Saturday September 24 at 6 p.m. at the Quefet gymnasium.

Renaud Garrigue’s players took the thunder against Bègles (19-38), well above the lot in this pool. Traveling to the Toulouse suburbs seems much more affordable.

Saint-Flour (5th/2 pts) – Périgueux (1st/6 pts), Sunday September 25 at 2 p.m. at the intermunicipal sports complex.

The Périgourdines did not make a detail (51-17) against Limoges. The two qualifying places were to be played between Périgueux, Rodez and Clermont-Ferrand. So we mustn’t lose points in Cantal.

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