Villeneuve-sur-Lot. Rugby: the RCV has started its summer preparation

They were about forty players to meet recently on the facilities of the Myre-Mory stadium for a first training session, under the orders of the new manager David Ardilouze. “Summer preparation is very important because most of the boys will discover the Fédérale 3 and you will have to be physically ready for the start of the championship” advances the Villeneuvois technician. The latter is satisfied with the transfer window achieved for several weeks with quality players in strategic positions, the latest of which is opener Thibaut Malter (USVL). “The technical staff has worked well on recruitment even if we still need a scrum-half and a forward jumper because winning is very important at this level of the competition.” After the holiday homework, the fifteen of Jérôme Colombini will have the opportunity to gauge themselves both physically and technically during friendly meetings scheduled for September 3 against Lauzerte and September 11 in Moissac. Then, it will be time to get into the deep end of F3 with the official opening of the 2022-2023 financial year when Gradignan receives Max Rousié. It will then be necessary to wait a little to attend the two derbies of a very Gironde hen with the Villeneuve-USVL and Villeneuve-Sainte-Livrade posters which will take place respectively on October 23 and December 4. “The main objective is to make an impression at home and remain undefeated” concludes David Ardilouze, really wanting to experience the same emotions with the RCV as with the RCBB last season.

The RCV calendar: RCV-Gradignan on 18/9 (return on 29/12); Pessac-RCV on 25/9 (return on 15/01); RCV-Léognan on 9/10 (return on 22/01); Bazas-RCV on 10/16 (return on 01/29); Villeneuve-USVL on 23/10 (return on 12/02); Stade Foyen-RCV on 6/11 (return on 19/02); RCV-Stade Bordelais on 13/11 (return on 5/03); Stade Blayais-RCV on 27/11 (return on 12/03); RCV-Stade Livradais on 4/12 (return on 2/04).

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