The three clubs of Haute-Garonne are moving this weekend. In Nîmes, facing the leader of Pool 3, Saint-Sulpice will have a lot to do.
> Valence d’Agen – Castanet, tomorrow at 3 p.m.
No friendly match to fill the mini-truce of fifteen days caused by the calendar, but a resumption of the most fruitful training possible for a Castanian formation certainly defeated on its grounds but that the aptly named Vincent Clément does not overwhelm. no way: “We had a very good match against an opponent from Nîmes who is just as good. Only the sideline sector was faulty, for the rest, the content was satisfactory, knowing that we had to wait the last quarter of an hour for Nîmes to really gain the upper hand. ” And the one in which Benjamin Couette is the partner to evoke the roadmap of the weekend in these terms: “We will go to Valence – d’Agen in the continuity of what was undertaken previously”. On the infirmary side, if Ghirardo is doing better, on the other hand, still no Guérin or Moralès or Lenei, the promising pillar consecrated on the shield with the Espoirs de Blagnac last spring.
> Nîmes – Saint-Sulpice, tomorrow at 3:30 p.m.
Without pressure in relation to the imperative of obtaining a result, but certainly not without ambitions either. This is the state of mind of Saint-Sulpicians who are not at all inclined to think that the bar is too high to hope for anything. “You never know, and then each trip is an opportunity to see how we can change our game”, explains Victor Labat, who remembers in doubt the journey made last year at the very start of the season (necessarily !) in Hyères where the challenger had come close to the feat while everyone was making a mountain of the Var host. Among the absent, Dufour, Meneghel and Roquebert, unavailable, but also Bousquet, injured.
> Mazamet-TOEC-TOAC-FCT, tomorrow at 3:30 p.m.
“Just like its coach, Philippe Guicherd, Mazamet is a solid and serious team,” said Damien Toyas with full knowledge of the facts. It is true that since this memorable match for the rise in Federal 1 won on a razor’s edge by the residents of Thoré in spring 2019, the protagonists of this fourth act of the regular phase no longer hold any secrets for some. . In terms of game options in particular. The people of Toulouse who have also come to face Lavaur, know what to expect so much from the accesses of the Black Mountain to the banks of the Agout, from Sidobre to the Sainte-Cécile cathedral, nothing resembles a Tarnais more than a Tarn. If Hernandez is uncertain, another former Columérin, he is already “out”: Clément Lagain in this case, unhappy semi-finalist, against Bayonne, of the French Pro D2 championship, in 2016.