Today, in Paris, the three-quarter wing of RC Auch, Johan Demai-Hamecher, will play the final phase of “L’In extenso Super Seven”, with the Monaco team, of which he is captain.
This Saturday, while the RCA will be in Peyrehorade, the club will also be represented at Paris-la Défense Aréna for the final phase of the “In extenso Super Seven”, a true French pro league of rugby clubs. Monaco Rugby Seven, whose captain is none other than RCA winger Johan Demai-Hamecher.
Since the start of the week, the Auscitain has found his entire team at 7 on the Monegasque rock for the preparation of this final phase under the supervision of manager Frédéric Michalak and his trainer Jérôme Aicardi.
Johan Demai-Hamecher said to himself “delighted to be there, I am a septist at heart, proud and honored that Fred Michalak has entrusted me with the captaincy. The selection of the members of the team was made around our captaincy. state of mind. The result was immediate, it stuck very quickly between all of us. The result will be a cohesion similar to an old band of friends. All this week, we are prepared in Monaco. It is a real one. pleasure to meet the guys and I am keen to do great performances with the team in Paris “.
The competition will begin with the quarter-finals and all matches will be eliminatory in front of the cameras of “Canal Plus”. Apparently, the eight teams qualified for Paris have strengthened, resulting in a one-day competition of a very high level. The team, called by the Auscitain Demai-Hamecher, is one of the possible strengths of the two successes during the winners of the last two tournaments. It is true that the Monegasque formation is rather well equipped with legends of the 7 such as Cécil Afrika, Dan Norton, Harry Mc Nulty and the Auscitain, player of Bègles, great specialist of the 7 that is Paulin Riva, member of the French team and brother of Etienne Riva, RCA. Johan will try for the title with his “Seven” although he specifies that at this stage “there is no favorite”.
Monaco will start the competition in the quarter-finals against La Rochelle and perhaps on Saturday evening Johan Demai-Hamecher will be on the highest step of the Rock, named Prince of Seven.
RCA is already proud of him.