The recap of the weekend: the footballers at the party, the basket less successful
Through Aline Chatel
updated on 29 Jan 23 at 20:15
Stade Caennais recovers with a defeat. Traveling to Évreux after a very long truce caused partly closed by the cascade of land, he lost 18-6 in Federal 3 this Sunday, January 29.
Dover reserve team relaunches in basket thanks to its great success on Calais (83-63). The Douvraises are ninth. On the other hand, the Ifs reserve remains desperately in the red lantern of NF3, beaten 51-41 by Gravenchon.
Carpiquet scores an important victory in front of the Rennes EC reserve in National 2 women’s volley (3-2). The Carpionnes keep their heads well above water. ASPTT Caen has received a new correction against the leader, Nantes (0-3).
Mixed Saturday evening in the basket
Mondeville concedes an extremely detrimental to Aulnoye, direct competitor for the maintenance (72-66). Without Shanavia Dowdell, still dismissed and even absent from the scoresheet, USOM cracked in the last quarter. It gets a little more complicated…
Ifs falls back into its ways. After having dominated the match for a long time, the Ifoises were beaten by three points by Le Havre at home (69-72). Definitely…
Dover smiles again. After two slaps, the Douvraises clearly beat the red lantern of National 2, Saturday evening (79-57). They remain in the playoff race.
stop shot for the Mondeville reserve team in basket! Still deprived of several key players, promoted with the pros, she struggled to find the way to the net. Defeat 58-50.
On the boys side, Union Caen-Hérouville moved up to third place thanks to its logical success over the red lantern, Paris Basket Avenir (86-69). Disappointment for ASPTT Caen, beaten by Orléans 85-97. Postal workers suffer a slack.
A good evening from R1
Stade Malherbe Caen had to settle for a draw in Ligue 2 against Laval (0-0). After a sluggish first half, the Caennais raised their voices when they returned from the locker room without succeeding in forcing the decision. Second place is slipping away.
Mondeville breathe better in Regional 1! The Mondevillais beat Argentan 1-2 with goals from Bryan Botuly and Samy Maridhi.
After the defeats of Verson against Deauville in R1 and of the SM Caen reserve against Racing Club de France in National 2, footballers continue to feed the sports news of the day.
L’ASPTT Caen to resume the season with authority, this Saturday, January 28. The leader of Regional 1 won 4-0 on his lawn against his runner-up, the reserve of Granville. Alex Quitté signed a double, Théo Burnouf also scored, in addition to one but against his camp from the opposing goalkeeper.
The Awkwardness resumed their march forward in Bayeux thanks to a 2-0 victory. Brice Maurin and Baptiste Gourio have been marked.
SATURDAY 28 JANUARY
Ligue 2. Caen 0 – 0 Laval (read the article)
Regional 1. Deauville 3 – 1 version
Bayeux 0 – 2 Awkwardness (read the article)
ASPTT Caen 4 – 0 Granville B (read the article)
Argentan 1 – 2 Mondeville
League 2. Aulnoye 72 – 66 Mondeville
National 1 female. If 69 – 72 Le Havre
Women’s National 2. Dover 79 – 57 Wasquehal
Bihorel 58 – 50 Mondeville B
Men’s National 3. Radio-Canada/Herouville 86 – 69 Paris Future
ASPTT Caen 85 – 97 Orleans
Elite League. Villeneuve 8 – 2 Caen
SUNDAY JANUARY 29
Women’s National 2. ASPTT Caen 0 – 3 Nantes
Carpiquet 3 – 2 Rennes
Women’s National 3. Dover B 83 – 63 Calais
Gravenchon 51 – 41 B B
Federal 3. Evreux 18 – 6 Stade Caennais
Regional 1 female. Gonfreville 1 – 5 AG Caen
Women’s Normandy Cup. Le Sap 0 – 17 SM Caen
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