“Le Parisien” returns every weekend to all the results and highlights of sporting events in Ile-de-France.
PSG dominates Créteil, Ivry honors its former player who died too soon
It didn't take long.
Manhandled for almost 50 minutes by Créteil in the derby of the 4th day, the Parisian French champion then made the powder speak.
The players from the capital were able to count on the effectiveness of their Polish pivot Kamil Syprzak, author of 12 goals including 4 penalties (35-26).
Friday, Ivry comfortably dominated the promoted Sélestat by scoring 38 goals, which had not happened since 2008!
The Val-de-Marnais club especially paid tribute to Ahmed Hadjali, one of its elders, who died Thursday at the age of 46.
It's for Amchi tonight ❤️🖤
📸 @GrolleauRobin pic.twitter.com/FwzPvrFnLl
— US Ivry Handball (@USIvryHB) September 30, 2022
In Proligue, Pontault, still undefeated after four days, clearly won (38-29) at home against Nancy, relegated from Starligue.
Tremblay wins in Strasbourg (35-30).
Massy falls at home against Bordeaux (24-28), surprising leader that the Pontellois will challenge next Friday.
Zero points for volleyball players
Difficult to do worse as an introduction.
After a long off-season, the clubs of Paris and Plessis-Robinson began the Ligue A season this Saturday. The two representatives from the Ile-de-France region, who are aiming for the playoffs, have taken two great lessons.
Paris started the new financial year with a poor performance at Nantes-Rezé.
Julian Weisigk's teammates (10 points) held on in the second without managing to pick up the scoreboard and the Nantes people rolled out (25-17, 28-26, 25-14).
In Chaumont, winner of the Coupe de France and candidate for the title of champion, Le Plessis-Robinson hung on during the first two sets before letting go in the third (21-25, 23-25, 15-25).
A reaction is already expected next week at home against Cambrai, who won against Toulouse.
LE #CVB52 won at home for the first day of #LigueAM @LNVofficiel against @prvball92 pic.twitter.com/NjwNmABNCo
— CHAUMONT VOLLEY BALL 52 (@CVB52HM) October 1, 2022
In basketball, Boulogne-Levallois can fly to Las Vegas
Boulogne-Levallois logically dominated Le Portel on Friday (92-82), racing in the lead all match and with a 15-point lead at half-time of this advanced meeting of the 3rd day of Betclic Élite.
The Senegalese Ibrahima Faye (26 points, 6 rebounds) and Victor Wembanyama (19 points, 6 rebounds) gave the visitors no chance.
Vincent Collet's Metropolitans can fly to the United States, where two gala matches in Las Vegas await them against high school students.
The opportunity for Victor Wembanyama to compete against leader Scoot Henderson, the two men being promised the first two ranks of the 2023 NBA draft. stop more and Nanterre which fell at Fos.
BOULOGNE-LEVALLOIS - Le Portel 92-82;
Fos/Mer - NANTERRE 87-84.
National 1 (F)
Group A: Roanne - SEALS 60-65;
SANNOIS St GRATIEN-Asvel 65-64.
(4th day): IVRY - Sélestat 38-32;
PSG - CRETEIL 35-26.
(4th day): MASSY - Bordeaux 24-28;
PONTAULT-COMBAULT - Nancy 38-29;
(7th day): CERGY - Bordeaux 7-5.
Top 14 (5th day): Bordeaux-Bègles - STADE FRANCAIS 15-10;
La Rochelle-RACING 92 24-19.
(1st day, Saturday, 8 p.m.): Chaumont - LE PLESSIS-ROBINSON 3-0;
Nantes-Rezé - PARIS 3-0.