Since last season, "Le Parisien" has been reporting every weekend on all the results and highlights of sporting events involving clubs in the Île-de-France region.
The great victory: Stade Français outclasses Castres and remains runner-up
Castres will only have resisted for three short minutes.
From the start of the match, Stade Français took the lead, thanks to a penalty try granted after a high tackle.
The Parisians never let go of their advantage, solid and disciplined.
Our Parisians dominate Castres at home after a huge fight!
Congratulations @CastresRugby for the showdown.#SFPCO |
🌸 26 - 7 🔵 |
— Stade Français Paris (@SFParisRugby) January 7, 2023
By winning this Saturday at Jean Bouin, the Stadistes chain their fourth consecutive victory, and consolidate their place as runner-up, just three points behind Toulouse.
At the lower level, in Pro D2, it was Massy who shone this weekend.
Good last in the championship, the Essonniens created a surprise by winning against Vannes, claiming the final stages (18-14).
A victory that is good for the Ile-de-France club, since it is only Massic's fourth success this season in Pro D2.
The good operation: Paris Basket goes up in the rankings
Paris Basket continues its momentum, and has just celebrated its third consecutive victory in Betclic Elite.
In Fos-sur-Mer, the Parisians emerged victorious from a very defensive match, which ended with a score of 65 to 72.
It was in particular the fine performance of the American Tyrone Wallace that carried Paris to victory.
The former NBA player had 18 points, 7 rebounds and 3 assists.
But the other man of the match is one of the nuggets of French basketball, Ismaël Kamagate, author of 14 points, 5 rebounds and 2 blocks.
When he was on the floor, his team scored 15 points more than Fos-sur-Mer in total, enough to make the difference in a closed match.
Who can stop them?
With 21 rating each, @TyWallace661 and @iampaslong are our MVPs of the match at Fos 💥 pic.twitter.com/Q8uJg1t22x
— Paris Basketball (@ParisBasketball) January 7, 2023
An unspectacular meeting which will not have delighted all the spectators, but which will at least have allowed Paris Basket to collect less than 70 points for the first time this season.
Parisian victory this Friday evening therefore, but defeat of Nanterre the next day.
Against Cholet, the Hauts-de-Seine club failed to create a surprise, and lost 78 to 84.
The counter-performance: zero points for Ile-de-France volleyball
It's a weekend to forget for clubs in the region.
For both men and women, the Ile-de-France teams have had a string of defeats in recent days.
It was first Le Plessis-Robinson who started the losing streak this Saturday evening, losing against Tourcoing in the Men's League A (1-3).
A new defeat which does not help his accounting situation, since he is positioned in the penultimate place of the classification.
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A little later, Paris Volley lost against Montpellier.
But the Parisians were able to stand up to the reigning French champions, and take them to an unfortunate tie-break (3-2).
🔥 MONTPELLIER 🆚 PARIS 🔥
End of the match
Despite a tie-break well underway from our Parisians, it is the reigning French champions @MHSCVolley who wins this match.
See you next Saturday for the reception of @Team_NVB in Charpy.
GO PARIS !
— Paris Volleyball (@ParisVolley75) January 7, 2023
In Women's League A, the record is no better.
Second in the standings, Stade Français Paris Saint-Cloud lost at home to Terville Florange (1-3).
The Levallois team could not do anything against the Nantes, leaders of the championship (3-0).
(15th day): STADE FRANÇAIS - Castres 26-7;
Montpellier - RACING 92 (9:05 p.m.);
(16th day): MASSY - Vannes 18-14;
(16th day): Fos-sur-Mer - PARIS 62-75;
NANTERRE - Cholet 78-84
Men's League A
(15th day): Montpellier - PARIS 3-2;
Plessis-Robinson - Tourcoing 1-3;
Women's A League
(14th day): Nantes - LEVALLOIS 3-0;
FRENCH STADIUM PARIS ST-CLOUD - Terville Florange 1-3
(29th day): Nice - CERGY-PONTOISE Postponed;
Caen - NEUILLY-SUR-MARNE 2-1 (AP)