Schedule and Top 14 results
Ranking Top 14
Antoine Hastoy in his garden
He had spent eleven years on the side of the Paloise Section before joining Stade Rochelais during the last off-season.
Back against his former teammates this Saturday afternoon, the opening half signed a very good performance with 26 points scored (one try, three conversions and five penalties).
He propels his former team to 13th and penultimate place in the standings while his Stade Rochelais club climbs to second place.
Hastoy, congratulated by Seuteni, Botia and Leyds.
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After three consecutive defeats, Castres finally returned to winning ways against Lyon (27-22).
The men of Jérémy Davidson, who signs his first victory with the CO, scored two tries by Dumora and Ardron while Urdapilleta was reassuring against the poles.
The Tarnais give themselves a little air in the standings, win against a team from the top 6 and break the streak of invincibility of the LOU (four matches without defeat).
Castres smiles again.
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The Brivistes were largely defeated at home by the UBB (7-28) and sink to last place in the standings.
Now seven points behind the penultimate, Pau, Patrice Collazo's men can no longer win.
Facing the UBB, the Corréziens suffered too much and were taken by the speed of the Bordeaux-Bèglais three-quarters.
They will move in two weeks to Clermont, for a derby which promises to be explosive.
The bad news is linked to the CAB since Guillaume Galletier left after three minutes of play, while Nicolas Sanchez was evacuated on a stretcher after 20 minutes.
Two absences that should count in the coming weeks.
Matu'u and Brive suffered too much against UBB.
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Paul in danger
The Section Paloise will not have been ridiculous against La Rochelle.
Far from there.
But Sébastien Piqueronnies' men chained a third consecutive defeat and slipped dangerously to 13th place in the standings.
The Béarnais will travel to Bayonne in two weeks for a match which will be relocated to San Sebastian.
Despite a double, Gailleton will not have led his team to success.
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