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Top 14: Castres finally finds colors, Perpignan leaves the red zone,


Perpignan comes out of the red zone, La Rochelle is doing well... Find all the results of the Top 14 multiplex.

The UBB sinks Brive

Traveling to Brive with a Lucu-Jalibert hinge, the UBB won in Brive (7-28) thanks to two tries from Buros and Jalibert.

Brive, in addition to having experienced the injuries of Sanchez and Galletier, is sinking a little further into the crisis and retains its last place in the standings.

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Jalibert was important for his return.


Castres finally gives itself some air

In great difficulty with three consecutive defeats and a change of manager, the CO was in a hurry before receiving Lyon, one of the teams in form at the moment.

And Castres reacted well by winning on his lawn against a too undisciplined LOU (27-22).

End of series for Lyon which remained on four successes in a row.

Castres gets some air.


La Rochelle is doing well against Pau

The Rochelais take second place by winning in Pau after a spectacular match (32-36).

The Rochelais scored 5 penalties with, in particular, 26 points from the former Pau precisely Antoine Hastoy.

Pau is currently penultimate and virtually a play-off.

Antoine Hastoy was excellent on Saturday.


Perpignan continues its crazy series

What a comeback from the USAP!

The Catalans, by winning 31 to 27 against Bayonne, finally come out of the red zone (12th).

Led, once again, by a great Tristan Tedder, Patrick Arlettaz's men gave themselves a breath of fresh air while Bayonne stalled on the outside but remained sixth.

Tristan Tedder was excellent against Bayonne.


Source: lefigaro

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