New sports weekend except for soccer. “Le Parisien” invites you to analyze and decipher the results of the main clubs in Ile-de-France.
Derby Weekend: When Metropolitan Style is on the Wire Nanterre
Basketball. The Hauts-de-Seine derby has delivered on all its promises. The Metropolitans are still at the top of the tournament, and they manage to beat Nanterre after a breathtaking showdown. However, Boulogne-Levallois thought they did the hardest part by winning the first three quarters. But without relying on the mental strength of Pascal Donadio’s players, who grabbed the extension to catch up with a ten-point lead in the last quarter. During overtime playing, the Metropolitan made the difference to win the wire (104-102). A success that allows them to forget their elimination in the European Cup quarter-final on Wednesday in Valencia (98-85).
Weekend Popular Success: Mo imposes himself in a warm atmosphere
sports. After two years of abstinence, gymnastics fans in general and the top 12 in particular were back on Saturday in Mo. In their gym in Frank-Leboeuf, Patrick Andriani’s girls easily won against the Colomiers (32-16) on day three. Led by Marine Boyer, who qualified for the Rio Games in 2016 and then in Tokyo in 2021 and Astra Nilo, the 12-year-old gymnast, Seine-et-Marnaises made short work of their opponent today. Thanks to this victory, Mo wins Group 3 and finds himself qualified for the Top 12 semi-finals alongside Hagueno, Afwen and Schiltigheim.
Weekend tornado: Pontolet fissures in Cherbourg
handball. It was the shock of the day at Proligue. After tying for second place, Cherbourg and Pontolet met to secure Dolphin Avery’s place, and he has already confirmed that he will return to Starligue. Second place is necessary because it guarantees a place in the semi-finals of the playoffs and makes it possible to escape from an always difficult playoff. After a good start to the match, Sherif Hamani’s players came halfway with their lead in the first half (11-13). Everything was still going well in the 46th minute (22-23) but a terrible last quarter-hour ruined Seine-et-Marnais’ hopes, and finally crushed (32-26).
Successful return of the weekend: Grand Paris Sud is full
Road racing. With over a thousand participants, the 21st edition of the Grand Paris Sud has made its comeback and transformation. After being interrupted by the health crisis, de Senart’s previous marathon turned out successfully. Having become this year’s Grand Paris Sud half marathon, the event has been reviewed and corrected by the organizers. Exit the departure point in Tigery and arrive at Combs-la-Ville, from now on everything happens in Carré-Sénart with departures and arrivals at Lieusaint. With over a thousand participants, the organizers made their comeback under the rising sun. In the half marathon, the victory went to the Ethiopian Tora Kombi Beshear (US metro) in 1 hour 10 46 minutes. Carol Tardefaux (USA Perry) wins the women’s class with a time of 1 hour 16 50 minutes. There was also a 10km run with Alexandre Mane (Savigny Senart) victories at 31-52′ and Anis Cominer (La Muette) at 33-54′.
baseball. Section 1. Montaigne-Le Bretonneux (1st) – Metz (4th): 8-0, 8-3.
Basketball. Elite BetClic (the thirty-first day). Boulogne Levalloy (1) – Nanterre (9): 104-102; Paris (14) – Orleans (16): 93-94.
sports. TOP 12 WAG (the third day). MEAUX – Colomiers: 32-16, Saint-Etienne – COMBS: 32-16. Top 12 Games (the third day). Noisy Le Grand – Velizy: 29-19.
handball. Liqui Moly Stars League (Twenty-fourth day). Creteil (11) – San Rafael (8): 32-33; Dunkirk (12) – Paris Saint-Germain (1) 24-37. Proleague (the twenty-seventh day). TREMBLAY (6) – IVRY (1): 35-33, Massey (8) – Caen (10): 29-40, Cherbourg (2) – Pontolet (III): 32-26. Dory Energy Cooker (Twenty-third day). Chambray (sixth) – Paris 92 (third): 25-27.
Football. Top 14 (Twenty-fourth day). Pau (10) – Race 92 (4): 21-42, Claremont (8) – St Francis (11): 29-26.
volleyball. League A, playoffs (the sixth day). Cannes (sixth) – Le Plessis Robinson (second): 3-1.