Paris Basket falls in Bercy, Nanter sinks in Dijon … It was your sporting weekend in Ile-de-France

Like every weekend, Le Parisien takes a look at all the results and highlights of sporting events involving clubs in the Ile-de-France region.

Disappointment: The Paris Basket collapses at the Accor Arena

BASKETBALL. In front of 10,000 people, in an exceptionally competitive match at the Accor Arena, Paris Basketball had long believed they could beat ASVEL. Carried by the crowd, Will Weaver’s players tied with the French champions for three quarters, but eventually succumbed (69-86) despite Tyrone Wallace’s 21 points (in 35 minutes).

A 24-12 last-half defeat saw the Parisians end their four-game winning streak in the league. They remain in 11th place in the classification of Betclic Elite and give air to the executioners of the evening.

Relapse: Nanterre sinks against Dijon

BASKETBALL. The glow was short-lived. A week after their success on the Limoges floor, Nanterre relapsed on Saturday when they hosted JDA Dijon at home. Losing 68-88, the Parisians shined through the first two quarters before falling behind by 20 points at halftime. A gap they can never bridge.

Facing the fiery David Holston, Nanterriens was unable to do anything, amputated from multiple injuries. Only Benjamin Sene (16 points) and Miralem Halilovic (15 points) crossed the 10-point streak. The final success is too little to believe. Nanterre are struggling to get out of the red zone and sit 13th in the Betclic Elite standings, just one win from penultimate.

Respect for logic: overthrown by Paris Tours

VOLLEYBALL. The Parisians were on their way to a poor performance against the leaders of Ligue A volleyball. Although his opponent had already lost last week, the Parisians pocketed the first set. But Touraneaux secured the French runner-up status to win in four sets (25-22, 19-25, 27-29, 21-25).

This defeat, together with Sète’s success against Saint-Nazaire (3-0), pushed Paris Volley to ninth position in the championship, with only the top eight qualifying for the playoffs.

Elimination: The race continued on the water in Dublin

RUGBY. To keep alive their slim hopes of qualifying for the round of 16, Racing 92 were forced to make a breakthrough on Leinster’s turf in Dublin, so far unbeaten in the Champions Cup. The Île-de-France residents kept the flame alive for an hour, taking the lead even after Christian Wade’s (48th) effort came back from the dressing room. Before collapsing completely, Ireland eased into their attacks (36-10).

After conceding four tries (six in the entire match) in the space of a quarter of an hour, Laurent Travers’ men crashed out at the group stage for the first time since 2017. will face the Johannesburg Lions.

Schedule: “Stade Français” will host “Lyon” in April

The posters for the 1/8 final stage of the Challenge Cup are already known. If Racing will travel to South Africa, the Stade Français will host LOU in Jean-Bouin on the weekend of April 1 and 2. The French stadium confirmed qualification on Saturday with two bonus points in Treviso (a 35-32 defeat), thanks in particular to tries from Kylian Hamdaoui and Sekou Macalou.

Six teams from the top 14 will play in the 1/8 finals of the “minor” European Cup, won by LOU last year and Stade Français in 2017.


BASKETBALL. Betclic Elite (Day 18): NANTERRE – Dijon: 68-88; PARIS BASKETBALL – Asvel: 69-86. The Metropolitans won the advanced match on Wednesday at Foss (82-83)..

HANDBALL. European League (women): Vaji (Hon) – PARIS 92: 27-26

ICE HOCKEY. Magnus League (Day 34): Furies – CERGY-PONTOISE: 4-5.

RUGBY. Champions Cup (Day 4): Leinster (Ireland) – RACING 92: 36-10

VOLLEYBALL. League A (Day 17): PARIS – Rounds: 1-3; LE PLESSIS-ROBINSON – Narbonne: 1-3. Women’s A League (Day 16): Saint-Raphaël – STADE FRANCAIS PARIS SAINT-CLOUD: 1-3. Levallois – Chamalier will be played on February 1.

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