Sports. TBC returns to victory, Blagnac neutralized… Results of the weekend in Toulouse

Toulouse Basket Club returned to victory on the parquet floor of Sables-d’Olonne (71-85) on Saturday evening. (©Toulouse Basket Club)

This weekend sports hour Toulouse started off pretty well. Who has been in great form lately Utopia AC Ajaccio (2-0) was easily destroyed in the Coupe de France on Saturday, January 21, 2023. Almost at the same time women Toulouse stadium Lost at Stade Bordelais (29-13). Later, BlagnacVisiting Tarbes, Upper Pyrenees left with two points from a draw (29-29).

It then turned into a nightmare for the evening Spacers Heavy defeat Chaumont (3-0) and Toulouse Métropole Basketball punched the ball at home in Villeneuve d’Ascq (55-78). On the other hand, Toulouse Basketball Club, which has two defeats in the league, shined on the floor of Sables-d’Olonne (71-85).

women of BlagnacOriginally challenging ASM Romagnat, this Sunday, January 22 (15:00) ended up not playing due to bad weather in Auvergne. the Toulouse stadium, the only team on deck this Sunday, won the Champions Cup with a narrow header against Ireland from Munster (17-16). Report.

Toulouse Basket Club is rebuilding its image in Les Sables-d’Olonne

Having lost their last two league appearances Toulouse Basketball Club On the Sables-d’Olonne parquet (71-85), on Saturday, January 21, he set off again to achieve a convincing success on behalf of 20.e National day 1.

A convincing victory in the land of Vendée, marked by the exciting and brilliant Cédric André (23 points, 4 rebounds, 3 assists). Above all, it allows the Toros to keep an eye on their rivals who are fiercely fighting for the top 5.

  • Football (French Cup)

Téfécé evicts Ajaccio and climbs at 8there is French Cup final

the contract is executed Utopia. After being surprised by Brest in the league last weekend (1-1), the violets did not fail and won against AC Ajaccio (2-0) in the round of 16 on Saturday, January 21.there is French Cup final.

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Philippe Montanier’s supporters, who were the authors of the slow start of the match, were slow to adjust the situation. The Toulouse team, which was much more dominant in the second act, left the match behind in an instant. Zakaria Abukhlal, well served by Thijs Dallinga, opened the scoring (65e). This was replicated less than three minutes later.

Rafael Ratao took advantage of the tussle between Dallinga and Aboukhlal to extend the lead to two with a superb curling shot (68).e). This success allows Haut-Garonnais to compost its ticket to the 1/8 finals of the competition.

Blagnac drew at Tarbes

Winner of Valence-Romans (20-18), 2e de Nationale for his return to competition last weekend, Blagnac he moved to Tarbes with full confidence. Even if they fought bravely until the end, the two points of the draw (29-29) left Caouecs Maurice-Trélut on behalf of the 16s on Saturday, January 21.e National day.

The start of the match was in favor of blagnacais. Antoine Renaud, author of two penalties (6e16e), allowed him to control his people. But less than three minutes later, the locals scored the first try of the match through Mariano Filomeno (19).e) and lead. Lead dug by Anthony Fuertes’ boots (26e40e40e), although Antoine Renaud reduced the score (39th), which allowed the tarbais to take the lead at halftime (16-9).

Returning from the dressing room, the two teams distinguished themselves again with a goal duel. But the more enterprising Caouecs scored two tries, signed by Marco Rauth (58).e) and Paul Ravier (64e). Just when they thought they had won, Blagnacais missed a penalty try on the gong. This draw allows Hauts-Garonnais to retain 5e square.

  • Rugby (Elite 1 Women)

Stade Toulouse women fall hard at Stade Bordelais

In this clash of 5e Women’s Elite 1 day, the Toulouse stadium Stade Bordelais (29-13) did not weigh in on the turf on Saturday, January 21. The first act was almost one-sided, the fault especially the red and two yellow cards collected on the black side (9)e18e).

Through Justine Pelletier, the Girondins entered the match well (10e), penalty attempt (17e) and Mabinty Sylla (21e), crossed the line three times. Half an hour into the game, as the debate heated up, Laurali Dedi tried to give Toulouse a chance to get their heads out of the water a bit (30).e).

The second half was fairer. Pauline Bourdon accurately executed the penalty (50e) before Gaëlle Delord managed to climb Bordeaux (72)e). But for the group, Gaëlle Hermet was not enough to turn the tide, which even earned a new test for the siren. This second defeat of the season limits the Hauts-Garonnaises to 4e square.

Spacer’s suffered their 3rd straight loss to Chaumont

The Spacer is swamped down the negative spiral. This Saturday, January 21, Toulouse volleyball players suffered their third consecutive defeat (3:0) in the championship at the Chaumont hall in the 17th round.e League A day.

Hauts-Garonnais, fighting and not stingy with effort, dropped the first two sets (25-20, 26-24). In the third, Toulouse completely fell apart, 25-14. With this new defeat, Spacer fell to 12e place and move away from the top 8 synonymous with qualification to the final stage of the championship.

Toulouse Métropole Cart designed by Villeneuve d’Ascq

This clash of extremes, both geographically and hierarchically, between Toulouse Metropolis Basketball and Villeneuve d’Ascq did not work wonders. The Pioneers fell heavily in front of the crowd on Saturday, January 21, against the Northerners (55-78) as part of a 10.e LFB day.

However, Xavier Noguera’s ruthless and united patrons have long cast doubt on the team’s form at the moment. Led by only five junior units at halftime, the Toulousaines completely fell apart in the third quarter and were outshot 8-27.

Although Hauts-Garonnaises leveled the situation in the last quarter (15-14), they could never make up for this delay. This eighth consecutive defeat limits the players of the Pink City to the penultimate place in the championship.

Stade Toulouse beat Munster to finish unbeaten

the Toulouse stadium 4/4 is taken. The Reds and Blacks ran out pain-free against Munster Irish (20-16) on Sunday, January 22, on the fourth and final day of the Champions Cup.

From the beginning, the five-time European champions applied their own rules. Two penalties scored by Melvin Jaminet (3e17e), Juan Cruz Mallia (8e), allowed Toulouse to keep the Irish at bay. But the latter did not come to Ernest-Vallon to correct the numbers. Devastated John Hodnett crossed the line, well supported by Jean Klein (31).e). Five short minutes later a penalty from Joey Carbery brought Munster within three (11-8).

After returning from the dressing room, Antoine Dupont’s partners folded for the second time. Experienced Tadhg Beirne came through to give the Munstermen a first-time advantage (49).e). But Melvyn Jaminet’s reliable boot (58e67e72e), interrupted by a penalty by Healy (61e) and a yellow card to the last one (69e), sealed the result of the match in favor of Toulouse.

This fourth win in as many games allows Toulouse to finish second in their pool behind La Rochelle. They will take on the Bulls (South Africa) in the 1/8 finals of the competition.

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