Sport. News in brief for Friday, November 19


D3: HC Dijon wants to continue in the Marne

Remaining on five straight wins, including four at home, the Dukes – second in Pool C in Division 3, behind Lyon – go to Champigny-sur-Marne (2 v., 3 d.), This Saturday (6.30 p.m.) .


World Cup: Alizée Agier and the Blue in the final

By beating Croatia, Kenya, Colombia and Montenegro, this Friday, the French women’s team will defend their title in the final of the Dubai Worlds on Sunday against Egypt.

In individual, the Semuroise Alizée Agier is playing bronze this Saturday.


A derby for ABCD XV

Crabos and Alamercery return to competition this Saturday in Nevers (from 2:30 p.m.). A derby that Sauveur Tomaso, the coach of the Crabos, wanted to decontextualize: « We are coming out of a big correction suffered against Lou, our goal is to find each other, » he said. “We have to project ourselves in the right direction. We are at 4e day only, there is no danger in the remainder. We want to validate the work done in the state of mind. We know that Nevers have a big team. We are outsiders. We are going to play at the Pré-Fleuri, everything is there to put our heads right. « 

For the Alamercery, the mission is the same.

Table tennis

Federal criterion: 2e tour this weekend

In N1 at Thorigné-Fouillard, the Dijonnais Reda Nemras, who won in N2 at 1er round, joins her club partners Léa Ferney and Cécilia Dehan in the junior B category. Sortir de poule will be in their strings in order to appear well in the final table.

In N2 in Nevers, Léo Pretesacque (Dijon) aims to maintain the juniors for his first participation at this level. The maintenance objective will be in the sights of Martin Moyeux (Chevigny), outclassed in cadets. Departmental in Châtillon-sur-Seine this Saturday, R2 also in Châtillon, Sunday. The R1 have an appointment in Vesoul.

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