West Aveyron in hand, Druelle II hopes for a miracle

West Aveyron in hand, Druelle II hopes for a miracle
West Aveyron in hand, Druelle II hopes for a miracle

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This weekend takes place the final day in district and particularly in elite. With suspense on every level.

With only one move from D1 to R3 this season, the only ticket is worth a lot. And there are only two clubs left in the race, Ouest Aveyron (first, 45 points) and Comtal II (second, 44 points), to win the star at the end of this last day played in two stages, in accordance with departmental regulations. and despite the questions that this may raise in terms of equity (our Wednesday edition). Saint-Georges and Saint-Geniez, who had hoped for a long time, had to lay down their arms. But the Marmots, promoted and authors of a very good season, still have a role of referees to play by coming to change the OAF, in Villeneuve tomorrow (7 p.m.).

Comtal II in ambush just in case…

Coach Romain Issaly’s players have all the cards in hand to conclude after an almost perfect exercise and only two defeats. He wants to play down the drama. “ It’s a match like any other. If you win, you move up. If you don’t win, there is a good chance of finishing 2nd and staying in D1. There is no more enthusiasm than usual because we are a very family club and it is a weekend during which there are a lot of youth tournaments. We are much more focused on the whole club and training than on a single team“, assures the technician from Ouest Aveyron. With one point ahead of Comtal II, victory is, whatever he says, obligatory to celebrate a coveted championship title, tomorrow evening.

Comtal II will have to turn into supporters of Saint-Geniez to hope to play, the next day at 3 p.m. in Aguessac, a prestigious meeting and not for butter. “They (OAF) have all the cards in hand, we will wait for the result. We knew we were first without being first for a moment given OAF’s late match. But for a promoted player, we had a great season. We didn’t think we could make the climb“, is satisfied and hopes for his part the Sebaz coach, Jesus Arca.

Salles-Curan condemned, waiting for R3 descents

Meanwhile, at the bottom of the ranking, if Salles-Curan (12th) is already condemned, Druelle II (11th) can still hope for a miracle, mathematically at least, to save himself. For this to happen, the Druellois would have to win and Lévézou (10th) lose at home against Saint-Georges. Complicated, just one point is enough for JSL players to maintain their position. Be careful, however, the tenths or even ninths remain threatened by the R3 Aveyron descents.

At the moment T, only Rieupeyroux is condemned to a return to D1. But Saint-Affrique (pool B) and Le Monastère or Le Buisson (pool D) are not yet saved. Lévézou, Naucelle and Aguessac or even Espalion may be affected and could have to wait until the last day of the League next week to know their fate.

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