[Résultats] Samantha Grelet (Pouilly-sur-Loire) champion of Nièvre in women’s head to head, Jêrome Rypen and Lionel Ribérol (Châtillon-en-Bazois) in men’s doubles

[Résultats] Samantha Grelet (Pouilly-sur-Loire) champion of Nièvre in women’s head to head, Jêrome Rypen and Lionel Ribérol (Châtillon-en-Bazois) in men’s doubles
[Résultats] Samantha Grelet (Pouilly-sur-Loire) champion of Nièvre in women’s head to head, Jêrome Rypen and Lionel Ribérol (Châtillon-en-Bazois) in men’s doubles

Pouilly pétanque player Samantha Grelet won the Nièvre championship head to head on Sunday May 12 after a fierce duel with Christelle Michot (Châtillon-en-Bazois). In the men’s doubles, Jêrome Rypen and Lionel Ribérol (Châtillon-en-Bazois) won the departmental title.

Samantha Grelet’s 2023-2024 season is definitely a great success. The player was part of the Pouilly-sur-Loire adventure in the Coupe de France this winter. She had greatly contributed to the team reaching the round of 32 of the competition, before being eliminated by Vaulx-en-Velin. Yesterday, she distinguished herself alone, on her training ground, in Pouilly, during the head-to-head women’s Nièvre championship.

premium Samantha Grelet before the 32nd final of the Coupe de France in Pouilly-sur-Loire: “We won’t experience it fifty times”

It even disgusted the players from Châtillon-en-Bazois, although they were experienced. It was first Nadège Acquart, who paid the price in the round of 16 (13-9), then her club partner, Christelle Michot, in the final. The latter, titled in this competition in 2016, had started well, leading 5-2. But the Pouillysoise resisted and did not tremble to conclude (13-10) while the two players were at 10-10. In the meantime, she sharply eliminated Sarah Hitier (Pétanque des Vaux d’Yonne), 13-0 in the quarter, then Mandy Ortica (La Machine) in the semi, 13-4.

The Rypen-Riberol doublet also sacred

In the men’s doubles, it is the pair Jêrome Rypen-Lionel Ribérol (Châtillon-en-Bazois) who are crowned champions of Nièvre, ahead of the duo Kenzo Vermeech-Mickael Metenier (Garchy), whom they beat (13-8 ) finally. They succeed Rudy Steiniger and Ludovic Henrique (Entrains), titled in 2023.

The winners of these two competitions are qualified for the French championship which will take place in Saint-Yrieix (Haute-Vienne), Saturday August 31 and Sunday September 1.

Women’s head to head results:Men’s doubles results:

Martin Lhôte

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