Basketball – Women’s Regional 2: Pradines Lot Basket begins the semi-finals for the champion title

Basketball – Women’s Regional 2: Pradines Lot Basket begins the semi-finals for the champion title
Basketball – Women’s Regional 2: Pradines Lot Basket begins the semi-finals for the champion title

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After a very good regular season rewarded by accession to the pre-national, Pradines Lot Basket plays, in two-way matches, the semi-finals of the Women’s Regional 2 championship.

Tomorrow Sunday, the Pradines Lot Basket senior team 1 will be in Bouloc (31) to play its semi-final first leg against Vacquiers-Bouloc, the return match taking place on Sunday June 2 at 3:30 p.m. at the Cabessut sports complex in Cahors. In the event of success in both matches, the final will take place on June 8 or 9 on neutral ground against the winning team of the other semi-finals. The opportunity to take stock with coach Eldon Keïta.
How did you experience this season?
We started with very serious preparation, with a weekend of cohesion and friendly matches, which is the basis for getting off to a good start and hoping to succeed. Unfortunately, with the injury of our captain Kiara Mahobah in the 2nd championship match, we were immediately faced with a squad problem, Elise Couderc, Lola Conéjéro, Cécile Lavinal and Gwenaëlle Galle having also joined the current infirmary of the season. I would like to congratulate the entire team, the good results are those of the entire group.
More generally, this season was also the confirmation of the important and concrete work carried out for years on the youth teams, which made it possible to rebuild this team 1, which had experienced a difficult last season with the cessation of many executives for family and professional reasons.
Today, I am proud of my group which was able to show character at important moments while conveying good attitudes on the pitch, even in the face of very difficult adversities at times, with a wonderful and positive atmosphere off the pitch. The strength of a team is its state of mind, and our motto is: work, solidarity, pleasure.
What state of mind are you in before this first away match?
I am calm as I have been throughout the season, I have confidence in my players. Certainly, our goal has been achieved, but the opportunity to play in a regional semi-final is just as exciting. We will enjoy every moment of these meetings.
What lessons do you learn from your years of experience in women’s basketball?
Women’s basketball has seen sudden growth in recent years, although there is still a long way to go. We must direct investors towards this sport to help clubs structure themselves and continue to train young players, but above all so that clubs can exist as long as possible!

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