National: RC Massy ends its season with a big victory

National: RC Massy ends its season with a big victory
National: RC Massy ends its season with a big victory

Last game of the season National for the RC Massy hosted CS Vienne at the Jules Ladoumègue stadium. A match where the Massicois made the powder speak with nine tries scored and a double of Lowen Trumeau. Dominant at the break (26-12); the RCME accelerated in the second act to offer itself a wider victory. CS Vienna will have to play a play-off match against the finalist of Nationale 2 to keep its place in Nationale next season.

After 12 years at the club, Benjamin Pray, author of a try, played his 250th and last match under the Massicois colors. A match record hailed by the RCME. Additionally, the opener Hugo Verdu who will join CA Brive (Pro D2) and coach Jean-Baptiste Di Martin also said goodbye to the National club.

The Ile-de-France residents finished in ninth place in the ranking with 70 points. On the other hand, its neighbor RC Suresnes, which finished fifth with 80 points, will play the final stages of accession to Pro D2. Indeed, despite its defeat against Narbonne (16-27), the Suresnois are qualified and will challenge Albi in the play-offs next week.

The match sheet

  • RC Massy – CS Vienne: 62-17 (26-12)
  • Referee: Mr. Guatelli
  • Massy:
    Tests: Poipy (7th), Prier (9th), Rousset (14th), Trumeau (25th, 64th), Loubiere (52nd), Preira (58th), Joly (61st), Verdu (79th); transformations: Verdu (7th, 9th, 14th, 52nd, 58th, 64th, 79th); penalty: Verdu (75th)
  • Vienna:
    Test: Gibiere (8th), Grange (16th), Chapelle (46th); transformation: Hager (8th)
  • Massy:
    Gogoladze – Preira, Seigneuret, Jacomme, Sitauti (Trumeau, 7th) – Verdu, Prier – Loubière (captain), Nollet, Vidoni – Mahu, Rousset – Ferrer, Duclieu, Poipy
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