ADA Blois dreams of Final Four

ADA Blois dreams of Final Four
ADA Blois dreams of Final Four

Returned to group B of the elite French championship at the end of the first phase, the U18s of ADA Blois achieved a remarkable second part by finishing first in their group.

This result allowed them to continue their journey in this phase 3, which will offer the winner the title of French champion of elite group B.

Secure one of the first two places

But before knowing the names of the last four contenders, the first six of each group will meet on two sites at the end of the week, in Saint-Jean-de-Braye (Loiret) for Saint-Quentin, Quimper and Dijon and in Argenton- sur-Creuse (Indre) for JSA Bordeaux, Oullins-ste-Foy and ADA Blois.

It is therefore in Indre that the protégés of Corentin Doucet and Moctar Ndir will seek to secure one of the first two places this weekend: “I will have my entire team with extremely motivated boyswelcomes coach Blésois. I just hope that they will not put too much pressure on themselves and that they will concentrate above all on the basketball that we have put in place since the start of the season and not on our opponents. »

JSA Bordeaux, then Oullins

For its first match, the ADA will face JSA Bordeaux this Saturday evening, at 8 p.m. A meeting that will be taken very seriously. “It’s a very good team, insists Corentin Doucet, who plays excellent basketball and has a formidable scorer. It plays well and together. This should make for an interesting opposition. »

Blois will meet again the next morning or early afternoon, depending on the result of the day before, the Lyonnais commuters from Oullins. “Unlike Bordeaux, it is a physical training which is more in the duel and which involves a lot of aggression. It will be two different matches. But if we want to qualify, we will have to adapt and give the best of ourselves, which is what I hope.” continues the local coach.

This Saturday, at 8 p.m. Jean-Moulin gymnasium in Argenton-sur-Creuse, then Sunday, either at 10:30 a.m. or 3:30 p.m.

ADA Blois: Françot, Boyomo, Yimga, Brochot-Carric, Diehi, Lejal, Jagou, Chitou, Mosengo, Traoré, Saha, Arieiro.



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