Capdenac comes across a bone in Blagnac, Rodez still alive!

Capdenac comes across a bone in Blagnac, Rodez still alive!
Capdenac comes across a bone in Blagnac, Rodez still alive!

If before moving to Blagnac yesterday, the Capdenacois could still on paper hope to play the climb to N2 during the final day next Sunday, it is ultimately the maintenance that will have to be sought on the banks of the Lot, facing , what’s more, at the heart of the hen, Meudon. The fault lies with an armada brought out by the Toulouse suburbs yesterday, giving Aveyron a setback, the second of the season, 5-1, logically. And yet, it was against the Toulouse “star”, the former 32nd world player Pablo Andujar, that the Aveyron point was taken, 6-4 6-4, by the British Marcus Willis. A point which could also not be anecdotal if the Capdenacois were to escape… on match average.

Suspense next Sunday

A match-average which could also count strongly just a few kilometers away, in Rodez, where the women’s team, promoted to N3 and still last, will welcome Périgueux (beaten yesterday 6-0 for the 2nd time) with the maintenance in line in sight! Indeed, thanks to the draw obtained yesterday on the outdoor greensets of Riom, Charlène Roualdès’ gang remains alive in the race to maintain the national level. To avoid the last two relegated places, they will first have to win against the Périgourdines, but also count on a setback or a draw for the Riomoises. Given that the current other relegated players are moving to the top Nantes team, this seems playable. But to avoid taking out the calculators in Vabre, the Ruthénoises will have to win at least 5-1. Because a 4-2 success would send their fate to be decided in set-average. A Sunday ahead with double tension!

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