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Landerneau’s third consecutive defeat, Landernen’s reserves win again, a disappointment for Trego Langgio

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This weekend, Landerneau continued his poor start to the season by conceding a third defeat in as many matches in the Women’s League. The result was very different for the reserves of Finistère who retained third place in the N2F by taking control of the future of Rennes. For his part, Trégueux-Langueux has already left the top five after the defeat at Dover.

A dirty week for Landerneau

Landernéennes suffered 2 defeats in 4 days. Tuesday, Finestren moved on as favorites on the Grafenstaden floor for their entry into the Coupe de France. For this 16th Finals, the starting line-up was slightly modified, and Jessa Nunn and Laura Evrard were preferred over captains Virginie Bremont and Marie Mané. But to everyone’s surprise, the Brits lost 79-69 to finish 10th in Ligue 2 and actually bid farewell to the cup.

This Saturday, Landernen was scheduled to recover against ESP Villeneuve during the third day of the tournament. They dominated the kickoff, and were already nine points behind at the break (36-27). Despite getting up well at the start of the second half, the Wani Muganguzi players were passed at the end of the match and lost 64-57. This third defeat in the first three league games puts our Bretons in last place in the Women’s League before receiving Flames Carolo, tenth.

N2F: Landerneau B dominates the future of Rennes, Trégueux-Langueux loses an important match

On the home ground of Future of Rennes, Landerneau’s reserves claimed their 6th victory in 8 matches. Tone over Rennes throughout the match, Finisteriennes won easily 70-50. This new victory allowed Landernéennes to maintain the third position, while Rennes was ranked 9th in Pool C.

The players of Trégueux-Langueux, fifth-placed before this day, played an important match against Dover, fourth-placed. Despite the poor start, Britton quickly regained a 30-22 lead at half time. The gap widened after that and Kostarmorekins led by 16 points before collapsing late in the game and losing by 4 points 67-63. After this setback, the Breton club dropped to sixth place.

All weekend results

ESB Villeneuve – Landrno :64-57

Rin futureLanderneau b : 50-70
Dover Basketball – Tregueux-Langueux : 67-63

CTC Pays de Laval – ren cbb : 53-45
Raine, Pennsylvania – Basket Club Saint Paul Reese 58-53
Urvault – CTC hopes Quimper :69-57
vertu – Star Saint Laurent Priest : 70-46
The BlueFerganfuture ren b : 71-57


The tournament will resume on November 18

The tournament will resume on November 18

The championship will resume on November 19

The championship will resume on November 19

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