Like every weekend, Ti Sport offers you the summary of the results of our Breton clubs in N2 and N3. Rennes B notably lost against Evreux (4–3).
Rennes and Guingamp B lose in N2
Nothing is going well with Stade Rennais B. Opposed to Evreux this weekend, the Rouge et Noir once again suffered defeat (3–4) after a crazy match. They had nevertheless delivered an interesting performance and even led until the very last minutes of the meeting. The Normans however came back to score following an individual error by Elias Damergy (3-3, 90th) before Elton Boketsu definitively buried the hopes of Brittany (3-4, 90+5). A new setback difficult to take for the players of Pierre-Emmanuel Bourdeau, who only have three points after eleven days and are more than ever in last place in National 2.
The reserve of En Avant Guingamp is also experiencing a blow less well since it has not won since September 17th. She fell this weekend on the lawn of Saint-Pryvé Saint-Hilaire (2-0) without showing the slightest sign of rebellion. Worse, the Costarmoricans conceded the two goals after returning from the locker room (48th and 57th) while the Loiretans did not seem impressive. With only one point taken from their last six meetings, the Breton club is currently on a relegation pace and is approaching the red zone.
For its part, Vannes had to settle for a draw when they received Blois (2-2). A success would however have helped the Morbihannais who have made a disappointing start to the season so far, but Claudel Ngoubou missed a penalty late in the game (76th). And the residents of La Rabine did not go far from bowing. US Saint-Malo also took a point against Chateaubriant (1-1) after leading for more than 40 minutes. Emilien Waflart unfortunately equalized in the last moments of the game (85th) to the dismay of the Black Devils.
FC Lorient reserves draw
No victory either for FC Lorient B in group D of National 2. Even if the Merlus dominated Angoulême for a large part of the game, they lacked success in front of goal to hope for something other than a match. draw (0–0). Mickaël Nilor and his partners have nevertheless just chained a fourth game in a row without defeat. They will face the reserve team of FC Nantes next weekend for a duel which should make sparks.
Dinan-Léhon regains victory in N3
In National 3, Dinan-Léhon continues his merry way after his difficult victory against Saint-Pierre Milizac (1-0). The Costa Rican club is still leader of the championship even if US Fougères keeps pace. Damien Le Divenah and his teammates have indeed returned to success at the end of the suspense, against Stade Plabennecois (4-3).
TA Rennes, also in the race for places of honor, outrageously dominated the Stade Briochin reserve (3-0). The card of the weekend is to be credited to Lannion who had fun against a sad team from Stade Brestois B (4-0). Finally, GSI Pontivy outclassed OC Cesson (3–0) and US Montagnarde overcame AS Vitré (2–1).
Évreux — Stade Rennais B : 4–3
OC valves – Blois Foot 41: 2–2
Chateaubriant — US Saint Malo : 1–1
Saint-Pryvé Saint-Hilaire — Forward Guingamp B : 2–0
FC Lorient B — Angouleme: 0–0
US Ferns — Plabennecois Stadium : 4–3
Entente Samsonnaise Dol — St Colomban Locmine : Postponed
AS Vitre — US Mountaineer : 1–2
GSI Pontivy — OC Cesson : 3–0
Lannion — Stade Brestois B : 4–0
Dinan-Lehon FC — Saint-Pierre Milizac : 1–0
TA Rennes — Briochin B Stadium : 3–0