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The Bretons never weighed again on Mont-de-Marsan (30-3).

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On Friday, RC Vannes, who was traveling to Mont-de-Marsan, lost wildly (30-3). A big setback for Jean-Noel Spitzer’s men who have only won once in their last six matches and are now 11th in Pro D2.

Certainly, this new calendar year is not smiling at all at Club Morbihan at the moment. They were defeated five times in the space of a month and a half, corrected by Stade montois rugby (30-3). This bad pass is having a real impact on RC Vannes’ standings. On the Pro D2 podium a few months ago, Paga Tafili and co see their top 6 goals slip away match after match. And if the black streak continued, they would have to quickly look back as the red zone was approaching.

Starting from one side of the game

While they still faced a heavy defeat against Agen (41-19), Montois absolutely wanted to recover in front of their fans and it was Vannetais who paid the price. If the Bretons unlock the situation thanks to a penalty kick from Maxime Lafage (0-3, 7), who here scored the only points for RCV in this match, the locals are collapsing under the speed of their opponents. Within two minutes, Christophe Lostalot (7-3, 11) and then Willy du Plessis (14-3, 13) allowed their team to take off. And with two penalties taken by Yoan Laos Azpiazou, the gap continued to widen towards the end of the first half (20-3, 32).

Two tests for RC Vannes have been cancelled

Dominators, Morbihannais did not even have the right to help from fate. After a powerful breakthrough from Joseph Edwards, Gwenaël Duplenne went to level the ball in the opposing goal before the break (40 + 1). Unfortunately, the subsequent attempted obstruction by Juan-Bautista Pedemonte committed earlier in the action was cancelled. Repeated after returning from the locker room. The Argentine punished again, preventing Joseph Edwards from scoring RC Vannes’ first try (47th).

Mont-de-Marsan wins the reward

Significantly outclassed, Montoa took advantage of a yellow card received by Cyril Blanchard at the end of the match to score a third goal a few moments later synonymous with an offensive bonus to seal a one-sided victory (30-3, 66 . ). With this new defeat, RC Vannes sinks a bit more into the soft bottom of the championship and sees the top 6 slip away. It is necessary to anticipate a reaction next week when he receives Aurillac (the eighth) in Labin.

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