Bordeaux women who continue to promote will seek a second success in the North
The victory over Chile’s Mazarin with five attempts for Bordelais (31-7) was an excellent introduction. After an empty week and three prosthetic training sessions, no one could fail to notice a new brand, Scottish international Rona Lloyd. She arrived last Tuesday from her club in Loughborough as the Edinburgh native took some rest after the Parma tournament that was selected (qualification for the next World Cup).
a lot hurt
The strong winger, who will participate in the trip but will not play, will complete for the season the back line of the Lion who shone against Ile-de-France with trials against Bile-Domic, Boech and Oulu. If the Positive outsells this group bolstered by twenty new players with the trainees, injuries spoil the party a bit. Issa Khalfaoui’s knee, replaced by Milena Lenottre ten minutes from the end, and international strikers Maduso Vall (ankle) and Montserrat Amede (muscle problems) fears for the tandem between Torregaray and Niffard.
The women of rugby Girondins hoping to return to mainstay Eliana Bruseau will be sure to seize their chances in the north before leader Montpellier arrives next week in Saint-Germain. The Lille academics fell hard last week in front of the other leader and vice-champion of France, Blagnac (71-13).
The patch does not erase their first victory in Villeneuve d’Ascq against Lyon: “Where, Torregaray comments, this group is in reconstruction with the youth after the departure of a few taulières and the package reinforced by three Canadian and New Zealand contributions will provide a simple, subtle and intense game that we will have to answer!”
Lille (4/4 points) – Stade Bordelet (3rd/5 points), Sunday 1:30 p.m. at Villeneuve d’Ascq
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