Mâconnais to Nice
The Maconays resume their N2 game against Nice this Sunday after a weekend break. Facing a formation that ranked third with 7 wins in 10 games, and a formation ranked 7th with 5 wins and 7 losses in Maconne, I knew that this trip would not be easy, especially when we lost 3 sets to 1 in the first round. But when we know that since January Makon is on the rise since his recovery and has signed a four-game winning streak, why isn’t he looking for fifth in the Alpine-Maritime region? to be continued.
This Sunday at 2pm in Nice.
Luo. Claudel, Hugo, Cyril, Vushev, Nyakat, Talehau, Bezner, Aquindo, Ben Hamu, Fiarka, Orio.
Can Senecy hang St. Egrave?
First-leg defeats: 25/16, 25/16, 25/18 Senecey, last in Group A, took over Isérois de Saint-Égrève, 4-6 and sixth.
The dynamics of tourists is good. Proof: their victory in Villefranche-sur-Saône last Sunday 2 March. The local side, coached by Dodd Ratas, are making progress, although they should not have lost to Monaco in three particularly tight games last weekend: 31/29, 26/24 and 25/23.
Sennecey is a combative team that fights on all the balls, but no real pointer doesn’t end the offense and raises. Also note going back to the Andis Keller group.
The match will take place this Sunday at 3pm at the David Niepce Stadium in Sennecey-le-Grand.
Alturquy, Benas, Blanc B. and L., Bouland, Courtadon, Depoil, Ferquel, Haocas, Keller, Latas, Parise, Perbet, Waute.
Charon banned from beating while moving to Nancy
Less than 15 days before the shock to Charenton, the Chalonnet volleyball players had to bring back three points from their trip to Nancy.
Chalon, who had just beaten Maizières-lès-Metz 3-0 in the previous game, faced an underperforming Nancy and defeated lower-ranked Gerardmer 3-2. But we can’t forget that these same Nancy guys pushed Châlonnais into the fifth set (15/8 win) in the first leg at Verrerie.
In addition to the injured Corentin Canovas, coach Osvény Sanchez-Cardenas will be able to rely on a motivated, well-rounded workforce.
This Sunday at 3pm in Nancy.
Dos Santos, Garnier, Jaspart, Casey, Laurent, Le Moigne, Marmesier, Palaise, Raposo, Sanchez-Cardenas, Subovi, Trancho and Walter.