LA MINUTE SPORT Sports news for this Monday, March 14

Ferhat got hit in Le Havre, he is out tomorrow (Photo by Anthony Maurin).

As every day from Monday to Friday, discover in several information the essentials of the Gard sports news.

Nimes Olympic

Bratveit, Ferhat and Sainte-Luce packages. Per Kristian Bratveit shone in Saturday’s victory in Le Havre (0: 1) with 11 interventions. After a superbly deflected direct kick at the end of the match, he fell quite sharply on the pole. Barle and the great pain that prevents the Norwegian goalkeeper from holding the place tomorrow against Auxerre (19:00) on the 29th.e League Day 2. After resuming training, Lucas Dias will take over last week. He has performed six times this season, four of them in the league. The success in Normandy has also affected the players in the field. After being hit in the tibia, Zinedine Ferhat falls for this encounter. Three players are still missing: Anthony Briançon, whose return to team meetings could take place at the end of the month, Enzo Philibert, who is returning from a week’s rehabilitation in Cannes on Friday, and Mahamada Doucouré, who is still being treated for a sore throat. calf. After an injury last week, Sidy Sarr is back in the group in favor of Léon Delpech, who has not survived again. In defense, it’s Théo Sainte-Luce, who is not called for residual muscle pain, so Patrick Burner is on the score sheet. The coach planned to announce his base eleven just two hours before the cottage kick-off. In the morning, Crocos unload their legs at Costières Stadium. “An active walk through the city is not an ideal place. I prefer us to stay in our sanctuary. “explained Nicolas Usaï.

Selected group: Dias, Nazih – Paquiez, Martinez, Ueda, Guessoum, Mbow, Sadzoute, Burner – Sarr, Fomba, Valerio, Ponceau, Cubas, Eliasson, Benrahou – Koné, Omarsson.

Probable eleven: Dias – Paquiez, Guessoum, Martinez (captain), Sadzoute – Cubas, Fomba – Benrahou, Ponceau, Eliasson – Omarsson.

“Don’t despise football”. If he’s not sure if he’ll return to the lawn at the end of the season, Anthony Briançon smiles anyway and begins to see the end of the tunnel. Captain Nîmes Olympique, present in front of the press this morning, reminded that even though the Crocos are close to formalizing their maintenance, all matches must be played thoroughly. “We are privileged! », he insisted. For the captain, if everyone is necessarily worried about their future in the coming weeks, “Football should not be despised.” In order for the 28-year-old defender to measure the chance that his partners have that they will be able to kick the ball, he spoke about his personal situation, when he is off the field for almost a year: “I survived the shit (sic), I see the end. After all, playing is the most beautiful thing! » Let’s hope this speech can serve as a lesson.

RCN

Nîmes will crush everything in their path (Photo by Yannick Pons)

RCN is the undisputed champion of Pool 3 Federal 1. By winning 9: 3 against the Pamiers, their vice-champion, the Nîmes remain without a loss in a series of 13 matches in seven consecutive wins. If there is no cataclysm, Gardois will end the group and take part in the final stage (starting at the eight-final level for Nîmes) to determine Federal Champion 1. Another piece of good news is that Rugby Club Nîmes is guaranteed to participate in the following National 2 season, which consists of two groups of 12 teams and will be the equivalent of the Fourth National Division. This new competition is gradually taking shape: Périgueux, Niort, Hyères-Carqueirane and Fleurance should be part of the adventure. But before we think about it all, Nîmes must end the group stage with matches against Castanet, Valence d’Agen, Marmande and Castelsarrasin.

tennis

Benjamin Bonzi is in good shape at the beginning of the year. [Photo via MaxPPP]

Bonzi shines in Indian Wells. Nimes Benjamin Bonzi (62e world player) qualified for the 3rd round of the Masters 1000 in Indian Wells (California) by controlling Talian Lorenzo Soneg in two sets: 6-3 and 6-4. After the semifinals in Marseille, his first on the main circuit and his selection to the French team in the Davis Cup, Gardois confirmed a good start to the year. However, the new French national team will not have it easy tonight (1h) in the fourth round against Jannik Sinner, 10.e world player. If he succeeded against this impressive Italian, Benjamin Bonzi would face the winner of the match between Australian Kyrgios and Nor Ruud in the round of 16.

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