Au forceps, Béziers s'offre le leader

16 Décembre, 2018, 01:26 | Auteur: Adelaide Bullion
  • Pic “danse” sous la pluie

Après un match compliqué, mais victorieux, lors de la journée précédente face à Angoulême, l'USON Nevers s'est inclinée à Béziers, ce jeudi soir, lors de la 15 journée, la dernière des matches allers. Nevers doit se contenter du bonus défensif et conserve la tête du classement avec quatre points d'avance sur Bayonne qui reçoit Aurillac vendredi (20h).

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Il s'agit du 4e succès de rang pour les joueurs d'Aucagne et Gérard. Dans des conditions rendues compliquées par la pluie, le vent et le froid, la rencontre s'est résumée à une bataille de pénalités. A la mi-temps, Nevers menait pourtant 6-3. Pour le leader, c'est Nicolas Vuillemin qui s'est chargé de taper les pénalités.

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