Rugby amateurs: Moissac calm in Tarn-et-Garonnais derby against Lauzerte

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Between one team leading the pack and another team having a complicated season, the power has turned into a favorite this Sunday. But Lauzerte still offered good opposition.

The day after Epiphany, Kings Day, was scheduled for this Sunday; The Tarn-et-Garonnais derby was to be played in pool 4 of Region 1 of Occitanie rugby, where Moissac welcomed Lauzerte in Sarlac with memories of third-placed Thierry Mauriès. He wore the colors of Moissac for a long time before ending up in Lauzerte. The players entered in front of a portrait of their former friends and teammates. It is an organization that Moissagais leaders have prepared well by organizing a meal that brings 120 guests around the same table before the match. A bit of an unbalanced match on paper as Moissac, who have been relegated from Fédérale 3, had a late game at the top of the standings and Lauzerte did everything to manage to hold on with courage and a desire to succeed. . Despite Pellow Van der Westhuizen’s first try in the short area after the penalty kick, the first half hour of the game will be very competitive. Bastien Marconnet scores the penalty for Lauzerte, while Moissac takes off with a powerful effort from renowned hooker and winger Lucas Chazelas. Bastien Marconnet’s final penalty ensured Lauzertins were still hopeful at half-time.

Two more tries and bonus

The first half was quite bloody for the two right columns, Capelot and Tave, who suffered forehead injuries. The score remained unchanged until the hour mark. The players coached by Benjamin Gilbert, Benoît Mothes and Nicolas Beaudonnet will finish the job in the last twenty minutes. Second-row Vines scored powerfully after a five-metre scrum and eventually captain Dumail took revenge by turning after missing a touch to score the sixth and final try of the match. In the end, Lauzerte will be present throughout the match, while Moissac will win with his attacking bonus. We can say that mission was accomplished for both teams in this match played in front of a large crowd of fans from both camps, but not only that, as there were also plenty of rugby fans from all over the division. The rugby festival took place in very cool temperatures, even though the game never reached its climax, in the presence of deputy general secretary of the FFR Virginie Deprince-Delahaye, who made the short journey from Beaumont-de-Lomagne.
And now. Next Sunday Moissac will travel to Gourdon in the Lot, while Lauzerte will return to their home ground in Vignals, this time welcoming their Lot neighbors from Castelnau-Montratier for a new inter-divisional derby.
Rémi-Constant Belrepayre.

MOISSAC 31 – LAUZERTE 6

Middle East: 17-6; Referee: Ms Pauline Goillon (Occitanie).

Winners: 5 E Van der Westhuizen (5, 33), Chazelas (36), Vines (60), Dumail (77); 3 T Bringay (33, 60, 77).
Lost: 2 P Marconnet (16, 40+1).
Score evolution: 5-0, 5-3, 12-3, 17-3, 17-6 / 24-6, 31-6.

MOISSAGAIS OF THE FUTURE. Bringay; Sousa-Martins, Buret, Plantade, Chazelas; (o) Dumail (title), (m) Vanin; Vines, Bargibaux, De Carvalho; Lafont, Verdier; Tave, Van der Westhuizen, Peccolo. Entering the game: Hoeppe, Gayet, Chazarenc, Gorcioaia, Cousin, Laviale, Baron.
Yellow card: Van der Westhuizen (66).
LAUZERTE QUERCY COUNTRY OF GREENHOUSES. Lafargue; Lafage, Amadieu, Poujoulet, Cuquel; (o) Cornu, (m) Marconnet; Astruc, Fioretti, Clerico; Vieillevigne (hat), M.Fournié; Capelot, Landou, Leveau. Entered: Gaudensio, Roques, Mouret, Manente, E.Fournié, Font, Abril.

Reserve teams Moissac-Lauzerte: 37-14.

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