Tell me how you end your Bisontine story, I’ll tell you who you are. Chloé Valentini spent her final minutes with the red jersey, her second skin, in an unexpected right-back position, from where she also scored an oxygenating goal (24-23, 54th). His accomplice Lara Gonzalez Ortega (our photo, three seasons at ESBF), who only two exclusions in the first period (14th, 29th) and an offensive permutation with Juliette Faure in the final prevented from playing the whole hour, sent his last balloon towards a bubble of satisfied supporters, as an offering. As for Raphaëlle Tervel, she symbolically resumed her role as coach-player at the penultimate minute, as was regularly the case throughout the play-offs.

The power of flowers, that of the bouquets offered with all the effort of the Doubien club (Alice Lévêque and Amanda Kolczynski also had theirs, with a year late because of the virus), brought together the starters, to which are added Aneta Labuda (12 minutes of play in complete discretion), Aïssatou Kouyaté (rupture of the Crusaders at the beginning of April against … Chambray) and the assistant coach, Sandrine Mariot. Before dispersing, the now ex-Bisontines helped confirm the victory away from Wednesday, in the small final first leg (25-27). Unstoppable, the Spanish captain and future Parisian has compiled seven goals and four assists. The left winger, who will play in Metz at the start of the school year, goes on a 5/6 and 4 assists as well. By knowing how to defend their initial margin almost from start to finish (maximum lead: 3), the Franc-Comtoises regain third place in the championship, as in 2017-2018.

In Chambray-les-Tours, the two unconverted breakout balls in the last ten minutes (bad passes from Brkljacic, then Touré) were digested very quickly. The smiling faces of Jérôme Delarue and his troop, after the match, remind us that the Indre-et-Loire team is finishing the best season in its history, European qualification as a bonus. From this point of view, Linda Pradel, Camille Asperges (sports retreats), Caroline Valente and Mathilde Nicollet are also leaving by the front door.

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Tell me how you end your Bisontine story, I’ll tell you who you are. Chloé Valentini spent her final minutes with the red jersey, her second skin, in an unexpected right-back position, from where she also scored an oxygenating goal (24-23, 54th). His accomplice Lara Gonzalez Ortega (our photo, three seasons at ESBF), who only two exclusions in the first period (14th, 29th) and an offensive permutation with Juliette Faure in the final prevented from playing the whole hour, sent his last balloon towards a bubble of satisfied supporters, as an offering. As for Raphaëlle Tervel, she symbolically resumed her role as coach-player at the penultimate minute, as was regularly the case throughout the play-offs.

The power of flowers, that of the bouquets offered with all the effort of the Doubien club (Alice Lévêque and Amanda Kolczynski also had theirs, with a year late because of the virus), brought together the starters, to which are added Aneta Labuda (12 minutes of play in complete discretion), Aïssatou Kouyaté (rupture of the Crusaders at the beginning of April against … Chambray) and the assistant coach, Sandrine Mariot. Before dispersing, the now ex-Bisontines helped confirm the victory away from Wednesday, in the small final first leg (25-27). Unstoppable, the Spanish captain and future Parisian has compiled seven goals and four assists. The left winger, who will play in Metz at the start of the school year, goes on a 5/6 and 4 assists as well. By knowing how to defend their initial margin almost from start to finish (maximum lead: 3), the Franc-Comtoises regain third place in the championship, as in 2017-2018.

In Chambray-les-Tours, the two unconverted breakout balls in the last ten minutes (bad passes from Brkljacic, then Touré) were digested very quickly. The smiling faces of Jérôme Delarue and his troop, after the match, remind us that the Indre-et-Loire team is finishing the best season in its history, European qualification as a bonus. From this point of view, Linda Pradel, Camille Asperges (sports retreats), Caroline Valente and Mathilde Nicollet are also leaving by the front door.

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