Many people gathered this Monday morning at the funeral of the ex-pilotari Pampi Laduche. The tribute was paid to the Saint-Jean-Baptiste church of Saint-Jean-de-Luz.

Much emotion this Monday morning for the funeral of Pampi Laduche, Basque pelota champion, who died last Tuesday at the age of 66. The Saint-Jean-Baptiste church of Saint-Jean-de-Luz was chosen to celebrate the funeral, and hundreds of people gathered from 10:30 am, anonymous, relatives, elected officials, but also figures of the pelota and rugby.

The image is strong: six pilotari carried Pampi Laduche’s coffin as they entered the church. Baptiste Ducassou, one of his former students, world and French champion, was present. Former rugby players also came, such as Pascal Ondarts, former international, and Dacquois Pierre Albaladejo. It was Papi Laduche’s son, Xabi, who spoke at the start of the ceremony, whose religious office was celebrated by the chaplain of the fishermen in French and Basque.

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