By Simon Galinier
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Magnificent leisure, an impressive setting with Paris – La Protection Areaand a big viewers that can reply the decision: the SuperSevens closing scheduled for this Saturday, November 19, 2022 guarantees actual fireworks, with a view to award the title of French Rugby 7s champion.
At 8:20 p.m., we are going to know who will succeed the French Barbarians and Racing 92, winners of the primary two editions in 2020 and 2021. And on the artificial pitch of Nanterre, the celebs and different gifted gamers promise to be, a brand new many occasions inside the 8 competing groups.
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Monaco presents itself specifically with a number of world references within the self-discipline such because the South African Cecil AfrikaArgentinian Felipe del Mestrethe Scottish Ryan Godsmark and the French Johan Demai-Hamecher and Terry Bouhraoua, ex-captain of France 7 who exceptionally placed on his crampons to play with the Stade Français and be managed by his youthful brother, Boris Bouhraoua. However we additionally discover confirmed Prime 14 gamers just like the Racingmen Olivier Klemenczak, Antoine Gibert, Maxime Beaudonne The place Asaeli Tuivuaka in addition to younger skills to observe carefully just like the Bayonnais Victor Hannoun (19 years outdated) or the Racingman Paul Leraître (21 years outdated).
With out forgetting sons or brothers of, like Mathis Galthieson of the coach of the XV of France Fabien Galthié, who will put on the colours of the Baabaas Sevens, the Argentinian Juan-Martin Scelzowho made his debut within the Prime 14 in the course of the Toulouse-Stade Français match, and who’s the son of Martin Scelzo, the previous pillar of the Pumas who handed by Narbonne, Clermont or Agen, and even the Parisian Kelyan Giroudson of Thibault, the efficiency director of the XV of France, in addition to Dylan Jaminetyouthful brother of Melvyn.
Fernando Luna, Ibai Leconte, Amani Naivaere, Alvin Otieno, Felipe del Mestre, Johan Demai-Hamecher, Gaspard Lalli, Ryan Godsmark, Javier de Orbaneja, Cecil Afrika, Jonas Mikalcius, Tom Mitchell, Lancelot Luteau.
Josselin Bouhier, Calum Randle, Rayne Barka (cap.), Thomas Carol, Clément Mondinat, Théo Attisogbe, Eoghan Barrett, Thibaut Hamonou, Benjamin Dufourcq, Alexis Levron, Axel Desperes, Grégoire Arfeuil, Maxime Arrieus.
Gabriel Bouscasse, Léonard Bouscasse, Silouane Bouché, Antoine Poussin (cap.), Baptiste Castanier, Victor Gayan, Lucas Toulouze, Corentin Coularis, Tom Higueras, Romain Gardrat, Nathan Gagnac, Hugo Querillac, Enzo Elissalde.
Fares Boulkenafet, Benjamin Dumas, Paul Gadea, Mathis Galthié, Inem Ishakov, Dylan Jaminet, Thibaut Le Gallée, Amidou Marciniek, Luca Mignot, Paolo Parpagiola, Enzo Salles, Simon Désert, Ilias Bergal.
Aitor Hourcade, Yohan Orabé, Yon Camou, Aymar Ponsolle, Arnaud Erbinartegaray, Victor Hannoun, Nathan Van de Ven, Hugo Gomes Camacho, Louis Ortolan, Tom Spring, Valentin Iharassarry, Mathias Ortiz.
Léo Sauvetre, Victor Ollivier, Edouard Richer, Thibault Rabourdin, Hoani Bosmorin, Nils Guyon, Nathan Bollengier, Harry Glynn, Romain Lamit, Maxime Tetlow, Morrison Mabope, Mathis Brunet, Luca Gaboriau.
Léo Monin, Ethan Randle, Baptiste Prcanovic, Terry Bouhraoua, Louis Druart, Arthur Proult, Paul-Hugo Champ, Juan-Martin Scelzo, Paul Surano, Peniasi Dakuwaqa, Kelyan Giroud, Valentin Cibat, Baptiste Tsague.
Paul Leraître, Asaeli Tuivuaka, Danny Tusitala, Ali Dabo, Maxime Beaudonne, Enzo Benmegal, Olivier Klemenczak, Antoine Gibert, Christian Wade, Arthur Espeut, Inia Tabuavou, Logan Tabet, Louis Leraître.
The quarter-final desk (Saturday, November 19)
- Q1: Monaco – Pau at 1.30 p.m.
- Q2: Baabass Sevens – Stade Français at 1:53 p.m.
- Q3: Pau – Bayonne at 2:16 p.m.
- This autumn: Racing 92 – Bordeaux/Bègles at 2:30 p.m.
The desk of the semi-finals:
- Winner of Q1 towards Winner of Q2 at 4:53 p.m.
- Winner of Q3 towards Winner of This autumn at 5:16 p.m.
Finals and classification matches:
- Recreation for the 7e/8e seat at 6:44 p.m.
- Match for the 5e/6e seat at 7:07 p.m.
- Small closing at 7:30 p.m.
- Last at 8:03 p.m.
There are nonetheless tickets left!
Be aware that a complete host of actions will punctuate this festive day at Paris La Défense Area. Beginning with the well-known DJ Feder who will ignite the Ile-de-France public with an inventive and scenic efficiency forward of the grand finale of the competitors. The gymnastics group of the Paris fireplace brigade can even present an distinctive present. To not point out the karaoke, blind check, bodega on the pitch, costume contest and DJ within the Loopy stand and large Bodega on a part of the garden after the ultimate!
The final latecomers who wish to attend this grand closing of the In Extenso Tremendous Sevens at Paris La Défense Area can nonetheless get tickets, starting from €7 (for 6-12 12 months olds) to €39, (full value in class 1) on the Nationwide Rugby League web site.
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