Basketball. Women’s pre-national team: Dover gets revenge on Ifs

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Bretteville-sur-Odon basketball players celebrated against Bayeux (58-34), during the 9th day of the championship. ©DR/Camille Pouchin

This Sunday, April 3, 2022, the 9the day in the Women’s Pre-National. In the upper pool, the leaders did not give up, with victories for Bihorel, Douvres and Equeurdreville, against Deville, Ifs and Alençon. In the second Rouen derby, ASPTT Rouen won by four points against Sotteville.

In the lower group, with the success against La Glacerie, Vire takes the lead of the group tied with Cherbourg and Hérouville. These last two teams were defeated by Pays d’Auge and Tourlaville. Finally, Bretteville-sur-Odon won its third victory on the floor of Bayeux.


In the upper pool, Equeurdreville led the game throughout the game and won against Alençonnaises who lacked skill (66-56). Dover managed to get revenge on CB Ifs. Pauline Plouhinec’s teammates, for whom this was the last game of the season, could count on the victory of their leaders (52-45). In the Rouen derbies, Bihorel continues to impose its beautiful basketball and celebrates 77-55 against Deville, while Sotteville lost four points on the floor of ASPTT Rouen (72-68).

DOVER BASKETBALL 52 – 45 CB IFS (15-13 / 12-11 / 19-8 / 6-13)

Miguel Callejas (coach Dover): “Defensively, controlled throughout the game, except for the first three minutes, which will cause a strong and muscular time-out. Our attacking speed, a sign of a certain feverishness, certainly because of the importance of the match, severely punishes us with points. Faced with a team that is always difficult to play with, due to the offensive organization and individual quality of the main players, in the 2nd half we counted up to 17 points advantage, an abyss in a game that was played at 50 points. But instead of pushing the opponent to the ropes, we unknowingly stopped playing, attitudes, unfortunately, quite present in our last matches… It is up to us to erase these mistakes in the next matches, in order to take full advantage of our victories. »


DOVER: Goubert 4, Guerard 7, Guillois 9, Volard 2, Becam 12, Madelaine 2, Arnoux 2, Plouhinec 2, Panier 8, Miquelot 6.

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IFS: Marie, Goudeau, Bourgault 5, Reulet 3, Richard 17, Joseph 5, Lanchas 1, Frebourg 14.

UST EQUEURDREVILLE 66 – 56 USBD ALENCON (12-13 / 31-15 / 14-13 / 9-15)

Leslie Véron (Equeurdreville player) “We had a good first half. We found the address and with a good defense we left at halftime with a fifteen point difference. 2e halftime was messier, but our maid 1time half time allowed us to stay ahead without really worrying Alençon, a team we feared. But everything is easier at home…

Etienne De Bie (coach Alencon) : “Unlike our last two games, we were on a day where we lacked skill. We made only one 3-pointer out of ten attempts and those weren’t bad shots because three quarters of the shots were open… After that, another indicator in this game is very telling: we conceded 31 baskets in the game. second quarter out of a total of 66. I think those two factors can partially explain this result because overall we got what we wanted. It’s a shame, that’s for sure, but we’ll keep going and do everything we can to rekindle the momentum we’ve been on since next weekend. »

EQUEURDREVILLE : C.Veron 6, L. Leboullenger 18Fossey 7, Pasco, Hacquebey 7, Muller 17, L. Veron 11, S. Leboullenger.
Alencon : Azziza-Delabarre 16Herout 8, Fall 3, O. Meunier 7, R. Meunier 7, Bounou 6, Demore 3, Ouvrard-Cornu 6.

GCO BIHOREL 77 – 55 DEVILLE BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION (20-6 / 17-21 / 25-16 / 15-12)

BIHOREL : Merre 10, Quenneville, Chedozeau 14, Lucas 9, Bonneau, Sebier 22Maignan 2, Baptist 13, Nyungue 7.
DEVILLE : L.Lair 2, Ano 13, L.Lair 7, Siefridt 2, Metayer 2, Kaczamarek 18Catel 11.

ASPTT ROUEN 72 – 68 ST SOTTEVILLE BASKETBALL (21-19 / 17-20 / 20-14 / 14-15)

ROWAN : Bielow, Duthil 1, Jaubert 3, Pesenti 5, Greaume 2, Boinet 5, Michael 19Lemire 18, Clement 8, Betourne-Taisant 11.
SOTTEVILLE : Dehornois 9, Grenet 12, Catherine, Hurel 20Dantregue 16, Lopy 11, Dubosc.

Program (J10)

GCO Bihorel – CB Ifs (15:30)
ST Sotteville – Dover Basketball (4:00 p.m.)
UST Equeurdreville – ASPTT Rouen (15:30)
USBD Alençon – Deville Basket (15:30)


In the lower pool, Vire mostly got rid of La Glacerie thanks to its attacking contribution in the second half (77-50). Teammates Betty Mallet lead the group in a tie with Herouville and Cherbourg. Bayeux is still looking for its first win and lost to Bretteville-sur-Odon (34-58). Herouville stops the good dynamics of Tourlaville, controlling his match from start to finish (79-46). In the last game of the pool, Cherbourg leaves Pays d’Auge with a victory (35-54). The Cherbourgeois were unyielding in defense.

USM VIRE 77 – 50 US LA GLACERIE (15-14 / 21-20 / 18-6 / 23-10)

Emilie Ficet (Vire player) : “It was important to win this game against Glacerie in front of our big audience to represent the young selections. In the first half, we were equal with our opponents. We had good sequences of play, but not necessarily rewarded with a basket. It was important to strengthen our defense, especially on the three-point shot in the second half. The instruction was followed, we managed to arrange the interior and circle the ball to find the circle. Congratulations to Glaceria, which moved again with reduced numbers. Next match against Bretteville-sur-Odon where you will have to be concentrated from start to finish. »

Alex Zazzi (coach of La Glacerie) : “In the first half, we made real collective efforts, especially in attack! We just had to get our defensive efforts right. I’ll let you guess the rest… A new disappointment in the third quarter doesn’t allow us any more hope. We manage to hold a great team for 20 minutes, but it’s not enough…”

CANCELED : Helie 18, B.Mallet 13, J.Mallet 8, Ficet 5, Bulk 8, Bouhier 4, Lemennais 21.
ICE CREAM : Lemagnen 10, Bonnissent 10, Sanchez 21Sorre 2, Chaulieu 2, Fontaine 5.

CS BAYEUX 34 – 58 BRETTEVILLE-SUR-ODON (17-11 / 8-26 / 4-16 / 5-5)

Camille Pouchin (player Bretteville/Odon) : “It was mandatory for us to take this game in order to stay in the race for the promotion. We completely miss our start of the game, we defend at three meters, we leave open shots that Bayeux concretizes behind the three-pointer. They quickly gained a 10-point advantage. We remobilize defensively in the second quarter which allows us to bring rhythm to the attack and shots. We will have to be more concentrated and more concerned in the upcoming matches which will be very important for us. »

BAYEUX : Thomas 10Le Clouerec, Lasne 8, Lebrun 6, Winkel 3, Perchepied, Castel 5, Victoire 2.
BRETTEVILLE/ODON : L. Motier 5, Leroy 5, J. Motier 3, Leboucher, Joba 3, Pouchin 10, Petiton 24Guillois 8.

HEROUVILLE KOŠ 79 – 46 PL TOURLAVILLE KOŠ (18-8 / 22-11 / 13-15 / 26-12)

Maxime Cosnefroy (Herouville coach) : “Fourth clash against Tourlaville this season. We have had a very good week, in terms of intensity, in achieving our goals in our sessions and we are confident for this meeting. We quickly took control of the game on both sides of the field, especially by bringing a defensive intensity that forced them to make a lot of mistakes in possession and shot selection. At halftime we are already at +21. We have a drop in speed at the beginning of the third quarter, but we remain more consistent and the gap is still around 15 points. We are getting back on the road properly and that allows us to relax. Offensively, I thought we were very good in attack, with a lot of turnovers and fair choices that mostly led to open shots. It was a very good game by our team, under control for 40 minutes, and I’m sure the reason for that is the quality of our training. We will try to maintain this dynamic until the end. »

Adodo Djondo (Tourlaville coach) : “It was a complicated game defensively against a team that dominated internally and had skill. We had interesting passes, but with a lot of clumsiness and lost balls. We couldn’t exist in this game. Work continues to express themselves more and have fun. »

HEROUVILLE : Jeanne 12, Onillon 6, Saiter 5, Gaudin-Thomas 11, Cairon 9, Cybulska 10, Percheron 9, Paillard 17.
TOURLAVILLE : Leclerc 5, E. Fauvel 2, C. Olivier 1, Banville-Estace 6, Michael 18L. Fauvel, Euvrie 2, C. Olivier 12.

PAYS D’AUGE BASKETBALL 35 – 54 CHERBOURG BASKETBALL (7-14 / 8-18 / 7-10 / 13-12)

Jean-Michel Capel (coach of Pays d’Auge) : “Once again we fall into our mistakes of wanting to protect our racket and not win the ball. Which leads to too few counterattacks and easy baskets. In attack, we were unable to find a rhythm that would allow us to switch to the positive. »

Pierre-Olivier Giot (Cherbourg coach) : “It’s never easy to continue outside after a break, with less and less staff. We played a decent first quarter and then continue to make the difference at halftime. We had a bad start to the third quarter, due to great clumsiness, then a collective reaction followed. The fourth quarter is disastrous between turnovers and clumsiness… Fortunately, it’s important here. »

THROUGH THE COUNTRY : Colliot 8, Simon 5, Nice 10Chazal 5, Carpentier 2, Rethore, Kazinetz, Domnesques 5.
CHERBOURG : Nee Dubreucq 16Drean 2, Epaillard 2, Lecacher 16Garden 9, Bouin 3, Omont 6.

Program (J10)

USM Vire – LC Bretteville-sur-Odon (15:30)

PL Tourlaville – CS Bayeux (15:30)

Pays d’Auge Basket – Herouville Basket (15:30)

Cherbourg Basket – US La Glacerie (15:30)


1 – Cléa Petiton (Bretteville-sur-Odon), 24 points

2 – Julie Sebire (Bihorel), 22 points

3 – Louna Sanchez (La Glacerie), 21 points

# – Camille Lemennais (Vire), 21 points

5 – Chloe Hurel (Sotteville), 20 points

6 – Marion Michel (ASPTT Rouen), 19 points

7 – Léa Leboullenger (Equeurdreville), 18 points

# – Camille Kaczamarek (Deville), 18 points

# – Margot Lemire (ASPTT Rouen), 18 points

# – Clara Helie (Vire), 18 points

# – Alexandra Michel (Tourlaville), 18 points

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