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Paris 13 Atletico keeps control, Entente SSG relegated, Meissa Ba top scorer for National… it was your football weekend in Ile-de-France

A new football weekend in Île-de-France. “Le Parisien” invites you to analyze and decipher the results of the Ile-de-France amateur clubs, from the National to the National 3 without forgetting the young people. This weekend, there was no Women’s D1

The posters of the weekend: Paris 13 Atletico and Fleury still in the fight

Two days from the end, Paris 13 Atletico still retains a point lead over Fleury at the top of group B of National 2. The two teams who were both playing a derby this weekend nevertheless played with the nerves of their followers. Paris 13 Atletico snatched victory at Saint-Maur Lusitanos thanks to a goal from Anatole Ngamukol in added time (1-2, 90 + 2). Fleury experienced an almost identical scenario against Bobigny. If Anthony Petrilli had opened the entry score (1st) for his 18th goal of the season, Bobigny came back through El Hajjam (41st) before Sadibou Sylla scored (2-1, 87th) in the dying minutes. Note that the two goalkeepers stopped a penalty when the score was 1-1, Antoine Petit for Fleury (62nd), then Marvin Golitin for Bobigny (80th). Next Saturday, Paris 13 Atletico will receive the Metz reserve and Fleury will move to Saint-Quentin. The fight is still undecided.

The perf: the title of champion for Versailles

After the semi-final of the Coupe de France, the rise to National, Versailles offered itself the honorary title of National 2 champion thanks to its victory against Plabennec on Saturday (1-0) thanks to a goal from Kapo Sylva (49th ).

The flop: Entente SSG relegated to National 3

Hope had returned in recent weeks. But the heavy defeat (0-3) against the Reims reserve with three goals conceded in the first half hour (8th, 14th, 29th) sounded the death knell for the last illusions of Entente SSG, the group’s red lantern B of National 2. After its descent from National in 2019, the Val-d’Oise club therefore experienced its second relegation in three years.

Player of the weekend: Pape Meissa Ba (Red Star)

Author of a hat-trick (1st, 8th, 31st) Friday against Concarneau (5-1), with a first goal scored in the 24th second, the Red Star striker brought his total to 21 achievements. A figure that allows him to style on the wire, Farid El-Khoumisti (Concarneau), 20 goals and Geoffray Durbant (Laval), 19 goals. Pape Meissa Ba therefore won the title of National’s top scorer. A small consecration for the 24-year-old Senegalese striker, who arrived at Red Star last year in January 2021. During his first five months, if he had been decisive in the Coupe de France, he had had more difficulties in the league with 3 goals scored and many missed opportunities. But this season, he has therefore shown that he can be very effective. His season has inevitably drawn attention to him. Like his teammates, he is now free following Red Star’s loss of pro status. His club necessarily wants to keep him. But Pape Meissa Ba should return to Ligue 2 which he had discovered with Troyes (21 games, 3 goals) when he arrived in France in 2019 from the Dakar club Sacré-Coeur.

The sentence: “We were buried a little too soon”

After a complicated start to the championship and long been relegated, Sainte-Geneviève, 10th, ensured its maintenance in group B of National 2 by going to win at Épinal on Saturday (1-0). Coach Manu Dorado rejoiced on his Facebook page: “There, it’s done… We’ve come a long way but mission accomplished. We had been buried a little too early, except that we had underestimated our DNA… VAMOSSSSS. Good job guys. »

The feat: the U19s of Drancy qualified for the playoffs

They did it ! Winners in Valenciennes (4-2), the U19s of Drancy finished 2nd in group A of the national U19 championship behind PSG. They are thus qualified for the playoffs. A real feat because it is a first for an amateur club. “It’s historic because no amateur club in U19 had managed to reach the playoffs, welcomes coach Nassim El Abdi. We are the best amateur club of the U19 all hens combined! And we broke the points record in U19 history for an amateur club. I would like to thank my players and my staff who have been exceptional throughout the season. A big thank you also to the club who did not hesitate to send a young coach with no experience of the level on this team. In the quarter-finals, Drancy should be opposed to Monaco.

The anecdote: Red Star supporters with Grenoble in Charléty

The Red Star Bauer collective is stepping up actions to mobilize public opinion for the takeover of the club by the investment fund 777 Partners, effective since Wednesday. After the forum in Le Monde and the petition already signed by more than 1,500 people, including several politicians (Jean-Luc Mélenchon, Fabien Roussel, Marie-Georges Buffet), Red Star supporters accompanied their friends from Grenoble (the two groups are paired) in the visitor parking lot at the Charléty stadium facing Paris FC in L2. They repeatedly chanted anti-777 slogans and unfurled several banners.

THE RESULTS

NATIONAL (34th day)

Red Star – Concarneau 5-1, Avranches – Créteil 2-1

NATIONAL 2 (28th day)

Group A. Versailles – Plabennec 1-0, Vannes – Poissy 1-1

Group B. Fleury – FC 93 Bobigny 2-1, Lusitanos Saint-Maur – Paris 13 Atletico 1-2, Entente SSG – Reims (b) 0-3, Epinal – Sainte-Geneviève 0-1.

NATIONAL 3 (23rd day)

Les Ulis – Blanc-Mesnil 1-1, Paris FC (b) – FC Mantois 3-2, Meaux – Racing 0-5, Ivry – Aubervilliers 1-3, Créteil (b) – Linas-Montlhéry 0-1, Drancy – PSG (b) 2-0,: Brétigny – Les Mureaux 1-1.

U19 (26th day)5_

Group A. Valenciennes – Drancy 2-4, Chambly – PSG 2-6, Montfermeil – Lille 5-3.

Group B. Paris FC-Metz 0-1, Torcy-Auxerre 2-0.

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