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Struggling Teams Look to Turn Things Around: Badminton, Basketball, Football, and Volleyball Updates

BADMINTON – N3

Salbris (2nd, 29 pt)
Ligugé (4th, 17 pt)

Remaining on three defeats and having won only one of its last five matches, the Ligugéenne is only one step ahead of Orléans, the last. The objective will be to bring back as many points as possible from a perilous trip to Salbris this Saturday.

Saturday, 4 p.m.

BASKETBALL – PRO B HOPES

Poitiers (5e, 0v, 1d)
Évreux (1st, 1v, 0d)

Times are tough for the Poitiers Basket 86 Pro B Hopes who have just suffered five defeats, straddling the end of the first phase and the start of the second. Grégory Thiélin and his men will try to regain the thread of success when they visit Évreux on Saturday.

Saturday, 5 p.m., Jean-Pierre-Garnier room.

FOOTBALL – DIVISION 3

Châtellerault (11th, 7 pt)
Brest (6e, 19 pt)

After the heavy setback conceded to Saint-Malo (4-1), the leader, the Châtelleraudaises will play one of their two late matches this Sunday at the La Montée-Rouge stadium. In the race to maintain, any point will be good to take, and, if possible, the maximum to end a series of four defeats.

Sunday, 2:30 p.m., La Montée-Rouge stadium.

VOLLEY – N3M

Tarascon (7e, 18 pt)
Poitiers (5e, 20 pt)

Having little more to fear or hope for in this championship, the promoted Poitevin will try to consolidate his place in the first part of the table during the trip to Tarascon-Foix on Sunday.

Saturday, 6 p.m.

2024-02-22 15:19:46
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