Basketball, handball, volleyball, rugby … For weeks, Le Parisien has provided a selection of issues and events not to be missed in Ile de France before every weekend. overview.
Weekend poster: Derby’s hell between Boulogne Levalois and Nanterre
basketball. The elite Paris Junderby must fill you with saliva. It’s this Friday is no exception to the rule, even if the two clubs they themselves face this Friday have the same stakes. Boulogne-Levallois, leader of Betclic Elite, has followed a very high level of rhythm since the start of the season in the fight against Monaco and Asvel. It’s not yet known if Metropolitan has recovered from the EuroCup quarter-final defeat in Valencia this Wednesday...
As part of that, Nanterre is fighting to finish in the eight bests at the end of the regular season, and so take part in the playoffs. Pascal Donadue, who is currently in 9th place just behind Le Mans, must completely erase from his memory the beatings his neighbors had at home on his first leg (76-104). Must be. It will always be without that point guard, Nick Johnson. The injured 29-year-old American saw the season end 10 days ago.
Attractions: Paris Basketball hosts African games
At 3:00 pm this Sunday, Paris will welcome Orleans to Hal Carpentier. Just before, an African game-themed event match was announced that combines basketball entertainment, information and promotions in Africa.
From 12:30 pm to 1:15 pm, two personality teams compete against each other in the Gala Match, similar to the first NBA game played in Africa in 2015. The rest of the world team of Kevin Séraphin, an iconic figure in Paris basketball and a former Washington Wizards player. For each ticket sold at Galamatch, 1 euro will be donated to the association “Enfants du Benin Debout”. This is an association of Law 1901 working in Benin for education and personal development through basketball.
Event: Jim Astoria Nero’s genius in front of her public
Gymnastics. After two years of shortage due to the health crisis, Moe girls will be able to find their supporters. This Saturday (4 pm) at Frank Leboeuf Gymnasium, Patrick Andreani’s disciples will challenge Colomiers on the second day of the Top 12, the best national sector. After a brief victory at Rouen (36-12), Meldwards wants to continue. This allows them to rely on Marine Boyer, who resumed training in early 2022 after a break after attending the Tokyo Olympics last summer.
Audiences also have the opportunity to discover the future genius of French gymnastics, the very young Astoria Nero, 12,. During her first international match in Budapest (Hungary) last weekend, Shell’s natives won three silver medals on the vault, uneven bars, and especially all-round. Salsabil Tounan, Cypriane Pilloy and Lucie Henna complete the Seine-et-Marne Group.
Regular meeting: Senat goes to cicadas
Road race. The Senar Marathon has been suspending this place between Conraville (Seine-et-Marne) and Tejury (Essonne) on May 1st every year for 19 years. Tens of thousands of brave people faced the breeze in the plains and helped support the 2008 French Championship. This year, if the dates do not change, the format of the half marathon will change as desired. Organizer of the Grand Paris Sud metropolitan area.
The new format was conceived and developed with the help of associations, volunteers and runners to make it an event for as many people as possible: more comfortable facilities for runners, and a departure village (9 am). At 30:30), we will arrive at Carré Sénart. Here we focus on sports and health, adaptive sports and mixed sports. In addition to the medals, the athlete will receive a twig of lily of the valley celebrating May 1st and an iconic bottle of apple juice produced by the harvest of Serviny. 10 km is also included in the program (9 hours 15 minutes).
baseball. Division 1. Sundays 11:00 am and 2:00 pm: MONTIGNY-LE-BRETONNEUX (1st place)-Metz (4th place) (Jammare Shall Stadium).
basketball. BetClic Elite (Day 31). Friday, 8:30 pm: BOULOGNE-LEVALLOIS (1st place)-NANTERRE (9th place) (Paredes Sports Marcel Cerdan). Sunday, 3:15 pm: Paris (13th)-Orleans (16th) (Haljorge Carpentier).
Gymnastics. WAG Top 12 (Third day). Saturday, 4 pm : MEAUX-Colomier (Frank Leboeuf Gymnasium), Saint-Etienne-COMBS. Top 12 GAM (Third day). Saturday, 3:30 pm : NOISY-LE-GRAND–VÉLIZY (Butte-Verte Gymnasium).
handball.Liqui Moly Star League (24th day). Friday, 8 pm: Créteil (10th)-Saint Rafael (8th) (R. Aubron Sports Hall). Sunday, 5 pm: Dunkirk (12th)-PSG (1st)..Pro League (27th day).. Friday, 8:30 pm: TREMBLAY (6th)-IVRY (1st) (Palais des sports), MASSY (8th)-Caen (10th) (Pierre-de-Coubertin Sports Center), Cherbourg (2nd)-PONTAULT (3rd). Butagaz Energy League (23rd day).. Friday, 8 pm : Chambray (6th ward)-PARIS 92 (3rd ward).
rugby. Top 14 (24th day).. Saturday, 5 pm: Po (10th)-Racing 92 (5th), Clermont (9th)-Stade Francais (11th).
volleyball.League A, playdown (6th day).. Saturday, 6 pm: Cannes (6th)-Le Presirobinson (1st).