News from Marc Sarreau, COVID-affected SA Vierzon, golf winner Marco Simone…: sporting instabilities of the week

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Pink October. AS Saint-Amand participated in the “Pink October” operation by providing free access to all women on the occasion of the R1 football match against Joué-lès-Tours and holding a draw with a basket as a key. All proceeds were donated to this cause.

with family. After the match in Villeneuve-d’Ascq, Endy Miyem’s manager took a photo and posted it on social networks, stating that he had “Miyemiz”. In fact, he posed with his two brothers, including Essome, who is the captain of the French basketball team and comes as a neighbor, playing in Pro B in Lille.

Remote duel. On his Facebook account, Bourges mayor Yann Galut did not neglect to congratulate Bourges Foot 18 on Saturday’s big victory (0-3) over Angers SCO’s reserve team. “I would have appreciated this same greeting for Bourges XV, who won at Le Creusot,” Pascal Blanc, the former mayor and chairman of BXV, replied in a post.

Honor guard. Like Philippine Boissay, the Églantine Vierzon/Bourges (N2F) handball players were entitled to a guard of honor when they were presented for the first game in the teams history at Bourges on Saturday evening at the Merlattes gym.

Honor guard. Photograph by Ludovic Auregan.

Deferred. Last weekend, the Vierzon rugby club was hoping to confirm its qualification in the top chickens of District 1 on the occasion of a trip to Gien (Loiret). We will still have to wait, as the meeting has been postponed after several Covid cases in the Vierzonnais ranks.

Discretion. On Saturday morning, nearly 300 people gathered at the Constant-Duval stadium in Vierzon to pay their last respects to Serge Tourny, who died aged 73. Among the many players trained by the current former SAV trainer was Stade Toulousain International, Sofiane Guitoune.

News from Marc Sarreau. Berry cyclist Marc Sarreau hasn’t ridden since his violent fall into the Tour du Poitou-Charentes at the end of August. On Saturday, one of the rescuers present at the crash site arrived on Twitter to hear from the runner. “I’m cured, thanks,” Sarreau replied. Beautiful.

prize Bad gestures are increasingly penalized on the football fields of the Centre-Val de Loire

Simone won again. If Marco Simone had a painful waltz, he found a beautiful swing. The former football coach of Berrichonne de Châteauroux can devote himself entirely to his passion for golf. He has just joined the last two competitions organized by the Golf Club du Val de l’Indre in Villedieu-sur-Indre and in good shape. Marco Simone, currently licensed in Monte-Carlo, even found a taste for victory by winning the approach competition. Something to lift your spirits.

Filming. Bourges Basket president Agnès St-Ges was able to take a few shots Saturday morning on the occasion of the opening of the new 3×3 basketball courts of the Val-d’Auron in Bourges. On the other hand, Federation President Jean-Pierre Siutat and Laëtitia Guapo, who played in Villeneuve-d’Ascq in the evening, were announced at the invitation but did not attend.

Do not start work. Photograph by Nicolas Werquin.

Brian Chevreuil award-winning. While Brian Chevreuil has yet to score under the colors of Bourges Foot 18 this season, he scored his first electoral goal for Haiti against Jordan on September 4. A fantastic strike that allowed the Grenadiers to win but above all named “goal of the year” in Haiti last week.

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