Blois chased the black cat. After two setbacks in 2018 to 2020, one access denied and another blocked by interruption and the ice of the season due to the pandemic, the ADA on Saturday received its ticket for the elite in force (76 67 ) in Antibes for the second time (86-66 Wednesday in Blois) in the final of the Pro B series featured in the best of three matches.
At the end of a tight and tight match (37-34 at the break for Antibes, 56-54 for Blois after three quarters), Mickaël Hay’s players took the lead in the last three minutes and placed a 11-0 signed by game manager Thomas Cornely (18 points, 7 rebounds, 7 decisive passes) with six points, a decisive pass and a foul in the last two minutes. Fourth of the regular season, Blois had eliminated Chalon-sur-Saône (2-1) in the quarterfinals at Vichy-Clermont (2-1) in the semi-finals before clashing Antibes (6th of the regular season) with the ‘advantage of the field.
The club du Loir-et-Cher, champion of France de Pro B in 2018 and leader before the interruption of the season in 2020, n’avait pu accéder à l’élite il ya four ans en raison d’un training center not agree agree. He was still in National 1 (3rd level) in 2016. He joined SLUC Nancy, first of the regular season, in the elite in 2022-2023, instead and place of Orléans and Champagne Basket.