Ibuhos ang Salles, c’était le quart de finale de trop

The Sallois were too bad to play their game. Two successful penalties by South African Faasen allowed Isle Jourdain to lead 33rd (6-0). Despite a good defense, the Sallois only offer sporadic attacks, too isolated to upset their opponents.

Thanks to a very thorough game and great simplicity, the Lislois marked a test just before my time. This advantage did nothing to hold back any further. Three minutes after the replay, a second attempt was marked by the excellent Samoan Muagututia. It was enough then to look at the Salloises mines to understand that it would have been very hard to the end.

Indeed, the Sallois were paying very high for the energy emissions deployed against Layrac and then Gujan-Mestras. Worse, no one had any memory of being seen during the season as badly injured. The generous replacements, all utilized, were no longer, for their part, to hand over the Sallois to the front.

Salles had a great season and gave his audience a lot of joy.

Fortunately for Salles, Fakaté, who came in at the end of the game, allowed his team to unlock the score, after an all -powerful and flawless test. The Sallois received a lesson of realism and never found the solution to counter a very simple adverse game but with undeniable effectiveness.

They also had a taste of what awaits them next season, as Jourdain Island has a real level of Federal 1. Captain Lislois Bilhère writes in his analysis: “Objective achieved. One is given the right to dream with an extra turn. We have just played a big team, which finished first in chicken coop like us. It was a real test. We took things in the right direction and we had to enjoy them. We are going to taste now because we have been obliged to give a lot today ”.

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