Perpignan is based on Mont-de-Marsan and maintains an elite

Despite its first place in Pro D2, the Dutch club will not come up after its defeat on Sunday.

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Thirteenth in the Top 14, Usap saved its skin in the elite by winning their dam match on Sunday, June 12, at Mont-de-Marsan (16-41). More solidly, Perpignan put his experience to good use to have the first of the regular Pro D2 season. The Catalan club gets its first hold since 2013.

With four tests, Sang and Or easily dominated their opponents. Pour his last match with his team, international backer Melvyn Jaminet scored 26 points. Despite some approximations, the future toulousain applied the first catalan essay (18th). Jeronimo De La Fuente (56th), Lucas Dubois (68th) and Tristan Tedder (75th) also crossed the line. Usap has become the first Top 14 formation to report this clash against the Pro D2 finalist since the system’s installation, in 2018.

Invading over 17 home games, Mont-de-Marsan failed to overthrow his opponent, even as Yoann Laousse Azpiazou marked the first try of the match (4th). Stade montois had already slipped into the Pro D2 final last week, against Bayonne (20-49). Despite an excellent season with 106 points, the Dutch club, too undisciplined, remain in second division.

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