Basketball: fiery derby between Fougères and Vitré in the Coupe de France

Basketball: fiery derby between Fougères and Vitré in the Coupe de France

The Justy-Specker room in Fougères was full for this derby between Fougères and Vitré (© Republican Chronicle).

64th Coupe de France final Basketball they argued Wednesday, September 21. Basketball Pays de Fougères (N2) received from his neighborAurora Vitre (N1) in the Justy-Specker room.

The Fougerais entered the match perfectly with a 4-0 lead. Stung, Vitréans quickly returned to the game (4-4, 2nd). In the hot room of Justa Specker, Mathieu Lemercier players looked their neighbors from the Window (11-10, 7th).

Galvanized by the atmosphere, Ferns showed great personality on the pitch by dictating the rhythm of the match (18-11, 8). Window managed to pick up the gong score in a very lively first quarter (18-18, 10.).

The leading scorer of this first half with 10 points, Antoine Belkessa, continued to please the public who came in large numbers. Wednesday, September 21 (21-22, 11). Outgunned in the first quarter, Vitréans took some control of this match (26-25, 14th) before Antoine Belkessa sent a long-range dart that continued to disgust the visitors (36-32, 18th).

Mathieu Lemercier’s players showed a very beautiful face in this first period and returned to the locker room before the mark (42:38, at the break).

Temperatures are heating up

The beginning of the second half started at the same pace as the first half, the Fougerais kept the match under control (50-46, 23.). Both teams answered blow for blow 3-pointers (53-49, 24th).

The match was getting more and more exciting as Kévin Bichard and Vitréen Noah Burrell. The Fougerais answered him in the best possible way, with a game (56-51, 27th). As tempers continued to rise, captain Vincent Fandelet came in to calm everyone down (60-64, 30th).

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Maxime Choplin scored 3 points from the beginning of the last quarter (62-64, 31st). Vitrean No. 12 Calvin Jubenot (65-70, 34th) had the last word in a fierce battle under the Fougerais ring. The visitors took a 10-point lead, a bit of a comfortable mattress 6 minutes from time, but no game-killers.

Vitré starts

Window took off and Ferns It seemed that he was no longer able to lower the mark (65-77, 35th). After more than 30 minutes to compete Window, Ferns gave up the match in the last quarter (65-78, 35th).

Moustapha N’Diaye reduced the score without the guests doubting (67-78, 36th). In the breathtaking end of the match, there was tension on the floor even 5 minutes from the end of the match (67-80, 37.).

Vitré can handle his end of the match better. Fougerais will play a high quality game, but a letdown in the last quarter will improve Fougerais. Window won 72-85 against Ferns to qualify for the 32nd final of the Coupe de France.

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