Far from their catastrophic match played last week, the Stadistes tied with their opponent of the day in the first half, during which they even took the lead, well helped by the early try of Laousse-Azpiazu (7-0). USAP responded quickly with penalties and a try from Melvyn Jaminet. The two teams went blow for blow and joined the locker room with a score of parity (16-16).
Eru’s nasty tackle
The second period is less hooked. After a timid start, Perpignan took advantage of Goneva’s exclusion for ten minutes to take off thanks to a try from De La Fuente (29-16). Behind, and despite a yellow card received by the Usapist Eru for a very nasty tackle, the Montois collapsed, conceding two additional tries from Dubois then Tedder (41-16).