6 Nations U20 – Bleuets group to prepare for trip to Scotland

This Sunday, Bleuets staff told the group that will prepare for the trip to Scotland. Léo Carbonneau and Mathis Ferté are not included, while Vannes opener Jean Cotarmanac’h is included.

This Saturday night, the Bleuets near Aix-en-Provence came close to winning against Ireland. Unfortunately, Sébastien Calvet and his team started their tournament badly with a final defeat of 37-31. This Sunday, the coach communicated with the group to prepare for the trip to Scotland.

Front Pages:

Léo Ametlla (Toulon), Zinedine Aouad (UBB), Adam-Mountaga Bouare (Montpellier), Mathis Castro-Ferreira (Toulouse), Léo Chauvin (UBB), Antonin Corso (Oyonnax), Robin Couly (Clermont), Thomas Duchêne (Clermont ), Charly Gambini (Provence Rugby), Thomas Marceline (Lyon), Corentin Mézou (Toulon), Joé Quere Karaba (Toulon), Sialevailea Tolofua (Toulouse), Patrick Tuifua (Hamke’s Bay Magpies), Noa Zinzen (Racing 92).

Retarded boys:

Grégoire Arfeuil (Pau), Maxence Biasotto (Brive), Hoani Bosmorin (La Rochelle), Fabien Brau Boirie (Pau), Jean Cotarmanac’h (Vannes), Simeli Daunivucu (La Rochelle), Axel Desperes (Pau), Xan Mousques ( Bayonne), Noah Nene (Stade français), Thomas Souverbie (Pau), Robin Taccola (Vannes), Lucas Zamora (La Rochelle).

In the words of Sébastien Calvet on the FFR website: “Battered, disappointed but not discouraged we are about to travel to Scotland to improve our skills and stay in this competition (two bonus points and the penultimate day of Ireland’s trip to England). The group will evolve so that we continue to evaluate as many players as possible for the World Cup. Despite the result, the players showed character against Ireland and a much more complete game than we showed last season on the first day of the competition in Italy. We will have to be united and learn from our first meeting to take on the Scots on their turf.”

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