Wembanyama is still on top, PSG’s hand a hit… This is your sports weekend in Île-de-France

Since last season, “Le Parisien” has been reporting every weekend on all the results and highlights of sporting events involving clubs in the Île-de-France region.

Player: Victor Wembanyama

Basketball. He became a savior again. Beyond posting a superb line of statistics with a double-double of 23 points (best scorer of the match) and 10 rebounds, the most awaited prospect on the planet allowed Boulogne-Levallois to offer his own a difficult victory (91-95). ) on the Bourg-en-Bresse floor on Saturday, thanks to a second against the clutch in extra time 1 minute from the end of the match.

The official NBA account itself tweeted this counter, and many other actions, with great joy. A first highlight that will call others, because the North American Great League decided to broadcast all the performances of the French prodigy from now on.

The counter-performance: Stade Français stopped

Rugby. After a streak of three victories, Stade Français was halted in its race for first place in the Top 14 by the reigning French champions from Montpellier on Saturday. Losing 23-19, the Parisians (24 points) were nevertheless dolphins of Stade Toulousain (33 points) thanks to a well-earned defensive bonus.

Returning from injury, and not playing a single minute this season, Nicolas Sanchez had a mixed game. The 34-year-old saved two penalties to get his team back into the game, but he was also guilty of several fouls, including one that cost the men in pink a try.

The orgy of goals: PSG enjoys

Handball. We need to win to keep up with the frantic pace of Nantes and Montpellier at the top of the Starligue. It was done for Paris Saint-Germain who won 38-32 on the ground of Dunkirk. A victory that is good for the heads after defeats in the Champions Trophy, to Veszprem in the Champions League and to Toulouse in the league, and allows the Parisians to temporarily return to parity with Nantes, the only team that has not losing this season.

Again, the French international Elohim Prandi took charge of the attack (14/16 on shots), while the Swedish European champion Andreas Palicka did the work on the other side of the field (36% stoppages). PSG will now focus on their next Champions League group stage fixture against Porto.

The battle for the… summit: Paris Saint-Cloud holds its rank

Volleyball. An easy victory (3-0) and the title race continues for Paris Saint-Cloud. Les Ile-de-France really need to win against the France Avenir 2024 team, the last in the women’s League A. They have not moved and are therefore in 4th place in the standings, but are tied on points (7) with Terville-Florange, leader.

The missed opportunity: Paris has fallen again

Basketball. Although he had the opportunity to finally get out of the red zone and tie the third consecutive victory, combined all the competition, Paris Basketball let go again at the end of the match against Choletais who nevertheless caught up in Halle Carpentier (66 – 75).

Led by their new recruit, medical freelancer Jeremy Evans (replacing Aamir Simms), the Parisians have been in the game for a long time, in front of an almost full stand for this Halloween match. The winger, who wowed the crowd with a spectacular alley-oop, compiled 16 points and 10 rebounds for a stunning double-double. But Paris is burdened with a completely non-existent three-point address (2/27 or 7.2%).


BASKETBALL. Betclic Elite (7th day): NANTERRE – Gravelines-Dunkirk (103-95); PARIS – Cholet (66-75); Bourg-en-Bresse – BOULOGNE-LEVALLOIS (91-95).

HANDBALL. star league (7th day): Stress – IVRY (30-20); CRETEIL- Aix (27-32); Dunkirk – PSG (32-38). Proleague (7th day): MASSY – Saran (17-28); Valencia – PONTAULT COMBAULT (26-33); TREMBLAY – Caen (30-29).

HOCKEY. League of Magnus (14th day): CERGY PONTOISE – Good (4-3).

RUGBY. Top 14 (9th day): Montpellier – FRENCH STADIUM (23-19); brive- RACE 92 (38-43). ProD2 (7th day): MASYA – Mont-de-Marsan (23-17).

VOLLEYBALL. League A (5th day): PARIS – Tourcoing (2-3); Montpellier – LE PLESSIS-ROBINSON (3-0). League A (W) (3rd day): Chamalieres – LEVALLOIS (3-1); PARIS-ST-CLOUD SF – France Future 2024 (3-0).

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