PSG’s 20/20, the Mets on the wire, Cergy off to a good start … The weekend’s sports debriefing in Ile-de-France

“Le Parisien” now returns every weekend to all the results and highlights of sporting events in Ile-de-France.

The poster of the weekend: and 20 for Paris!

HANDBALL. Under the eyes of Kylian Mbappé who opened the scoring against Bordeaux in L1 two and a half hours earlier, the PSG handball players take another step towards the title of champions of France by winning logically from their runner-up Nantes (34 – 28) during the 20th day of the Starligue. Despite a return from Nantes at the start of the second act (19-18), the Parisians made the difference thanks to an excellent Nedim Remili (7 goals) and an impeccable Vincent Gérard in the cage, author of 18 saves.

The capital club now has a nine point lead over its opponent of the day. Luka Karabatic’s team-mates, who have won all their matches at two-thirds of the season, can still dream of a perfect season, which would be unheard of since the single pool was introduced in the 1980s.

The tournament: Créteil smiles at Clément Tabur

TENNIS. The first edition of the “Grand Paris Sud Est Avenir”, an international men’s tournament “U15” endowed with 15,000 dollars, ie the entry level of professional tournaments, played at the Duvauchelle stadium in Créteil, was won this Sunday by the Habs Clement tabur. 523rd on the ATP and number 6, the native of Angers (Maine-et-Loire) won the final at the expense of another Frenchman Axel Garcia in straight sets (7-5, 6-1).

He mainly plays on the ITF Futures Tour and the ATP Challenger Tour. In the juniors, he won the men’s doubles at the Australian Open in 2018 with partner Hugo Gaston, 8th runner-up at Roland-Garros in 2020.

The perf: the Jokers on a quarter turn

They weren’t shy on the ice at Aren’Ice. The Cergy-Pontoise Jokers hockey players, who qualified for the first time for the quarter-finals of the play-offs (best of 7 series), made a success of their start by winning the first two home games against the Goths of Amiens, an opponent who are very experienced.

The Val-d’Oisiens won at the end of the tension on Friday evening (5-4 ap) before doing it again the following day after a balanced game (3-2). Jonathan Paredes’ men will play match 3 on Monday and match 4 on Tuesday in Picardy.

Emotion: the baptism of “Boby”

While his country, Ukraine, has been under attack and bombardment by the Russian army for two weeks, Nanterre’s new homeland, Viatcheslav “Boby” Bobrov, this Saturday played his first game in his new colors against Cholet. sports hall. Author of 3 points, 2 rebounds and 2 assists, he took part in his team’s victory at the expense of Cholet (79-71) during the 23rd day of the Betclic Elite.

But the main thing was elsewhere. Most importantly, he was able to evolve before the eyes of his companion and his baby who were still on the roads of the exodus last week during his preparatory match at Gravelines. Before the competition, Nanterre and the Cœur d’Ukraine association organized a collection of donations to support the population.

The event: thousands of runners in the Stade de France

After a 2020 edition canceled due to the health crisis, La Grande Course du Grand Paris Express returned this Sunday for its 5th edition. More than 10,000 runners, amateurs or seasoned, had agreed to start the event’s two main races: the 10K and the Half Marathon.

It was at the Stade de France that the arrival of the two Grand Paris Express races was judged. Vincent Krieger Vincent Krieger

The 8,000 runners in the 10 km or 2,000 in the half marathon therefore left for some from the Place de la République and for others from the Bois de Vincennes to take to the asphalt, before arriving at the legendary track of the Stade. the France. About 3,000 spectators came to cheer on the finishers from the stands of the stadium. The half marathon was won by Anthony Boissel in one hour, 13 minutes and 46 seconds.

The image: the Mets at the buzzer

Attacked, buried by his partners, Vince Hunter does not see the meeting umpires go to the scorer’s table to check if his basket at the buzzer is valid. He is ! After a few moments of endless waiting, the 27-year-old American interior from Boulogne-Levallois and his partners can once again raise their arms to the sky in joy and anger.

The Cerdan sports hall is happy with it! Vince Hunter, author of an average match so far, is the hero of the night for the Metropolitans, the craftsman of the stunning victory over Orleans (79-78), Friday, at the opening of the 22nd day of Betclic Elite.

Led by one point (77-78) 2 seconds and 3 tenths off the buzzer, after a three-point shot from Nobel Boungou-Colo (who had started the season with the Mets as a medical freelancer), Vincent Collet’s players seized success thanks to this basket in extremis from Vince Hunter.

After a throw-in, the American goes to the basket without an Orleans player being able to stop him. At the last moment, just before the board blushes, he acrobatically tosses the ball into the air. The latter hits the “plexi” before piercing the nets. With this win, 17th for 6 losses, the Mets consolidate their top spot in the Betclic Elite standings. Two days of rest was well worth it.

The results

BASKETBALL. Betclic Elite: BOULOGNE-LEVALLOIS – Orleans 79-78; PARIS – Bourg-en-Bresse 83-72; NANTERRE-Cholet 79-71.

ICE HOCKEY. Magnus League, quarter-finals of the play-offs: CERGY-PONTOISE leads 2 sets to 0 against Amiens (5-4 aet, 3-2). The series is played best of 7 games.

HANDBALL. Star Competition: CRETEIL-Saran 32-31; PSG Nantes 34-28. Pro league: IVRY-Besancon 41-33; PONTAULT-COMBAULT – Selestat 35-33; Angers-MASSY 27-29. The TREMBLAY – Strasbourg match has been postponedWomen’s League : PARIS 92 – Dijon 27-20.

RUGBY. National: SURESNES – Soyaux-Angouleme 19-33; Nice-MASSY 27-26.

TENNIS. ITF “Grand Paris Sud Est Avenir” tournament in Créteil. Final: Clément Tabut (Fra) b. Axel Garcia (Fra) 7-5, 6-1.

VOLLEY-BALL. League A men: Nice-PARIS 1-3; PLESSIS ROBINSON – Narbonne 0-3. A-league ladies: STADE FRANCAIS PARIS ST-CLOUD – Vandoeuvre-Nancy 1-3.