VNTC – SARREGUEMINES,
Sunday, from 9 a.m.
The Villarois left a bit KO of their brief journey to Vandoeuvre. And for good motive !
Despite the benefit of the rankings in all of the singles, the companions of Antoine Claudel fell closely (4-1) mortgaging on the identical time their probability to hold their place within the regional elite on the finish of the train. “We experienced a collective bankruptcy,” confides Antoine Claudel. “We lacked training and matches. Certainly it is a fault but our professional obligations do not necessarily allow us to have the time to do so. Now, I am convinced that it will get better and better as the days go by”.
We hope so as a result of the VNTC already has its back to the wall. “The only positive note of the first day is to note that the Moselle teams did not field their best team. There was only one negative in the field”. Inevitably, the Villarois hope that it is going to be the identical for the remainder of the train.
Starting with this Sunday when the VNTC will provide hospitality to the Sarreguemines crew led by Hugo Schott (and overwhelmed throughout the curtain raiser by Cattenom 3-2). Hugo Schott was surrounded for the event by two 3/6. “As far as I'm concerned, I'm looking more to have fun in these championships than to achieve a big performance”, continues Antoine Claudel. “At 24 years old, I now prefer the role of coach more than trying to climb the rankings. Despite everything, I am 100% for the team”. For this half, the rotation is to ensure that the two/6 Villarois. Thus, Antoine Rambour takes the place of Maxime Niziolek.
The groups: VNTC: A. Claudel (1/6), L. Vanhuyse (1/6), A. Rambour (2/6) For Sarreguemines (topic to change): H. Schott (-15), B. Kucera ( 3/6), J. Kaufmann (3/6)