Première Ligue de Saintonge 20/21 (Football) (Solo | Image-Heavy)

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The Première Ligue (1° Ligue) is the top tier of the Santonian men's professional football system, comprising 20 teams. The league is overseen by the Santonian Football Federation (Fédération saintongeaise de football, FSF). The champions of the 1° Ligue (the team that finished the most points in the league table) wins the Coupe des Ligues, while the winners of the knockout cup competition that is open to all teams in the Santonian football system gets the Coupe de Saintonge. The two usually face off at the beginning of the new season to win the Trophée royal des Champions.

The current holder of the Trophée royal des Champions is Saintes-Saints-Brice FC (the winner of the Coupe des Ligues in 2019/20 season), who defeated second-tier team En Avant Saintes (the winner of the Coupe de Saintonge in 2019/20 season), 3-1.

These are the teams currently in the Première Ligue de Saintonge this 2020/21 season. More information can be seen in the subsequent posts.

In this thread the results of the 1° Ligue games will be posted. Stay tuned for updates!



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Teams in the Première Ligue de Saintonge

These are the teams currently in the Première Ligue de Saintonge this 2020/21 season. The list is arranged in alphabetical order.

Artois SC
Full Name: Artois Sports Club
Short Name: Artois
FSF Code: ART
Hometown: Arthus (Argens)
Stadium: Stade ducal d'Artois
Capacity: 40,654
Manager: Raymond Leborgne

AS Aurigny
Full Name: Association sportive d'Aurigny
Short Name: Aurigny
FSF Code: AUR
Hometown: Aurigny (Seudre)
Stadium: Stade d'Aurigny
Capacity: 45,845
Manager: Louis-Patrice Clamanne

SC Bâle
Full Name: Sporting club de Bâle
Short Name: Bâle
FSF Code: BAL
Hometown: Bâle (Sarine)
Stadium: Stade de Bâle
Capacity: 56,152
Manager: Philippe-Arthur Sillery

AS Beaucaire
Full Name: Association sportive de Beaucaire
Short Name: Beaucaire
FSF Code: BCR
Hometown: Beaucaire (Capoterre)
Stadium: Stade de Capoterre
Capacity: 41,065
Manager: Jules-Damien-Alexandre Thibon de Villehardouin

Stade Béthon 50
Full Name: Stade Béthon 1950
Short Name: Stade Béthon
FSF Code: BET
Hometown: Béthanie (Rance)
Stadium: Stade Béthon
Capacity: 48,652
Manager: Claude Barbet

Stade Beaunais FC
Full Name: Stade Beaunais Football Club
Short Name: Beaune
FSF Code: BNE
Hometown: Beaune (Côle)
Stadium: Stade Beaunais
Capacity: 52,362
Manager: Barthélemy Quénault

AJ Saint-Tobie-de-Coire
Full Name: Association de la Jeunesse de Saint-Tobie de Coire
Short Name: St-Tobie de Coire
FSF Code: COI
Hometown: Coire (Haine)
Stadium: Stade de Saint-Tobie
Capacity: 60,564
Manager: Thibault-Tobie Brassart

Côme FC
Full Name: Côme Football Club
Short Name: Côme
FSF Code: COM
Hometown: Come (Simbruins)
Stadium: Stade ducal des Pouilles
Capacity: 66,874
Manager: Martin-Joseph Tribouillard

Espérance SC Loudun
Full Name: Espérance Sports Club de Loudun
Short Name: Espérance Loudun
FSF Code: LDN
Hometown: Loudun (Doire)
Stadium: Stade d'Espérance
Capacity: 50,165
Manager: Victor-Guillaume Birotteau

USL Novale
Full Name: Union Sportive du Littoral de Novale
Short Name: Novale
FSF Code: NOV
Hometown: Novale (Basses-Alpes)
Stadium: Tech Parc
Capacity: 50,845
Manager: Carlo del Porco

Olympique Nyonnais FC
Full Name: Olympique Nyonnais Football Club
Short Name: Olympique Nyonnais
FSF Code: NYN
Hometown: Nyon (Bouche-du-Rhâne)
Stadium: Stade des Princes
Capacity: 71,652
Manager: Jean-Pierre Remond

Excelsior AC Perthus
Full Name: Excelsior Athletic Club de Perthus
Short Name: Excelsior Perthus
FSF Code: PER
Hometown: Perthus (Basses-Brômes)
Stadium: Stade Thibault-Gaetjens
Capacity: 39,162
Manager: Matthieu-André Gallet

FC Plaisance
Full Name: Football club de Plaisance
Short Name: Plaisance
FSF Code: PLA
Hometown: Plaisance (Corb)
Stadium: Parc de la Pointe Plaisante
Capacity: 44,516
Manager: Olivier Jovelet

Provins Football Puy-d'Or
Full Name: Provins Football Puy-d'Or
Short Name: Provins Puy-d'Or
FSF Code: PRV
Hometown: Provins (Puy-d'Or)
Stadium: Parc de Champagne
Capacity: 42,658
Manager: Louis-Philippe Jomard

CO Ratisbonne
Full Name: Club Odinspylique de Ratisbonne
Short Name: Ratisbonne
FSF Code: RAT
Hometown: Ratisbonne (Lauter)
Stadium: Parc Odinspylique
Capacity: 50,895
Manager: Joseph-Landéric Bussmann

Stade de Saintes FC
Full Name: Association royale sportive de Saintes - Stade de Saintes Football Club
Short Name: Stade de Saintes
FSF Code: SDS
Hometown: Saintes
Stadium: Stade de Saintes
Capacity: 80,165
Manager: Brice-Paul Charléty

Saintes-Saints-Brice FC
Full Name: Saintes-Saints-Brice Football Club
Short Name: Saintes-Saints-Brice
FSF Code: SSB
Hometown: Saintes
Stadium: Stade des Saints-Brice
Capacity: 57,162
Manager: Kévin Caillard

Tiffauges FC
Full Name: Tiffauges Football Club
Short Name: Tiffauges
FSF Code: TFF
Hometown: Tiffauges (Lignon)
Stadium: Stade de Théiphalie
Capacity: 34,989
Manager: Marc-Étienne Garrau

Coeur-Rouge de Torcy
Full Name: Coeur-Rouge de Torcy Sporting Club
Short Name: Torcy
FSF Code: TRC
Hometown: Torcy-le-Grand (Lisle)
Stadium: Parc des Torsades des Pointes
Capacity: 53,161
Manager: Paul-Sylvestre Maurel

FC Vantes de Domnonée
Full Name: Football Club de Vantes de Domnonée
Short Name: Vantes de Domnonée
FSF Code: VAN
Hometown: Vantes (Authie)
Stadium: Stade royal de Vantes
Capacity: 60,885
Manager: Marc-Rogatien Livolant
 
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Week 1 Results

The 2020-2021 season of Santonian football kicked off last Saturday, with the Northeast Derby between AJ St-Tobie de Coire and SC Bâle. The Cathedral Boys won on home ground, 2-1 with a goal each by Hugberg Steenstrup and Tobias Rönbeck. The largest win was Stade de Saintes’ 4-1 win over AS Aurigny, with The Dangerous Druron Dangereaux piling on the three-goal lead with his hat-trick, the first this season.

 
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Week 2 Results

Week 2 was boring with three goalless drawn games: USL Novale vs Espérance SC Loudun, FC Vantes de Domnonée vs Stade Beaunais FC, and FC Plaisance vs Artois SC. The most lopsided game was Provins Football Puy-d’Or’s crushing of a hapless Stade Béthon 50. The Bethanians lost 5-0.

 

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Week 3 Results

Stade de Saintes would’ve lost to a weak Excelsior Perthus FC were it not for a late Justin Cantalamessa equaliser that allowed the visitors to salvage a draw. Charléty’s boys would have to up their game. The biggest win was courtesy of Aurélien Thoret, who propelled Espérance SC Loudun to their first win this season: a 2-0 crushing of a struggling Coeur-Rouge de Torcy.

 

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Week 4 Results

No more goalless draws this week as the dynamos of the Première Ligue teams started to rev up. Thibault-Gaëtan Mollevaut saved Provins Football Puy-d’Or from embarrassment on home ground against Olympique Nyonnais with an 89th minute goal, ending the game with a 2-2 draw. Meanwhile, AS Aurigny staged a surprising comeback against Excelsior Perthus FC. The Aurignais, down 2-0 at halftime, surged with goals from Carlo Manlio Badaracco and Gaston Condorcet. An 86th minute penalty goal from Badaracco sealed the game for Aurigny. In the Bethanian Derby, FC Vantes de Domnonée emerged victorious over Stade Béthon 50. On home ground, Stade de Saintes scored the biggest win of the week against Stade Beaunais FC: Charléty’s boys chased the Birds away with a 3-0 win.

 
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Week 5 Results

Week 5 became even more exciting with less drawn games, with only Tiffauges FC and Excelsior Perthus FC settling for a 1-1 draw. AJ St-Tobie de Coire embarrassed their USL Novale hosts by winning 1-2, with another Hugberg Steenstrup goal from the midfield clinching the win. The erratic Stade de Saintes fell to FC Plaisance, with the Dogs winning 2-1, with Thorkell Langslet and Jourdain Lanthieri scoring. Saintes-Saints-Brice FC won their fifth straight game this season with a cakewalk over Coeur-Rouge de Torcy. The end score was a lopsided 6-2, with Kévin-Ardouin Cremillieux accomplishing the second hat-trick this season. Torcy’s goals weren’t even entirely theirs: one of their points was courtesy of an own goal by Saintes-Saints-Brice defender Alexandre Dufflocq.

Results

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Standings
Saintes-Saints-Brice remains on the top of the leaderboard, still undefeated. The other team with this winning streak is St-Tobie de Coire, but Saintes-Saints-Brice wins on goal difference.
 

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Week 6 Results

Week 6 saw the top two teams crush their opponents. Saintes-Saints-Brice crushed a bumbling Excelsior Perthus FC in the Bulls’ territory, while St-Tobie de Coire gave Coeur-Rouge de Torcy a taste of defeat in Coire. The 7-3 score in favour of the Vikings is the most lopsided this week, aided by a hat-trick by Matthias-Aymeric Bombardier, plus two goals by their Prydanian import Tjörvi Hagtvedt. This was Hagtvedt’s first game with Coire and two goals right from the start is very impressive. Joram-Brice Lacombe snatched a win for USL Novale on home ground against Odinspylique de Ratisbonne. The Dogs stole the game from AS Aurigny with FC Plaisance’s Thorkell Langslet and Jourdain Lanthieri overcoming the 1-0 deficit at halftime. Meanwhile Stade de Saintes’ Druron Dangereaux and Finnbjörn Röyseland scored against a hapless Stade Béthon 50. The Bethanians need to improve on their defence.

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Standings
The top of the leaderboard remain unchanged, with Saintes-Saints-Brice and St-Tobie de Coire undefeated for six games. Week 7 will be exciting as these two teams face off in Stade Saints-Brice.
 

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Week 7 Results
Week 7 was a week of surprises. In the first shocker of the week, AJ St-Tobie de Coire humiliated defending champions Saintes-Saints-Brice FC in Saintes. The Vikings’ two Prydanian strikers, Tobias Rönbeck and Tjörvi Hagtvedt, scored in the first half as SSB’s disorganised defence gave way. Kévin-Ardouin Cremillieux’s heroics only resulted in one goal in the latter half, not enough to save the game. In another story of trying to catch up and failing, Tiffauges FC tried to overcome a 3-0 deficit against FC Plaisance. For a while, Florent Viochot’s own goal in the second half seemed to help Tiffauges, but ultimately Tiffauges lost 3-2. The last shocker was Provins Football Puy-d’Or vs USL Novale, where the game seemed to be heading for a 1-1- draw when Brice-Boëce Brisbois, a new striker drawn from the Novalais’ reserve team, lobbed the ball into the goal at the 82nd minute.

The most lopsided game of the week goes to Odinspylique de Ratisbonne, which crushed the still-winless Coeur-Rouge de Torcy, 1-5. Benjamin-Timothée Röthlisberger ramped up the score with his first hat-trick this season.

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Standings
Because of their win in Stade Saints-Brice, St-Tobie de Coire is now at the top of the leaderboard, undefeated in seven games.
 

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Week 8 Results

Week 8 was full of draws, with Olympique Nyonnais and Stade de Saintes, Vantes de Domnonée and Espérance SC Loudun, and FC Plaisance and Excelsior Perthus FC drawing their games. St-Tobie de Coire’s new Prydanian acquisition seemed to pay off when Tjörvi Hagtvedt scored a goal in the last few minutes of a seemingly drawn game against Odinspylique de Ratisbonne. Brice-Duncan Soppy did the same for Provins Football Puy-d’Or, turning a 1-1 draw into a 2-1 win against Coeur-Rouge de Torcy. Conversely, midfielder Brice-Baudouin Schaerlaekens made miracles for Olympique Nyonnais, with his “Hail Mary” long goal at the 85th minute drew the game with Stade de Saintes.

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Standings
The top two of the leaderboard remain unchanged, with St-Tobie de Coire at first place and Saintes-Saints-Brice at second. FC Côme’s win over AS Beaucaire propelled the Wolves to third place over Stade de Saintes.
 

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Week 9 Results

Both of the top two teams disposed of their opponents with uncharacteristic difficulty. Benjamin-Timothée Röthlisberger’s goals kept tying Odinspylique de Ratisbonne’s score against Saintes-Saints-Brice, until a Matthieu-Donatien Kerbriant goal put the score at 3-2 at halftime. The SSB defence became more organised in the second half and no more goals were to be had. Meanwhile, the game between St-Tobie de Coire and Provins Football Puy-d’Or swung back and forth as Martin-Clarence Chautemps and Romain Cannizzaro equalised for the away team. Tobias Rönbeck finally put the home team over the top on the 78th minute; Coire won 3-2.

Coeur-Rouge de Torcy looked to be heading to another defeat against Artois SC when Michel-Malcolm Coulthard’s heroics paid off with an equaliser three minutes left in the clock. On the other hand, AS Aurigny seemed resigned to a loss against Olympique Nyonnais when Carlo Manlio Badaracco scored twice in the second half and converted the loss to a win. Brice-Corentin Kermorgant scored his second hat-trick this season when his FC Vantes de Domnonée walloped USL Novale 4-2.

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Standings
Côme FC’s loss to Espérance SC Loudun pushed them into fourth place behind Stade de Saintes on aggregate. Coeur-Rouge de Torcy’s draw with Artois SC lifted them off the bottom and ended their eight-game losing streak. The Hearts are above Stade Béthon 50 on aggregate, but are still in the relegation zone.
 

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Week 10 Results

This was a week of few goals; nine of the teams did not score any. Of these nine, Saintes-Saints-Brice came as a surprise. For most of the game, it looked like that the game between SSB and FC Plaisance would end in a goalless draw… until Thorkell Langslet drove the ball into the net at the 85th minute, winning the game for Plaisance. Three more games were won one-to-nil: Benjamin-Timothée Röthlisberger won for Odinspylique de Ratisbonne against Provins Football Puy-d’Or; Matthias-Aymeric Bombardier for St-Tobie de Coire against Artois SC; and Julien Gigantone for SC Bâle versus Excelsior Perthus FC. The most lopsided score was a 0-3 defeat of Stade Béthon 50: Stade Beaunais’ Timothée-Archambault Guyton and Aaron-Germain Denvers supplied the three goals.

Results

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Standings
The top six remained the same, but the points difference between St-Tobie de Coire and Saintes-Saints-Brice widened: the Vikings are a full six points ahead of SSB.
 

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Week 11 Results

This was an exciting week only two of the fixtures ended in draws. FC Plaisance was on a roll, crushing Stade Béthon 50, 4-0, in what was the most lopsided win this week. Thorkell Langslet, hero of last week’s game against Saintes-Saints-Brice, scored a hat-trick against the Bethanians. Saintes-Saints-Brice also recovered form and defeated Provins Football Puy-d’Or on home ground, 5-2.

FC Vantes de Domnonée seemed to be poised to end the winning streak of St-Tobie de Coire by holding them down to a draw at Vantes last Saturday. The Vikings seemed to be behind, with the home team having the lead throughout most of the game. But a winning goal by Tjörvi Hagtvedt on stoppage time sealed the game for the Vikings. Meanwhile, in Nyon, Christophe Carmantrand scored a hat-trick in Olympique Nyonnais’ 6-3 destruction of neighbouring Excelsior Perthus FC.

Results

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Standings
The leaderboard showed only a few changes, with AS Beaucaire, AS Aurigny, and SC Bâle moving up one spot in the rankings.
 
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Week 12 Results

Saintes-Saints-Brice FC crushed Stade Béthon 50, at the latter’s home ground, 1-5, thanks to a Matthieu-Donatien Kerbriant hat-trick. Stade Béthon 50’s goal wasn’t even theirs: a bumbling Alexandre Dufflocq scored an own goal.

Olympique Nyonnais and AJ St-Tobie de Coire disposed of their opponents 1-0 in tight games; fifth-ranked Côme FC was able to hold down AJ St-Tobie de Coire’s lead. After AS Aurigny led 1-0 at the 60th minute, USL Novale came back with two Brice-Boëce Brisbois goals. The most exciting game this week was between Espérance SC Loudun and Tiffauges FC. Tiffauges was down by one or two goals throughout the game, until Paul-Vincent Stofflet equalised the score 3-3 at the 78th minute.

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Standings
AJ St-Tobie de Coire remains on top of the leaderboard, undefeated for 12 games straight. Côme FC’s loss and Espérance SC Loudun’s draw make them slip down one spot.
 
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Week 13 Results

Just like last week, Matthias-Aymeric Bombardier clinched the game for AJ St-Tobie de Coire in its difficult game against Stade de Saintes, allowing to to claim its 13th straight victory this season. Coire’s defenders Hjálmthór Björklund and Snaebjörn Syrstad were able to tag and neutralise Stade de Saintes attackers Finnbjörn Röyseland and Druron Dangereaux.

Both the Provins Football Puy-d’Or – FC Vantes de Domnonée and Olympique Nyonnais – FC Plaisance were drawn boring games. In contrast, Saintes-Saints-Brice FC walloped Artois SC 6-2, with Kévin-Ardouin Cremillieux scoring his second hat-trick this season against the hapless Artesians.

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Standings
The top ten of the leaderboard shifted significantly, with AS Beaucaire now sitting in third place, four points below Saintes-Saints-Brice FC. Coeur-Rouge de Torcy’s loss to AS Aurigny sinks it to the bottom of the scoreboard.
 
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Week 14 Results

Maximilian-Ulrich Boerigter saved the game for Côme FC thanks to a goal in the 80th minute. Aaron-Germain Denvers and Brice-Boëce Brisbois did the same for Stade Beaunais FC and USL Novale, respectively.

AJ St-Tobie de Coire demolished AS Aurigny 0-3, with Coire’s three forwards scoring one goal each. Olympique Nyonnais also destroyed Stade Béthon 50, 4-1 on home ground. But the most lopsided score was FC Vantes de Domnonée’s 5-1 win over Artois SC. Brice-Corentin Kermorgant scored his third hat-trick for this season, lobbing in his third goal at extra time.

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Standings
The top four in the leaderboard remain unchanged. Olympique Nyonnais’ massive win pushed it to fifth place above Côme FC on goal differences.
 

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Week 15 Results

Coeur-Rouge de Torcy finally won a game this season, trouncing Excelsior Perthus FC 2-3. The game see-sawed back and forth, with Michel-Malcolm Coulhard’s hat-trick giving Torcy its first win. This leaves Artois SC as being the only winless team this season, as they lost to Côme FC 0-3.

Finnbjörn Röyseland scored the winning goal for Stade de Saintes against Provins Football Puy-d’Or after Druron Dangereaux equalised the game. Espérance SC Loudun came down from a 0-2 deficit against FC Plaisance to a 3-2 win. After FC Plaisance’s star defender Tristan-Emmanuel Poutlier was injured at the end of the first half, Plaisance’s defence faltered.

FC Vantes de Domnonée’s ascendance became even more apparent when they held last year’s champions Saintes-Saints-Brice FC to a 1-1 draw. Brice-Corentin Kermorgant equalised the game for FC Vantes de Domnonée while at the first half, handing the Saintais their third non-win this season.

The most lopsided win this week is Olympique Nyonnais’ 1-5 demolition of SC Bâle. All of Olympique Nyonnais’ forwards scored, and even its midfielder Brice-Baudouin Schaerlaekens scored one against a Bâle defence filled with holes.

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Standings
Olympique Nyonnais piling up its scores propelled it to fourth place on goal differences, above Stade de Saintes. Coeur-Rouge de Torcy’s win put it at eighteenth place, three points behind SC Bâle in order to get out of the relegation zone.
 
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Week 16 Results

Last year’s champions Saintes-Saints-Brice FC was showing signs of decline in its 1-1 away draw with Olympique Nyonnais. It was only a Matthieu-Donatien Kerbriant goal at the 80th minute that equalised the game. Fellow Saintes team Stade de Saintes also struggled against Artois SC, clawing back a win with a Finnbjörn Röyseland goal. The victory at Arthus also cost Stade de Saintes one of its strikers: Justin Cantalamessa was injured in the latter half, putting him out of service for at least the next dozen games.

Espérance SC Loudun also encountered difficulties disposing of Stade Béthon 50 in Béthanie, with striker Alexis-Raphaël Touchevalier down with an illness. Victor-Guillaume Birotteau had to change tactics and formation in the second half by adding another striker – and it paid off brilliantly. Newcomer Styrfinnur Bergenhammer lobbed the ball into the net on the 79th minute, securing a win for the away team. Another newcomer shone, this time for Stade Beaunais FC: Hallbjörn-Brice Bonsergent scored the away team’s third goal against Coeur-Rouge de Torcy.

The most lopsided win this week was AS Beaucaire’s 5-2 thrashing of SC Bâle. Tristan-Lambert Saint-Huile’s hat trick alone secured the win for the Griffonnians against their Sillanais rivals. One of the Bâlois’ goals weren’t even theirs; one of their points was an own goal by George-Victor Valleuil.

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Standings
There was much shuffling in the leaderboards this week. Rising up the leaderboard are Olympique Nyonnais, Odinspylique de Ratisbonne, Ésperance SC Loudun, Stade Beaunais, and Provins Football Puy-d’Or. Going down are Stade de Saintes, FC Côme, Plaisance FC, USL Novale, FC Vantes de Domnonée, and Tiffauges FC. Despite much changes, the top three and the bottom four remained the same.
 

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Week 17 Results

FC Côme suffered a setback after striker Maximilien Laclède sustained a hamstring injury during the first half of the game against Saintes-Saints-Brice FC, enabling the home team to seize the advantage in the latter half. Maximilian-Ulrich Boerigter had to step up, but his lone goal could not make up for the Kévin-Ardouin Cremillieux and Matthieu-Donatien Kerbriant tandem that scored three.

In another case of an injury, AJ St-Tobie de Coire’s reliable scorer Matthias-Aymeric Bombardier was also put out of service after colliding with Stade Beaunais defender Étienne-Jules Pruche. This left AJ St-Tobie de Coire’s junior strikers Tjörvi Hagtvedt and Tobias Rönbeck, along with its two flexible midfielder-strikers Hugberg Steenstrup and Thorbjörn Kjellander, to step up. The four players of Prydanian descent dubbed the “Vicious Vikings” furiously needled the Beaunais defence, netting three goals in the first half. Stade Beaunais managed to score once in the second half, when newcomer Hallbjörn-Brice Bonsergent (also of Prydanian descent), lobbed the ball into the net at the 68th minute.

Meanwhile, Odinspylique de Ratisbonne crushed their southern neighbours Excelsior Perthus FC, thanks to a Benjamin-Timothée Röthlisberger hat-trick, one of two this week. The other hat-trick was that of Carlo Manlio Badaracco of AS Aurigny, who led his home team to a 3-1 victory against Artois SC.

FC Vantes de Domnonée
continued to falter, with Caël Hascoët’s lone goal unable to match the three goals by Stade de Saintes forwards Druron Dangereaux and Finnbjörn Röyseland.

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Standings
FC Vantes de Domnonée continued to slip, falling to the bottom half of the rankings. Tiffauges FC’s and AS Aurigny’s wins pushed them up in the rankings. The top three and bottom three remain unchanged.
 

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Week 18 Results

The match between former friends ended up in a draw: Saintes-Saints-Brice FC drew AS Beaucaire at the Stade de Capoterre. AS Beaucaire, which as a second-tier team used to received loaned players from Saintes-Saints-Brice FC (among the loaned players include the legendary Brice-Cédric Charbonneau), led in the first half, until a Matthieu-Donatien Kerbriant equaliser in the 40th minute.

FC Côme lost to Stade de Saintes, with the Maximilian-Ulrich Boerigter equaliser buried by a Finnbjörn Röyseland goal near the close of the first half. Rising star Caël Hascoët carried FC Vantes de Domnonée to a 1-0 win over AS Aurigny in Vantes. Down south, Tiffauges FC surged in the second half against Artois SC, with newcomer Finnsteinn Groseth supplying half of the Dragons’ goals.

AJ St-Tobie de Coire continued its 18-game unbeaten streak this season by trumping FC Plaisance 3-0, despite its regular scorer Matthias-Aymeric Bombardier out due to injury.

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Standings
The top and bottom four remain the same. AJ St-Tobie de Coire remain 12 points clear of second-placed Saintes-Saints-Brice FC, while AS Beaucaire edged out Stade de Saintes on goal differences. Meanwhile, goal differences is what kept Excelsior Perthus FC out of the relegation zone.

Next week marks the midseason and it is going to be exciting – the first game of the famous heated Derby de Saintes between Saintes-Saints-Brice FC and Stade de Saintes will be played at the Stade-Saints-Brice.
 
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Week 19 Results

The Saintes derby ended with the cross-city rivals Saintes-Saints-Brice FC and Stade de Saintes settling for a goalless draw. Also ending in goalless draws are the games between FC Côme and AS Aurigny, and Provins Football Puy-d’Or and Stade Beaunais FC.

The new dynamo of Tiffauges FC Finnsteinn Groseth achieved his first hat-trick in the Première Ligue, putting up an insurmountable 4-0 lead over their FC Vantes de Domnonée visitors by the first half. Caël Hascoët and Brice-Corentin Kermorgant tried to catch up, but failed, scoring only three goals in the second half. AJ St-Tobie de Coire’s Vicious Vikings demolished Stade Béthon 50, with all four of them scoring: not content with a 3-1 score, midfielder-striker Thorbjörn Kjellander even snuck a long goal at the end of extra time.

The most exciting game was between Coeur-Rouge de Torcy and SC Bâle. The game see-sawed back and forth, with the Bears up by 2-0 at halftime. A goal by Michel-Malcolm Coulthard and an own goal by SC Bâle’s Jacques-Joseph Prunis equalised the game in the latter half. On the 82nd minute Marc-Amédée Dourthe scored a goal, winning the game for Coeur-Rouge de Torcy. It could be said that SC Bâle was not at all happy at losing the game due to an own goal.

Results

Scorinating Sheet

Standings
At the midseason, the top half remained stable, with only FC Vantes de Domnonée exiting the top half, to be replaced by AS Aurigny. That own goal sank SC Bâle into the relegation zone and saved their opponents Coeur-Rouge de Torcy.
 
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