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Two clubs will represent Trégor in the cup final! American Ploubezre (D1) and the Tregor FC (R3) qualified for the final of the Department Cup and the Ange Lemee Cup.
First final for the Trécorrois
What a luck! June 11 next† in Servel-Lannionwill the TFC play against Saint Brandan Quintin (R2) the first final of its young history. And this honor, the elf of Jérôme L’Héréec confirmed it on the lawn of the CS Pledran (0-1)a solid R3 team, which made headlines last fall by passing several rounds of the Coupe de France.
The Trécorrois approached this part without any complexity and in the best of ways, much to the delight of their supporters who came in large numbers. And from the 9e minute, after receiving a free kick, David Keroguesonly at the far post, opened the score.
Ten minutes later, after a lone breakthrough, Charles Wullus, off balance in the area, was awarded a penalty that sent Alan Boiveau off the frame. And this missed break, the Trécorrois almost regretted it by awarding a penalty called for a foul by Meven Guélou on a Plédranais striker. But the young TFC doorman redeemed himself by stopping Sylla’s attempt (40e†
“I think our advantage at half-time was far from being appropriated. We had the most chances. After that it is played with few things with a missed penalty for each side”.
‘We deserve our place in the final’
In the second act, Plédran threw all his energies into trying to equalize, but the clock was in favor of TFC who held their lead until the end. And this qualification in cheers that we guess.
“We had a complicated season in the league with the descent to D1 at the end. Plédran was the favorite at kick-off. But again, we managed to defy the odds. The boys went looking for her. We deserve our place in the final.”
Ploubezre will also play a trophy
The Ploubezriens also hold their final, the first in their history! On Binic’s synth, and in front of a very good team from the American Tagarine, the Blues left nothing to chance. They approached the game with maximum seriousness and determination.
“It was a tough game par excellence against an opponent who certainly plays at the lowest district level but has the potential to do well in D2 and who has already put several D1 teams on his list”.
This time there were no surprises. Didier Le Flem’s eleven made the match they needed not to be surprised. And please his supporters.
The USP took the lead from the 17e minute after a penalty kick awarded by Brice Mahe and transformed by Thibault LeFlem. The hardest seemed already done, but the locals in turn found their way to the nets in the 35the minute. An equalizer without too many consequences for the Blues, who took the lead in a new offensive after a nice header by Brice Mahé (41e†
See you on June 12th
Defensively well organized, Didier Le Flem’s men left very little room for the locals to express themselves after returning from the dressing room. The Tagarins played everything, but without the peace of Nicolas Le Bonniecexcellent again, and who kept his own advantage until the end.
“We had a great day and met a very brave opponent. And we are happy that we can extend our season for a few more days. We are going to prepare as best as possible and mobilize the entire club for this final that will be played on June 12 against FC Beaussais Rance Frémur (D1), in Plaintel. It’s a great time to share.
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