On the evening of Saturday, October 21, on the 6th day of the National 2 championship, SGBHB hosted Lyon district club Saint Julien Denicé Gleizé. This match was expected to be a benchmark match for the still undefeated Saint-Germinoises. Actually there was no argument. SGBHB won easily with a score of 35 to 23 and remains co-leader of the group along with St Genis Laval.
Coolly received from the kick-off with a goal from local captain Sabina Karupovic, followed by a clever shot from Saint-Germinoise center Laïla Bayard, the Beaujolais girls quickly took a three-point lead (5/2) in the 6th minute. The score got worse in the 10th minute (8/3) after a very attacking SGBHB scored a hat-trick.
St Julien Denicé Gleizé owed its salvation only to a few winning streaks and also a 4 (8/7) streak around the 17th. However, SGBHB immediately broke the record to regain the distance with 7/14 on lap 25. Saint-Germinoises led at half-time with a score of 15/10.
Romane Paulhe supplies 7-meter jets
After returning from the locker room, the game was balanced at 20/15 in the 40th minute. Alizée Lemos, who made 18 saves in the match, gave confidence to her defense and sent her opponents to the ropes again.
His teammate, Romane Paulhe, worked wonders with his 7-meter shots and helped his teammates reach a 10-point difference, 28/18, in the 49th minute. The young player from Lozère was chosen as the best player of the match with a score of 6/1. He said to himself against the cage of 6 opponents: “I am very comfortable taking penalties. “Everything becomes easier when you are well integrated into an excellent community that is aiming for the top this year.”.
SGBHB finished the match freely and won the match with a score of 35 to 23. An excellent operation before heading to Echirolles next Saturday at 20:30.