La Marseillaise à pétanque 2022: Rocher, Robineau and Lacroix on their way to the 32nd finals

La Marseillaise à pétanque 2022: Rocher, Robineau and Lacroix on their way to the 32nd finals

Rocher, Robineau and Lacroix made it clear on this second day of the Mondial La Marseillaise à pétanque. The favorite triplet of the competition eliminated the Martegal team Bencheikh 13-2 during the 5th game.

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No surprise for Dylan Rocher, Stéphane Robineau and Henri Lacroix, during this 5e part of the Mondial La Marseillaise à pétanque. Despite a high level on the side of the opposing triplet composed of Djillali Bencheikh, Jean-Marc Levi and Philippe Martinez, the favorites qualified without difficulty for the rest of the competition.

And yet, this fifth part had started badly. First scheduled to play on the square of honor of France 3, the Robineau triplet finally gave way to Marco Foyot and headed under the lime trees of the central path of the Borély park. Luckily, the ground is in the shade. However, it will be necessary to deal with a very close audience.

The start of the game sets the tone. Dylan Rocher does the job, checks well, well when needed. On the side of the adversaries, the level is raised. The public salutes the talent of the pointer.

The Robineau triplet leads 3 to 1 at the end of the second lead when the referee interrupts the match. Players would not be well positioned on the pitches. They ask to shift to the right. The public, well settled, begins to boo.

The players move, after having tried to discuss. The circle tightens a little more. You have to play short. No problem for Stéphane Robineau who places his ball stuck to the stopper.

Dylan Rocher continues his series of successful shots and Henri Lacroix shows exemplary consistency. With three more points (7-1), the triplet widens the gap.

The 4th lead is canceled after a drowned stopper. On the side of the Bencheikh triplet, a few rare errors are enough for the champions to take over. The score is 8 to 1 in the 5th lead, ended in style by a shot from Henri Lacroix.

The rest of the game is like these first ends. Bencheikh, Levi and Martinez earn one more point but cannot compete with the monsters opposite. The game ends with the score 13 to 2, in a good mood.

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