Football, basketball, volleyball, hand, ask for the weekend program – Department – Sports

Lots of away games, a few home games … here is the weekend program for our flagship clubs around the Etang de Berre


– In National 2 the FC Martigues (10th) receives Rumilly (7th) on Saturday at 6 p.m. at Turcan. The Sang et Ors left a great impression during their last success in Toulon and during the 4th round of the Coupe de France. They will want to continue their momentum to move up the standings. In the league Rumilly remains on his side on a draw against Lyon and a defeat against Monaco. Maritima will be at Turcan to offer you post-match images and reactions.

– In the same hen Marignane Gignac (13th) also wants to move away from the relegation zone. The MGFC remains on two important successes against Jura Sud and OM. To make the pass of 3, it will be necessary to dominate Toulon (8th) on Saturday at 6 p.m. at St Exupery.

– A National 3, Istres plays Corte on Saturday at 4 p.m. and Blue Coast goes to Cannet Rocheville at 5 p.m.


– Kick-off of the League B championship. Martigues starts with a trip to Mende on Saturday evening. The two clubs faced each other in the Mediterranean tournament at the end of September for a 2/0 MVB success (25/18 25/15). In a tough championship, the Sang et Or want to start strong to show their ambitions to grab the top 3. Presentation of the ambitions of the MVB this evening in the Sports Agenda on maritima TV.

– In Elite two trips also on Saturday for the Istréennes and the Vitrollaises. Istres Provence Volleyball, who started his season with a clear 3/0 success against the VSVB, wants to go to Calais. The Northerners fell heavily in Sens (3/0) during the first day. On his side Vitrolles will seek to take his first points in Bordeaux but it will not be easy given the show of force of the Girondines against Nîmes last Saturday (3/0).


– In Betclic Elite the basketball players from Fos play Saturday at Gravelines with the objective of showing a better face than against Châlons Reims at the start of the season (see our dispatch yesterday).

– a derby on the program in N2 for Martégales in short trip Saturday to Marseille to face the SMUC. The two clubs currently have rankings opposed to their ambitions. Martigues which aims for the rise is red lantern with two heavy defeats (against Bourges and Cournon). The SMUC, which did not even watch the play-offs, is for the moment co-leader with 3 large successes.


– A home game for the Istres handball players and what a match! It’s quite simply a derby this Friday evening with the reception of the PAUC at 8 p.m. at the Halle polyvalente. Maritima will be there to offer you a report and feedback. After two logical defeats against Paris and Montpellier, Istres (11th, 3 points) started his season in Liqui Moly Starligue with a draw against Chartres and a success in Limoges. The Aixois (6th, 5 points), who are also involved in the European Cup, started with two successes (Limoges and Nancy) before losing at Chambery and drawing a draw against Nantes. We will raise the temperatures before this derby tonight still in the Sports Agenda on Maritima TV.

– In National 1, the Martégaux will also play at home on Saturday. 3rd in its group (2 wins, one draw), MHB will receive Fenix ​​Toulouse (2nd) for a great poster at 8:30 p.m. at the Palais des Sports. Images, report and reactions to come also on maritima.

– A National 2, Istres (1st) will receive Monaco (9th) Sunday at 4 p.m. in Bardin, Chateauneuf (4th) will host the PAUC reserve (8th) on Sunday at 3 p.m. at the Plaine des Sports. Marignane (12th) will go to St Raphaël (3rd) on Saturday.