Emilie Gomis' return helps Villeneuve
in LFB derby


Emilie Gomis © womensbasketballl-in-france  Emilie Gomis (in picture) played her first game in the LFB this season for Villeneuve d'Ascq. She came on at the start of the second quarter in the derby match against Union Hainaut and scored with her first shot.

Gomis finished the game with 10 points, while her team-mate Olayinka Sanni top scored with 21 points as Villeneuve d'Ascq beat Union Hainaut (78-65).

Challes-les-Eaux' victory (80-49) against Toulouse Métropole Basket has resulted in the first relegation of the season.

Toulouse will not be able to finish higher than 13th place even if they win their remaining six games. So after two seasons in the elite they will return to the second division.

Challes-les-Eaux ended the game as a contest by the end of the first quarter leading (54-20).

Aldo Corno © womensbasketballl-in-france  During the second half of the match Aldo Corno (right) turned his bench allowing players from the basketball academy to play.

Bourges Basket did just enough to get past Tarbes (59-54).

Alain Jardel's team, despite trailing for most of the match, did not allow Bourges Basket a chance to build a big lead.

Tarbes almost upset their guests when Jelena Dubljevic levelled the score (54-54) with money-time approaching.

However Emméline Ndongue put Bourges back in the driving seat with 3 points before Anaël Lardy sealed the victory from the charity stripes.

Bourges need just one more victory to secure the LFB regular season title.

Charleville-Mézières lost Kristen Mann just before the interval. They gave Montpellier a scare before falling (63-66). Ana Lelas was the leading scorer for Montpellier with 18 points.

At the moment nothing is going right for Mondeville who fell at home (66-85) to Aix-en-Provence.

Basket Landes needed overtime to get past Nantes-Rezé (76-72). Jennifer Humphrey was once again the player of the match with 22 points and 10 rebounds.

In the final match of the weekend COB Calais lost at home to local rivals Arras (60-69).

Arras opened with a (6-0) start and dominated the first quarter (23-9)and had the LFB contest in their pocket by the interval (46-28).

You can read here about the LFB basketball news from the previous round.


Tarbes 54-59 Bourges Basket

Tarbes: Jelena Dubljevic 14 (3 assists), Roneeka Hodges 13 (3 assists), Ivanka Matic 3, Pauline Jannault-Lo 3, Isis Arrondo 3, Naura El Gargati 2, Florence Lepron 9, Darline Nsoki DNP, Brooke Smith 8

Bourges Basket: Anaël Lardy 4, Maja Miljkovic 2, Nwal-Endéné Miyem 10, Styliani Kaltsidou 4 (4 assists), Jennifer Digbeu 3, Catherine Joens 17, Paoline Salagnac 6, Emméline Ndongue 13 (8 rebounds), Ilona Burgrova 0


USO Mondeville 66-85 Aix-en-Provence

USO Mondeville: Touty Gandega 3, Anne-Sophie Pagnier DNP, Esther Niamké-Moisan 4, Aija Brumermane 10, K. B. Sharp 10, Lenae Williams 11, Yacine Séné 10, Pauline Thizy DNP, Aurélie Bonnan 14 (9 rebounds), Valeriya Berezhynska 4

Aix-en-Provence: Emmanuelle Gorjeu 3, Claire Tomaszewski 5, Zoi Dimitrakou 17, Isabelle Strunc 3, Margaux Okou-Zouzouo 2, Natalie Hurst 16 (7 assists), Sabrina Réghaïssia 18, Carren Gay 4, Hollie Grima 17 (8 rebounds)


Charleville-Mézières 63-66 Lattes-Montpellier

Charleville-Mézières: Amel Bouderra 10 (7 assists), Belinda Mboma 6, Carine Contessi 5, Sarra Ouerghi 2, Alexia Kusion 3, Ekaterina Dimitrova 5, Kristen Mann 11, Djéné Diawara 19 (10 rebounds), Eléonore Grossemy 2, Patrycja Gulak-Lipka 0

Lattes-Montpellier: Virginie Bremont 7, Alice Poto 7, Iva Perovanovic 8, Cyrielle Hugues DNP, Ana Lelas 18 (10 rebounds), Gaëlle Skrela 11, Sandra Dijon-Gérardin 6, Ines Ajanovic 5, Fatimatou Sacko 5


Villeneuve d'Ascq 78-65 Union Hainaut Basket-St Amand

Villeneuve d'Ascq: Carine Paul 4, Ingrid Tanqueray 15 (5 assists), Marjorie Carpréaux 2 (5 assists), Laurie Datchy 0, Fanny Ploegaerts DNP, Emilie Gomis 10, Carla Thomas 5, Olayinka Sanni 21 (10 rebounds), Elodie Bertal 17, Adrijana Knezevic 14

Union Hainaut: Amanda Jackson 16, Emilie Duvivier 2, Clémence Beikes 17, Emilie Silbande-Petiteau 1, Noémie Lemaire 2, Céline Girard DNP, Laëtitia Kamba 9, Jasmon Covington 1, Elsa Martins 2, Alison Bales 15


Challes-les-Eaux 80-49 Toulouse

Challes-les-Eaux: Romy Bär 11 (5 steals), Bianca Thomas 12, Alexia Plagnard 2, Sabrina Palie 12 (8 assists), Mistie Williams-Bass 22 (17 rebounds), Magali Lacroix 8, Clarisse Costaz 8, Jennifer Fleischer 0, Claire Michel 0, Elodie Tadeuszak 3, Manon Moral 2, Lalya Sidibe 0

Toulouse: Lou Mataly 0, Jessie de Colo 4, Camille Aubert 12, Chandrea Jones 7, Emilie Maurice 5, Leslie Matanga 11, Lola de Angelis 4, Shanavia Dowdell 2, Suzanna Milovanovic 4


COB Calais 60-69 Arras

COB Calais: N'Deye N'Diaye 8 (7 rebounds), Sylvie Gruszczynski 14, Mélanie Devaux 3, Aurélie Cibert 6 (5 assists and 7 rebounds), Mélanie Arnaud 5 (7 rebounds), Manon Sinico 14, Pelagia Papamichail 8, Brigitte Ardossi 2

Arras: Leilani Mitchell 9 (4 assists), Laury Aulnette 0, Krissy Badé 4, Sarah Michel 8, Johanne Gomis 12, Olesia Malashenko 15, Adja Konteh 2, Marielle Amant 4, Aija Putnina 2, Pauline Akonga N’Simbo 13


Basket Landes 76-72 Nantes-Rezé

Basket Landes: Aminata Konate 0, Katarina Manic 13 (6 assists), Bineta Diouf 9, Anaïs Le Gluher 15, Julie Barennes 0, Tamera Young 12, Julia Borde DNP, Marion Laborde 5, Laurie Lapeyre DNP, Jennifer Humphrey 22 (10 rebounds)

Nantes-Rezé: Florine Basque DNP, Caroline Aubert 11 (6 assists), Joyce Cousseins-Smith 7, Mélanie Plust 9, Allison Hightower 7, Yuliya Andreyeva 0, Mame-Marie Sy-Diop 16, Sonja Kireta 2, Sabine Niedola 5, Emilija Podrug 15 (9 rebounds)


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Date created: 05 March 2011
Date updated: 06 March 2011


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