All players were given an appointment to Pierre de Coubertin Stadium, this weekend for the sixth edition of the Open Generali, to meet the twelve teams in Ligue AF Paris, in order to compete in the first day of Women’s Championship. Prompted to open hostilities against Stade Français Paris St-Cloud on Saturday early afternoon, RC Cannes, with its sacred fifteen consecutive (seventeen in total) will take a big favorite tunic for his own succession. For their return among the elite, the Paris minnows should then not be able to challenge the supremacy of the ogre Cannes.
Seul Mulhouse, beaten finalists in last six editions, and only French team to come to dominate the RC Cannes last year, seems well prepared to expect upset the existing hierarchy and challenge the dominance of thier best enemy. “We know it will be tough but anything is possible,” says the French international Anna Rybaczewski who try to lead her teammates on the way to victory against Nantes on Saturday after Albi and Istres have not rambling on the rectangle de Coubertin.
The next day, Venelles, few months after smelling the breath of relegation, take on Calais, a semifinalist the previous year.
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