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While the XV of France faces Scotland on Friday March 26 as part of the Six Nations Tournament, this team can try to win this trophy for the first time since 2010. The 13 Hours of France 2 has chosen to make a detour to the next to Toulouse (Haute-Garonne), a few hours from the match, where excitement reigns and young rugby enthusiasts expect a lot from the France team.
Friday March 26, the XV of France travels to Scotland as part of the Six Nations Tournament, a competition that he can still hope to win. This is a trophy that has escaped the Blues since 2010. On the side of Toulouse (Haute-Garonne), high school students following an education arranged in order to train every day have rugby for passion. They will be the first supporters of the France team. “We believe in“, says one of the players.”We feel the admiration and the desire to be in their place“, recognizes another.
Three holders of the Blues, Julien Marchand, Antoine Dupont and Romain Ntamack, were also trained at the Lycée Julimont in Toulouse. A source of pride for young people, who can dream and tell themselves that anything is possible. The Women’s Hope pole also trains at the same stadium. “Last week they made us dream“Says a player. To win the Six Nations Tournament, it will be necessary to beat Scotland by scoring 4 tries and with a gap of 21 points. The Blues can in any case count on the support of their most fervent supporters.
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