Valence Romans took the match in the final five minutes and beat Vannes 32-31. However, the locals did not make it out of the relegation zone, while the visitors are the Perpignan escorts. The match was attended by Lucas Mensa, Segundo Tuculet and Rodrigo Bruni for the respective teams.
Ambrose Curtis was the first scorer of a try in the match near the start of the match and placed the Jean-Noël Spitzer-led team 0-7. The advantage did not last long, because Lucas Mensa left the Argentine mark on the rival ingoal after an assist from Kéremy Scalase leaving only the center of Pucará and equalizing the score. At the end of the 40 minutes, a conquest by Branden Holder left the situation at a disadvantage for the home team going to the break 7-14.
In the final stage, Rodrigo Bruni woke up early with a try at pure power without anyone being able to lower it and stretched the partial result 10-24 to make the team comfortable and get even closer to the leader of the contest.
After many irregularities on the part of both sets with knock-on and instability to control the ovalda, the Argentine third row signed his second try after three attempts to tackle him although his Argentine spirit was stronger and brought a smile to Vannes.
Near the end, the team led by Alexis Armary was in charge of erasing them and Jody Jenneker suspended the partial defeat and looked askance at the result. A priori, in the absence of five minutes for the referee to whistle the end of the match, Pieter-Jan van Lill gave him an agonizing try that would leave the home team to win in the absence of the conversion and that was how Mathieu Lorée aimed, fired and gave the victory to Valence Romans by 32 to 31.