Toulouse beat La Rochelle 18 to 8 and became champion of the French Top 14. The g teamAnador had among its ranks Santiago Chocobares and Juan Cruz Mallía, while Facundo Bosch performed in La Rochelle.
The final started without respite and with Stade Tolousain making the most of every opportunity. The good use of the foot by Thomas Ramos was vital so that his team, not only took advantage (he contributed two penalties and a drop), but also to corner La Rochelle always close to his ingoal. The runners-up did not have a good first stage. Inaccurate in the execution and with several errors in the aerial reception, they were uncomfortable in the first forty minutes before an opponent who returned to add (12 to 0) with a big drop from Cheslin Kolbe at the close of the first half.
In the second half, La Rochelle threatened to get into the game and discounted quickly with a penalty from West. However, without doing too much, risking little, but playing judiciously, Toulouse continued to dominate the actions and with Ramos’ foot as a standard, he was shaping a new victory.
The Priso try for La Rochelle On the end, he made up the scorecard and finished lowering the blind to a game that always had an owner and that was far from reflecting the parity that ventured between both teams before the start. Toulouse added its twenty-first title in its history and lubricated locally, a season that already had it as the best in Europe.