Rugby Pro D2 – Oyonnax, a denser and more local workforce

Seven weeks after the semi-final lost to Bayonne (32-20), Oyonnax rugby returned to training with the ambition “to do better than last year”.

Do better than last year.” Oyonnax’s ambitions seem clear, but you have to read between the lines to understand where the team wants to go. Third last year, you don’t need to be Nostradamus to understand that the club wants to finish at one of the two first places in the Pro D2, synonymous with a semi-final at home, without going through the play-offs. However, never from the mouth of the staff or the leaders the phrase “play a semi-final at home“was not pronounced.

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