The Pro D2 season ended this Friday, May 5, with a final meeting for Béziers at the Raoul-Barrière stadium. The Agen victim took the brunt of the desire of the Biterrois to win this last fight and to greet with a victory all those who leave the club with this end of the season.
Result, a great 41-14 victory which announces a great party but which will leave some regrets of a season on alternating current with very nice highs, like this Friday evening.

Exceptionally, for this last day of Pro D2, all the matches will take place simultaneously, at 9 p.m., this Friday, May 5. And if the teams qualified for the play-offs are already known, the positions and therefore the future opponents are yet to be determined. This means that Agen will not come for a ride in the Hérault but with the intention of appearing as high as possible in the ranking.

For its part, the ASBH has nothing more to hope for, except to keep its anecdotal place in the top 10, but will want to celebrate at home for the departure of some club figures (Pinto-Ferrer, Barrère among others) and restore a damaged coat of arms in his lair with no less than 6 defeats at home this season (15th team at home), a crippling statistic when you want to play the leading roles.

For the last, Pierre Caillet will line up a team with all the starters at the start of the match.

— ASBH Officiel (@ASBHOfficiel) May 4, 2023

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