Quincy de France: Willier back on the wing, Dante and Fiqueau in center of Wales

Quincy de France: Willier back on the wing, Dante and Fiqueau in center of Wales

Gabin Villier, who suffered a sinus fracture against Ireland on February 12 (30-24) and was confiscated from Scotland on February 26 (17-36), found his 11th chassis during training at Marcos on Monday. Toulonnice deserves a shock at the start of the fourth day of the Six Nations tournament on Friday evening (9pm) in Cardiff.

His replacement in Edinburgh is training center Joram Moifana, so the first fifteen should leave. In the first match against Italy (37-10, 6 February), partners Jonathan Dante and Gayle Fico (37-10, 6 February) worked together for the third (first time Ireland injured, instead of Moyfana) for the entire session 12 and 13, respectively.

Gregory Aldrit went to rest

Also note that Gregory Aldrit did not go to training on Monday. No. 8 La Rochelle was at rest. The Blues trained at 24, and in addition to the Under-20s, the rest of the group watched the session from the sidelines. These are the “unprotected” players on the 20th day of the top 14 this weekend (Howas, Hastoi, Dulin, Wakatawa, Barlot, Cowlod, Label, Barasi …).

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