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RugbyU: French Top 14 results - collated

French Top 14 results on Saturday: Stade Francais 27 Toulouse 27 Bayonne 22 Bordeaux 23 Castres 38 Brive 6 Oyonnax 8 Montpellier 22 Perpignan 16 Biarritz 10 Grenoble 13 Racing Metro 26 Friday Clermont 22 Toulon 16 afp

RugbyU: French Top 14 table

French Top 14 standings after Saturday's evening matches (played, won, drawn, lost, points for, points against, bonus points, total points): Clermont 22 13 1 8 581 419 10 64 Toulon 22 12 1 9 543 372 11 61 Montpellier 22 12 1 9 532 436 11 61 Castres 22 12 1 9 487 393 10 60 Stade Francais 22 13 1 8 436 400 4 58 Toulouse 22 11 1 10 447 374 11 57 Bordeaux 21 11 0 10 497 463 10 54 Racing Metro 21 11 2 8 332 356 4 52

Football: Rennes inflict further misery on 'indefensible' Marseille

Marseille's bid for European football next season received another major blow on Saturday when struggling visitors Rennes inflicted a 1-0 defeat on Jose Anigo's side at the Velodrome. Abdoulaye Doucoure's 76th minute goal from a sparkling counter attack left Marseille in sixth place, a yawning nine points off the last Champions league spot, third-placed Lyon, and four points off the Europa league spot inhabited by Saint Etienne. Those gaps could well increase with the teams above Marseille enjoying a game in hand.

Football: PSG maintain title march against valiant Lorient

Paris Saint-Germain, fresh from drawing Chelsea in the Champions League quarter-finals, maintained their march to a defence of their Ligue 1 title with a 1-0 win over spirited Lorient on Friday. Thiago Motta's first half goal was all that split the two teams with the valiant mid-table hosts giving Laurent Blanc's side plenty of nervy moments in Brittany. The hard fought win on Lorient's artificial pitch at their Stade du Moustoir extended PSG's crushing lead at the top of Ligue 1 to 11 points, with second-placed Monaco in action on Sunday against third-placed Lille.

Football: PSG maintain title march against valiant Lorient

Paris Saint-Germain, fresh from drawing Chelsea in the Champions League quarter-finals, maintained their march to a defence of their Ligue 1 title with a 1-0 win over spirited Lorient on Friday. Thiago Motta's first half goal was all that split the two teams with the valiant mid-table hosts giving Laurent Blanc's side plenty of nervy moments in Brittany. The hard fought win on Lorient's artificial pitch at their Stade du Moustoir extended PSG's crushing lead at the top of Ligue 1 to 11 points, with second-placed Monaco in action on Sunday against third-placed Lille.

Football: PSG maintain title march against valiant Lorient

Paris Saint-Germain, fresh from drawing Chelsea in the Champions League quarter-finals, maintained their march to a defence of their Ligue 1 title with a 1-0 win over spirited Lorient on Friday. Thiago Motta's first half goal was all that split the two teams with the valiant mid-table hosts giving Laurent Blanc's side plenty of nervy moments in Brittany. The hard fought win on Lorient's artificial pitch at their Stade du Moustoir extended PSG's crushing lead at the top of Ligue 1 to 11 points, with second-placed Monaco in action on Sunday against third-placed Lille.

RugbyU: French Top 14 table

French Top 14 standings after Friday's match (played, won, drawn, lost, points for, points against, bonus points, total points): Clermont 22 13 1 8 581 419 10 64 Toulon 22 12 1 9 543 372 11 61 Montpellier 21 11 1 9 510 428 11 57 Stade Français 21 13 0 8 409 373 4 56 Toulouse 21 11 0 10 420 347 11 55 Castres 21 11 1 9 449 387 9 55 ------------------------------------------ Racing-Metro 21 11 2 8 332 356 4 52 Brive 21 9 2 10 400 362 11 51

RugbyU: French Top 14 table

French Top 14 standings before this weekend's 22nd round of matches (played, won, drawn, lost, points for, points against, bonus points, total points): Toulon 21 12 1 8 527 350 10 60 Clermont 21 12 1 8 559 403 10 60 Montpellier 21 11 1 9 510 428 11 57 Stade Français 21 13 0 8 409 373 4 56 Toulouse 21 11 0 10 420 347 11 55 Castres 21 11 1 9 449 387 9 55 ------------------------------------------ Racing-Metro 21 11 2 8 332 356 4 52

Football: Ibra 'just doing his job' as PSG go to troubled Lorient

Zlatan Ibrahimovic has tried to play down his role in turning Paris Saint-Germain into a leading European force as the Ligue 1 leaders prepare to go to Lorient on Friday evening. The Swede has been idolised by the PSG fans ever since he scored a brace to help the capital club come from two goals down to draw 2-2 at home to Lorient on his debut on the opening day of last season. Last weekend he got two more goals in the 2-0 home win against Saint-Etienne that kept the reigning champions eight points clear of Monaco at the top of the table.

Football: Ongenda commits to PSG until 2017

Paris Saint-Germain's teenage forward Hervin Ongenda has extended his contract until June 2017, the Ligue 1 leaders announced on Tuesday. The 18-year-old French youth international follows veteran goalkeeper Nicolas Douchez, 33, who extended his contract on Monday until 2015. "I want to continue my career at Paris Saint-Germain, a great European club where I came through the youth ranks and in which I want to play a role in the very ambitious project," said Ongenda in a statement released by the club.
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