Carcassonne. A Carcassonise in the Lair of the Blues at Marcosis

Young Carcassonnaise Lauréane Biville is back in France after living in Australia for more than two years.

In Australia, where she had the first French rugby union player to sign a contract, young Carcassonnese Laurent Biville was able to practice her discipline to the best. Rugby union is actually the country’s premier sport, which last year had to pledge to quit due to the pandemic. Back in France, she has just experienced two incredible weeks. After successfully passing the selections in Montpellier, the first gathering of the French rugby union team called for, she deserved a great reunion and an intensive course organized by the Federation’s president, Luc Lacoste, who is replacing everything in the UK. Prepare properly for the upcoming 2,022 World Cup. At the end of this training camp a match was scheduled against England, the best in women’s rugby. Even though the march is still a bit high for the French, who lost on a score of 40 to 4, the team is still better and already in a good position.

As if that wasn’t enough for her, but most of all because she is always up for any challenge, Lauren Biville continued the following week with a four-day internship with the French team of 7 at the National Rugby Center in the Marcousis. A month earlier, he had received a call from David Courtois, the coach of the France Seven team in charge of preparing the group to play the France 2024 Olympic Games in search of new talent. Carcasosnnaise’s lively, powerful and enduring profile seems to stick well, even though she can still improve her understanding of placement and rules. Looking forward to continuing this new story with 7, our “Lulet” has already found its current club of Lescure, while continuing its studies of BPJEPS (Professional Bravet of Youth, Popular Education and Sport) in Carcassonne Is.

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Originally from Ariegue, she has been playing rugby union since the age of 12. Since the age of 17, she was the first French woman to try her luck at the Australian Rugby League Championship by joining the East Tigers team in Queensland in 2019. Thus he signed his first contract only at the age of 19.

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