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On Saturday, December 2, Princess Charlene with Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella, who turn 3 on December 10, cheered on Monaco’s basketball team as they crushed Chalon-sur-Saône 87-57 at home.
With the help of 21 points from American Gerald Robinson, from Nashville, and 16 points from Bosnian pivot Elmedin Kikanovic, Team Roca’s victory Saturday keeps them in the lead of the ProA division.
This comes after the Roca Boys enjoyed a very successful November with a series of matches at home and away that underlined their growing confidence.
Following the home loss to Strasbourg on November 12, the team’s second home defeat of the year, AS Monaco beat the Spanish side 68-63 in an away fixture on November 14. They followed this with a win against Elan Bearnais at Pau on November 18 by a wide margin and a final score of 90-68.
Monaco’s next game is against Pinar Karslyaka on December 6 at home at Salle Gaston Medecin in Monaco, starting at 8:30 pm.
Despite a 46% drop in turnover for the 2020/21 financial year, SBM Monte-Carlo has revealed an exciting new expansion plan for the famed Café de Paris in the Casino Square.
The Yacht Club was the final scene in a series of exclusive events last week that featured two NASA astronauts and showcased the world’s first commercial space station.
Leclerc had a rollercoaster race at the Russian GP, with pole position near the back end of beyond, treacherous rains, and an inability to change tyres during an early pit stop.
Monaco overcame an early setback against the newly-promoted Clermont Foot to secure a fourth consecutive victory in all competitions.