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Last night saw the final round of games from this seasons Championnat National.
The big winners were Guingamp who secured their promotion back to Ligue 2 and Gap who survived the drop.
Guingamp knew going into the game that a point would be enough for them to secure promotion as Strasbourg had already completed their games the week before. They got off to a great start and were 2-0 up away at Rouen after just 30 minutes thanks to goals from El Jadeyaoui and Mathieu Scarpelli.
Rouen pulled one back just before half-time to add a little tension to predcedings but Guingamp secured the victory and thier promotion thanks to a second goal from El Jadeyaoui after 73 minutes.
Gap also went into their game with Creteil knowing that a point would be enough to save them from relegation. Things started to look shaky for them just before half-time when they conceeded a penalty. As things stood at half-time Gap were still safe as Bayonne and Rodez were not leading in their games.
Gap started the second half strongly equalising after three minutes from a goal by Bouyarmani, this turned out to be the final goal of the game and Gap had done enough to survive.
Bayonne had done their part by beating Cannes 2-0 at home, but Rodez were unable to win their game at home to Niort, where they drew 1-1. These results saw Bayonne and Rodez join Plabennec, Alfortville and Gueugnon in being relegated to the CFA.
So a great season for Bastia, Amiens and Guingamp who have been promoted to Ligue 2.
- Créteil 1 – 1 Gap
- Luzenac 2 – 1 Paris
- Rodez 1 – 1 Niort
- Fréjus St-Raphaël 1 – 0 Beauvais
- Amiens SC 1 – 0 Bastia
- Pacy Vallée-d’Eure 1 – 1 Plabennec
- Orléans 2 – 0 Colmar
- Bayonne 2 – 0 Cannes
- Rouen 1 – 3 Guingamp