On August 30, 2014 — The Templiers de Sénart win their first French Division I title after finishing second four times in the prior seven years. They sweep the Paris Université Club in three games and become the first team other than the Rouen Huskies to win since 2004. The Templiers rely heavily on Cuban players as long-time Templiers backstop Ernesto Martínez goes 3 for 5 with a homer in the finale to give him a French title to go with his Cuban Serie Nacional one. Ciro Silvino Licea (finals MVP) gets the win and Raudelin Legra the save. Jacques Boucheron goes 3 for 4 with a run and a RBI as the top native French threat in the 5 – 4 win in the finale.
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