|Chalon's Ilian Evtimov was lethal from outside in the final, finishing with 28 points on 8-of-16 three-point shooting|
Holders Elan Chalon knocked off Limoges in the Coupe de France (French Cup) final for the second year in a row on Sunday.
Gregor Beugnot's side, winners of the Semaine des As earlier this season, prevailed 83-75 with sharpshooter Ilian Evtimov scoring a game-high 28 points.
Evtimov did most of his damage from behind the arc, making eight of 16 three-pointers.
He was named as the MVP of the final.
On top 44-38 at half-time, Chalon outscored Limoges 26-14 in the third quarter to take a firm grip on the contest.
Limoges, who are in the French Pro B, continued to battle but got no closer than seven points in the final frame.
BEUGNOT, SCHILB SHINE ON FRENCH AWARDS NIGHT
| Gregor Beugnot was named Coach of the Year in France|
Chalon were already in the spotlight in France since the eve of the Cup final, as Saturday was season awards night for the LNB (French national league).
Beugnot walked away with the Best Coach of the 2011/12 season award while Schilb was voted the Best Foreign Player.
The 55-year-old Chalon tactician earned the distinction ahead of Christian Monschau of Gravelines-Dunkerque, who finished the Pro A regular season in first place.
Evan Fournier of Poitiers was named both Best Young Player and Most Improved Player of the season, with fellow France U20 international Léo Westermann of ASVEL and Louis Labeyrie of Hyères-Toulon accompanying him on the podium in both categories.