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2017 Americas Rugby Championship

Postby Buffalo » Wed, 18 Jan 2017, 21:15

Schedule & Officials

February 3rd:
Brazil vs Chile @ Pacaembu Stadium, São Paulo
Referee: Claudio Cativelli (Uruguay). Assistant Referees: Ricardo Sant’Anna and Murillo Bragotto (Brazil)

February 4th:
USA vs Uruguay @ Toyota Field, San Antonio
Referee: Chris Assmuss (Canada). Assistant Referees: Derek Summers and Scott Green (USA)
Canada vs Argentina XV @ Westhills Stadium, Langford
Referee: Kurt Weaver (USA). Assistant Referees: Harry Mason and Michael Jones (Canada)

February 11th:
USA vs Brazil @ Dell Diamond, Round Rock
Referee: Pablo Deluca (Argentina). Assistant Referees: Scott Green and Jim Rogers (USA)
Argentina XV vs Uruguay @ Estadio Villa Mitre, Bahía Blanca
Referee: Kurt Weaver (USA). Assistant Referee: Damián Schneider and Santiago Altobelli (Argentina)
Canada vs Chile @ Westhills Stadium, Langford
Referee: Derek Summers (USA). Assistant Referees: Doug Hamre and Robin Kaluzniak (Canada)

February 18th:
Uruguay vs Brazil @ Estadio Burgueño, Maldonado
Referee: Pablo Deluca (Argentina). Assistant Referees: Joaquín Montes and Francisco González (Uruguay)
Canada vs USA @ Swangard Stadium, Burnaby
Referee: Damián Schneider (Argentina). Assistant Referees: David Smortchevsky and David Crisp (Canada)
Chile vs Argentina XV @ Estadio CAP Talcahuano, Concepción
Referee: Ricardo Santa’Anna (Brasil). Assistant Referees: Francisco Saavedra and Luis Díaz (Chile)

February 25th:
Argentina XV vs Brazil @ Estadio Pichot, Ushuaia
Referee: Claudio Cativelli (Uruguay). Assistant Referees: Damián Schneider and Pablo Deluca (Argentina)
Chile vs USA @ TBD, Chile
Referee: Ricardo Sant’Anna (Brasil). Assistant Referees: Frank Méndez and Tomás Fernández (Chile)
Uruguay vs Canada @ Estadio Burgueño, Maldonado
Referee: Derek Summers (USA). Assistant Referees: Joaquín Montes and Rodrigo Goyret (Uruguay)

March 3rd:
Brazil vs Canada @ Pacaembu Stadium, São Paulo
Referee: Damián Schneider (Argentina). Assistant Referees: Ricardo Sant’Anna and Murilo Bragotto (Brasil)

March 4th:
Argentina XV vs USA @ Estadio Municipal, Comodoro
Referee: Joaquín Montes (Uruguay). Assistant Referees: Santiago Altobelli and José Covassi (Argentina)
Uruguay vs Chile @ Estadio Charrúa, Montevideo
Referee: Kurt Weaver (USA). Assistant Referees: Claudio Cativelli and Martín Bangueses (Uruguay)

Broadcasting:
http://www.americasrugbynews.com/2017/0 ... announced/
Argentina, Uruguay and Chile: ESPN Sur
Brazil: ESPN Brazil
USA: ESPN; Eagles on tape delay, rest of comp Live
The Rugby Channel; Eagles live, rest of comp on tape delay
Canada: TSN on TSNGo
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Re: 2017 Americas Rugby Championship

Postby Buffalo » Wed, 18 Jan 2017, 21:30

http://www.americasrugbynews.com/2017/0 ... xv-roster/

Argentina XV 31 Man Roster
Loosehead Prop: Franco Brarda(Tala), Francisco Ferronato(Belgrano), Nicolás Solveyra(CUBA)
Hooker: Gaspar Baldunciel(Alumni), Marcelo Brandi(Newman), Axel Zapata(SITAS)
Tighthead Prop: Cristian Bartoloni(Pucará), Eduardo Bello(Atletico del Rosario), Alejo Brem(Los Tilos), Santiago Medrano(Regatas Bella Vista)
Second Row: Juan Cruz Guillemaín(Jockey San Juan), Franco Molina(Jockey Córdoba), Pedro Ortega(Universitario)
Back Row: Lautaro Bavaro(Hindú), Rodrigo Bruni(San Luis), Tomás de la Vega(CUBA), Francisco Gorrissen(Belgrano), Santiago Montagner(Alumni), Mariano Romanini(Alumni)
Scrumhalf: Sebastián Cancelliere(Hindú)
Flyhalf: Juan Cruz González(CUBA), Domingo Miotti(Tucumán Lawn Tennis)
Centre: Santiago Álvarez(CASI), Juan Cappiello(Pucará), Bruno Devoto(CASI), Tomás Granella(Liceo Cuyo)
Wing: Franco Cuaranta(Tala), Julian Dominguez(Pucará), Fernando Luna(Córdoba Athletic)
Fullback: Bautista Delguy(Pucará)
Utility Back: Secundo Tuculet(Los Tilos)

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Re: 2017 Americas Rugby Championship

Postby victorsra » Thu, 19 Jan 2017, 11:52

Chile vs USA has no venue yet. Sudamérica Rugby made a mistake. Talcahuano is just for Chile vs Argentina:

From feruchi.cl

Talcahuano será sede de Chile vs. Argentina por el ARC 2017
05-01-17 16:52

Categoría: Noticias, Santiago, Concepción


Chile Rugby junto a ARUCO oficializaron – hoy, en rueda de prensa - al Estadio CAP Talcahuano como sede de Chile vs Argentina por el Americas Rugby Championship 2017, el próximo 18 de febrero.



En la oportunidad estuvieron presentes el director de Chile Rugby Patricio Rojas, autoridades de ARUCO y diversos personeros en la Sala de Prensa del Estadio CAP Talcahuano.

La segunda edición del Americas Rugby Championship, que reúne además de Chile y Argentina a Canadá, Estados Unidos, Uruguay y Brasil, comenzará en febrero. El partido, que será transmitido en vivo por la señal internacional ESPN en todo el continente, se llevará a cabo el 18 de dicho mes.

“Un partido inédito y que generará impacto en la región, a nivel de nuevos niños practicando rugby. Hemos tenido un gran apoyo de ARUCO, Municipalidad de Talcahuano, ENAP y Huachipato,” expresó Rojas tras la rueda de prensa.

Tras este encuentro Chile enfrentará a Estados Unidos, el 25 de febrero, con sede a anunciarse próximamente. Los Cóndores abrirán la competencia como visita ante Brasil (4 de febrero); luego se trasladarán a Canadá (11 del mismo mes) y cerrarán ante Uruguay como visita (4 de marzo).
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Re: 2017 Americas Rugby Championship

Postby victorsra » Thu, 19 Jan 2017, 16:47

The Pacaembu Stadium is the municipal stadium of São Paulo, for 35k people, located in downtown and with a very nice Football Museum and Library. It was used in the 1950 Football World Cup and hosted many important football and music events. Its tradicional tenants is Corinthians, the only major football club in the city that did not owned a stadium. However, Corinthians has built its own stadium for the 2014 World Cup and since then Pacaembu has no tenant. Santos FC, the famous Pelé and Neymar club, a club from Santos city (90km from São Paulo city, São Paulo's port area) plays some matches there, as it is the 4th most supported club in São Paulo. But Pacaembu's schedule is open.

The stadium is being used also for Under-20 and Women's football and Rugby has already hosted two matches there, against Germany (more than 10k people in 2015) and Chile (more than 7k people in 2016). Pacaembu is an AWESOME opportunity for rugby.

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Re: 2017 Americas Rugby Championship

Postby thatrugbyguy » Thu, 19 Jan 2017, 22:11

Good to see Chile upgrading to better facilities this year. Anyone seen what the promotion has been like for this years tournament?

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Re: 2017 Americas Rugby Championship

Postby Buffalo » Fri, 20 Jan 2017, 18:06

http://www.rugbycanada.ca/leagues/newsl ... page=98421

The match officials for each game have been announced and I've edited them into the first post. Interesting that no head official is from Chile and they only get their local ARs. Kurt Weaver, Chris Assmus, Damián Schneider and Joaquín Montes return to their roles from last year while the remaining four get promoted from AR status. Also looking like there will be no TMO in any match which is pretty bogus. They are all being broadcast on television or streaming services so they should have access to a TMO.

Referees
Argentina: Damián Schneider(2), Pablo Deluca(2)
Brazil: Ricardo Sant’Anna(2)
Canada: Chris Assmuss
Uruguay: Joaquín Montes, Claudio Cativelli(2)
USA: Kurt Weaver(3), Derek Summers(2)

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Re: 2017 Americas Rugby Championship

Postby victorsra » Fri, 20 Jan 2017, 18:15

I think Chile's problem with stadiums is in Santiago. Because recently they used a modern stadium in Temuco too.
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Re: 2017 Americas Rugby Championship

Postby thatrugbyguy » Sat, 21 Jan 2017, 05:21

Oddly enough it seems Argentina have the worse stadiums this year.

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Re: 2017 Americas Rugby Championship

Postby Buffalo » Sat, 21 Jan 2017, 05:42

thatrugbyguy wrote:Oddly enough it seems Argentina have the worse stadiums this year.


Nah Canada is still the worst with TWO games at Westhills in Langford. I mean I can understand playing Chile there because they are a small opponent that probably isn't a big draw but the game against Argentina XV should have been at Swangard. Not that Swangard is a glamorous venue but there's really only like 4-5 places they could play at in BC. Not surprised they didn't go for BC Place after the lackluster sales from the Japan game last June. Still with their proximity to Washington state I'm kinda disappointed they didn't try and play the USA at BC Place. I mean it would have depended on a large amount of Eagles fans traveling North but could have made for an interesting atmosphere. Maybe they thought they couldn't get the ticket sales to make it worthwhile with Vancouver 7s a couple weeks later? Still the perfect setup IMO would have seen them playing Chile at Westhills, Argentina XV at Swangard and USA at BC Place.

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Re: 2017 Americas Rugby Championship

Postby victorsra » Sat, 21 Jan 2017, 19:54

Argentina used small stadiums last year too. They play with their "A" team, so this year they are cleverly using the ARC to play in cities where it wuld be difficult to see the Pumas.

Also Buenos Aires have already the Jaguares,
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Re: 2017 Americas Rugby Championship

Postby Buffalo » Mon, 23 Jan 2017, 17:13

http://www.rugbycanada.ca/leagues/newsl ... page=98468
Canada’s Men’s Extended Squad for 2017 Americas Rugby Championship
Loosehead Prop: Djustice Sears -Duru(Glasgow Warriors/Ontario Blues), Rob Brouwer – (Lindsay RFC/Ontario Blues), Cole Keith(James Bay AA/Atlantic Rock)
Hooker: Ray Barkwill – (Castaway Wanderers/Ontario Blues), Benoit Piffero(Blagnac Sporting Rugby Club/Atlantic Rock), Eric Howard(Brantford Harlequins/Ontario Blues)
Tighthead Prop: Matt Tierney(Section Paloise/Ontario Blues), Ryan Kotlewski(Westshore RFC/Prairie Wolf Pack)
2nd Row: Reegan O’Gorman(Marist Albion), Matt Beukeboom(Section Paloise), Liam Chisholm(UVIC Vikes/BC Bears), Conor Keys(UVic Vikes/Atlantic Rock)
Back Row: Lucas Rumball(Balmy Beach RFC/Ontario Blues), Oliver Nott(UVIC Vikes/BC Bears), Clay Panga(Westshore RFC/Prairie Wolf Pack), Admir Cejvanovic(Burnaby Lake RFC/BC Bears)
Scrum-Half: Gordon McRorie(Calgary Hornets/Prairie Wolf Pack), Phil Mack(James Bay AA/BC Bears)
Fly-Half: Pat Parfrey(Swilers RFC/Atlantic Rock), Robbie Povey(Bedford Athletic/Prairie Wolf Pack)
Centers: George Barton(Clermont Espoirs), Conor Trainor(Vannes), Nick Blevins(Calgary Hornets/Prairie Wolf Pack), Brock Staller(UBC Thunderbirds/BC Bears)
Back Three: Dan Moor(Balmy Beach RFC/Ontario Blues), Taylor Paris(Agen), Carl Pocock(Calgary Rams/Prairie Wolf Pack), Gradyn Bowd(UVIC Vikes/Prairie Wolf Pack), Rory McDonell(Brantford Harlequins/Ontario Blues)

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Re: 2017 Americas Rugby Championship

Postby 4N » Mon, 23 Jan 2017, 20:21

Was hoping to see more of Brett Johnson for Canada. Carl Pocock is 32 - what's the point there?

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Re: 2017 Americas Rugby Championship

Postby Coloradoan » Mon, 23 Jan 2017, 20:30

4N wrote:Was hoping to see more of Brett Johnson for Canada. Carl Pocock is 32 - what's the point there?


These are test matches. Put the best team you can on the field, especially if he is someone you think can help Canada in the RWCQs this summer.

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Re: 2017 Americas Rugby Championship

Postby Buffalo » Mon, 23 Jan 2017, 22:54

Coloradoan wrote:
4N wrote:Was hoping to see more of Brett Johnson for Canada. Carl Pocock is 32 - what's the point there?


These are test matches. Put the best team you can on the field, especially if he is someone you think can help Canada in the RWCQs this summer.


Ya we definitely need to sort out our Fullback depth ahead of the June tests and RWCQs. Matt Evans is now out til the AIs at the earliest and we really have no clear picture behind him in the depth chart. Besides Pocock we have Gradyn Bowd, Rory McDonell and Brock Staller who are also options at Fullback and none of them are really standouts right now.

This roster is also for the three home games, they'll reevaluate and make changes as needed before heading to South America. We might yet still see young bucks like Brett Johnson and Andrew Coe brought in.

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Re: 2017 Americas Rugby Championship

Postby ruckovercdn » Mon, 23 Jan 2017, 23:07

Coloradoan wrote:
4N wrote:Was hoping to see more of Brett Johnson for Canada. Carl Pocock is 32 - what's the point there?


These are test matches. Put the best team you can on the field, especially if he is someone you think can help Canada in the RWCQs this summer.


Well I mean yes and no. The ARC is never going to be Canada or the US's best teams, let's be honest. That being said Canada should be looking at these matches as a way to get something that can fire together in June against the US, especially at hooker and a second fly half as I think Braid has that shirt locked down for the time being. Hopefully Barton and Trainor click together as I think Hearn could be decent fullback cover for us and he's probably a touch too old to play in 2019. Paris needs to earn his shirt this time out I think after a disappointing November, same with Rumball.

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Re: 2017 Americas Rugby Championship

Postby NaBUru38 » Tue, 24 Jan 2017, 21:36

I want to attend our three home matches.

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Re: 2017 Americas Rugby Championship

Postby NaBUru38 » Tue, 24 Jan 2017, 21:49

Buffalo wrote:Schedule & Officials

February 4th:
Canada vs Argentina XV @ Westhills Stadium, Langford
Referee: Kurt Weaver (USA). Assistant Referees: Harry Mason and Michael Jones (Canada)

February 11th:
Canada vs Chile @ Westhills Stadium, Langford
Referee: Derek Summers (USA). Assistant Referees: Doug Hamre and Robin Kaluzniak (Canada)

Broadcasting:
Canada: TSN on TSNGo


Both matches will be played at 5 pm Pacific / 8 pm Eastern.

On February 4, TSN1 and TSN3 will air the All-Star Curling Skins Game.
TSN4 and TSN5 will air a Toronto Raptors game.
TSN2 will air NCAA ice hockey!!!

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Re: 2017 Americas Rugby Championship

Postby Buffalo » Tue, 24 Jan 2017, 23:10

NaBUru38 wrote:
Buffalo wrote:Schedule & Officials

February 4th:
Canada vs Argentina XV @ Westhills Stadium, Langford
Referee: Kurt Weaver (USA). Assistant Referees: Harry Mason and Michael Jones (Canada)

February 11th:
Canada vs Chile @ Westhills Stadium, Langford
Referee: Derek Summers (USA). Assistant Referees: Doug Hamre and Robin Kaluzniak (Canada)

Broadcasting:
Canada: TSN on TSNGo


Both matches will be played at 5 pm Pacific / 8 pm Eastern.

On February 4, TSN1 and TSN3 will air the All-Star Curling Skins Game.
TSN4 and TSN5 will air a Toronto Raptors game.
TSN2 will air NCAA ice hockey!!!


TSNGo is their streaming channel available on their website or on your phone or tablet through the TSN app. But you need to have an account with a TSN recognized cable company to be able to sign in and watch. Also the Chile game is being produced and streamed by Rugby Canada according to ARN. So yes, our games will unfortunately not be available on television here, limiting our exposure in our own country. At least they are airing it in some capacity.

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Re: 2017 Americas Rugby Championship

Postby Coloradoan » Wed, 25 Jan 2017, 00:34

USA Squad: https://www.usarugby.org/2017/01/eagles ... r-arc2017/

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Re: 2017 Americas Rugby Championship

Postby ruckovercdn » Wed, 25 Jan 2017, 05:08

NaBUru38 wrote:Both matches will be played at 5 pm Pacific / 8 pm Eastern.

On February 4, TSN1 and TSN3 will air the All-Star Curling Skins Game.
TSN4 and TSN5 will air a Toronto Raptors game.
TSN2 will air NCAA ice hockey!!!



It's Canada in the winter; it's going to feature traditional winter sports. Even though I'd rather watch just about anything other than Curling it does have an audience.

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Re: 2017 Americas Rugby Championship

Postby grande » Wed, 25 Jan 2017, 14:52

Curling gets huge viewership numbers in Canada. Here's an article from 2015 that shows the top sportscasts on TV that weekend. Curling has six of the top 10 places.

https://ca.sports.yahoo.com/blogs/eh-ga ... 55663.html

Pretty bummed it's on TSNGo because, unless something's changed recently, they still don't recognize Cogeco.

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Re: 2017 Americas Rugby Championship

Postby argie » Fri, 27 Jan 2017, 05:38

Chile's 36 Man Roster
http://www.americasrugbynews.com/2017/0 ... mpionship/

Prop
Lucas Bordigoni (Viña Rugby), Vittorio Lastra (Old Mackayans), Gonzalo Martínez (Curuaytí, Argentina), José Tomás Munita (Universidad Católica), Claudio Zamorano (Stade Français)
Hooker
Tomás Dussaillant (Old Boys), Rodrigo Moya (PWCC), Manuel Gurruchaga (COBS)
Second-row
Nikola Bursic (COBS), Mario Mayol (Old Boys)
Back Row
Manuel Dagnino (Old Mackayans), Cristóbal Niedmann (PWCC), Eduardo Orpis (COBS), Arturo Seeman (Old Georgians), Nicanor Machuca (Old Reds), Anton Petrowitsch (COBS), Benjamín Soto (Stade Français)
Scrum Half
Sergio Bascuñán (Old Mackayans), Jan Hasenlechner (COBS), Beltrán Vergara (Old Boys)
Fly Half
Francisco Cruz (COBS), Jorge Castillo (ARUA), Francisco González Moller (Sporting)
Center
José Ignacio Larenas (Universidad Católica), Matías Nordenflycht (COBS), Simón Pardakhy (Unattached),
Ricardo Sifri (Universidad Católica), Mauricio Urrutia (Sporting)
Wing
Martín Fernández (COBS), Tomás Ianiszewski (Old Locks), Juan Pablo Larenas (Universidad Católica), Franco Velarde (Viña Rugby), Pedro Pablo Verschae (Viña Rugby), Martín Verschae (Viña Rugby)
Fullback
Rodrigo Fernández (COBS), Francisco Urroz (Old Red)
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Re: 2017 Americas Rugby Championship

Postby 4N » Fri, 27 Jan 2017, 12:04

Nicanor Machuca is an Easter Islander. I think he would become the first to win a senior international cap.

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The US poaching Sebastian Kalm is bad news for Chile though.

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Re: 2017 Americas Rugby Championship

Postby victorsra » Fri, 27 Jan 2017, 16:45

Uruguay to visit USA:

Forwards: Matías Benítez (Champagnat), Juan Echeverría (Old Christians), Felipe Inciarte (Old Christians), Mateo Sanguinetti (Los Cuervos), Facundo Gattas (Lobos), Diego Pombo (Old Boys), Diego Ayala (MVCC), Ignacio Dotti (Los Cuervos), Franco Lamanna (Pro Recco, Italy/Serie A), Diego Magno (MVCC), Rodolfo Garese (Carrasco Polo), Alejandro Nieto (c) (Champagnat), Juan Diego Ormaechea (Carrasco Polo), Gonzalo Soto (Carrasco Polo);

Backs: Santiago Arata (Old Christians), Guillermo Lijtenstein (Trébol Paysandú), German Albanell (Old Boys), Francisco Berchesi (Carrasco Polo), Juan Manuel Cat (Old Boys), Juan de Freitas (Champagnat), Gastón Gibernau (Old Boys), Leandro Leivas (Old Christians), Andrés Rocco (Old Boys), Rodrigo Silva (Carrasco Polo);


Nicolás Freitas, Mario Sagario, Felipe Berchesi and Agustín Ormaechea out. Capó Ortega really out. I think he is definitly retired from Los Teros.

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Re: 2017 Americas Rugby Championship

Postby NaBUru38 » Fri, 27 Jan 2017, 19:16

ruckovercdn wrote:
NaBUru38 wrote:Both matches will be played at 5 pm Pacific / 8 pm Eastern.

On February 4, TSN1 and TSN3 will air the All-Star Curling Skins Game.
TSN4 and TSN5 will air a Toronto Raptors game.
TSN2 will air NCAA ice hockey!!!


It's Canada in the winter; it's going to feature traditional winter sports. Even though I'd rather watch just about anything other than Curling it does have an audience.


That NCAA ice hockey game is between Cornell and Union. It's not relevant.

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