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World Rugby U20 Championship

Postby beber » Fri, 05 May 2017, 11:19

Stadiums :
Avchala Stadium
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City : Tbilisi
Capacity : 2,500

Aia Arena
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City : Kutaisi
Capacity : 4,860

Mikheil Meskhi Stadium
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City : Tbilisi
Capacity : 27,223


Pools :
Pool A
Australia
England
Samoa
Wales

Pool B
Ireland
Italy
New Zealand
Scotland

Pool C
Argentina
France
Georgia
South Africa

Schedule :
Pool A (Avchala Stadium)
31 May : England-Samoa ; Australia-Wales
4 June : Australia-Samoa ; England-Wales
8 June : Wales-Samoa ; England-Australia

Pool B (Aia Arena)
31 May : New Zealand-Scotland ; Ireland-Italy
4 June : Ireland-Scotland ; New Zealand-Italy
8 June : Scotland-Italy ; New Zealand-Ireland

Pool C (Avchala Stadium)
31 May : South Africa-France ; Georgia-Argentina
4 June : Argentina-France ; South Africa - Georgia
8 June : Argentina-South Africa ; France-Georgia

13 June :
9th place play off : 10th v 11th (Avchala) ; 9th v 12th (Avchala)
5th place play off : 5th v 8th (Mikheil Meskhi) ; 6th v 7th (Avchala)
Semi finals : 1st v 4th (Mikheil Meskhi) ; 2d v 3d (Mikheil Meskhi)

18 June
11th place final (Avchala)
9th place final (Avchala)
7th place final (Avchala)
5th place final (Mikheil Meskhi)
3d place final (Mikheil Meskhi)
Final (Mikheil Meskhi)
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Re: World Rugby U20 Championship

Postby beber » Fri, 05 May 2017, 11:19

Squads :

Pool A
Australia
Prop : Harry Johnson-Holmes (NSW Gen Blue U20s), Gavin Luka (Quensland U20s), Shambeckler Vui (Western Force), Cody Walker (NSW Gen Blue U20s)
Hooker : Efi Maafu (Quensland U20s), Sama Malolo (Western Force U20s) Jordan Uelese (Melbourne Rebels)
Lock : Angus Blyth (Queensland U20s), Harry Hockings (Queensland U20s), Ryan McCauley (NSW Gen Blue U20s), Angus Scott-Young (Queensland U20s)
Loose Forward : Reece Hewat (Queensland U20s), Lachlan Swinton (NSW Gen Blue U20s), Rob Valetini (Brumbies), Liam Wright (Queensland U20s)
Scumhalf : Harrison Goddard (Merlbourne Rebels U20s), Harry Nucifora (Queensland U20s)
Flyhalf : Nick Jooste (Brumbies U20s), Hamish Stewart (Queensland Reds)
Centre : Henry Hutchinson (Australian Sevens), Izaia Perese (Queensland Reds), Dylan Riley (Queensland U20s), Sione Tuipulotu (Melbourne Rebels U20s)
Winger : Simon Kennewell (Australian Sevens), Liam McNamara (Australian Sevens), Semisi Tupou (Melbourne Rebels U20s)
Fullback : Lachlan Anderson (Australian Sevens), Jack Maddocks (Melbourne Rebels)

England
Prop
: Ralph Adams-Hale (Saracens), Ollie Dawe (Bristol Rugby), Ciaran Knight (Gloucester Rugby), Alex Seville (Gloucester RUgby), Marcus Street (Exeter Chiefs)
Hooker : Jamie Blamire (Newcastle Falcons), Joe Mullis (Gloucester Rugby), Henry Walker (Gloucester Rugby)
Lock : Josh Caulfield (Exeter Chiefs), Justin Clegg (Worcester Warriors), Max Davies (Newcastle Falcons)
Loose Forward : Josh Bayliss (Bath Rugby), Ben Earl (Saracens), Will Evans (Leicester Tigers), Zach Mercer (Bath Rugby), Jack Nay (Saracens)
Scrumhalf : Alex Mitchell (Northampton Saints), Harry Randall (Gloucester Rugby)
Flyhalf : Theo Brophy Clews (London Irish), Jacob Umaga (Wasps)
Centre : Will Butler (Worcester Warriors), Dominic Morris (Saracens), Max Wright (Yorkshire Carnegie)
Winger : Sam Aspland-Robinson (Harlequins), Ali Crossdale (Saracens), Gabriel Ibitoye (Harlequins)
Fullback : Max Malins (Saracens), Tom Parton (London Irish)

Samoa
t.b.a.

Wales
t.b.a.

Pool B
Ireland
t.b.a.

Italy
Prop : Danilo Fischetti (Unione Capitolina), Dante Gavrilita (Calvisano), Marco Riccioni (Calvisano), Daniele Rimpelli (Calvisano)
Hooker : Massimo Ceciliani (Delebio Rugby), Matteo Luccardi (Colorno), Alberto Rollero (Sitav Rugby Lyons)
Lock : Niccolo Cannone (Florentia), Edoardo Iachizzi (Perpignan, France), Daniel Orso (Mogliano)
Loose Forward : Jacopo Bianchi (Vasari Arezzo), Michele Lamaro (Lazio Rugby 1927), Giovanni Licata (Miraglia), Lodovico Manni (Mogliano), Lorenzo Masselli (Sitav Rugby Lyons)
Scrumhalf : Matteo Maria Panunzi (Unione Capitolina), Charly Trussardi (Clermont Auvergne, France)
Flyhalf : Filippo Di Marco (L'Aquila), Antonio Rizzi (Mogliano)
Centre : Roberto Dal Zilio (Calvisano), Andrea De Masi (Benetton Treviso), Marco Zanon (Mogliano), Alessandro Forcocci (Fiame Oro Rugby)
Winger : Andrea Bronzini (Viadana), Giovani D'Onofrio (Rugby Benevento/Zebre), Dario Schiabel (Lafert San Dona)
Fullback : Massimo Cioffi (Lazio Rugby 1927), Simone Cornelli (Sitav Rugby Lyons)

New Zealand
Prop : Ryan Coxon (Waikato), Tim Farrell (Hawke's Bay), Alex Fidow (Wellington), Pouri Rakete-Stones (Hawke's Bay)
Hooker : Asafo Aumua (Wellington), Ezekiel Lindenmuth (Auckland), JP Sauni (Auckland)
Lock : Sam Caird (Waikato), Jacob Pierce (Auckland), Samuel Slade (Auckland), Isaia Walker-Leawere (Wellington)
Loose Forward : Adrian Choat (Auckland), Tom Christie (Canterbury), Luke Jacobson (Waikato), Marino Mikaele-Tu'u (Hawke's Bay), Dalton Papalii (Auckland)
Scrumhalf : Ere Enari (Canterbury/Crusaders), Kemara Hauiti-Parapara (Wellington)
Flyhalf : Braydon Ennor (Canterbury), Orbyn Leger (Counties Manukau), Joshua McKay (Canterbury)
Centre : Tiaan Falcon (Hawke's Bay), Tamati Tua (Northland), Thomas Umaga-Jansen (Wellington)
Winger : Caleb Clarke (Auckland), Tima Fainga'anuku (Tasman), Will Jordan (Tasman)
Fullback : Jona Nareki (Otago)

Scotland
Prop : Fergus Bradbury (Stirling Country), Ross Dunbar (Boroughmuir), Adam Nicol (Stirling County), George Thornton (Bishop Burton College, England), Daniel Winning (Boroughmuir)
Hooker : Fraser Renwick (Hawick), Robbie Smith (Ayr)
Lock : Hamish Bain (Currie), Alex Craig (Gloucester, England), Callum Hunter-Hill (Stirling County/London Scottish, England)
Loose Forward : Luke Crosbie (Currie), Tom Dodd (Worcester, England), Archie Erskine (Newcastle Falcons, England), Matt Fagerson (Glasgow Hawks/Glasgow Warriors), Bruce Flockhart (Glasgow Hawks), Thomas Gordon (Currie)
Scrumhalf : Ruaridh Dawson (Newcastle Falcons, England), Charlie Shiel (Currie), Andrew Simmers (Heriot’s)
Flyhalf : Josh Henderson (Glasgow Hawks)
Centre : Connor Eastgate (Wasps, England), Stafford McDowall (Ayr), Ross McCann (Melrose)
Winger : Patrick Anderson (Melrose), Robert Kay (Heriot’s), Robbie Nairn (Harlequins, England)
Fullback : Blair Kinghorn (Edinburgh Rugby), Darcy Graham (Hawick)

Pool C
Argentina
Prop
: Alejandro Luna (CURNE), Rodrigo Martinez (Los Tordos), Santiago Pulella (Jockey Cordoba), Jeremias Tarter (Cordoba Athletic), Mayco Vivas (Atlético del Rosario)
Hooker : José Luis Gonzalez (Tucuman), Leonel Oviedo (Cordoba Athletic)
Lock : Nahuel Milan (San Fernando), Franco Molina (Jockey Cordoba), Lucas Paulos (Olivos), Nicolas Walker (Curupayti)
Loose Forward : Vicente Boronat (CASI), Facundo Dominguez (Olivos), Agustin Medrano (Regatas Bella Vista), Santiago Ruiz (Regatas Bella Vista), Bautista Stavile (Mendoza)
Scrumhalf : Gonzalo Garcia (Natacion y Gimnasia), Matias Sauze (Tucuman)
Flyhalf : Tomas Albornoz (Tucuman), Juan Bautista Daireaux (Newman)
Centre : Santiago Carreras (Cordoba Athletic), Teo Castiglioni (GER de Rosario), Facundo Ferrario (Jockey Club Rosario), Felix Luna (Jockey Cordoba)
Winger : Juan Pablo Castro (San Juan), Luciano Gonzalez (La Tablada), Tomas Malanos (Atlético del Rosario)
Fullback : Bautista Delguy (Pucara)

France
t.b.a.

Georgia
Prop : Ushang Cheishvili (Montpellier, France), Revaz Dugladze (Lelo Saracens Tbilisi), Guram Gogichashvili (Locomotive Tbilisi), Guram Papidze (Lyon, France), Lasha Tabidze (Bordeaux, Fance)
Hooker : Levan Papidze (Lelo Saracens Tbilisi), Tengiz Zamtaradze (Lelo Saracens Tbilisi)
Lock : Giga Grigalashvili (Lelo Saracens Tbilisi), Lasha Jaiani (Exeter University, England), Koba Jimsheleishvili (Jiki Gori), Beka Saghinadze (Lelo Saracens Tbilisi)
Loose Forward : Shota Areshidze (Aia Kutaisi), Tornike Jalagonia (Khuligana Tbilisi), Arsen Machaladze (Aia Kutaisi), Aleko Mamamtavrishvili (TBS Universiteti Tbilisi), Ilia Spanderashvili (Armia Tbilisi)
Scrumhalf: Gela Aprasidze (Lelo Saracens Tbilisi)
Flyhalf : Tedo Abzhandadze (Aia Kutaisi), Davit Modzgvrishvili (Academia Tbilisi)
Centre : Bezhan Gavashelishvili (Lelo Saracens Tbilisi), Giorgi Gogoladze (Montpellier, France), Giorgi Tsiklauri (Jiki Gori)
Winger : Davit Meskhi (Armia Tbilisi), Lado Miminoshvili (Batumi), Saba Svimonishvili (Sharks Academy, South Africa), Akaki Tabutsadze (Lelo Saracens Tbilisi)
Fullback : Mirian Modebadze (Aia Kutaisi), Luka Yurin (Lyon, France)

South Africa
Prop
: Kwenzo Blose (Toyota Free State Cheetahs), Wikus Groenewald (DHL Western Province), Lee-Marvin Mazibuko (DHL Western Province), Carlű Sadie (DHL Western Province), Gerhard Steenekamp (Vodacom Blue Bulls)
Hooker : Johan Grobbelaar (Vodacom Blue Bulls), Daniel Jooste (DHL Western Province)
Lock : Salmaan Moerat (DHL Western Province), Reinhard Nothnagel (Xerox Golden Lions), Hendre Stassen (Vodacom Blue Bulls), Ruben Van Heerden (Vodacom Blue Bulls)
Loose Forward : Juarno Augustus (DHL Western Province), Zain Davids (DHL Western Province), Len Massyn (Xerox Golden Lions), Nama Xaba (DHL Western Province), Ernst van Rhyn (DHL Western Province)
Scrumhalf : Francois de Villiers (Cell C Sharks), Rewan Kruger (Toyota Free State Cheetahs), Embrose Papier (Vodacom Blue Bulls)
Flyhalf : Curwin Bosch (Cell C Sharks/The Sharks), Damian Willemse (DHL Western Province/Stormers)
Centre : David Brits (DHL Western Province), Stedman Gans (Vodacom Blue Bulls), Wandisile Simelane (Xerox Golden Lions)
Winger : Manie Libbok (Vodacom Blue Bulls), Yaw Penxe (EP Kings/Southern Kings)
Fullback : Jean-Luc Cilliers (Xerox Golden Lions), Gianni Lombard (Xerox Golden Lions)
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Re: World Rugby U20 Championship

Postby beber » Mon, 08 May 2017, 22:32

Australian squad added! It includes 6 Super Rugby capped players, and 4 current australian sevens internationals !

NZ added too! Rieko Ioane, Jordie Barrett, Peter Umaga-Jansen and Stephen Perofeta are all missing

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Re: World Rugby U20 Championship

Postby beber » Wed, 10 May 2017, 20:34

Italian squad added :


Prop : Danilo Fischetti (Unione Capitolina), Dante Gavrilita (Calvisano), Marco Riccioni (Calvisano), Daniele Rimpelli (Calvisano)
Hooker : Massimo Ceciliani (Delebio Rugby), Matteo Luccardi (Colorno), Alberto Rollero (Sitav Rugby Lyons)
Lock : Niccolo Cannone (Florentia), Edoardo Iachizzi (Perpignan, France), Daniel Orso (Mogliano)
Loose Forward : Jacopo Bianchi (Vasari Arezzo), Michele Lamaro (Lazio Rugby 1927), Giovanni Licata (Miraglia), Lodovico Manni (Mogliano), Lorenzo Masselli (Sitav Rugby Lyons)
Scrumhalf : Matteo Maria Panunzi (Unione Capitolina), Charly Trussardi (Clermont Auvergne, France)
Flyhalf : Filippo Di Marco (L'Aquila), Antonio Rizzi (Mogliano)
Centre : Roberto Dal Zilio (Calvisano), Andrea De Masi (Benetton Treviso), Marco Zanon (Mogliano), Alessandro Forcocci (Fiame Oro Rugby)
Winger : Andrea Bronzini (Viadana), Giovani D'Onofrio (Rugby Benevento/Zebre), Dario Schiabel (Lafert San Dona)
Fullback : Massimo Cioffi (Lazio Rugby 1927), Simone Cornelli (Sitav Rugby Lyons)

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Re: World Rugby U20 Championship

Postby RugbyPUBtbilisi » Thu, 11 May 2017, 09:39

Georgian Squad:

Props: Guram Papidze (Lyon, FRA), Guram Gogichashvili (Locomotive, GEO), Ushang Cheishvili (Montpellier, FRA), Revaz Dugladze (Lelo Saracens, GEO), Lasha Tabidze (Bordeaux, FRA)
Hookers: Levan Papidze (Lelo Saracens, GEO), Tengiz Zamtaradze (Lelo Saracens, GEO)
Locks: Lasha Jaiani (Exeter, ENG), Giga Grigalashvili (Lelo Saracens, GEO), Beka Saghinadze (Lelo Saracens, GEO), Koba Jimsheleishvili (RC Jiki, GEO)
Flankers: Tornike Jalagonia (RC Khuligana, GEO), Ilia Spanderashvili (RC Army, GEO), Arsen Machaladze (AIA Kutaisi, GEO), Aleko Mamamtavrishvili (TBS U, GEO)
N8: Shota Areshidze (AIA Kutaisi, GEO),
Scrum Half: Gela Aprasidze(Lelo Saracens, GEO)
Fly Half Davit Modzgvrishvili (Academy, GEO), Tedo Abzhandadze (AIA Kutaisi, GEO)
Centre: Giorgi Gogoladze (Montpellier, FRA), Giorgi Tsiklauri (RC Jiki, GEO), Bezhan Gavashelishvili (Lelo Saracens, GEO)
Wings: Davit Meskhi (RC Army, GEO) Saba Svimonishvili (Sharks, RSA), Lado Miminoshvili (Batumi, GEO), Akaki Tabutsadze (Lelo Saracens, GEO)
Full Backs: Luka Iurin (Lyon, FRA), Mirian Modebadze (AIA Kutaisi, GEO)

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Re: World Rugby U20 Championship

Postby lelopride » Thu, 11 May 2017, 11:45

Pretty hard draw for young Lelos.

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Re: World Rugby U20 Championship

Postby RugbyPUBtbilisi » Thu, 11 May 2017, 12:39

I think this year's squad is Stronger than 2016 JRWC.

MUCH better backs this year: Almost everyone can kick the ball and everyone is faster than previous team.
SH: Gela Aprasidze
FH: Davit Modzgvrishvili
CE: Giorgi Gogoladze
WG: Davit Meskhi, Lado Miminoshvili, Saba Svimonishvili
FB: Mirian Modebadze and Luka Iurini

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Re: World Rugby U20 Championship

Postby Bogdan_DC » Thu, 11 May 2017, 13:51

RugbyPUBtbilisi wrote:I think this year's squad is Stronger than 2016 JRWC.

MUCH better backs this year: Almost everyone can kick the ball and everyone is faster than previous team.
SH: Gela Aprasidze
FH: Davit Modzgvrishvili
CE: Giorgi Gogoladze
WG: Davit Meskhi, Lado Miminoshvili, Saba Svimonishvili
FB: Mirian Modebadze and Luka Iurini


I just want to ask you about that before your post. Personally i think the last year team use to have better forwards , especially in the 3d line.This year backs looks better and overall the team have the home advantage.So i will say a +1 for this year team.

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Re: World Rugby U20 Championship

Postby GeoRugby » Thu, 11 May 2017, 14:58

Georgian coaches again say that the team needs to peak for placement part of the tournament, but I think Georgia should really try and go for one win in the group stage. They're at home and they need to take advantage. Never going to be a better chance than this.

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Re: World Rugby U20 Championship

Postby RugbyPUBtbilisi » Thu, 11 May 2017, 15:01

Bogdan_DC wrote:
RugbyPUBtbilisi wrote:I think this year's squad is Stronger than 2016 JRWC.

MUCH better backs this year: Almost everyone can kick the ball and everyone is faster than previous team.
SH: Gela Aprasidze
FH: Davit Modzgvrishvili
CE: Giorgi Gogoladze
WG: Davit Meskhi, Lado Miminoshvili, Saba Svimonishvili
FB: Mirian Modebadze and Luka Iurini


I just want to ask you about that before your post. Personally i think the last year team use to have better forwards , especially in the 3d line.This year backs looks better and overall the team have the home advantage.So i will say a +1 for this year team.


Yes 3'd line was better in 2016 but 2017's 3'd line are 18 years old and they will progress until 2018:
18,19,18,19,20 but there are also better 2'nd line this year (Grigalashvili 1.97,115kg, 18 years and Lasha Jaiani 2.01, 110kg, 18 years)
1st line is traditionally strong. And very promising Prop Guram Papidze, 19 years old.

Must be very interesting tournament with:
Argentina, RSA and France

France U20 squad: http://www.worldrugby.org/u20/teams/2758

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Re: World Rugby U20 Championship

Postby beber » Thu, 11 May 2017, 16:57

RugbyPUBtbilisi wrote:I think this year's squad is Stronger than 2016 JRWC.

MUCH better backs this year: Almost everyone can kick the ball and everyone is faster than previous team.
SH: Gela Aprasidze
FH: Davit Modzgvrishvili
CE: Giorgi Gogoladze
WG: Davit Meskhi, Lado Miminoshvili, Saba Svimonishvili
FB: Mirian Modebadze and Luka Iurini


I can't say "much better backs", Lobzhanidze, Koshadze, Kveseladze and Svanidze will be missing. I hope the guys who were already in the squad last year improved
Kveseladze, apprently injured, will miss a lot at centre. Maybe the coach will chose to play with Yurin at outside centre?

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Re: World Rugby U20 Championship

Postby carbonero » Thu, 11 May 2017, 17:39

Kremer called for Pumitas after some injuries in the back row: http://uar.com.ar/2017/05/11/cambios-cara-al-mundial/

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Re: World Rugby U20 Championship

Postby argie » Thu, 11 May 2017, 17:45

Marcos Kremer, the 19 year old second rower from Jaguares, the Argentine Super Rugby franchise, was added today to the U20's roster Los Pumitas. An impact player without a doubt. He will replace to Vicente Boronat with a hand fracture as Loose Forward.

Another change in the roster is Juan Ignacio Molina, who replaces to Facundo Dominguez with a knee injury.

http://www.cordobaxv.com.ar/marcos-krem ... ndial-m20/

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Re: World Rugby U20 Championship

Postby dropkick » Thu, 11 May 2017, 22:09

What's the weather like in Georgia in June?

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Re: World Rugby U20 Championship

Postby Coloradoan » Fri, 12 May 2017, 00:57

dropkick wrote:What's the weather like in Georgia in June?


Tbilisi is warm. It literally means "warm place".

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Re: World Rugby U20 Championship

Postby RugbyPUBtbilisi » Fri, 12 May 2017, 06:10

dropkick wrote:What's the weather like in Georgia in June?


Yes, warm. 25-30 degrees in June, and No rainfall.

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Re: World Rugby U20 Championship

Postby dropkick » Fri, 12 May 2017, 10:14

Cheers. Looks like it's going to be a good tournament. I always enjoy the u20s. The rugby played is more concentrated on attack than defence.

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Re: World Rugby U20 Championship

Postby FLIDTA RISXVA » Fri, 12 May 2017, 18:08

No rainfall

FORGOT 13/06_2015 :?: RHYNOS ON STREETS?

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Re: World Rugby U20 Championship

Postby RugbyPUBtbilisi » Fri, 12 May 2017, 18:17

FLIDTA RISXVA wrote:
No rainfall

FORGOT 13/06_2015 :?: RHYNOS ON STREETS?

yea, Rhynos, Hypos, Lions, Tigers, Hyenas in Tbilisi. :D
That day was hell of a rain and rivers coming down from Orbeti mountains.

Hope this year will be calm.

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Re: World Rugby U20 Championship

Postby vazshap » Fri, 12 May 2017, 18:58

GeoRugby wrote:Georgian coaches again say that the team needs to peak for placement part of the tournament, but I think Georgia should really try and go for one win in the group stage. They're at home and they need to take advantage. Never going to be a better chance than this.


I totally agree with you! Lelos have good chance to win at least one game in group. But the coaches are not so positive and they are looking for win in fourth game, unfortunately.

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Re: World Rugby U20 Championship

Postby Scoob » Sat, 13 May 2017, 01:30

Whats the real Georgian squad,apparently there are some injuries as world rugby website has different squad to the one posted here.

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Re: World Rugby U20 Championship

Postby FLIDTA RISXVA » Tue, 16 May 2017, 09:44

Image

GEORGIA squad head_shots

http://site.rugby.ge/ka-GE/U20/

28-STRONG list would be issued soon - MAYBE EVEN TODAY

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Re: World Rugby U20 Championship

Postby dropkick » Wed, 17 May 2017, 15:32

Ireland U-20 Squad (World Rugby Under-20 Championship 2017)

Forwards
Paul Boyle (Lansdowne FC/Leinster) Captain
Charlie Connolly (Dublin University FC/Leinster)
Joey Conway (UL Bohemians RFC/Munster)
Gavin Coombes (Young Munster RFC/Munster)
Peter Cooper (Belfast Harlequins/Ulster)
Caelan Doris (St. Mary's College RFC/Leinster)
Oisin Dowling (Lansdowne FC/Leinster)
Jordan Duggan (Naas RFC/Leinster)*
John Foley (Shannon RFC/Munster)
Ronan Kelleher (UCD RFC/Leinster)
Sean Masterson (Corinthians RFC/Connacht)
Tadgh McElroy (Lansdowne FC/Leinster)
Greg McGrath (Lansdowne FC/Leinster)
Marcus Rea (Queen's University Belfast RFC/Ulster)
Jack Regan (UCD RFC/Leinster)
Fineen Wycherley (Young Munster RFC/Munster)

Backs
Angus Curtis (Queen's University Belfast RFC/Ulster)*
Conor Dean (UCD RFC/Leinster)*
Ciaran Frawley (St.Mary's College/Leinster)
Colm Hogan (Dublin University FC/Munster)
Jack Kelly (Dublin University FC/Leinster)
David McCarthy (Garryowen FC/Munster)*
Gavin Mullin (UCD RFC/Leinster)
Calvin Nash (Young Munster/Munster)
Jack Stafford (Shannon RFC/Munster)
Jonathan Stewart (Queen's University Belfast RFC/Ulster)
Michael Silvester (Dublin University FC/Leinster)*
Alan Tynan (Young Munster/Munster)*

Unavailable due to injury
Cillian Gallagher
Bill Johnston
Jordan Larmour
Robert Lyttle
Johnny McPhillips
Tommy O'Brien
Alex McHenry

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Re: World Rugby U20 Championship

Postby fullbackace » Wed, 17 May 2017, 23:11

vazshap wrote:
GeoRugby wrote:Georgian coaches again say that the team needs to peak for placement part of the tournament, but I think Georgia should really try and go for one win in the group stage. They're at home and they need to take advantage. Never going to be a better chance than this.


I totally agree with you! Lelos have good chance to win at least one game in group. But the coaches are not so positive and they are looking for win in fourth game, unfortunately.

I agree as well, I'm starting to get annoyed with this miltonesque tactic over and over again. Used to be we always went 100% against everyone. I'm tired of this BS. We should go there to win every game. Especially on youth level where we actually have a shot.
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Re: World Rugby U20 Championship

Postby JamesWales » Thu, 18 May 2017, 12:50

Any news on ticket sales for this tournament?

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