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Re: Rugby in Brazil

Postby victorsra » Sun, 10 Sep 2017, 17:47

Taça Tupi - 2nd division
Templários 38-07 Pé Vermelho
Guanabara 36-17 BH Rugby - Guanabara promoted to 2018 1st division

Now all the clubs have 5 matches. The final round of the groups phase is next weekend. Band Saracens, BH Rugby, Guanabara and Charrua are already promoted to 2018 top division. Remember: 8 clubs will be promoted! San Diego is almost there. Niterói, Templários and Pé Vermelho are close too, while Chapecó, Rio Rugby and Joaca still dream. The only club with no chances is former national powerhouse Rio Branco, that is in a really bad situation.

Standings on: http://www.portaldorugby.com.br/tabelas ... rasileiros
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Re: Rugby in Brazil

Postby victorsra » Sun, 17 Sep 2017, 01:23

Super 8 - Semifinals
Farrapos 24-05 Pasteur
Jacareí 20-12 Desterro

September 24th - FINAL - Jacarei - Farrapos - Brazil will have a new champions. Both have never won the title.

Taça Tupi - 2nd division - last round
Band Saracens - Templários - postponed
Rio Branco 00-85 Pé Vermelho
BH Rugby 07-21 Guanabara
Niterói 52-06 Rio Rugby
Charrua 29-08 Joaca
San Diego 27-10 Chapecó

Standings: http://www.portaldorugby.com.br/noticia ... finalistas

Well, here you are the big news: nobody had understood properly the rules of promotion. Turns out that all the clubs discovered last friday that according to the proposed 2018 regional model just 2 clubs from Group C and 2 from Group B would be promoted. And ALL the clubs from Group A will be promoted, what means that Rio Branco after losing 5 of its 6 matches will be in the first division next year. REALLY embarassing that all clubs realised now that it won't be the 8 best clubs those promoted. :D

So next year:
Group A: São José, Jacareí, BH Rugby and Guanabara
Group B: 4 clubs from São Paulo city
Group C: Curitiba, Pé Vermelho + 2 clubs from São Paulo city
Group D: Farrapos, Desterro, Charrua and San Diego
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Re: Rugby in Brazil

Postby victorsra » Wed, 20 Sep 2017, 21:17

Central Brazil Cup - FINAL (at Arena Pantanal, in Cuiabá, a WC stadium): Cuiabá 14-15 Rugby Sem Fronteiras.

Rugby Sem Fronteiras from Brasília are the champions for the 2ns consecutive year.

Now we have all the regional champions, from the regions outside CBRu's (Brazilian Rugby Union) supervision.

Northeast: Talleres (from Recife);
North: GRUA (from Manaus);
Center-West: Rugby Sem Fronteiras (Brasília)

A map of the 2018 SUPER 16:
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The blue tons show the 5 regions of Brazil: South, Southeast (both covered by CBRu), Northeast, North and Center-West.
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Re: Rugby in Brazil

Postby victorsra » Sun, 24 Sep 2017, 14:15

Taça Tupi - missing match - Band Saracens 125-10 Templários (record score)

Semifinals on Sept 30th:
Band Saracens - BH Rugby , in São Paulo
Charrua - Guanabara , in Porto Alegre

Today we have at 5PM GMT (1PM local time) the big Super 8 final, Jacareí-Farrapos. Live on SporTV3
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Re: Rugby in Brazil

Postby victorsra » Sun, 24 Sep 2017, 23:13

Super 8 Final - Jacareí 18-15 Farrapos - Awesome finish. With 78 minutes Farrapos was winning by 15-06! 2 late tries sealed Jacareí's first national title!

Highlights: http://globotv.globo.com/sportv/sportv/ ... 5/6170612/

List of Brazilian champions: http://www.portaldorugby.com.br/noticia ... imeira-vez

Jacareí is a city close to São José dos Campos, São Paulo state's traditional rugby hotbed, 100km from São Paulo City. In fact they form Jacarei and São José dos Campos form the Metropolitan Region of Vale do Paraíba (Paraíba Valley), a rich region (called the Brazilian Silicon Valley) with 2 million people between São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro. Jacareí Rugby is a São José Rugby's son and now they finally rised as a major national power. The Valley Derby is becoming a highlight of São Paulo's and Brazil's rugby. Really exciting.
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Re: Rugby in Brazil

Postby Bruce_ma_goose » Mon, 25 Sep 2017, 13:25

Region locked highlights sadly. Sounds even more entertaining than the drop kick, kickoff decider from a precious tournament.

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Re: Rugby in Brazil

Postby victorsra » Mon, 02 Oct 2017, 02:40

Taça Tupi - 2nd division
Semifinals
Band Saracens 67-05 BH Rugby
Charrua 27-18 Guanabara

FINAL - October 7th
Band Saracens (São Paulo) vs Charrua (Porto Alegre), in Curitiba (neutral venue)
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Re: Rugby in Brazil

Postby victorsra » Tue, 10 Oct 2017, 21:00

Taça Tupi - FINAL
Band Saracens champions: 41-26 over Charrua


Brazilian 42 players squad for training and for tomorrow's match against match:

http://www.portaldorugby.com.br/noticia ... e-olho-na-

Alexandre Figueredo Alves "Texugo" (Desterro), André Arruda "Buda" (Desterro), Angelo Marcucci (Farrapos), Ariel Rodrigues da Silva (Jacareí), Arthur Bomfim Bergo (SPAC), Cléber Dias da Silva (Poli), Daniel Henri Sancery (São José), Devon Muller Devon (Band Saracens), Douglas Thiago Rauth (Curitiba), Endy Willian de Jesus Pinheiro (Curitiba), Felipe Gomes Rosa (São José), Felipe Henri Sancery (São José), Felipe Trevisan Tissot (Curitiba), Frederico Cândido Costa (Jacareí), Gabriel Paganini (Band Saracens), Guilherme Coghetto (Desterro), Jacobus Malan De Wet Van Niekerk (Poli), João Luiz da Ros "Ige" (Desterro), Joshua Brian Reeves "Josh" (Jacareí), Jonatas Santos Paulo "Chabal" (Band Saracens), Lafaiete Pandolfo de Paula "Lafa" (Farrapos), Leonardo Cecarelli (Jacareí), Lucas Abud de Andrade (Poli), Lucas Amadeu Muller (Desterro), Lucas Piero de Moraes "Bruxinho" (Desterro), Lucas Rainho Tranquez "Zé" (SPAC), Marcos Civardi (Farrapos), Mateus Estrela Miller Tavares (Jacareí), Matheus Cruz Vergueiro e Silva "Cruz" (Jacareí), Matheus da Cruz Daniel "Matias" (Jacareí), Matheus Rodrigues Rocha "Blade" (Jacareí), Matheus Wolf (Joaca), Mauricio Canterle (Farrapos), Michel Olimpo Gomes de Oliveira (São José), Michel Oliveira "Ilha" (Curitiba), Moisés Rodrigues Duque (São José), Nicholas Malcolm Smith "Nick" (SPAC), Pedro Bengaló (Desterro), Stefano Giantorno (São José), Valentin Garcia (Sud Grésivaudan, França), Vitor Ancina de Oliveira "Vitão" (Curitiba), William Broderick (Band Saracens);


BRAZIL VS CÓRDOBA
Wednesday, Octo 11th - 3 PM (local time)
@São José dos Campos
Referee: Cauã Ricardo
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Re: Rugby in Brazil

Postby victorsra » Fri, 13 Oct 2017, 19:57

Córdoba 40-17 Brazil.

Saturday, 2 PM, we'll have the Brasil Barbarians vs Córdoba, in São Paulo. Brasil Barbarians will have the Tupis squad, but it will be part of the promotion of the PRO SERIES BRASIL, the project of a professional league. Everythng will be anounced around 12 AM.
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Re: Rugby in Brazil

Postby victorsra » Sat, 14 Oct 2017, 21:49

Brasil Barbarians 07 x 23 Córdoba
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Re: Rugby in Brazil

Postby victorsra » Mon, 06 Nov 2017, 17:29

Brazilian squad for the Europe tour. No Nick Smith, João Luiz da Ros or Lucas Duque.

Forwards: Endy Willian Pinheiro (Curitiba), Yan Rosetti (CUBA, Argentina), Caique Silva Segura (São José), Lucas Abud (Poli), Matheus Rocha “Blade” (Jacareí), Michel Olimpo de Oliveira (São José), Pedro Bengaló (Desterro), Gabriel Paganini (Bandeirantes Saracens), Lucas Piero de Moraes “Bruxinho” (Desterro), Alexandre Alves "Texugo" (Desterro), Angelo Marcucci (Farrapos), Arthur Bergo (SPAC), Cléber Dias "Gelado" (Poli), André de Arruda "Buda" (Desterro), Mauricio Canterle (Farrapos), Matheus da Cruz Daniel “Matias” (Jacareí);

Backs: Douglas Rauth (Curitiba), Matheus Cruz (Jacareí), William Broderick (Bandeirantes Saracens), Josh Brian Reeves (Jacareí), Leonardo Cecarelli (Jacareí), Moisés Duque (São José), Felipe Sancery (São José), Jacobus De Wet Van Niekerk (Poli), Lucas Amadeu Muller (Desterro), Lucas Rainho Tranquez “Zé” (SPAC), Stefano Giantorno (São José), Daniel Sancery (São José);
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Re: Rugby in Brazil

Postby olivier » Tue, 07 Nov 2017, 16:50

victorsra wrote:Brazilian squad for the Europe tour. No Nick Smith, João Luiz da Ros or Lucas Duque.

Forwards: Endy Willian Pinheiro (Curitiba), Yan Rosetti (CUBA, Argentina), Caique Silva Segura (São José), Lucas Abud (Poli), Matheus Rocha “Blade” (Jacareí), Michel Olimpo de Oliveira (São José), Pedro Bengaló (Desterro), Gabriel Paganini (Bandeirantes Saracens), Lucas Piero de Moraes “Bruxinho” (Desterro), Alexandre Alves "Texugo" (Desterro), Angelo Marcucci (Farrapos), Arthur Bergo (SPAC), Cléber Dias "Gelado" (Poli), André de Arruda "Buda" (Desterro), Mauricio Canterle (Farrapos), Matheus da Cruz Daniel “Matias” (Jacareí);

Backs: Douglas Rauth (Curitiba), Matheus Cruz (Jacareí), William Broderick (Bandeirantes Saracens), Josh Brian Reeves (Jacareí), Leonardo Cecarelli (Jacareí), Moisés Duque (São José), Felipe Sancery (São José), Jacobus De Wet Van Niekerk (Poli), Lucas Amadeu Muller (Desterro), Lucas Rainho Tranquez “Zé” (SPAC), Stefano Giantorno (São José), Daniel Sancery (São José);

Luiz Veira (Tyrosse, former Oyonnax) disappeared from the team...

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Re: Rugby in Brazil

Postby victorsra » Wed, 08 Nov 2017, 12:37

Yes... It is clear they dont want players abroad...
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Re: Rugby in Brazil

Postby carbonero » Wed, 08 Nov 2017, 21:35

Victor, I listened to the interview with the Pro Series founders in Portal do Rugby. My Portuguese isn’t good so can you confirm the details. This is what I understood:
- One month competition in September/October.
- At least 4 sides in 2018. Could be more. They are talking with existing clubs. Mentioned Jacarei (SP), Sao Jose (SP), Band Saracens (SP) and Desterro (SC).
- Franchise model. The founders own 51% of the league. Bankrolled by corporate sponsors.
- They don't want to play in stadiums. Brought up C.A.S.I. of Argentina as an example.
- Minimum of 5 foreign players in every squad. Maximum of 15 foreign players.
- This is what I didn’t understand. They said that the inaugural season will be played exclusively in Sao Paulo, even if teams from other cities make the cut. My speculation is that all of the games will be played in the same location one after another. Maybe it is some sort of rugby festival in each round.

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Re: Rugby in Brazil

Postby victorsra » Thu, 09 Nov 2017, 03:27

Yep, you got it all.

They want to start with one single venue hosting all the rounds. This place is SPAC, São Paulo's only club that looks like an URBA club. That looks a bit odd to me too, but I guess for the first year they want to create a first model of how the standard event must be. Let's wait to see.
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Re: Rugby in Brazil

Postby NaBUru38 » Fri, 10 Nov 2017, 18:22

Mixing franchises and clubs doesn't seem a good idea to me.

I'd rather have state teams: Sao Paulo, Santa Catarina, Paraná, Rio de Janeiro, Rio Grande do Sul...

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Re: Rugby in Brazil

Postby amz » Fri, 10 Nov 2017, 22:58

NaBUru38 wrote:Mixing franchises and clubs doesn't seem a good idea to me.

I'd rather have state teams: Sao Paulo, Santa Catarina, Paraná, Rio de Janeiro, Rio Grande do Sul...


Agree, it's an artificial way, better let "life" find its way and pick one model of development. Brazil is big enough to have the choice, states are big enough to have franchises while club tradition is strong so it is also a choice.

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Re: Rugby in Brazil

Postby Sony D » Sat, 18 Nov 2017, 12:04

Does anybody know why Luiz Gustavo Lemes Vieira (Lock from Tyrosse/ Federale 1/France) is not in the Brazilian squad?
He improved quit good and could really help the forwards :?:

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Re: Rugby in Brazil

Postby victorsra » Sat, 18 Nov 2017, 13:21

Agree, it's an artificial way, better let "life" find its way and pick one model of development. Brazil is big enough to have the choice, states are big enough to have franchises while club tradition is strong so it is also a choice.


I think the same.

Does anybody know why Luiz Gustavo Lemes Vieira (Lock from Tyrosse/ Federale 1/France) is not in the Brazilian squad?
He improved quit good and could really help the forwards :?:

Easy: because the national coaches don't want anybody playing outside. The Brazilian Rugby Union has a high performance academies system and they want everybody there. That is why they brought the Sancery brothers from Albi to Brazil. The only exception is the captain Yan Rosetti, that still plays for CUBA in Argentina. Why? Because our Argentine coach allows him.
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Re: Rugby in Brazil

Postby danindech » Sun, 19 Nov 2017, 02:00

victorsra wrote:Easy: because the national coaches don't want anybody playing outside. The Brazilian Rugby Union has a high performance academies system and they want everybody there. That is why they brought the Sancery brothers from Albi to Brazil. The only exception is the captain Yan Rosetti, that still plays for CUBA in Argentina. Why? Because our Argentine coach allows him.


Victor, do you really think leaving 'foreigners' outside of the national team is the right call?

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Re: Rugby in Brazil

Postby victorsra » Sun, 19 Nov 2017, 03:10

If they are playing well, understand the system of the team and if there is money to pay their travels, why not?
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