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Re: 2018 Americas Rugby Championship

Postby argie » Tue, 30 Jan 2018, 18:01

Next ARC fixtures

ROUND 1

Jan 27th, Sat - Canada vs Uruguay, BC Place (Vancouver). Kick-off: 17:10 hs (Pacific Time)

Feb 3rd, Sat - USA vs Argentina XV, StubHub Center (Carson). Kick-off: 17:10 hs (PT)

Feb 3rd, Sat - Chile vs Brazil, Estadio La Pintana (Santiago). Kick-off: 15:10 hs (Local Time)

ROUND 2

Feb 9th, Fri - Brazil vs Uruguay, Estadio Pacaembú (Sao Paulo). Kick-off: 20:10 hs (LT)

Feb 10th, Sat - Argentina XV vs Chile, Estadio Agustín Pichot (Ushuaia). Kick-off: 17:40 hs (LT)

Feb 10th, Sat - USA vs Canada, Papa Murphy’s Park (Sacramento). Kick-off: 15:10 hs (PT)

ROUND 3

Feb 17th, Sat - Canada vs Brazil, Westhills Stadium (Langford). Kick-off: 12:30 hs (PT)

Feb 17th, Sat - USA vs Chile, Titan Stadium (Fullerton). Kick-off: 15:00 hs (PT)

Feb 17th, Sat - Uruguay vs Argentina XV, Estadio Domingo Burgueño (Maldonado). Kick-off: 21:15 hs (LT)

ROUND 4

Feb 24th, Sat - Brazil vs USA, Estadio Martins Pereira (Sao José dos Campos), Kick-off: 18:10 hs (LT)

Feb 24th, Sat - Chile vs Uruguay, Estadio La Pintana (Santiago). Kick-off: 15:00 hs (LT)

Feb 24th, Sat - Argentina XV vs Canada, Estadio 23 de Agosto (Jujuy). Kick-off: 17:40 hs (LT)

ROUND 5

Mar 3rd, Sat - Chile vs Canada, Estadio La Pintana (Santiago). Kick-off: 13:10 hs (LT)

Mar 3rd, Sat - Uruguay vs USA, Estadio Charrúa (Montevideo). Kick-off: 15:40 hs (LT)

Mar 3rd, Sat - Brazil vs Argentina XV, Estadio Martins Pereira (Sao José dos Campos). Kick-off: 18:10 hs (LT)

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Re: 2018 Americas Rugby Championship

Postby argie » Sun, 04 Feb 2018, 19:56

The spots after the first round.

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Re: 2018 Americas Rugby Championship

Postby Bolaroid » Sun, 04 Feb 2018, 22:11

Chile lookin like perennial wooden spooners.

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Re: 2018 Americas Rugby Championship

Postby Canadaman » Sun, 04 Feb 2018, 22:33

You also underestimate Canada I see.

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Re: 2018 Americas Rugby Championship

Postby argie » Sun, 04 Feb 2018, 23:18

Bolaroid wrote:Chile lookin like perennial wooden spooners.


Possibly they will be the last in the ARC, but not the wooden spoons. They already have a point in the first round. And we all know that the wooden spoon is obtained by the team that gets 0 points.

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Re: 2018 Americas Rugby Championship

Postby carbonero » Sun, 04 Feb 2018, 23:37

argie wrote: And we all know that the wooden spoon is obtained by the team that gets 0 points.

No. It's for the team that comes in last.

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Re: 2018 Americas Rugby Championship

Postby victorsra » Mon, 05 Feb 2018, 03:25

Chile played without their sevens players. I think they are focused in sevens.
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Re: 2018 Americas Rugby Championship

Postby TheStroBro » Mon, 05 Feb 2018, 03:33


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Re: 2018 Americas Rugby Championship

Postby JCWalker22 » Sun, 11 Feb 2018, 01:42

Hopefully the US can be the first country that achieves the Grand Slam in the ARC !! :D

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Re: 2018 Americas Rugby Championship

Postby Suiram » Sun, 11 Feb 2018, 03:09

I’d hold my breath until Uruguay. In Montevideo without our overseas pros. It will be very tough to get a win

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Re: 2018 Americas Rugby Championship

Postby ruckovercdn » Sun, 11 Feb 2018, 04:12

argie wrote:
Bolaroid wrote:Chile lookin like perennial wooden spooners.


Possibly they will be the last in the ARC, but not the wooden spoons. They already have a point in the first round. And we all know that the wooden spoon is obtained by the team that gets 0 points.



No just last place.

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Re: 2018 Americas Rugby Championship

Postby TheStroBro » Sun, 11 Feb 2018, 05:25

Suiram wrote:I’d hold my breath until Uruguay. In Montevideo without our overseas pros. It will be very tough to get a win

They played like crap against Brazil.

Let's see what we do against Chile though.

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Re: 2018 Americas Rugby Championship

Postby Coloradoan » Sun, 11 Feb 2018, 06:36

TheStroBro wrote:
Suiram wrote:I’d hold my breath until Uruguay. In Montevideo without our overseas pros. It will be very tough to get a win

They played like crap against Brazil.

Let's see what we do against Chile though.


They did, but Brazil isn't an easy place to play. Neither North American team has an away win in Brazil since the ARC started. I'm expecting us to win in Brazil by a decent margin, but I don't think too much should be drawn from Uruguay having an off game on the road and still denying Brazil a losing BP.

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Re: 2018 Americas Rugby Championship

Postby argie » Sun, 11 Feb 2018, 12:27

ARC standings after Round 2

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Re: 2018 Americas Rugby Championship

Postby TheStroBro » Sun, 11 Feb 2018, 14:32

Coloradoan wrote:
TheStroBro wrote:
Suiram wrote:I’d hold my breath until Uruguay. In Montevideo without our overseas pros. It will be very tough to get a win

They played like crap against Brazil.

Let's see what we do against Chile though.


They did, but Brazil isn't an easy place to play. Neither North American team has an away win in Brazil since the ARC started. I'm expecting us to win in Brazil by a decent margin, but I don't think too much should be drawn from Uruguay having an off game on the road and still denying Brazil a losing BP.


Well it's a bit like the first halfs for both us and ARG XV this week. Previous week was pretty draining and Uruguay just had a two week slog. Played like crap, outside looking in a Fresh Uruguay in it's current construct would dominate Brazil.

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