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9 March: Georgia v Germany RE Championship

Postby RugInt » Fri, 08 Mar 2019, 04:08

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Re: 9 March: Georgia v Germany RE Championship

Postby FLIDTA RISXVA » Fri, 08 Mar 2019, 07:09

SUN 10/03 2019

KO 16.00 GEO = 12.00 UTC

Venue: Kutaissi, Aia Stadium

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Re: 9 March: Georgia v Germany RE Championship

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Re: 9 March: Georgia v Germany RE Championship

Postby Werner » Fri, 08 Mar 2019, 11:25

German travelling squad with 24 players, will be reduced by one.

BSC Offenbach: Wynston Cameron-Dow
Heidelberger RK: Jörn Schröder, Dasch Barber, Felix Lammers
SC Frankfurt 1880: Samy Füchsel
TSV Handschuhsheim: Jaco Otto, Nikolai Klewinghaus, Eden Syme, Felix Martel, Marcus Bender, Paul Schüle
SC Neuenheim: Samuel J. Harris, Senzo Ngubane
RSV Köln: Morne Laubscher
TV Pforzheim: Lee Murray
RC Vannes (FRA): Tim Menzel, Christopher Hilsenbeck
Rotherham Titans RC (ENG): Antony Dickinson
Stade Rochelais (FRA): Eric Marks
Doncaster RFC (ENG): Tobias Williams
Kahurangi RC (NZL): Vito Lammers
Stade Aurilliacois CA (FRA): Julius Nostadt
Stade Francais (FRA): Emil Rupf
Stade Dijonais (FRA): Harris Aounallah

source: www.rugby-verband.de

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Re: 9 March: Georgia v Germany RE Championship

Postby BigG » Fri, 08 Mar 2019, 16:35

Werner wrote:German travelling squad with 24 players, will be reduced by one.

BSC Offenbach: Wynston Cameron-Dow
Heidelberger RK: Jörn Schröder, Dasch Barber, Felix Lammers
SC Frankfurt 1880: Samy Füchsel
TSV Handschuhsheim: Jaco Otto, Nikolai Klewinghaus, Eden Syme, Felix Martel, Marcus Bender, Paul Schüle
SC Neuenheim: Samuel J. Harris, Senzo Ngubane
RSV Köln: Morne Laubscher
TV Pforzheim: Lee Murray
RC Vannes (FRA): Tim Menzel, Christopher Hilsenbeck
Rotherham Titans RC (ENG): Antony Dickinson
Stade Rochelais (FRA): Eric Marks
Doncaster RFC (ENG): Tobias Williams
Kahurangi RC (NZL): Vito Lammers
Stade Aurilliacois CA (FRA): Julius Nostadt
Stade Francais (FRA): Emil Rupf
Stade Dijonais (FRA): Harris Aounallah

source: www.rugby-verband.de


How strong is this German side? Or it is experimental? Sorry, I do not know well Germans players.

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Re: 9 March: Georgia v Germany RE Championship

Postby welshdragon2000 » Fri, 08 Mar 2019, 23:02

Rugby Europe tv have this listed down to be played on Sunday. World rugby however are saying that it is tomorrow and so is this forum so hopefully rugby Europe sort this stupid mistake out and show the match live

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Re: 9 March: Georgia v Germany RE Championship

Postby dwpeate » Sat, 09 Mar 2019, 00:08

The Georgian squad announcement video shows it as Sunday too. I guess Sunday it is!

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Re: 9 March: Georgia v Germany RE Championship

Postby Amateur_IK » Sat, 09 Mar 2019, 06:36

welshdragon2000 wrote:Rugby Europe tv have this listed down to be played on Sunday. World rugby however are saying that it is tomorrow and so is this forum so hopefully rugby Europe sort this stupid mistake out and show the match live

Don't worry! The match will be on Sunday.

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Re: 9 March: Georgia v Germany RE Championship

Postby BigG » Sat, 09 Mar 2019, 06:57

yes, it's on Sunday. Weather broadcast is nice +16, but moderate breeze.

Do Germans have the strongest squad?

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Re: 9 March: Georgia v Germany RE Championship

Postby FLIDTA RISXVA » Sat, 09 Mar 2019, 11:11

welshdragon2000 | dwpeate
Mates, do you regard us such dudes that we don't know
which day an international is being played in our backyard :?:

PLS, refer to the top of very this thread

SUN 10/03 2019

KO 16.00 GEO = 12.00 UTC

Venue: Kutaissi, Aia Stadium

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Here is LIVE GAME SHEET template >>
http://files.rugby.ge/oqmi/DATO/2019_03 ... EO-GER.htm

Unfortunately, GER did not announce "numbered 23" 48 hours prior to KO

Moreover, they have NOT arrived yet which shows that
REC is not the proper environment for GEO to play rugby in

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GER named 24-strong travelling squad

18 of those played RUS in Heidelberg last week

Numbers 2 6 8 15 22 from that game are missing

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Re: 9 March: Georgia v Germany RE Championship

Postby dwpeate » Sat, 09 Mar 2019, 12:16

FLIDTA RISXVA wrote:welshdragon2000 | dwpeate
Mates, do you regard us such dudes that we don't know
which day an international is being played in our backyard :?:

PLS, refer to the top of very this thread

SUN 10/03 2019

KO 16.00 GEO = 12.00 UTC

Venue: Kutaissi, Aia Stadium

Image

Opened: autumn 2014


Here is LIVE GAME SHEET template >>
http://files.rugby.ge/oqmi/DATO/2019_03 ... EO-GER.htm

Unfortunately, GER did not announce "numbered 23" 48 hours prior to KO

Moreover, they have NOT arrived yet which shows that
REC is not the proper environment for GEO to play rugby in

BigG

GER named 24-strong travelling squad

18 of those played RUS in Heidelberg last week

Numbers 2 6 8 15 22 from that game are missing

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No, we don't. The discussion was about conflicting information from World Rugby and Rugby Europe

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Re: 9 March: Georgia v Germany RE Championship

Postby beber » Sat, 09 Mar 2019, 19:48

Germany XV

1 - NOSTADT Julias (Aurillac, ProD2 / FRA)
2 - BARBER Dasch (Heidelberger RK)
3 - FUCHSEL Sammy (SC Frankfurt 1880)
4 - SCHRODER Jorn (Heidelberger RK)
5 - MARKS Eric (La Rochelle, Espoirs / FRA)
6 - RUPF Emil (Stade Français, Espoirs / FRA)
7 - MARTEL Felix (TSV Handschuhsheim)
8 - OTTO Jacobus(c, TSV Handschuhsheim)
9 - MENZEL Tim (Vannes, ProD2 / FRA)
10 - HILSENBECK Christopher (Vannes, ProD2 / FRA)
11 - LAMMERS Felix (Heidelberger RK)
12 - SYME Eden (TSV Handschuhsheim)
13 - CAMERON-DOW Wynston (BSC Offenbach)
14 - LAMMERS Vito (Kahurangi RFC / NZL)
15 - KLEWINGHAUS Nilkolai (TSV Handschuhsheim)

16 - NGUBANE Senzokuhle (SC Neuenheim)
17 - WILLIAMS Tobias (Doncaster, RFU Championship / ENG)
18 - DICKINSON Antony (Rotherham Titans, RFU Championship / ENG)
19 - SCHULE Paul (TSV Handschuhsheim)
20 - BENDER Marcus (TSV Handschuhsheim)
21 - LAUBSCHER Morne (RSV Köln)
22 - HARRIS Samuel (SC Neuenheim)
23 - AOUNALLAH Harris (Dijon, Federale1 / FRA)

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Re: 9 March: Georgia v Germany RE Championship

Postby Ser Podrick of Payne » Sun, 10 Mar 2019, 13:24

This is a bit more one-sided than I thought.

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Re: 9 March: Georgia v Germany RE Championship

Postby GeoRugby » Sun, 10 Mar 2019, 15:17

52-3 final score. Georgia are REC champions.

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Re: 9 March: Georgia v Germany RE Championship

Postby Armchair Fan » Sun, 10 Mar 2019, 16:01

Congratulations

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Re: 9 March: Georgia v Germany RE Championship

Postby welshdragon2000 » Sun, 10 Mar 2019, 16:52

Modebadze scores a hat trick today from the wing. When was the last time a Georgian winger scored a hat trick? Good to see. Just wondering why Abzhandadze wasn’t kicking again today? Aprasidze kicked nicely but when he went off, Matiashvilli took over. I assumed Haig wanted to test Aprasidze’s kicking at test level but then Abzhandadze hasn’t had many games in which he has kicked (although he kicked pretty much 100% in the games he did kick.

Congratulations to Georgia on their tournament win, much deserved! On a side note, how fast is Georgia’s number 7!? He could easily pass as a centre with that pace and power!

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Re: 9 March: Georgia v Germany RE Championship

Postby fullbackace » Sun, 10 Mar 2019, 17:07

welshdragon2000 wrote:Modebadze scores a hat trick today from the wing. When was the last time a Georgian winger scored a hat trick? Good to see. Just wondering why Abzhandadze wasn’t kicking again today? Aprasidze kicked nicely but when he went off, Matiashvilli took over. I assumed Haig wanted to test Aprasidze’s kicking at test level but then Abzhandadze hasn’t had many games in which he has kicked (although he kicked pretty much 100% in the games he did kick.

Congratulations to Georgia on their tournament win, much deserved! On a side note, how fast is Georgia’s number 7!? He could easily pass as a center with that pace and power!

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Re: 9 March: Georgia v Germany RE Championship

Postby GeoRugby » Sun, 10 Mar 2019, 17:46

Some Georgian fans even suggest Tsutskiridze play centre. I thought Giorgadze was fantastic today. He reminds me Mamuka.

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Re: 9 March: Georgia v Germany RE Championship

Postby RugbyPUBtbilisi » Sun, 10 Mar 2019, 18:44

Giorgadze reminds young Gorgodze some 11 years ago... HE IS POWERFUL! Some huge physical power! I enjoyed watching Giorgadze and Tsutskiridze very much...

Modebadze was very productive! He can do much better...

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Re: 9 March: Georgia v Germany RE Championship

Postby beber » Sun, 10 Mar 2019, 18:53

welshdragon2000 wrote:On a side note, how fast is Georgia’s number 7!? He could easily pass as a centre with that pace and power!


That's funny because that's exaclty what suggested scotland poster honestly_united after the game v Belgium

honestly_united wrote: I was really impressed by the number 7, and thought he would make a really good centre. He was quick, good hands, ran some really good lines in attack.


GeoRugby wrote:Some Georgian fans even suggest Tsutskiridze play centre. I thought Giorgadze was fantastic today. He reminds me Mamuka.


Beast ! He already did runs like this a couple of times this season in ProD2


welshdragon2000 wrote:Modebadze scores a hat trick today from the wing. When was the last time a Georgian winger scored a hat trick?


Paliko Jimsheladze and Archil Kavtarahvili v Bulgaria in 1995. Both starting on the wings and scored 3 tries each. Last georgian hat-trick before today were scored by Kveseladze (starting as a centre) last year, again v Germany

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Re: 9 March: Georgia v Germany RE Championship

Postby 4N » Sun, 10 Mar 2019, 19:26

beber wrote:
GeoRugby wrote:Some Georgian fans even suggest Tsutskiridze play centre. I thought Giorgadze was fantastic today. He reminds me Mamuka.


Beast ! He already did runs like this a couple of times this season in ProD2


Very similar style to Gorgodze. He “runs angry” as they say in American football.

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Re: 9 March: Georgia v Germany RE Championship

Postby fullbackace » Sun, 10 Mar 2019, 19:35

Ehh I'd tone down comparisons to Gorgodze.. Unless he can do that vs the All Blacks and Leinster he's not "like" Gorgodze.

pleasure to watch nonetheless
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Re: 9 March: Georgia v Germany RE Championship

Postby datodato » Sun, 10 Mar 2019, 20:32

This U20 Third row from the JWRC in England is just freaking sick... Tsutskiridze (Speed and Defense), Giorgadze (absurd strengh and carrying ability), Gorgadze (crazy skills all around the field) is a freakish 3rd row. Also the improvement in the backs is great to see. These young players are awesome: Vaska, Aprasidze, Tedo and Modebadze are so beautifull to watch. And it's encouraging to see whats coming up with the backs in this years U20. There is just a huge problem in the 2nd row.

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Re: 9 March: Georgia v Germany RE Championship

Postby BigG » Sun, 10 Mar 2019, 20:51

Many Georgians fans are surprised that Germany lost to Belgium. I share their opinion. I believe Germans are good in some component: Maul, Rucks, even scrummage. End of the first half they put a big pressure on Georgians, but were unlucky to succeed.

I believe this team has future, however that would not happen in overnight.

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Re: 9 March: Georgia v Germany RE Championship

Postby welshdragon2000 » Sun, 10 Mar 2019, 21:19

Another thing I noticed was that Georgia almost always turned down the scrum option from a penalty when they were 5m out or so and went for the line out. I imagine this was for them to practice their nails which have been a weakness. Instructions from the coaches I’d guess. It’ll be very interesting to see how Georgia get on in the World Cup. Uruguay they should beat, Wales they will lose you’d think, Fiji will be a very close match, and Australia should win but then they have been so poor lately you never know. If the weather is bad in that game and it’s kept to a forwards game then Georgia have a shot there. Either way, a strong future for them

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