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Re: Asian 5 Nations & Asian rugby discussion

Postby vino_93 » Fri, 14 Apr 2017, 21:22

Why do players based in Japan refuse to come ?

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Re: Asian 5 Nations & Asian rugby discussion

Postby Hinato » Fri, 14 Apr 2017, 21:59

vino_93 wrote:Why do players based in Japan refuse to come ?


Début de la préparation d'avant saison avec les clubs japonais.

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Re: Asian 5 Nations & Asian rugby discussion

Postby ihateblazers » Sat, 15 Apr 2017, 08:44

Not cool by the Japanese clubs if they've put pressure on the players. These are world cup qualifiers and it's their off season.

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Re: Asian 5 Nations & Asian rugby discussion

Postby Hinato » Sat, 15 Apr 2017, 11:15

ihateblazers wrote:Not cool by the Japanese clubs if they've put pressure on the players. These are world cup qualifiers and it's their off season.


Pas pression des clubs japonais. C'est le choix des joueurs sud-coréens.

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Re: Asian 5 Nations & Asian rugby discussion

Postby YamahaKiwi » Sat, 15 Apr 2017, 11:28

Japanese clubs have about a 4 month preseason. April & May are for friendly games and especially integrating new team players from overseas, other clubs and uni graduates. Then there's the July summer camps, usually in cooler Hokkaido Island (though many high school & unis do their camps in the Japan alps area of Nagano), and then the real preseason games in August before the new domestic season kicks off. There really isn't an actual off season in Japan. Tell a Japanese coach that the April, May friendlies are cancelled and players are taking a couple of months off, and he'd probably cry and say it will be impossible to build a new team, nevermind that coaches all around the world do exactly that with far, far less time!

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Re: Asian 5 Nations & Asian rugby discussion

Postby Hinato » Wed, 19 Apr 2017, 10:45

Le XV japonais face à la Corée du sud
http://www.japonrugby.net/le-xv-japonai ... 17.php#123

Rappel de mon article sur les "enfants cardiaques":
http://www.japonrugby.net/les-enfants-c ... scene-.php

6 contre la Corée du sud et un avec les Sunwolves samedi!

Le XV sud-coréen face au Japon
http://www.asierugby.net/le-xv-sud-core ... n-2017.php

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Re: Asian 5 Nations & Asian rugby discussion

Postby Hinato » Wed, 19 Apr 2017, 14:08

Le XV de départ sud-coréen:

1-Na Kwan Young (Hyundai Glovis, 7 caps) 2-Kim Jeep (KEPCO, 9 caps) 3-Kim Kwangsik (Hino Red Dolphins, 26 caps) 4-Yang Dae Yeong (Korea Armed Forces Athletic Corps, 2 caps) 5-Han Kun Kyu (KEPCO, ? caps) 6-Kim Hyun Soo (KEPCO, ? caps) 7-(c) Kim Jeong Min (KEPCO, ? caps) 8-Lee Yong Seung (Hyundai Glovis, ? caps) 9-Shin Ki Chul (POSCO, 13 caps) 10-Yoo Jae Hyuk (POSCO, 2 caps) 11-Kim Gwong Min (KEPCO, ? caps) 12-Moon Jung Ho (Hyundai Glovis, 2 caps) 13-Kim Nam Wook (KEPCO, ? caps) 14-Jeong Yeon Sik (Korea Armed Forces Athletic Corps, 4 caps) 15-Lee Jae Bok (Korea Armed Forces Athletic Corps, 6 caps)

Remplaçants:

16-Lim Jun Hee (Korea Armed Forces Athletic Corps, 2 caps) 17-Kim Sung Tae (KEPCO, ? caps) 18-Kang Tae Hyeon (Korea Armed Forces Athletic Corps, 6 caps) 19-Shin Dahyun (Korea Univ., 4 caps) 20-Jung Hyo Jin (Hyundai Glovis, 0 cap) 21-Kim Sung Hyun (Yonsei Univ., 0 cap) 22-Chang Yong Heung (Korea Armed Forces Athletic Corps, 3 caps) 23-Jang Jung Min (Korea Armed Forces Athletic Corps, ? caps)

Le XV de départ japonais:

1-Shintaro Ishihara (Suntory Sungoliath, 0 cap) 2-Takeshi Hino (Sunwolves, 2 caps) 3-Takayuki Watanabe (Kobelco Steelers, 6 caps) 4-Yuya Odo (Yamaha Jubilo, 0 cap) 5-Kazuhiko Usami (Sunwolves, 9 caps) 6-Daiki Yanagawa (Ricoh Black Rams, 0 cap) 7-Naoki Ozawa (Suntory Sungoliath, 0 cap) 8-Yoshitaka Tokunaga (Sunwolves, 0 cap) 9-(c) Yutaka Nagare (Sunwolves, 0 cap) 10-Jumpei Ogura (Sunwolves, 0 cap) 11-Amanaki Lotoahea (Ricoh Black Rams, 4 caps) 12-Ryoto Nakamura (Suntory Sungoliath, 8 caps) 13-Ryohei Yamanaka (Sunwolves, 7 caps) 14-Ryuji Noguchi (Tokai Univ., 4 caps) 15-Seiya Ozaki (Teikyo Univ., 0 cap)

Remplaçants:

16-Atsushi Sakate (Sunwolves, 4 caps) 17-Kohei Asahori (Sunwolves, 0 cap) 18-Genki Sudo (Suntory Sungoliath, 0 cap) 19-Naohiro Kotaki (Sunwolves, 7 caps) 20-Yoshiya Hosoda (NEC Green Rockets, un cap) 21-Takahiro Ogawa (Sunwolves, un cap) 22-Rikiya Matsuda (Panasonic Wild Knights, 3 caps) 23-Chikara Ito (Yamaha Jubilo, 0 cap)

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Re: Asian 5 Nations & Asian rugby discussion

Postby Hinato » Fri, 21 Apr 2017, 18:04

Streaming for South Korea/Japan tomorrow?

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Re: Asian 5 Nations & Asian rugby discussion

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Re: Asian 5 Nations & Asian rugby discussion

Postby antlat » Sat, 22 Apr 2017, 03:52

Half Time Score

Japan leads South Korea 35 - 12.

5 tries to Japan
2 tries to South Korea

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Re: Asian 5 Nations & Asian rugby discussion

Postby antlat » Sat, 22 Apr 2017, 04:04

wow what a try to South Korea within 20 seconds of the second half.

Now Japan leads 35 - 19 with a successful conversion. (5 tries to 3 tries)

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Re: Asian 5 Nations & Asian rugby discussion

Postby antlat » Sat, 22 Apr 2017, 04:07

Interestingy, the two commentators mentioned that Japan WILL NOT take part in the Asian Rugby Championship next year.

Does this mean the winner of Division 1 this year will automatically be promoted to the Top 3 next year?????

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Re: Asian 5 Nations & Asian rugby discussion

Postby antlat » Sat, 22 Apr 2017, 04:10

OH MY GOD!!!!

Another try to South Korea. Conversion unsuccessful.

Japan leads 35 - 24.

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Re: Asian 5 Nations & Asian rugby discussion

Postby antlat » Sat, 22 Apr 2017, 04:36

Score update

Japan leads South Korea 47 - 24 (7 tries to 4 tries)

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Re: Asian 5 Nations & Asian rugby discussion

Postby antlat » Sat, 22 Apr 2017, 04:50

WOW! length of the field try to South Korea.

Final Score

Japan 47 (7 tries)
South Korea 29 (5 tries)

What a brave and wonderful performance by South Korea.

Re match next week in Tokyo

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Re: Asian 5 Nations & Asian rugby discussion

Postby 4N » Sat, 22 Apr 2017, 04:53

47-29 FT

Korea won second half 17-12

Entertaining game, got sloppy at the end until a great Korean try to finish it. Korea fielded a pretty young/inexperienced side I think. Some promising athletes for sure. They should continue to improve under Walters and Deon Muir.

Final try (with thanks to Hinato): https://mobile.twitter.com/rugbyhack15/ ... 6098066438

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Re: Asian 5 Nations & Asian rugby discussion

Postby Hinato » Sat, 22 Apr 2017, 05:06

Japon:
+: Ozaki, Ogura, Yamanaka, Usami, Nagare
-: 3ème ligne, ailiers, défense

Corée du sud:
+: Chang Yong Heung, Shin Ki Chul, Lee Yong Seung, Kim Kwangsik
-: défense

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Re: Asian 5 Nations & Asian rugby discussion

Postby victorsra » Sat, 22 Apr 2017, 18:54

Phillippines Residents XV 29-17 Singapore

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And last week's final stadings of the men's SEA Games 7s @ Singapore are:

1 - Singapore, 2 Malaysia, 3 Phillippines, 4 Thailand, 5 Singapore "B", 6 Indonesia, 7 Laos, 8 Brunei
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Re: Asian 5 Nations & Asian rugby discussion

Postby Canalina » Sun, 30 Apr 2017, 07:59

Asia Rugby added a pool with Pakistan, Laos, Indonesia and Guam to the Asia Championship
They will play in Vientiane in autumn

So the missing big nations in this year's continental championship remain China and Kazakhstan

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Re: Asian 5 Nations & Asian rugby discussion

Postby RugbyLiebe » Wed, 03 May 2017, 08:21

Canalina wrote:Asia Rugby added a pool with Pakistan, Laos, Indonesia and Guam to the Asia Championship
They will play in Vientiane in autumn

So the missing big nations in this year's continental championship remain China and Kazakhstan


That's kind of shocking considering the good news which came out of the Alibaba sponsorship. So China doesn't play 15s at all atm?
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Re: Asian 5 Nations & Asian rugby discussion

Postby Thomas » Wed, 03 May 2017, 10:04

Big turnaround from previous result

29th of April

Japan 80 - South Korea 10

According to the match report at half time it was Japan 19-0 S Korea what happened in the Second Half??

Next Match:

Sat, 6-May-17
14:07
Venue/Pitch : Prince Chichibu Stadium Tokyo - Japan
Japan v Hong Kong.

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Re: Asian 5 Nations & Asian rugby discussion

Postby Canalina » Tue, 09 May 2017, 06:54

This sunday the Asia Championship division I starts in Ipoh, Malaysia. It is worth for the RWC qualifiers and the malaysians explained the process with an efficacious image

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The only possible mistake is on the Oceania Cup line: I think that just three teams (no Solomon and no American Samoa) will be involved in it

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Re: Asian 5 Nations & Asian rugby discussion

Postby Ser Podrick of Payne » Tue, 09 May 2017, 10:24

The match schedule
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SPI Philippine Volcanoes Squad for Asia Rugby Championship:

Forwards:

1. Austin Garnica Dacanay
2. Aldrin Deposoy Mercado
3. Masayuki Sekiguchi
4. Michael Estrada Duhig
5. Philip Benares Abraham
6. David Paz Robinson-Polkey
7. Eric Cruz Erickson
8. Ray Conrad Laforteza
9. Steve Pagtalunan Howorth
10. David Feeney
11. Ashley Matias Heward
12. Chris Anderson
13. Terrence Javier Carroll
14. Benjamin Priagola Mudie
15. Gerald Zamora Tulud
16. Edlen Cortez Hernandez

Backs:

17. Joe Palabay Dawson
18. Jake Robrigado Letts
19. Oliver Abalos Saunders
20. Justin Villazor Coveney
21. Jovan Reyes Masalunga
22. Daniel Ricky Kucia
23. Timothy Bweheni
24. Ned Plarizan Stephenson
25. Harry Dionson Morris
26. Kevin Sysu Gordon
27. Patrice Ortiz Olivier
28. Francis Tagalia

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Re: Asian 5 Nations & Asian rugby discussion

Postby gibbs » Tue, 09 May 2017, 10:47

Ser Podrick of Payne wrote:The match schedule
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SPI Philippine Volcanoes Squad for Asia Rugby Championship:

Forwards:

1. Austin Garnica Dacanay
2. Aldrin Deposoy Mercado
3. Masayuki Sekiguchi
4. Michael Estrada Duhig
5. Philip Benares Abraham
6. David Paz Robinson-Polkey
7. Eric Cruz Erickson
8. Ray Conrad Laforteza
9. Steve Pagtalunan Howorth
10. David Feeney
11. Ashley Matias Heward
12. Chris Anderson
13. Terrence Javier Carroll
14. Benjamin Priagola Mudie
15. Gerald Zamora Tulud
16. Edlen Cortez Hernandez

Backs:

17. Joe Palabay Dawson
18. Jake Robrigado Letts
19. Oliver Abalos Saunders
20. Justin Villazor Coveney
21. Jovan Reyes Masalunga
22. Daniel Ricky Kucia
23. Timothy Bweheni
24. Ned Plarizan Stephenson
25. Harry Dionson Morris
26. Kevin Sysu Gordon
27. Patrice Ortiz Olivier
28. Francis Tagalia


As expected Philippines sporting a team exclusively of foreigners (Just mentioning a Filipino ancestry middle name there to make it sound legit.. Lol), They may be in there 15th year playing the Asian championship, Yet to field a single Filipino.. Malaysia had half a dozen Fiji nationals last year and UAE, Well less said better

Asian Rugby is a farce

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Re: Asian 5 Nations & Asian rugby discussion

Postby RugbyLiebe » Tue, 09 May 2017, 12:12

gibbs wrote:
As expected Philippines sporting a team exclusively of foreigners (Just mentioning a Filipino ancestry middle name there to make it sound legit.. Lol), They may be in there 15th year playing the Asian championship, Yet to field a single Filipino.. Malaysia had half a dozen Fiji nationals last year and UAE, Well less said better

Asian Rugby is a farce


Out of interest: why doesn't Sri Lanka step up to the next level? I mean rugby is a very popular sport in Sri Lanka, right?
How to grow rugby worldwide?
Look at the world ranking in July. Teams ranked 1-10 have to play one team from 11-20 (they don't play in a regular competition) away the next year. 11-20 play 21-30 away and so on. Yes, it really is that simple.

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