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Re: Argentine club rugby

Postby olivier » Sun, 13 Aug 2017, 18:48

I know Torneo de Clubes B is new but is it now considered as second club level ahead of Interior A ? If no, is it considered better than Interior B ?

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Re: Argentine club rugby

Postby carbonero » Sun, 13 Aug 2017, 19:30

olivier wrote:I know Torneo de Clubes B is new but is it now considered as second club level ahead of Interior A?

Yes

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Re: Argentine club rugby

Postby Salta » Tue, 26 Sep 2017, 01:53

Torneo Regional del NOA is over, Natación y Gimnasia is the new champion after 21 years, beat Tucumán Lawn Tennis in the final.

Natación y Gimnasia, T. Lawn Tennis, Tucumán Rugby and Los Tarcos will play the Nacional de Clubes next year.

Here the last minutes of the match https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pBga9OulhPE

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Re: Argentine club rugby

Postby NaBUru38 » Tue, 26 Sep 2017, 19:37

A new Torneo de Clubes Región Centro has been created between the Córdoba, Rosario, Santa Fe, and Entre Ríos unions.

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The Gold Cup has the top 3 teams from Córdoba and Litoral.
The 3 Córdoba teams will play the 3 Litoral teams over three rounds.
A final playoff will be played on October 14.

The Plate Cup is similar. The Bronze Cup was just one round of matches.

Gold Cup:

o- Tala, Tablada, Palermo Bajo.
o- Jockey de Rosario, Duendes, Gimnasia y Esgrima de Rosario.

Plate Cup:

o- Córdoba Athletic, Urú Curé, Universitario de Córdoba.
o- Estudiantes de Paraná, Santa Fe Rugby, CRAI.

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Re: Argentine club rugby

Postby victorsra » Wed, 04 Oct 2017, 04:21

It looks a great idea to have Cordoba playing Litoral clubs. Any chances to see a complete merge?
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Re: Argentine club rugby

Postby NaBUru38 » Wed, 04 Oct 2017, 20:22

I disagree with a merger between the Córdoba and Litoral tournaments.

Córboba and Rosario are 400 km apart. That would be too much travel for amateur clubs.

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Re: Argentine club rugby

Postby NaBUru38 » Thu, 30 Nov 2017, 13:22

Last weekend, the URBA Sevens was held at Regatas de Bella Vista.

Cup final: Pucará 24 - 14 Regatas
3rd, 4th: Alumni, San Albano

Plate final: San Luis 33 - 7 Atlético del Rosario
7th, 8th: Belgrano, Los Tilos

Bowl final: Banco Nación 29 - 7 Los Matreros
11th, 12th: CUBA, Pueyrredón



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http://urba.org.ar/noticias/noticias/no ... e-la-URBA-

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Re: Argentine club rugby

Postby NaBUru38 » Fri, 01 Dec 2017, 14:01

2018 URBA schedule: http://urba.org.ar/useruploads/notas/ar ... a_2485.pdf

The Top 12 will start on April 28.

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Re: Argentine club rugby

Postby NaBUru38 » Fri, 01 Dec 2017, 14:07

The 2017 Seven de la República will be held on Friday 8 and Saturday 9.

Championship Zone

o- Group 1: Cuyo, Salta, Nordeste, Misiones.
o- Group 2: Buenos Aires, Mar del Plata, Lagos del Sur, Tierra del Fuego.
o- Group 3: Entrerriana (Paraná), Santafesina, Rosario, Sur (Bahía Blanca).
o- Group 4: Córdoba, Tucumán, San Juan, Santiago del Estero.

Development Zone

Group 5: Chubut, Formosa, Andina, San Luis, Uruguay (???).
Group 6: Oeste, jujuy, Alto Valle, Austral, Paraguay.

Women's

o- Group 7: Buenos Aires, Santiago del Estero, Salta.
o- Group 8: Córdoba, Alto Valle, Formosa.
o- Group 9: Tucumán, Entrerriana (Paraná), Nordeste.
o- Group 10: Santafesina, Misiones, Andina.

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Re: Argentine club rugby

Postby victorsra » Fri, 01 Dec 2017, 14:10

Brazil is not playing tournaments before Punta. We should have played at least one and we must return to the Seven de La Republica.
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Re: Argentine club rugby

Postby eal22 » Sun, 03 Dec 2017, 03:10

Can someone confirm all the clubs that will play in the Nacional de Clubes next season?

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Re: Argentine club rugby

Postby carbonero » Sun, 03 Dec 2017, 05:59

eal22 wrote:Can someone confirm all the clubs that will play in the Nacional de Clubes next season?

Buenos Aires: Pucará, S.I.C., Alumni, Hindú, C.U.B.A., Belgrano, Newman and San Luis
Litoral: Jockey and Duendes
Córdoba: Tala and La Tablada
NOA: Natación & Gimnasia, Tucumán RC, Tucumán LT and Los Tarcos

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Re: Argentine club rugby

Postby victorsra » Sun, 03 Dec 2017, 14:04

Final stadings of the Argentina's Championship:

1 - Buenos Aires - 20 points - champion
2 - Tucumán - 19 pts
3 - Cordoba - 11 pts
4 - Salta - 9 pts
5 - Cuyo - 8 pts
6 - Rosario - 7 pts

Last round:
Buenos Aires 25 x 20 Cuyo

Rosario 17 x 23 Tucumán

Salta 35 x 31 Córdoba
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Re: Argentine club rugby

Postby carbonero » Mon, 04 Dec 2017, 09:07

RugbyLiebe wrote:Sorry for going off-topic here, but that's really interesting. So are there any "worker's" Rugby Union clubs? Always had the feeling that those clubs were at least upper middle class, with a lot of those guys playing coming from "good families".

It is a sport clearly associated with the upper middle class. I’m not disputing that. However, there are plenty of working class clubs throughout the country. I would say more than half of the clubs in Buenos Aires fit that mold.

My issue with your comment was the inequality part. That Canada couldn’t replicate our amateur club scene because they had a more equal society. I don't follow your line of reasoning.

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