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Postby victorsra » Sun, 10 Sep 2017, 14:57

I am creating the nice Small News thread for womens rugby :)
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Re: Small News

Postby victorsra » Sun, 10 Sep 2017, 15:00

http://www.rugbychile.cl/stade-francais ... en-brasil/

Chilean champions Stade Français, from Santiago, will play the Brazilian Super Sevens (Brazilian national womens sevens series) next weekend in Rio de Janeiro.

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Grupo C - Curitiba (PR), Delta (PI), BH Rugby (MG) e Rio Rugby (RJ);

Grupo D - SPAC (SP), Leoas de Paraisópolis (SP), USP (SP) e Guanabara (RJ);
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Re: Small News

Postby vis maior » Sat, 21 Oct 2017, 18:06

Today friedly XV women´s XV game in Prague: Czech Republic - France Militaire 17:27

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Re: Small News

Postby vis maior » Sat, 21 Oct 2017, 18:07

vis maior wrote:Today friedly XV women´s game in Prague: Czech Republic - France Militaire 17:27

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Re: Small News

Postby victorsra » Tue, 05 Dec 2017, 13:17

Awesome finish of the Brazilian Womens Series "Super Sevens". The last round was played last weekend and São José was leading the table with 8 points ahead of Niteroi (from Rio). The last tournament, in Curitiba, was dramatic, with São José (with Edna Santini back) falling in the quarter finals, beaten by Leoas de Paraisópolis (the club born in a São Paulo favela/slum famous for its rugby social project Rugby Para Todos... Leoas great players are Bianca Silva, that started rugby there, and Raquel Kochhann, a teacher in the project).

Niteroi went to the big final against Leoas and with the victory clinched the Series title by 1 point! Beatriz "Baby" Futuro Muhlbauer and Isadora Cerullo shone for Niteroi.

Rio's rugby in the top with its women.

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http://www.portaldorugby.com.br/noticia ... o-feminino
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Re: Small News

Postby victorsra » Wed, 06 Dec 2017, 00:25

http://www.nrl.com/nrl-womens-premiersh ... fault.aspx
NRL will have a womens competition in 2018. Rugby League in front of Rugby Union in Australia in creating a national semi-pro competition.
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Re: Small News

Postby Canalina » Fri, 08 Dec 2017, 16:46

In Japan a book called "Sevens" has just been published. Despite the cover, I think it's a "written" book and not a manga.
Author's name is Takahisa Igarashi. I'd like to read it but I can't understand japanese at all

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Re: Small News

Postby Canalina » Wed, 07 Feb 2018, 10:38

I think to remember that this was already digged out but but I can't find it with the forum search engine so I repost

Bourg-en-Bresse, 1988 FIRA championship, Italy v Netherlands. Thirty years ago, even if the video quality seems from 1860 : )

First half https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cjVRiT6BYgA
Second half https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jNRF7W2myds

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Re: Small News

Postby NedRugby » Wed, 07 Feb 2018, 11:35

I think it is fair to say that women's rugby has improved a bit since those days.

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Re: Small News

Postby johnbirch » Wed, 07 Feb 2018, 21:38

Canalina wrote:I think to remember that this was already digged out but but I can't find it with the forum search engine so I repost

Bourg-en-Bresse, 1988 FIRA championship, Italy v Netherlands. Thirty years ago, even if the video quality seems from 1860 : )

First half https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cjVRiT6BYgA
Second half https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jNRF7W2myds

There is also a video somewhere out there of the frankly awesome-looking post-tournament party after the trophy presentation.

And it was a pretty impressive trophy too - I wonder what happened to it?

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Re: Small News

Postby Canalina » Fri, 09 Mar 2018, 08:33


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Re: Small News

Postby NedRugby » Fri, 09 Mar 2018, 14:32

:thumbup: Congrats to rugby chicklet!

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Re: Small News

Postby Canalina » Fri, 09 Mar 2018, 16:51

Ugrugbychicklet rocks :thumbup:

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Re: Small News

Postby YamahaKiwi » Sat, 10 Mar 2018, 09:14

Well done Helen. Awesome award on International Womens Day!

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Re: Small News

Postby sjbret » Mon, 12 Mar 2018, 08:15

Koyokoyo, you're the best !!! ;)

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Re: Small News

Postby victorsra » Mon, 12 Mar 2018, 14:53

Congrats, awesome! :thumbup:
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Re: Small News

Postby victorsra » Wed, 21 Mar 2018, 15:36

Tonga banned rugby for girls in schools.... will WR react?

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Re: Small News

Postby ugrugbychiclet » Thu, 05 Apr 2018, 13:58

I have not been on this forum for a looooong while so missed this :D Belated thank you Canalina, NedRugby, YamahaKiwi, Victorsra, Sjbret 8-) :)

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Re: Small News

Postby IanCleverly » Thu, 05 Apr 2018, 17:13

It was a 2-0 success for the French Navy over the UK Navy during the week, with the Men's losing 33-14, but the Women's side lost 67-0


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Re: Small News

Postby Canalina » Tue, 14 Aug 2018, 06:31

A former Sweden national player, Lina Norman, is helping greek rugby to raise up from the ground

http://greece.greekreporter.com/2018/04 ... k-capital/

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Re: Small News

Postby sjbret » Thu, 16 Aug 2018, 11:14

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Wikipedia isn't the truth and there's an enormous error on the 2nd Women's Rugby League World Cup, a recopied mistake by many newspapers and even specialists (excepted some, in particular who participated) during the 5th Cup in 2017.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Women%27s ... _World_Cup
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2005_Wome ... _World_Cup

The 2nd WRLWC (the only one without a Men's) didn't happen in 2005 but in 2003, in North Harbour, from September 28th to October 12th.

From several web origins, found pool results seems to have been :
- 28/9 New Zealand 64-0 Cook Islands, 1/10 Cook Islands 30-16 Tokelau, 4/10 New Zealand 76-0 Tokelau
- 28/9 NZ Maoris 24-28 Australia, 1/10 NZ Maoris 44-0 Niue, 4/10 Australia 58-0 Niue
- 28/9 Samoa 12-29 Great Britain, 1/10 Tonga 4-44 Samoa, 4/10 Tonga 0-54 Great Britain

Then, there's an information on a match on 6/10 between Cook Islands and Great Britain (20-20) but I don't know if it's about a play-off or something else.
What was the qualyfing process ? It was maybe, but it's just a guess, a qualification for the semi-finals of the winners of the both first pools with the best runner-of, and a play-off between the worst and the winner of the third pool.


Semi finals happen on 8/10 : NZ Maoris beat Great Britain and New Zealand beat Australia (with unknown scores : if someone know them !!!).
And the final was on 12/10 : New Zealand 58-0 NZ Maoris (It's the most frequently quoted score although that other sources give 54-0).

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Re: Small News

Postby Raven » Wed, 22 Aug 2018, 10:39

Aimee Barrett-Theron will be the referee of SWD Eagles v Leopards in the Currie Cup First Division.

If I´m not mistaken, she´s the first woman to achieve that in South Africa.

http://sarugby.online/tournaments/match/id/4507

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Re: Small News

Postby mcruic » Sun, 26 Aug 2018, 16:48

sjbret wrote:-
Wikipedia isn't the truth and there's an enormous error on the 2nd Women's Rugby League World Cup, a recopied mistake by many newspapers and even specialists (excepted some, in particular who participated) during the 5th Cup in 2017.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Women%27s ... _World_Cup
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2005_Wome ... _World_Cup

The 2nd WRLWC (the only one without a Men's) didn't happen in 2005 but in 2003, in North Harbour, from September 28th to October 12th.

From several web origins, found pool results seems to have been :
- 28/9 New Zealand 64-0 Cook Islands, 1/10 Cook Islands 30-16 Tokelau, 4/10 New Zealand 76-0 Tokelau
- 28/9 NZ Maoris 24-28 Australia, 1/10 NZ Maoris 44-0 Niue, 4/10 Australia 58-0 Niue
- 28/9 Samoa 12-29 Great Britain, 1/10 Tonga 4-44 Samoa, 4/10 Tonga 0-54 Great Britain

Then, there's an information on a match on 6/10 between Cook Islands and Great Britain (20-20) but I don't know if it's about a play-off or something else.
What was the qualyfing process ? It was maybe, but it's just a guess, a qualification for the semi-finals of the winners of the both first pools with the best runner-of, and a play-off between the worst and the winner of the third pool.


Semi finals happen on 8/10 : NZ Maoris beat Great Britain and New Zealand beat Australia (with unknown scores : if someone know them !!!).
And the final was on 12/10 : New Zealand 58-0 NZ Maoris (It's the most frequently quoted score although that other sources give 54-0).

All RLWC results (men and women) are here, in french : http://les-archives-de-serge.over-blog. ... tches.html


I have all the scores for 2003 - I will try to find them and post them here. For the group stage matches, I agree except GB v Samoa - I have this as 28-12 (not 29-12).

For the 2nd stage - it was not semi-finals and finals.

There were 2 groups for places 1-6 (Top 2 teams in each group) - 3 matches in each group - New Zealand, Australia and Samoa in one group, NZ Maoris, Great Britain and Cook Islands in the other group. There was also a group for 7th-9th place (3 matches - Niue, Tokelau and Tonga).

After this, I think there was a final, 3rd place and 5th place matches.
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Re: Small News

Postby mcruic » Sun, 26 Aug 2018, 19:54

2003 WOMEN'S RUGBY LEAGUE WORLD CUP

GROUP MATCHES (NOTE DATES AND DIFFERENT SAMOA - GREAT BRITAIN SCORE)
28/9 New Zealand 64-0 Cook Islands, 30/9 Cook Islands 30-16 Tokelau, 2/10 New Zealand 76-0 Tokelau
28/9 NZ Maoris 24-28 Australia, 30/9 NZ Maoris 44-0 Niue, 2/10 Australia 58-0 Niue
28/9 Samoa 12-28 Great Britain, 30/9 Tonga 4-44 Samoa, 2/10 Tonga 0-54 Great Britain

1st-6th place groups
4/10 New Zealand 44-4 Australia, 6/10 New Zealand 84-0 Samoa, 8/10 Australia 40-12 Samoa
4/10 NZ Maori 10-8 Great Britain, 6/10 Cook Islands 20-20 Great Britain, 8/10 NZ Maori ?-? Cook Islands

7th-9th place group
4/10 Tokelau 28-4 Tonga, 6/10 Niue 22-14 Tokelau, 8/10 Niue 14-14 Tonga

Semi-Finals
10/10 New Zealand 38-0 Great Britain, NZ Maori 12-4 Australia

Final
12/10 New Zealand 54-0 NZ Maori

Note: 1 result missing - 8/10/03 - NZ Maori v Cook Islands
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Re: Small News

Postby sjbret » Mon, 27 Aug 2018, 13:34

Great job, Mark ! :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

Have you anything about 2000's games ?

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