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Re: Small News

Postby mcruic » Mon, 27 Aug 2018, 17:55

sjbret wrote:Great job, Mark ! :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

Have you anything about 2000's games ?


I don't know. In general, I have results in most sports going back to 1st January 2000, so it is possible I might have something. I'll take a look this evening and report back here!

For 2003, the missing match (NZ Maori v Cook Islands) was not reported in the results report for that day in the NZ newspaper that I managed to find, but the other 2 matches on that day were. It seems almost certain that NZ Maori won the match.
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Re: Small News

Postby mcruic » Mon, 27 Aug 2018, 18:36

This is what I have from 2000: Matches in order from oldest to newest.

Great Britain/Ireland 12-22 New Zealand
New Zealand 10-6 Australia
Great Britain/Ireland 14-10 Australia
New Zealand 50-6 Australia
Great Britain/Ireland 4-0 Australia
Great Britain/Ireland 4-26 New Zealand
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Re: Small News

Postby Thomas » Mon, 27 Aug 2018, 19:17

I am seriously surprised I cannot find any record of it even in the Rugby League Forums. Aside from the obscure website, as if it never occurred.

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Re: Small News

Postby sjbret » Tue, 28 Aug 2018, 07:32

Perfect. I had some schedule dates (all in november 2000) and locations, but no score except the last on Wikipedia.

Great Britain/Ireland 12-22 New Zealand (in Hull or Wakefield, on 7th)
New Zealand 10-6 Australia (in Hunslet, on 10th)
Great Britain/Ireland 14-10 Australia (in Rochdale , on 14th)
New Zealand 50-6 Australia (in Dewsbury, on 17th)
Great Britain/Ireland 4-0 Australia (in Castleford, on 20th, even if 21st could make sense)
Great Britain/Ireland 4-26 New Zealand (in Warrington or Orrell, on 24th)

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Re: Small News

Postby Canalina » Tue, 28 Aug 2018, 21:39

Just to remark that australian star Caslick (freshly retired, if I'm not wrong) is in Laos to spread rugby between local girls and boys
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Re: Small News

Postby NedRugby » Wed, 29 Aug 2018, 23:21

Canalina wrote:Just to remark that australian star Caslick (freshly retired, if I'm not wrong) is in Laos to spread rugby between local girls and boys

Do you have a link about her retirement? I think she is still going. There was a rumour linking her with a move to rugby league but I think she decided against.

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Re: Small News

Postby Canalina » Thu, 30 Aug 2018, 04:37

Probably I was just wrong. I checked now on google and there are no mentions at all about her retirement.
Maybe the fact itself that she was in Laos suggested me (mistakenly) that she had no more agonistic commitments

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Re: Small News

Postby victorsra » Wed, 05 Sep 2018, 16:28

Brazilian Rugby News: www.portaldorugby.com.br

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Re: Small News

Postby Canalina » Sun, 23 Sep 2018, 20:58

Being an estimator of the 2000 Hong Kong movie "In the mood for love" I made this sort of homage, just for fun

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Re: Small News

Postby Canalina » Sun, 07 Oct 2018, 14:05

"For the first time the Euro Veterans Festival will be open to women players"

The next edition of this biennial event will be in autumn 2019 in Belluno, north-eastern Italy

https://www.facebook.com/evrabelluno2019/

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Re: Small News

Postby Canalina » Fri, 12 Oct 2018, 10:51

Off topic, not rugby, but someone says that rugby is a chess game in action. And in these two sports there's more or less the same number of "pieces": 15 in rugby, 16 in chess.
So, it's nice to see a 17 years old ugandan girl winning a chess World Title.
Her name is Gloria Nansubuga and she conquered the title in the past days in Batumi, Georgia
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I like chess, but I'm quite a disaster as a player :evil:

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Re: Small News

Postby Canalina » Sat, 13 Oct 2018, 05:03

A nice promo image by a czech club, like a superhero comics cover. Kobylky must mean "grasshopper", I suppose

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Re: Small News

Postby ugrugbychiclet » Tue, 16 Oct 2018, 20:38

Canalina wrote: I like chess, but I'm quite a disaster as a player :evil:


My little sister likes chess and plays quite well but I'm a huge disaster as a player :D

I am very happy for Gloria - that is a major feat. 8-)

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Re: Small News

Postby Canalina » Wed, 17 Oct 2018, 13:08

On our italian forum we tried a parallel between chess line-up and rugby line-up

Pawns=Forwards. They are on the forward line, they are eight, they (almost) just know to go straight, they sacrifice themselves for the fellows on the back which at the end take all the glory : )

Queen=Flyhalf. As a queen, a flyhalf must have all the skills: kicking, passing, tackling, strategic view. An quite often the flayhalf feel himself a Queen of the game...

King=Scrumhalf. Because he is little, nimble (may go in every direction), on the side of the flyhalf/queen, in the middle of the game; and he has to be specially protected by the fellows

Towers=Centers. They are speedy, they are strong, they go straight.

Knights=Wingers. They are speedy and unpredictable, with their particular run angle.

Horses= ? . We weren't able to match horses with a rugby role. Someone said locks, someone said flankers

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Re: Small News

Postby Thomas » Wed, 17 Oct 2018, 15:15

Knights are the horses I would make them 8

Bishops - Full backs or Wings?? is that what you mean by knights?

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Re: Small News

Postby Canalina » Wed, 17 Oct 2018, 15:53

Yes sorry, with knights I meant bishops. We have a different way to name some pieces

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Re: Small News

Postby Ser Podrick of Payne » Fri, 26 Oct 2018, 13:59

Was looking for something else but found this from a few months ago, very interesting...


Meet Irtiqa Ayoub, the 23-year-old Kashmiri rugby player who is levelling the playing field

An English sport is empowering girls in the Kashmir Valley to chase their love for sports. No, it’s not cricket, but rugby.

Until a few years ago, this Kashmiri girl didn’t know a thing about rugby and had never even seen a rugby ball. But today, she claims she is the youngest Rugby Development Officer (RDO) in Jammu and Kashmir, has coached hundreds of school and college kids, and has dreams of playing for India one day.

Article at https://yourstory.com/2018/06/meet-irti ... ing-field/

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