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Re: 2021 Womens Rugby World Cup

Postby victorsra » Thu, 05 Mar 2020, 02:28

Brazil has 24 players to travel to the historic match against Colombia:


Addalucia Nascimento (Delta)
Amanda Araújo (Desterro)
Ana Paula “Mima” Lascosqui (Delta)
Andressa Alves (Guanabara)
Beatriz “Bea” Amaral (Curitiba)
Beatriz “Baby” Futuro (Niterói)
Camila Izabel Gonçalves (Curitiba)
Dayana Dakar (Niterói)
Eshyllen Coimbra (Guanabara)
Franciele Barros Martins (Melina)
Franciny “Bu” Amaral (Curitiba)
Isadora “Izzy” Cerullo (Niterói)
Isadora Lopes (Melina)
Leila dos Santos Silva (Leoas)
Leticia Medeiros (Jacareí)
Luiza Campos (Charrua)
Mariana Nicolau (São José)]
Milena Mariano (São José)
Rafaela Zanellato (Curitiba)
Raquel Kochhann (Charrua)
Suzana Rodrigues (Niterói)
Tabata “Colors” Coutinho (SPAC)
Thalia “Mulan” Costa (Delta)
Thalita “Tchubata” Costa (Delta)
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Re: 2021 Womens Rugby World Cup

Postby Canalina » Thu, 05 Mar 2020, 04:20

victorsra wrote:Brazil has 24 players to travel to the historic match against Colombia:
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Live stream maybe?
I think that they could have considered this match a "South American Championship 2020" final, being Brazil and Colombia the only two nations of the continent currently playing XV, but it seems that the match will award "just" a place in the next step of the RWCQ path, not also the continental crown

Canalina wrote:A thing that seems a bit illogical is the fact that Russia men and Russia women this saturday will play at the same hour: 12.00 CET.
The men at home in Krasnodar, the women in the Netherlands.
It's quite rare to have a Russia women test match, it doesn't seem the best thing, for the fans and for the same players, to have it in contemporary with the men's game

https://www.rugbyeurope.eu/all-games-20 ... xt_match=1

There was an explanation: men's game was fixed two hours later, but then anticipated due to TV needs

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Re: 2021 Womens Rugby World Cup

Postby victorsra » Fri, 06 Mar 2020, 17:56

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Re: 2021 Womens Rugby World Cup

Postby Canalina » Sat, 07 Mar 2020, 11:45

Netherlands v Russia 0-20 at halftime

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Re: 2021 Womens Rugby World Cup

Postby Armchair Fan » Sat, 07 Mar 2020, 11:45

Huge upset on paper, but adjusted to what was seen on field.

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Re: 2021 Womens Rugby World Cup

Postby Armchair Fan » Sat, 07 Mar 2020, 12:54

Russia wins 21-27.

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Re: 2021 Womens Rugby World Cup

Postby victorsra » Sat, 07 Mar 2020, 14:09

Brasil: 15 Leila Silva, 14 Thalia “Mulan” Costa, 13 Mariana “Mari” Nicolau, 12 Isadora “Izzy” Cerullo, 11 Rafaela “Rafa” Zanellato, 10 Raquel Kochhann, 9 Amanda Araújo, 8 Suzana Santos, 7 Isadora Lopes, 6 Letícia Medeiros, 5 Dayana Dakar, 4 Beatriz “Baby” Futuro, 3 Ana Paula “Mima” Lascosqui, 2 Luiza Campos, 1 Camila Gonçalves (c);

Suplentes: 16 Addalucia Nascimento, 17 Franciele Martins, 18 Franciny “Bu” Amaral, 19 Milena “Mille” Mariano, 20 Eshyllen “Esh” Coimbra, 21 Tabata “Colors” Coutinho, 22 Thalita “Tchubata” Costa, 23 Beatriz “Bêa” Amaral;

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Re: 2021 Womens Rugby World Cup

Postby victorsra » Sat, 07 Mar 2020, 14:26

Colômbia: 15 Leidy Garcia, 14 Leidy Soto, 13 Sharon Acevedo, 12 Isabel Romero, 11 Maria Isabel Arzuaga, 10 Laura Mejía Diosa, 9 Tapias Valentina, 8 Nicole Acevedo (c), 7 Valentina Alvarez, 6 Catalina Arango, 5 Carolina Naranjo, 4 Maribel Maestra, 3 Alejandra Betancur, 2 Camila Cardona, 1 Catalila Suarez;

Suplentes: 16 Maira Martinez, 17 Natalia Barajas, 18 Angela Lozano, 19 Ana Maria González, 20 Katherine Vallejo, 21 Andrea Ramirez, 22 Maria Castrillón, 23 Daniela Alzate;
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Re: 2021 Womens Rugby World Cup

Postby victorsra » Sat, 07 Mar 2020, 18:01

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What's this trophy? Brazil vs Colombia winner will be Sudamerica Rugby's 1st South American champions? Not explained. Trying to find out.
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Re: 2021 Womens Rugby World Cup

Postby Canalina » Sat, 07 Mar 2020, 18:28

It would be fair

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Re: 2021 Womens Rugby World Cup

Postby victorsra » Sat, 07 Mar 2020, 19:32

https://www.facebook.com/watch/live/?v= ... _permalink LIVE

It would be fair
]Confirmed: not a Sudamerica Rugby trophy.
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Re: 2021 Womens Rugby World Cup

Postby Canalina » Sat, 07 Mar 2020, 20:35

Colombia leading 23-19! I don't know how much time left

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Re: 2021 Womens Rugby World Cup

Postby victorsra » Sat, 07 Mar 2020, 20:55

FT - Colombia 23-19 Brazil.

Congrats, Colombia.

And well done, Brazil. For a country without any women's 15s club rugby competitons, they did well.
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Re: 2021 Womens Rugby World Cup

Postby Canalina » Sat, 07 Mar 2020, 21:40

You can see that the caption at the base of the cup says "CAMPEONAS eliminatorias al mundial feminino XV Nueva Zelanda 2021".
So "Champions of the qualifiers". A bit redundant, they could have awarded the South America Champions trophy; I think no one would have had something to protest.
I have seen just few minutes of the game. How is the level of these teams? Has Colombia some chances to win at least a game in the eventual repechage tournament?
Meanwhile nice to see that the brief video of the celebration has already +200 likes on Colombia's facebook
https://www.facebook.com/FecorugbyTucanes/

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Re: 2021 Womens Rugby World Cup

Postby Armchair Fan » Sat, 07 Mar 2020, 21:46

victorsra wrote:And well done, Brazil. For a country without any women's 15s club rugby competitons, they did well.

A bit ridiculous considering that for 2017 WRWC World Rugby barred Samoa with the excuse that they didn't have enough women's rugby at home.

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Re: 2021 Womens Rugby World Cup

Postby johnbirch » Sun, 08 Mar 2020, 12:49

Canalina wrote:You can see that the caption at the base of the cup says "CAMPEONAS eliminatorias al mundial feminino XV Nueva Zelanda 2021".
So "Champions of the qualifiers". A bit redundant, they could have awarded the South America Champions trophy; I think no one would have had something to protest.
I have seen just few minutes of the game. How is the level of these teams? Has Colombia some chances to win at least a game in the eventual repechage tournament?
Meanwhile nice to see that the brief video of the celebration has already +200 likes on Colombia's facebook
https://www.facebook.com/FecorugbyTucanes/

As for the level, there was little to choose between this match and Netherlands v Russia. Colombia beating Kenya would be no surprise. Beyond that? They'd give Samoa a good game perhaps but not sure about Hong Kong/Kaz, or whoever the European team might be.

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Re: 2021 Womens Rugby World Cup

Postby victorsra » Tue, 10 Mar 2020, 20:23

Armchair Fan wrote:
victorsra wrote:And well done, Brazil. For a country without any women's 15s club rugby competitons, they did well.

A bit ridiculous considering that for 2017 WRWC World Rugby barred Samoa with the excuse that they didn't have enough women's rugby at home.


I guess their policy changed as they are more open to expand Women's 15s.

However I know CBRu promised them a national competition last year. This project is dead now.
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Re: 2021 Womens Rugby World Cup

Postby RugbyLiebe » Thu, 12 Mar 2020, 07:51

Armchair Fan wrote:
victorsra wrote:And well done, Brazil. For a country without any women's 15s club rugby competitons, they did well.

A bit ridiculous considering that for 2017 WRWC World Rugby barred Samoa with the excuse that they didn't have enough women's rugby at home.


The difference would be, that Brazil has women's rugby within its own country (although 7s), while Samoa apparently doesn't and would entirely rely on expats.
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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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Re: 2021 Womens Rugby World Cup

Postby Canalina » Thu, 12 Mar 2020, 19:08

Postponed to indefinite dates both the games in Spain and the one in Kenya, previously set to be played in the first part of April

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Re: 2021 Womens Rugby World Cup

Postby johnbirch » Fri, 13 Mar 2020, 23:06

Canalina wrote:Postponed to indefinite dates both the games in Spain and the one in Kenya, previously set to be played in the first part of April

Do you have a source for the Spanish postponements?

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Re: 2021 Womens Rugby World Cup

Postby Canalina » Sat, 14 Mar 2020, 08:21

Not from Rugby Spain, maybe; but Rugby Europe suspended all its competitions until April 15, so

The following matches and tournaments are now postponed:
XV Senior Men and Women International Championships games...


https://www.rugbyeurope.eu/statement-su ... ournaments

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Re: 2021 Womens Rugby World Cup

Postby Canalina » Sun, 15 Mar 2020, 12:41

Manusina Samoa stopped to train, so probably also the April 18 match versus Tonga is going to be postponed.

All suggests that these postponements are going to be wide. And when the time will come, it will be a mess for the organizers to reschedule all and to choice which games are to be played and which ones are better to be abandoned. But of course this is not important, sport is the last ring in the chain of worries in this moment

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Re: 2021 Womens Rugby World Cup

Postby Canalina » Mon, 16 Mar 2020, 20:05

500 days to the World Cup, and 900 days to the World Cup 7s!

(well, to say the truth it's 499 and 899, the rounded numbers were yesterday)
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Let's hope we will be out of this mess in those days

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Re: 2021 Womens Rugby World Cup

Postby Canalina » Tue, 24 Mar 2020, 09:52

Wise question on twitter: the probable postponement of the Olympics will have an effect also on the World Cup dates?
Many top players are part of their national team in both the versions of the game and it would be hard for them to prepare properly two big events so closed in the calendar

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Re: 2021 Womens Rugby World Cup

Postby victorsra » Sat, 28 Mar 2020, 16:53

well, if the women's Olympic tournament is played in late July-Early August, there will be more than a month to prepare to the RWC, as the RWC kickoff will be on September 18th. I don't think it would need to change. They could play a couple of friendlies in Late August-Early September and that's it.
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