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Re: 2021 Womens Rugby World Cup

Postby Canalina » Wed, 31 Jul 2019, 07:37

China has a good game: good passes, speed, good support and protection of the ball... I think they would deserve a place in the top 20 of the rankings. Anyway the score is still 0-0 after five minutes

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Re: 2021 Womens Rugby World Cup

Postby Canalina » Wed, 31 Jul 2019, 08:22

China 3 Kazakhstan 5 at the end of first half

I think the kazakhs could escape in the score in the second half, they are more physically strong and the chinese players seem already very tired

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Re: 2021 Womens Rugby World Cup

Postby Canalina » Wed, 31 Jul 2019, 09:28

China 13 Kazakhstan 8, full time

The score was a draw until the penultimate minute, when China scored a try on the left wing.
Many injury stops, a great tiredness for all the girls. You could think that 40'+40' is too much for women T2/T3 level

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Re: 2021 Womens Rugby World Cup

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Re: 2021 Womens Rugby World Cup

Postby Thomas » Wed, 31 Jul 2019, 10:01

Canalina,

In the end World Rugby showed it live on their stream. why couldn't they announce the match???

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Re: 2021 Womens Rugby World Cup

Postby Canalina » Wed, 31 Jul 2019, 10:51

Maybe they weren't aware of it, the match is still not present in their list of fixtures/results. They were just surfing the web when they saw the game: "oh, look, someone is playing a World Cup qualifier. Let's share it!" :)

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Re: 2021 Womens Rugby World Cup

Postby sjbret » Wed, 31 Jul 2019, 12:37

Canalina wrote:Many injury stops, a great tiredness for all the girls. You could think that 40'+40' is too much for women T2/T3 level
I don't think so. Yes, many injury stops and a great tiredness but where were the coaches to use the benches ?
3 changes only for China : 10-21 (c.39'), 8-19 (c.62') and 13-22 (c.76')
2 changes only for Kazakhstan : 2-17 (c.50') and 14-20 (c.55'), but 3-2 too (c.73')

Did anyone see anything between 18' and 33', with the first half whole score (1P vs 1T for 3-5) ?
Second half : c.43' T 21 (8-5), c.62' P 15 (8-8), c.79' T 11 (13-8)

Two yellow cards against Kazakhstan : 12 (c.54'), 10 (c.69')
Referee : Mrs Takahashi (Japan)

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Re: 2021 Womens Rugby World Cup

Postby Canalina » Wed, 31 Jul 2019, 16:25

I've seen also a yellow card for China; to say better, I haven't seen the yellow card but when I opened the stream (I don't remember the minute) there was, over the name of China, the yellow countdown with the minutes left to the end of the sin bin.

Now the result is also on www.worldrugby.org homepage, even if without details. There's also game two fixture

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Re: 2021 Womens Rugby World Cup

Postby sjbret » Wed, 31 Jul 2019, 18:31

It was just the first yellow card of Kazakhstan... over China's name.

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Re: 2021 Womens Rugby World Cup

Postby Canalina » Thu, 01 Aug 2019, 06:31

China should gain 2 points in the ranking and Kazakhstan lose the same amount, but no one of them will gain or lose positions; there are some big gaps in women's ranking, so it may occur that you drop two points without losing positions.
Even winning again this saturday, China would remain 24th

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Re: 2021 Womens Rugby World Cup

Postby Ser Podrick of Payne » Sat, 03 Aug 2019, 08:06

Live stream https://www.facebook.com/asia.rugby/vid ... 761117112/

Kazakhstan leading 7 - 0

Ended with a 15 - 0 win to Kazakhstan, and a win on aggregate 23 - 13.

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Re: 2021 Womens Rugby World Cup

Postby victorsra » Sat, 03 Aug 2019, 19:26

Let's trying to summarize the 2021 WRWC Qualy:

- 7 teams from 2017 WRWC: New Zealand, England, France, USA, Canada, Australia and Wales;
- 1 team from Africa - 2019 Rugby Africa Womens Cup: South Africa, Kenya, Uganda and Madagascar
- 1 team from Europe - 2020 Qualy tournament: Ireland, Italy, Scotland and the 2020 Rugby Europe Women's Championship (Spain, Germany, Netherlands or Russia);
- 1 team from Asia - 2020 Asia Rugby Womens Championship: Japan, Hong Kong and Kazakhstan;
- 1 team from Oceania - 2020 Oceania Rugby Women's Championship: Fiji, Samoa, Papua New Guinea and Tonga (TBC);
- 1 team from 2020 World Repechage tournament, with 4 teams: 1 from Europe, 1 from Asia, 1 from Oceania and the winner of a Qualy between Africa 2019 runners up and the 2020 South American Championship (Brazil, Colombia or Argentina TBC) champions;

- 4 teams already played their chances and are eliminated: China, India, Phillipines, Singapore;

This means, we (probably) have 32 countries contesting the 12 spots (including the 2017 WRWC top 7 teams). Is this a WRWC ever record?

Also, first Qualy attempt from 7 nations: China, India, Madagascar, Brazil, Colombia, Argentina (TBC) and Tonga (TBC).

Countries that played the WRWC but are absent now: Sweden;

Countries that played the WRWC Qualy but are absent now: Belgium, Finland, Czechia, Switzerland, Thailand and Laos

Countries that played the Men's RWC but never attempted to play the WRWC are: Uruguay, Romania, Georgia, Portugal, Namibia, Zimbabwe and Ivory Coast (if Argentina and Tonga are confirmed in the 2021 Qualy).

Am I right?
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Re: 2021 Womens Rugby World Cup

Postby Armchair Fan » Sat, 03 Aug 2019, 19:49

It's Russia in the 2020 REWC, not Czechia. No promotion or relegation.

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Re: 2021 Womens Rugby World Cup

Postby victorsra » Sat, 03 Aug 2019, 19:55

Oh, thanks. Changing the maths...

Is it right now?
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Re: 2021 Womens Rugby World Cup

Postby Thomas » Sat, 03 Aug 2019, 20:10

Had to read it twice but sounds about right.

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Re: 2021 Womens Rugby World Cup

Postby victorsra » Sat, 03 Aug 2019, 20:42

Pretty impressive improvement. It looks WR is doing now (finally) a good job with Women's 15s.
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Re: 2021 Womens Rugby World Cup

Postby sjbret » Sun, 04 Aug 2019, 08:32

victorsra wrote:Also, first Qualy attempt from 7 nations: China, India, Madagascar, Brazil, Colombia, Argentina (TBC) and Tonga (TBC).
Countries that played the WRWC but are absent now: Sweden;
Countries that played the WRWC Qualy but are absent now: Belgium, Finland, Czechia, Switzerland, Thailand and Laos

I disagree for China.
Qualifying process for 2014 WRWC was announced by IRB on January 2012.
In Asia, the qualified team Kazakhstan was the winner of ARFU (Asian) 2013 Division 1 in September 2013 with the 3 first teams of 2012 Division 1 (Kazakhstan, Japan & Hong Kong) and the winner of 2012 Division 2 (Singapore, before Thailand, Philippines & Laos who replaced Uzbekistan, forfeit).
So Laos took part (in June 2012) but China too, who was the 4th team of 2012 Division 1 (in July 2012 at Kunshan in China).
China lose in semi-final (0-51 Vs Kazakhstan*) and in 3rd place final (3-27 Vs Hong Kong).
At least loosehead prop Zhou Xinyue, who played in 2019, was already present in 2012.

* Times are changing (13-8 & 0-15 this year)

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Re: 2021 Womens Rugby World Cup

Postby Thomas » Sun, 04 Aug 2019, 08:57

The only doubt for me in the whole qualifying process is Argentina, I don't see any XV Programs on the ground so I again I don't see this happening. will be between Colombia and Brazil.

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Re: 2021 Womens Rugby World Cup

Postby victorsra » Sun, 04 Aug 2019, 21:17

UPDATED:

- 7 teams from 2017 WRWC: New Zealand, England, France, USA, Canada, Australia and Wales;
- 1 team from Africa - 2019 Rugby Africa Womens Cup: South Africa, Kenya, Uganda and Madagascar
- 1 team from Europe - 2020 Qualy tournament: Ireland, Italy, Scotland and the 2020 Rugby Europe Women's Championship (Spain, Germany, Netherlands or Russia);
- 1 team from Asia - 2020 Asia Rugby Womens Championship: Japan, Hong Kong and Kazakhstan;
- 1 team from Oceania - 2020 Oceania Rugby Women's Championship: Fiji, Samoa, Papua New Guinea and Tonga (TBC);
- 1 team from 2020 World Repechage tournament, with 4 teams: 1 from Europe, 1 from Asia, 1 from Oceania and the winner of a Qualy between Africa 2019 runners up and the 2020 South American Championship (Brazil, Colombia or Argentina TBC) champions;

- 4 teams already played their chances and are eliminated: China, India, Phillipines, Singapore;

This means, we (probably) have 32 countries contesting the 12 spots (including the 2017 WRWC top 7 teams). Is this a WRWC ever record?

Also, first Qualy attempt from 6 nations: India, Madagascar, Brazil, Colombia, Argentina (TBC) and Tonga (TBC).

Countries that played the WRWC before but are absent now: Sweden;

Countries that played the WRWC Qualy before but are absent now: Belgium, Finland, Czechia, Switzerland, Thailand and Laos

Countries that played the Men's RWC but never attempted to play the WRWC are: Uruguay, Romania, Georgia, Portugal, Namibia, Zimbabwe and Ivory Coast (if Argentina and Tonga are confirmed in the 2021 Qualy).
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Re: 2021 Womens Rugby World Cup

Postby johnbirch » Mon, 05 Aug 2019, 18:26

victorsra wrote:UPDATED:
- 1 team from Asia - 2020 Asia Rugby Womens Championship: Japan, Hong Kong and Kazakhstan;
Asia Rugby tell me that they are reviewing the 2020 Championship and may yet expand it to four teams, so China may get another chance.

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Re: 2021 Womens Rugby World Cup

Postby ugrugbychiclet » Tue, 06 Aug 2019, 12:26

Madagascar 15s squad for 2019 RA Cup – World Cup qualifier

1. Voahangy Lalaina Hanitramalala (JSM)
2. Nanou Loula Razafializay (SCB)
3. Josiane Patricia Soloniaina (JSM)
4. Nomenjanahary Sarindra Sahondramalala (3FB)
5. Monica Rasoloniaina (FTVL)
6. Delphine Sarindra Raharimalala (FTM)
7. Sariaka Nomenjanahary (SCB)
8. Laurence Rasoanandrasana (SCB)
9. Vonjimalala Ranorovololona (3FB)
10. Voahirana Marie Sophie Razafiarisoa (3FB)
11. Tiana Jinah Razanamahefa (SCB)
12. Nantenaina Patricia Ravololonirina (SCB)
13. Farasoa Tantely Razafimahefa (3FB)
14. Claudia Maminiaina Rasoarimalala (FTM)
15. Fabrina Holiniaina (captain - FTM)
16. Hajalalaina Marie Josiane Razafindrafara (JSM)
17. Tikasoa Raholinirina (JSM)
18. Veronique Eluriche Rasoanekena (RCTS)
19. Tsiriniaina Bodonirina Ravololoharijaona (3FB)
20. Andoniaina Randrianarijaona (SCB)
21. Herizo Lydia Rasoarimanana (SCB)
22. Joela Mirasoa Fenohasina (assistant captain - FTM)
23. Marie Christine Bodonandrianina (FTFA)
24. Fenitriniaina Hanta Razafindramanga (FTM)
25. Ginah Christine Fihononana Raharimalala (FTM)

Head Coach – Lanto Nirina Ravoavahy
Assistant Coach – Dina Orleans Razafindratsara Manandraibe
Team Manager – Victor Lie Andriavelomanana
Team Doctor - Voahanginirina Vololoniaina Rasolomanoa

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Re: 2021 Womens Rugby World Cup

Postby ugrugbychiclet » Tue, 06 Aug 2019, 12:27

Uganda Lady Cranes squad for the 15s World Cup qualifier

1. Faith Namugga (Entebbe Lady Swans) ¤
2. Yvonne Najjuma (Thunderbirds) ¤
3. Evelyn Aweku (Thunderbirds) ¤
4. Charity Atimango (Thunderbirds) ¥¤
5. Winnie Atyang (Thunderbirds - captain) ¥¤
6. Hellen Gizamba (Thunderbirds) ¥¤
7. Mary Gloria Ayot (Black Pearls) ¥¤
8. Beatrice Lamunu Atim (Entebbe Lady Swans) ¥¤
9. Juliet Nandawula (Entebbe Lady Swans) ¥¤
10. Claire Anena (Thunderbirds) ¥¤
11. Harriet Kayonjo (Thunderbirds) ¥¤
12. Peace Lekuru (Entebbe Lady Swans - assistant captain) ¥¤
13. Asha Nakityo Nabulime (Thunderbirds) ¥¤
14. Emmanuela Oroma (Black Pearls) ¥¤
15. Samiya Ayikoru (Thunderbirds) ¥¤
16. Peace Mirembe (Black Pearls) ¥¤
17. Christine Nakamya (Entebbe Lady Swans) ¥
18. Irene Nzige (Thunderbirds) ¥¤
19. Christine Nakayiza (Thunderbirds) ¤
20. Loy Mbabazi (Thunderbirds) ¤
21. Teddy Iwutung (Thunderbirds) ¤
22. Esther Tino (Mbale Eagles) ¤
23.Joan Andika Mukoya (Thunderbirds) ¥¤
24. Odoyi Mary Kyoita (Thunderbirds) ¥¤
25. Agnes Nakuya (Thunderbirds) ¤
26. Rosenberg Kanyunyuzi (Thunderbirds) ¥¤

* - uncapped for both 7s and 15s
¥ - capped for 7s
¤ - capped for 15s

Head Coach: Edgar Lemerigar
Team manager: Racheal Babirye Kakaire
Physiotherapist: Nelson Mayeku

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Re: 2021 Womens Rugby World Cup

Postby ugrugbychiclet » Tue, 06 Aug 2019, 12:29

Kenya Lionesses squad for the 15s World Cup qualifier

PROPS
1. Juliet Nyambura (Northern Suburbs) ¤
2. Imogen Hooper (Northern Suburbs - assistant captain) ¤
3. Everlyne Kalimera (Stanbic Mwamba) ¤
4. Mercy Migongo (Menengai Cream Homeboyz) ¤
HOOKERS
5. Knight Otuoma (Kisumu RFC) ¤
6. Staycy Atieno (Stanbic Mwamba) ¤
7. Victoria Gichure (Northern Suburbs) ¤
LOCKS
8. Millicent Opala (Menengai Cream Homeboyz) ¤¥
9. Bernedatte Oleisia (Shamas Rugby Foundation) ¤
10. Enid Ouma (Menengai Cream Homeboyz) ¤
BACK ROWS
11. Emmaculate Owiro (Menengai Cream Homeboyz) ¤
12. Mitchelle Akinyi (Impala Ladies) ¤
13. Leah Wambui (Menengai Cream Homeboyz) ¤
14. Janet Owino (Menengai Cream Homeboyz - assistant captain) ¤¥
15. Naomi Amuguni (Stanbic Mwamba) *
HALFBACKS
16. Irene Atieno (Menengai Cream Homeboyz) ¤¥
17. Veronicah Wanjiku (Top Fry Nakuru) ¤
18. Vivian Akumu (Top Fry Nakuru) *
19. Grace Adhiambo (Top Fry Nakuru) ¤¥
CENTRES
20. Philadelphia Orlando (Northern Suburbs - captain) ¤¥
21. Celestine Masinde (Stanbic Mwamba) ¤¥
22. Sheila Chajira (Menengai Cream Homeboyz) ¤¥
BACK THREE
23. Diana Awino (Impala Ladies) ¤¥
24. Stella Wafula (Impala Ladies) ¤¥
25. Christabel Lindo (Impala Ladies) ¤¥
26. Janet Okelo (Stanbic Mwamba) ¤¥

* - uncapped for both 7s and 15s
¥ - capped for 7s
¤ - capped for 15s

Head Coach - Felix Oloo
Strength and Conditioning Coach - Sam Njogu
Team Manager - Camilyne Oyuayo
Physiotherapist - Anthony Maina

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Re: 2021 Womens Rugby World Cup

Postby ugrugbychiclet » Tue, 06 Aug 2019, 12:42

Springbok Women’s squad for the 15s World Cup qualifier

Alida Bernice Strydom (lock) - Boland
Celeste Adonis (lock) - Boland
Onaka Jita (prop) - Boland
Aphiwe Ngwevu (centre), Border
Lusanda Dumke (flanker) - Border
Snenhlanhla Shozi (fullback) - Border
Yonela Ngxingolo (prop) - Border
Aseza Hele (flanker) - Eastern Province
Sibabalwa Klaas (scrumhalf) - Eastern Province
Ayanda Malinga (winger) - Golden Lions
Maxine Engelbrecht (prop) - Griquas
Lindelwa Gwala (hooker) - KZN
Karthy Dludla (lock) - KZN
Sizophila Solontsi (flanker) - KZN
Tayla Kinsey (scrumhalf) - KZN
Zinhle Ndawonde (assistant captain; centre) – KZN
Annique Geswind (hooker) - Western Province
Babalwa Latsha (captain; prop) - Western Province
Nomsa Mokwai (flanker) - Western Province
Sinazo Mcatshulwa (flanker) - Western Province
Vuyolwethu Maqholo (utility back) - Western Province
Eloise Webb (fullback) - SA Rugby contracted
Rights Mkhari (utility forward) - SA Rugby contracted
Mathrin Simmers (utility back) - SA Rugby contracted
Zenay Jordaan (flyhalf) - SA Rugby contracted
Zintle Mpupha (flyhalf) - SA Rugby contracted

Head coach - Stanley Raubenheimer

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Re: 2021 Womens Rugby World Cup

Postby Canalina » Wed, 07 Aug 2019, 17:24

Some chance of live stream? Maybe south african federation facebook/youtube?

EDIT: I answer to myself... it will be live on Rugby Afrique and Rugby Afrique Women facebook pages

...or here https://livestream.com/baruchmedia/WomensRugby

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