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Re: Womens 7's rugby - general news

Postby Ser Podrick of Payne » Sat, 20 May 2017, 10:34

A few national teams involved in the Stanislas 7s in Nancy this weekend.

Pool A
Ile de France
Hungary
Georgia
Tunisia

Pool B
Sweden
Tuks Ladies
France Militaire
Nancy Seichamps

Pool C
Jesters Women
Norway
Denmark

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Re: Womens 7's rugby - general news

Postby NedRugby » Fri, 26 May 2017, 17:23

A few national teams in the Amsterdam 7s this weekend, although it is not always possible to tell if it is the national team or a development team:

China Shandong Women
Czech Republic
Malta Barbarians
Norwegian Vikingettes
Poland
Raivottaret (Finland Rugby)
Sweden
Switzerland
Wales

https://a7.amsterdamsevens.com/teams/

The Netherlands team is the non-core team invited to the World Series leg in Canada this weekend, but there are no less than three development teams playing in Amsterdam:

Tulips (younger U18 players / newer players)
Dukkies (U18)
Windmills - there are a few familiar faces here. Inge Visser, Elke van Meer, Marsha Völker, Linda Franssen (I thought she'd retired). And a Scotland-based player going by the name of Lauren Haggis - is this a real name?

http://www.rugby.nl/blog/teamselecties- ... dam-sevens

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Re: Womens 7's rugby - general news

Postby Ser Podrick of Payne » Fri, 26 May 2017, 18:24

NedRugby wrote:And a Scotland-based player going by the name of Lauren Haggis - is this a real name?


Yes Haggis is a real surname and no it has nothing to do with the foodstuff!

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Re: Womens 7's rugby - general news

Postby grande » Fri, 26 May 2017, 20:31

Canada's roster

Britt Benn – Guelph Redcoats (Napanee, ON)
Caroline Crossley – Castaway Wanderers (Victoria, BC)
Hannah Darling – Peterborough Pagans (Warsaw, ON)
Bianca Farella – Town of Mont Royal (Montreal, QC)
Julia Greenshields – Sarnia Saints (Sarnia, ON)
Jen Kish – Edmonton Rockers (Edmonton, AB)
Ghislaine Landry (captain) – Toronto Scottish (Toronto, ON)
Megan Lukan – Unattached (Barrie, ON)
Breanne Nicholas – London St. Georges (Blenheim, ON)
Ashley Steacy – Lethbridge Rugby Club (Lethbridge, AB)
Natasha Watcham-Roy – Hull Volant (Gatineau, QC)
Charity Williams – Markham Irish (Toronto, ON)

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Re: Womens 7's rugby - general news

Postby NedRugby » Sat, 27 May 2017, 18:22

I'd be impressed if that line-up was here in Amsterdam. I think you want the other thread, the World Series thread: viewtopic.php?f=6&t=1072&start=75

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Re: Womens 7's rugby - general news

Postby mcruic » Sun, 11 Jun 2017, 10:39

Rugby Europe Trophy in Ostrava:

Ukraine and Finland dropped down from top division last year. Malta and Latvia up from the Conference.

Semis are:
Scotland v Ukraine, Romania v Germany

5th-8th
Czech Republic v Finland, Hungary v Switzerland

9th Place
Moldova v Latvia

11th Place
Israel v Malta

EDIT: Scotland beat Germany 46-0 in the final.
Results, fixtures and (soon, I hope, dammit) rankings for 64 team sports @ http://theroonba.com

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Re: Womens 7's rugby - general news

Postby Canalina » Tue, 13 Jun 2017, 08:17

According to FFR, the Euro 7s U18 will be in Vichy in 16-17 september

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Re: Womens 7's rugby - general news

Postby Canalina » Fri, 16 Jun 2017, 08:10

May you remember me how the Euro 7s will work? Same targets of the men's competition? Id est: is it qualifying too for the World Cup and the world circuit?

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Re: Womens 7's rugby - general news

Postby johnbirch » Fri, 16 Jun 2017, 18:47

Canalina wrote:May you remember me how the Euro 7s will work? Same targets of the men's competition? Id est: is it qualifying too for the World Cup and the world circuit?

More or less, yes. Top two teams not already qualified will go to 7s World Cup. Spain, Russia and France (or England) have qualified. So England (or France) and Ireland would be favourites to fill these places.

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Re: Womens 7's rugby - general news

Postby Canalina » Fri, 16 Jun 2017, 20:31

Thanks John

Tomorrow http://www.therugbychannel.it will show live the final matches of the Roma 7s, starting at 19.00 (CET) with women's semifinals.
Just five teams competing, it seems
Men: Paraguay 7, Catalunya 7, Switzers Geneve 7, Midi-Olimpique Froggies Raf Spitfires, Artech BMSI 7, Olymp Kazakistan, Clandestions, Germany 7, 7 Sins, Seven Kings of Rome, Club Italia Seven, Italia 7s, China 7 Shandong, Namau Pacific Islands
Ladies: Catalunya (Spa), Tuks (Saf), PhoenixX (Jap), Italy, Shandong (Chn)

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Re: Womens 7's rugby - general news

Postby Canalina » Sun, 18 Jun 2017, 08:30

Roma 7s final ranking: 1 Shandong, 2 Tuks, 3 Italy A, 4 Catalunya, 5 Tokyo Phoenix

Italy defeated Catalunya 29-0 in the third place final, showing two or three good players
Shandong defeated Tuks 24-14 or 26-14, showing some good athletes and a rugby of quite high level; I don't know it they really all come from Shandong, if it was instead a sort of national team or if -simply- the national team is mostly composed by Shandong girls

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Re: Womens 7's rugby - general news

Postby ugrugbychiclet » Sun, 18 Jun 2017, 13:04

Canalina wrote:Roma 7s final ranking: 1 Shandong, 2 Tuks, 3 Italy A, 4 Catalunya, 5 Tokyo Phoenix

Italy defeated Catalunya 29-0 in the third place final, showing two or three good players
Shandong defeated Tuks 24-14 or 26-14, showing some good athletes and a rugby of quite high level; I don't know it they really all come from Shandong, if it was instead a sort of national team or if -simply- the national team is mostly composed by Shandong girls


I don't understand how Roma 7s attracts so few women's teams yet Rome is easily accessible for European teams. Is it poor organisation?

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Re: Womens 7's rugby - general news

Postby Tuksrugby » Sun, 18 Jun 2017, 20:38

ugrugbychiclet wrote:
Canalina wrote:Roma 7s final ranking: 1 Shandong, 2 Tuks, 3 Italy A, 4 Catalunya, 5 Tokyo Phoenix

Italy defeated Catalunya 29-0 in the third place final, showing two or three good players
Shandong defeated Tuks 24-14 or 26-14, showing some good athletes and a rugby of quite high level; I don't know it they really all come from Shandong, if it was instead a sort of national team or if -simply- the national team is mostly composed by Shandong girls


I don't understand how Roma 7s attracts so few women's teams yet Rome is easily accessible for European teams. Is it poor organisation?


VERY Poor planning as it coincides with the same weekend the European Grand Prix series is played. That means that most of the Grand Prix teams are not available and the "Trophy" teams are probably taking a break before their next round of matches.

But then, they also don't seem to be that great with math in Italy. The actual score in the final was 19 - 14 to China Shandong, while the referee score card was 17 - 14. The score on the video feed (streaming) was incorrect apparently... Got the info from the captain of Tuks.

The Italy team was a B team. The China Shandong team I believe is like the highlighted part suggests. Most of the Chinese national team is from Shandong province. An amazing team that won the Amsterdam sevens, scoring 347 points and conceding only 29.

Obviously, with my username and with being a part of the Tuks team, I am quite proud of our accomplishments this year. Being only a club team with a total of about 30 players, we are making a few waves. A direct result of a sponsorship (minimal, but very useful) that helps us to focus more on the game and development. It is in fact proof that if more sponsors get involved, the quality of play will improve worldwide.

I am only mentioning this specifically for you (ugrugbychiclet), because of you can help to convince sponsors to invest in Uganda rugby, they can return to be the force they once were.... Thinking of the 2009 WC, where they performed quite well!

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Re: Womens 7's rugby - general news

Postby NedRugby » Mon, 19 Jun 2017, 15:25

Yes, I got to see Shandong in Amsterdam and was very impressed. Unfortunately I couldn't go on the finals day, but it was already obvious to me that they and Wales were the best in the competition. Sweden and Poland also, but to a lesser extent.

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Re: Womens 7's rugby - general news

Postby ugrugbychiclet » Wed, 21 Jun 2017, 18:45

Tuksrugby wrote:
ugrugbychiclet wrote:
Canalina wrote:Roma 7s final ranking: 1 Shandong, 2 Tuks, 3 Italy A, 4 Catalunya, 5 Tokyo Phoenix

Italy defeated Catalunya 29-0 in the third place final, showing two or three good players
Shandong defeated Tuks 24-14 or 26-14, showing some good athletes and a rugby of quite high level; I don't know it they really all come from Shandong, if it was instead a sort of national team or if -simply- the national team is mostly composed by Shandong girls


I don't understand how Roma 7s attracts so few women's teams yet Rome is easily accessible for European teams. Is it poor organisation?


VERY

Obviously, with my username and with being a part of the Tuks team, I am quite proud of our accomplishments this year. Being only a club team with a total of about 30 players, we are making a few waves. A direct result of a sponsorship (minimal, but very useful) that helps us to focus more on the game and development. It is in fact proof that if more sponsors get involved, the quality of play will improve worldwide.

I am only mentioning this specifically for you (ugrugbychiclet), because of you can help to convince sponsors to invest in Uganda rugby, they can return to be the force they once were.... Thinking of the 2009 WC, where they performed quite well!


Securing sponsorship for minority sports and women's teams is a herculean task in Uganda :(

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