Archive for the ‘International’ Category

Euro 7s Day 1 Results:

Juli 10, 2010

Sweden 5:29 England,
Finland 0:47 Spain.,
Germany 7:35 France,
Netherlands 17:12 Portugal,
England 7:17 Italy ,
Spain 21:0 Russia,
Germany 26:0 Sweden,
Netherlands 33:5 Finland,
France 5:5 Italy ,
Portugal 7:7 Russia,
England 55:0 Germany ,
Spain 24:0 Netherlands ,
France 26:12 Sweden,
Portugal 14:7 Finland
Germany 7:19 Italy,
Netherlands 21:5 Russia

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Vorbereitung auf die Siebener-EM in Moskau

Juli 5, 2010

Die „german women´s 7s rugby academy“ sponsort den Vorbereitungsauftakt der 7er Frauenrugbynationalmannschaft für die Europameisterschaft. Damit leistet die academy einen weiteren wichtigen Beitrag für die Entwicklung des deutschen 7er Frauenrugby. Insgesamt 14 Spielerinnen wollen sich für Moskau qualifizieren und trainieren für den Saisonhöhepunkt seit gestern bei der TSG Hausen.

Marina Apfel
Vivian Bahlmann
Lisa Bohrmann
Tilla Dier
Tina Durst
Jana Eisenbeiß
Svetlana Hess
Friederike Kempter
Ute Kohlheim
Lisa Kropp
Jenny Naruhn
Clair Richardson
Daniela Schlott
Rafica Schneider

ENC: „Fixtures of the 2010 European Trophy are known“

November 27, 2009

Fixtures of the European Trophy 2010 edition, women 15 competition, have been made official on Tuesday November 17, 2009. The tournament will gather eight teams together and will take place in France in the Alsace Lorraine region, from 7 until 16 of May 2010.

„The European Trophy is an important tournament for the development of women 15’s rugby within Europe. The European Championship takes place each four years (Note: next edition in 2012) but the FIRA-AER must propose games to emerging unions trough a serious competition and with the help of the big nations.“ Here are the words of Jean-Claude Baqué, Chairman of the FIRA-AER, and which sum up the philosophy of the European Trophy.

After Sweden in 2009, it is France, and more precisely the Regional Committee of Alsace Lorraine who will host the event from 7 until 16 of May, 2010.

Pool’s composition

Pool A
France A
Netherlands
Spain
Belgium

Pool B
Italy
Sweden
Russia
Germany

Fixtures

Saturday May 8, 2010

Pool A
France A – Belgium
Netherlands – Spain

Pool B
Italy – Germany
Sweden – Russia

Monday May 10, 2010

Pool A
France A – Spain
Netherlands – Belgium

Pool B
Italy – Russia
Sweden – Germany

Wednesday May 12, 2010

Pool A
France A – Netherlands
Spain – Belgium

Pool B
Italy – Sweden
Russia – Germany

Saturday May 15, 2010

Final
1st Pool A – 1st Pool B

Match for the 3rd place
2nd Pool A – 2nd Pool B

Match for the 5th place
3rd Pool A – 3rd Pool B

Match for the 7th place
4th Pool A – 4th Pool B

Each half of matches will last 35 minutes playing times.

via http://www.fira-aer-rugby.com

Hm, kommt mir irgendwie bekannt vor:

August 12, 2009

„[…]probably it’s that building a VII team is much more easy than building a XV team. Outside the great rugby nations to find 20 rugby girls living in the same city is really difficult. Also here in Italy there are now just 7 XV teams, while the VII teams are (I suppose) 30 or 40. Sevens has probably made larger the world popoulation of female players but has probably made smaller the popoulation of XV female players.“
(aus dem fira-aer-forum)

Nations Cup Video

August 11, 2009

Zur Abwechslung mal was erfreuliches.

http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/1962735