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PostPosted: Mon Dec 07, 2015 11:53 pm 
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Gutted, Gaston Revol has broken his jaw in two places in the game against England. Any word on who will be called up in his place?


Nicolás Bruzzone :nod:

http://www.espn.com.ar/rugby/nota/_/id/2546220/seven-los-pumas-7s-ya-estan-en-ciudad-del-cabo


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PostPosted: Tue Dec 08, 2015 12:00 am 
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Carfer wrote:
frillage wrote:
Gutted, Gaston Revol has broken his jaw in two places in the game against England. Any word on who will be called up in his place?


Nicolás Bruzzone :nod:

http://www.espn.com.ar/rugby/nota/_/id/2546220/seven-los-pumas-7s-ya-estan-en-ciudad-del-cabo


His experience will be useful without Revol, even if he has lost a yard of pace.
Fer Luna is not in that photo, any word on an injury or just miss the photo?


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PostPosted: Tue Dec 08, 2015 4:03 pm 
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The Buenos Aires Sports Journalist's Association has selected the nominees for "player of the year" in each sport, as they do every December.

The nominees for Rugby are:
Nicolás Sanchez
Agustín Creevy
Juan Imhoff

The winner will also contest for the "sportsperson of the year" trophy, that has been won by a rugby player only three times since it was first awarded in 1954:

1965 - Bernardo Otaño (captain of the national team who toured South Africa, earning the nickname "Pumas" in the process).
1985 - Hugo Porta.
1999 - Gonzalo Quesada.


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2016 June test matches:

4 June: vs Italy
11 June: vs Romania
18 June: vs France
25 June: vs France

2016 Rugby Championship:

20 August: at South Africa (Nelspruit)
27 August: vs South Africa (Salta)
10 September: at New Zealand (Hamilton)
17 September: at Australia (Perth)
1 October: vs New Zealand
8 October: vs Australia

2016 November test matches:

12 November: at Wales
19 November: at Scotland
26 November: at England


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PostPosted: Fri Dec 11, 2015 3:39 am 
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NaBUru38 wrote:
2016 June test matches:

4 June: vs Italy
11 June: vs Romania
18 June: vs France
25 June: vs France

2016 Rugby Championship:

20 August: at South Africa (Nelspruit)
27 August: vs South Africa (Salta)
10 September: at New Zealand (Hamilton)
17 September: at Australia (Perth)
1 October: vs New Zealand
8 October: vs Australia

2016 November test matches:

12 November: at Wales
19 November: at Scotland
26 November: at England


And no second stringers in the June window this time...


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PostPosted: Sat Dec 12, 2015 11:01 am 
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Take it back about Bruzzone losing a yard of pace, he looked on great form after an off season and quick as ever round the park.

Could be a good tournament, team looked strong, should definately be able to take Scotland and make cup quarters.


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PostPosted: Wed Dec 23, 2015 1:46 pm 
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Nicolás Sanchez has won the 2015 Olympia award for Rugby.

Olympia awards are annual prizes awarded by the Buenos Aires Sports Journalist's Association, and are a "de facto" player of the year selection...

The other two candidates were Creevy and Imhoff. I would've given it to Creevy, considering he's the team's captain and that Sanchez wasn't there for the away win at SA, but he's a good enough winner too.


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PostPosted: Fri Jan 22, 2016 12:54 am 
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Could be Pumas the "home team" in Twickenham?

The UAR is in talks for the Argentine national team could be "home team" in London against the Wallabies, on 8 October, the last day of the Rugby Championship 2016.


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http://espndeportes.espn.go.com/rugby/nota/_/id/2576770/los-pumas-locales-en-twickenham (spanish)

http://www.rugby365.com/countries/argentina/70826-pumas-v-wallabies-at-twickers (english)


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PostPosted: Fri Jan 22, 2016 9:50 am 
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Carfer wrote:
Could be Pumas the "home team" in Twickenham?

The UAR is in talks for the Argentine national team could be "home team" in London against the Wallabies, on 8 October, the last day of the Rugby Championship 2016.


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http://espndeportes.espn.go.com/rugby/nota/_/id/2576770/los-pumas-locales-en-twickenham (spanish)


Apropos of absolutely farken nothing (other than the photo of the Pumas), I must find out why and how it is that there is a very nice, older-style Pumas jersey in a glass case on the wall at the Brisbane Broncos RL club


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PostPosted: Fri Jan 22, 2016 10:17 am 
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MungoMan wrote:
Carfer wrote:
Could be Pumas the "home team" in Twickenham?

The UAR is in talks for the Argentine national team could be "home team" in London against the Wallabies, on 8 October, the last day of the Rugby Championship 2016.


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http://espndeportes.espn.go.com/rugby/nota/_/id/2576770/los-pumas-locales-en-twickenham (spanish)


Apropos of absolutely farken nothing (other than the photo of the Pumas), I must find out why and how it is that there is a very nice, older-style Pumas jersey in a glass case on the wall at the Brisbane Broncos RL club


Training venue when on tour would be most likely.


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Other than money, it's utterly ridiculous.


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PostPosted: Sun Feb 21, 2016 7:39 pm 
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Updated list of Argentine players playing abroad.

Super Rugby

Brumbies

Tomás Cubelli (scrum half)

Sunwolves

Tomás Cristian Leonardi (third row)

Top 14 - France

Castres Olympique

Benjamín Urdapilleta (fly half)
Lucas Martínez (prop)

l'Association Sportive Montferrand Clermont Auvergne

Patricio Fernández (fly half)

Racing 92

Juan Imhoff (wing)
Manuel Carizza (lock)
Nicolás Mirande (prop)

Rugby Club Toulonnais

Juan Martin Fernandez Lobbe (third row)

Section Paloise Béarn Pyrénées (Pau)

Juan Pablo Orlandi (prop)
Santiago Fernandez (fly half)

Sporting Union Agen Lot et Garonne

Bautista Güemes (fly half)

Stade Toulousain

Patricio Albacete (lock)

Union Bordeaux Bègles

Francisco Gomez Kodela (prop)

Pro D2 - France

Aviron Bayonnais

Martín Bustos Moyano (wing)
Benjamín Macome (third row)

Lyon Olympique Universitaire

Agustín Figuerola (scrum half)

Pays d'Aix Rugby Club

Leandro Mario Assi (prop)
Lucas Caneda (wing)
Tomás Vallejos Cinalli (lock)

Sporting Club Albigeois

Javier Rojas Alvarez (centre)

Stade Montois Rugby

Carlos Muzzio (prop)

Union Sportive Montalbanaise

Víctor Damián Arias (prop)
Juan Mangione (centre)

US Carcassonne

Nahuel Lobo (prop)
Emiliano Racca (prop)

US Colomiers

Ariel Castellina (prop)
Damián Panizzo (lock)

US Dax Rugby Landes

Géronimo Albertarrio (lock)
Martin Chiappesoni Restano (third row)
Ignacio Mieres (fly half)

Aviva Premiership - England

Bath Rugby

Horacio Agulla (wing)

Gloucester Rugby

Mariano Galarza (lock)

Leicester Tigers

Marcos Ayerza (prop)
Gonzalo Camacho (wing)

Newcastle Falcons

Juan Pablo Socino (centre)
Gonzalo Tiesi (centre)
Belisario Agulla (centre) (wing)

Saracens Rugby Football Club

Marcelo Bosch (centre)
Juan Figallo (prop)

The Championship - England

Bristol Shoguns

Gastón Cortés (prop)

Jersey Rugby Football Club

Martin Garcia-Veiga (hooker)
Ignacio Saenz Lancuba (prop)

Guinness PRO12 (Celtic League)

Zebre

Bruno Postiglioni (prop) (hooker)
Emiliano Coria Marchetti (prop)
Guillermo Roan (prop)

Super 10 - Italy

Carrera Petrarca Padova

Rómulo Acosta (prop)

Femi CZ Rugby Rovigo

Luciano Rodriguez (fly half)

Polisportiva Conad L'Aquila Rugby

Ezequiel Cortés (centre)
Luciano Montivero (prop)

Rugby San Dona

Ignacio Costa (wing)
Rodrigo Costa (fly half)

S.S. Lazio Rugby 1927

Marcos Germán De Lorenzi (lock)
Emanuel Harmasiuk (lock)
Juan Francisco Ymaz (third row)


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Is Javier Rojas Alvarez related to Santiago Alvarez?


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Is Javier Rojas Alvarez related to Santiago Alvarez?


If they do, it should be pretty far away.

- Javier Rojas Alvarez born in Tucumán ( 04/15/1991 )
- Santiago Alvarez born in Bahía Blanca ( 02/17/1994 )

Alvarez is a very common surname among Argentines (something like Williams from the Welsh) :nod:

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All Blacks return to Buenos Aires for Rugby Championship test

http://www.stuff.co.nz/sport/rugby/all-blacks/77789273/all-blacks-return-to-buenos-aires-for-rugby-championship-test

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New Zealand All Blacks' Scott Robertson (holding ball) celebrates his winning try at River Plate Stadium in 2001. The All Blacks will play there again in October.

The All Blacks will play at River Plate Stadium in Buenos Aires for the first time in 15 years when they face Argentina in this year's Rugby Championship.

New Zealand Rugby confirmed the October 1 test would be played in the Argentine capital.

UAR president Carlos Araujo had earlier told journalists the ground was all-but confirmed for the penultimate round of the four-nation tournament.

"My expectation, as a fan and leader, is that we can get it done at River and complete our first victory against New Zealand," Araujo told AAP.

The All Blacks played one test at the 61,000-seat stadium in 2001 when a late try to Scott Robertson gave them a 24-20 win.

The All Blacks' three Rugby Championship tests in Argentina have all been in nearby La Plata.

River Plate Stadium is Argentina's largest sports venue and hosted the 1978 Fifa World Cup final between Argentina and the Netherlands.

:thumbup:


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Carfer wrote:
All Blacks return to Buenos Aires for Rugby Championship test

http://www.stuff.co.nz/sport/rugby/all-blacks/77789273/all-blacks-return-to-buenos-aires-for-rugby-championship-test

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New Zealand All Blacks' Scott Robertson (holding ball) celebrates his winning try at River Plate Stadium in 2001. The All Blacks will play there again in October.

The All Blacks will play at River Plate Stadium in Buenos Aires for the first time in 15 years when they face Argentina in this year's Rugby Championship.

New Zealand Rugby confirmed the October 1 test would be played in the Argentine capital.

UAR president Carlos Araujo had earlier told journalists the ground was all-but confirmed for the penultimate round of the four-nation tournament.

"My expectation, as a fan and leader, is that we can get it done at River and complete our first victory against New Zealand," Araujo told AAP.

The All Blacks played one test at the 61,000-seat stadium in 2001 when a late try to Scott Robertson gave them a 24-20 win.

The All Blacks' three Rugby Championship tests in Argentina have all been in nearby La Plata.

River Plate Stadium is Argentina's largest sports venue and hosted the 1978 Fifa World Cup final between Argentina and the Netherlands.

:thumbup:

If memory serves me right we've been minutes away from winning that game that I witnessed.


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PostPosted: Wed Mar 16, 2016 5:18 pm 
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julian wrote:
Carfer wrote:
All Blacks return to Buenos Aires for Rugby Championship test

http://www.stuff.co.nz/sport/rugby/all-blacks/77789273/all-blacks-return-to-buenos-aires-for-rugby-championship-test

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New Zealand All Blacks' Scott Robertson (holding ball) celebrates his winning try at River Plate Stadium in 2001. The All Blacks will play there again in October.

The All Blacks will play at River Plate Stadium in Buenos Aires for the first time in 15 years when they face Argentina in this year's Rugby Championship.

New Zealand Rugby confirmed the October 1 test would be played in the Argentine capital.

UAR president Carlos Araujo had earlier told journalists the ground was all-but confirmed for the penultimate round of the four-nation tournament.

"My expectation, as a fan and leader, is that we can get it done at River and complete our first victory against New Zealand," Araujo told AAP.

The All Blacks played one test at the 61,000-seat stadium in 2001 when a late try to Scott Robertson gave them a 24-20 win.

The All Blacks' three Rugby Championship tests in Argentina have all been in nearby La Plata.

River Plate Stadium is Argentina's largest sports venue and hosted the 1978 Fifa World Cup final between Argentina and the Netherlands.

:thumbup:

If memory serves me right we've been minutes away from winning that game that I witnessed.


http://espndeportes.espn.go.com/news/nota?id=1619713&s=rug&type=story


Al borde de un triunfo Monumental

La gente llenó el estadio de River para ver a Los Pumas y ellos no defraudaron ese 1 de diciembre de 2001. Tuvieron a Nueva Zelanda contra las cuerdas durante el partido, y llegaron a los minutos finales con la chapa a favor por 20-17. Pero, un mínimo error, con las potencias cuesta caro. Y un kick de Felipe Contepomi quedó adentro, los All Blacks atacaron a pura velocidad y fue el octavo Scott Robertson el que salvó a su equipo con un try para dar vuelta la historia.
El seleccionado dirigido por Marcelo Loffreda había hecho un partido perfecto. Presión, corazón y un Lisandro Arbizu iluminado para marcarle dos tries ni más ni menos que a un equipo que tenía estrellas como Jonah Lomu, Tana Umaga y Andrew Mehrtens. También jóvenes promesas, como Richie McCaw, que ya mostraba todo lo que podía dar con la 7 en la espalda. Contepomi había marcado dos penales y las dos conversiones.
Ese mismo año, en Christchurch, Los Pumas habían caído estrepitosamente por 67-19. Y unos meses después, estuvieron a segundos de dar la nota.


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NaBUru38 wrote:
2016 June test matches:

4 June: vs Italy
11 June: vs Romania
18 June: vs France
25 June: vs France


http://www.americasrugbynews.com/2016/0 ... argentina/

France will have no players from the six Top 14 playoffs teams. The Bleus will get seriously trashed.


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NaBUru38 wrote:
NaBUru38 wrote:
2016 June test matches:

4 June: vs Italy
11 June: vs Romania
18 June: vs France
25 June: vs France


http://www.americasrugbynews.com/2016/0 ... argentina/

France will have no players from the six Top 14 playoffs teams. The Bleus will get seriously trashed.


I thought I heard out there, who did not participate Jaguars (at least the core of 30 men) of those games and have several Argentina XV.


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That wouldn't make sense. The Pumas need to prepare to play the Sanzaar Rugby Championship.


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That wouldn't make sense. The Pumas need to prepare to play the Sanzaar Rugby Championship.


I think that if for this stage of the tournament (Round 15 of the Super Rugby) The Jaguars are able to play the playoffs, it would make sense.

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Pumita's campus, with 74 invited

These sure names sound familiar (and really they are)

I saw them play and show potential

http://www.espn.com.ar/rugby/nota/_/id/2655531/concentracion-pumita-con-74-convocados

Pumitas M20:

1 Baldunciel Gaspar (Hooker - Alumni - URBA)
2 Baronio Patricio (Medioscrum - Jockey Club - Rosario)
3 Barros Sosa José (Wing - Tucumán Lawn Tennis - Tucumán)
4 Bazán Lautaro (Medioscrum - Córdoba Athletic - Cordobesa)
5 Boronat Vicente (3ra línea - CASI - URBA)
6 Calas Ignacio (2da línea - La Tablada - Cordobesa)
7 Camerlinckx Juan Cruz (Centro - Regatas Bella Vista - URBA)
8 Castiglioni Teo (Apertura/centro - GER - Rosario)
9 Del Paso Gonzalo (Pilar - Santa Fe Rugby - Santa Fe)
10 Delguy Bautista (Wing - Pucará - URBA)
11 Domínguez Julián (Wing - Regatas Bella Vista - URBA)
12 Elías Martín (Apertura - Atlético del Rosario - URBA)
13 Enríquez Juan Pablo (Pilar - Old Lions - Santiagueña)
14 Kremer Marcos (2da línea - Atlético del Rosario - URBA)
15 Malanos Tomás (Centro - Atlético del Rosario - URBA)
16 Mallía Juan Cruz (Centro - Jockey Club - Cordobesa)
17 Mare Santiago (Centro/ Apertura - Regatas Bella Vista - URBA)
18 Medrano Santiago (Pilar - Regatas Bella Vista - URBA)
19 Milan Nahuel (2da línea - San Fernando - URBA)
20 Miotti Domingo (Apertura - Tucumán Lawn Tennis - Tucumán)
21 Molina Franco (2da línea - Jockey Club - Cordobesa)
22 Osadczuk Matías (Wing - SITAS - URBA)
23 Paolucci Benito (3ra línea - CASI - URBA)
24 Pretz Roman (Hooker - Duendes RC - Rosario)
25 Pulella Santiago (Pilar - Jockey Club - Cordobesa)
26 Ricco Ruben (Pilar - Universitario - Tucumán)
27 Romanini Mariano (3ra línea - Alumni - URBA)
28 Roura Conrado (Octavo - Palermo Bajo - Cordobesa)
29 Stavile Bautista (3ra línea - Mendoza RC - Cuyo)

Pumitas M-18:

1 Acosta Pimentel Tomás (Centro - BACRC - URBA)
2 Aime Jeremías (Octavo - Atlético del Rosario - Rosario)
3 Bollo Simón (Medioscrum - Estudiantes - Entrerriana)
4 Brogliatti Joaquín (Centro - Jockey Club V. Tuerto - Rosario)
5 Caputo Nicolás (3ra línea - Santa Fe Rugby - Santafesina)
6 Carreras Santiago (Apertura - Córdoba Athletic - Cordobesa)
7 Castro Juan Pablo (Fullback - San Juan Rugby - Sanjuanina)
8 Comolli Ignacio (3ra línea - Tucumán Rugby - Tucumán)
9 Cordero Facundo (Wing - Regatas Bella Vista - URBA)
10 Cubilla Tomás (Centro - Alumni - URBA)
11 De la Vega Joaquín (3ra línea - CUBA - URBA)
12 Duggan Eduardo (2da línea - SIC - URBA)
13 Farré Mines Joaquín (Medioscrum - San Juan Rugby - Sanjuanina)
14 Fernández Criado Rodrigo (3ra línea - Sporting - Mar del Plata)
15 Ferrario Facundo (Centro - Jockey Club Rosario - Rosario)
16 Ferreyra Tomás (Fullback - Estudiantes - Entrerriana)
17 Ferro Stéfano (Apertura - Tucumán Lawn Tennis - Tucumán)
18 Galíndez Agustín (Apertura - Santa Fe Rugby - Santafesina)
19 Gálvez José (3ra línea - Querandí -Santafesina)
20 Gotelli Santiago (Wing - CPBM - Cuyo)
21 Grippo Santiago (Hooker - Urú Curé - Cordobesa)
22 Herrera Leopoldo (Wing - Córdoba Athletic - Cordobesa)
23 Kess Juan Cruz (2da línea - CURNE - URNE)
24 Lavanini Federico (2da línea - Hindú - URBA)
25 Leonori Tomás (Hooker - GER - Rosario)
26 Magliano Joaquín (Centro - La Plata - URBA)
27 Maldonado Guillermo (2da línea - Jockey Club Córdoba - Cordobesa)
28 Maurette Felipe (Wing - CUBA - URBA)
29 Medrano Agustín (3ra línea - Regatas Bella Vista - URBA)
30 López Julián (Wing - CPBM - Cuyo)
31 Nemer Iván (Pilar - Sporting - Mar del Plata)
32 Nogués Manuel (Medioscrum - Atlético del Rosario - Rosario)
33 Oviedo Leonel (Hooker - Córdoba Athletic - Cordobesa)
34 Quetglas Juan Manuel (Centro - Atlético del Rosario - Rosario)
35 Quiroga Isaías (Pilar - Los Tordos - Cuyo)
36 Romano Martín (Pilar - Natación y Gimnasia - Tucumán)
37 Rosas Paz Juan (Wing - Estudiantes - Entrerriana)
38 Rufino Tobías (2da línea - Cardenales - Tucumán)
39 Ruiz Santiago (Octavo - Curupaytí - URBA)
40 Sordoni Lucio (Pilar - Atlético del Rosario - Rosario)
41 Sotola Alfonso (Octavo - Urú Curé - Cordobesa)
42 Tejada Carlos (Pilar - San Juan Rugby - Sanjuanina)
43 Tejerina Juan Cruz (Wing - Universitario - Mar del Plata)
44 Torello Agustín (Pilar - San Luis - URBA)
45 Walker Nicolás (2da línea - Curupaytí - URBA)


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NaBUru38 wrote:
2016 June test matches:

4 June: vs Italy
11 June: vs Romania
18 June: vs France
25 June: vs France


2016 Rugby Championship:

20 August: at South Africa (Nelspruit)
27 August: vs South Africa (Salta)
10 September: at New Zealand (Hamilton)
17 September: at Australia (Perth)
1 October: vs New Zealand
8 October: vs Australia

2016 November test matches:

12 November: at Wales
19 November: at Scotland
26 November: at England


:shock: :shock: :shock:
didn't know we were to play the fuckers twice this summer !!


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NaBUru38 wrote:
NaBUru38 wrote:
2016 June test matches:

4 June: vs Italy
11 June: vs Romania
18 June: vs France
25 June: vs France


http://www.americasrugbynews.com/2016/0 ... argentina/

France will have no players from the six Top 14 playoffs teams. The Bleus will get seriously trashed.


bullshit, argentina have probably more players in those teams thna we do ...... :D :lol:


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jolindien wrote:
NaBUru38 wrote:
2016 June test matches:

4 June: vs Italy
11 June: vs Romania
18 June: vs France
25 June: vs France


2016 Rugby Championship:

20 August: at South Africa (Nelspruit)
27 August: vs South Africa (Salta)
10 September: at New Zealand (Hamilton)
17 September: at Australia (Perth)
1 October: vs New Zealand
8 October: vs Australia

2016 November test matches:

12 November: at Wales
19 November: at Scotland
26 November: at England


:shock: :shock: :shock:
didn't know we were to play the f**k twice this summer !!


Pumas and France will play two tests in Tucuman next 19 and 25 June (these are framed in the celebrations for the Bicentennial of Independence Argentina)

Venue : Estadio José Fierro (gloomy stadium, but for these dates, not so cold as in Buenos Aires)

Image :uhoh:

http://uar.com.ar/noticias/noticias.asp?idinfo=4611

In June (in Buenos Aires), the average temperature is about 11.9 ° C, the maximum average of 16.6 ° C and the average minimum of 8.3 ° C.
As for the extreme values, the maximum can exceed 25 ° C as occurred on June 14, 1951 when they registered 28.5 ° C, and the minimum can drop below 0 ° C, as occurred on June 14 1967, date on which a mark of -5.3 ° C was recorded.


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cool stadium and weather carfer, unfortunatetly we will play in the evening i guess for TV ?


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cool stadium and weather carfer, unfortunatetly we will play in the evening i guess for TV ?


In June 2014, against Ireland, they played at 15:40 hours (Argentina time ==> ¿ 20:40 Paris time ?)


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19:59 in tucuman now, 00:59 here.

Cool, if we play in the afternoon it will be great !


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PostPosted: Sat Apr 23, 2016 12:09 am 
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jolindien wrote:
19:59 in tucuman now, 00:59 here.

Cool, if we play in the afternoon it will be great !


Yep, but I hope that by that time Juan Imhoff and Benjamin Urdapilleta, they are no wearing the jersey of les bleus. :roll:


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Los Pumas 7s squad for Paris and London

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http://uar.com.ar/noticias/noticias.asp?idinfo=4713


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Carfer wrote:
Los Pumas 7s squad for Paris and London

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http://uar.com.ar/noticias/noticias.asp?idinfo=4713


That is a hell of a squad!


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PostPosted: Mon Apr 25, 2016 11:10 pm 
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frillage wrote:
Carfer wrote:
Los Pumas 7s squad for Paris and London

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http://uar.com.ar/noticias/noticias.asp?idinfo=4713


That is a hell of a squad!


I was sure that this squad would like you; Corderito & Tute are back ! ;)

To be on the list of Rio, they must have played at least one stage of the circuit.
Ortega Desio, Moroni and Cordero, therefore, will be enabled to play in Rio


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PostPosted: Mon Apr 25, 2016 11:47 pm 
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With Schultz, Alvarez and Sabato back as well (and Muller likely to spend more time in forwards than wing) it is a really good mix of physicality and pace.
Will be interesting to see if Ezcurra covering Bruzzone's place and if Etchart covers 10 or Rojas.

Out wide will be where the real threat is though, Etchart and Tute interchanging during game creating space for the Lightning speed or Corderito and Sabato interchanging!
Expect a whole load of tries and a bit of a return to the S G-C glory days of little kick and chases.


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I'm convinced that the UAR will have to add exceptions to the Pumas player selection policy to bring several European-based players to play the Rugby Championship.

It's not just practical, it's a moral issue. Having European-based players would add trust to the team.


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The Pumitas, with M20 squad for the JRWC 2016

http://www.espn.com.ar/rugby/nota/_/id/2660776/los-pumitas-con-plantel-para-el-mundial-m20

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The coaches, Nicolas Fernandez Lobbe, Gaston Conde and Ignacio Fernandez Lobbe announced the roster of 28 players that during the month of June, will participate in the Rugby World U20 Championship in England, more precisely in the city of Manchester.

Name -- Height -- Weight -- Position -- Club -- Union
Baldunciel Gaspar -- 1,81 -- 97 -- Hooker -- Alumni -- URBA
Baronio Gauna Patricio -- 1,78 -- 82 -- Scrumhalf -- Jockey Club Rosario -- URR
Barros Sosa Jose -- 1,8 -- 84 -- Wing -- Tucuman Lawn Tennis -- URT
Bazan Velez Lautaro 1,74 -- 80 -- Scrumhalf -- Córdoba Athletic -- UCR
Boronat Vicente -- 1.90 -- 102 -- Third Row -- CASI -- URBA
Calas Ignacio -- 2,00 -- 120 -- Lock -- La Tablada -- UCR
Castiglioni Teo -- 1,75 -- 81 -- Centre -- GER -- URR
Del Pazo Gonzalo -- 1,92 -- 121 -- Prop -- Santa Fe Rugby Club -- USR
Delguy Bautista -- 1,82 -- 81 -- Wing -- Pucará -- URBA
Dominguez Julián -- 1,89 -- 93 -- Wing -- Pucará -- URBA
Elias Martín -- 1,83 -- 81 -- Flyhalf -- Atlético del Rosario -- URBA
Enriquez Juan Pablo -- 1,80 -- 106 -- Prop Old Lions -- USR
Kremer Marcos -- 1,95 -- 115 -- Lock -- Atlético del Rosario -- URBA
Malanos Tomás -- 1,78 -- 81 -- Wing/Centre -- Atlético del Rosario -- URBA
Mallia Juan Cruz -- 1,82 -- 88 -- Centre/Fullback -- Jockey Club Córdoba -- UCR
Mare Santiago -- 1,84 -- 89 -- Centre/Flyhalf -- Regatas Bella Vista -- URBA
Medrano Santiago -- 1,86 -- 110 -- Prop -- Regatas de Bella Vista -- URBA
Milan Nahuel -- 2,00 -- 120 -- Lock -- San Fernando -- URBA
Miotti Domingo -- 1,88 -- 93 -- Flyhalf -- Tucumán Lawn Tennis -- URT
Molina Franco -- 1,98 -- 114 -- Lock -- Jockey Club Córdoba -- UCR
Osadczuk Matias -- 1,91 -- 91 -- Wing/Centre -- SITAS -- URBA
Paolucci Benito -- 1,87 -- 97 -- Third Row -- CASI -- URBA
Pretz Román -- 1.82 -- 100 -- Hooker -- Duendes RC -- URR
Pulella Santiago -- 1,84 -- 107 -- Prop -- Jockey Club Córdoba -- UCR
Ricco Rubén -- 1,86 -- 108 -- Prop -- Universitario de Tucumán -- URT
Romanini Mariano -- 1.90 -- 102 -- Third Row -- Alumni -- URBA
Roura Conrado -- 1,91 -- 102 -- Third Row -- Palermo Bajo -- UCR
Stavile Bravin Bautista -- 1,83 -- 95 -- Third Row -- Mendoza R C -- URC

The Pumitas share Group C and will play the first phase against :

France (Tuesday 6/7, AJ Bell Stadium)
South Africa (Saturday 6/11, AJ Bell Stadium)
Japan (Wednesday 6/15, AJ Bell Stadium)


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Entrevista a Mariano Galarza

http://www.espn.com.ar/rugby/nota/_/id/2652745/este-ano-el-nivel-del-equipo-fue-mejor-al-del-ano-pasado

- Con respecto a Los Pumas, ¿cambió en algo la situación de los argentinos que juegan en Europa? ¿Vos podrías sumarte al seleccionado si se cancela la nueva regla de la UAR?

- No tengo ninguna novedad al respecto, de todas formas yo trato de estar siempre bien por si en algún momento se da la oportunidad. Además, tengo total libertad de parte del club para poder jugarlo todo.

- Imagino que pudiste ver algo de los Jaguares en el Super Rugby, ¿qué conclusión te deja esta primera experiencia?

- No pude ver los últimos partidos, que tal vez fueron los que más le costaron, pero vi todo el resto. Perdieron por detalles, pero podrían haber ganado cualquiera. Me gusta el equipo, juegan bien al rugby, sólo tienen que seguir laburando y los resultados van a llegar. Es el primer año que se juega este torneo. Los jugadores, el staff y la Unión se están adaptando. ¡Me sorprendió lo que corren, es muchísimo!

- Si bien no es algo que asome a corto plazo en tu horizonte, ¿te gustaría jugar el torneo del Hemisferio Sur?

- Sí, me gustaría en el futuro poder jugar el Super Rugby para la franquicia argentina.


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Nice comments by Galarza.


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NaBUru38 wrote:
Nice comments by Galarza.


:thumbup: :nod:


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FELIZ DÍA DE LA PATRIA, CACHORROS DE PUMA ! ... ( HAPPY DAY OF THE HOMELAND, PUMA'S CUBS ! )

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Is Camacho returning home to play for the Jaguares?


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