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Chile to Tour Asia in November

Chile is to tour Asia in November. Los Cóndores will compete in an international tournament in Hong Kong. Following on from hosting South Korea in late 2016 the opportunity sees Chile continuing to be integrated into global rugby.

Dates and fixtures for the tournament are yet to be announced though Chile Rugby has confirmed the team will travel to Hong Kong on Monday November 06..

From November 11-19 Hong Kong hosted the Cup of Nations in 2016. Involved were Hong Kong, Papua New Guinea, Russia and Zimbabwe. A similar format is expected for this year with Chile’s involvement.

For the tour Chile’s coaching staff have named a 48-man training squad. They are to begin their training on Wednesday August 09 and on August 23. Included are returning players Italo Zunino, Javier Richard and Matías Nordenflycht.

Not considered for the training camp are players based abroad. They are to, nonetheless, be available for selection for the November Internationals.

CHILE
1.- Adriano Razeto – U. Católica
2.- José Ignacio Larenas – U. Católica
3.- José Ignacio Munita – U. Católica
4.- Benjamín Soto – Stade Francais
5.- Claudio Zamorano – Stade Francais
6.- Inti Ubeda – Stade Francais
7.- Rodrigo Moya – PWCC
8.- Raimundo Piwonka – PWCC
9.- Tomás Dussaillant – Old Boys
10.- Mario Mayol – Old Boys
11.- Sebastián Valech – Old Boys
12.- Beltrán Vergara – Old Boys
13.- Álvaro Ide – Old Reds
14.- Tomás Ianiszewski – Old Locks
15.- Arturo Seeman – Old Georgians
16.- Nikola Bursic – COBS
17.- Iñaki de Urruticoechea – COBS
18.- Martín Fernández – COBS
19.- Jan Hasenlechner – COBS
20.- Matías Nordenflycht – COBS
21.- Eduardo Orpis – COBS
22.- Javier Richard – COBS
23.- Italo Zunino – COBS
24.- Matías Contreras – COBS
25.- Tomás Gutiérrez – Troncos
26.- Bruno Lillo – Troncos
27.- Sebastián Otero – Troncos
28.- Javier Rodríguez – Troncos
29.- Vicente Sichel – Troncos
30.- Iñaki Gurruchaga – Old Johns
31.- Francisco Neira – Old Johns
32.- Pedro Pablo Verschae – Viña RC
33.- Francisco González – Sporting RC
34.- Joaquín Meyer – Sporting RC
35.- Fernando Gándara – Sporting RC
36.- Javier Lavanderos – Sporting RC
37.- Roger Ocaranza – Sporting RC
38.- Mauricio Urrutia – Sporting RC
39.- Matías Balbontín – Old Macks
40.- Sergio Bascuñán – Old Macks
41.- Francisco Borquez – Old Macks
42.- Manuel Dagnino – Old Macks
43.- Agustín Fernández – Old Macks
44.- Ignacio Guajardo – Old Macks
45.- Anton Hornauer – Old Macks
46- Vittorio Lastra – Old Macks
47.- Simón Salinas – Old Macks
48.- Jorge Castillo – ARUA

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