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Chile Name Lineup for Brazil

Los Cóndores will take-on Brazil for the second time this year. Saturday’s test match will see Chile looking to complete back-to-back wins over Brazil and also make it two from two in the South American A Championship. Coming off a 68-7 hammering of Paraguay on home soil Los Cóndores now ...

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Brazil to face Kenya in June

Two teams dreaming of playing in a first Rugby World Cup are to make history this year. Brazil is to face Kenya in June in an international test match, doing so in Macapá city located in Amapá state. It is to be the first time that the northern Brazilian state of ...

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Up and Under

Up and Under is a weekly feature on Americas Rugby News which reviews the best and worst from games involving the Americas teams over the previous week. UP Trinidad & Tobago, Guyana Impressive results for both Trinidad & Tobago and Guyana on Saturday see the two Caribbean countries strongly positioned ...

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Americas Rankings – April 24 2016

There have been changes to the Americas Rankings following international competition this weekend. The updated Americas Rankings – April 24 2016 see Brazil and Paraguay changing places while both Uruguay and Chile have made slight gains. Uruguay edged slightly closer to Canada by rising from 63,23 points to a new ranking of 63,26. ...

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Guyana overpower Barbados in World Cup Qualifier

Guyana overpowered Barbados in a Rugby World Cup qualifier on Saturday, winning 48-17 at the National Park in Playfield, Guyana. The comprehensive victory means Guyana has one foot in the door in the subsequent round of the Americas qualifying series. The victorious Guyana will take to the field again on ...

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South American A Championship Standings

Following the completion of the opening round of competition Chile and Uruguay top the South American A Championship Standings. Chile soundly defeated Paraguay in the opening fixture while Uruguay followed it up by humbling Brazil in South America’s largest city. With the South American A Championship not operating according to the ...

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Brazil humbled by impressive Uruguay in São Paulo

Uruguay demonstrated significant progress with a comfortable 36-14 victory over Brazil at Allianz Parque in São Paulo this afternoon. Close to 9,000 paying supporters attended the match. Los Teros won largely with an experimental side which called upon a number of players missing from recent international activity. They were led by five World ...

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