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Who Will win the 2017 Olimpia de Plata?

Who Will win the 2017 Olimpia de Plata? Three Pumas have been shortlisted for what is the official Argentine Rugby Player of the Year award. The winner will be announced at a ceremony on December 19 at the Microestadio Ricardo Rusticucci in Pilar. This year’s nominees are flanker Pablo Matera ...

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Uruguay to host Nations Cup again in 2018

The Uruguayan Rugby Union on Tuesday confirmed that Montevideo will once again host the World Rugby Nations Cup in June 2018. It will be the second consecutive year that the six-team international tournament will be held at the Estadio Charrúa. Los Teros made history in 2017 when they were declared ...

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Up and Under

This week’s edition of Up and Under brings to a close international activity for the year. The weekly segment will return again in January 2018.   UP Chile In the first meeting between Germany and Chile the South Americans recorded a big win. Played on Saturday at the Sparda Bank ...

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Ramiro Herrera Leaves Pumas

28-year-old Ramiro Herrera leaves Los Pumas. The Tight Head prop is not involved in the training camp for the upcoming November Internationals. Argentina is to play in Europe against England, Italy and Ireland. The veteran of 37 test matches for Argentina, Herrera’s Pumas career is now on hold. The Patagonian ...

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Boffelli Nominated for Breakthrough Player of 2017

Emiliano Boffelli has been nominated by World Rugby for Breakthrough Player of the year. The Argentine winger is one of three nominees for the prestigious award. The others are New Zealand’s Rieko Ioane and France’s Damian Penaud. The winner will be announced by World Rugby on November 11. Boffelli was a ...

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Pumas Grades in 2017 Rugby Championship

Argentina were outperformed in the Rugby Championship. The team  lost every match, conceding a bonus point defeat in all six games. While there were ocassions in which the team was leading at half time or into the second half Los Pumas realistically never looked like winning a game. To better ...

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Lavanini Sets New Pumas Yellow Card Record

On Saturday Tomás Lavanini set a new Pumas record for the most number of yellow cards. His first half yellow carding against New Zealand brought his overall record to 6 for Argentina. No Pumas player has received more temporary suspensions in history. The concerning high number of yellow cards comes ...

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