1990 Campeonato Argentino de Rugby

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Main article: Campeonato Argentino
46° Campeonato Argentino de Mayores
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Champions Unión de Rugby de Tucumàn (5th title)
Relegated Santa Fè and Entre Rios
1989
1991

The 1990 Campeonato Argentino de rugby was won by for the forth consecutive years by the selection of Unión de Rugby de Tucumàn that beat in the final the selection of Cuyo

Rugby Union in Argentina in 1990[edit]

National[edit]

International[edit]

For the first time in his history, England accepted to play a match with a club and not against a provincial selection. The match is against Banco Nacion leaded Hugo Porta that obtained an historical victory.

For more details on this topic, see 1990 England rugby union tour of Argentina.
  • The remaining of the years for "Pumas" was a Nightmare, an internal loss against Canada, and a tour in British Isles with heavy losses against Scotland and Ireland. Hugo Porta came back for that occasion but was injured and leave the national team, and same month after spot to play rugby.
For more details on this topic, see 1990 Argentina rugby union tour of British Isles.

"Campeonato" Tournemanet[edit]

The better eight teams played for title. They were divided in tow pools of four, the first two each pools admitted to semifinals, the last relegated in secondo division

Pool A[edit]

Qualified for Semifinals
Relegated
Place Team Games Points Table
points
played won drawn lost for against diff.
1 Tucumàn 3 3 0 0 94 51 43 6
2 Cuyo 3 2 0 1 64 73 -9 '4
3 Buenos Aires 3 1 0 2 60 41 19 2
4 Santa Fè 3 0 0 3 37 90 -53 0

Pool B[edit]

Qualified for Semifinals
Relegated
Place Team Games Points Table
points
played won drawn lost for against diff.
1 Mar del Plata 3 2 0 1 67 73 -6 4
2 Rosario 3 1 1 1 63 53 10 3
3 Córdoba 3 1 1 1 53 50 3 3
4 Entre Rios 3 1 0 2 39 46 -7 2

Semifinals[edit]

3 november 1990
Tucumàn 46-18 Rosario
C.A. Tucumán, Tucumán
3 november 1990
Mar del Plata 24-31 Cuyo
C.A. Tucumán, Tucumán

Third place final[edit]

4 november 1990
Mar del Plata 23-11 Rosario
C.A. Tucumán, Tucumán

Final[edit]

4 november 1990
Tucumàn 27-13 Cuyo
Try: Herrera G. Terán
Con: Gauna 2.
Pen: Gauna 4 ,
Drop: Williams
Try: Roby.
Pen: Cipitelli 3.
C.A. Tucumán, Tucumán
Referee: José L. Rolandi

Tucumán: 15. F. Williams, 14.G. Terán, 13.P. Gauna, 12.L. Herrera, 11.M. Terán, 10.R. Sauze, 9.P. Merlo (Cap.), 8.F. Buabse, 7.S. Bunader, 6.J.Santamarina, 5.H. Apas, 4,C. Gentile (Micheli 51'), 3.S. Paz Posse, 2.J. Paz (h), 1.L. Corla.
Cuyo:15.F. Lola, 14.M. Roby, 13.C. Cipitelli (Cap.), 12.Carbonell, 11.E. Saurina, 10.G. Andía, 9.F. Silvestre, 8.Correa Llanos, 7.J.Chiapetta (C. Guillot 64'), 6.M. Cassone, 5.Perez Caffe, 4.Gómez, 3.O. Montaña, 2.A. Gutiérrez, 1.R. Grau.

"Classificacion" Tournament[edit]

Teams are divied in two pools: the winners of each, promodte to "Campeonato" tournament

Pool "C"[edit]

Place Team Games Points Table
points
played won drawn lost for against diff.
1 Noreste 5 5 0 0 405 28 377 10
2 Salta 4 3 0 2 130 100 30 6
3 Santiago del estero 4 2 0 2 113 87 26 4
4 Jujuy 5 2 0 3 101 236 -135 4
5 Misiones 5 1 0 4 81 191 -110 2
6 Rio Uruguay 3 0 0 3 21 209 -188 0

Promoted: Noreste (Rio Uruguay left tournament after 3 match)

Pool "D"[edit]

Place Team Games Points Table
points
played won drawn lost for against diff.
1 Alto Valle 5 4 1 0 157 48 109 9
2 Sur 5 4 0 1 142 69 73 8
3 San Juan 5 3 1 1 204 66 138 7
4 Austral 5 1 0 4 41 135 -94 2
5 Chubut 5 1 0 4 50 179 -129 2
6 Oeste 5 1 0 4 45 142 -97 2

Promoted: Alto Valle

External links[edit]

  • Memorias de la UAR 1990
  • (Italian) Francesco Volpe, Paolo Pacitti (Author), Rugby 2000, GTE Gruppo Editorale (1999)