2004–06 European Nations Cup First Division

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2004-06 European Nations Cup First Division
Date 20 November 2004 – 10 June 2006
Countries  Czech Republic
 Georgia
 Portugal
 Romania
 Russia
 Ukraine
Final positions
Champions  Romania
Antim Cup  Georgia (2005)
 Romania (2006)
Tournament statistics
Matches played 30

The 2004–2006 European Nations Cup doubled up as an element of qualification for the Rugby World Cup 2007. Ukraine replaced Spain as Champions of Division 2A.

Table[edit]

Place Nation Games Points Table
points
played won drawn lost for against difference
1  Romania 10 8 0 2 389 94 +295 26
2  Georgia 10 8 0 2 353 125 +228 26
3  Portugal 10 6 1 3 193 183 +10 23
4  Russia 10 4 1 5 290 202 +88 19
5  Czech Republic 10 3 0 7 164 306 -142 16
6  Ukraine 10 0 0 10 77 556 -479 10

Results of 2004–2005 Season[edit]

20 November 2004
Russia  15–27  Georgia

20 November 2004
Ukraine  16–36  Portugal

27 November 2004
Czech Republic  13–38  Romania

5 February 2005
Portugal  18–14  Georgia

26 February 2005
Romania  33–10  Russia

26 February 2005
Portugal  19–13  Czech Republic

26 February 2005
Georgia  65–0  Ukraine

12 March 2005
Czech Republic  42–15  Ukraine

12 March 2005
Georgia  20–13  Romania

19 March 2005
Czech Republic  11–7  Russia

19 March 2005
Romania  97–0  Ukraine

4 June 2005
Russia  16–18  Portugal

11 June 2005
Russia  72–0  Ukraine

11 June 2005
Romania  14–10  Portugal

12 June 2005
Georgia  75–10  Czech Republic

Results of 2005–2006 Season[edit]

5 November 2005
Ukraine  8–47  Czech Republic

12 November 2005
Russia  52–12  Czech Republic

4 February 2006
Georgia  46–19  Russia

25 February 2006
Romania  35–10  Georgia

25 February 2006
Portugal  19–19  Russia

11 March 2006
Romania  50–3  Czech Republic

11 March 2006
Georgia  40–0  Portugal

18 March 2006
Portugal  3–27  Romania

29 April 2006
Ukraine  12–32  Georgia

13 May 2006
Portugal  52–14  Ukraine

20 May 2006
Czech Republic  10–18  Portugal

27 May 2006
Ukraine  12–55  Russia

3 June 2006
Ukraine  0–58  Romania

10 June 2006
Czech Republic  3–24  Georgia

10 June 2006
Russia  25–24  Romania