Georgia national under-18 rugby union team

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Georgia under-18
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Union Georgia Rugby Union
Coach(es) Davit Chavleishvili

The Georgia national under-18 rugby union team is the under-18 team of the Georgia national rugby union team in the sport of rugby union.

History[edit]

Under-18 became a recognised age-grade in European rugby in 2004.[1]

European Championship[edit]

The Georgian team has been a regular competitor at the European Under-18 Rugby Union Championship, playing in the A division with moderate success for the most part. The teams greatest achievement came 2010, when it finished third, behind France and Ireland, beating Belgium in the third-place game. In 2011, in a revamped competition that saw the creation of an Elite division, with Georgia once more coming third, now in the tier-two First division, behind Scotland and Italy.

European championship[edit]

Elite Division 2012[edit]

Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
                 
 Ireland 34
 Portugal 24
 Ireland 22
 France 20
 France 19
 Scotland 7
 Ireland 13
 England 25
 Wales 41
 Italy 8
 Wales 16
 England 22
 England 58
 Georgia 8
play-off games
     
1  Georgia 20
2  Italy 18
5th place
     
1  Scotland 29
2  Georgia 10
Pos Elite Division 2012
1  England
2  Ireland
3  France
4  Wales
5  Scotland
6  Georgia
7  Italy
8  Portugal


Elite Division 2013[edit]

Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
                 
 England 82
 Portugal 8
 England 25
 Scotland 12
 Wales 17
 Scotland 18
 England 27
 France 22
 France 32
 Italy 0
 France 23
 Ireland 18
 Ireland 31
 Georgia 27
play-off games
     
1  Georgia 17
2  Italy 12
5th place
     
1  Wales 50
2  Georgia 0
Pos Elite Division 2013
1  England
2  France
3  Ireland
4  Scotland
5  Wales
6  Georgia
7  Italy
8  Portugal


Elite Division 2014[edit]

Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
                 
 England 62
 Portugal 5
 England 11
 Wales 9
 Wales 23
 Scotland 21
 England 30
 Ireland 14
 France 29
 Italy 7
 France 11
 Ireland 24
 Ireland 20
 Georgia 10
play-off games
     
1  Georgia 13
2  Italy 15
7th place
     
1  Georgia 26
2  Portugal 3
Pos Elite Division 2014
1  England
2  Ireland
3  Wales
4  France
5  Scotland
6  Italy
7  Georgia
8  Portugal

Elite Division 2015[edit]

Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
                 
 England 85
 Portugal 5
 England 19
 France 23
 France 22
 Scotland 10
 France '
 Georgia
 Georgia 8
 Ireland 8
 Georgia 6
 Italy 6
 Italy 14
 Wales 13
Pos Elite Division 2015
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Positions[edit]

The teams final positions in the European championship:

Year Division Tier Place
2004
2005 A Division I 5th
2006 A Division I 6th
2007 A Division I 6th
2008 A Division I 6th
2009 A Division I 7th
2010 A Division I 3rd
2011 First Division II 3rd
2012 Division Elite 6th
2013 Division Elite 6th
2014 Division Elite 7th
2015 Division Elite th

References[edit]

  1. ^ Forty years of age grade growth in Europe IRB website, published: 16 April 2009, accessed: 2 May 2010

External links[edit]

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