IRB Tbilisi Cup

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IRB Tbilisi Cup
Current season, competition or edition:
2014 IRB Tbilisi Cup
Sport Rugby union
Founded 2013
No. of teams 4
Country Argentina Argentina Jaguars
 Emerging Italy
Most recent champion(s) Argentina Argentina Jaguars (2014)

The IRB Tbilisi Cup is a rugby union competition that was first held in 2013 at Avchala Stadium in Tbilisi with the hosts Georgia joined by Uruguay, who regularly take part in the IRB Nations Cup, and two newly founded teams: Emerging Ireland, who were made up of young Irish players that didn't get selected for the Lions tour to Australia or the national side's tour to North America, and a South Africa President's XV, composed of Currie Cup players.[1]

Georgia will be the only team to return for the second edition in 2014; they will be joined by Spain and two teams that regularly take part in the IRB Nations Cup, Argentina Jaguars and Emerging Italy.[2]



The teams that participated in the IRB Tbilisi Cup and their finishing positions are as follows:

Team 2013 2014
Argentina Argentina Jaguars N/A 1st
Ireland Emerging Ireland 2nd N/A
 Georgia 3rd 2nd
 Emerging Italy N/A 3rd
South Africa South Africa President's XV 1st N/A
 Spain N/A 4th
 Uruguay 4th N/A


See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Georgia to host IRB Tbilisi Cup in June". International Rugby Board. 9 April 2013. Retrieved 23 April 2013. 
  2. ^ "Georgia to host Tbilisi Cup 2014". International Rugby Board. 4 April 2014. Retrieved 14 May 2014. 

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