Italy A national rugby union team

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Italy A
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Union Federazione Italiana Rugby
Coach(es) Andrea Sgorlon
Captain(s) Andrea de Marchi
Top scorer Luciano Orquera (119 Nations Cup Only)[1]
Most tries Michele Sepe (4 Nations Cup Only)
Team kit
Change kit
First international
Belgium  3-34  Italy B
(7 May 1964)
Largest win
Italy XV Italy 102-3  Denmark
(1 November 1997)
Largest defeat
Italy A Italy 17-45 England England Saxons
(29 January 2011)

The Italy A national rugby union team (also known as Italia Emergenti) are the second national rugby union team in Italy after the national side. They compete every year in the IRB Nations Cup.

Fixtures[edit]

IRB Nations Cup 2013[2]

08/06/2013 against Argentina Argentina, in Romania Bucharest

12/06/2013 against Russia Russia, in Romania Bucharest

16/06/2013 against Romania Romania, in Romania Bucharest

Current squad[edit]

28-man Emerging Italy squad for the 2013 IRB Nations Cup.[3] Last updated 2 June 2013.

Tournament record[edit]

Year Tournament Host Rank
2006 IRB Nations Cup Portugal Portugal 2nd
2007 IRB Nations Cup Romania Romania 5th
2008 IRB Nations Cup Romania Romania 4th
2009 IRB Nations Cup Romania Romania 2nd
2010 IRB Nations Cup Romania Romania 3rd
2011 IRB Nations Cup Romania Romania DNP
2012 IRB Nations Cup Romania Romania 3rd
2013 IRB Nations Cup Romania Romania 2nd

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