CR Les Abelles

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Les Abelles
Full name Club de Rugby Les Abelles
Nickname(s) Abejorros
Founded 1971
Ground Polideportivo Quatre carreres, Valencia
Ground Capacity 500
President Jorge Diego Garcerán
Manager Facundo Ozú
League División de Honor B
Website Club home page

CR Les Abelles is a Spanish rugby team based in Valencia, Spain. The Club de Rugby Les Abelles was founded in 1971 by D. Halangode Noel, a professor at the Jesuit School of Valencia. Player during a time of the London club London Wasps (London Wasps), tries to transfer the name and spirit of a group of young students. He has since been affiliated with the Spanish Federation of Rugby (FER) and as a member of the Valencian club Territorial Federation of Valencia.

With forty years of history, Les Abella has worked a name in the Spanish Rugby, because of the various titles and awards achieved. In the city of Valencia has all this time fighting for the dissemination and uptake of practitioners of a sport that tends to captivate anyone who comes close. Over a thousand people have gone through this club, many of them have been selected to play in the selection of Valencia as the Spanish.

Squad 2009-2010[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national union as has been defined under IRB eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-IRB nationality.

Player Position Union
José Luis Conejero Prop Spain Spain
Georgel Dragomir Prop Romania Romania
Diego Erezuma Prop Spain Spain
Hugo Martinez Prop Spain Spain
Samuel Hobbs Flanker England England
Luis Damián Montorfano Prop Spain Spain
Stefan Ionel Nicusor Prop Romania Romania
Juan Sebastián Perez Prop Spain Spain
Cristi Cornei Hooker Romania Romania
Gustavo Dinuchi Hooker Argentina Argentina
Matthias Amman Lock Uruguay Uruguay
Luis Gomez de Membrillera Lock Spain Spain
José Emilio Lopez Lock Spain Spain
Juan Manuel Marti Lock Spain Spain
Jorge Luis Parra Lock Spain Spain
Matías Bottarini Flanker Spain Spain
Juan Pablo Burgos Flanker Argentina Argentina
Manuel Nadal Flanker Spain Spain
Juan Rango Flanker Argentina Argentina
Nicolas Vila Segui Flanker Spain Spain
Osvaldo Galvan Number 8 Argentina Argentina
Metale Phedadig Number 8 New Zealand New Zealand
Player Position Union
Francisco Nin Scrum-half Spain Spain
Fernando Dominguez Scrum-half Spain Spain
Facundo Ozu Scrum-half Spain Spain
Jorge Alvarez-Querol Fly-half Spain Spain
Christopher McNaughton Fly-half Scotland Scotland
Japie Naude Fly-half South Africa South Africa
Wayne Bell[disambiguation needed] Fly-half South Africa South Africa
David Montoliu Centre Spain Spain
Evaristo Perez Centre Spain Spain
Lucas Martín Poggi Centre Spain Spain
Marcelo Sa Centre Argentina Argentina
José Ignacio Sevillano Centre Spain Spain
Diego Martín Aspesi Wing Uruguay Uruguay
Esteban Salvo Wing Spain Spain
Pablo Garcia del Moral Wing Spain Spain
Benoit Lochin Wing France France
Paul Sumner Wing England England
Javier Izquierdo Fullback Spain Spain
Marcos Poggi Fullback Spain Spain
Santiago Sanmarti Fullback Spain Spain

International honours[edit]

Other notable players[edit]