Nations Cup (Women's rugby) 2009

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2009 Women's Nation's Cup
Countries  Canada
 England
 France
 South Africa
 United States
 Wales
Champions  England (U20 & Senior)
Runners-up  United States (U20 & Senior)
Matches played 18
2008
2011

The second Nations Cup tournament was played at Appleby College, Oakville, Canada, in August 2009. An Under-20 version also took place in England a month before. The second tournament again included Canada, England and USA, but these nations were joined by France for the first time.

Under 20 Nations Cup 2009 (Brunel University, London)[edit]

Final Table[edit]

Position Nation Games Points Bonus points[1] Table
points
played won drawn lost for against Tries Losing
1  England U20 3 3 0 0 116 10 2 0 14
2  USA U20 3 2 0 1 52 63 1 0 9
3  Wales U20 3 1 0 2 22 47 0 1 5
4  Canada U20 3 0 0 3 31 102 1 1 2

Results[edit]

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2009-07-09 USA U20  7-3  Wales U20 Brunel University, London [-/-/-]
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2009-07-09 England U20  47-0  Canada U20 Brunel University, London [-/-/-]
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2009-07-12 Canada U20  11-16  Wales U20 Brunel University, London [-/-/-]
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2009-07-12 England U20  40-7  USA U20 Brunel University, London [-/-/-]
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2009-07-15 Canada U20  20-38  USA U20 Brunel University, London [-/-/-]
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2009-07-15 England U20  29-3  Wales U20 Brunel University, London [-/-/-]

Third place[edit]

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2008-07-18 Canada U20  12-10  Wales U20 Brunel University, London [-/-/-]

Final[edit]

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2008-07-18 England U20  110-0  USA U20 Brunel University, London [-/-/-]

Nations Cup 2009 (Appleby College, Oakville, Canada)[edit]

Final Table[edit]

Position Nation Games Points Bonus points[2] Table
points
played won drawn lost for against Tries Losing
1  England 4 4 0 0 126 15 4 0 20
2  United States 4 2 1 1 76 61 1 0 11
3  France 4 1 2 1 52 82 0 0 8
4  Canada 4 1 0 3 52 66 1 2 7
5  South Africa 4 0 1 3 34 116 0 0 2

Results[edit]

Test no. 758
2009-08-10
France  17-17 South Africa  Oakville, Ontario
Tries: Sandrine Legros , Gabrielle Mutis
Con: Aurelie Bailon (2)
Pen: Aurelie Bailon
Tries: Marlize Jordaan (2)
Con: Zandile Nojoko (2)
Pen: Zandile Nojoko
Test no. 759
2009-08-10
England  36-7  United States Oakville, Ontario
Tries: Fiona Pocock (2), Emily Scarratt (2),
Sarah Beale , Joanna McGilchrist
Con: Katy Mclean (3)
Try: Amy Daniels
Con: Steph Bruce
Test no. 760
2009-08-13
England  43-8  France Oakville, Ontario
Tries: Katherine Merchant (3), Emily Scarratt (2), Danielle Waterman , Alice Richardson
Con: Katy Mclean 2
Try: Emilie Moreaux
Pen: Christelle Le Duff
Test no. 761
2009-08-13
Canada  35-17  South Africa Oakville, Ontario
Tries: Marlene Donaldson , Brooke Hilditch , Ashley Patzer , Laura Stoughton , Brittany Waters
Con: Ashley Patzer
Pen: Ashley Patzer
Tries: Natasha Hofmeester , Zandile Nojoko
Con: Zandile Nojoko (2)
Pen: Zandile Nojoko
Test no. 763
2009-08-16
South Africa  0-39  United States Oakville, Ontario
Tries: Victoria Folayan (2), Phaidra Knight (2), Christy Ringgenberg , Beckett Royce
Con: Christy Ringgenberg (4)
Test no. 764
2009-08-16
Canada  7-12  France Oakville, Ontario
Try: Barbara Mervin
Con: Anna Schnell
Pen: Aurelie Bailon (4)
Test no. 765
2009-08-19
England  25-0  South Africa Oakville, Ontario
Tries: Charlotte Barras (2), Rachael Burford , Katherine Merchant
Con: Alice Richardson
Pen: Alice Richardson
Test no. 766
2009-08-19
Canada  10-15  United States Oakville, Ontario
Tries: Tara Eckert , Brittany Waters Tries: Emilie Bydwell , Amy Daniels
Con: Steph Bruce
Pen: Steph Bruce
Test no. 767
2009-08-22
France  15-15  United States Fletchers Fields, Toronto
Tries: Celine Allainmat(2), Céline Barthelemy Tries: Victoria Folayan , Lynelle Kugler , Christy Ringgenberg
Test no. 768
2009-08-22
Canada  0-22  England Fletchers Fields, Toronto
Tries: Fiona Pocock, Rachael Burford, Sarah Hunter, Katherine Merchant
Con: Katy Mclean

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ 1 try scoring bonus for four or more tries, 1 losing bonus for losing by less than 7 points
  2. ^ 1 try scoring bonus for four or more tries, 1 losing bonus for losing by less than 7 points

External links[edit]

See also[edit]

Preceded by
Nations Cup 2008
Nations Cup
2009
Succeeded by
Nations Cup 2011