Slava Moscow

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Slava Moscow
Full name RK Glory ShVSM Slava Rugby
Founded 1974
Location Moscow, Russia
Ground(s) Slava Stadium (Capacity: 1,000)
Coach(es) Russia Sergei Lysko
League(s) Professional Rugby League

Slava Moscow is a Russian rugby union club from Moscow. They participate in the Professional Rugby League, the premier rugby competition of Russia. The club is one of the strongest in the country though they struggle to compete against the more professional outfits from Krasnoyarsk and their near neighbour VVA Monino. They have a particularly strong amateur foundation built on a solid youth program and as such field far more local Russian players than the other top sides. They play in yellow and red.

History[edit]

Results[edit]

  • Soviet Championships: 1979, 1982
  • Soviet Runners Up: 1976, 1977, 1985, 1986
  • Professional Rugby League Runners Up : 2008

2011 Squad[edit]

Current squad[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
Alexei Chernyshev Prop Russia Russia
Alexei Abarkin Prop Russia Russia
Vladimir Orlov Prop Russia Russia
Andrei Igretsov Prop Russia Russia
Sergey Popov Hooker Russia Russia
Sergey Chernyshev Hooker Russia Russia
Ilya Osminko Lock Russia Russia
Andreï Mamotchka Lock Russia Russia
Andrei Hvorostyanoy Lock Russia Russia
Denis Antonov Flanker Russia Russia
Sergey Dokalov Flanker Russia Russia
Nikita Medkov Flanker Russia Russia
Dimitri Polovykh Flanker Russia Russia
Mikhail Sidorov Number 8 Russia Russia
Vladimir Soldatov Number 8 Russia Russia
Player Position Union
Alexei Artaunov Scrum-half Russia Russia
Gleb Babkine Scrum-half Russia Russia
Andreï Bykanov Scrum-half Russia Russia
Maxim Martysh Scrum-half Russia Russia
Alexander Kapralov Fly-half Russia Russia
Gareth Lucas Fly-half Wales Wales
Sergey Sugrobov Fly-half Russia Russia
Alexei Babiev Centre Russia Russia
Vladimir Kondrashov Centre Russia Russia
Rhys Pollard Centre Wales Wales
Andreï Horohorin Centre Russia Russia
Nikita Zingalev Wing Russia Russia
Timur Temiev Wing Russia Russia
Evgeny Bystryakov Wing Russia Russia
Alexander Zhuravlev Fullback Russia Russia

International honours[edit]

2011 Signings[edit]

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