US Dax

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Dax
US Dax logo.png
Full name Union Sportive Dacquoise
Founded 1904; 110 years ago (1904)
Location Dax, France
Ground(s) Stade Maurice Boyau (Capacity: 15,000)
President France Gilbert Ponteins
Coach(es) France Olivier Roumat,
France Jean-Philippe Coyola and
France Frédéric Garcia
Captain(s) France Yves Pedrosa
League(s) Pro D2
2013–14 13th
1st kit
2nd kit
Official website
www.usdax.fr

Union sportive dacquoise, also known as US Dax, is a French rugby union club currently playing in Rugby Pro D2, the second level of the French league system.

They were founded in 1904. They play at Stade Maurice Boyau (capacity 15,000). They wear red and white. They are based in Dax in the Landes département of Aquitaine.

Honours[edit]

Finals results[edit]

French championship[edit]

Date Winner Runner-up Score Venue Spectators
3 June 1956 FC Lourdes US Dax 20-0 Stadium Municipal, Toulouse 38,426
28 May 1961 AS Béziers US Dax 6-3 Stade de Gerland, Lyon 35,000
2 June 1963 Stade Montois US Dax 9-6 Parc Lescure, Bordeaux 39,000
22 May 1966 SU Agen US Dax 9-8 Stadium Municipal, Toulouse 28,803
20 May 1973 Stadoceste Tarbais US Dax 18-12 Stadium Municipal, Toulouse 26,952

Squad will be updated once season 2012-2013 commences and all recruits have been finalised. sorry for any inconvinience.

Current standings[edit]

2013–14 Rugby Pro D2 Table watch · edit · discuss
Club Played Won Drawn Lost Points For Points Against Points Difference Try Bonus Losing Bonus Points
1 Lyon (C) 30 25 0 5 877 480 397 14 3 117
2 Agen (RU) 30 21 0 9 774 534 240 7 7 98[n 1]
3 La Rochelle (P) 30 21 1 8 723 476 247 8 4 98
4 Pau (SF) 30 20 1 9 635 503 132 5 6 93
5 Narbonne (SF) 30 18 1 11 801 603 198 8 6 88
6 Tarbes 30 17 1 12 658 577 81 5 5 80
7 Mont-de-Marsan 30 12 3 15 597 575 22 4 10 68
8 Bourgoin 30 13 2 15 597 598 -1 4 7 67
9 Colomiers 30 13 2 15 568 532 36 1 9 66
10 Béziers 30 11 1 18 521 688 -167 3 11 60
11 Aurillac 30 12 0 18 602 709 -107 4 7 59
12 Albi 30 11 2 17 603 728 -125 1 5 54
13 Dax 30 11 2 17 457 705 -248 0 5 53
14 Carcassonne 30 10 0 20 580 795 -215 1 9 50
15 Auch (R) 30 8 3 19 485 759 -274 2 4 44
16 Bourg-en-Bresse (R) 30 7 1 22 537 753 -216 0 11 41
Green background (row 1) Champions automatically promoted to Top 14. Yellow background denotes winner of the promotion play-offs.
Blue background denotes other teams that qualified for the promotion play-offs. Red background (row 15 and 16) will be relegated to Fédérale 1.
Source:Midol Updated: 25 May 2014
  1. ^ Agen won the head-to-head matches with La Rochelle 9 – 0 on match points so rank above them.

Current squad[edit]

2012–13 season
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
Boris Béthéry Hooker France France
Emmanuel Maignien Hooker France France
Victor Damian Arias Prop France France
Rémy Hugues Prop France France
Renaud Boyoud Prop France France
Yassin Boutemane Prop France France
Mickaël Bert Lock France France
Jacques Naude Lock South Africa South Africa
Thomas Vervoort Lock France France
Jérémy Dumont Lock France France
Bastien Adrillon Flanker France France
Anthony Coletta Flanker France France
Mathieu Lièvremont Flanker France France
Charlie Ternisien Flanker France France
Arthur Chollon Flanker France France
Olivier August Flanker France France
Noa Soqeta Number 8 Fiji Fiji
Player Position Union
Matt Henjak Scrum-half Australia Australia
Étienne Quiniou Scrum-half France France
Anthony Salle-Cane Scrum-half France France
Joji Raqamate Scrum-half Fiji Fiji
Romain Lacoste Fly-half France France
Maxime Mathy Fly-half France France
Jacques-Louis Potgieter Fly-half South Africa South Africa
Guillaume Devade Centre France France
Mark Ireland Centre England England
Rémi Vignau Centre France France
Clemens von Grumbkow Centre Germany Germany
Marius Delport Centre South Africa South Africa
Samy Ben Letaief Wing France France
Simon Ternisien Wing France France
Jean-Mathieu Alcalde Fullback France France
Mathieu Bourret Fullback France France
Clinton Sills Fullback Australia Australia

Notable former players[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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