Yamaha Júbilo

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Yamaha Jubilo
ヤマハ発動機ジュビロ
2004 logo yamahajubilo.png
Full name Yamaha Jubilo
Union Japan Rugby Football Union
Nickname(s) Jubilo
Founded 1984
Location Iwata, Shizuoka, Japan
Ground(s) Yamaha Stadium
Coach(es) Kevin Schuler
Team kit
2nd kit

Yamaha Jubilo is a rugby union team based in Iwata, Shizuoka. The team came second behind Toshiba Brave Lupus in the second season of Japanese rugby's Top League (2004-5). They were coached by former All Black Grant Batty and Fijian player-coach Tabai Matson.

The team name Júbilo means 'joy' in Portuguese.

2011–12 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
Keita Kato Hooker Japan Japan
Takayuki Kitagawa Hooker Japan Japan
Shinichi Furukawa Hooker Japan Japan
Hisashi Sakaigawa Prop Japan Japan
Ryo Yamamura Prop Japan Japan
Shigeyasu Takagi Prop Japan Japan
Yuta Ito Prop Japan Japan
Satoshi Nakatani Prop Japan Japan
Daisuke Nonaka Prop Japan Japan
Masaru Ishigami Lock Japan Japan
Rory Duncan Lock South Africa South Africa
Yuta Kasahara Lock Japan Japan
Keisuke Yagishita Lock Japan Japan
Shunji Honma Flanker Japan Japan
Jerry Collins Flanker New Zealand New Zealand
Deryck Thomas Flanker Fiji Fiji
Noriya Kobayashi Flanker Japan Japan
Koichi Kubo Flanker Japan Japan
Teppei Yagi Flanker Japan Japan
Yoshikazu Kushida Flanker Japan Japan
Noboru Sawada Flanker Japan Japan
Hajime Kiso Number 8 Japan Japan
Mose Tuiali'i Number 8 New Zealand New Zealand
Player Position Union
Takashi Sato Scrum-half Japan Japan
Yuki Yatomi Scrum-half Japan Japan
Kenji Oka Scrum-half Japan Japan
Shotaro Ohnishi Fly-half Japan Japan
Tatsuhiko Otao Centre Japan Japan
Koji Misumi Centre Japan Japan
Male Sau Centre Japan Japan
Grant McQuoid Centre New Zealand New Zealand
Tane Tu'ipulotu Centre New Zealand New Zealand
Joshua Timothy Levi Centre New Zealand New Zealand
Yusuke Nakagaki Centre Japan Japan
Takuya Nakajima Centre Japan Japan
Koji Tomioka Wing Japan Japan
Kaoru Matsushita Wing Japan Japan
Kilryong So Wing Japan Japan
Shinji Nakazono Wing Japan Japan
Yoshihide Nagamoto Wing Japan Japan
Waisake Sotutu Wing Fiji Fiji
Ayumu Goromaru Fullback Japan Japan
Atsuyuki Tsujii Fullback Japan Japan

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Former players[edit]

Coaches[edit]

References[edit]

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