2010 Atlantic Cup
|Number of teams||3|
|Host country||United States|
|Attendance||4,100 (1,367 per match)|
|Tries scored||32 (10.67 per match)|
|Top try scorers|| Kenny Britt (4)
Greg Johnson (3)
Ashley Johnson (3)
The 2010 Atlantic Cup (known as the Hotels of Jacksonville Atlantic Cup for sponsorship purposes) was an international rugby league tournament played in Jacksonville, Florida, U.S. The competing teams were the United States, Jamaica and Canada.
The 2010 tournament is the second staging of the Atlantic Cup. The inaugural fixture was won by the United States, who defeated Jamaica 37–22. With the addition of Canada, the format of the tournament was changed from a single match to a round robin with no final. The United States retained the trophy by winning both of their games. Super League referee Phil Bentham was in charge of refereeing all three matches. Like the previous year's tournament, the 2010 match was held at Hodges Stadium at the University of North Florida.
USA's Australian-raised halfback Damien O’Malveney was named player of the tournament.
|Birmingham Bulldogs||Ashley Johnson|
|Bramley Buffaloes||Junior Henderson|
|Duhaney Park Sharks||Andre Reid, Damon Gayle, Jermaine Pinnock, Roy Calvert, Romaen Campbell, Ryan Grant|
|Gateshead Thunder||Joseph Brown|
|Huddersfield Giants||Alexander Brown, Greg Johnson|
|Hunslet Hawks||Waine Pryce|
|Keighley Cougars||Jamaine Wray|
|Harlequins RL||Lamont Bryan|
|Olympic Angels||Robert Rodney|
|Vauxhall Vultures||Andrew Fong, Claude Yen, Carlye Burger, Jahdeek Clarke, Omar Jones, Sandino Hastings, Tyronie Rowe|
|York City Knights||Wayne Reittie|
|Jacksonville Axemen||Apple Pope, Taco Pope, Bob Knoepfel, Brent Shorten, Kenny Britt, Matt Clark, Akarika Dawn, Matt Thornton,|
|Philadelphia Fight||Jared Frymoyer, Larry Madden|
|Aston Bulls||Mike Brazill, Luke Collins, Andrew Kneisly, Conway Maraki, Nate Smith, Kevin Wiggins|
|Maui||Vaka Manupuna, Sione Taufa|
|Connecticut Wildcats||Curtis Cunz, Will Garcia|
|New Haven Warriors||Keiki Misipeka, Siose Muliumu, Ewan Robinson, Derrick Roma, Damien O'Malveney|
|New York Knights RLFC||Kirk Miller, Sean Taylor, Gareth Baxendale|
|Tyler Allen, David Burton, Geoffrey Bylund, Stephen Conlon, Shane Ferrell, Antonio Felix, Dale Fitzgerald, Cameron Grace, Marc Hanke, Joshua In, Rafal Kacimarek, Thomas Kimball, Steve Lamb, Robin Lesault, Jamie Lester, Timothy Mason, Henry Miers, Adam Moody, Ben White, Mathew Wyles, Chris Fleming|
United States vs Jamaica
Tuesday, 16 November
|Tries: Conway Maraki (3), Kenny Britt (2), Sean Taylor, Matt Thornton, Nate Smith Goals: Nate Smith (4)||Report Report 2||Tries: Greg Johnson (2), Jamaine Wray, Alex Brown, Paul White Goals: Junior Brandford (3)|
Canada vs Jamaica
Thursday, 18 November
|Tries: Geoff Byland, Adam Moody, Matt Wyles||Report||Tries: Ashley Johnson (3), Greg Johnson (1), Paul White, Alex Brown
Goals: Paul White (4)
Hodges Stadium, Jacksonville, USA
Referee/s: Phil Bentham (England)
Man of the Match: Romaen Campbell
United States vs Canada
Saturday, 20 November
|Tries: Damien O'Malveney (3), Kenny Britt (2), Nate Smith (2), Sione Taufa, Mike Cartwright
Goals: Nate Smith (5)
|Report||Tries: Robin Legault (2)
Goals: Adam Moddy (1), Robin Legault (1)
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