2010 Women's European Trophy

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2010 Women's European Trophy
Date 8 May 2010–
15 May 2010
Countries  Belgium
 France A
 Germany
 Italy
 Netherlands
 Russia
 Spain
 Sweden
Final positions
Champions  Spain
Runner-up  Italy
Tournament statistics
Matches played 16
Top scorer(s) Netherlands Lorraine Laros
Netherlands Elke van Meer (30 points)
Most tries Netherlands Elke van Meer (6 tries)
2009
2011

The 2010 FIRA tournament included all the continent's major teams who did not qualify for the World Cup, plus Sweden (who did qualify) and a France "A" team. Prior to the tournament Jean-Claude Baqué, Chairman of the FIRA-AER, explained the philosophy of the European Trophy. "The European Trophy is an important tournament for the development of women 15's rugby within Europe. The European Championship takes place each four years (Note: next edition in 2012) but the FIRA-AER must propose games to emerging unions through a serious competition and with the help of the big nations" Unusually, and for no published reason, all games were only 35 minutes per half.

Pool A[edit]

Position Nation Games Points Table
points
Played Won Drawn Lost For Against Difference Tries
1  Spain 3 3 0 0 114 17 97 18 15
2  Netherlands 3 2 0 1 100 31 69 16 9
3  France A 3 1 0 2 80 36 44 14 5
4  Belgium 3 0 0 3 0 210 -210 0 0

Results[edit]

Test no. -
2010-05-08
France A  70-0  Belgium Plaine des Jeux, Longwy, Meurthe-et-Moselle
Referee: Katharina Pickert (Germany)
Tries: Milena Soloch 4', 23', 47'
Sandra Rabier 11'
Clarisse Fell 17'
Nadège Casenave 26', 35'
Camille Grassineau 36'
Anne Rambaud 56'
Hayate Chrouky 58'
Elodie Martin 60'
Cyndia Mansard 69'
Cons: Aurelia Cellier 23', 36', 47', 56', 69'
Test no. 807
2010-05-08
Netherlands  12-26  Spain Plaine des Jeux, Longwy, Meurthe-et-Moselle
Referee: Sylvie Bros (France)
Tries: Kelly van Harskamp 7', 42'
Con: Lorraine Laros 7'
Tries: Aitziber Porras 23', 34'
Patricia García 29'
Ana María Aigneren 40'
Cons: Marina Bravo 23', 29', 40'
Test no. -
2010-05-10
France A  5-22  Spain Stade du Parc de Londres, Verdun, Meuse
Referee: Sherry Trumbull (Canada)
Try: Alexandra Pertus 20' Tries: Isabel Rodriguez 6', 23'
Bárbara Pla 33'
Ángela Del Pan 39'
Con: Marina Bravo 23'
Test no. 810
2010-05-10
Belgium  0-74  Netherlands Stade du Parc de Londres, Verdun, Meuse
Referee: Joyce Henry (Canada)
Tries: Elke van Meer 5', 39', 44'
Rita Wiri 15', 24'
Kelly van Harskamp 19'
Lusan Beijens 27', 65'
Dorien Eppink 32'
Inge Visser 50'
Joyce van Altena 56'
Anne Hielckert 58'
Cons: Kelly van Harskamp 19'
Lorraine Laros 24', 27', 39', 50', 56', 65'
Test no. 813
2010-05-12
Belgium  0-66  Spain Stade de la Grange aux Bois, Metz, Moselle
Referee: Katharina Pickert (Germany)
Tries: Berta García 7'
Aitziber Porras 12'
Marta Pocurull 17', 49'
Vanessa Rial 20'
Lía Bailán 31', 64'
Isabel Rodríguez 34'
Elizabeth Martínez 45', 47'
Cons: Isabel Dólera 12', 17', 20', 31', 34', 45', 47', 49'
Test no. -
2010-05-12
France A  5-14  Netherlands Stade de la Grange aux Bois, Metz, Moselle
Referee: Joyce Henry (Canada)
Try: Alexandra Pertus 51' Tries: Kelly van Harskamp 15'
Joyce van Altena 42'
Cons: Lorraine Laros 15', 42'

Pool B[edit]

Position Nation Games Points Table
points
Played Won Drawn Lost For Against Difference Tries
1  Italy 3 3 0 0 86 0 86 13 14
2  Sweden 3 2 0 1 61 10 51 10 10
3  Russia 3 1 0 2 17 79 -62 3 4
4  Germany 3 0 0 3 14 89 -75 2 1

Results[edit]

Test no. 808
2010-05-08
Germany  0-43  Italy Stade Grubfeld, Sélestat, Bas-Rhin
Referee: Joyce Henry (Canada)
Tries: Maria Diletta Veronese 10', 35'
Manuela Furlan 22', 68'
Maria Grazia Cioffi 31'
Elisa Cucchiella 39'
Claudia Tedeschi 45'
Cons: Veronica Schiavon 22', 31', 39', 45'
Test no. 809
2010-05-08
Russia  0-32  Sweden Stade Grubfeld, Sélestat, Bas-Rhin
Referee: Sherry Trumbull (Canada)
Tries: Jennifer Lindholm 3', 13'
Ninni Giebat Johansson 28'
Jennie Öhman 43'
Lina Norman 51'
Cons: Ulrika Andersson Hall 28', 51'
Pen: Ulrika Andersson Hall 18'
Test no. 811
2010-05-10
Italy  33-0  Russia Stade de l'Europe, Colmar, Haut-Rhin
Referee: Sylvie Bros (France)
Tries: Chiara Castellarin 17', 40'
Maria Diletta Veronese 35'+1'
Germana Raponi 46'
Elisa Rochas 55'
Con: Michela Tondinelli 55'
Pens: Michela Tondinelli 5', 31'
Test no. 812
2010-05-10
Germany  0-29  Sweden Stade de l'Europe, Colmar, Haut-Rhin
Referee: Barbara Guastini (Italy)
Tries: Ulrika Andersson Hall 2', 29'
Anna Larsson 15'
Sara Åkerman 20'
Sofia Torstensson 65'
Cons: Lina Norman 15', 20'
Test no. 814
2010-05-12
Italy  10-0  Sweden Parc des Sports, Haguenau, Bas-Rhin
Referee: Sherry Trumbull (Canada)
Try: Maria Diletta Veronese 29'
Con: Veronica Schiavon 29'
Pen: Veronica Schiavon 70'+5'
Test no. 815
2010-05-12
Germany  14-17  Russia Parc des Sports, Haguenau, Bas-Rhin
Referee: Sylvie Bros (France)
Tries: Ninja Duri 35'
Lisa Maral 43'
Cons: Maike Tetz 35', 43'
Tries: Tatiana Sokolova 16', 30'
Nadezda Yarmotskaya 70'
Con: Natalia Alexeeva 30'

7th place[edit]

Test no. 822
2010-05-15
Belgium  5-5[1]  Germany Centre sportif de Hautepierre, Strasbourg, Bas-Rhin
Referee: Barbara Guastini (Italy)[2]
Try: Cathy de Geyter 3' Try: Jacqueline Peisker 55'

5th place[edit]

Test no. -
2010-05-15
France A  35-0  Russia Stade de la Meinau, Strasbourg, Bas-Rhin
Referee: Katharine Pickert (Germany)[2]
Tries: Sandra Rabier 17'
Cyndia Mansard 24'
Koumiba Djossouvi 28', 68'
Sylvie Bernard 34'
Camille Grassineau 46'
Con: Aurelia Cellier 24'
Pen: Aurelia Cellier 14'

3rd place[edit]

Test no. 823
2010-05-15
Netherlands  47-19  Sweden Complexe sportif Albert Schweitzer, Illkirch-Graffenstaden, Bas-Rhin
Referee: Joyce Henry (Canada)[2]
Tries: Kelly van Harskamp 16'
Pien Selbeck 28', 35'+5'
Dorien Eppink 48'
Elke van Meer 62', 67', 70'
Cons: Lorraine Laros 16', 28', 35'+5', 48', 62', 67'
Tries: Frida Ryberg 9'
Elisabeth Österberg 13'
Henriette Högberg 70'+2'
Cons: Ulrika Andersson Hall 13', 70'+2'

Final[edit]

Test no. 824
2010-05-15
Italy  13-31  Spain Stade de la Meinau, Strasbourg, Bas-Rhin
Referee: Sherry Trumbull (Canada)[2]
Try: Manuela Furlan 53'
Con: Veronica Schiavon 53'
Pens: Veronica Schiavon 3', 33'
Tries: Ana María Aignaren 19'
Bárbara Pla 25'
García Rocío 44'
Julia Pla 50'
Marta Pocurull 59'
Cons: Marina Bravo 25', 44', 59'

Point scorers[edit]

Other point scorers[edit]

14 points: Marina Bravo (Spain)
10 points: Ana María Aigneren (Spain), Joyce van Altena (Netherlands), Lía Bailán (Spain), Lusan Beijens (Netherlands), Nadège Casenave (France A), Chiara Castellarin (Italy), Koumiba Djossouvi (France A), Dorien Eppink (Netherlands), Camille Grassineau (France A), Jennifer Lindholm (Sweden), Cyndia Mansard (France A), Elizabeth Martínez (Spain), Alexandra Pertus (France A), Bárbara Pla (Spain), Sandra Rabier (France A), Pien Selbeck (Netherlands), Tatiana Sokolova (Russia), Maike Tetz (Germany)
9 points: Lina Norman (Sweden)
8 points: Michela Tondinelli (Italy)
5 points: Sara Åkerman (Sweden), Sylvie Bernard (France A), Hayate Chrouky (France A), Maria Grazia Cioffi (Italy), Elisa Cucchiella (Italy), Cathy de Geyther (Belgium), Ángela Del Pan (Spain), Ninja Duri (Germany), Clarisse Fell (France A), Berta García (Spain), Patricia García (Spain), Anne Hielckert (Netherlands), Henriette Högberg (Sweden), Ninni Giebat Johansson (Sweden), Anna Larsson (Sweden), Lisa Maral (Germany), Jennie Öhman (Sweden), Elisabeth Österberg (Sweden), Jaqueline Peisker (Germany), Julia Pla (Spain), Anna Rambaud (France A), Germana Raponi (Italy), Vanessa Rial (Spain), Elisa Rochas (Italy), García Rocío (Spain), Frida Ryberg (Sweden), Claudia Tedeschi (Italy), Sofia Torstensson (Sweden), Inge Visser (Netherlands), Rita Wiri (Netherlands), Nadezda Yarmotskaya (Russia)
2 points: Natalia Alexeeva (Russia)

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Germany win penalty kicking decider for 7th place
  2. ^ a b c d "Referee for the finals of Women European Throphy". May 14, 2010. Retrieved May 14, 2010. [dead link]

External links[edit]

Preceded by
2009 FIRA Women's European Trophy
FIRA Women's European Championship
2010
Succeeded by
2011 Women's European Trophy