2011 Women's European Trophy

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2011 Women's European Trophy
Tournament details
Host nation  Spain
Date 30 April 2011–
7 May 2011
Countries  England
 Finland
 France
 Italy
 Netherlands
 Russia
 Spain
 Sweden
Final positions
Champions  England
Runner-up  Spain
Tournament statistics
Matches played 16
Top scorer(s) Marina Bravo (ESP) (34 pts)
Most tries 3 (5 players)

The 2011 Women's European Trophy was the 16th rugby tournament organised by FIRA for the continent's national teams. The venues were in and around A Coruña in Spain, and the games have been played between 30 April and 7 May.[1]

Following Jean-Claude Baqué's statement before the 2010 tournament regarding the aims of the European Trophy, all Six Nations teams were to be "A" teams, and their matches were therefore not "tests". However, though they were called "France A" the French team were their main squad, while Italy "A" teams included 17 of the 22 players from the squad that beat Scotland in the Six Nations a few weeks before. England "A" was also a stronger than normal selection - 11 players had full international caps, including six who had played in the 2011 Six Nations.

Some of the largest crowds ever to watch women's rugby in Spain attended the home team's games, rising from 1,500 for their opening fixture to a near capacity 2,500 for the final.[2]

All games were 35 minutes each way.

Pool A[edit]

Position Nation Games Match points Bonus points Table
points
Played Won Drawn Lost For Against Tries (4+) Losing (<=7)
1  Spain 3 3 0 0 149 14 1 0 13
2  France A 3 2 0 1 160 18 2 1 11
3  Sweden 3 1 0 2 26 58 1 0 5
4  Finland 3 0 0 3 3 248 0 0 0

Results[edit]

Test no. -
2011-04-30
France A  40-3[3]  Sweden INEF Bastiagueiro
Referee: Claire Hodnett (ENG)
Tries: Manon Andre 4'
Marine de Nadai 14', 27'
Sandra Rabier 35'
Ludivine Coste 48', 61'
Convs: Marie Alice Yahe 14', 27', 35'
Clemence Gueucier 48', 61'
Pens: Rebecka Lundgren 33'
Test no. 884
2011-04-30
Spain  119-0[4]  Finland University of Coruña
Referee: Katharina Pickert (GER)
Tries: Marina Bravo 2', 37'
Angela Del Pan 4', 14'
Barbara Pla 7', 24'
Berta Garcia 11', 20'
Sara de la Llama 18'
Patricia Garcia 31'
Agurtza Obregozo 33'
Julia Pla 35', 39', 54'
Lia Bailan 42'
Meritxed Carreras 46'
Paula Medlin 55'
Marta Lliteras 59'
Isabel Rodriguuez 63'
Convs: Marina Bravo 2', 4', 11', 20', 35', 37', 39',
Patricia Garcia 42', 46', 54', 55', 59'
Test no. -
2011-05-02
Spain  12-11[5]  France A University of Coruña
Referee: Sherry Trumbull (CAN)
Tries: Aroa Gonzalez 14'
Penalty try 63'
Cons: Marina Bravo 64'
Tries: Andre Manon 32'
Pens: Laura Di Muzio 13', 17'
Test no. 885
2011-05-02
Finland  0-20[6]  Sweden A Malata Ferrol
Referee: Alexandra Pratt (SCO)
Tries: Rebecka Lundgren 17'
Katarina Boman 19'
Sofia Gertz 26'
Edena Alija 59'
Test no. 886
2011-05-04
Spain  18-3[7]  Sweden University of Coruña
Referee: Alexandra Pratt (SCO)
Tries: Barbara Pla 12'
Aroa Gonzalez 48'
Pens: Rocio Garcia 3'
Marina Bravo 55'
Pens: Emma Skagerlind 21'
Test no. -
2011-05-04
Finland  3-109[8]  France A INEF Bastiaqueiro
Referee: Itziar Diaz Murga (ESP)
Pens: Anna Soiluva 23' Tries: Andre Manon 2'
Clemence Gueucier 6', 9', 38'
Pauline Raymond 13', 25'
Laura Di Munzo 14'
Jennifer Troncy 32'
Audrey Anastiassadis 36'
Marjorie Mayans 42'
Gina Di Munzo 44'
Dioni Augerre 46'
Audrey Parra 49', 53'
Anais Poirot 53', 70'
Audrey Forlani 65'
Cons: Laura Di Munzo 3', 7', 10', 26', 33'
Dioni Augerre 16'
Clemence Gueucier 36', 40', 43', 47', 50'
Clemence Rousseau 70'

Pool B[edit]

Position Nation Games Match points Bonus points Table
points
Played Won Drawn Lost For Against Tries (4+) Losing (<=7)
1  England A 3 3 0 0 80 0 2 0 14
2  Italy A 3 1 0 2 51 25 1 2 7
3  Netherlands 3 1 0 2 30 70 0 1 5
4  Russia 3 1 0 2 17 83 0 0 4

Results[edit]

Test no. -
2011-04-30
England A  5-0[9]  Italy A University of Coruña
Referee: Sherri Trumbull (CAN)
Try: Kay Wilson 5'
Test no. 883
2011-04-30
Netherlands  10-17[10]  Russia INEF Bastiagueiro
Referee: Alexandra Pratt (SCO)
Tries: Christy Van Oorschot 38'
Rita Wiri 65'
Tries: Marina Petrova 4', 22'
Ann Gottseva 58'
Convs.: Natalia Selyutina 5'
Test no. -
2011-05-02
Italy A  34-0[11]  Russia Fortecarmoa, Vilagarcía
Referee: Claire Hodnett (ENG)
Tries: Sara Pettinelli 8'
Luna Nicchi 14', 54'
Michela Tondinelli 30'
M. Chiara Nespoli 34'
Cons: Michela Tondinelli 9', 15', 34'
Pens: Michela Tondinelli 20'
Test no. -
2011-05-02
England A  36-0[12]  Netherlands INEF Bastiaqueiro
Referee: Itziar DIAZ (ESP)
Tries: Marlie Packer 1'
Nicola Hoola 5', 32'
Kay Wilson 9'
Ceri Large 12'
Tamara Taylor 21'
Cons: Ceri Large 1', 5', 12'
Test no. -
2011-05-04
Italy A  17-20[13]  Netherlands A Malata, Ferrol
Referee: K Pickert (GER)
Tries: Manuela Furlan 38'
Lucia Gai 64'
Cons: Michela Tondinelli 38', 65'
Pens: Michela Tondinelli 56'
Tries: Alexia Mavroudis 32'
Nicole Kwee 48'
Joyce van Altena 70'
Cons: Rita Wiri 48'
Drop: Rita Wiri 29'
Test no. -
2011-05-04
England A  39-0[14]  Russia Fotecarmoa, Vilagarcía
Referee: Sherry Trumbull (CAN)
Tries: Francesca Matthews 3', 48'
Ceri Large 25', 58'
Sarah McKenna 34'
Nicole Hoole 65'
Charlotte Male 70'
Cons: Sarah McKenna 25', 35'

7th place[edit]

Test no. 887
2011-05-07
Finland  5-22  Russia INEF Bastiagueiro
Referee: Alexandra Pratt (SCO)
Try: Minna Raatikka 46' Tries: Ekaterin Kazakova 4', 52'
Marina Petrova 10'
Elena Smirnova 34'
Cons: Anastasii Mukhariamova 35'

5th place[edit]

Test no. 888
2011-05-07
Netherlands  21-5  Sweden INEF Bastiagueiro
Referee: Itziar Diaz (ESP)
Tries: Nicole Kwee 21', 58'
Lusan Beijens 61'
Cons: Rita Wiri 21', 60', 61'
Try: Katarina Boman 42'

3rd place[edit]

Test no. -
2011-05-07
France A  17-7  Italy A University of Coruña
Referee: Claire Hodnett (ENG)
Tries: Marjorie Mayans 9'
Audrey Parra 18'
Cons: Laura Di Muzio 14', 18'
Pens: Laura Di Muzio 41'
Try: Flavia Severin 26'
Cons: Michela Tondinelli 26'

Final[edit]

Test no. -
2011-05-07
Spain  3-5  England A University of Coruña
Referee: Sherry Trumbull (CAN)
Pen: Patricia Garcia 50' Try: Sarah Hunter 68'

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

External links[edit]

Preceded by
2010 Women's European Trophy
FIRA Women's European Championship
2011
Succeeded by
2012 Women's European Championship