2014 Rugby Europe Sevens Grand Prix Series

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2014 Rugby Europe Sevens Grand Prix Series
Hosts France
 Russia
 England
 Romania
Date8 June - 21 September
Nations12
Final positions
Champions France
Runners-up Scotland
Third England
2013
2015

2014 Sevens Grand Prix Series is the 13th round of the Sevens Grand Prix Series (formerly known as the European Sevens Championship) for rugby sevens organised by the FIRA – Association of European Rugby.

Series[edit]

Date Venue Winner Runner-up Third
8–9 June Lyon, France  France  Belgium  Spain
28–29 June Moscow, Russia  England  Portugal  Scotland
13–14 September Manchester, England  England  France  Russia
20–21 September Bucharest, Romania  France  Spain  Scotland

Lyon[edit]

Event Winners Score Finalists Semifinalists
Cup  France 40–10  Belgium  Spain (Third)
 Russia
Plate  Scotland 21–15  Georgia  England (Seventh)
 Germany
Bowl  Italy 24-14  Wales  Portugal (Eleventh)
 Romania

Moscow[edit]

Event Winners Score Finalists Semifinalists
Cup  England 47–12  Portugal  Scotland (Third)
 Georgia
Plate  Wales 24–12  Russia  Belgium (Seventh)
 France
Bowl  Italy 22-0  Spain  Germany (Eleventh)
 Romania

Manchester[edit]

Event Winners Score Finalists Semifinalists
Cup  England 28–21  France  Russia (Third)
 Spain
Plate  Scotland 33–7  Belgium  Wales (Seventh)
 Germany
Bowl  Portugal 26-7  Romania  Italy (Eleventh)
 Georgia

Bucharest[edit]

Event Winners Score Finalists Semifinalists
Cup  France 21–17  Spain  Scotland (Third)
 Russia
Plate  Belgium 24–19  Wales  Germany (Seventh)
 England
Bowl  Georgia 12-7  Portugal  Italy (Eleventh)
 Romania

Grand Prix standings[edit]

Legend
Winner
Relegated to Division A for 2015
Rank Team Lyon Moscow Manchester Bucharest Points
1st, gold medalist(s)  France 20 6 18 20 64
2nd, silver medalist(s)  Scotland 12 15 12 15 54
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  England 7 20 20 6 53
4  Russia 14 10 15 14 53
5  Spain 15 3 14 18 50
6  Belgium 18 7 10 12 47
7  Wales 3 12 7 10 32
8  Georgia 10 14 1 4 29
9  Portugal 2 18 4 3 27
10  Germany 6 2 6 7 21
11  Italy 4 4 2 2 12
12  Romania 1 1 3 1 6

Note: England finishes above Russia due to tiebreaker of highest point difference.

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