2016 South American Rugby Championship "A"

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2016 South American Rugby Championship "A"
DateApril 23 – May 7, 2016
Countries Brazil
 Chile
 Paraguay
 Uruguay
Tournament statistics
Matches played6
2015
2017
Structure of the South America rugby union competition, in four levels with 13 countries.
Match between Uruguay and Chile

The 2016 South American Rugby Championship (Confederación Sudamericana de Rugby (CONSUR) Championship) Division A was the third edition of second level of the South American Rugby Championship. The tournament was played in a round-robin format with each team playing each other team once.[1] The two first teams won the right to compete in the top level tournament of South American Rugby Championship, called South America Rugby Cup

The first match of the 2016 Sudamérica Rugby Cup, between Uruguay and Chile, doubled as the closing match of the South American Rugby Championship.

Standings[edit]

Contested South American Cup in 2016
Place Nation Games Points Table
points
played won drawn lost for against diff
1  Uruguay (20) 3 3 0 0 135 43 +92 9
2  Chile (29) 3 1 1 1 102 66 +36 4
3  Brazil (38) 3 1 1 1 66 77 -11 4
4  Paraguay (37) 3 0 0 3 43 160 -117 0

Pre-tournament rankings are in parentheses.[2]

Matches[edit]

Week 1[edit]

23 April 2016
Brazil  14-36  Uruguay
Try: 20 Mark Jackson (1)
13 Felipe Sancery (1)
Con: 10 Moisés Duque (2)
[1] Try: 6 Gonzalo Campomar (2)
13 Joaquín Prada (1)
5 Diego Magno (1)
7 Juan Diego Ormeachea (1)
Con: 10 Martín Secco (3)
23 Santiago Martínez (1)
Pen: 10 Martín Secco (1)
Allianz Parque, Sao Paulo
Attendance: 7,692
23 April 2016
Chile  68-7  Paraguay
Try: 8 Benjamin Soto
2 Manuel Gurruchaga
15 Pablo Casas
14 Pedro Verschae
12 Germán Herrera
9 Juan Pablo Perrotta
10 Rodrigo Fernandez
13 Matías Nordenflycht
11 Matías Contreras
20 Gustavo Currasco
Con: 13 Matías Nordenflycht (6)
Pen: 13 Matías Nordenflycht (2)
[2] Try: 13 Sergio Alvargena
Con: 13 Sergio Alvargena

Week 2[edit]

30 April 2016
15:30 PYT (UTC-4)
Paraguay  15-60  Uruguay
[3]

30 April 2016
16:15 BRT (UTC-3)
Brazil  20-20  Chile
[4]

Week 3[edit]

7 May 2016
Uruguay  39 - 14  Chile

7 May 2016
Paraguay  21 - 32  Brazil

References[edit]