Georgia national under-20 rugby union team

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Georgia
Union Georgian Rugby Union
Nickname(s) Junior Lelos
Emblem(s) Crepuscular rays
Coach(es) Ilia Maisuradze
Change kit

The Georgia national under-20 rugby union team is Georgia's junior national team.

Georgia defeated Portugal 44-14 in the final of the European Under-19 Championship to qualify for the 2015 World Rugby Under 20 Trophy.[1][2] In 2017, Georgia will host the World Rugby Under 20 Trophy.[3]

Squad[edit]

Squad to 2015 World Rugby Under 20 Trophy

Forwards

  • Beka Kakabadze
  • Badri Alkhazashvili
  • Roland Kvachadze
  • Davit Papavadze
  • Nika Neparidze
  • Lasha Sajaia
  • Giorgi Melikidze
  • Otar Giorgadze
  • Nika Svimonishvili
  • Giorgi Tsutskiridze
  • Beka Gorgadze
  • Tornike Zoidze
  • Tornike Bubuteishvili
  • Mikheil Babunashvili
 

Backs

  • Vasil Lobjanidze
  • Teimurazi Tutberidze
  • Giorgi Babunashvili
  • Revaz Jinchvelashvili
  • Davit Gulitashvili
  • Anzor Sichinava
  • Irakli Svanidze
  • Rati Shanidze
  • Ioseb Kikvadze
  • Badri Liparteliani
  • Giorgi Koshadze
  • Giorgi Kveseladze

Management[edit]

  • Ilia Maisuradze - Head Coach
  • Lado Kilasonia, Zurab Amonashvili and Gaga Gureshidze - Assistant Coaches
  • Irakli Chkonia and Giorgi Nadareishvii - Strength & Conditioning
  • Liam Robinson and Irakli Shaorshidze - Physiotherapists
  • Vakhtang Tsiklauri - Team Doctor
  • Davit Ramishvili - Video Analyst

2012 Junior World Trophy[edit]

Pool[edit]

3rd place[edit]

  •  Tonga 31 - 29 Georgia 

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ World Rugby.org (4 May 2015). "Georgia U20s hope to add to feel-good factor". Retrieved 15 May 2015. 
  2. ^ "Georgia win U19 title and qualify for Trophy". World Rugby.org. 23 October 2014. Retrieved 15 May 2015. 
  3. ^ World Rugby.org (14 May 2015). "Georgia to host World Rugby U20 Championship 2017". Retrieved 15 May 2015. 

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