Hungary women's national rugby union team

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Hungary
Union Hungarian Rugby Union
Coach(es) Hungary László Csont
Captain(s) Hungary Mária Gyolcsos
Most caps (-)
Top scorer (-)
Team kit

The Hungary national women's rugby union team are the national women's rugby union team of Hungary. They have thus far only played in sevens tournaments and they have yet to qualify for the Women's Rugby World Cup.

On 5 April 2010 they won the ENTC (Emerging Nations Training Camp) Test European Championship 7's which was held in the village of Zánka, Hungary.[1] They beat Poland 24-0 in the final.

On 2014 they won the European Division B tournament which was held in the Lithuanian capital, Vilnius. They beat Serbia 43-0 and Luxemburg with 47-0, and they won against Israel with 35-12 at the semi-finals. They won the finals against Lithuania with 40-5.[2]

Results[edit]

2010[edit]

Women's rugby – Hungarian internationals in 2010
Date Location Opposition Result Tournament
1–5 April Zánka  Finland 21-5 ENTC Test European Championship 7's
1–5 April Zánka Poland Poland 14-10 ENTC Test European Championship 7's
1–5 April Zánka  Austria 29-5 ENTC Test European Championship 7's
1–5 April Zánka  Czech Republic 26-0 ENTC Test European Championship 7's
1–5 April Zánka Poland Poland 24-10 ENTC Test European Championship 7's (Final)

Current squad[edit]

The squad[3] for the 2010 ENTC Test European Championship 7's:

  1. Mária Gyolcsos
  2. Csilla Fehér
  3. Noémi Kis
  4. Beáta Szalai
  5. Brigitta Kiss
  6. Anita Deák
  7. Zsuzsanna Jakab
  8. Beatrix Sólyom
  9. Anett Pintér
  10. Veronika Kovács
  11. Aliz Krizsák
  12. Katalin Huszti
  13. Judit Kovács

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