Lelo Saracens

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Lelo Saracens
Lelo Saracens logo.jpg
Full name Rugby Club Lelo Saracens
Founded 1969
Location Tbilisi, Georgia
Ground(s) Lelo "Arena" Stadium (Capacity: 3.000)
League(s) Didi 10
1st kit
2nd kit

Lelo Saracens (or formally Rugby Club Lelo Tbilisi) is a Georgian semi-professional rugby union club from Tbilisi, who plays in the Georgia Championship, the first division of Georgian rugby. The team was Champion in 2004, 2009 and 2013. In July 2014, they became part of the Saracens global network, the ninth club to do so.[1]

Achievements[edit]

  • Didi 10:
    • Winners (3): 2004, 2009, 2013
    • Runner-up (3): 2007, 2008, 2010
  • Georgia Cup:
    • Winners (3): 2008, 2009, 2010

Current squad[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national union as has been defined under WR eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-WR nationality.

Player Position Union
Levan Papidze Hooker Georgia (country) Georgia
Tengiz Zamtaradze Hooker Georgia (country) Georgia
Giorgi Lomtadze Hooker Georgia (country) Georgia
Soso Chkoidze Hooker Georgia (country) Georgia
Bachana Gogishvili Prop Georgia (country) Georgia
Luka Chelidze Prop Georgia (country) Georgia
Revaz Dugladze Prop Georgia (country) Georgia
Lasha Lortkipanidze Prop Georgia (country) Georgia
Revaz Margalitadze Prop Georgia (country) Georgia
Nika Mamisashvili Prop Georgia (country) Georgia
Zurab Julakidze Prop Georgia (country) Georgia
Luka Japaridze Prop Georgia (country) Georgia
Irakli Macharashvili Prop Georgia (country) Georgia
Giorgi Sanadze Prop Georgia (country) Georgia
Nika Svimonishvili Prop Georgia (country) Georgia
Davit Kavtaradze Prop Georgia (country) Georgia
Irakli Metaplishvili Prop Georgia (country) Georgia
Mate Dardzulidze Lock Georgia (country) Georgia
Giga Grigalashvili Lock Georgia (country) Georgia
Roland Kvachadze Lock Georgia (country) Georgia
Zurab Khorbaladze Lock Georgia (country) Georgia
Giorgi Kuchukhidze Lock Georgia (country) Georgia
Vasil Zghudadze Lock Georgia (country) Georgia
Archil Abesadze Flanker Georgia (country) Georgia
Tornike Bubuteishvili Flanker Georgia (country) Georgia
Sandro Mamamtavrishvili Flanker Georgia (country) Georgia
Levan Skhvitaridze Flanker Georgia (country) Georgia
Iago Geladze Flanker Georgia (country) Georgia
Saba Odikadze Flanker Georgia (country) Georgia
Tornike Panozashvili Number 8 Georgia (country) Georgia
Gaga Jgarkava Number 8 Georgia (country) Georgia
Player Position Union
Tornike Akhobadze Scrum-half Georgia (country) Georgia
Tengiz Peranidze Scrum-half Georgia (country) Georgia
Sandro Mindiashvili Scrum-half Georgia (country) Georgia
Otar Barkalaia Fly-half Georgia (country) Georgia
Rati Shanidze Fly-half Georgia (country) Georgia
Giorgi Asatiani Fly-half Georgia (country) Georgia
Merab Kvirikashvili Fly-half Georgia (country) Georgia
Beka Buadze Centre Georgia (country) Georgia
Beka Gavashelishvili Centre Georgia (country) Georgia
Revaz Jinjikhadze Centre Georgia (country) Georgia
Joni Khetsuriani Centre Georgia (country) Georgia
Alexander Todua Centre Georgia (country) Georgia
Tornike Tsertsvadze Centre Georgia (country) Georgia
Jaba Sikharulidze Wing Georgia (country) Georgia
Alexander Khetoidze Wing Georgia (country) Georgia
Koba Silagadze Wing Georgia (country) Georgia
Beka Abulashvili Wing Georgia (country) Georgia
Saba Nikolashvili Wing Georgia (country) Georgia
Demur Tapladze Wing Georgia (country) Georgia
Soso Matiashvili Fullback Georgia (country) Georgia
Beka Mamukashvili Fullback Georgia (country) Georgia
Irakli Kiasashvili Fullback Georgia (country) Georgia

Notable Former Players[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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