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2018 Men’s 15s

 

Due to the cancellation of the Cayman Islands versus Trinidad & Tobago match, by Trinidad & Tobago, scheduled for June 23rd, and the inability to re-schedule the match, the matches between Trinidad & Tobago and Bermuda and Trinidad & Tobago and USA South are now deemed not to form part of the 2018 RAN Senior Men’s 15’s Championship Division and hence have been removed from the Championship Division standings.

Squad lists will be made available prior to match days. Teams with no players listed have not provided squad lists.

Top Players 2018

PlayerTeamPositionTCPDGPts
Steve MillerJamaicaForward400020
Ryan GrantJamaicaBack320019
Ethon DwyerJamaicaForward300015
Manuel GuerreroDominican Republicbacks300015
Daniel FigueroaDominican Republicbacks140013
Oshane EdieJamaicaBack210012
Eddie AbreuDominican Republicbacks200010
Victor SilverioDominican RepublicForward200010
Jeren ClarkeBarbadosForward200010
Stephen MillarBarbadosForward200010

Barbados

RankPlayerTeamPositionTCPDGPts
1Jeren ClarkeBarbadosForward200010
2Stephen MillarBarbadosForward200010
3Kevin CarterBarbadosBack03006
4Nico BluntBarbadosBack10005
5Zayn NicholsonBarbadosBack10005
6Kean BlackmanBarbadosForward00000
7Nickolie BonnettBarbadosForward00000
8Jae BowenBarbadosBack00000
9David BurkeBarbadosForward00000
10Jermaine BynoeBarbadosForward00000

Bermuda



Curacao

RankPlayerTeamPositionTCPDGPts
1YEDNEY AMERICACuracao10005
2Rob PerrieCuracaoScrum half10005
3Chris OcaliaCuracaoBack10005
4BJORN UITVLUGTCuracao01002
5DENNIS RIEETBERGCuracao00000
6Alton JansenCuracaoFront Row00000
7Rietberg DennisCuracaoFront Row00000
8Udemar di Hesus HawkerCuracaoFront Row00000
9MARTIS CURLEYSONCuracao00000
10Fabian HawkerCuracao00000

Dominican Republic

RankPlayerTeamPositionTCPDGPts
1Manuel GuerreroDominican Republicbacks310017
2Daniel FigueroaDominican Republicbacks12009
3Victor SilverioDominican RepublicForward10005
4Arnold FigueroaDominican Republicbacks10005
5Eddie AbreuDominican Republicbacks10005
6Dioskar AbreuDominican Republicbacks10005
7Brahian GomezDominican RepublicForward10005
8Andres PepinDominican RepublicForward00000
9David ViloriaDominican RepublicForward00000
10Raul CifuenteDominican RepublicForward00000

Guadeloupe

RankPlayerTeamPositionTCPDGPts
1Thomas GoubanGuadeloupeBack200010
2BAPTISTE MAGNIONTGuadeloupe10005
3Mathieu NicolauGuadeloupeBack10005
4PIERRE BOCHINGERGuadeloupeBack10005
5KYLLIAN JOURSONGuadeloupeBack10005
6YANN GUENECGuadeloupeBack10005
7MARTIN GIRAUDGuadeloupeBack01105
8DAMIEN CARRICARTGuadeloupeForward02004
9RYAN PACOMEGuadeloupe00000
10PACOME RyanGuadeloupeForward00000

Jamaica

#PlayerTeamPositionTCPDGPts
1TakeemJamaicaBack00000
2Steve MillerJamaicaForward400020
3Shaneal BrownJamaicaForward00000
4Shade WhiteJamaicaForward00000
5Ryan GrantJamaicaBack320019
6Rajae BrownJamaicaBack00000
7Raheem SweeneyJamaicaForward00000
8Oshane EdieJamaicaBack210012
9Omar JonesJamaicaForward00000
10Odane LalorJamaicaForward10005

Trinidad & Tobago


2018 Men’s 15s Championship

PosTeamPWLDPFPAPDPts
1220090424810
221103461-274
320204768-212

Due to the cancellation of the Cayman Islands versus Trinidad & Tobago match, by Trinidad & Tobago, scheduled for June 23rd, and the inability to re-schedule the match, the matches between Trinidad & Tobago and Bermuda and Trinidad & Tobago and USA South are now deemed not to form part of the 2018 RAN Senior Men’s 15’s Championship Division and hence have been removed from the Championship Division standings.

2018 Men’s 15s Cup

PosTeamPWLDPFPAPDPts
1220096435310
220204396-530

2018 Men’s 15s Trophy

PosTeamPWLDPFPAPDPts
121104424206
22110635675
321102451-274

2019 Rugby World Cup Qualification Process

The qualification process for the Americas region is a four round process, the same process used for the 2015 Americas qualification. Round 1 took place in 2016, where the 2016 Rugby Americas North Championship acted as the qualification tournament, Round 1A. The nine World Rugby members in the RAN were separated into two zones, a south and north zone. The bottom placed team from the 2015 tournament, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, had to play returning team to the tournament, Jamaica, to earn the right to compete in the main tournament, with Jamaica winning and earning the right to compete in the south zone. The winners of each zone, Guyana and Mexico, competed in the Championship final to earn the right to progress to the Round 1 final, with Mexico winning 32-3. Mexico then went on to face the winners of Round 1B, which was formed by the 2016 South American Rugby Championship “B”. There, Columbia beat Mexico 29-11, knocking them out of the 2019 Rugby World Cup Qualification process. Scores from the 2016 RAN Men’s qualifications are below.

Round 2 also took place in 2016, with the 2016 South American Rugby Championship “A” forming Round 2A. 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, Uruguay and Chile, 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.

Round 3 will take place starting in May 2017, with the top CONSUR division, 2017 South American Rugby Championship “A”, forming Round 3A. The winner of that round will advance to Round 4, and will play a home and away playoff series against the loser of Round 3B. Round 3B will be formed by a home and away playoff series between the top two Americas nations, Canada and the United States, where the winner of the playoff series qualifying as Americas 1. Details can be found here.

Round 4 will see the winner of Round 3A play against the loser of Round 3B in a home and away playoff series in 2018. The winner of the playoff series will qualify as Americas 2, with the loser advancing to the Repechage as Americas 3 for a second chance to qualify.

Rugby World Cup 2019 in Japan will again feature 20 teams. Twelve teams qualified directly by virtue of finishing in the top three of their respective pools at RWC 2015 in England. They are champions New Zealand, hosts Japan, Argentina, Australia, England, France, Georgia, Ireland, Italy, Scotland, South Africa and Wales.

To find out more about the Rugby World Cup Qualification process, please visit rugbyworldcup.com.

2016 RAN Men’s 15s Rugby World Cup Qualification Results