6th Rugby Sevens World Cup - Everything Thread (IC)

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6th Rugby Sevens World Cup - Everything Thread (IC)

Postby The Grearish Union » Mon Apr 26, 2021 3:18 am

  • Each team will play each other team in their pool in a single round-robin of 6 games each.
  • 3 points will be earned for a win, 2 for a draw, and 1 point for a loss.
  • Teams placed 1st and 2nd from each pool will proceed to a single-elimination Cup bracket.
  • Teams placed 3rd and 4th from each pool will proceed to a single-elimination Plate bracket.
  • Teams placed 5th and 6th from each pool will proceed to a single-elimination Bowl bracket.
  • The tiebreakers will be, in order: points, wins, points difference, head to head results, drawing of lots.
  • The xkoranate formula for rugby union sevens does not have room for style modifiers, so they need not be specified/included.
  • All cutoffs will be at 1800 GMT on scorination days. 2330 IST for the host.
  • Pot 1: Lisander (1), Elejamie (2), Abanhfleft (3), Copper Cuprum (4)
  • Pot 2: Darmen (9), Nova Anglicana (10), Barunia (12), TJUN-ia (13)
  • Pot 3: Alice Bay (18), Hebitaka (22), Hannasean Federation (24), San Ortelio (25)
  • Pot 4: Pratapgadh (26), Quebec and Shingoryeo (28), United States of Devonta (30), Commonwealth of Baker Park (39)
  • Pot 5: Grearish Union (59), Sannyamathland (61), Placely Placington (UR), The Licentian Isles (UR)
  • Pot 6: Kriegiersien (UR), Shreekaristan (UR), Darkmania (UR), Bollonich (UR)
  • Pot 7: Udmar (UR), Suimede (UR), Queenisa (UR), Sevendia (UR)
Pool A
Grearish Union (59)
Barunia (12)
Quebec and Shingoryeo (28)
Hannasean Federation (24)
Shreekaristan (UR)
Sevendia (UR)
Lisander (1)

Pool B
Abanhfleft (3)
Sannyamathland (61)
Alice Bay (18)
Pratapgadh (26)
Udmar (UR)
Darkmania (UR)
Nova Anglicana (10)

Pool C
Bollonich (UR)
Elejamie (2)
United States of Devonta (30)
The Licentian Isles (UR)
Suimede (UR)
San Ortelio (25)
Darmen (9)

Pool D
Commonwealth of Baker Park (39)
Kriegiersien (UR)
Queenisa (UR)
Hebitaka (22)
TJUN-ia (13)
Copper Cuprum (4)
Placely Placington (UR)

All games will be held at the Seagull Cavern, Forsho, with a capacity to seat 30,000 spectators.

OOC Schedule
  • Thursday, 29th April: MD1: 2 v 7, 3 v 6, 4 v 5, 1 bye
  • Friday, 30th April: MD2: 6 v 4, 7 v 3, 1 v 2, 5 bye
  • Saturday, 1st May: MD3: 3 v 1, 4 v 7, 5 v 6, 2 bye
  • Sunday, 2nd May: MD4: 7 v 5, 1 v 4, 2 v 3, 6 bye
  • Monday, 3rd May: MD5: 4 v 2, 5 v 1, 6 v 7, 3 bye
  • Tuesday, 4th May: MD6: 1 v 6, 2 v 5, 3 v 4, 7 bye
  • Wednesday, 5th May: MD7: 5 v 3, 6 v 2, 7 v 1, 4 bye
  • Friday, 7th May: MD8: Quarterfinals
  • Saturday, 8th May: MD9: Semifinals
  • Sunday, 9th May: MD10: Final
IC Schedule
ICly all games take place on a weekend at Forsho, across the last three days of the week. Friday and Staurday will see Pool Stage action, while Sunday will have bits of both round-robin and knockout stages, before eventually the World Cup Sevens' champions are crowned in the Grearish Union. Written here are a few guidelines to help you know the exact IC timing of your match in these three days.
The first two digits represent the game number on that specific day, after which the Pool is specified, followed by the kick-off time, followed by the OOC matchday number and the number in which the match is listed in the group fixtures (1st, 2nd or 3rd).
To illustrate, '05 Pool D 09:43 M1-2' refers to match number 5 on Day 1, which is a Pool D game kicking off at 09:43 am. The teams facing off are listed 2nd in OOC Matchday 1 - which is 3 v 6 - which is Queenisa v Copper Cuprum.
From the knowckout stages onwards, C stands for Cup, B stands for Bowl, and P for Plate. QF-P3 is therefore the third Plate quarterfinal, while SF-B2 is the 2nd Bowl semifinal, and GF-C is the Cup grandfinal/final.
01 Pool D 08:15 M1-1
02 Pool C 08:37 M1-1
03 Pool B 08:59 M1-1
04 Pool A 09:21 M1-1
05 Pool D 09:43 M1-2
06 Pool C 10:05 M1-2
07 Pool B 10:27 M1-2
08 Pool A 10:49 M1-2
09 Pool D 11:11 M1-3
10 Pool C 11:33 M1-3
11 Pool B 11:55 M1-3
12 Pool A 12:17 M1-3
13 Pool D 12:39 M2-1
14 Pool C 13:01 M2-1
15 Pool B 13:23 M2-1
16 Pool A 13:45 M2-1
17 Pool D 14:07 M2-2
18 Pool C 14:29 M2-2
19 Pool B 14:51 M2-2
20 Pool A 15:13 M2-2
21 Pool D 15:35 M2-3
22 Pool C 15:57 M2-3
23 Pool B 16:19 M2-3
24 Pool A 16:41 M2-3
25 Pool D 17:18 M3-1
26 Pool C 17:40 M3-1
27 Pool B 18:02 M3-1
28 Pool A 18:24 M3-1
29 Pool D 18:46 M3-2
30 Pool C 19:08 M3-2
31 Pool B 19:30 M3-2
32 Pool A 19:52 M3-2
33 Pool D 20:14 M3-3
34 Pool C 20:36 M3-3
35 Pool B 20:58 M3-3
36 Pool A 21:20 M3-3
01 Pool D 08:15 M4-1
02 Pool C 08:37 M4-1
03 Pool B 08:59 M4-1
04 Pool A 09:21 M4-1
05 Pool D 09:43 M4-2
06 Pool C 10:05 M4-2
07 Pool B 10:27 M4-2
08 Pool A 10:49 M4-2
09 Pool D 11:11 M4-3
10 Pool C 11:33 M4-3
11 Pool B 11:55 M4-3
12 Pool A 12:17 M4-3
13 Pool D 12:39 M5-1
14 Pool C 13:01 M5-1
15 Pool B 13:23 M5-1
16 Pool A 13:45 M5-1
17 Pool D 14:07 M5-2
18 Pool C 14:29 M5-2
19 Pool B 14:51 M5-2
20 Pool A 15:13 M5-2
21 Pool D 15:35 M5-3
22 Pool C 15:57 M5-3
23 Pool B 16:19 M5-3
24 Pool A 16:41 M5-3
25 Pool D 17:18 M6-1
26 Pool C 17:40 M6-1
27 Pool B 18:02 M6-1
28 Pool A 18:24 M6-1
29 Pool D 18:46 M6-2
30 Pool C 19:08 M6-2
31 Pool B 19:30 M6-2
32 Pool A 19:52 M6-2
33 Pool D 20:14 M6-3
34 Pool C 20:36 M6-3
35 Pool B 20:58 M6-3
36 Pool A 21:20 M6-3
01 Pool D 08:15 M7-1
02 Pool C 08:37 M7-1
03 Pool B 08:59 M7-1
04 Pool A 09:21 M7-1
05 Pool D 09:43 M7-2
06 Pool C 10:05 M7-2
07 Pool B 10:27 M7-2
08 Pool A 10:49 M7-2
09 Pool D 11:11 M7-3
10 Pool C 11:33 M7-3
11 Pool B 11:55 M7-3
12 Pool A 12:17 M7-3
13 Quart 12:39 QF-B1
14 Quart 13:01 QF-B2
15 Quart 13:23 QF-B3
16 Quart 13:45 QF-B4
17 Quart 14:07 QF-P1
18 Quart 14:29 QF-P2
19 Quart 14:51 QF-P3
20 Quart 15:13 QF-P4
21 Quart 15:35 QF-C1
22 Quart 15:57 QF-C2
23 Quart 16:19 QF-C3
24 Quart 16:41 QF-C4
25 Semis 17:18 SF-P1
26 Semis 17:40 SF-P2
27 Semis 18:02 SF-B1
28 Semis 18:24 SF-B1
29 Semis 18:46 SF-C1
30 Semis 19:08 SF-C1
31 Finals 19:30 GF-P
32 Finals 19:52 GF-B
33 Finals 20:14 GF-C

Roleplaying Guidelines
  • It is considered good (and basic) etiquette to at least put up a roster for the competition for the convenience of other roleplayers wishing to roleplay games played against you.
  • You are ecouraged to clarify whether you are comfortable with other RPers choosing scorers or events such as injuries and other storylines.
  • Destroying/damaging property in the host country will not be tolerated.
  • Note on COVID-19: For the purposes of this tournament, the virus is not considered to be present in the host country and no attempts to RP its introduction to the nation will be permitted.
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Postby The Grearish Union » Mon Apr 26, 2021 3:19 am

The Traveller's Guide to Grearia
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The Grearish Union is a South-East Esportivan nation sandwiched between San Jose Guayabal on the west and South Covello on the east, in the continent of Inferiore Minore. Governmental rule is established from the capital city of Atheburn located fairly in the centre of the country if the picturesque, but fairly inhospitably high Antane mountains are not taken into consideration.

National Highways connect most of the country, with the NH1 connecting the island city of Colk in the extreme southwestern stretches of Grearish territory, to Urdsall in the far northeast. It has turned into the lifeline of the country, complemented by the railway network which has been worked on by both the Grearish Government and the Banijan RTC. Apart from the high-speed national highways, inter-state freeways also connect smaller cities and towns while providing a decent bypass route to the heavy NH traffic. The robust domestic transit system leaves no scope for fissures that may develop in the hosting of events of international proportions.

Internationals may enter the country through land, sea and air - with each kind of port dedicated to serving both individuals and goods adeptly. One has to hold a valid passport of a recognised nation, and a Grearish visa. Carriage of narcotics is strictly banned in the country, with imprisonment being the most common form of punishment, coupled with heavy fines. Major airlines frequently connect the larger cities and the capital with international flight, while the port cities of Paethsmouth and Colk are well-known for international shipping, as well as ferry services to the Manta Islands.

No hooliganism of any kind by supporters of any team or country will be entertained by Grearish authorities. The convicts and/or suspects shall be detained in the GU until either further investigation occurs or the said individuals are acquitted or pronounced guilty. Punishments include imprisonment, and in some extreme cases, heavy fines.

All in all, as long as you're not losing your head while you enjoy the brilliant Omersk beer, have a nice stay, and see you at the rugby!

Welcome to Forsho!

Forsho has been an industrial hub of the Grearish Union for as long as one can remember, now. Metropolitan by all senses of the word, the shipping hub has seen a lot of intermingling between cultures that sailors from all over the world brought with them. Commonly known as the sailors’ city for the same reason, the splendid views of the coastal city will be sure to leave permanent memories etched in visitors’ hearts for a long time to come.

Historically, the burly sailors of Forsho grew weary of football, once they were introduced to the much more physical game of rugby, that suited their body types and tastes in terms of the kind of exercise they wanted. A strong love for rugby thus remained within the sailor class, and condensed into the being of a stadium in recent times - the Seagull Cavern, set in the heart of the city, with a few hilly undulations in the horizon behind (aside from the regular skyscrapers, of course). The stadium seats upwards of 30,000 spectators on a good day of rugby, and has a beautiful retractable fibre roof that enables the stadium to be a safe shelter in times of cyclonic storms as such, for the locals, while also allowing for nice, rainy rugby matches with the roof retracted.

The Forsho conurbation is the largest in Grearia (the other major 6 being: Atheburn, Plibury, Salvador, Edgenorth, Urdsall and Colk) comprises a large number of metropolitan areas, cities, towns, suburbs and outskirt-villages. Forsho city proper will be playing host to the 6th Rugby Sevens’ World Cup, while serving as the heartbeat of the settlement. It is the lifeline of the 3-million-strong conurbation, which in turn is the lifeline of 90-odd million Grears living throughout the mainland. Transportation is one of the city’s unquestionable merits, being connected to all parts of the multiverse through land, sea and air. The international shipping port and international airports are the main entry into the city, with rail and road (national highway) connections with the other six major cities of the Union: the city of Colk in the Manta Islands (offshore and to the south from the Grearish mainland) is connected to Forsho by the Manta Sealink (an expressway built over the ocean for road vehicles) and also a ferry service that will be made more frequent in the World Cup weekend.
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Area: 655,436 km2 | Population: 88,636,071 | Pop. Density: 135.23 per km2
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Postby San Ortelio » Mon Apr 26, 2021 3:52 am

Rugby, in general, is not the most popular sport of San Ortelio, yet holds a special place in the communal hearts over the existence of La Cinqua. The small yet arduous community of ruggers catches the limelights two months a year with this tournament, which is the pinnacle of the sporting rivalry between the five regions which constitute the nation of San Ortelio, hence the name. Whilst all players have a club for which they turn out, they are most commonly referred to by the region which they represent in La Cinqua, which is why we have listed those below. This region is determined by birth or by residence, but cannot be altered after representing the respective region.

Whilst the regular season rarely draws crowds, the games of La Cinqua form festive occasions and as such are as much part of the local folklore as they are sports events. However, as the population of San Ortelio is limited and, as a consequence, the number of rugby players notably small, Rugby Sevens is as popular among the players as the internationally more widespread code of Rugby Union (in which La Cinqua is played). However, there is nearly no specialization, with all players turning out in both disciplines.


The backbone of our line-up is based around two strong partnerships which click well both for their club and region. The forwards are based around the up-and-coming San Pancrazio/URS Catrallo duo Baffi and Bottarelli. The former forms a peculiar allrounder but is positioned as prop due to his chemistry with and blind confidence in the latter. They are shored up with Lietti who showed great progress in the last La Cinqua: no wonder that San Pancrazio came out victorious last year. His performances are enough to bench Cimini, a veteran of many wars and a weak spot when it comes to speed - but a cunning source of experience. Sergio Zanatta turns out in La Cinqua for San Mamerto, usually the wooden spoon of the tournament, but it is a testimony to his quality that he is an uncontested starter in this line-up. Behind him, the nephews Stefano and Simone Di Basco add quick transitions and fast breaks to the playbook. The tactically difficult wing position is reserved for Daniele Carcano, the captain of this line-up.

Nr Position      Name                   Age  Region
1 Prop Gianluca Bottarelli 27 San Pancrazio
2 Hooker Claudio Lietti 24 San Pancrazio
3 Prop Paolo Baffi 25 San Pancrazio
4 Scrum-Half Sergio Zanatta 32 San Mamerto
5 Fly-Half Stefano Di Basco 29 San Servazio
6 Centre Simone Di Basco 25 San Servazio
7 Wing Daniele Carcano 35 San Bonifazio

8 Prop Marco Vairetti 28 Santa Sofia
9 Hooker Giorgio Cimini 34 San Servazio
10 Scrum-Half Bartolo Valerin 23 San Servazio
11 Centre Ercole Pagnin 21 San Bonifazio
12 Wing Alberto Gelfi 30 San Servazio

Manager for this tournament is Luca Valletti, a 70-year old journalist considered the neutral outsider required. Yet, the team is fairly self-governing and will make tactical decisions themselves whilst Valletti functions as the external face of the team.

Coffs 7s I - 10th and Plate Finalists

FRI 10:05 vs US of Devonta
FRI 13:01 vs The Licentian Isles
FRI 20:36 vs Suimede
SAT 15:57 vs Darmen
SAT 17:40 vs Bollonich
SUN 10:05 vs Elejamie

Don’t kill ‘m. Feel free to use characters, although a nudge is appreciated if you want to apply certain character traits.

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We're no international threat, so have our domestic thread.

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Postby Sevendia » Mon Apr 26, 2021 4:17 am

Sevendian roster for the 6th Rugby Sevens World Cup

What is a Sevendia?
Good question. Sevendia is a small, seven shaped country in Sonnel. At about 777,777 inhabitants, it isn’t a big or relevant nation. Sevendia rarely joins international sports, possibly because international sports don’t involve enough sevens to their liking. Everything is 7 in Sevendia. This is not an over exaggeration. Therefore, when they heard that there would be a World Cup in Sevens, they immediately jumped at the chance. If only this were also the seventh edition, but you can’t have everything.

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This is a meme puppet. Do whatever floats your boat. Kill ‘em, ‘slice em, dice ‘em, make them a farmer in remote Ko-oren, I don’t care. Go have some fun.


Coaching staff:
Seven-Seven Seventy-Seven (49)
The coach with the admittedly non-ideal name is responsible for all of the team. There are no other coaches. Due to the complexity of his name, he is mostly referenced as “91”. He also got 14 wins with the baseball team at the Classic, and led the football team to 4th place at the 7NC. Yes, he coaches these teams too.

P: Sev-Seven Nguyen
H: Sevaka-Seven Jorden
P: Severaino-Seven Freemen

SH: Sevilen-Seven Olsen
FH: Sevyn-Seven Warren
C: Severin-Seven Garden
W: Severence-Seven Hansen

P: Severus-Seven O’Brien
H: Severino-Seven Jensen
SH/FH: Sevastian-Seven Loven
C: Severn-Seven Seven
W/C: Sevonar-Seven Sven

Things you probably should know
All (adult) people in Sevendia are seven foot. Always.
In every sentence, people currently being in Sevendia are required by law to use all the letters of the word seven (e, n, s, v) in every sentence they say.
The answer is always seven. The question is also always seven.
Everything that could theoretically be seven-shaped is seven-shaped.
Everything that can’t be seven-shaped is also seven-shaped.
All objects are required to have a 7 on them, including everything.


Quebec and Shingoryeo – Sevendia (10:49)
Sevendia - Hannasean Federation (13:45)
Shreekaristan – Sevendia (21:20)

Sevendia – Lisander (16:41)
The Grearish Union – Sevendia (18:24)

Sevendia – Barunia (10:49)

Good luck, and I’m sorry.

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Postby Elejamie » Mon Apr 26, 2021 4:18 am

Elejamian national rugby sevens team
Selección de rugby 7 de Elejamia
Elejam rubi 7 tim

Style Mod: 0 (as always)

Rugby is the third most popular sport in Elejamie, behind ice hockey and football (or soccer; American football is called "gridiron" and is considered a niche sport at best). Rugby union is the most popular form in Elejamie, with rugby league having a small but loyal fanbase. However, it wasn't until 2016 when there finally was an officially sanctioned rugby sevens tournament was announced: The ERC 7s, which begins on the fourth Friday of August and lasts for three days. Simply put, all twelve teams in that season's ERC (Elejamian Rugby Championship) are divided into two groups of six and play a single round robin tournament to see whether they'll play for the Cup, the Plate or the Bowl. The first group's games are played on the Friday, the second group's games are played on the following Saturday and the semi-finals, 3PPOs and Cup/Plate/Bowl finals are played on Sunday afternoon/evening. The fifth tournament in Playa de Rocas saw the Coventry Wyverns come from 17-10 down at half-time to beat the Murgon Bullfrogs 28-20 and win the Cup, the Mainsborough Delphi just narrowly missed out on winning the Plate when they went down 19-7 to the Iceland Panthers and the Auckhampton Birch Trees absolutely blitzed their competition when they beat the Edgebaston Warriors 30-3 to win the Bowl after a sluggish group stage. The tournament was also the first time the competition was hosted in a city without an ERC team as CR Los Reyes were relegated on the very last day of the 2019-2020 season.



Coach: Kevin Gabriel (interim)
Captain: Diego Molina
Vice-captain: David Kramer


No. Name Age Position Club
1 Marcus Ruiz 32 P Coventry Wyverns
2 Riley Kroger 27 P Avon Knights
4 Diego Molina 28 H Auckhampton Birch Trees


No. Name Age Position Club
3 David Kramer 33 SH Auckhampton Birch Trees
5 Gary Toda 31 FH Davenport Commandos
6 Paul Koppel 25 C Iceland Panthers
7 Adam McCracken 30 W/FB Murgon Bullfrogs


No. Name Age Position Club
8 Vili Cinorim 23 P Rosetta Sparrows
9 Tom Correy 33 P/H Davenport Commandos
10 Tim Crespin 26 SH/FH Edgebaston Warriors
11 Patrick Hayden 30 C Elejamie City Eagles
12 Adam Gates 27 W/FB Iceland Panthers

P - Prop
H - Hooker
SH - Scrum half
FH - Fly-half
C - Centre
W/FB - Winger/Fullback

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Choose my scorers: Y
Godmod scoring events: Y
RP injuries to my players: Y (Longest they can be out is 2 matches. One injury per match and wait for the first injury to go away before injuring another player. No deaths)
Godmod injuries to my players: Y (See above)
Hand out yellow cards to my players: Y
Hand out red cards to my players: Y (one suspension per match. Longest they can be suspended is 1 match)
Godmod other events: Y (It might be a good idea to TG me first)
Elejamie (English); Elejamia (Spanish); Elejam (Iyilim) - Denonym: Elejamian - Pronounced (English): Eh-leh-jah-meh

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Postby Placely Placington » Mon Apr 26, 2021 4:47 am

Placely Placington rugby league union sevens team something or other

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Colours: Black and white

Placely Placington have decided to throw their hat into the ring with a third code of rugby as they're going to give this "sevens" thing a go. After all, it's pretty much a condensed version of rugby union, which is why they're keeping the same kits for this edition, and they didn't do that badly at the last Rugby Union World Cup. They managed to get two wins, an 8-0 victory over Oscioru and a 24-17 win over the United Hemand Insia. They also lost twice, a quite heavy 28-0 defeat to Alice Bay and a 21-3 defeat to Sajnur to kick their tournament off. It was enough for them to finish third in their group, at least. And now, with their horde of expendable Test Subjects and the possibility of coming away with a bowl or a plate if they fail to finish high enough in their group, it's now just a question of how much money they'll be able to procure for Chief President Man Dave McDaverson to embezzle pay off the debts he and his country owes after it banned the economy one time.



Team kit made by me in about a minute or two thanks to me having PP's league kit saved onto my computer (before it messed up and got wiped) and Pixlr E. They are supposed to look that terrible.

Head Coach: The Same Different Coach Man Blokey Thing Person Man Thing Man Persony Person Blokely Blokington

Captain: Test Subject (#1)
Vice-captain: Test Subject (#5)

No.	Name				Age	Position	Club
1 Test Subject IM P N/A
2 Test Subject IM P N/A
4 Test Subject IM H N/A

3 Test Subject IM SH N/A
5 Test Subject IM FH N/A
6 Test Subject IM C N/A
7 Test Subject IM W/FB N/A


No. Name Age Pos Club
8 Test Subject IM H/P N/A
9 Test Subject IM P N/A
10 Test Subject IM SH/FH N/A
11 Test Subject IM C/W N/A
12 Test Subject IM FB N/A

To make things easier, feel free to use Test Subject (or merely just Subject) followed by either their number or position, much like what I've did with the Captain/Vice-captain thing. They may all be clones but they're still technically different people.

Choose my pointscorers: Y
Godmod scoring events: Y
RP injuries to my players: Y. Go nuts.
Godmod injuries to my players: Y. Deaths are not just allowed but also encouraged due to the nature of Placely Placington. Just as long as you don't make it too gory (just to avoid moderator intervention) you can kill off as many Test Subjects as you want however you want. Bonus points if you try and be as creative or as ludicrous (i.e. one of the Test Subjects having a bizarrely fatal allergy to air) as possible. Besides, the Clonomat's been brought over so they can easily bring back a new player as if nothing's happened.
Hand out yellow cards (sin bin) to my players: Y. No limits.
Hand out red cards (sending off) to my players: Y. Also no limits.
Godmod other events: Anything's allowed up to the dissolution of Placely Placington. Much like its denizens, Placely Placington can never truly die, it just dies for a little bit then comes back as if nothing's happened.

  • Because everyone in Placely Placington is an idiot, the Test Subjects themselves no exception, you're more than welcome to have any of the Test Subjects completely mess up the laws. Such as spiking the ball when they make it past the try line instead of putting it down for a try.
  • There is no IC link between Elejamie (my main) and Placely Placington, just to let everyone know.
  • This nation is a joke nation that was entered solely as a numbers puppet. I do not care how well it does.
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Postby Nova Anglicana » Mon Apr 26, 2021 6:20 am

Nova Anglicana National Rugby Sevens Roster

Manager: Denís Ferrer

Starting VII
Prop: Mitch Morgan, 27
Prop: Erik Hansen, 28
Hooker: Brian Ward, 29
Scrum-half: Colin Foster, 26
Center: Brock Bolden, 30 (captain)
Fly-half: Jean Tremblay, 25
Winger: Robbie McCracken, 30

Forward: Mark Poole, 30
Forward: Jonah Gorman, 24
Forward: Peter Hudson, 29
Back: Micah Shores, 22
Back: Buddy Crist, 26
Back: Marcel St. John, 24
Back: Dana McEntire, 25




IC Schedule:

G1: 08:59 vs. Sannmyathaland (61)
G2: 14:51 vs. Alice Bay (18)
G3: 19:30 vs. Pratapgadh (26)
G4: 08:59 vs. Udmar (UR)
G5: 16:19 vs. Darkmania (UR)
G6: 11:55 vs. Abanhfleft (3)

Should my opponent RPs first, he/she may do the following:
Choose my scorers: Y
Godmod scoring events: N
RP injuries to my players: Y, nothing serious
Godmod injuries to my players: N
Hand out yellow cards to my players: Y
Hand out red cards to my players: Y, only if you also give a red to one of your players
Godmod other events: N
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Former WBC President (WBC 34-37)

World Baseball Classic 48, IBS XIII, World Junior Hockey Championships VII, URSA 7s I, Port Louis 7s I, Campionato Esportiva 29 (as NAAZE)

IBS III/VIII, Cup of Harmony 65, AVBF 7s II, WBC 39/44/50

3rd Place
WBC 28/32/36, RUWC XXIX, Cup of Harmony 64, IBS V, WJHC V/VIII/XVI, Beltane Cup II, Londinium 7s II, R7WC VI (eliminated in semis, no 3PPO)

4th Place
WBC 29/38/49, IBS VII, RUWC XXI/XXVI, WJHC IV, Londinium 7s I, WCoH 28, RAHI II

WBC 27/30/31/37/41/43/47, IBS VI, IBC 15/31, WJHC VI/IX/XIV, RAHI I, AVBF Rugby Sevens I, RUWC XXIV/XXV

WBC 31/35, Londinium 7s I/II, IBS IX

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Postby Hannasea » Mon Apr 26, 2021 8:16 am

The Hannasean Hamsters

Not a single member of the Olympic pack remains; the only returning player, Joe Fox, debuted at the AVBF. Mobile and athletic, most of these guys are on Ultimate Rugby squads as back row players.

1. Aaron Gibson (Kent Dæmons)
4. Hunter Edwards (Oakwood Orcas)
6. Joe Fox (New Blopping Magic Ants)
7. Hayden Marsh (Oakwood Orcas)
8. Ben Gray (Upper Niedewe Reds)
12. Alex Woods (Upper Niedewe Reds)

Jake Bergen is new at 9, as his back-up Moore. Jayson Parker remains on the squad, a hard-hitting tackler and erratically brilliant kicker.

9. Jake Bergen (Angelwood Electro-Weasels)
10. Jayson Parker (Pearl City Icelandic)
11. Alex Moore (Upper Niedewe Reds)

Ethan Price, the only man to represent the Federation in three different codes of rugby, has a lot of expectation on the wing, Harry Evans, who led the scoring at the Olympics, gone. Price is a different kind of player, not as quick but much stronger and with better ball skills. New young speedsters surround him.

2. Luke Ward (Greenville Mystics)
3. Seb Williams (Silver Creek Jaguars)
5. Ethan Price (Pearl City Raptors)
13. Ash Ellis (Angelwood Electro-Weasels)

Rugby sevens is not a dedicated professional sport in the Guild Federation; instead, players from the squad are mainly drawn from professional rugby union sides playing in Ultimate Rugby. They won surprising success, and a gold medal, at the last Summer Olympics, but did poorly at the AVBF and missed the Coff's. Only one player survives from that Olympic squad (Parker); Price has represented the Federation at numerous tournaments in every variation of rugby imaginable, and Fox played at the AVBF. Their style of play is not a finesse one, instead based on superior fitness and relentless tackling, wearing down the opposition. Parker is an utterly unreliable kicker who'll nail a touchline kick one game then miss an easy chip-over in front of the sticks the next.

Should my opponent RPs first, they may do the following:
Choose my try scorers: Y
Choose my goal scorers: N, use Parker
Godmod scoring events: N
RP injuries to my players: N
Godmod injuries to my players: N
Hand out yellow cards to my players: Y
Hand out red cards to my players: Y
Godmod other events: Maybe, ask first depending on what you have in mind

Additionally, please don't RP my athletes or supporters being responsible for violence, cheating, or doping; and, if you're using unphotoshopped photo pictures, don't say they're pictures of my athletes or supporters.

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Postby Queenisa » Mon Apr 26, 2021 8:26 am


Welcome to Queenisa Sports Association Roster ! Here is a Epic and Detailed Roster that if your my opponent or not, will help very much when you are someone that just randomly pairs with me and your stuck in your RP time. Most of all, Good luck in the World Cup regardless of anything.

The Queenisa Sports Association is a experienced and established Sports Association which Regularly Participate Regularly in such Important Sports events since 2002, the Great Advancement, an Period of Technological and Sports Advancement.

Roster and Players of the Team

Grace Queen
Grace Queen is an Champion Football player that Started Playing Football for Queenisa in 2003 July. As a celebrated and Famous individual, Grace can be found playing Chess and discussing the latest Fashion in his normal life.
Defensive / Offensive Preferences : Offensive
Red Card / Yellow Card probability : 0.21%

Alexander Andrews
Alexander Andrews is a Master Football Player that has started playing football for Queenisa in 2005. Alexander is a very strong and Ruthless. Alexander Loves Wrestling outside of sports, and if your lucky you can see him call Professionals “ Newbs “ and see him win.
Defensive / Offensive Preferences : Offensive
Red Card / Yellow Card Probability: 0.84%

Greg The Great
Greg the Great is an Champion football player that Joined us in 2007 and today, he is one of the best and finest in the world of sports. He is also an very smart and epic gamer, you can often see him beat other users with an simple mouse click.
Defensive / Offensive Preferences : Offensive
Red Card / Yellow Card Probability: 0.14%

Glenn Brown
Glenn Brown is an expert at football and a “ Young Prodigy “ that started 2 years ago and since then, has a immense love of Queenisa Sports. Glenn, is very empathetic and religious, and also wise. He will say “ God “ and maybe he’s beat you in a toss-throw.
Defensive / Offensive Preferences : Defensive
Red Card / Yellow Card Probability : 0.37%

Lynne Swift
Lynne Swift is an Relaxed and Nice girl that started playing for Queenisa 2019 October and Loved his Team so much that he is dedicating is life to Queenisa Sports. As a natural gardener and environmentalist, he is well known for his speech’s about gardening and how Trump / The Republicans are just wrong taken environmental protection away.
Defensive / Offensive Preferences : Defensive
Red Card / Yellow Card Probability 0.9%

Ryan Gracias
Ryan Gracias is a foreign intelligence officer that has benefited us at lot by attacking enemies and gathering intelligence on them. Nonetheless, he is a true football lover and has Legendary Skills in the battlefield of Sports. Ryan, in his free time loves spying on his friends and practices being an detective and secret service agent.
Defensive / offensive Preferences : defensive
Red Card / Yellow Card probability: 0.1%

Brook Sophie
Brook Sophie is a White Male that is expert at Football and if you meet him, well good luck because your guaranteed to lose regardless of actual strength. He joined in 2016 in the democratic Foodball association , which helped the Democratic Party win the election and today, he loves football still and can be foud playing daily.
Defensive / offensive Preferences : Offensive
Red Card / Yellow Card probability: 0.72%

John Smith
John Smith is a young and talented including unique man despite that his name is very commpn and his appearance is the usual boring one. He loved football in the beginning of his life and in his childhood, even beat The World Champion of football.With his friend Brook, they both joined Queenisa Sports had a lot of fun.
Defensive / offensive Preferences : Defensive
Red Card / Yellow Card probability: 0.27%

Nathan Noreith
Nathan Noreith is an wise man that was born to pirates. He stole a lot of loot, and to his favor, his aggressive private stills give him the advantage to attacking in football. He is often an strong man, and will throw you off the street if you attempt to take on him.
Defensive / Offensive Preferences: Offensive
Red Card / Yellow Card Probability: 1.21%

Elizabeth Hanas
Elizabeth Hanas is a young and beautiful Blond Women that is often captured on cameras worldwide and posts updates about going to gorgeous places around Queenisa. As a native Queenisa Citizen, Elizabeth loves sports and players in the national football team with Grace, his. Friend.
Defensive / Offensive Preferences : Offensive
Red Card / Yellow Card probability: 0.01%

Kim Young
King Young is a educated Northern Korean that has left North Korea to help Queenisa Spread Democraxy and Peace and fight the dictatorship. As he also loves ICDN ( OOC And IC ), and demands that Queenisa Joins, we always said that they won’t approve us because of current situations but he keeps saying. His virtuosic skills surprised everyone of the team, well good luck !
Defensive / Offensive Preferences: Defensive
Red Card / Yellow Card probability: 1.34%

The Queen Stadium. The Queen Stadium is an beautifully designed stadium for long games that will need a overnight break, which makes this ironic. This has more then 10,000 suites for overnight rest, can fix over 40,000 people in the seats, and of course food is abundant and a sense of many cultures enlighten people who want to try something new.

This is the Knight Stadium, Named after documents which state that famous knight battles such as jousting happened in this same place in an ancient now destroyed arena. This can fit 20,000 People, and every time their is a game their, please don’t forgot that in the end the mastery knights fight against each other to honor the knights that died for the founding of Queenisa.

Navigation through Queenisa is exceptionally easy, with GPS and guiding apps not regulated and freely available with no censorship but the government. Though the locals expect you to know at least a little bit of Queenisa, they also know English and you should be able to have a pleasant conversation.

Role-Play Permissions : My opponent, if they RP first, may do the following:
Choose my goalscorers: Yes/No Yes
Godmod scoring events: Yes/No Yes
RP injuries to my players: Yes/No Yes
Godmod injuries to my players: Yes/No Yes
Hand out yellow cards to my players: Yes/No Yes
Hand out red cards to my players: Yes/No Yes
Godmod other events: Yes/No NO

OOC : This is the same roster for my World Cup too
Queenisa, The Ultimate Queen Nation.

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Postby The Grearish Union » Mon Apr 26, 2021 9:43 am


Grearish rugby is governed by the Rugby Federeation of the Grearish Union, and currently only recognises the Union code of the game. Established rather recently when compared to the other heritage federations, it is determined to establish a strong foothold in the rugby community of the multiverse. All major clubs of the Union rugby scene came up to form the RFGU in 1963 when the unofficial Grearish Harriers were given a formal status, leading up to the proclamation of the white-and-gold as the national team. Players on this team were comprised of such local clubs, and a culture of national pride in rugby was instilled that far back in time. In modern times, it is an effort to chase this glory that drives the Harriers.

The Harriers 7s will find themselves led by the very amicable John McColgan who will feature in the team as a hooker, and is known to be both friendly and stern as required, leading the team from the front. The burly island-lad from Colk will have to play a pivotal role in thundering down the opposition's defences, while keeping the team

 # Position     Name             Age       City (or nearest)
1 Prop George Allan 25 M Plibury
2 Hooker John McColgan 27 M Colk
3 Prop Elaine Dunn 23 F Salvador
4 Scrum-Half Vincent Joseph 18 M Edgenorth Kicker 1
5 Fly-Half Steven Bell 18 M Salvador
6 Centre Patricia May 21 F Sjalfstead Kicker 2
7 Wing Mary Carmichael 27 F Forsho

8 Prop Martin South 35 M Salvador
9 Hooker Gareth Marksson 18 M Sjalfstead
10 Scrum-Half Emma Clarke 27 F Edgenorth
11 Centre Ian North 25 M Erawann
12 Wing Diane Whyte 23 F Plibury

What is evident from the team selection is that large-bodied highlanders from the north and island-people from the coastal areas form the biggest part of the rugby fanaticism in the country. Sjalfsteadic people also are big fans of the game, while the South Newlandian immigrant community has their representative in the 25-year-old Ian North who has surprised everyone by featuring in the team. Martin South might be seeing his final 7s tournament as he retains his place in the squad (albeit on the bench) at 35 years young - some say he's too old, some others believe age is just a number! It remains to be seen how these players will perform on the given day, but the Grearish people have certainly put their entire faith on these individuals - and they'll be unanimously accepted as the Harriers - soaring above the Grearish skies.

The Harriers will play in their age-old gold-on-white hoops that are very loved by the small, but hardcore supporting community in the nation. The alternative, or away kit would be a gold-on-black variation that is also sure to carry the Grearish heritage into the tournament while showing their skills to the world. The rights for kits have been won by Grearish kit manufacturer Equinox, who will be producing these brilliant shirts for fans and players alike. With the proper introduction into international rugby, the company expects to see its sales boom over the next few years especially while owning the kit providing rights.

Ferideia of Tikariot will be the primary sponsor the Harriers in a three-year deal that has been agreed between the brand and RFGU. It is thought to be of paramount importance, as this will be the first opportunity for the RFGU to earn revenue from the sport - putting it firmly ahead of other sports vying for national and international spotlight from the GU in terms of transitioning from their amateur status to being a fully professional sport in the nation. Things are looking up for the Harriers!


Should my opponent RPs first, they may do the following:
Choose my scorers: Y
Godmod scoring events: Y
RP injuries to my players: Y (No killing/ending careers, each injury not more than a single match)
Godmod injuries to my players: N
Hand out yellow cards to my players: Y
Hand out red cards to my players: Y (One suspension per match. Longest they can be suspended is 1 match)
Godmod other events: Y (Please get in touch first)
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Area: 655,436 km2 | Population: 88,636,071 | Pop. Density: 135.23 per km2
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Scrum!: 4th 7s Competition, 2nd 7s World Cup!

Postby TJUN-ia » Mon Apr 26, 2021 10:10 am


Nation Name: TJUN-ia
Trigram: TJU
Nickname: Jaguars
Governing Body: Rugby TJUN-ia (RT-U)
Head Coach (7s): Brutas Excillius (36)
Home Jersey: Blue Shirts/Orange Shorts
Away Jersey: White Shirts/Blue Shorts
3rd Jersey: Orange Shirts/White Shorts

Well then...this is a sight for sore eyes. Year 4 of TJUN-ia's Rugby Sevens project brings us to our 2nd ever Rugby 7s World Cup, a full 3 years after making our debuts in Barunia with a 4-4 record and 3rd in our group. Things have certainly changed since then, but a lot of the players from RSWC5 remain for RSWC6, where only 1 team in each of the 7 groups missing out on fighting for one of the 3 trophies this time around. Brutas Excillius has certainly seen a bit of an evolution in the years since our first WC, with a Bowl triumph in Alpen View and a Plate semi-final at Coffs showing the world why we are ranked 13th in the world in the 7-man variant of Union. But the people were starting to ask an interesting question of this team: can they go one better again and challenge for the World Cup itself? The crowd will be tough, but our guys will certainly try their best...

P: #1 Derek van Oosteren (25)
H: #2 Wyn Gwyneth (c) (26)
P: #3 Dan McCrawley (23)

SH: #4 Jose Valbuena (22)
FH: #5 Carl Crorker (24)
C: #6 Suke Hoshinawa (25)
W: #7 Kennedy Vakatawa (23)

P: #8 Lasha Tetrasvili (23)
H: #9 Frederico Giabueno (25)
SH/FH: #10 Vittaly Rossi (25)
C: #11 Roman Hevnostanivich (24)
W/C: #12 Beka Chkoidze (23)

P: #13 Paul Verdunois (20)
H: #14 Enrique Carlos de Guzman (24)
P: #15 Caoimhín O'Carolan (24)
SH/FH: #16 Michael Jeferson (22)
FH/SH: #17 Chris Lincoln (23)
C/W: #18 Jackson Stall (21)
W: #19 Emmerson Gawakali (19)

Choose my scorers: Y
Choose scoring events: Y
Godmod scoring events: Y
Injure my players: Y
Godmod injuries: N
Hand out warnings: Y
Hand out exclusions: Y
Style Mod: (-0.5)

SCHEDULE (Group D, all matches at Seagull Cavern, Forsho, The Grearish Union)
MD1: vs Hebitaka (22)
MD3: vs Copper Cuprum (4)

MD4: vs Placely Placington (UR)
MD5: vs Commonwealth of Baker Park (39)
MD6: vs Kriegiersien (UR)

MD7: vs Queenisa (UR)
4th: WBC50, IBC31
Quarterfinals: IAC9, ARWC1, RLWC19, IBC30, ARWC2, WB41, IAC12, 7WC6
Ro16: BoF71, CoH77, WBC49, IACX, IAC11, DBC49, WCoH42, DBC50
b]Other[/b]: Bowl Winners (AVBF6)
NSSCRA - Jaguar Racing: #07 Michael Stefan (2 Wins)/#64 Alfonso Mercado/#03 Maddison Riley-Jones (S10 T2 Champion/3 T2 Wins)
WGPC: #11 Lane Carter/ #9 Batu Tüvshinbayar
NSTT: 3 Singles Titles (2 Runners-up)/1 Doubles Title (1 Runner-up)

UN - You all know what this is (U1)
TJUN (Ta-Jun) - An organ of the UN that focuses on "international role-play" (i.e. USA = Fang the Sniper) (U2)
TJUN-ia (Ta-Jun-ee-a) - The testing grounds of TJUN members, but operates as an independent nation. (U3)

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Postby Kriegiersien » Mon Apr 26, 2021 12:01 pm

Kriegiersien Rugby 7 Nationalteam

At the Coff's 7 the old Olympic teams (men and women) were reactivated as joined mixed team and ended in the Top 4.
With that they qualified as best option for the Rugby Sevens World Cup.
As further support a soccer player, a doctor from the Lacrosse team and a psychologist were hired. Also a fitness coach.

The Kriegiersien delegation starts as always in their

Sgt. Hammond Hammerstein
Lt. Amanda Ant

Men's team
• Forwards
◦ 1 – Prop Theodore Hernandez
◦ 2 – Hooker Saoul Bastian
◦ 3 – Prop Phelix Yuda

• Backs
◦ 4 – Scrum-half Yukko Kiivraz jr.
◦ 5 – Fly-half Damian Druid
◦ 6 – Centre Wolfgang Betracci
◦ 7 – Wing Barney Stealson

Women’s team
• Forwards
◦ 1 – Prop Major Jutta Jürgenwürgen
◦ 2 – Hooker Barbara Bonebraker
◦ 3 – Prop Kara Kent

• Backs
◦ 4 – Scrum-half Charlene Chocolate
◦ 5 – Fly-half Dora Druid
◦ 6 – Centre Dulug Toothdrawer
◦ 7 – Wing Glob

Further Reserves

Kai Alberz

Medical Department
Dr. Jack Ill
Witch Doctor Doloroes

Fitness Coach
Brigadier General Doris Mombota

RP-Permissions: Everything I could somehow work with is allowed.
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Pratapgadh National Rugby Sevens Team - 6th Rugby 7s World C

Postby Pratapgadh » Mon Apr 26, 2021 4:14 pm

Pratapgadh National Rugby Sevens Team

This is the debut of the Pratapgadh national rugby sevens team in the Rugby Sevens World Cup. The same team from the AVBF Rugby 7's VI two years ago has been selected for this World Cup, even though age is catching up to some of them. They have a lot of experience from the AVBF Rugby 7's VI and played quite well, reaching the knockout stage (quarter-finals) after ending up second in the group stage behind the Revolutionaries, Abanfleft. The Pratapgadh Rugby Union (PRU) is hoping to see the national rugby sevens team show the same magic from the AVBF Rugby 7's VI and climb up the rankings. Vice-captain Dilkan Pathak and Kshitij Pendharkar will be retiring after this competition ends and many players such as captain Devansh Aggarwal and Sampat Asthana will most likely retire too, which means a new breed of players will knock on the doors. That's why Naseem Changezi has replaced Dilkan Pathak as vice-captain to gain some experience and lead the future of Pratapgadh. Pratapgadh is still lacking a rugby sevens competition, so the PRU announced the National Rugby Sevens Championships (NR7C) recently. It is said that the first season will be held next year in 2026. Union and League are quite popular in Pratapgadh, but Sevens is growing quite quickly. So in the future, we might see a dominant Pratapgadh in all variations of the sport.
NameAgeStaff Position
Giriraj Dhanuka46Head Coach
Gunaakar Patel41Assistant Coach
Ranjeet Aadekar36Trainer
Disha Shambharkar31Physio
Devansh Aggarwal31Captain
Naseem Changezi27Vice-Captain

NumberNameAgePositionIntl. Matches PlayedBirthplace
#1Devansh Aggarwal31Prop6Jaipur, Rajputana, Pratapgadh
#2Prashant Vajpai29Hooker6Kumbhalgarh, Rajputana, Pratapgadh
#3Naseem Changezi27Prop6Gurugram, Eastern Punjab, Pratapgadh
#4Dilkan Pathak34Scrum-half6Suryapur, Gujarat, Pratapgadh
#5Kshitij Pendharkar33Fly-half6Nashik, Maratha Pradesa, Pratapgadh
#6Aryaman Vesuwala28Centre6Kamboja, Bakhdi, Pratapgadh
#7Sampat Asthana30Wing6Ajayamer, Rajputana, Pratapgadh
#8Bansilal Karamchand29Prop6Udaipur, Rajputana, Pratapgadh
#9Prabhat Panchal26Hooker6Karnavati, Gujarat, Pratapgadh
#10Pratap Deshmukh28Scrum-half6Mumbai, Maratha Pradesa, Pratapgadh
#11Gurpal Hanjan24Fly-half6Chandigarh, Eastern Punjab, Pratapgadh
#12Indermohan Hamar23Centre6Amritsar, Eastern Punjab, Pratapgadh



More Information
Style of Play: +2.0
Home Stadium: The Bulls Ground, Bundi, Rajputana (Cap - 25,800)
Nickname: The Rajput Sevens
Administration: Pratapgadh Rugby Union
Head Coach: Giriraj Dhanuka
Captain: Devansh Aggarwal
Vice-Captain: Naseem Changezi
Ranking: 26th
Matches Played: 6
Matches Won: 4 (66.7%)
Matches Drawn: 0 (0.0%)
Matches Lost: 2 (33.3%)
First International: Pratapgadh 26–10 Natanians and Nosts
Biggest Win: Pratapgadh 38–7 Esportivan Darmen
Biggest Defeat: Pratapgadh 7–36 Lisander
First Appearance: AVBF Rugby 7's VI


Matchday 1 - Pratapgadh v Udmar
Matchday 2 - Darkmania v Pratapgadh
Matchday 3 - Pratapgadh v Nova Anglicana
Matchday 4 - Abanhfleft v Pratapgadh
Matchday 5 - Pratapgadh v Sannyamathland
Matchday 6 - Alice Bay v Pratapgadh
Matchday 7 - BYE

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Should my opponent RPs first, he/she may do the following:
Choose my scorers: Yes
Godmod scoring events: Yes
RP injuries to my players: Yes, anyone except Sampat Asthana and minor injuries only.
Godmod injuries to my players: No
Hand out yellow cards to my players: Yes
Hand out red cards to my players: No
Godmod other events: No
Cricket Rankings
  • Test Cricket: 11th (out of 12)
  • ODI: 25th (out of 48)
  • T20I: 12th (out of 39)
Cricket Stats

Updated on 28 February, 2021 (15:51 NZT)
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Postby Bollonich » Mon Apr 26, 2021 8:15 pm

Gryan Shaw
Jasper Bailey
Jefferson Osborne
Jim Wright
Gregory Medina
Floyd Fox
Zachary McCarthy
Virgil Doyle
Ike Brewer
Algernon Webster

Style mod - 1.50

Rp permissions - Do whatever you want, lemme know before you do anything extreme
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Postby Abanhfleft » Tue Apr 27, 2021 7:09 am

National rugby sevens team

This will be the fourth time that Abanhfleft will be participating in the Rugby Sevens World Cup, which is currently in its sixth edition. Despite doing well enough in the group stage of the 5th Rugby Sevens World Cup, Abanhfleft were, in typical Fleftic fashion, eliminated simply because they were not among the two best second-placed teams. Rugby sevens is, quite frankly, a fringe sport in the Democratic Republic, with most of its players being either rugby union or rugby league players in their professional careers. However, the country simply couldn't resist the temptation to go for some sporting silverware, and therefore the rugby sevens national team that was assembled and sent to Londinium in Nova Anglicana, won in Alice Bay, and shamefully eliminated in Barunia despite being second in their group, have come back to avenge the honor of the Democratic Republic and remove the shame of last edition's elimination.

Name of nation: Democratic Republic of Abanhfleft
Demonym: Fleftic
Official history: This will be the third time that Abanhfleft will be participating in an international rugby sevens tournament.
Team colors: Blue, orange, and green
Style modifier: +3. Offense will be the team's focus.

Key: Number, name, position, age
#1 Adam Jaden Sforza (Left prop, 32, captain)
#2 Rupert Dearth (Right prop, 28)
#3 Markos Iordanou (Scrum half, 29)
#4 Justiniano Reid (Hooker, 30)
#5 Marouane Mahout (Fly half, 29, kicker)
#6 Ken Greathouse (Center, 26)
#7 Paul Partridge (Fullback, 32)

#8 Horace Honeycutt III (27)
#9 Mile Foreman (30)
#10 Zakary Keller (24)
#11 Emery Schmoll (27)
#12 Moritz Zilner (30)
#13 Kurt Pamintuan (25)
#14 Wendel Van Alphen (25)
#15 Bradley Votaw (Utility player, 26)

  • Marouane Mahout is the team's designated kicker. He takes all conversions and penalties while he is on the field. In the event that Mahout has to come off the field, Justiniano Reid will become the new kicker for Abanhfleft.
  • Anything except killing my players is fair game. But if you've got something crazy in the works, do drop a TG or DM me on Discord and let's talk about it.
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Economic Left/Right: -1.72
Social Libertarian/Authoritarian: 0.88
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Third place winner in the World Lacrosse Championship XIX
Winner of the Baptism of Iron XVI!
Third place winner in the 33rd Di Bradini Cup!

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Winner of World Lacrosse Championships 22!

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Postby Nova Anglicana » Tue Apr 27, 2021 11:23 am

Four winners and four losers from tonight's PJP debate

After the big PJP leadership debate, here are our takeaways on who won and lost tonight:


Josephine Clark

The leader before the debate, the likely leader after the debate, and the person who was named by more respondents than anyone else as having "won" the debate, Clark hasn't sewn this leadership contest up yet. But what she has done is solidified her position at the top. She projected an air of confidence and competence, highlighting her service as a Deputy in Parliament and as Foreign Affairs Minister and speaking clearly and forcefully about how she'd get the party back on track. She even showed what seems to be a rare at times human side, talking about her mother, her activism in college, and her work for NGOs and the Anglican Service Corps before she got into politics. Although she wasn't incredibly distinctive on domestic policy, she held her own and shined when foreign policy was the subject. Overall, a solid performance from a leading candidate that appears to have found her groove.

Tim McKenzie

We still saw two Tim McKenzies up on the stage tonight, as he continued to try to straddle the gap between youth and experience, between fresh new ideas and service. But what he did do excellently was come prepared on policy. On everything from trade and human rights to tax policy, environmental challenges, jobs and the economy, to racial inequities in society, he had a good answer. He also appears to have thrown in his lot with the left of the party, criticizing party orthodoxy on free trade, attacking "a neoliberalism that says nibbling 'round the margins is the best we can do" as insufficient to solve the country's problems, and endorsing massive investment in green technology. Quite a performance from the man quite a few might have labeled a neoliberal, or at least a fellow traveler, when he first came to Parliament. But his best moment came when he made an argument for baby bonds and diversity initiatives, fusing an economic populism that described the upper class in scathing terms as "hoarding all the opportunity for themselves and their children" with a frankness on racial issues, saying "they try to distract us by pointing at immigrants or racial or religious minorities as the source of our problems, when we know damn well there's opportunity enough for all; we just have to stand united and be bold enough to demand what belongs to all of us." He may not win, but he'll make it closer than it has been and if you squint just hard enough, you can see him becoming Prime Minister several years down the line.

Sheila Gordon

Why haven't we seen more of Sheila Gordon before? The PJP backbencher who is their primary spokesperson in First Nations Country came prepared to throw down tonight. She forcefully but tactfully made the case that Nova Anglicana has shirked its responsibilities when it comes to First Nations people, highlighting deep inequities in society that hit First Nations kids hard. But she didn't stop there; she talked about how her experiences as a First Nations person equipped her with tools and desires to right wrongs that everyone faces in society. She even got the room buzzing by talking about a new social contract, perhaps even a constitutional rewrite that cements power in the people and acknowledges that the state needs to provide an uncompromising commitment to a strong social safety net. It was a bold step from someone who's mostly toed the party line during her career, but it looks like it paid off for her. No, we're not predicting her to win the leadership contest, but she vaulted into at least the lower end of the top tier with this performance and is someone to watch going forward.


A multilateral, peace and diplomacy-oriented foreign policy is the PJP's bread and butter, and typically it's not much of a debate. But Clark's foregrounding of her foreign policy experience made that section of the debate quite interesting, actually. She not only talked about her experience, but wove the connections in and out of seemingly every answer she gave. She talked about how the government's tax cuts would not only affect social services domestically, but endangered the nation's security abroad, both in terms of less diplomatic presence in important regions and how a dropoff in foreign aid would lead to those gaps being filled by unsavory or hostile actors. She also highlighted that Nova Anglicana's commitment to fighting climate change meant electrifying our society, which itself meant collaboration with governments and firms across the multiverse to develop better technology and secure vital supply chains. She hit on Esportivan co-operation multiple times, saying that it's an area she's worked on and would like to develop further. This spurred other candidates to offer their own takes on why multilateralism is effective and some of their foreign policy ideas. Overall, a much greater percentage of the debate was spent on foreign policy than we'd expected.


Samantha Speer

The unfair stereotype of Speer is that she's a screeching harpy going on about issues outside of the PJP mainstream, then lambasting the party for not agreeing with her. It's an awful stereotype, rooted in sexism, but Speer's rebellious career hasn't done her any favors. Coming into the debate, she really needed to play up the party unity angle and make the case for why voters should take a chance on this outsider. Unfortunately, she couldn't make it stick. She feinted at party unity and made occasional comments about her service to the party, but she soon slipped off into sharp-edged words about the undervaluing of women and women's issues that veered a little too close to seeming like a conversation about how she personally feels undervalued. She did hit some excellent notes on paid leave and women's rights internationally, seeming like a true leader, but overall, she failed to shake her rebel image and that will cost her.

Alec Thornhill

A decent chunk of the debate tonight focused on environmental issues, an area where you'd think the "green" Thornhill would have no trouble hitting a home run. But he flubbed it, getting lost in a discussion about carbon taxes versus energy portfolios and some of the minutiae of addressing climate change. You can tell he's really excited about the subject, but he ended up coming off more as an environmental systems professor than a Premier who'd helped his province make major strides in reducing carbon output and diversifying their economy. To a lesser extent, he suffered from the other candidates having also learned how to speak "green" lingo, a prerequisite for many politicians today, so he stood out less. Still, he'd make a fine bureaucrat or even an Environment Minister.

Martin Oullette

Poor Martin Oullette. He already had a tough hill to climb being identified as the Francophone candidate, not really having much of a platform to break out for a broader audience. But tonight was bad. First, he began by answering all questions first in French, then in English. The moderators let him do it for the first question, then began to cut him off in the middle of his English responses because he was going over his allotted speaking time. So he switched to English only; while Mssr. Oullette is a perfectly capable English speaker, it was obvious he had done all of his practice in his French first, English second routine, so he ended up having to improvise a bit and ended up getting stuck in a cul-de-sac of word salad more often than not. A risk for any politician, but especially for one speaking in his second language on a live debate stage.

He did rebound a bit during the small section at the end reserved specifically for questions in French, but it wasn't enough to overcome his poor performance earlier. It's a question of whether dropping out and endorsing someone is more embarrassing for him or the candidate he endorses.

Hot-button lefty issues

Although candidates like Samantha Speer and Graham Hatten very much wanted to put issues like access to abortion and UBI at the forefront of their debate performance, and have during their campaigns, they just didn't get much play tonight. Hatten was able to discuss UBI during a question on welfare benefits, but he didn't have much time outside of that one question to bring it up. And Speer made her typical impassioned plea about abortion during a discussion on cultural issues and inequity in society, but the stage was stolen by Gordon's litany, McKenzie's seamless weaving of racial and economic issues together, and to a certain extent by Bruce Russell's podium-thumping speech in defense of both farmers and "ordinary people who just like to have a little more peace and quiet on their Sundays." Both candidates hit these issues in their opening and closing statements, but bookending the debate with a limited discussion of them just wasn't enough to make them pop for viewers.

Flash Poll - Who won the PJP debate?

Josephine Clark - 27%
Tim McKenzie - 19%
No candidate - 16%
Sheila Gordon - 14%
Samantha Speer - 11%
Graham Hatten - 7%
Alec Thornhill - 4%
Bruce Russell - 1%
Martin Oullette - <1%
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World Baseball Classic 48, IBS XIII, World Junior Hockey Championships VII, URSA 7s I, Port Louis 7s I, Campionato Esportiva 29 (as NAAZE)

IBS III/VIII, Cup of Harmony 65, AVBF 7s II, WBC 39/44/50

3rd Place
WBC 28/32/36, RUWC XXIX, Cup of Harmony 64, IBS V, WJHC V/VIII/XVI, Beltane Cup II, Londinium 7s II, R7WC VI (eliminated in semis, no 3PPO)

4th Place
WBC 29/38/49, IBS VII, RUWC XXI/XXVI, WJHC IV, Londinium 7s I, WCoH 28, RAHI II

WBC 27/30/31/37/41/43/47, IBS VI, IBC 15/31, WJHC VI/IX/XIV, RAHI I, AVBF Rugby Sevens I, RUWC XXIV/XXV

WBC 31/35, Londinium 7s I/II, IBS IX

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Alice Bay
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Postby Alice Bay » Tue Apr 27, 2021 12:11 pm


With the game of Sevens becoming more and more specialized, Alice Bay Rugby Union decided to create a specific team for this variation of the sport. These players were removed from their XV teams, and after the Sevens World Cup, they will be among the players participating in the new national championship of Sevens, which will involve all districts in the country. The team comes with the mission to recover lost positions in the ranking due to the focus that ABRU has decided to give to the United 10 multinational league in recent times.

1. Richard Ka'ai (PR)
2. Lukas Arden (PR)
3. Kevin Henare (SH)
4. Ian Rowe (HK)
5. Eric Masoe (FH)
6. Joseph Newby (CT)
7. Daniel Reeves (WG)
8. Joshua Goulding (PR)
9. Andrew Watkins (HK)
10. Brandon Kanawa (SH/FH)
11. Anderson Clarke (WG)
12. Stephen Hamilton (WG/FB)

Director of Rugby: Scott Taylor
Assistant Coaches: Ella Jones, Pete Dunsford, Luke Mae’a
Team Manager: Thomas Even

Alice Bay Sevens uniforms are provided by Canterbury.
OOC: I'm not feeling creative these days, so I decided to go the simple way. Thanks to Grearia for this lovely logo.

RP Permissions:
You are free to do anything, following these two principles:
1. Godmod is okay, if funny enough.
2. If one of my players is injured, expect one injury in your team.
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Postby Darkmania » Wed Apr 28, 2021 11:35 am



Rugby isn't the biggest sport in Darkmania. In fact, this is only the 2nd time that any darkmanian rugby team has taken part in an international tournament, with the first time being so long time ago that information is scares and not known 100%. As such Darkmania are officially UR and their team will often accidentally break the rules, due to the low interest in darkmanian rugby as well as not understanding the rules.

A unnamed coach from Elejamie has trained a roster from all around Darkmania with just a few of the darkmanian players actually having some experience as in they have played rugby on a national level, but not on a international level. Expect Darkmania to not do as well and to flop hard.

(No visual image of it exist as of now since I am new to Rubgy , imagine it as a “green, blue, red”-coloured jerseys similar to our flag)

Coach: A unnamed coach from Elejamie.

Captain: Rëubens Tallsmö (#1)
Vice-captain: Erÿk Dësasÿto (#5)

No.	Name				Age	Position	Club
1 Rëubens Tallsmö 19 P Örkendrem Rugby
2 Krÿster Äsdërler 20 P Cäer Rugby
4 Kabeck Lancross 22 H Cherbourg Rugby

3 Änders Dëls 24 SH Örgendrem Rugby
5 Erÿk Dëspasÿto 23 FH Cännebërg Rubgy
6 Sänder Längnavnsen 17 C Ällsman Rugby
7 Cäsper Langnavnsen 17 W/FB Ällsman Rugby


No. Name Age Pos Club
8 Sänder Wällmë 18 H/P Nälsmanstädt Rugby
9 Crÿst Ëlsme 19 P Örkendrem Rugby
10 Märtyn Cällmen 20 SH/FH Ällsman Rugby
11 Lërs Ruggmann 23 C/W Cäer Rugby
12 Thömas Bëlas 21 FB Cherbourg Rugby

Choose my pointscorers: Yes
Godmod scoring events: Yes
RP injuries to my players: Yes but please no serious or deadly. I am a idiot at this.
Godmod injuries to my players: Yes but please make it as reaslitic as possible (unless your nation is a joke-nation then go nuts but please don’t murder my players)
Hand out yellow cards (sin bin) to my players: Yes
Hand out red cards (sending off) to my players: Yes but realistic please
Godmod other events: As long as it isn’t a hindrance to Darkmania, go ahead

OOC: Elejamie posted a link to the sign in thread on a discord server I just happen to be with him. So there is some connection with him and I. Elejamie has been given the right to name the coach as a little “thanks for this contest I will surely flop hard at”.
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Copper Cuprum
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Postby Copper Cuprum » Wed Apr 28, 2021 11:59 pm


This is the second time that Copper Cuprum will be participating in the Rugby Sevens World Cup. Rugby is the most popular sport in Copper Cuprum, and although rugby league is the more popular code in the Chiefdom, both rugby union and rugby sevens still have a decent following. Copper Cuprum had been long isolated from the international community since it is a small island archipelago located deep in the middle of the Lazarus Ocean, far from any regular shipping lanes since man first sailed ships. The nation was only discovered by the Fleftic Navy in 1914, when they were searching for the daughter of President Rufus Wole Mensah, whose ship was wrecked in the general vicinity of the islands. Arriving in the capital of the islands, they discovered that Chief Zed had made the President's daughter his queen, generating a sudden alliance between the two countries. And Copper Cuprum was also rich in copper, so that was a good thing for Abanhfleft too...

Name of nation:
The Chiefdom of Copper Cuprum
Demonym: Copperite
Kits: Initially, the Copperite national rugby sevens team was not supposed to wear any kits as ordinary people know them. Instead they would have played wearing only white loincloths and nothing else. However, in the interests of modesty and compliance with the international standard, the Copperite team has elected to wear a new uniform with alternating black and white hoops and white shorts.
Team colors: Black and white
Style modifier: +1.00 (A balanced team with a slight focus on offense)
Head coach: Count Tumale Boweba (51 y/o, Copper Cuprum)
Notes: It is Copperite tradition to slit the throat of a live chicken before a game and then spread the spilled blood on the field. However, after the Valladar authorities advised the Copperite Football Federation against performing this tradition after local audiences were shocked by this tradition, it has been decided that in place of this tradition, Copperite players will now cut off the head of a rubber chicken before a game and then toss the head around like a hot potato. The Copperites hope to turn this tradition into their version of the haka.

Key: Number, name (in boldface), position, age
#1 Mabuda Oweda (Left prop, 29)
#2 Homeka Omega (Right prop, 28)
#3 Tabuta Isoka (Scrum half, 30)
#4 Satusa Heyedy (Hooker, 29)
#5 Banunu Honele (Fly half, 34, captain)
#6 Irakta Kasugna (Center, 25)
#7 Vobeda Polema (Fullback, 27)

#8 Isama Ubedo (25)
#9 Rex Barber (25)
#10 Isali Umatu (28)
#11 Noel Berry (23)
#12 Ismail Govore (32)
#13 Fenoktu Gefora (31)
#14 Chorode Hizekte (28)
#15 Hiram Massoudoglu (27, Utility player)

First Copperite Bank Stadium (capacity 50,000) is the Copperite national rugby union, rugby league, and rugby sevens team's home stadium. Located in Wa Deg, the capital of Copper Cuprum, it is also the home ground of the Wa Deg Giants of the Copperite Rugby League, Wa Deg Carabiners of the Rugby Coalition and Wa Deg Giants A.F.C. of Copperite League Two.

  • Banunu Honele is the designated kicker of the Copperite team, meaning he takes all conversions and penalties. If Honele is taken off the field then Tabuta Isoka becomes the new kicker.
  • Anything else except killing is fair game.
The Chiefdom of Copper Cuprum
Leader: Chief Deg

Client state of the Democratic Republic of Abanhfleft
Chicken killers mad for rugby union, equally mad for rugby sevens, but so much madder for rugby league
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The Licentian Isles
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Postby The Licentian Isles » Thu Apr 29, 2021 7:12 am

Licentian National Rugby Sevens Team

The Licentian Isles are a nation where rugby is close to rivalling football in popularity, though that is usually more true of the union code than the other variants of the sport. Rugby sevens is traditionally seen as entertaining, but ultimately a sideshow when compared to the 15 a side game that is most popular across the Isles. Players are often the speediest backs from union teams or players dropped from academies who are looking for a way back into professional rugby. Nonetheless, sevens has been earning greater amounts of respect in recent years, and Licentians will be hoping for a good result in the Grearish Union.

Head Coach – Elena Stevens


Starting Seven:
Prop – Dan Hill – 24 years
Hooker – Noah Deelstra – 31 years - CAPTAIN
Prop – Sophie Grant – 23 years
Scrum Half – Jamie Miller – 21 years
Fly Half – Amber Crawford – 25 years
Centre – Klara Hooft – 20 years
Wing – Cole Hamilton – 28 years


Prop – Adeline Steens – 26 years
Hooker – Curtis Gray – 25 years
Scrum Half – Tom Walker – 23 years
Fly Half – Jack van der Woude – 22 years
Centre/Wing – Jess Forbes – 19 years

Kits: The home kit of the rugby teams of the Licentian Isles are a cyan shirt with gold sash, cyan shorts, and gold socks. The change strip is white with a gold sash bordered on both sides by cyan, and utilises the same shorts and socks.

RP Permissions:
If my opponent should RP first, they may:
Choose my scorers Y
Godmod scoring events Y, but nothing too ridiculous
RP injuries to my players Y, but nothing serious, and TG me to make me aware
Godmod injuries to my players N
Hand out yellow cards to my players Y
Hand out red cards to my players N
Godmod other events N

Fair play and respect are important to Licentian players, and they should not be depicted as going outside the bounds of normal behaviour during a match without prior permission. I will also not tolerate the introduction of any virus or other world-changing thing to the Isles without prior permission.

Player ages are correct as of the first matchday.
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The Grearish Union
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Founded: Apr 20, 2020
Civil Rights Lovefest

Postby The Grearish Union » Thu Apr 29, 2021 11:00 am

Matchday 1

ImageRound 1, Friday
Breezy, 17°C at Seagull Cavern, Forsho
Pool A
Barunia 7–36 Lisander
Quebec and Shingoryeo 21–26 Sevendia
Hannasean Federation 33–7 Shreekaristan

Pool A Pld W D L PF PA PD Pts
1 Lisander 1 1 0 0 36 7 +29 3
2 Hannasean Federation 1 1 0 0 33 7 +26 3
3 Sevendia 1 1 0 0 26 21 +5 3
4 Quebec and Shingoryeo 1 0 0 1 21 26 −5 1
5 Shreekaristan 1 0 0 1 7 33 −26 1
6 Barunia 1 0 0 1 7 36 −29 1

Pool B
Sannyamathland 5–31 Nova Anglicana
Alice Bay 24–19 Darkmania
Pratapgadh 52–0 Udmar

Pool B Pld W D L PF PA PD Pts
1 Pratapgadh 1 1 0 0 52 0 +52 3
2 Nova Anglicana 1 1 0 0 31 5 +26 3
3 Alice Bay 1 1 0 0 24 19 +5 3
4 Darkmania 1 0 0 1 19 24 −5 1
5 Sannyamathland 1 0 0 1 5 31 −26 1
6 Udmar 1 0 0 1 0 52 −52 1

Pool C
Elejamie 24–14 Darmen
United States of Devonta 22–22 San Ortelio
The Licentian Isles 24–12 Suimede

Pool C Pld W D L PF PA PD Pts
1 The Licentian Isles 1 1 0 0 24 12 +12 3
2 Elejamie 1 1 0 0 24 14 +10 3
3 San Ortelio 1 0 1 0 22 22 0 2
4 United States of Devonta 1 0 1 0 22 22 0 2
5 Darmen 1 0 0 1 14 24 −10 1
6 Suimede 1 0 0 1 12 24 −12 1

Pool D
Kriegiersien 31–7 Placely Placington
Queenisa 7–31 Copper Cuprum
Hebitaka 28–14 TJUN-ia

Pool D Pld W D L PF PA PD Pts
1 Copper Cuprum 1 1 0 0 31 7 +24 3
2 Kriegiersien 1 1 0 0 31 7 +24 3
3 Hebitaka 1 1 0 0 28 14 +14 3
4 TJUN-ia 1 0 0 1 14 28 −14 1
5 Placely Placington 1 0 0 1 7 31 −24 1
6 Queenisa 1 0 0 1 7 31 −24 1
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Postby Kriegiersien » Thu Apr 29, 2021 1:31 pm

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6th Rugby Sevens World Cup

Kriegiersien 31–7 Placely Placington

Finally real rugby. After Aussie Soccer again didn’t work out for our nation, now our beloved Sevens team is on the road again. Unranked, because they didn’t play the last World Championships, but still good.

Kriegiersien wins the duel between the two teams voted Top for having “worst jerseys” with 31-7 and are now one step further away from becoming last.

“This was one of the harder games in my life. And I played one year in the Demon League. When one of your opponents begs you to kill him it is very .. just strange”, said Captain Damian Druid.

“How they behaved….. first I thought that was a complicated ruse or trick, but some of these guys are really crazy. I guess the names should have given it away”, muttered Saoul Bastian.
“It wasn’t even fun to smash the head of one of them”, said confused orcish Back Wing Glob.

The next opponent is the Commonwealth of Baker Park who haven’t given a line-up until now.

“Whoever is playing for them, they are not to be underestimated”, said Coach Amanda Ant.
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Commonwealth of Baker Park
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Postby Commonwealth of Baker Park » Thu Apr 29, 2021 7:14 pm

Commonwealth of Baker Park Rugby Union (CRU)

The Commonwealth of Baker Park Rugby Union, founded in February 1954, administers the sport as the central authority in cooperation with the seven individual state unions. Club membership currently stands at 65, while 13 other clubs have been members in the past, but are no long operating. Although there are fewer than 7,000 registered players, the sport does have a strong following in Baker Park, with a national television broadcast deal, strong regional rivalries and David v Goliath storylines.

Seven-a-side rugby has exploded in popularity in the Commonwealth over the last 15 years, especially at youth levels and among women. The CRU has embraced the spread of Sevens as a way to expose more players to the sport, and supports summer fun leagues for both boys and girls between the ages of 12 and 18; there is also an off-season sevens competition among the clubs in the Montieth Shield (the nation's top pro division) and League One (the second tier) aimed at development of younger players.

Following their debut in Istria at the XIV Summer Olympics, the CRU accepted an invitation to Neu Engellon for the AVBF Seven's, the first NSRB competition for a BP National Team.

There's been a changing of the guard, as almost half of the roster that played in those events have been replaced by younger stars from the professional ranks.

Head Coach-- Gavin Rhodes
Assistants—Kyle Fleming, Todd Eyler
Physio--Nelson Parker
Doctor-- Walter Hill, M.D.

1 Ray Dorsey P 29 Endborough City RFC
2 Stuart Mann H 25 Belle Haven RFC
3 Jack Barry P 28 Stonebridge RFC
4 Kelvin Carter SH 25 Shirley City RFC
5 Lucas Odekume FH 26 West County RFC
6 Tim Knopper C 27 Springfield Maroons RFC
7 Harris O'Neil FH 25 Middletown RFC
8 Brett Sipes P/H 28 Ezriquay City RFC
9 Fabian Dixon C 30 Castleford RFC
10 Jason Morgan SH 24 Endborough City RFC
11 Alex Fields W 27 Center Point RFC
12 Chuck Seifferth W 25 St Stephens RFC

Regular starting lineup is 1/2/3/4/5/6/12, although the quick turnaround on (IC) MD1 may see wholesale changes for the second match.

Middletown, the nation's 12th largest city, and second largest in the state of Ezra, is the spiritual home of the union code in Baker Park; Middletown RFC is the most successful club in the country based on trophies won (9 Challenge Cups, 9 league titles), and their home ground, Barnitz Stadium, has hosted more international tests than any other stadium in the country.
The influence of Middletown, and also the Ezra Rugby Union, is evident today; the national team traditionally wears shirts with alternating Navy Blue and Gray hoops, based upon the design both club and state use. As an alternative, an all white combo is used (a nod towards the 'Ghost Whites" popularized by the FAC's National Soccer Team).

Choose my pointscorers: Y
Godmod scoring events: Y
RP injuries to my players: Y
Godmod injuries to my players: Y
Hand out yellow cards (sin bin) to my players: Y
Hand out red cards (sending off) to my players: Y
Godmod other events: Y
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Postby Hebitaka » Thu Apr 29, 2021 9:26 pm

Team Hebitaka for the 6ht Rugby Sevens WC


AHSAMC has decided to send 12 players for the Rugby Sevens world cup in Grearia.


Head Coach: Harold Remonik
Asst. Coach: Narayan Gupta

Playing Seven

Prop: Ram Nandan#1
Hooker: Namako Bakugo#2
Prop: Rajesh Choudhary#3
Scrum Half: Kemono Tatsuya#4
Fly Half: Harui Totuko#5
Centre: Flick Ronin#6
Wing: Brijesh Marath#7


Mathew Naven#8
Rock Lease#9
Hiran Joshi#10
Eeshaan Verma#11
Tanushi Tatsuya#12

RP:- Just don't kill or cripple my players



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1st RP - 6th Rugby Sevens World Cup

Postby Pratapgadh » Fri Apr 30, 2021 3:25 am

Pratapgadh Decimates Udmar In Their First Match Of The Day
Written By Masoom Changezi
Rugby Sevens

Seagull Cavern, Forsho - It's the first day of the sixth edition of the Rugby Sevens World Cup. Pratapgadh is off to a good start after decimating Udmar, an unranked team. Pratapgadh scored a total of 52 points and refused Udmar any chance at a comeback. The Seven Stallions have definitely made a statement in this tournament after such a convincing performance. Even though the average age of the starting team is around 30, they played like a bunch of young guns. It's a great start for the Seven Stallions today as they take a break for their second match later on today against Darkmania.

Let's talk about the match against Udmar first. I don't know much about their team or the nation, don't have much to say about their performance today either as they were completely dominated by the Seven Stallions. The Pratapgadhi side didn't waste any time and were already on the offensive with fly-half Kshittij Pendharkar, center Aryaman Vesuwala and Sampat Asthana being the point scorers in the match. Three minutes into the first half and Vesuwala scored a try and also converted it into seven points for his side. Pendharkar and Asthana also scored a try each and Vesuwala successfully converted both of those tries. By the end of the first half, Pratapgadh were 28-0 and were in total control of the game. The second half was no different with Udmar struggling to attack and Pratapgadh scored points throughout the play. Two minutes into the second half and Vesuwala scored a drop goal and brought home three points. Asthana scored another try four minutes into the second half and Vesuwala converted that into seven points. Vesuwala also scored another two tries and converted both of them, bringing Pratapgadh's final score to 52 points. The match ended with Udmar scoring an egg and Pratapgadh coming out much more confident.

The captain, Devansh Aggarwal, took questions from reporters. I asked him how he and his team felt after their first match to which he replied, "We are thrilled after our imperious victory over Udmar. Starting off well always boosts our confidence, which will help with our next two games against Darkmania and Nova Anglicana. Both our attack and defense are on point, but we will try to perfect our game so we are ready to face teams like Nova Anglicana and Abanhfleft." He took a few more questions before he left with his team to recharge after their first match. Even though Udmar is an unranked team, I never expected the Seven Stallions to be so brutal. So this was a fun and painful match to watch. Out of all teams who played one match each, Pratapgadh has scored the most points. So I believe this is a big statement by the Pratapgadhi side that they should no longer be considered an underdog and instead be considered a threat.

Pratapgadh is on the top of their game and their group. Nova Anglicana and Alice Bay came out victorious in their first matches while Abanhfleft is yet to play a match. Nova Anglicana and Abanhfleft are the real threats to Pratapgadh in this group. Pratapgadh will be facing Nova Anglicana this afternoon and Abanhfleft the next morning. Time for me to take a break too and just enjoy other games going on. I will be updating my fellow Pratapgadhis after their match against Darkmania. Look out for more news around this tournament on and have a great day.
Cricket Rankings
  • Test Cricket: 11th (out of 12)
  • ODI: 25th (out of 48)
  • T20I: 12th (out of 39)
Cricket Stats

Updated on 28 February, 2021 (15:51 NZT)
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