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The Imperan Rugby is the immediate sucessor of the Tri-Nations agreement. After the disband of previous board, the new terms of the rugby organization in the Imperan League were proposed at a meeting held in Gast, Aristian Republic, shortly after the June tests.

One union, two tiers
Taking into account the difference of organization, media and money intake between the two NSRB nations and the other nations, it was decided to establish a two-tier system. Tier 1 will be permanently composed by Lisander and Alice Bay, while Grand Merina, Lorenthia, Aristian Republic and Ariannin will be part of Tier 2.

A special type of promotion and relegation
In order to allow lesser-known nations to evolve at their own pace, but having contact with the more expressive nations, a promotion system has been defined where the best Tier 2 nation will play matches against Tier 1 nations.

The Imperan Cup and the IRU Trophy
The Imperan Cup is the most important tournament of Imperan Rugby. It will be held anually, during the test season, between the Irises, the Crux and the IRU Trophy Champion. Champion and runner-up retain its NSRB privileges, and third-placed is relegated to Tier 2 for the next season.

The IRU Trophy will follow the same system. The four nations play in a Round Robin tournament and the champion is qualified to the next Imperan Cup.

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Member Unions

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Lisander: The LRU is the most sucessful of the Imperan Unions. The professionalism is in an advanced state, with a Professional League running each year, as well as open tournaments spread throughout the year. Lisander is also one the NSRB Executive Board members.

Alice Bay: Long time rivals of Lisander and the most ancient union of the Imperan League, is also a Ranked NSRB member, a little behind the Irises. Alice Bay have a professional league, but based in unions instead of clubs, and with less money involved.

Tier 2 North, Aristian Republic and Lorenthia: The former Kingdom of Aristia have a successful Olympic experience and a considerable amount of sponsors, while Lorenthia have a strong national team but a weak league comparing with the Aristians. Both nations agreed, in the foundation act of Imperan Rugby, to fund a semi-pro multinational league with teams of both nations.

Tier 2 South, Ariannin and Grand Merina: These two nations are the weakest of the union. Rugby is a traditional sport in Ariannin, but considering the limited dimensions of the City-State, there's no way to develop a professional league system. They have lots of traditional clubs, that usually field club members in occasional "beer leagues". Grand Merina, on the other hand, have a good generation of players in the early twenties. Beach Rugby is popular and most of local players live on coastal cities. Merinean Rugby heavily depends on public support.
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Postby Imperan Rugby » Fri Oct 06, 2017 10:18 am

Competitions


Nations Level

Imperan Cup
The main competition of the Imperan Rugby encompasses the Princess Alice Trophy on its games. Lisander, Alice Bay and the champions of the last IRU Trophy play for two spots in next NSRB Rugby World Cup.

IRU Trophy
A tournament for all Imperan nations except Lisander/Alice Bay. It provides fair competition to less-experienced nations.


Mixed Level

ABSA Ariannin Sevens
A spring sevens event to teams around the Imperan League, second national teams and invitational teams supported by rich companies. It is anually hosted by local amateur rugby clubs.

LARFC Sevens
The new LRU tournament, held during the Lisander Rugby Festival (together with URSA Sevens), will be an open cup for every interested player, and a point of convergence between Imperan Rugby and NSRB teams. Since Imperan Rugby (based on quality) keeps Lisander and Alice Bay as its qualifiers for NSRB competitions*, this is the opportunity for other Imperan Rugby nations/teams to pley in high level.


Club Level

PRO12
The first division of Lisanderian Rugby. It shares the position of "first-level" national tournament with Nacional de Clubes and its finalists earn spots to compete in the Rugby Union Champions Trophy (aka SEASOGS). The feeder competition for the PRO12 is the LRU Championship, national second division.

AMI Unions Cup
The highest level of competitive rugby in Alice Bay is divided in two divisions, with promotion and relegation, between the teams of districts. The league is actually Semi-pro, and players can receive part-time wages. Only the ABRU national teams players receive professional wages. AMI Premiers send champions and runners-up to Seasogs. The winner of Championship is promoted to AMI Premiers for the following season.

Super 8
Starting in NSRB Season 27, the Super 8 will be the first edition of the Multiassociational League of Imperan Rugby. As the name says, there will be 8 teams. For the first season, 4 from Aristian Republic, 3 from Lorenthia and one from Grand Merina. The plan of Super 8 Rugby Inc. is to expand the league further, involving more teams for next seasons.

Challenge League
A competition for clubs from Imperan Championships, will gather teams from PRO12, Unions Cup and Super 8 that doesn't reach NSRB Champions Trophy.
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TheRugbyZone is the biggest Rugby News website of Imperan League. TRZ is based in Newport, Alice Bay, with a major hub in Soria, Lisander and collaborators in every nation of the League.

Stay on track to read next articles here. Soon you will be able to read all the previous articles as well.

Club Rugby

Mont-Saint-Martin presents Montbenoit Old Boys Partnership - viewtopic.php?p=31940841#p31940841

June Internationals 2017

Lisander keeps the hegemony in the Princess Cup - viewtopic.php?p=31933749#p31933749

Crux wins against Lisander Barbarians and The Kiaser Colonies - viewtopic.php?p=32007704#p32007704

AVBF Sevens III

Accident with Southland U-17 XV causes commotion in Alice Bay - viewtopic.php?p=32536357#p32536357

The AVBF Sevens so far - viewtopic.php?p=32550836#p32550836

Eleazar Castell: How an orphanage boy became a instant celebrity? - viewtopic.php?p=32563429#p32563429

Group Stage ended! Hosts ahead! - viewtopic.php?p=32584917#p32584917

Alice Bay in the Basin of the Souls - viewtopic.php?p=32585050#p32585050

Elejamie v Lisander, AVBF 3 Final - viewtopic.php?p=32596350#p32596350

It falls apart - viewtopic.php?p=32615510#p32615510

Champions Trophy

The never-ending drama of Rugby Union Champions Trophy - viewtopic.php?p=32923569#p32923569

Savojar International Sevens

Somewhat tired, but yet confident, Lisander aims the top in Savojar International - viewtopic.php?p=33869841#p33869841

Savojar International Sevens: Lisander ends first day with unexpected defeat, and will play Round of 16 Qualifiers - viewtopic.php?p=33895794#p33895794

Eduardo Vins dies at 39 - viewtopic.php?p=33906117#p33906117
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Postby Imperan Rugby » Thu Nov 09, 2017 3:57 pm

Sponsors

The Imperan Rugby Union thanks to its sponsors for its commitment to rugby.

Our current sponsors:

-NTIXIS
Formerly Entexis, NTXIS is one of the major companies in Lisander, being one of the greatest industries of Information Technology in Lisander

-nordland
Nordland Airlines is the main Airline serving Lorenthia and Alice Bay. With flights to all Imperan Nations, is the primary flight partner to our great tournaments!

-Valls Rugby
For long a small rugby products manufacturer, Valls is now one of most known rugby apparel in the known world. It currently counts with nations like Lisander and Alice Bay on its contracts, and produces matchballs for top-flight leagues around Imperan League.

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The Union of Imperan Rugby
103 R Larraun
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Aristian Republic
e: info@imperanrugby.co

Chairman
Alejandro Adurtza
e: adurtza@imperanrugby.co

CEO
Victor Sauer
e: victorsauer@imperanrugby.co
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Lisander

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LRU Headquarters, Sauer Bulding, Marina Bay, Soria.

Lisander is the strongest of the Imperan Unions. The Lisander Rugby Union is the result of the Association between URSA (portuguese for Soria and Azhaar Rugby Union), SRU (Southwest Rugby Union) and URPA (portuguese for Principality of Ermines Rugby Union). and hosts its home games between EON Arena, in Despina, seat of SRU and URSA Park, in Soria, seat of URSA.

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Prior to 1990, the games between the three regional rugby unions were the peak of the Lisanderian Rugby. The four federations faced up once or twice a year, depending on the rule, and the leader of round robin between them won the Unions Cup and the title of national champion.


URSA
The União de Rugby de Soria e Azhaar; Soria and Azhaar Rugby Union is responsible for rugby in the national capital, Soria, and within its province. URSA has the oldest team of the Four Unions, The Roses. The Roses have the largest number of titles of the Unions Cup, 43 in all. The Irises captain, Andreas Linzmeyer, is also the current captain of the Roses.


SRU
The Sudoeste Rugby Union; Southwest Rugby Union is responsible for Rugby in the southern and southwestern region of Lisander. Founded three years after URSA, its historical rivalry with URSA is one more piece of the sports feud between the cities of the East and the West. The current captain of Iris XV is Cédric Carrasso, Loosehead Prop and Irises #1.


URPA
The União de Rugby do Principado dos Arminhos; Ermines Principality Rugby Union is responsible for Rugby in the northern half of Lisander. Although it covers more than half of the national territory, it is the weakest of the unions, since the area that encompasses has low population density. Eric Lasses, an Inside Centre from amateur team Sporting Grandeville, is the current captain.


A special case, the LAN
The Liga Académica Nacional; National Academic League is not a proper Union, because it does not have its own geographical jurisdiction. LAN is the National College Sports Association, responsible for the College Rugby under the authority of the LRU, and fields the Lisander Universities XV. Since it does not have a fixed team, there is no captain.

Lisander Universities XV won the Unions Cup in three ocasions.


Lisander national teams are called Quinze das Lises, or in english, "The Irises". The Irises Sevens recently won the Maracalo Cup on AVBF Sevens 3. The Lisander U-20 team (Junior Irises) won the U-20 Rugby Cup 1.

The origin of the "Irises"
Literally, the Lisanderian team should be called "Lys XV". But in Lisander, the words "Iris" and "Lys" are theoretically synonymous. The Iris pseudacorus, LRU badge, is commonly called "Fleur de Lys". In 1924, in the first tour of Lisander to Alice Bay, A local reporter looked at the jersey and translated the team name as "The Irises". Soon, it was widespread on the media, and it was accepted by the LRU.


The Main Uniform for Lisander National Rugby Teams is a green jersey with yellow trims, white shorts and green socks, and the Alternate is usually white jersey with green trims, green shorts and white socks.

Lisander National Team All-Time Results*

Category	Date		Tournament	For		-	-	-	Against
7s 23/11/2015 Racao Sevens Lisander 7 - 31 Racao
7s 24/11/2015 Racao Sevens Lisander 14 - 38 Hutanija
7s 26/11/2015 Racao Sevens Lisander 22 - 26 Scottopian Isles
7s 27/11/2015 Racao Sevens Lisander 38 - 14 Sioux Lookout
7s 27/11/2015 Racao Sevens Lisander 31 - 7 Levivania
XV 17/06/2016 Friendly Lisander 28 - 22 Alice Bay
XV 24/06/2016 Friendly Lisander 26 - 12 Lorenthia
7s 15/10/2016 URSA Sevens Lisander 40 - 0 Paradisiam
7s 16/10/2016 URSA Sevens Lisander 24 - 12 Neu Engollon
7s 17/10/2016 URSA Sevens Lisander 14 - 24 Nova Anglicana
7s 18/10/2016 URSA Sevens Lisander 14 - 26 Abahnfleft
7s 19/10/2016 URSA Sevens Lisander 14 - 24 Frenline Delpha
7s 20/10/2016 URSA Sevens Lisander 33 - 10 Barunia
7s 05/01/2017 AVBF Sevens 2 Lisander 31 - 7 Madives
7s 07/01/2017 AVBF Sevens 2 Lisander 28 - 14 Alice Bay
7s 08/01/2017 AVBF Sevens 2 Lisander 19 - 26 Elejamie
7s 09/01/2017 AVBF Sevens 2 Lisander 7 - 31 Hutanija
7s 11/01/2017 AVBF Sevens 2 Lisander 38 - 5 Nueva Andalusia
7s 14/01/2017 AVBF Sevens 2 Lisander 29 - 14 Alice Bay
7s 15/01/2017 AVBF Sevens 2 Lisander 34 - 0 Schottia
7s 17/01/2017 AVBF Sevens 2 Lisander 28 - 12 Barunia
XV 29/03/2017 Rugby World Cup 25 Lisander 10 - 24 Abahnfleft
XV 30/03/2017 Rugby World Cup 25 Lisander 41 - 13 Yesopalitha
XV 31/03/2017 Rugby World Cup 25 Lisander 10 - 13 Aquitayne
XV 01/04/2017 Rugby World Cup 25 Lisander 14 - 7 United States of Devonta
XV 02/04/2017 Rugby World Cup 25 Lisander 9 - 0 Juvencus
XV 06/04/2017 Rugby World Cup 25 Lisander 8 - 7 Elejamie
XV 07/04/2017 Rugby World Cup 25 Lisander 6 - 16 The Fair Republic
XV 11/06/2017 Friendly Lisander 23 - 12 Alice Bay
XV 17/06/2017 Friendly Lisander 13 - 26 Neu Engollon
7s 17/09/2017 AVBF Sevens 3 Lisander 29 - 21 Islana Lunigo
7s 19/09/2017 AVBF Sevens 3 Lisander 40 - 7 Romaian
7s 21/09/2017 AVBF Sevens 3 Lisander 40 - 12 Nassaki
7s 24/09/2017 AVBF Sevens 3 Lisander 41 - 0 Darkmania
7s 26/09/2017 AVBF Sevens 3 Lisander 24 - 12 Frenline Delpha
7s 28/09/2017 AVBF Sevens 3 Lisander 26 - 12 Neu Engollon
7s 30/09/2017 AVBF Sevens 3 Lisander 26 - 14 Nova Anglicana
7s 30/09/2017 AVBF Sevens 3 Lisander 26 - 14 Elejamie
7s 11/11/2017 URSA Sevens 2 Lisander 28 - 12 Copper Cuprum
7s 12/11/2017 URSA Sevens 2 Lisander 33 - 7 Bvriania
7s 14/11/2017 URSA Sevens 2 Lisander 22 - 14 New South Munster
7s 17/11/2017 URSA Sevens 2 Lisander 28 - 12 Savojarna
7s 19/11/2017 URSA Sevens 2 Lisander 24 - 14 Filindostan
7s 21/11/2017 URSA Sevens 2 Lisander 21 - 33 Hutanjia
XV 14/01/2018 Rugby World Cup 26 Lisander 34 - 16 Nexus OD Corporations
XV 14/01/2018 Rugby World Cup 26 Lisander 30 - 17 Islana Lunigo
XV 15/01/2018 Rugby World Cup 26 Lisander 34 - 16 Nexus OD Corporations
XV 17/01/2018 Rugby World Cup 26 Lisander 0 - 25 Ko-oren
XV 18/01/2018 Rugby World Cup 26 Lisander 12 - 3 Daghvir
XV 20/01/2018 Rugby World Cup 26 Lisander 13 - 3 Hutanjia
XV 21/01/2018 Rugby World Cup 26 Lisander 13 - 0 Alice Bay
XV 22/01/2018 Rugby World Cup 26 Lisander 11 - 25 Elejamie
XV 20/01/2018 Rugby World Cup 26 Lisander 19 - 3 Nova Anglicana

Played Matches: 50	Wins:38		Losses:12	Win%:76,00%

* Olympic Results, "Lisander XV" results and U-20 results doesn't count to the NSRB Rankings.
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Lisanderian rugby union system
Rugby union system in Lisander consists of professional and leagues, as well as open tournaments. It usually takes place around the autumn and winter, in football offseason. Lisander Rugby calendar doesn't follow the Rugby Union Champions Trophy/Dwile Tournament Calendar.

PRO 12
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The PRO 12 is the top level league of Rugby Union in Lisander, containing the 12 best professional clubs. It's currently in a transition process. Currently a LRU initiative, after the current season the PRO 12 will turn into a private company co-owned by the teams. For the current season, the PRO 12 have the following teams:

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Harlequins (Soria, URSA)

Saracens (Despina, SRU)

Victorian Rugby (Soria, URSA)

Despina Crusaders (Despina, SRU)

Blues (Soria, URSA)

Monforzh Rugby (Salácia, URSA)

Loren RC (Kasandora, URSA)

Hárpias RC (Grívnia, URSA)

St. Helen's Club (Soria, URSA)

Club Sparta (Sirenia, SRU)

Pines Athletic RFC (Cabo dos Pinheiros, URPA)

Shamrocks FC (Porto Gris, URSA)

The team finishing at the bottom of the PRO 12 each season is relegated to the LRU Championship, and the winner of the LRU Championship is promoted to the PRO 12.

LRU Championship
The LRU Championship is the second tier of Lisanderian Rugby, with teams matching (or about to match) PRO 12 stadia and professional structure.

Castell Rugby (Castell, URSA)

Linville Athletic RFC (Linville, URSA)

Alumni RC (Soria, URSA)

Trinity College RFC (Soria, URSA)

Club d'Escrime de Soria (Soria, URSA)

RC Thistle (Cardo, SRU)

AUDE Rugby (Despina, SRU)

Granat Rugby (Granat, SRU)

The Wasps (Kíria, URPA)

Rugby Sainte Justine (Sirenia, SRU)

Stade Lernaise (Lerna, URPA)

Mont Saint-Martin Old Boys (Mont Saint-Martin, URPA)
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PRO 12 so far


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Round 1 - September 2
Harlequins 26–10 Shamrocks
Saracens 40–12 Club Sparta
Victorian Rugby 13–14 Pines Athletic
Despina Crusaders 6–8 St. Helens
Soria Blues 20–17 Hárpias RC
Monforzh Rugby 7–5 Loren RC

Round 2 - September 9
Shamrocks 6–6 Loren RC
Hárpias RC 15–9 Monforzh Rugby
St. Helens 3–0 Soria Blues
Pines Athletic 13–14 Despina Crusaders
Club Sparta 20–6 Victorian Rugby
Harlequins 10–10 Saracens

Round 3 - September 16
Saracens 27–12 Shamrocks
Victorian Rugby 11–0 Harlequins
Despina Crusaders 6–5 Club Sparta
Soria Blues 15–19 Pines Athletic
Monforzh Rugby 7–17 St. Helens
Loren RC 17–3 Hárpias RC

Round 4 - September 30
Shamrocks 21–6 Hárpias RC
St. Helens 8–24 Loren RC
Pines Athletic 17–7 Monforzh Rugby
Club Sparta 13–13 Soria Blues
Harlequins 26–3 Despina Crusaders
Saracens 36–10 Victorian Rugby

Round 5 - October 7
Victorian Rugby 20–0 Shamrocks
Despina Crusaders 17–10 Saracens
Soria Blues 14–11 Harlequins
Monforzh Rugby 20–10 Club Sparta
Loren RC 37–10 Pines Athletic
Hárpias RC 8–7 St. Helens

Round 6 - October 14
Shamrocks 25–20 St. Helens
Pines Athletic 21–10 Hárpias RC
Club Sparta 10–3 Loren RC
Harlequins 30–24 Monforzh Rugby
Saracens 19–3 Soria Blues
Victorian Rugby 26–13 Despina Crusaders

Round 7 - October 21
Despina Crusaders 3–17 Shamrocks
Soria Blues 3–8 Victorian Rugby
Monforzh Rugby 16–23 Saracens
Loren RC 8–0 Harlequins
Hárpias RC 14–6 Club Sparta
St. Helens 0–18 Pines Athletic

Round 8 - October 28
Shamrocks 17–15 Pines Athletic
Club Sparta 7–19 St. Helens
Harlequins 25–30 Hárpias RC
Saracens 20–21 Loren RC
Victorian Rugby 8–17 Monforzh Rugby
Despina Crusaders 12–10 Soria Blues

Round 9 - November 4
Soria Blues 9–14 Shamrocks
Monforzh Rugby 7–6 Despina Crusaders
Loren RC 0–17 Victorian Rugby
Hárpias RC 9–15 Saracens
St. Helens 3–17 Harlequins
Pines Athletic 21–14 Club Sparta

No rounds disputed in November 11 and 18 due to URSA Sevens/LARFC Sevens and Lisander v Alice Bay Test Match.



PRO 14                Pld    W   D   L    PF   PA   PD   Pts 
1 Saracens 9 6 1 2 200 110 +90 26
2 Pines Athletic 9 6 0 3 148 127 +21 24
3 Loren RC 9 5 1 3 121 81 +40 22
4 Shamrocks 9 5 1 3 122 132 −10 22
5 Victorian Rugby 9 5 0 4 119 103 +16 20
6 Harlequins 9 4 1 4 145 113 +32 18
7 Monforzh Rugby 9 4 0 5 114 131 −17 16
8 St. Helens 9 4 0 5 85 112 −27 16
9 Hárpias RC 9 4 0 5 112 141 −29 16
10 Despina Crusaders 9 4 0 5 80 122 −42 16
11 Soria Blues 9 2 1 6 87 116 −29 10
12 Club Sparta 9 2 1 6 97 142 −45 10
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PRO 12 - End of the Season


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Round 10
Shamrocks 3–9 Club Sparta
Harlequins 10–3 Pines Athletic
Saracens 15–15 St. Helens
Victorian Rugby 6–10 Hárpias RC
Despina Crusaders 10–14 Loren RC
Soria Blues 14–21 Monforzh Rugby

Round 11
Monforzh Rugby 18–0 Shamrocks
Loren RC 13–11 Soria Blues
Hárpias RC 13–10 Despina Crusaders
St. Helens 20–14 Victorian Rugby
Pines Athletic 0–19 Saracens
Club Sparta 24–6 Harlequins

Round 12
Shamrocks 7–15 Harlequins
Club Sparta 7–10 Saracens
Pines Athletic 33–7 Victorian Rugby
St. Helens 13–16 Despina Crusaders
Hárpias RC 10–23 Soria Blues
Loren RC 27–10 Monforzh Rugby

Round 13
Loren RC 5–3 Shamrocks
Monforzh Rugby 6–3 Hárpias RC
Soria Blues 11–11 St. Helens
Despina Crusaders 20–7 Pines Athletic
Victorian Rugby 13–0 Club Sparta
Saracens 21–3 Harlequins

Round 14
Shamrocks 12–16 Saracens
Harlequins 24–12 Victorian Rugby
Club Sparta 7–16 Despina Crusaders
Pines Athletic 13–10 Soria Blues
St. Helens 8–8 Monforzh Rugby
Hárpias RC 21–12 Loren RC

Round 15
Hárpias RC 10–6 Shamrocks
Loren RC 26–7 St. Helens
Monforzh Rugby 33–5 Pines Athletic
Soria Blues 13–23 Club Sparta
Despina Crusaders 15–12 Harlequins
Victorian Rugby 3–24 Saracens

Round 16
Shamrocks 10–21 Victorian Rugby
Saracens 43–0 Despina Crusaders
Harlequins 10–3 Soria Blues
Club Sparta 3–20 Monforzh Rugby
Pines Athletic 18–11 Loren RC
St. Helens 11–24 Hárpias RC

Round 17
St. Helens 17–7 Shamrocks
Hárpias RC 11–3 Pines Athletic
Loren RC 20–3 Club Sparta
Monforzh Rugby 21–11 Harlequins
Soria Blues 7–17 Saracens
Despina Crusaders 20–10 Victorian Rugby

Round 18
Shamrocks 3–14 Despina Crusaders
Victorian Rugby 29–3 Soria Blues
Saracens 12–7 Monforzh Rugby
Harlequins 10–24 Loren RC
Club Sparta 17–10 Hárpias RC
Pines Athletic 14–17 St. Helens

Round 19
Pines Athletic 19–22 Shamrocks
St. Helens 12–30 Club Sparta
Hárpias RC 28–0 Harlequins
Loren RC 15–9 Saracens
Monforzh Rugby 32–6 Victorian Rugby
Soria Blues 20–7 Despina Crusaders

Round 20
Shamrocks 20–8 Soria Blues
Despina Crusaders 3–0 Monforzh Rugby
Victorian Rugby 23–9 Loren RC
Saracens 11–9 Hárpias RC
Harlequins 10–3 St. Helens
Club Sparta 47–17 Pines Athletic

Round 21
Club Sparta 34–3 Shamrocks
Pines Athletic 7–17 Harlequins
St. Helens 42–10 Saracens
Hárpias RC 14–8 Victorian Rugby
Loren RC 10–23 Despina Crusaders
Monforzh Rugby 16–15 Soria Blues

Round 22
Shamrocks 13–24 Monforzh Rugby
Soria Blues 27–27 Loren RC
Despina Crusaders 11–10 Hárpias RC
Victorian Rugby 24–13 St. Helens
Saracens 3–20 Pines Athletic
Harlequins 15–13 Club Sparta



PRO 12                   Pld    W   D   L    PF   PA   PD   Pts 
_1 Saracens 22 15 2 5 410 250 +160 64
2 Loren RC 22 13 2 7 334 256 +78 56

_3 Monforzh Rugby 22 13 1 8 330 251 +79 54
4 Despina Crusaders 22 13 0 9 245 284 −39 52
5 Hárpias RC 22 12 0 10 285 265 +20 48
6 Harlequins 22 11 1 10 288 294 −6 46

7 Victorian Rugby 22 10 0 12 295 315 −20 40
8 Pines Athletic 22 10 0 12 307 354 −47 40
9 Club Sparta 22 9 1 12 314 300 +14 38
10 St. Helens 22 8 3 11 274 321 −47 38
11 Shamrocks 22 7 1 14 231 342 −111 30
12 Soria Blues 22 4 3 15 252 333 −81 22



Semi-Final Qualifiers

1. Monforzh Rugby 31 - 19 Harlequins
Parque dos Leões, Salácia

The game at Parque dos Leões got really good. The home team occupied the space well, leaving the Quins only to hunt a ball out. And at 8' Monforzh took advantage of a sloppy drop kick to open the score, making 7-0 with a try in the middle of the posts and a perfect conversion. But it did not stop there. Although the Harlequins continued to try to react, the Monforzh line did not let anything pass. But the home team also could not pass, so tried to score kicking. And they did it. At 28 minutes, with a Drop Goal, Monforzh opened 10-0. But after the second score suffered, the Harlequins returned to the game. The team took advantage of the kickoff to gain territory and in 38 minutes, in a ball from the right, came the first try, but the wind was hard at the time of conversion and they haven't scored. Wasted opportunity, Monforzh went there and scored another one, in the last play of the first half. Ball in the middle, when the Fullback opponent arrived it was already too late. The first half ended 17-5 for the owners of the house.

On the way back to the second half, the Harlequins were better. With long kicks and speed, they came in at 17-12 with 46 minutes, with a try behind the posts, impossible to don't be converted. The game was undefined. Harlequins tried to keep the ball away, but Monforzh took advantage of the few spaces thet had, kicking forward and sending to the side. At 57' they scored again, this time a try well in the left corner, increasing the difference to 12 points again. At 68, in a bid very similar to the previous try, Harlequins scored again, narrowing the gap to 24-19. The last 10 minutes were electrifying. Monforzh even had a player expelled trying to avoid the Quins 12-phases advance, and knowing their own field, they scored the try that secured the victory in the 80 '. Final result, Monforzh 31-19 Harlequins. Monforzh in the semifinal and Quins once again, getting by the way.


2. Despina Crusaders 28 - 17 Hárpias RC
Estádio Comunal de Argos, Despina

The game between Crusaders and Harpias started well, but after the tenth minute of play, the speed and the passing game of the Despina team began to appear. At 21', the Crusaders scored the first try, in an easy ball from the right. And the defence of the Harpies did not react well, because at 25', the Crusaders scored again, this time in a clear failure of defence. The wing of the green team did everything right, and at that time they were winning by 14-0. However, at 29', after a high tackle in front of the posts, Crusaders allowed visitors to score their first points in a Penalty kick. 14-3. But it was not even the day of the Harpy defence. One more positioning failure and at 32, the Crusaders scored another try, raising the score to 21-3, and could have been even more if they did not lose a Penalty Kick at 40'.

The second half began with the visitors snapping, and after an Unsuccessful Drop Goal, the Harpies surrounded the Fullback of the Crusaders, who fumbled the ball into the in-goal. The Grivnians attack only had to touch the ball on the ground. The conversion that followed reduced the difference to 12 points at 55 minutes. However, the Harpies' greatest handicap was the defence, and many lost passes meant more time defending. The Crusaders were pushing all the time and at 74', the pressure took effect with another try. 28-10. With the game set, only remained the consolation try to Harpias, in the last game action. 28-17 and Crusaders in the semifinal.



Semi-Finals

No Soria team in the semifinals. Could this be the start of a crisis in URSA? We don't know, but good old Soria Park appeared, at least, as a venue.

1. Saracens 19 - 7 Monforzh Rugby
Soria Park


2. Loren Rugby Club 21 - 24 Despina Crusaders
Soria Park


Finals

No URSA team in the finals. Two Despina teams in the St. Helens Park, Soria!
1. Saracens 27 - 12 Despina Crusaders
St. Helens Park





UPDATE: LRU CHAMPIONSHIP SEASON

LRU Championship            Pld    W   D   L    PF   PA   PD   Pts                                                              
_1 Linville Athletic RFC 22 13 1 8 318 231 +87 54 — 3–3 10–3 8–3 39–3 20–5 23–0 13–17 34–20 10–3 24–25 17–20
2 Trinity College RFC 22 12 1 9 346 277 +69 50 10–0 — 50–0 9–5 15–11 15–0 23–32 8–17 23–13 10–3 6–15 16–15
3 Stade Lernaise 22 12 1 9 283 337 −54 50 16–13 10–29 — 8–22 10–8 7–20 9–0 14–3 36–21 17–16 28–12 10–27
4 Rugby Sainte Justine 22 12 0 10 276 268 +8 48 9–10 10–18 12–7 — 30–0 14–11 25–17 14–10 14–10 12–19 14–10 12–3
5 Club d'Escrime 22 11 1 10 296 326 −30 46 7–3 26–14 19–13 17–10 — 19–10 7–3 20–15 10–17 13–10 12–14 27–0
6 Granat Rugby 22 10 2 10 309 276 +33 44 20–3 8–14 12–23 23–13 17–17 — 7–0 9–22 14–14 20–0 13–8 24–3
7 The Wasps 22 11 0 11 272 281 −9 44 6–8 30–13 11–6 24–10 21–19 9–0 — 13–10 7–15 3–16 16–10 18–0
8 Castell Rugby 22 10 1 11 299 277 +22 42 21–13 7–3 3–10 8–22 10–0 13–20 18–7 — 3–26 10–13 27–9 19–10
9 AUDE Rugby 22 10 1 11 307 328 −21 42 3–10 21–10 17–19 0–3 20–8 3–30 23–13 0–21 — 10–7 19–13 6–7
10 Alumni RC 22 10 0 12 311 290 +21 40 13–14 12–24 14–17 38–10 14–17 15–21 14–17 16–13 31–12 — 20–14 6–3
11 RC Thistle 22 8 2 12 270 325 −55 36 11–24 16–13 10–10 10–0 13–16 20–17 5–3 26–21 6–10 10–11 — 10–10
12 Mont-Saint-Martin Old Boys 22 7 2 13 266 337 −71 32 13–19 23–20 8–10 8–12 28–20 24–8 20–22 11–11 9–27 13–20 11–3 —

Linville Athletic was promoted to the Pro12. Due to financial issues, there is not yet a third division in Lisander. Mont-Saint-Martin keeps on LRU Championship.
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I was mugged last night, and of course it was a horrible experience. I'm still nervous, so I'm going to rest for a few days before returning to NS Sports. I finished Pro12 just because I started. Alice Bay Unions cup is still uncertain.
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Alice Bay started its international Rugby Plan based on Lisander example. But Alice Bay is three times smaller. Alice Bay has only 2.4 million inhabitants (RP Data). Is a nation with the size of a small metropolis. Considering this fact, is virtually impossible to have a Professional Championship, since all teams are amateurs. Sponsoring contracts are usually small, enough only to help buying uniforms and pay for travels. And only when the team have a sponsor. Most of the time, the players have to pay from their pockets to play in amateur tournaments.

The Plan of ABRU consists in sponsoring the Unions of the 12 districts, with part of the money of their sponsors, Liniers and AMI.

Seasons and Champions:
Season 1: Osea Rugby Union
Season 2: Osea Rugby Union
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Season 2


AMI Premiers Teams
Newport Rugby Union
Osea Rugby Union
Bay City Rugby Union
Swanlakes Rugby Union
Southport Rugby Union
Cap Navarre Rugby Union (promoted)

Championship Division Teams
Edellion Rugby Union (relegated)
Cape Orion Rugby Union
Ellis Port Rugby Union
Victoriaville Rugby Union
Alston Rugby Union
Southland Rugby Union

Regular Season, AMI Premiers

Code: Select all
Round 1
Newport 16–7 Cap Navarre
Osea 24–20 Southport
Bay City 6–3 Swanlakes

Round 2
Cap Navarre 15–6 Swanlakes
Southport 14–6 Bay City
Newport 12–24 Osea

Round 3
Osea 9–14 Cap Navarre
Bay City 8–5 Newport
Swanlakes 7–10 Southport

Round 4
Cap Navarre 24–3 Southport
Newport 15–0 Swanlakes
Osea 0–22 Bay City

Round 5
Bay City 3–0 Cap Navarre
Swanlakes 15–10 Osea
Southport 7–0 Newport

Round 6
Cap Navarre 23–20 Newport
Southport 13–15 Osea
Swanlakes 14–20 Bay City

Round 7
Swanlakes 7–12 Cap Navarre
Bay City 7–9 Southport
Osea 15–3 Newport

Round 8
Cap Navarre 14–16 Osea
Newport 17–3 Bay City
Southport 3–0 Swanlakes

Round 9
Southport 18–9 Cap Navarre
Swanlakes 7–10 Newport
Bay City 6–0 Osea

Round 10
Cap Navarre 15–24 Bay City
Osea 28–16 Swanlakes
Newport 13–14 Southport

AMI Premiers          Pld    W   D   L    PF   PA   PD   Pts 
1 Bay City 10 7 0 3 105 77 +28 28
2 Southport 10 7 0 3 111 105 +6 28
3 Osea 10 6 0 4 141 135 +6 24
4 Cap Navarre 10 5 0 5 133 122 +11 20

5 Newport 10 4 0 6 111 108 +3 16
6 Swanlakes 10 1 0 9 75 129 −54 4


Semifinals
Bay City 0–24 Cap Navarre
Bay City
Southport 5–10 Osea
Southport


Final
Cap Navarre Rugby Union 12-13 Osea Rugby Union


Regular Season, Championship

Code: Select all
Round 1
Cape Orion 7–7 Edellion
Ellis Port 6–18 Southland
Victoriaville 6–7 Alston

Round 2
Edellion 7–8 Alston
Southland 10–8 Victoriaville
Cape Orion 0–12 Ellis Port

Round 3
Ellis Port 13–20 Edellion
Victoriaville 5–11 Cape Orion
Alston 20–15 Southland

Round 4
Edellion 6–25 Southland
Cape Orion 0–7 Alston
Ellis Port 31–10 Victoriaville

Round 5
Victoriaville 3–20 Edellion
Alston 3–11 Ellis Port
Southland 0–35 Cape Orion

Round 6
Edellion 3–13 Cape Orion
Southland 3–16 Ellis Port
Alston 16–23 Victoriaville

Round 7
Alston 0–6 Edellion
Victoriaville 14–17 Southland
Ellis Port 14–21 Cape Orion

Round 8
Edellion 0–7 Ellis Port
Cape Orion 13–14 Victoriaville
Southland 16–33 Alston

Round 9
Southland 0–3 Edellion
Alston 3–16 Cape Orion
Victoriaville 17–10 Ellis Port

Round 10
Edellion 8–14 Victoriaville
Ellis Port 17–3 Alston
Cape Orion 27–7 Southland

Championship Division  Pld    W   D   L    PF   PA   PD   Pts 
1 Cape Orion 10 6 1 3 143 72 +71 26
2 Ellis Port 10 6 0 4 137 95 +42 24
3 Alston 10 5 0 5 100 117 −17 20
4 Edellion 10 4 1 5 80 90 −10 18

5 Victoriaville 10 4 0 6 114 143 −29 16
6 Southland 10 4 0 6 111 168 −57 16


Semifinals
Cape Orion 10–12 Edellion
Cape Orion
Ellis Port 14–7 Alston
Ellis Port


Final
Edellion Rugby Union 0-8 Ellis Port Rugby Union
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Postby Lisander » Sun Apr 22, 2018 10:51 am

Campeonato Nacional de Primavera is the first tournament of the year and is known as a chance for small teams achieve great results. It also counts as a National Championship, theoretically equal to PRO12. This season, Nacional reached the 75th edition.

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And the surprise of the edition was a "giant killing"! From the small town of Kíria, The Wasps (a team playing with mismatched socks in the early stages) reached the finals against the almighty and Irises-filled Victorian Rugby. In the URSA Park, the Crimson had Maximiliano Luna, Henrique Domani e Kennedy Olson. Against a bunch of minimum wage players, playing a dream. A Yellow and Black Dream. But before turn back to this story, let's give a look at regular season.

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Top 14 da URSA

Top 14 da URSA             Pld    W   D   L    PF   PA   PD   Pts                                                                        
1 Hárpias RC 26 16 2 8 384 271 +113 68 — 14–21 6–3 23–3 7–7 17–3 13–6 6–6 9–8 29–0 19–0 6–20 19–14 21–9
2 Victorian Rugby 26 16 1 9 434 361 +73 66 23–21 — 16–21 7–24 25–3 13–0 32–14 10–6 13–0 7–0 34–6 27–17 28–28 9–3
3 Soria Blues 26 14 0 12 354 314 +40 56 6–10 14–3 — 32–17 20–6 17–8 21–9 18–8 3–28 23–7 7–0 15–7 12–0 23–3
4 Shamrocks 26 13 1 12 317 299 +18 54 18–15 10–3 6–5 — 9–22 3–3 14–3 29–5 26–9 15–3 18–22 17–6 14–0 20–14
5 Castell Rugby 26 12 3 11 316 308 +8 54 8–6 10–17 20–17 10–17 — 7–13 14–10 12–3 7–20 8–7 20–7 24–3 16–21 34–8
6 Loren RC 26 13 1 12 310 332 −22 54 0–19 24–21 22–17 7–3 10–8 — 19–11 16–27 32–6 20–6 24–10 10–0 21–6 15–3
7 Monforzh Rugby 26 13 0 13 394 374 +20 52 11–12 16–22 22–8 9–7 17–7 19–12 — 6–27 15–18 16–13 23–10 26–3 9–3 34–0
8 St. Helens 26 12 2 12 349 329 +20 52 15–24 36–31 20–10 13–0 3–3 12–6 14–15 — 22–7 23–6 17–13 28–0 3–10 15–6
9 Club d'Escrime 26 13 0 13 370 374 −4 52 12–5 12–25 25–14 21–10 13–15 22–26 20–24 17–13 — 13–3 13–10 13–24 22–15 16–3
10 Harlequins 26 12 0 14 371 320 +51 48 22–0 37–10 17–0 9–0 10–19 12–0 12–27 13–3 17–3 — 20–22 20–10 32–10 31–0
11 Linville Athletic RFC 26 12 0 14 270 362 −92 48 3–30 6–10 3–15 10–3 6–0 13–3 7–10 23–8 16–7 6–28 — 13–7 20–5 15–7
12 Trinity College RFC 26 11 0 15 358 383 −25 44 13–20 10–18 24–5 16–3 5–14 27–10 20–14 21–0 10–13 30–14 18–0 — 20–15 20–23
13 Azhaar Rugby 26 10 1 15 355 409 −54 42 15–30 12–3 19–6 24–21 20–8 23–6 16–13 12–13 3–19 10–24 13–15 24–14 — 30–6
14 Alumni RC 26 9 1 16 271 417 −146 38 25–3 17–6 8–22 8–10 14–14 10–0 30–15 15–9 14–13 16–8 3–14 11–13 15–7 —

The surprise of the noblest championship of Lisander was Hárpias. The team from Grivniya, led by Ilie Scarlat, finished the Top 14 with impressive 16 wins, same as powerful Victorian Rugby, but one more draw gave the Roses Cup to the Harpies. Victorian, Soria Blues and Shamrocks also secured way to National Finals. Too bad for Harlequins, who fielded a great team but hadn't found themselves on the field.


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Torneio do Interior

Torneio do Interior                     Pld    W   D   L    PF   PA   PD   Pts                                                              
1 Club Sparta 22 16 0 6 349 230 +119 64 — 24–6 13–10 6–26 6–20 10–25 21–3 21–0 37–7 28–3 18–10 17–7
2 The Wasps 22 14 0 8 295 261 +34 56 10–5 — 24–6 20–13 3–7 16–3 27–12 17–10 12–10 23–8 21–8 15–10
3 Pines Athletic 22 13 0 9 324 283 +41 52 10–22 33–3 — 16–0 18–13 20–3 9–22 10–17 8–31 7–3 30–22 18–13
4 Saracens 22 12 0 10 326 280 +46 48 21–6 16–10 3–10 — 14–13 22–10 8–0 23–10 22–13 7–30 19–20 29–5
5 Stade Lernaise 22 12 0 10 306 308 −2 48 19–8 6–13 6–32 13–29 — 23–14 10–5 35–15 18–7 13–10 17–3 3–10
6 AUDE Rugby 22 11 1 10 281 256 +25 46 3–10 14–7 23–6 17–11 19–10 — 16–22 9–9 37–20 3–16 16–12 11–8
7 Despina Crusaders 22 11 0 11 320 262 +58 44 0–11 25–12 10–12 21–11 29–16 12–3 — 22–0 11–17 14–18 15–9 35–10
8 Mont-Saint-Martin Old Boys 22 10 1 11 269 285 −16 42 10–13 10–14 10–13 27–13 21–22 6–5 7–6 — 14–10 20–6 15–0 13–18
9 Aomori Blitz 22 8 2 12 250 298 −48 36 5–13 10–3 10–7 8–3 9–12 0–15 3–7 3–18 — 20–20 22–7 15–7
10 Rugby Sainte Justine 22 8 1 13 247 295 −48 34 15–24 0–10 11–10 5–16 13–10 6–0 16–5 5–16 5–12 — 17–20 18–8
11 RC Thistle 22 8 1 13 270 340 −70 34 7–10 22–14 14–25 6–7 13–20 7–18 10–9 17–14 12–8 13–12 — 28–3
12 Granat Rugby 22 5 2 15 220 359 −139 24 13–26 9–15 10–14 14–13 17–0 3–17 16–35 3–7 10–10 16–10 10–10 —

On the other half of Lisander, the one that doesn't breathe rugby 24/7, the Southwestern Rugby and the Principality of Ermines Union once more played together, in the Torneio do Interior (Country Championship). And the expected victory of the Despina teams didn't come. Without Kevin Armada, that left for Neu Engollon (with a brief appearance in Aristian Rugby), Saracens weren't the same and only qualified as fourth, behind Club Sparta, the surprise of the season Wasps, and Pines Athletic.


75º CAMPEONATO NACIONAL DE PRIMAVERA

Quartas de Final - Quarterfinals
Hárpias RC 6–17 Saracens
The Wasps 7–0 Soria Blues
Club Sparta 10–10 Shamrocks (10–17 AET)
Victorian Rugby 10–3 Pines Athletic

Semifinais - Semifinals
Saracens 7–19 The Wasps
Shamrocks 0–10 Victorian Rugby

Final - Sauer Trophy
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Season 3


AMI Premiers Teams
Newport Rugby Union
Osea Rugby Union
Bay City Rugby Union
Ellis Port Rugby Union (promoted)
Southport Rugby Union
Cap Navarre Rugby Union

Championship Division Teams
Edellion Rugby Union
Cape Orion Rugby Union
Victoriaville Rugby Union
Alston Rugby Union
Swanlakes Rugby Union (relegated)
Southland Rugby Union


Regular Season


AMI Premiers          Pld    W   D   L    PF   PA   PD   Pts                                
1 Osea 10 6 1 3 135 68 +67 26 — 18–10 13–0 6–7 16–3 3–0
2 Ellis Port 10 5 1 4 133 128 +5 22 13–6 — 10–14 20–18 30–30 6–5
3 Southport 10 5 1 4 77 111 −34 22 0–30 17–5 — 20–10 3–13 17–11
4 Newport 10 4 1 5 129 118 +11 18 3–3 11–10 16–0 — 15–17 36–11

5 Cap Navarre 10 4 1 5 110 143 −33 18 13–23 3–10 0–3 14–13 — 14–10
6 Bay City 10 3 1 6 102 118 −16 14 19–17 6–19 3–3 17–0 20–3 —


Championship Division  Pld    W   D   L    PF   PA   PD   Pts                                
1 Alston 10 7 0 3 137 107 +30 28 — 24–10 3–13 14–13 18–8 13–10
2 Edellion 10 7 0 3 114 106 +8 28 17–3 — 7–28 14–13 15–8 8–3
3 Swanlakes 10 6 1 3 132 77 +55 26 6–7 10–5 — 3–14 10–10 23–3
4 Southland 10 4 1 5 113 110 +3 18 10–7 3–18 3–10 — 20–12 17–17

5 Cape Orion 10 2 1 7 102 142 −40 10 3–14 7–10 12–17 15–10 — 22–7
6 Victoriaville 10 2 1 7 98 154 −56 10 17–34 7–10 13–12 0–10 21–5 —



Finals
AMI Premiers
Semifinals
Osea 26–7 Newport
Ellis Port 15–19 Southport

Final
Osea 14–6 Southport

Osea Rugby Union keep as the biggest force in alicean rugby, winning the third title in three AMI Premiers.

Championship Division
Semifinals
Alston 3–19 Southland
Edellion 0–17 Swanlakes

Final
Southland 14–5 Swanlakes

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The semi-pro national teams of Imperan Rugby gathered to Gast, a city in the eastern region of Aristian Republic, to play the second tier tournament of the organization. The IRU Trophy was held in Stade Felix Irraun. The event spanned over a week, with teams playing every other day.


Round 1 - Sunday
Ariannin 5–10 Lorenthia
Aristian Republic 3–6 Grand Merina

Round 2 - Tuesday
Lorenthia 7–23 Grand Merina
Ariannin 0–8 Aristian Republic

Round 3 - Thursday
Aristian Republic 16–0 Lorenthia
Grand Merina 13–5 Ariannin

Final Standings
IRU Trophy           Pld   W  D  L  Pts 
1 Grand Merina 3 3 0 0 12
2 Aristian Republic 3 2 0 1 8
3 Lorenthia 3 1 0 2 4
4 Ariannin 3 0 0 3 0


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Campeonato de Rugby da Liga Académica Nacional
National Academic League Rugby Championship


The National Academic League Rugby Championship is the equivalent of the Campeonato Nacional de Clubes. Organized by LAN, with the consent of the LRU, it has twenty-two teams, divided between two Divisions. The Metropolitan division is the stronger and has 12 teams, four of them from the University of Soria: Direito Soria (Law School), HIS Rugby (Degree in History), Med Soria (Medical School) and Engenharia Rugby (Engineering School).
Other featured teams are URSA Rose University Juniors and Trinity College Juniors, both teams intended to develop players to Professional League: The first one is an initiative of URSA to give players from team academies an opportunity in University, while the second is a University who also has a professional team, playing the LRU Championship (professional second division).
With less expression, the National Division have only ten teams, with the Universidade of Sudoeste (USD) and University of Saint Michael Archangel (USMA), both from Despina, the most known of them.

Regular Season
Teams in each division play for six spots in Finals: Metropolitan Division have three, National Division have two, and the sixth spot being contested in a playoff between 4th-placed in Metropolitan and 3rd-placed in National.

Metropolitan Division
Metropolitano de Rugby da LAN   Pld    W   D   L    PF   PA   PD   Pts 
1 Trinity College Juniors 11 7 1 3 193 94 +99 30
2 Politechnica Soria 11 7 1 3 122 88 +34 30
3 Direito Soria 11 7 1 3 157 128 +29 30

4 U de Haegen 11 7 0 4 183 105 +78 28
5 URSA Rose University Juniors 11 7 0 4 172 126 +46 28
6 Engenharia Rugby 11 5 1 5 140 143 −3 22
7 HIS Rugby Soria 11 5 1 5 178 182 −4 22
8 Brax University 11 5 1 5 147 159 −12 22
9 UMetro Soria 11 5 0 6 125 99 +26 20
10 U Sainte-Croix 11 5 0 6 146 152 −6 20
11 Med Soria 11 3 0 8 154 194 −40 12
12 U Azhaar 11 0 0 11 39 286 −247 0


National Division
Nacional de Rugby da LAN        Pld    W   D   L    PF   PA   PD   Pts 
1 U de Lerna 9 8 0 1 200 88 +112 32
2 USD-Despina 9 6 1 2 135 92 +43 26

3 U Concordia Kasandora 9 6 0 3 179 112 +67 24
4 Instituto de Sendas 9 5 0 4 123 94 +29 20
5 U Portia 9 5 0 4 155 128 +27 20
6 U Justiniensis 9 4 1 4 122 125 −3 18
7 USMA 9 4 0 5 115 137 −22 16
8 U Blanchecroix 9 3 1 5 117 129 −12 14
9 Universidade de Salinas 9 2 1 6 114 133 −19 10
10 Aomori Institute of Technology 9 0 0 9 36 258 −222 0



Knockout Rounds
Wildcard
U de Haegen 17–3 U Concordia Kasandora

Quarterfinals
Politechnica Soria 29–19 U de Haegen
USD-Despina 24–3 Direito Soria

Semifinals
Trinity College Juniors 8–3 USD-Despina
U de Lerna 7–13 Politechnica Soria

Finals
Trinity College Juniors 22–3 Politechnica Soria

Lisander Academic Champions
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Season 4


AMI Premiers Teams
Newport Rugby Union
Osea Rugby Union
Southland Rugby Union (promoted)
Ellis Port Rugby Union
Southport Rugby Union
Cap Navarre Rugby Union

Championship Division Teams
Edellion Rugby Union
Cape Orion Rugby Union
Victoriaville Rugby Union
Alston Rugby Union
Bay City Rugby Union (relegated)
Swanlakes Rugby Union


Regular Season


AMI Premiers          Pld    W   D   L    PF   PA   PD   Pts                                                  
1 Osea 10 6 0 4 161 120 +41 24 — 8–0 16–18 20–33 30–18 3–11
2 Southland 10 5 1 4 129 104 +25 22 14–5 — 7–0 7–32 13–15 20–3
3 Newport 10 5 1 4 115 125 −10 22 16–31 10–10 — 7–15 10–17 13–3
4 Southport 10 5 0 5 154 132 +22 20 10–23 11–24 10–14 — 7–6 0–13

5 Ellis Port 10 4 1 5 107 151 −44 18 0–12 17–14 6–12 12–10 — 9–36
6 Cap Navarre 10 3 1 6 92 126 −34 14 0–13 3–20 10–15 6–26 7–7 —


Championship Division  Pld    W   D   L    PF   PA   PD   Pts                                                              
1 Bay City 10 9 0 1 110 45 +65 36 — 19–3 8–7 13–7 3–0 10–7
2 Cape Orion 10 6 0 4 88 87 +1 24 0–16 — 14–7 22–3 6–18 13–0
3 Edellion 10 4 0 6 122 118 +4 16 9–13 6–10 — 14–24 21–19 17–8
4 Alston 10 4 0 6 108 130 −22 16 0–14 0–6 12–9 — 16–7 3–23

5 Swanlakes 10 4 0 6 98 124 −26 16 12–8 10–3 3–15 17–12 — 6–24
6 Victoriaville 10 3 0 7 98 120 −22 12 0–6 8–11 7–17 5–31 16–6 —



Finals
AMI Premiers
Semifinals
Osea 19–17 Southport
Southland 8–12 Newport

Final
Osea 10–24 Newport

Newport Rugby Union wins its first Unions Cup, ending three years of Osea Rugby Union dominance.

Championship Division
Semifinals
Bay City 15–8 Alston
Cape Orion 25–12 Edellion

Final
Bay City 15–17 Cape Orion

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Lisander Rugby gone through a slight rebrand for the league this season. Starting after the historic campaign of Rugby World Cup, where Irises finished third, the First Division was renamed to Top 12, considering two facts. Firstly, Lisander is incontestably one of the top nations in Rugby Union in this moment, and secondly, first division isn't more the only professional division in the Principality. And it wasn't the only change in the league. The arrival of some international players, like Marcel Lebrun (joining Harlequins under a millionaire contract) and Nathan Cross (St. Helens) from Nova Anglicana, as well as Neu Engollonian Andre Callenzo (Victorian), gave a new breath to the competition. The unofficial start of the competition was the presentation of Marcel Lebrun, with a game between his previous team, Sept-Iles Chanteclairs, and his new team, Harlequins.

Pre-Season Friendly:
Harlequins 14–25 Sept-Iles Chanteclairs¹
URSA Park


The Season
Season                 Pld    W   D   L    PF   PA   PD   Pts                                                              
1 Saracens 22 16 0 6 381 249 +132 64 — 29–7 32–7 35–18 18–14 0–20 35–7 12–10 8–16 15–18 28–0 26–6
2 Pines Athletic 22 14 0 8 333 244 +89 56 7–19 — 29–15 6–10 27–15 7–10 18–10 9–10 15–3 21–6 20–0 15–10

3 Harlequins 22 12 1 9 332 336 −4 50 17–27 0–24 — 24–17 21–14 20–14 14–12 15–10 6–16 15–0 20–17 7–16
4 Monforzh Rugby 22 11 2 9 260 239 +21 48 14–5 10–12 13–13 — 16–5 3–15 0–16 8–10 17–7 11–17 6–10 8–3
5 Hárpias RC 22 11 0 11 310 307 +3 44 24–10 20–0 21–20 3–15 — 15–14 26–18 17–10 3–10 17–3 13–0 3–10
6 Victorian Rugby 22 10 1 11 335 266 +69 42 10–15 10–22 8–9 3–12 34–25 — 3–13 20–13 23–28 27–8 19–0 10–10

7 Shamrocks 22 10 1 11 305 287 +18 42 10–19 13–3 10–23 3–13 27–3 19–10 — 25–6 3–16 12–7 7–20 20–23
8 Loren Rugby Kasandora 22 10 1 11 293 305 −12 42 21–6 34–16 6–23 10–10 27–26 16–10 3–8 — 20–7 10–7 15–17 20–13
9 St. Helens 22 10 0 12 242 319 −77 40 0–3 7–17 0–14 13–24 11–7 5–20 10–17 10–9 — 10–27 16–15 23–20
10 Club Sparta 22 9 0 13 253 336 −83 36 7–12 3–22 20–11 8–10 6–13 6–26 22–20 17–7 20–23 — 11–6 17–15
11 Linville Athletic RFC 22 8 1 13 216 276 −60 34 0–9 10–18 7–24 7–13 3–10 10–6 10–10 22–13 16–5 20–3 — 0–7
12 Despina Crusaders 22 7 1 14 244 340 −96 30 16–18 0–18 23–14 14–12 7–16 10–23 3–25 7–13 15–6 13–20 3–26 —

Qualified to Semifinals
Qualified to Quarterfinals
Relegated to LRU Championship


Knockout Rounds
Quarterfinals:
Harlequins 12-3 Victorian Rugby
URSA Park
Monforzh Rugby 3-10 Hárpias RC
Estadio Comunal de Salacia


Semifinals:
Saracens 17-0 Hárpias RC
EON Arena
Pines Athletic 9-18 Harlequins
Pines Arena


Final Match:
Saracens 3–21 Harlequins
Stade Beaumont, Beaumont


Top 12 Champions:
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Harlequins


¹Used last known ranks for Chanteclairs (3.20, after RUCT25), and paired with points of Harlequins last three RUCT/Dwile Tournaments (2.60, after RUCT27).
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IRLA Super League I presented by DMT


▶Season
Code: Select all
Round 1
Grivniya RLFC (LIS) 12–4 Vasmaris Admirals (VAS)
Nortmer Kings (ARS) 6–14 Syzie Blues (VAS)
Osea Rovers (ALB) 8–22 Syzie 1694 (VAS)
Repsta Vulpes (VAS) 10–8 Soria Rebels (LIS)

Round 2
Vasmaris Admirals (VAS) 20–8 Soria Rebels (LIS)
Syzie 1694 (VAS) 6–0 Repsta Vulpes (VAS)
Syzie Blues (VAS) 12–0 Osea Rovers (ALB)
Grivniya RLFC (LIS) 2–2 Nortmer Kings (ARS)

Round 3
Nortmer Kings (ARS) 19–0 Vasmaris Admirals (VAS)
Osea Rovers (ALB) 11–26 Grivniya RLFC (LIS)
Repsta Vulpes (VAS) 6–0 Syzie Blues (VAS)
Soria Rebels (LIS) 12–16 Syzie 1694 (VAS)

Round 4
Vasmaris Admirals (VAS) 2–23 Syzie 1694 (VAS)
Syzie Blues (VAS) 6–20 Soria Rebels (LIS)
Grivniya RLFC (LIS) 2–11 Repsta Vulpes (VAS)
Nortmer Kings (ARS) 2–6 Osea Rovers (ALB)

Round 5
Osea Rovers (ALB) 12–18 Vasmaris Admirals (VAS)
Repsta Vulpes (VAS) 1–6 Nortmer Kings (ARS)
Soria Rebels (LIS) 17–8 Grivniya RLFC (LIS)
Syzie 1694 (VAS) 0–4 Syzie Blues (VAS)

Round 6
Vasmaris Admirals (VAS) 11–0 Syzie Blues (VAS)
Grivniya RLFC (LIS) 16–2 Syzie 1694 (VAS)
Nortmer Kings (ARS) 2–7 Soria Rebels (LIS)
Osea Rovers (ALB) 4–8 Repsta Vulpes (VAS)

Round 7
Repsta Vulpes (VAS) 8–6 Vasmaris Admirals (VAS)
Soria Rebels (LIS) 12–14 Osea Rovers (ALB)
Syzie 1694 (VAS) 8–6 Nortmer Kings (ARS)
Syzie Blues (VAS) 6–6 Grivniya RLFC (LIS)

Round 8
Vasmaris Admirals (VAS) 8–18 Grivniya RLFC (LIS)
Syzie Blues (VAS) 22–12 Nortmer Kings (ARS)
Syzie 1694 (VAS) 2–10 Osea Rovers (ALB)
Soria Rebels (LIS) 1–8 Repsta Vulpes (VAS)

Round 9
Soria Rebels (LIS) 6–7 Vasmaris Admirals (VAS)
Repsta Vulpes (VAS) 4–26 Syzie 1694 (VAS)
Osea Rovers (ALB) 4–0 Syzie Blues (VAS)
Nortmer Kings (ARS) 0–2 Grivniya RLFC (LIS)

Round 10
Vasmaris Admirals (VAS) 8–18 Nortmer Kings (ARS)
Grivniya RLFC (LIS) 5–7 Osea Rovers (ALB)
Syzie Blues (VAS) 12–0 Repsta Vulpes (VAS)
Syzie 1694 (VAS) 12–2 Soria Rebels (LIS)

Round 11
Syzie 1694 (VAS) 4–10 Vasmaris Admirals (VAS)
Soria Rebels (LIS) 4–7 Syzie Blues (VAS)
Repsta Vulpes (VAS) 0–22 Grivniya RLFC (LIS)
Osea Rovers (ALB) 10–9 Nortmer Kings (ARS)

Round 12
Vasmaris Admirals (VAS) 4–18 Osea Rovers (ALB)
Nortmer Kings (ARS) 10–10 Repsta Vulpes (VAS)
Grivniya RLFC (LIS) 2–4 Soria Rebels (LIS)
Syzie Blues (VAS) 14–8 Syzie 1694 (VAS)

Round 13
Syzie Blues (VAS) 2–0 Vasmaris Admirals (VAS)
Syzie 1694 (VAS) 3–10 Grivniya RLFC (LIS)
Soria Rebels (LIS) 10–22 Nortmer Kings (ARS)
Repsta Vulpes (VAS) 0–18 Osea Rovers (ALB)

Round 14
Vasmaris Admirals (VAS) 26–8 Repsta Vulpes (VAS)
Osea Rovers (ALB) 21–22 Soria Rebels (LIS)
Nortmer Kings (ARS) 12–12 Syzie 1694 (VAS)
Grivniya RLFC (LIS) 4–20 Syzie Blues (VAS)



▶Final Table
Season                   Pld    W   D   L    PF   PA   PD   Pts 
1 Syzie Blues 14 9 1 4 119 81 +38 19
2 Grivniya RLFC 14 7 2 5 135 95 +40 16
3 Osea Rovers 14 8 0 6 143 142 +1 16
4 Syzie 1694 14 7 1 6 144 110 +34 15
5 Repsta Vulpes 14 6 1 7 74 147 −73 13
6 Vasmaris Admirals 14 6 0 8 124 156 −32 12
7 Nortmer Kings 14 4 3 7 126 112 +14 11
8 Soria Rebels 14 5 0 9 133 155 −22 10


▶Semifinals
Syzie 1694 (VAS) 15–8 Syzie Blues (VAS)
Osea Rovers (ALB) 8–20 Grivniya RLFC (LIS)

▶Finals
Syzie 1694 (VAS) 6–0 Grivniya RLFC (LIS)

Champion
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Syzie 1694 (1st title)
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Unions Cup
Season 5


AMI Premiers Teams
Newport Rugby Union
Osea Rugby Union
Southland Rugby Union
Ellis Port Rugby Union
Southport Rugby Union
Cape Orion Rugby Union (promoted)


Championship Division Teams
Edellion Rugby Union
Cap Navarre Rugby Union (relegated)
Victoriaville Rugby Union
Alston Rugby Union
Bay City Rugby Union
Swanlakes Rugby Union


Regular Season


AMI Premiers          Pld    W   D   L    PF   PA   PD   Pts                                
1 Osea 10 8 0 2 125 77 +48 32 — 3–0 17–8 17–14 27–23 10–0
2 Newport 10 5 2 3 90 75 +15 24 8–0 — 10–10 3–10 7–7 10–7
3 Ellis Port 10 5 2 3 123 109 +14 24 0–10 10–16 — 13–13 10–7 20–0
4 Southland 10 4 1 5 110 121 −11 18 0–25 5–12 13–21 — 10–6 5–17

5 Cape Orion 10 3 1 6 134 120 +14 14 10–13 23–11 13–14 7–12 — 24–3
6 Southport 10 2 0 8 64 144 −80 8 14–3 0–13 10–17 0–28 13–14 —


Championship Division  Pld    W   D   L    PF   PA   PD   Pts                                
1 Alston 10 7 0 3 126 100 +26 28 — 10–16 7–13 24–10 7–0 6–5
2 Swanlakes 10 5 2 3 130 109 +21 24 23–13 — 16–29 23–0 10–20 10–7
3 Edellion 10 5 1 4 133 116 +17 22 6–10 10–22 — 15–3 12–15 10–8
4 Victoriaville 10 4 2 4 94 122 −28 20 10–13 3–3 10–10 — 7–3 11–7

5 Bay City 10 3 1 6 86 111 −25 14 0–18 7–7 8–15 21–22 — 6–3
6 Cap Navarre 10 3 0 7 87 98 −11 12 17–18 10–0 17–13 3–18 10–6 —



Finals
AMI Premiers
Semifinals
Southland 21–16 Osea
Ellis Port 7–20 Newport

Final
Newport 8–14 Southland

Champions
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Southland Rugby Union wins its first Unions Cup.

Championship Division
Semifinals
Victoriaville 5–17 Alston
Edellion 3–14 Swanlakes

Final
Alston 7–0 Swanlakes

Alston Rugby Union has been promoted to AMI Premiers. Southport Rugby Union has been relegated.
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LRU Championship - Previous Season

The second division was won by RFC Thistle, from Cardo ("Thistle City" in Portuguese). The purple team lifts its first title and reaches the top division. They also secured a sponsorship to participate in TOP 12 for at least one season, reaching the minimum criteria to play division 1.
LRU Championship            Pld    W   D   L    PF   PA   PD   Pts 
1 RFC Thistle 22 14 3 5 319 245 +74 62
2 Granat Rugby 22 15 0 7 378 336 +42 60
3 Castell Rugby 22 13 0 9 347 281 +66 52
4 The Wasps 22 11 1 10 299 304 −5 46
5 Trinity College RFC 22 11 0 11 293 299 −6 44
6 Stade Lernaise 22 11 0 11 283 294 −11 44
7 Alumni RC 22 11 0 11 286 355 −69 44
8 Club d'Escrime 22 9 2 11 316 281 +35 40
9 AUDE Rugby 22 8 2 12 275 328 −53 36
10 Soria Blues 22 8 1 13 270 283 −13 34
11 Rugby Sainte Justine 22 8 1 13 238 264 −26 34
12 Mont-Saint-Martin Old Boys 22 7 2 13 260 294 −34 32
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TOP 12 is the first division of Rugby Union in Lisander. The biggest and most loved league in Lisander finished with the title being disputed in a derby by two of the oldest and most traditional teams from the powerful URSA (Soria and Azhaar Rugby Union). The favourites of the competition, Victorian Rugby, reinforced by Irises Maxi Luna, Henrique Domani, Milen Brandet, former capped Filipe Sarto and Neu Engollian Andre Callenzo, defeated the Linville Athletic RFC, who had Maurice Gear and Gaetan Latta as its capped players. 26-13 for The Burgundy in the final match. Both teams qualified for the Rugby Union Champions Trophy, While Harlequins, Saracens and Club Sparta qualified for Imperan Rugby Challenge League, the new Imperan Rugby international competition.

League
TOP 12                         Pld    W   D   L    PF   PA   PD   Pts                                                              
1 Victorian Rugby 22 15 1 6 332 246 +86 62 — 8–15 27–9 20–6 10–3 18–13 10–10 30–10 13–6 20–6 32–25 26–14
2 Saracens 22 14 1 7 345 284 +61 58 11–10 — 6–13 7–0 22–17 31–10 18–8 24–13 33–16 9–5 10–3 25–13
3 Harlequins 22 13 1 8 379 275 +104 54 7–19 28–7 — 20–10 3–3 9–25 18–28 26–6 22–11 23–8 43–6 35–3
4 Linville Athletic RFC 22 13 1 8 295 221 +74 54 25–7 13–0 17–7 — 7–16 6–17 23–6 22–6 16–5 22–10 10–6 28–13
5 Club Sparta 22 10 3 9 251 226 +25 46 10–0 10–10 17–6 0–0 — 16–13 11–14 13–30 3–0 17–0 20–3 26–3
6 Pines Athletic 22 10 1 11 329 352 −23 42 3–16 21–13 13–17 6–7 17–14 — 17–3 24–16 12–10 11–7 9–17 22–3
7 St. Helens 22 9 2 11 328 341 −13 40 6–14 35–11 13–24 13–6 16–28 25–25 — 0–10 26–13 22–7 20–0 36–20
8 Monforzh Rugby 22 10 0 12 307 347 −40 40 31–3 10–24 13–5 15–8 0–18 27–6 20–10 — 17–20 3–18 21–8 11–8
9 Hárpias RC 22 9 1 12 305 295 +10 38 0–7 16–13 13–21 15–13 23–3 31–10 10–27 14–10 — 32–12 7–7 28–0
10 RC Thistle 22 9 0 13 262 302 −40 36 8–20 12–24 11–13 7–13 22–3 32–23 21–7 26–12 0–18 — 11–0 9–3
11 Loren RC 22 7 1 14 248 324 −76 30 6–12 5–24 8–6 8–16 20–3 17–20 19–3 40–7 13–10 7–8 — 16–14
12 Shamrocks 22 7 0 15 237 405 −168 28 22–10 18–8 11–24 17–27 7–0 17–12 16–0 0–19 17–7 0–22 18–14 —


Quarterfinals
Harlequins 21–10 Pines Athletic
Linville Athletic RFC 11–0 Club Sparta


Semifinals
Saracens 12–13 Linville Athletic RFC
Victorian Rugby 12–10 Harlequins


Final Match
Victorian Rugby 26–13 Linville Athletic RFC



Champions
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Victorian Rugby



In the LRU Championship, Soria Blues recovered of a Bad last season, and in its second year playing the second division, they won the access back after finishing the league first, followed by the new small sensation of the league, Kiria Wasps.
LRU Championship               Pld    W   D   L    PF   PA   PD   Pts                                                              
1 Soria Blues 22 15 0 7 335 242 +93 60 — 17–0 10–22 27–14 39–3 10–12 29–13 26–0 13–11 22–3 18–6 9–0
2 The Wasps 22 13 0 9 305 280 +25 52 39–10 — 16–7 14–12 14–10 32–5 10–7 17–9 19–7 18–10 13–0 6–21
3 Despina Crusaders 22 12 0 10 295 247 +48 48 17–8 23–3 — 18–12 21–8 25–21 10–6 21–3 6–24 19–3 24–13 9–6
4 Mont-Saint-Martin Old Boys 22 12 0 10 315 303 +12 48 3–15 12–3 11–10 — 12–16 26–10 23–10 3–11 17–31 23–16 26–10 22–0
5 Granat Rugby 22 12 0 10 293 309 −16 48 27–9 13–25 13–7 34–21 — 9–7 15–20 0–27 26–3 13–14 13–7 22–14
6 Alumni RC 22 11 0 11 297 259 +38 44 10–11 35–0 19–13 6–9 22–17 — 11–0 39–19 31–3 9–10 16–15 6–0
7 Rugby Sainte Justine 22 11 0 11 255 269 −14 44 16–0 3–18 8–7 17–8 16–8 13–7 — 15–16 9–3 13–22 20–18 13–3
8 Club d'Escrime 22 10 1 11 244 325 −81 42 6–12 8–6 15–0 10–13 6–14 20–14 15–13 — 10–6 8–3 21–24 6–24
9 Stade Lernaise 22 10 0 12 264 277 −13 40 20–31 17–26 3–0 13–18 3–7 3–6 6–0 34–14 — 16–6 10–6 16–14
10 Castell Rugby 22 9 1 12 232 294 −62 38 7–8 10–3 15–3 13–0 0–7 14–0 14–10 13–17 5–22 — 14–14 22–24
11 Trinity College RFC 22 7 2 13 274 288 −14 32 7–11 34–17 20–0 13–20 10–3 10–3 16–20 0–0 0–3 17–18 — 14–0
12 AUDE Rugby 22 8 0 14 247 263 −16 32 6–0 10–6 10–33 6–10 12–15 0–8 10–13 28–3 13–10 28–0 18–20 —
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