Archive for June, 2009

Junior World Cup Finals! Congratulations All Blacks!

Saturday, June 20th, 2009


After a month long series of matches. The final will take place tomorrow.

Here is link to schedules and results.
Fixtures and Results

The final will pit New Zealand against England. Below are details

New Zealand vs England
June 22nd (Sun) 15:00
Prince Chichibu Memorial Rugby Ground

There will be a match between the semi-finalists before the above match.

Australia vs. South Africa
June 22nd (Sun) 13:00
Prince Chichibu Memorial Rugby Ground

GEOX アウター スペシャルプライス紳士・婦人のアウターが全て50%OFF

Friday, June 5th, 2009

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ということは・・・?
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Ticketing information for the IRB Toshiba Junior World Championship 2009

Thursday, June 4th, 2009

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The ticketing structure for the Championship, which kicks off on June 5, starts at just 300 Japanese Yen for children and 1,300 Yen for adults with tournament packages available by venue or team.

Tickets can be purchased by following this link>> <http://www.e-tix.jp/jrfu/english/ticket_jrfu_en.html>

View the IRB TOSHIBA Junior World Championship 2009 schedule>> <http://eng.jwc2009.jp/>

With the tournament being played across four regional venues in Tokyo, Fukuoka, Osaka and Nagoya, the IRB TOSHIBA Junior World Championship has the unique ability to engage fans from each of the host cities through the blend of a competitive ticketing policy, a dedicated legacy programme, double-header match days, a strong appetite for the Game and the hosting of 16 international teams.

“Both the Japan Rugby Football Union and the IRB believe that the tournament should represent an opportunity to reach out to new fans within the Japanese sporting community. We believe that this ticketing structure will serve to open the door to international Rugby across the four regions as part of a dedicated tournament legacy programme,” said IRB Chairman Bernard Lapasset.

“We have been impressed with the high level of planning and dedication undertaken by the Japan Rugby Football Union in their commitment to host the best ever IRB Age Grade tournament. Their reward, I’m sure, will be an event of high quality on and off the pitch and a lasting legacy that will boost the development of Rugby across Japan.”

Underwritten by the commercial success of Rugby World Cup, the annual IRB Junior World Championship, along with its sister event the IRB Junior World Rugby Trophy, plays a key player, coach and referee development role.

The likes of Morgan Parra, Leigh Halfpenny, David Pocock, Mathieu Bastareaud and Quade Cooper have all graduated from last year’s IRB Junior World Championship to make their mark on the world stage and Japan is looking forward to welcoming the future stars of the international Game in June.

“The Japan Rugby Football Union looks forward to the tournament in June and an event that will help to raise the profile of the Game in Japan, reach out to new audiences and reinforce the values that makes the Game so appealing to the Japanese public,” said Japan Rugby Football Union Chairman and Vice President Nobby Mashimo.

“I am sure that those visiting from abroad to watch the Championship will be treated to a warm welcome and three weeks of compelling and highly-competitive Rugby.”

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