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2006–08 European Nations Cup First Division

The European Nations Cup (ENC) First Division is the sixth edition of the so-called Six Nations B, since its launch in 2000.

2006–08 European Nations Cup First Division
Date3 February 2007 – 10 May 2008
Countries Czech Republic
 Georgia
 Portugal
 Romania
 Russia
 Spain
Final positions
Champions Georgia (2007, 2008)
Antim Cup Georgia (2007, 2008)
Tournament statistics
Matches played30

The ENC is played over two years during which all teams meet each other home and away. The games are usually played in February and March during the Six Nations Championship, and in May to avoid very cold conditions in Eastern Europe. However the winner of this does not get promoted to the Six Nations.

Contents

TableEdit

Pos Team Games Points Table
Points
Play Won Draw Lost For Ag. Diff.
1   Georgia 10 9 0 1 292 114 +178 28
2   Russia 10 8 0 2 312 147 +165 26
3   Romania 10 6 0 4 277 144 +133 22
4   Spain 10 4 0 6 233 240 −7 18
5   Portugal 10 3 0 7 174 196 −22 16
6   Czech Republic 10 0 0 10 59 506 −447 10

Season 2007Edit

3 February 2007
Romania   17–20   Georgia
Steaua, Bucarest

3 February 2007
Portugal   21–18   Spain
University, Lisbon

10 February 2007
Spain   14–39   Russia

10 March 2007
Romania   50–14   Spain

17 March 2007
Czech Republic   13–46   Romania

17 March 2007
Spain   31–17   Georgia

24 March 2007
Georgia   31–12   Russia

7 April 2007
Georgia   98–3   Czech Republic

21 April 2007
Russia   62–6   Czech Republic

5 May 2007
Czech Republic   15–42   Spain

12 May 2007
Portugal   3–21   Russia
University, Lisbon

19 May 2007
Czech Republic   3–23   Portugal

3 November 2007
Spain   46–0   Czech Republic

4 November 2007
Romania   12–22   Russia

17 November 2007
Portugal   8–23   Romania

Season 2008Edit

2 February 2008
Georgia   31–3   Portugal

9 February 2008
Georgia   22–7   Romania

16 February 2008
Portugal   42–6   Czech Republic

23 February 2008
Spain   11–17   Romania

23 February 2008
Portugal   6–11   Georgia

1 March 2008
Russia   41–26   Portugal

8 March 2008
Romania   21–15   Portugal

8 March 2008
Russia   42–16   Spain

15 March 2008
Russia   12–8   Romania

22 March 2008
Romania   76–7   Czech Republic

29 March 2008
Czech Republic   3–22   Georgia

12 April 2008
Russia   12–18   Georgia

19 April 2008
Czech Republic   3–49   Russia

26 April 2008
Georgia   22–20   Spain

10 May 2008
Spain   21–17   Portugal

See alsoEdit

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