2010 IRB Junior World Championship

The 2010 IRB Junior World Championship was the third annual international rugby union competition for Under 20 national teams, this competition replaced the now defunct under 19 and under 21 world championships. The event was organised by rugby's governing body, the International Rugby Board (IRB). The competition was contested by 12 men's junior national teams and was held in June 2010 and hosted by Argentina. The competition was won by New Zealand.[1]

2010 IRB Junior World Championship
2010 JRWC.jpg
Tournament details
Host nation Argentina
Date5 June 2010–
21 June 2010
No. of nations12
Final positions
Champions New Zealand
Runner-up Australia
Third place South Africa
Tournament statistics
Matches played30
Top scorer(s) Tyler Bleyendaal (NZL)
Most tries Julian Savea (NZL)
2009 Japan
Italy 2011

VenuesEdit

City Ground Capacity
Santa Fe Estadio Brigadier General Estanislao López 32,500
Paraná Club Atlético Estudiantes 16,740
Rosario Estadio Newell's Old Boys 39,121

Pool stageEdit

Pool AEdit

Team Pld W D L TF PF PA +/- BP Pts
  New Zealand 3 3 0 0 22 164 28 +136 3 15
  Wales 3 2 0 1 5 63 59 +4 0 8
  Fiji 3 1 0 2 3 29 87 −58 0 4
  Samoa 3 0 0 3 3 32 114 −82 1 1

Source

5 June
2:00pm
Fiji   11 – 44   New Zealand
Nasiganiyavi   29' Report[2] Try: Robertson   16'
Allen   24'
Grice   46'
Polwart   80'
Marshall   89'
Con: Parker (3/3)   17'25'47'
Bleyendaal (2/2)   81'90'
Pen: Parker   2'5'57'

5 June
4:00pm
Wales   22 – 13   Samoa
Jarvis P 5
Jarvis P 15
Faletau   18'
Jarvis P 28
Jarvis P 42
Jarvis P 70
Beck T 73
Jarvis C 74
Report[3] Tualaulelei T 20
Sililoto T 40+1
Faleono P 47
Club Atlético Estudiantes, Paraná
Referee:   Nathan Pearce

9 June
3:00pm
Wales   31 – 3   Fiji
Jarvis P 8
Jarvis P 10
John T 12
Jarvis C 13
Jarvis P 19
Allen T 24
Jarvis P 46
Beck T 80+2
Shingler C 80+3
Report[4] Nalasekata   18'
Matavesi P 20
Ugavule   66'

9 June
4:00pm
New Zealand   77 – 7   Samoa
Bleyendaal (c) P 11
Bleyendaal (c) P 17
Thomson T 20
Thomson T 25
Bleyendaal (c) C 26
Veainu T 29
Bleyendaal (c) C 30
Savea T 32
Bleyendaal (c) T 36
Bleyendaal (c) C 37
Savea T 46
Bleyendaal (c) C 47
Savea T 50
Bleyendaal (c) C 51
Ngauamo T 63
Savea T 72
Parker C 73
Ngatai T 75
Parker C 76
Prattley T 80+5
Parker C 80+6
Report[5] Iopu   57'
Tyrell T 68
Faleono C 68

13 June
2:10pm
New Zealand   43 – 10   Wales
Bleyendaal (c) P 1
Kerr-Barlow T 7
Bleyendaal (c) C 8
Savea T 16
Bleyendaal (c) C 17
Savea T 26
Bleyendaal (c) C 27
Marshall T 35
Bleyendaal (c) C 36
Veainu T 67
Bleyendaal (c) C 68
Marshall T 70
Report[6] Jarvis P 18
Williams T 29
Jarvis C 30
Taylor   60'

13 June
3:00pm
Samoa   12 – 15   Fiji
Faleono P 7
Faleono P 26
Faleono P 69
Faleono P 74
Report[7] Matavesi P 3
Maritino Nemani William Marcus   22'
Tanikorolevu T 49
Dawai T 79
Matavesi C 80
Nalasekata   80+4'

Pool BEdit

Team Pld W D L TF PF PA +/- BP Pts
  England 3 3 0 0 9 101 52 +49 1 13
  France 3 2 0 1 5 65 62 +3 1 9
  Argentina 3 1 0 2 8 69 100 −31 0 4
  Ireland 3 0 0 3 5 64 85 −21 2 2

Source

5 June
2:10pm
France   25 – 22   Ireland
Doussain P 19
Doussain P 25
Doussain P 40
Doussain P 40+2
Erbani T 73
Bosch C 74
Bosch P 75
Bosch P 80+5
Report[8] McKinney P 28
McKinney P 40+4
McKinney P 43
McKinney P 51
McKinney P 57
Zebo T 79
McKinney C 80

5 June
4:10pm
Argentina   22 – 48   England
Moyano T 7
Muedra C 8
Coria T 25
Muedra C 26
Muedra T 40+1
Muedra P 42
Report[9] Homer P 5
Homer P 16
May T 28
Homer C 29
Homer P 35
May T 37
Homer C 38
Homer P 44
May T 57
Homer P 61
Rowan (c) T 74
Homer C 75
Wade T 80+3
Homer C 80+4

9 June
2:10pm
England   36 – 21   Ireland
Homer P 5
Homer P 10
Gibson T 18
Homer C 18
Homer P 24
Homer P 49
Burns T 64
Homer C 65
Homer P 71
Burns T 80+1
Homer C 80+2
Report[10] McKinney P 2
McKinney P 14
Conway T 40
McKinney P 52
Griffin T 80+4
Reid C 80+5

9 June
4:10pm
Argentina   23 – 31   France
Muedra DG 15
Baravalle T 24
Moyano T 39
De La Vega T 53
Mendez C 54
Hernestrosa P 60
Report[11] Bales T 3
Bosch C 3
Lamerat T 13
Bosch C 13
Lamerat T 17
Bosch C 18
Sousa T 27
Bosch C 28
Taofifenua   56'
Bosch P 72

13 June
2:10pm
England   17 – 9   France
Burns P 21
Burns P 52
Gibson T 56
Clegg DG 73
Burns P 79
Report[12] Doussain P 11
Doussain P 22
Lamerat   62'
Bosch P 75

13 June
4:10pm
Ireland   21 – 24   Argentina
McKinney P 10
Marshall T 15
McKinney C 16
McKinney P 24
Butler   36'
McKinney P 50
Doyle T 75
Report[13] Vila T 34
Mendez C 34
Mendez P 36
Muedra DG 40
De La Vega T 46
Mendez P 52
Mendez P 69

Pool CEdit

Team Pld W D L TF PF PA +/- BP Pts
  Australia 3 3 0 0 25 167 53 +114 3 15
  South Africa 3 2 0 1 20 148 56 +92 4 12
  Scotland 3 1 0 2 4 40 134 −94 0 4
  Tonga 3 0 0 3 2 22 134 −112 0 0

Source

5 June
2:00pm
Tonga   14 – 40   South Africa
Toloke P 7
Latu   48'
Toloke P 57
Toloke P 68
Moala T 76
Report[14] Lambie P 1
Lambie P 9
Lambie P 18
Mastriet T 22
Lambie C 23
Lambie P 30
Stander (c) T 40+1
Lambie C 40+1
Venter T 53
Lambie C 54
Lambie T 80+3
Lambie C 80+4

5 June
4:00pm
Australia   58 – 13   Scotland
Toomua P 4
Morahan T 12
Coleman T 19
Toomua C 20
Toua T 24
Toomua C 25
Toua T 32
Schatz (c) T 40+3
Toomua C 40+4
Toua T 61
Alo-Emile   67'
Faingaa T 74
Toomua C 75
Jeloudev T 77
Toomua C 78
Jones T 80+2
Report[15] Weir P 15
Weir P 29
Fife T 65
Weir C 66

9 June
1:00pm
Australia   67 – 5   Tonga
McCaffrey T 4
White C 4
White T 8
White C 8
Sio T 35
Mitchell T 40+1
White C 40+1
Coleman T 42
White C 42
Battye T 46
Manu   54'
Robertson T 60
White T 64
Schatz T 73
Lance (c) T 78
Toomua C 78
White T 80+1
Toomua C 80+2
Report[16] Sakalia   31'
Latu T 48


13 June
1:00pm
Scotland   27 – 3   Tonga
Weir P 4
Kennedy T 13
Weir C 14
Weir P 33
Maltman T 54
Weir C 55
McInally (c) T 80+1
Weir C 80+2
Report[18] Soatame P 47
Pinomi   53'
Sekona   80+3'
Club Atlético Estudiantes, Paraná
Referee:   Nathan Pearce

13 June
4:10pm
South Africa   35 – 42   Australia
Lambie P 1
Mjekevu T 8
Lambie T 23
Van der Merwe T 40
Lambie C 40+1
Lambie P 42
Mjekevu T 54
Lambie C 55
Taute T 67
Report[19] Shipperley T 12
Toomua C 13
Toomua P 15
Coleman T 26
Toomua C 27
Shipperley T 33
Toomua C 34
Shipperley T 49
Toomua C 50
Toomua P 60
Quirk T 64
Toomua P 76

Knockout stageEdit

9th place play-offsEdit

  9th Place Play-Off Semi Finals     9th Place Play-Off
                 
  1   Ireland 37  
  4   Samoa 10    
        Ireland 53
        Scotland 23
  2   Scotland 28    
  3   Tonga 8   11th Place Play-Off
 
  Samoa 3
    Tonga 23

Play-off semi finalsEdit

17 June
1:00pm
Ireland   37 – 10   Samoa
Reid P 1
Reid T 15
Annett (c) T 21
Reid C 22
Conway T 36
Boyle T 47
Reid C 48
Griffin T 75
Boyle T 77
Reid C 78
Report[20] Faleono P 5
Keresoma T 28
Maleilegaoi C 29
Sililoto   44'
Faleono   47'
Malo   73'
17 June
3:15pm
Scotland   28 – 8   Tonga
Weir P 3
McInally (c) T 6
Weir C 7
Weir P 15
Weir P 40+3
Tait T 50
Weir C 51
Walker T 58
Report[21] Soatame P 9
Latu T 74

11th place play-offEdit

21 June
2:15pm
Samoa   3 – 23   Tonga
Maleilegaoi P 40+1 Report[22] Michael Toloke P 17
Michael Toloke P 26
Katoa T 31
Aho T 46
Piutau T 89
Soatame C 89
Tuku'afu   80+2'

9th place play-offEdit

21 June
12:00pm
Ireland   53 – 23   Scotland
Zebo P 7
Reid P 11
Conway T 12
Reid T 17
Reid C 17
Conway T 22
Reid C 22
Zebo T 46
Reid C 46
Annett (c) T 50
Reid C 50
Conway T 63
Reid C 63
Cooney T 70
Reid C 70
Report[23] Weir P 14
Weir P 20
Harley T 28
Weir C 28
Weir P 31
McInally (c) T 61
Weir C 61
Weir   80+9'
Fedorciow   80+10'

5th place play-offsEdit

  5th Place Play-Off Semi Finals     5th Place Play-Off
                 
  1   Wales 19 (8)  
  4   Argentina 19 (9)    
        Argentina 23
        France 37
  2   France 44    
  3   Fiji 9   7th Place Play-Off
 
  Wales 39
    Fiji 15

Play-off semi finalsEdit

17 June
2:00pm
Wales   19 – 19
(8–9 a.p.)
  Argentina
Shingler P 12
Shingler P 34
Shingler P 46
Downes T 60
Shingler C 61
Jarvis P 75
Report[24] Mendez P 8
Mendez P 44
Barone T 63
Mendez C 64
Muedra P 73
Muedra P 80+1

17 June
4:15pm
France   44 – 9   Fiji
Bosch P 10
Geledan T 29
Bosch C 30
Bosch P 40+4
Erbani T 49
Bosch C 50
Bosch P 54
Lagain T 73
Bosch C 74
Erbani T 80+1
Bosch C 80+2
Bonneval T 80+5
Bosch C 80+6
Report[25] Matavesi DG 8
Matavesi P 12
Matavesi P 44

7th place play-offEdit

21 June
12:00pm
Wales   39 – 15   Fiji
Jarvis P 3
Jarvis P 15
Jarvis P 23
Jarvis P 40+1
Jarvis P 45
Jarvis P 62
Allen T 67
Jarvis C 68
Davies T 79
Jarvis C 80
Allen T 80+3
Shingler C 80+4
Report[26] Ratulevu T 1
Linde C 2
Linde P 13
Marcus T35

5th place play-offEdit

21 June
2:15pm
Argentina   23 – 37   France
Mendez P 24
Mendez P 42
Vega T 62
Muedra C 63
Lopez T 69
Vega T 89+3
Report[27] Gimeno T 28
Taofifenua T 40+5
Doussain C 40+6
Gimeno T 48
Doussain C 49
Ivaldi (c) T 52
Doussain P 58
Bosch P 65
Dulin T 72
Bosch C 73

Championship play-offsEdit

  Semi Finals     Final
                 
  1   Australia 28  
  4   England 16    
        Australia 17
        New Zealand 62
  2   New Zealand 36    
  3   South Africa 7   3rd Place Play-Off
 
  England 22
    South Africa 27

Championship semi finalsEdit

17 June
2:10pm
Australia   28 – 16   England
Toomua P 4
Aidan Toua T 15
Toomua C 16
Morahan T 31
Toomua C 32
Toomua P 39
Toomua P 67
Sitauti T 75
Report[28] Smith T 8
Homer P 22
Homer P 58
May T 79

17 June
4:30pm
New Zealand   36 – 7   South Africa
Savea T 5
Bleyendaal (c) P 18
Thomson T 23
Bleyendaal (c) C 24
Grice T 29
Bleyendaal (c) C 30
Bleyendaal (c) P 51
Bleyendaal (c) P 57
Bleyendaal (c) P 59
Savea T 70
Report[29] Du Preez T 40+2
Lambie C 40+3

3rd place play-offEdit

21 June
4:45pm
England   22 – 27   South Africa
Watson T 13
Burns C 14
Green   16'
Burns T 23
Burns C 23
Marler T 33
Clegg P 68
Report[30] Scheepers T 8
Lambie C 9
Van der Walt   16'
Sithole T 25
Lambie T 41
Sithole T 57
Lambie C 57
Lambie P 73

FinalEdit

21 June
7:10pm
Australia   17 – 62   New Zealand
Toomua P 5
Morahan T 54
Toomua C 55
Sitauti T 69
Toomua C 70
Report[31] Coltman T 1
Tom Marshall T 9
Bleyendaal (c) C 9
Bleyendaal (c) P 15
Veainu T 19
Bleyendaal (c) C 20
Bleyendaal (c) P 37
Bleyendaal (c) P 41
Polwart T 44
Bleyendaal (c) C 45
Bleyendaal (c) T 47
Bleyendaal (c) C 48
Bleyendaal (c) P 52
Bleyendaal (c) P 60
Coltman   62'
Veainu T 71
Parker C 72
Veainu T 76
Parker C 77

Final standingsEdit

Pos Team
1   New Zealand
2   Australia
3   South Africa
4   England
5   France
6   Argentina
7   Wales
8   Fiji
9   Ireland
10   Scotland
11   Tonga
12   Samoa

Media coverageEdit

IRB broadcasting rights:[32]

See alsoEdit

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