Annual General Meeting to be held Sunday, July 19, in Orlando

The FRU Annual General Meeting will take place on Sunday, July 19, in Orlando. This date was set to coincide with the Southern 7s Championship which will be hosted by the FRU in conjunction with Todd Miller 7s.

The meeting time and specific location in Orlando have not yet been set but additional details will be forthcoming. This is being sent so that teams can mark their calendars to send a representative.

FLORIDA RUGBY UNION WOMEN’S HPP TEAM GOES 1-2 IN GEORGIA

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The Florida Rugby Union Women’s team competed in the 15-a-side division of last weekend’s Atlanta 7s Rugby Festival, winning one game and losing two.

In their opening contest against the Cincinnati Kelts, the Florida ladies played a great defensive game but just couldn’t find the scoreboard in a 10-0 loss. Vicky Becerra (Fort Miami) made several thumping tackles, while Zoe Sanchez (Orlando) showed off her speed on a number of occasions.

Against the Harleblues in their second game, the FRU women really shined, coming away with a 29-17 victory. A first-minute penalty try was complemented by a pair of tries each from wings Mary Blizzard (Jacksonville) and Alison Beattie (University of Miami). Blizzard’s tries were particularly impressive, as she sprinted 50 meters for one score and 80-plus meters for the other.

In their final match, Charlotte were just too much for the Florida team, as they went down to a heavy defeat. Shannon Steele (Orlando) scored the only Florida try.

“I was so very proud of what this team was able to accomplish in such a short period of time,” said head coach Jason Schiessl. “We had two tryouts and one two hour session to put together a competitive team. That speaks volumes of the quality of players and the type of personalities on this team.”

Here is the complete roster, along with coaches and staff:

  1.  Alison Beattie – University of Miami
  2. Vicky Becerra – Fort Miami
  3. Danielle Becker- Eckerd College
  4. Mary Blizzard – Jacksonville
  5. Amanda Butler – Fort Miami
  6. Andrea Cammarano – Florida State University
  7. Cory Champer – Eckerd College
  8. Amanda Colton – Orlando
  9. Amber Cook – Indian River
  10. Michelle Durr – Eckerd College
  11. Ally Gallagher – Eckerd College
  12. Kristen Hanratty – Jacksonville
  13. Lindsay Jordan – Jacksonville
  14. Pam McCullough – Eckerd College
  15. Stacey Nemeth – Jacksonville
  16. Sam Norman – University of South Florida
  17. Foulso Ogundepo – Jacksonville
  18. Alex Pierce – Orlando
  19. Rayehanna Salkey – Florida International University
  20. Zoe Sanchez – Orlando
  21. Kristi Schnepp – Fort Miami
  22. Shannon Steele – Orlando
  23. Liz Yanuskeiwicz – Eckerd College

Head Coach: Jason Schiessl

Assistant Coach, Backs: Eyal Hakim

Assistant Coach, Forwards: Mike Lane

Conditioning: Alexander Chriest

Manager: Ross Devonport

For Further Information Please Contact

Ross Devonport, Team Manager

561-703-5176

RossDevonport@gmail.com

MACCABI USA ACCEPTING RUGBY APPLICATIONS FOR 2015 PAN AMERICAN MACCABI GAMES

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Philadelphia, PA, March 11 –  The Games will be held from December 26, 2015 – January 5, 2016 in Santiago, Chile.

“We’re excited about gathering a young squad that will not only compete, but hopefully take home the gold medal. While part of the intention of the tour is to prepare for the World Maccabiah Games in Israel in 2017, our primary focus is certainly on Chile,” said Davis, winner of the silver medal at the Maccabiah Games in 2001 and 2005 and two National Championships with the Santa Monica Dolphins.

The Rugby competition at the 2015 Pan American Maccabi Games will feature both 7s and XVs. Argentina, Australia, Chile, South Africa and USA have confirmed their participation in the one day 7s tournament. Countries that have confirmed their participation in XVs include Argentina, Chile, South Africa and USA.

“There will be three XVs games and a full day of 7s packed into the short tour, allowing us to take players who specialize in either code, or those that play both,” explained Davis, who was the vice-captain at the 2013 Maccabiah Games.

Stanford, Team USA’s Assistant Rugby Coach, was also involved in the 2013 Maccabiah Games, captaining the squad to a bronze medal in XVs and gold medal in 7s. The former USA Eagles player will be taking the field in Chile for the 7s event.

“It’s an amazing honor to represent your country, and to play one of the greatest games on earth, especially alongside people that share a similar heritage. We’re hoping to attract plenty of new up and coming players to Chile to add to our already impressive Maccabi USA Rugby alumni network, which includes Super Bowl XLIX Champion Nate Ebner and USA Rugby Olympic athlete Zach Test,” smiled Stanford.

Erik Dollman, Maccabi USA’s Rugby Chairman, is extremely excited about the upcoming tour: “Although we’ve received a ton of applicants, we know there are still plenty of young, talented and Jewish Rugby players out there.

To apply for the 13th Pan American Maccabi Games, interested Rugby candidates should visit http://www.maccabiusa.com/sports_main/rugby/ to fill out an application. All athletes are responsible for raising $5,900; Maccabi USA has prepared a robust fundraising plan to aid players in securing their funds for the trip. For more information, please contact Rugby Chairman Erik Dollman at erik.dollman@tbs.toshiba.com, Aaron Davis at aaronloringdavis@gmail.com, and Dallen Stanford at dallen.stanford@playrugbyusa.com.

About the organization:

Maccabi USA (MUSA) is a federally-recognized not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization with an extensive history of enriching Jewish lives through athletic, cultural and educational programs. The organization is the official sponsor of the United States Team to the World Maccabiah Games, and the Pan American and European Maccabi Games, as well as a sponsor of the JCC Maccabi Games for teens in North America. As the official Maccabi representative in the U.S., Maccabi USA supports Jewish athletic endeavors, enhanced by cultural and educational activities in the United States, Israel and throughout the Diaspora.

MUSA develops, promotes and supports international, national and regional athletic-based activities and facilities. It strives to provide Jewish athletes the world over the opportunity to share their heritage and customs in competitive athletic settings. MUSA supports programs that embody the Maccabi ideals of Jewish Continuity, Zionism and Excellence in Sport. Maccabi USA Builds Jewish Pride Through Sports.

Maccabi USA has been selected by the U.S. Olympic Committee (USOC) as a Multi-Sport Organization (MSO). The nonprofit organization becomes one of 35 MSOs nationwide to be recognized by the USOC for its ability to cultivate a national interest in sport and increase opportunities for participation internationally, nationally and at the grassroots level.

Latest Results and Standings — March 11th, 2015

Womens Division II

TEAM GP W L T PF PA PD BT BL FF PTS
 Fort Miami Rugby 4 4 0 0 118 79 39 4 0 0 20
 Orlando Rugby 3 1 2 0 98 97 1 2 2 0 8
 Jacksonville Sinners 5 1 4 0 85 125 -40 3 1 1 7
Mar 7th Jacksonville Sinners 22 – 34 Orlando Rugby League

Mens Division II – 1st XV

TEAM GP W L T PF PA PD BT BL FF PTS
 Boca Raton Buccaneers 8 7 1 0 256 125 131 7 0 0 35
 Fort Lauderdale Rugby 8 6 2 0 306 162 144 7 1 0 32
 Orlando Rugby 8 6 2 0 263 168 95 4 1 0 29
 Jacksonville Rugby 8 5 3 0 250 199 51 4 0 0 24
 Miami Tridents 8 4 4 0 212 217 -5 3 0 0 19
 Miami Rugby 7 1 6 0 131 221 -90 2 2 0 8
 Tampa Bay Krewe 8 1 7 0 146 273 -127 1 1 0 6
 Naples Hammerheads 7 1 6 0 100 299 -199 1 0 0 5

Round 8

Mar 7th Boca Raton Buccaneers 45 – 15 Jacksonville Rugby League
Mar 7th Miami Rugby 14 – 59 Orlando Rugby League
Mar 7th Tampa Bay Krewe 29 – 20 Miami Tridents League
Mar 7th Naples Hammerheads 14 – 43 Fort Lauderdale Rugby League

Mens Division II – 2nd XV – Orange Cup

Team  GP W L T PF PA PD WIN %
  Boca Raton 5 5 0 0 124 26 +30 80%
  Orlando Rugby 4 3 1 0 81 41 +40 75%
 Miami Tridents 4 2 2 0 105 83 +22 50%
 Naples Hammerheads 5 1 4 0 60 80 -20 20%
 Miami Rugby 4 0 4 0 26 126 -100 0%

Round 8

Mar 7th Miami Rugby 0 – 20 Orlando Rugby League

Game not played due a facility double booking issue. Win awarded to Orlando 20 -0.

Mens Division III 

TEAM GP W L T PF PA PD BT BL FF PTS
 Daytona Beach Coconuts 7 5 1 1 263 122 141 6 1 0 29
 Palm Beach Panthers 6 5 1 0 258 38 220 5 1 0 26
 Brevard Old Red Eye 7 5 2 0 194 148 46 5 0 0 25
 Gainesville Hogs 6 5 1 0 168 80 88 4 0 0 24
 Sarasota Rugby 6 3 2 1 136 80 56 4 2 0 20
 Bay Area Pelicans 6 2 4 0 134 119 15 3 0 1 10
 Tallahassee Conquistadors 6 2 4 0 101 144 -43 2 1 1 10
 Tampa Bay Krewe D3 6 0 6 0 37 268 -231 0 0 0 0
 Indian River Raptors 6 0 6 0 50 342 -292 0 0 0 0

Round 7

Mar 7th Indian River Raptors 19 – 31 Tallahassee Conquistadors League
Mar 7th Brevard Old Red Eye 45 – 7 Tampa Bay Krewe D3 League
Mar 7th Sarasota Rugby 9 – 8 Palm Beach Panthers League
Mar 7th Daytona Beach Coconuts 34 – 19 Bay Area Pelicans League

***Last updated on  Wednesday March 11th, 2015

Latest FRU – Results and Standings — March 5th 2015

Womens Division II 

TEAM GP W L T PF PA PD BT BL FF PTS
 Fort Miami Rugby 3 3 0 0 118 79 39 2 0 0 15
 Jacksonville Sinners 3 1 2 0 63 91 -28 2 1 0 7
 Orlando Rugby 2 0 2 0 64 75 -11 1 2 0 3

Womens Division II

Round 4 – Results

Jan 31st Orlando Rugby 43 – 48 Fort Miami Rugby League

Mens Division II – 1st XV

 Boca Raton Buccaneers 7 6 1 0 211 110 101 6 0 0 30
 Fort Lauderdale Rugby 7 5 2 0 263 148 115 6 1 0 27
 Jacksonville Rugby 7 5 2 0 235 154 81 4 0 0 24
 Orlando Rugby 7 5 2 0 204 154 50 3 1 0 24
 Miami Tridents 7 4 3 0 192 188 4 3 0 0 19
 Miami Rugby 6 1 5 0 117 162 -45 2 2 0 8
 Naples Hammerheads 6 1 5 0 86 256 -170 1 0 0 5
 Tampa Bay Krewe 7 0 7 0 117 253 -136 0 1 0 1

Round 7 – Results

Feb 28th Miami Tridents 30 – 15 Jacksonville Rugby League
Feb 28th Orlando Rugby 18 – 7 Boca Raton Buccaneers League
Feb 28th** Miami Rugby Naples Hammerheads League
Feb 28th Fort Lauderdale Rugby 45 – 17 Tampa Bay Krewe League

**Match Venue Closed due to rain on Match Day. Game to be moved to mutually agreed date or it will be registered as a win to Naples.

Mens Division II – 2nd XV – Orange Cup

Team  GP W L T PF PA PD WIN %
  Boca Raton 5 4 1 0 90 60 +30 80%
  Orlando Rugby 3 2 1 0 61 41 +20 66%
 Miami Tridents 4 2 2 0 105 83 +22 50%
 Miami Rugby 2 1 1 0 60 92 -32 50%
 Naples Hammerheads 5 1 4 0 60 80 -20 20%


**** Ft Lauderdale RFC withdraw from the Orange Cup after three rounds of play. The FRU Board has ruled that all Orange Cup games played by Ft Lauderdale are now considered friendly-games and will not count towards the final standings of the League****

Round 7

Feb 28th* Orlando Rugby 0 – 20 Boca Raton Buccaneers League
Feb 28th** Miami Rugby Naples Hammerheads League

*Match Venue closed after Division 2 match was played. Boca wins match 20 to 0.

**Match Venue Closed due to rain on Match Day. Game to be moved to mutually agreed date or it will be registered as a win Naples.

Mens Division III 

TEAM GP W L T PF PA PD BT BL FF PTS
 Palm Beach Panthers 5 5 0 0 250 29 221 5 0 0 25
 Gainesville Hogs 6 5 1 0 168 80 88 4 0 0 24
 Daytona Beach Coconuts 6 4 1 1 229 103 126 5 1 0 24
 Brevard Old Red Eye 6 4 2 0 149 141 8 4 0 0 20
 Bay Area Pelicans 4 2 2 0 115 85 30 3 0 0 11
 Sarasota Rugby 4 1 2 1 127 72 55 3 2 0 11
 Tallahassee Conquistadors 5 1 4 0 70 125 -55 1 1 1 5
 Tampa Bay Krewe D3 5 0 5 0 30 223 -193 0 0 0 0
 Indian River Raptors 5 0 5 0 31 311 -280 0 0 0 0

*Tallahassee and Brevard were due to be play their match on February 7th. However, Tallahassee were unable to play. This game has been ruled as a forfeit by Tallahassee.

Round 6 – Results

Round 6

Feb 28th Tallahassee Conquistadors 5 – 47 Palm Beach Panthers League
Feb 28th Indian River Raptors 14 – 41 Brevard Old Red Eye League
Feb 28th Daytona Beach Coconuts 20 – 24 Gainesville Hogs League
Feb 28th Bay Area Pelicans** Sarasota Rugby** League

**Match Venue Closed due to rain on Match Day.

***Last updated on Thursday March 5th, 2015

All results are based on officially reported rosters and scores. If you have questions on these standings please contact FRU General Manager Evan Haigh (evan.haigh15@gmail.com)

Please note all other 3rd party website standings and results are not official. The FRU does not officially endorse or direct 3rd parties to report results independently from the FRU’s reporting process.

FLORIDA RUGBY UNION ANNOUNCES WOMEN’S HPP ROSTER

A 23-strong roster for the Florida Rugby Union Women’s High Performance Program (HPP) Team’s trip to Georgia on March 14, 2015 has been announced.

The squad, which will participate in the 15-a-side division of the tournament running alongside the World Rugby Women’s 7s in Atlanta, features players from nine teams all over the state.

Eckerd College contributed a team high of six players to the roster, while Jacksonville contributed five players, Orlando four and Fort Miami three. Here is the complete roster, along with coaches and staff:

Alison Beattie – University of Miami

Vicky Becerra – Fort Miami

Danielle Becker- Eckerd College

Mary Blizzard – Jacksonville

Amanda Butler – Fort Miami

Andrea Cammarano – Florida State University

Cory Champer – Eckerd College

Amanda Colton – Orlando

Amber Cook – Indian River

Michelle Durr – Eckerd College

Ally Gallagher – Eckerd College

Kristen Hanratty – Jacksonville

Lindsay Jordan – Jacksonville

Pam McCullough – Eckerd College

Stacey Nemeth – Jacksonville

Sam Norman – University of South Florida

Foulso Ogundepo – Jacksonville

Alex Pierce – Orlando

Rayehanna Salkey – Florida International University

Zoe Sanchez – Orlando

Kristi Schnepp – Fort Miami

Shannon Steele – Orlando

Liz Yanuskeiwicz – Eckerd College

Head Coach: Jason Schiessl

Assistant Coach, Backs: Eyal Hakim

Assistant Coach, Forwards: Mike Lane

Conditioning: Alexander Chriest

Manager: Ross Devonport

Latest Results and Standings — As of February 11th, 2015

Womens Division II

TEAM GP W L T PF PA PD BT BL FF PTS
 Fort Miami Rugby 3 3 0 0 118 79 39 3 0 0 15
 Jacksonville Sinners 3 1 2 0 63 91 -28 2 1 0 7
 Orlando Rugby 2 0 2 0 64 75 -11 1 2 0 3

Results 

Nov 15th Jacksonville Sinners 27 – 21   Orlando Rugby League
Dec 6th Fort Miami Rugby 36 – 31   Jacksonville Sinners League
Jan 24th 5 – 34 League
Jan 31st 43 – 48 League

Mens Division II – 1st XV

TEAM GP W L T PF PA PD BT BL FF PTS
 Boca Raton Buccaneers 6 6 0 0 204 87 117 6 0 0 30
 Fort Lauderdale Rugby 6 4 2 0 218 131 87 5 1 0 22
 Jacksonville Rugby 5 4 1 0 200 107 93 4 0 0 20
 Orlando Rugby 5 4 1 0 169 127 42 3 0 0 19
 Miami Tridents 6 3 3 0 157 173 -16 2 0 0 14
 Miami Rugby 6 1 5 0 117 162 -45 2 2 0 8
 Naples Hammerheads 6 1 5 0 86 256 -170 1 0 0 5
 Tampa Bay Krewe 6 0 6 0 100 208 -108 0 1 0 1

Results

Round 1

Dec 6th Miami Tridents 23 – 45   Fort Lauderdale Rugby League
Dec 6th Naples Hammerheads 7 – 29   Boca Raton Buccaneers League
Dec 6th Orlando Rugby 24 – 21   Tampa Bay Krewe League
Dec 6th Jacksonville Rugby 36 – 27   Miami Rugby League

Round 2

Nov 15th** Jacksonville Rugby 29 – 10   Tampa Bay Krewe League

** Game moved from Dec 13th to Nov 15th

Dec 13th Fort Lauderdale Rugby 15 – 25   Orlando Rugby League
Dec 13th Miami Rugby 17 – 36   Naples Hammerheads League
Dec 13th Miami Tridents 7 – 35   Boca Raton Buccaneers League

Round 3

Jan 10th Miami Tridents 50 – 25  Orlando Rugby League
Jan 10th Naples Hammerheads 3 – 45  Boca Raton Buccaneers League
Jan 10th Miami Rugby 29 – 19  Tampa Bay Krewe League
Jan 10th Fort Lauderdale Rugby 53 – 19  Jacksonville Rugby League

Round 4

Jan 17th Jacksonville Rugby 63 – 5  Naples Hammerheads League
Jan 17th Orlando Rugby 34 – 20  Tampa Bay Krewe League
Jan 17th Miami Rugby 22 – 24  Boca Raton Buccaneers League
Jan 17th Miami Tridents 20 – 44  Fort Lauderdale Rugby League

Round 5

Jan 24th 53 – 12 League

*Game moved from January 31st to January 24th

Jan 31st 16 – 10 League
Jan 31st 21 – 61 League
Jan 31st 30 – 32 League

Round 6

Feb 7th 18 – 39 League
Feb 7th 14 – 41 League
Feb 7th 12 – 31 League

Mens Division II – 2nd XV – Orange Cup

Team  GP W L T PF PA PD WIN %
  Orlando Rugby 3 3 0 0 125 21 84 100%
  Boca Raton Buccaneers 4 3 1 0 90 60 30 75%
 Miami Tridents 5 3 2 0 112 115 -3 60%
 Miami Rugby 3 1 2 0 60 92 -32 25%
 Naples Hammerheads 4 1 2 0 60 40 20 33%
Please note Ft Lauderdale has officially withdrawn from the Orange Cup schedule.
Dec 6th Miami Tridents** 27 – 12   Fort Lauderdale Rugby League
Dec 6th Naples Hammerheads 0 – 20  **  Boca Raton Buccaneers League

**Game played however, Naples played more than 5 starting 1st XV players. Game is automatically awarded to Boca Raton 20 to 0.

Round 2

Dec 13th Fort Lauderdale Rugby 0 – 64  Orlando Rugby*** League
Dec 13th Miami Rugby 0 – 60  Naples Hammerheads League
Dec 13th Miami Tridents 19 – 43  Boca Raton Buccaneers

Round 3

Jan 10th Miami Tridents 21 – 41  Orlando Rugby League
Jan 10th Naples Hammerheads 0 – 20** Boca Raton Buccaneers League

**Game played however, Naples played more than 5 starting 1st XV players. Game is automatically awarded to Boca Raton 20 to 0.

Round 4

Jan 17th Miami Rugby 41 – 7 Boca Raton Buccaneers League

Round 5

Jan 31st Miami Tridents 25 – 19 Miami Rugby League
Jan 31st Naples Hammerheads 0 – 20 Orlando Rugby** League

**Game played however, Naples played more than 5 starting 1st XV players. Game is automatically awarded to Orlando 20 to 0.

Round 6

Jan 17th Miami Tridents* 20 -0  Naples Hammerheads League

***Game played however, Naples played more than 5 starting 1st XV players. Game is automatically awarded to Tridents 20 to 0

Mens Division III 

TEAM GP W L T PF PA PD BT BL FF PTS
 Daytona Beach Coconuts 5 4 0 1 209 79 130 5 0 0 23
 Palm Beach Panthers 4 4 0 0 203 24 179 4 0 0 20
 Gainesville Hogs 5 4 1 0 144 60 84 3 0 0 19
 Brevard Old Red Eye * 5 3 2 0 108 127 -19 3 0 0 15
 Bay Area Pelicans 4 2 2 0 115 85 30 3 0 0 11
 Sarasota Rugby 4 1 2 1 127 72 55 3 2 0 11
 Tallahassee Conquistadors * 4 1 3 0 65 78 -13 1 1 1 5
 Tampa Bay Krewe D3 5 0 5 0 30 223 -193 0 0 0 0
 Indian River Raptors 4 0 4 0 17 270 -253 0 0 0 0

Results

Round 1

Oct 18th Bay Area Pelicans 7 – 22   Gainesville Hogs League
Oct 18th Tampa Bay Krewe D3 7 – 36   Palm Beach Panthers League
Oct 18th Indian River Raptors 0 – 60   Sarasota Rugby League
Oct 18th Brevard Old Red Eye 17 – 25   Daytona Beach Coconuts League

Round 2

Nov 8th Gainesville Hogs 17 – 16   Sarasota Rugby League
Nov 8th Daytona Beach Coconuts 72 – 7   Indian River Raptors League
Nov 8th Tampa Bay Krewe D3 5 – 36  Tallahassee Conquistadors League
Nov 8th Brevard Old Red Eye 50 – 25  Bay Area Pelicans League

Round 3

Nov 15th Sarasota Rugby 25 – 29   Brevard Old Red Eye League
Nov 15th Gainesville Hogs 33 – 5   Tampa Bay Krewe D3 League
Nov 15th Daytona Beach Coconuts 27 – 24   Tallahassee Conquistadors League
Nov 15th Palm Beach Panthers 88 – 5   Indian River Raptors League

Round 4

Dec 6th Bay Area Pelicans 33 – 8   Tampa Bay Krewe D3 League
Dec 6th Tallahassee Conquistadors 5 – 46   Gainesville Hogs League
Dec 6th Sarasota Rugby 26 – 26   Daytona Beach Coconuts League
Dec 6th Palm Beach Panthers 52 – 12   Brevard Old Red Eye League

Round 5

Feb 7th 5 – 59 League
Feb 7th 27 – 0 League
Feb 7th 0 – 0 League
Feb 7th 50 – 5 League

* Brevard and Tallahassee were due to play however, Tallahassee were unable to field a side. The match is currently registered as a forfeit. It may be changed in the future if both sides can agree to a new date for the fixture.

***Last updated on Wednesday February 11th, 2015

All results are based on officially reported rosters and scores. If you have questions on these standings please contact FRU General Manager Evan Haigh (evan.haigh15@gmail.com)

Please note all other 3rd party website standings and results are not official. The FRU does not officially endorse or direct 3rd parties to report results independently from the FRU’s reporting process.

Official Results and Standings

Womens Division II – Standings

TEAM GP W L T PF PA PD BT BL FF PTS
 Jacksonville Sinners 2 1 1 0 58 57 1 2 1 0 7
 Fort Miami Rugby 1 1 0 0 36 31 5 1 0 0 5
 Orlando Rugby 1 0 1 0 21 27 -6 0 1 0 1

Mens Division II – 1st XV – Standings 

TEAM GP W L T PF PA PD BT BL FF PTS
  Boca Raton Buccaneers 2 2 0 0 64 19 45 2 0 0 10
 Jacksonville Rugby 2 2 0 0 65 37 28 2 0 0 10
  Orlando Rugby 2 2 0 0 49 36 13 0 0 0 8
  Fort Lauderdale Rugby 2 1 1 0 60 48 12 1 0 0 5
 Naples Hammerheads 2 1 1 0 43 46 -3 1 0 0 5
 Tampa Bay Krewe 2 0 2 0 31 53 -22 0 1 0 1
 Miami Rugby 2 0 2 0 44 72 -28 1 0 0 1
 Miami Tridents 2 0 2 0 35 80 -45 0 0 0 0

Mens Division II – 2nd XV – Orange Cup – Standings 

Team  GP W L T PF PA PD WIN %
  Orlando Rugby 1 1 0 0 64 0 64 100%
  Boca Raton Buccaneers 2 2 0 0 63 19 44 100%
 Naples Hammerheads 2 1 1 0 60 20 40 50%
  Fort Lauderdale Rugby 2 1 1 0 27 76 -49 50%
 Miami Tridents 2 0 2 0 31 70 -39 0%
 Miami Rugby 1 0 1 0 0 60 -60 0%

Mens Division III – Standings 

TEAM GP W L T PF PA PD BT BL FF PTS
 Daytona Beach Coconuts 3 3 0 0 124 48 76 3 0 0 15
 Gainesville Hogs 3 3 0 0 85 28 57 2 0 0 14
 Palm Beach Panthers 2 2 0 0 124 12 112 2 0 0 10
 Brevard Old Red Eye 3 2 1 0 96 75 21 2 0 0 10
 Sarasota Rugby 3 1 2 0 101 46 55 2 2 0 8
 Tallahassee Conquistadors 3 1 2 0 65 78 -13 1 1 0 6
 Bay Area Pelicans 3 1 2 0 65 80 -15 2 0 0 6
 Tampa Bay Krewe D3 3 0 3 0 20 105 -85 0 0 0 0
 Indian River Raptors 3 0 3 0 12 220 -208 0 0 0 0

Womens Division II – Results

Nov 15th Jacksonville Sinners 27 – 21   Orlando Rugby League
Dec 6th Fort Miami Rugby 36 – 31   Jacksonville Sinners League

Mens Division II – 1st XV – Results

Round 1

Dec 6th Miami Tridents 23 – 45   Fort Lauderdale Rugby League
Dec 6th Naples Hammerheads 7 – 29   Boca Raton Buccaneers League
Dec 6th Orlando Rugby 24 – 21   Tampa Bay Krewe League
Dec 6th Jacksonville Rugby 36 – 27   Miami Rugby League

Round 2

Nov 15th** Jacksonville Rugby 29 – 10   Tampa Bay Krewe League

** Game moved from Dec 13th to Nov 15th

Dec 13th Fort Lauderdale Rugby 15 – 25  Orlando Rugby League
Dec 13th Miami Rugby 17 – 36  Naples Hammerheads League
Dec 13th Miami Tridents 12 – 35  Boca Raton Buccaneers League

Mens Division II – 2nd XV – Orange Cup

Round 1

Dec 6th Miami Tridents 27 – 12   Fort Lauderdale Rugby League
Dec 6th Naples Hammerheads 0 – 20  **  Boca Raton Buccaneers League

**Game played however, Naples played more than 5 starting 1st XV players. Game is automatically awarded to Boca Raton 20 to 0.

Round 2

Dec 13th Fort Lauderdale Rugby 0 – 64  Orlando Rugby League
Dec 13th Miami Rugby 0 – 60  Naples Hammerheads League
Dec 13th Miami Tridents 19 – 43  Boca Raton Buccaneers League

Mens Division III – Results 

Round 1

Oct 18th Bay Area Pelicans 7 – 22   Gainesville Hogs League
Oct 18th Tampa Bay Krewe D3 7 – 36   Palm Beach Panthers League
Oct 18th Indian River Raptors 0 – 60   Sarasota Rugby League
Oct 18th Brevard Old Red Eye 17 – 25   Daytona Beach Coconuts League

Round 2

Nov 8th Gainesville Hogs 17 – 16   Sarasota Rugby League
Nov 8th Daytona Beach Coconuts 72 – 7   Indian River Raptors League
Nov 8th Tampa Bay Krewe D3 5 – 36  Tallahassee Conquistadors League
Nov 8th Brevard Old Red Eye 50 – 25  Bay Area Pelicans League

Round 3

Nov 15th Sarasota Rugby 25 – 29   Brevard Old Red Eye League
Nov 15th Gainesville Hogs 33 – 5   Tampa Bay Krewe D3 League
Nov 15th Daytona Beach Coconuts 27 – 24   Tallahassee Conquistadors League
Nov 15th Palm Beach Panthers 88 – 5   Indian River Raptors League

Round 4

Dec 6th Bay Area Pelicans 33 – 8   Tampa Bay Krewe D3 League
Dec 6th Tallahassee Conquistadors 5 – 46   Gainesville Hogs League
Dec 6th Sarasota Rugby 26 – 26   Daytona Beach Coconuts League
Dec 6th Palm Beach Panthers 52 – 12   Brevard Old Red Eye League

***Last updated on Wednesday December 17th 2014

All results are based on officially reported rosters and scores. If you have questions on these standings please contact FRU General Manager Evan Haigh (evan.haigh15@gmail.com)

Please note all other 3rd party website standings and results are not official. The FRU does not officially endorse or direct 3rd parties to report results independently from the FRU’s reporting process.