Romania women's national rugby union team

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Romania
Nickname(s)Ghindele (The Acorns)
Union Federaţia Română de Rugby
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World Rugby ranking
Current35 (as of 23 November 2020)

The Romania women's national rugby union team first played in 2007. Their widely recognized nickname is "The Acorns", as an offshoot of the men's team which are called "The Oaks".

Contents

History

Results summary

(Full internationals only)

Rugby: Romania internationals 2007-
OpponentFirst gamePlayedWonDrawnLostPercentage
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Belgium 200720020.00%
Flag of Finland.svg  Finland 20082200100.00%
Flag of Germany.svg  Germany 200710010.00%
Flag of Luxembourg.svg  Luxembourg 20071100100.00%
Flag of Russia.svg  Russia 200820020.00%
Flag of Serbia.svg  Serbia 20071100100.00%
Summary2007940544.44%

Results

See Women's international rugby for information about the status of international games and match numbering

Full internationals

[614]
2007-04-11 (FIRA) Romania  Flag of Romania.svg65-0 Flag of Serbia.svg  Serbia Boisfort, Belgium [1/1/1]
[617]
2007-04-12 (FIRA) Luxembourg  Flag of Luxembourg.svg0-38 Flag of Romania.svg  Romania Kituro (Brussels), Belgium [2/2/1]
[619]
2007-04-13 (FIRA) Belgium  Flag of Belgium (civil).svg20-0 Flag of Romania.svg  Romania Dendermonde, Belgium [15/3/1]
[625]
2007-04-15 (FIRA) Germany  Flag of Germany.svg15-0 Flag of Romania.svg  Romania Boisfort, Belgium [48/4/1]
[686]
2008-05-19 (FIRA) Finland  Flag of Finland.svg5-13 Flag of Romania.svg  Romania Utrecht, Netherlands [4/5/1]
[688]
2008-05-19 (FIRA) Romania  Flag of Romania.svg3-32 Flag of Russia.svg  Russia Utrecht, Netherlands [6/27/1]
[694]
2008-05-21 (FIRA) Belgium  Flag of Belgium (civil).svg15-7 Flag of Romania.svg  Romania Tilburg, Netherlands [19/7/2]
[696]
2008-05-21 (FIRA) Romania  Flag of Romania.svg0-29 Flag of Russia.svg  Russia Tilburg, Netherlands [8/29/2]
[697]
2008-05-23 (FIRA) Finland  Flag of Finland.svg5-12 Flag of Romania.svg  Romania Amsterdam [7/9/2]

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