The 2019 RAN Superweek Men’s U19s and Women’s 10s tournament was held from July 18 to 21 at the Bellevue Plantation & Polo Club, St. Michael, Barbados. The Women’s 10s was a two-day tournament on July 19-20 and was the fourth annual event.
On Day One of the RAN Women’s 10s, the USA Rugby South went 3-0 in Pool A with Saint Lucia 2-1, Trinidad & Tobago 1-2, and Curaçao 0-3. In Pool B, Jamaica and Mexico were 2-0 when they met in their third match with the teams playing to a 12-12 draw. Point differential proved to be the difference in standings with Jamaica in first +10 to Mexico’s +7. The Dominican Republic finished 1-2 in third place with host Barbados 0-3 in fourth.
In the quarterfinals USA Rugby South beat Barbados, Mexico won over Trinidad & Tobago, Saint Lucia beat the Dominican Republic, and Jamaica won over Curaçao.
In the first Cup Semifinal, Mexico took a 10-0 lead and held off USA Rugby South 17-10 to advance to the Cup Final. In the next semifinal, Jamaica took a 12-0 lead into the break and defeated Saint Lucia 19-0. This set up a Cup Final of Mexico and Jamaica who drew during Pool play. The USA Rugby South, who beat a rising Saint Lucia team, would meet again for third place.
In the 7th/8th place finals, Barbados beat Curaçao 27-5.
In the Plate Final, the Dominican Republic beat Trinidad & Tobago 5-0.
In the 3d/4th place final, the USA Rugby South defeated Saint Lucia 29-0.
The Cup Final between Mexico and Jamaica was a repeat of the 12 all draw in Pool play. In a match between teams evenly matched, Mexico took a 5-0 lead into the break. During the second half, Mexico extended their lead and claimed the 2019 RAN Women’s 10s Championship, 22-0.
2019 Rugby Americas North Women’s 10s Preview
- Pool A: USA Rugby South, Trinidad & Tobago, Saint Lucia, Curacao
- Pool B: Jamaica, Mexico, Dominican Republic, Barbados
Women’s 10s Results
- July 19
- USA Rugby South 17-10 Saint Lucia
- Trinidad & Tobago 41-0 Curacao
- Jamaica 29-0 Dominican Republic
- Mexico 38-5 Barbados
- USA Rugby South 60-0 Curacao
- Trinidad & Tobago 5-17 Saint Lucia
- Jamaica 36-7 Barbados
- Mexico 5-0 Dominican Republic
- USA Rugby South 45-0 Trinidad & Tobago
- Saint Lucia 47-0 Curacao
- Jamaica 12-12 Mexico
- The Dominican Republic 34-0 Barbados
|Pool A (WA)||G||Pts.||P Dif.||PF||PA||T Dif.||TF||TA||Place|
|Trinidad & Tobago||3||3||-16||46||62||0||8||8||3|
|Pool B (WB)||G||Pts.||P Dif.||PF||PA||T Dif.||TF||TA||Place|
- July 20
- QFs: USA Rugby South 31-5 Barbados
- QFs: Mexico 34-0 Trinidad & Tobago
- QFs: Saint Lucia 20-12 Dominican Republic
- QFs: Jamaica 36-0 Curaçao
- Plate SF: Barbados 0-5 Trinidad & Tobago
- Plate SF: Dominican Republic 27-0 Curaçao
- Cup SF: USA Rugby South 10-17 Mexico
- Cup SF: Saint Lucia 0-19 Jamaica
- 7/8th: Barbados 27-5 Curaçao
- Plate Final Trinidad & Tobago 0-5 Dominican Republic
- Cup 3rd/4th: USA Rugby South 29-0 Saint Lucia
- Cup Final: Mexico 22-0 Jamaica
USA Rugby South: Amanda Watkins – Charlotte, Amy Crawford – Dallas Harlequins, Ashley Mackenzie – Northern Virginia, Ashley Prusak – Atlanta Harlequins, Chanelle Cohen – Raleigh Venom, Ericka Everhart – Charlotte, Gabby Coasurdo – East Carolina University, Jen Moser – Charlotte, Kristen Coulston – Knoxville Minx, Lisa Jackson – Raleigh Venom, Lolita Galdones – Charleston Hurricanes, Maddie Windstein – Louisiana Lagniappe, Mandy Reehling – Nashville Stone Lions, T Fletcher – Beantown, Stephanie Alliev – USARS, Lindy Clark – USARS, Lauren Judkins – Mount St. Mary’s (*withdrew injured) + Head Coach Chris Martin, Assistant Coach Joel Bonnard, Trainer Luis Rodas
Trinidad & Tobago: Zakiya Belle, Teresita Dillon, Talitha Forde, Imanuel Francis, Venice Frederick, Ornella George, Deniqua Gordon, Calisha Harry, Jade Husbands, Falina Jack, Tandia Jack, Amartis Jawahr, Angel Jorshling, Judelle Noel, Arissa Romany + Head Coach Don Sucre, Manager Shari Parsons, Fitness Coordinator Derek Ashby-Williams
Saint Lucia: Loianna Alexander, Marline Cherry (captain), Renetta Frederick, Winnie Della Rene, Electra Marcelle, Kameka President, Mary Roberts, Marissa Wilfred, Genesis Alfred, Daleanna Alcide, Mylene Grunberg, Josel Gonzague, Kera Dornelly, Kisha Jeanik Edgar and Shawnette St Juste + Coach Wayne Pantor
Curacao: Jessica Van Wegen, Crystal Gonet, Naomi Wilson, Carina Sannen, Sinead Hatma, Urshelay Louisa, Ghislaine Makaai, Laksha Vaswani + Coach Henk Van der Huls (Partial List identified on FB Team Photo, 7 names omitted, Request made for the squad)
Jamaica: Tarja Edwards, Shanique Smith, Sasha-Gaye Green, Naomi Dodd, Debisha Scarlett, Moesha Bogle, Lovel Atkinson, Shanae Gordon, Gabrielle Davison, Lockara Walker, Melanie Laidlaw-Anderson, Rianne Samuda, Rachelle Mighty + Head Coach Kareem Harris, Physio Jodian Simpson
Mexico: 1 Maria Indleda Arsuaga Garcia 2 Alessandra Shirley Bender Cruz 3 Cristina Pamela Berumen Blanco 4 Alma Nely Cano Martinez 5 Dennise Alejandro Duran Villar 6 Ana Lizbeth Galeas Escobelo 7 Emilia Gallardo Cabrera 8 Tania Marina Grijalva Arroyo 9 Ariana Marie Lewis 10 Cecilia Alejandra Martinez Lopez 11 Cecilia Yazmin Ramirez Laguna 12 Laura Estefany Rodriguez de los Reyes 13 Mariana Rubalcava Gracia Medrano 14 Carolina Monserrat Sandoval Rivera 15 Samara Yael Tuyu Salcedo
Dominican Republic: Akisha Guzman, Alia Valverde, Kandy Cooke, Genesis Bonilla, Gracie Martinez, Illiany Maria de Jesus, Jenaya Reyes, Leanny Ventura, Marlene Henriquez Giron, Marlenis Aquino Lebron, Silvia Verini, Stephanie Rodriguez, Mendez Ym + Head Coach Alexis Figueras, Manager Victor Silverio
Barbados: Shannon Doll, Alanna Quintyne, Stacia Payne, Janise Thorne, Sanei Gabrielle Dorant, Emilie Trotman, Athea Belgrave, Danielle Phillips, Janna-Lise Granville-Benjamin, Vanya Edwards, Jara Emtage-Cave, Marissa Simone Browne, Jessica Derrell, Karen Holmdes (C), Sankara Price
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