2006 Italy rugby union tour

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2006 Italy rugby union tour
Manager Pierre Berbizier
Tour captain(s) Marco Bortolami
Summary
P W D L
Total
02 01 00 01
Test match
02 01 00 01
Opponent
P W D L
 Japan
1 1 0 0
 Fiji
1 0 0 1

The 2006 Italy rugby union tour was a series of two matches played in June 2006 in Japan and Fiji by Italy national rugby union team. After a convincing victory against Japan, the team managed by Pierre Berbisier, lost against Fiji,

Results

11 June 2006
Japan  6–52  Italy
Pen: Ikeda 2
Try: M Bergamasco 2, Bortolussi
Dallan, de Jager
Dellape, Sole
Con: Marcato 3 Pez 4
Pen: Pez
Chichibu, Tokyo
Attendance: 9,000
Referee: Scott Young Australia

Japan: 15.Keiji Takei, 14.Kosuke Endo, 13.Atsushi Moriya, 12.Yuta Imamura, 11.Nataniela Oto, 10.Shotaro Onishi, 9.Wataru Ikeda, 8.Hajime Kiso, 7.Ryota Asano Inose (capt.), 6.Tomoaki Nakai, 5.Tomoaki Taniguchi, 4.Takanori Kumagae, 3.Ryo Yamamura, 2.Yuji Matsubara, 1.Tomokazu Soma, – replacements: 16.Takashi Yamaoka, 17.Yuichi Hisadomi, 18.Hitoshi Ono, 19.Takashi Kikutani, 22.Hiroki Mizuno, 22.Hiroki Mizuno, 22.Hiroki MizunoNo entry : 20.Mamoru Ito, 21.Hideyuki Yoshida
Italy: 15.David Bortolussi, 14.Benjamin de Jager, 13.Andrea Masi, 12.Mirco Bergamasco, 11.Denis Dallan, 10.Ramiro Pez, 9.Paul Griffen, 8.Josh SoleTemporarily suspended, 7.Mauro Bergamasco, 6.Silvio Orlando, 5.Marco Bortolami (capt.), 4.Santiago Dellape, 3.Carlos Nieto, 2.Fabio Ongaro, 1.Andrea Lo Cicero, – replacements: 16.Leonardo Ghiraldini, 17.Fabio Staibano, 18.Carlo Antonio del Fava, 19.Robert Barbieri, 20.Simon Picone, 21.Andrea Marcato, 22.Michele Sepe


17 June 2006
Fiji  29–18  Italy
Try: Caucaunibuca, Ligairi
Rauluni, Salabogi
Con: Baikeinuku 3
Pen: Baikeinuku
Try: Lo Ciero, Parisse
Con: Pez
Pen: Pez 2
Churchill Park, Lautoka
Attendance: 4,000
Referee: Marius Jonker South Africa

Fiji: 15.Norman Ligairi, 14.Mosese Luveitasau Yabakitini, 13.Kameli Ratuvou, 12.Seru Rabeni, 11.Rupeni Caucaunibuca, 10.Seremaia Baikeinuku, 9.Jacob Rauluni, 8.Netani Talei, 7.Alifereti Doviverata, 6.Ifereimi Rawaqa, 5.Simon Raiwalui (c), 4.Isoa Domolailai, 3.Apisai Nagi Mavua, 2.Sunia Koto Vuli, 1.Josese Baleikasavu, – replacements: 17.Ravuama Samo, 18.Kini Salabogi, 19.Akapusi Qera, 20.Emosi Vucago, 22.Maleli KunavoreNo entry : 16.Joeli Lotawa, 20.Emosi Vucago, 21.Jo Tora
Italy: 15.David Bortolussi, 14.Pablo Canavosio, 13.Andrea Masi, 12.Mirco Bergamasco (capt.), 11.Michele Sepe, 10.Ramiro Pez, 9.Paul Griffen, 8.Josh Sole, 7.Mauro Bergamasco, 6.Sergio Parisse, 5.Carlo Antonio del Fava, 4.Santiago Dellape, 3.Carlos Nieto, 2.Fabio Ongaro, 1.Andrea Lo Cicero, – replacements: 16.Leonardo Ghiraldini, 17.Matias Aguero, 18.Fabio Staibano, 19.Marco Bortolami, 20.Robert BarbieriNo entry: 21.Simon Picone, 22.Gert Peens


References

  • "GIAPPONE – ITALIA, DIRETTA TESTUALE – RISULTATO FINALE GIAPPONE – ITALIA 6–52" (in Italian). Losportitaliano.it. 11 June 2006. Retrieved 27 August 2013. 
  • "Deadly Caucau strikes to take Fiji to victory over Italy". The Observer. 18 June 2006. Retrieved 27 August 2013. 
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