Rugby Brazil play host to Colombia on Saturday. The match is the first ever capped Women’s test match in the largest South American country. It comes after a lengthily period of international competition between Brazil and Colombia in Rugby 7’s.
The history of Women’s Rugby in both Brazil and Colombia is relatively short. The first of the two to have a Women’s test side is Brazil. It was born in 2008 with the first match being against the Netherlands. The Europeans were 10-0 winners on that day.
Saturday’s match will be the third between Brazil and Colombia. It will be played at the Estádio Nogueirão in Mogi das Cruzes, Greater São Paulo. Admission is free of charge. Those attending are asked to donate 1 Kg of non-perishable food (excluding sugar and salt).
The two previous matches between Brazil and Colombia were both played in Medellín, Colombia. Las Tucanes won the matches by scorelines of 28-7 and 23-19.
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15 Patrícia Carvalho, 14 Ariely Moreira, 13 Paula Sarmento, 12 Mariana Mendes, 11 Ana Júlia Dias, 10 Leticia Martins, 9 Silvana Santos, 8 Íris Coluna (capt.), 7 Eshyllen Coimbra, 6 Dayana Dakar, 5 Sofia Marques, 4 Ana Carolina Santana, 3 Beatriz Pagan, 2 Bruna Lotufo, 1 Addalucia Nascimento
Replacements: 16 Tainá Amorim, 17 Carolina Palazzini, 18 Samara Arruda, 19 Grasiele Bomfim, 20 Isabela Gomes, 21 Beatriz Futuro, 22 Maysa Fernandes, 23 Yasmim de Lima
15 Laura Diosa, 14 Yuritza Martinez, 13 Daniela Alzate, 12 Valentina Tapias, 11 Maria Arzuaga, 10 Camila Lopera, 9 Andrea Ramirez, 8 Isabel Romero, 7 Angela Alzate, 6 Valentina Álvarez, 5 Annagith Vargas, 4 Paola Delgado, 3 Carolina Naranjo, 2 Nathalia Barajas (capt.), 1 Antonia Cortes
Replacements: 16 Silvia Olave, 17 Tatiana Delgado, 18 Camila Cardona, 19 Maria Paula Urrego, 20 Maria Alejandra Conde, 21 Stefania Sarmento, 22 Camila Castrillon, 23 Michelle Baguy
Date: Saturday, November 12, 2022
Kick-Off: 2pm (Brasília); 12pm (Bogotá)
Venue: Estádio Nogueirão (Mogi das Cruzes BR)
Referee: Cristiana Futuro (BR)
Assistant Referees: Marcela Coffacci (BR); Érika Weiss (BR)
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