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2006 Under 21 Rugby World Championship

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2006 Under 21 Rugby World Championship

The 2006 Under 21 Rugby World Championship was played in the Auvergne region of France throughout June 2006. The final was played between South Africa and France at the Parc des Sports Marcel Michelin in Clermont-Ferrand, which saw France win 24 to 13.

Contents

  • Participants 1
  • Results 2
    • Pool stages 2.1
  • Results after pool games 3
  • Second round 4
    • 10th v 11th 4.1
    • 9th v 12th 4.2
    • 6th v 7th 4.3
    • 5th v 8th 4.4
  • Semi-finals 5
    • 2nd v 3rd 5.1
    • 1st v 4th 5.2
  • Play-offs 6
    • 11th place play-off 6.1
    • 9th place play-off 6.2
    • 7th place play-off 6.3
    • 5th place play-off 6.4
  • Finals 7
    • 3rd place play-off 7.1
    • Championship final 7.2
  • External links 8

Participants

Results

Pool stages

Results after pool games

2006 IRB Under 21 World Championship
Team Played Won Lost For Against Tries For Tries Against Bonus Points Points
 South Africa 3 3 0 136 43 17 5 1 13
 Australia 3 3 0 82 51 10 5 1 13
 France 3 2 1 68 25 9 2 3 11
 New Zealand 3 2 1 121 51 15 5 2 10
 England 3 2 1 79 49 11 4 2 10
 Argentina 3 2 1 55 52 8 6 2 10
 Ireland 3 1 2 77 52 11 8 2 6
 Wales 3 1 2 86 70 11 9 2 6
 Scotland 3 1 2 52 59 5 9 2 6
 Fiji 3 1 2 71 94 11 11 1 5
 Italy 3 0 3 43 144 4 22 0 0
 Georgia 3 0 3 42 222 5 31 0 0

Second round

10th v 11th

9th v 12th

6th v 7th

5th v 8th

Semi-finals

2nd v 3rd

1st v 4th

Play-offs

11th place play-off

9th place play-off

7th place play-off

5th place play-off

Finals

3rd place play-off

Championship final

External links

  • IRB21.com
  • IRB.com
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