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India women's national rugby union team (sevens)

India Women's Sevens Team
Union Indian Rugby Football Union
Coach(es) Elenoa Kunatuba
Captain(s) Surabhi Date

The India women's national sevens rugby union team is India's national representative in Rugby sevens.

Current Squad

Squad at 2010 Asian Games: [1]

  • Sitara Indramohan
  • V. Boman Bharucha
  • Niharika Bal
  • Bhagyalaxmi Barik
  • Neha Pardeshi
  • Surabhi Date
  • Tapasi Nandi
  • Sutapa Das
  • Kalpana Das
  • Sheetal Maurya
  • Annapurna Bothate
  • Yogita Marathe

2010 Asian Games

Pool Stage
Team Pld W D L PF PA PD Pts
 Kazakhstan 3 3 0 0 100 7 +93 9
 Japan 3 2 0 1 62 33 +29 7
 Singapore 3 1 0 2 34 53 −19 5
 India 3 0 0 3 5 108 −103 3
Finals
Quarterfinal Semifinal Gold medal match
                   
November 23        
  China  42
November 23
  India  0  
  China  34
November 23
    Hong Kong  0  
  Japan  14
November 23
  Hong Kong  19  
  China  14
November 23
    Kazakhstan  17
  Kazakhstan  52
November 23
  South Korea  0  
  Kazakhstan  22 Bronze medal match
November 23
    Thailand  14  
  Thailand  27   Hong Kong  12
  Singapore  5     Thailand (a.e.t.)  17
November 23
5–8 placing 5th/6th placing
November 23
  India  0  
  Japan  46  
 
November 23
      Japan  31
    Singapore  0
7th/8th placing
November 23 November 23
  South Korea  5   India  21
  Singapore  31     South Korea  10

References

  1. ^ Guangzhou Asian Games Organizing Committee (2009). "Team Members". Retrieved 25 March 2012. 
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