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Curaçao national rugby union team

Coach(es) Jay Solley
Captain(s) Paulo de Sousa Feirra
First international
              Curaçao 37–24  St. Vincent & Gren.
Largest win
Saint Lucia  7–56 Curaçao     
Largest defeat
Barbados  41–3 Curaçao   
World Cup
Appearances 0

The Curaçao national rugby union team represents Curaçao in the sport of rugby union. The team plays international matches against other countries in the Caribbean region.[1]

The team played its first international match at the 2013 NACRA Rugby Championship.

Current Squad

Squad to the 2015 NACRA Rugby Championship:[2]

  • Glenno Fransman
  • Edel Calmes
  • Carlos Hernandez
  • Eelco te Molder*
  • Marius van Noort
  • Paulo de Sousa Feirra (c)
  • Emanuel Koenders
  • Junnyfer Fidanque
  • Oscar Abril-Bonthuis
  • Robert Perry
  • Curtleyson Martis
  • Derk Sonnenberg
  • Arlito dos Passos
  • Jedrick Magdalena
  • Charlie Dekker


  • Arthur Hogesteger
  • Mark Verburg
  • Varley Felipa*
  • Duran Sikkerlad
  • Erik Linsen
  • Ulrich Tomasa
  • Lando Pieters
  • Jerwien Maduro

* newly capped players

See also

External links

  • Curaçao Rugby Federation on


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