Latvia national rugby union team

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Latvia
Union Latvijas Regbija Federācija
Nickname(s) Venus Ruiskas
Coach(es) Tomas Stekas
Captain(s) Alexander Polivukis
Most caps 102
Top scorer Tomas Stekas:134
Team kit
First international
Latvia Latvia - 28 Georgia Georgia (country)
(1992-07-19)
Largest win
Latvia Latvia 53 - 3 Bulgaria Bulgaria
(1997-05-10)
Largest defeat

Latvia Latvia 21 - 74 [Romania National rugby team

national rugby union team

The Latvia national rugby union team represent Latvia at the sport of rugby union. They are governed by Latvijas Regbija Federācija (Latvia Rugby Federation) and have been playing international rugby since the early 1990s. Rugby has increased in popularity in Latvia recently due to a rise in form. Despite minimal playing numbers, Latvia continue to compete at a high level, and had an outside chance of finishing top of Division 2A of the European Nations Cup. However their hopes took a massive blow, when they failed to capitalise on Poland's surprise home defeat to Croatia, losing 16-13 to Malta in Paola. Latvia is an improving rugby team as now more players are playing in Russia, Germany, and Canada.

Current squad

Squad to 2014 European Nations Cup - Division 2B.[1]

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