Italy A National Rugby Union Team

The Italy A national rugby union team (also known as Italia Emergenti) are the second national rugby union team in Italy after the national side. They compete every year in the IRB Nations Cup.

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Italy A National Rugby Union Team - Current Squad
26-man Emerging Italy squad for the 2012 IRB Nations Cup ... Head Coach Gianluca Guidi Backs Player Position Club Alberto Chillon Scrum-half Petrarca Padova Guglielmo Palazzani Scrum-half Calvisano Michael Wilson Scrum-half Rovigo Alberto Chiesa Fly-half Cavalieri Prato Tommaso Castello Centre Calvisano Denis Majstorovic Centre Cavalieri Prato Matteo Pratichetti Centre Aironi Joe van Niekerk Centre Rovigo Andrea Bacchetti Wing Rovigo Tommaso Iannone Wing Treviso Alessandro Tartaglia Wing Lazio Paolo Buso Fullback Aironi Forwards Player Position Club Enrico Ceccato Hooker Treviso Andrea Manici Hooker Crociati Gabrielle Morelli Hooker Calvisano Dario Chistolini Prop Gloucester Andrea de Marchi Prop Aironi Carlo Fazzari Prop Treviso Andrea Lovotti Prop Calvisano Filippo Cazzola Lock Cavalieri Prato Leandro Cedaro Lock Mont-de-Marsan Enrico Targa Lock Petrarca Padova Marco Barbini Flanker Petrarca Padova Emiliano Caffini Flanker Crociati Filippo Cristiano (c) Flanker Rovigo Nicola Belardo Number eight Cavalieri Prato Michael van Vuren Number eight Crociati ...

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