Poland 32, Netherlands 19 in Amsterdam (ENC 1B)
Uganda 19, Kenya 5 in Kampala (Elgon Cup; Victoria Cup)
Malta 22, Sweden 14 in La Valette (ENC 2A)
Israel 44, Hungary 5 in Ezstegom (ENC 2C)
Denmark 28, Austria 22 in Odense (ENC 2C)
Luxembourg 26, Finland 3 in Luxembourg (ENC 2D)
Philippines 28, Sri Lanka 18 in Manilla (WCQ, Asia Nations Div.1.)
Chinese Taipei 49, Singapore 31 in Manilla (WCQ, Asia Nations Div.1.)
Cayman Islands 46, Mexico 13 in George Town (WCQ Americas, NACRA Round 1 North)
Barbados v St Vincent & Grenadines in Bridgetown (WCQ Americas, NACRA Round 1 South)-to be played
Poland predictably won against Netherlands
Poland were comfortable winners over Netherlands.
Image thanks to Wim Peperkamp at http://www.rugby.nl/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=1051:polen&catid=3:newsflash&Itemid=237
Uganda caused a major upset defeating their more fancied neighbours Kenya.
Malta inflicted Sweden’s first loss of the season and making the equation as to who will progress to ENC 1B.
Victorious Israeli team following win over Hungary
Image thanks to ‘4N’ at http://www.fira-aer-rugby.com/forum2007/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=4057
Denmark defeated Austria at home as did Luxembourg over Finland. Looks like Finland are destined for relegation.
In the Asia Division 1 World Cup qualifying tournament, The Philippines defeated Sri Lanka to gain promotion to Asia5Nations for 2013 and a shot at the big time in Asia rugby. Singapore were relegated to Division 2 for 2013 thus ending their World Cup qualifying hopes.
Cayman Islands defeated Mexico by a wide margin and thus gain entry into the NACRA Caribbean World Cup qualifying second round. I was surprised by the margin of loss by Mexico. Their World Cup dreams are over.
Serbia v Croatia in a friendly rugby test match,
Image thanks to Dragan Pavlovic at http://www.rugbyozone.com/?p=5731