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1997 Rugby World Cup Sevens squads

The teams which took part at the 1997 Rugby World Cup Sevens held in Hong Kong named squads of ten players each.[1]

Pool A

 England

  1. Adedayo Adebayo
  2. Neil Back
  3. Nick Beal
  4. Mike Catt
  5. Austin Healey
  6. Richard Hill
  7. Tim Rodber
  8. Dave Scully
  9. Chris Sheasby
  10. Jonathan Sleightholme

 Canada

  1. Rob Card
  2. Gregor Dixon
  3. Barry Ebl
  4. John Graf
  5. Jason Hartley
  6. Dave Lougheed
  7. Mike Schmid
  8. Winston Stanley
  9. Scott Stewart
  10. Ron Toews

 Zimbabwe

  1. Ryan Bekker
  2. Craig Brown
  3. Innocent Chidziva
  4. Patrick Ewing
  5. Campbell Graham
  6. Isaac Mbereko
  7. Charlton McNab
  8. Victor Olonga
  9. William Schultz
  10. Kennedy Tsimba

Pool B

 Romania

  1. Gabriel Brezoianu
  2. Vasile Brici
  3. Lucian Colceriu
  4. Constantin Dragnea
  5. Cătălin Drăguceanu
  6. Save Lutumailagi
  7. Alin Petrache
  8. Margant Rădoi
  9. Lucian Sîrbu
  10. Gheorghe Solomie
  11. Sorin Trancă

 Australia

  1. Michael Brial (NSW Waratahs)
  2. David Campese (NSW Waratahs)
  3. Ryan Constable (QLD Reds)
  4. David Kelaher
  5. Stephen Larkham (ACT Brumbies)
  6. John Moss
  7. Matthew Mostyn
  8. Damian Smith (QLD Reds)
  9. Semi Taupeaafe
  10. Roy Wayne Williams

 Scotland

  1. Nick Broughton
  2. Graeme Burns
  3. James Craig
  4. Cameron Glasgow
  5. Duncan Hodge
  6. Derrick Lee
  7. Cameron Mather
  8. Scott Nichol
  9. Sikeli Votonisoga
  10. Murray Wallace

Pool C

 New Zealand

Coach:New Zealand Gordon Tietjens

  1. Alama Ieremia
  2. Glen Osborne
  3. Caleb Ralph
  4. Roger Randle
  5. Eric Rush
  6. Owen Scrimgeour
  7. Joe Tauiwi
  8. Rua Tipoki
  9. Nick Penny
  10. Peter Woods

 Japan

Head Coach: Fiji Paulo Nawalu

  1. Hiroyuki Kajihara
  2. Shinji Ono
  3. Bruce Ferguson
  4. Takeomi Ito
  5. Hiroyuki Tanuma
  6. Kiyoshi Imazumi
  7. Kensuke Iwabuchi
  8. Daisuke Ohata
  9. Stephen Miln
  10. Hiroki Ozeki

 Tonga

  1. Maama Molitika
  2. Siua Taumalolo
  3. Ofa Topeni
  4. Tevita Tu'ifua
  5. Viliami Uhi
  6. Tevita Va`enuku
  7. Lui Veseseyaki
  8. William Faka'osi
  9. Sione Moa Latu
  10. Saia Moeakiolo
  11. Isi Fatani

Pool D

 Fiji

  1. Manasa Bari
  2. Leveni Duvuduvukula
  3. Luke Erenavula
  4. Lemeki Koroi
  5. Inoke Maraiwai
  6. Tamiela Naikelekele
  7. Waisale Serevi
  8. Aminiasi Naituyaga
  9. Jope Tuikabe
  10. Marika Vunibaka

 Portugal

  1. Miguel Barbosa
  2. Jon Dingley
  3. Vasco Durão
  4. José Maria Vilar Gomes
  5. Rohan Hoffmann
  6. João Diogo Marques
  7. Nuno Mourão
  8. Pedro Murinello
  9. Pedro Netto Fernandes
  10. Luís Pissarra
  11. Miguel Sá

 Hong Kong

  1. Hamish Bowden
  2. Robin Bredbury
  3. Fuk Ping Chan
  4. Riaz Fredericks
  5. Vaughan Going
  6. Steve Kidd
  7. Stuart Krohn
  8. Rodney McIntosh
  9. Luke Nabaro
  10. Rob Santos
  11. Issy Tuivai

Pool E

 France

  1. Philippe Bernat-Salles
  2. Olivier Campan
  3. Franck Corrihons
  4. Marc Lièvremont
  5. Thomas Lièvremont
  6. Olivier Magne
  7. Ugo Mola
  8. Meli Nakauta
  9. Mickael Noel
  10. Frederic Seguier
  11. Willy Taofifénua

 United States

Head Coach: Mark Williams

  1. Vaea Anitoni
  2. Andre Bachelet
  3. Jim Burgett
  4. Jon Campbell
  5. Malakai Delai
  6. Brian Gallagher
  7. Brian Hightower
  8. Dan Lyle
  9. Chris Morrow
  10. Richard Tardits (c)

 South Korea

  1. Chae Deuk-Joon
  2. Cho Jin-Sik
  3. Choi Chang-Yul
  4. Kim Jae-Hyun
  5. Kim Sung-Nam
  6. Lee Keun-Wook
  7. Park Jin-Bae
  8. Sung Hae-Kyung
  9. Yong Hwan-Myung
  10. Yoo Min-Suk

Pool F

 Spain

  1. Álvar Enciso
  2. Pablo Calderón
  3. Jon Azkargorta
  4. Francisco Puertas Soto
  5. Oriol Ripol
  6. Alberto Socías
  7. Carlos Souto
  8. Felipe Tayeb
  9. Jorge Torres
  10. Ferrán Velazco

 Cook Islands

  1. Bryan Adams
  2. Amosa Amosa
  3. Grand Hagai
  4. Save Lutumailagi
  5. David Nekeare
  6. Ryan Nicholas
  7. Junior Charlie Noo
  8. Terry Piri
  9. Anthony Ruakere
  10. Peter Tari
  11. Aquila Tunisau
  12. Alan Tyrell

 Morocco

  1. Mohamed Ahlalou
  2. Yassine Alami
  3. My Omar Nasrallah Alaoui
  4. Hamid Amina
  5. Aziz Andoh
  6. Faycal Boukanoucha
  7. Kazu Bouzedi
  8. Mohamed Dermouni
  9. Redouane Habbal
  10. Abdelaziz Mesror
  11. Carl Murray

Pool G

 Ireland

  1. Jonathan Bell
  2. Ben Cronin
  3. Kieron Dawson
  4. Denis Hickie
  5. David Humphreys
  6. Niall Malone
  7. Denis McBride
  8. Eric Miller
  9. Richard Wallace
  10. Niall Woods
  11. Chris Wyatt

 Argentina

  1. Lisandro Arbizu
  2. Pablo Bouza
  3. Gonzalo Camardón
  4. Gonzalo García
  5. Marcos Garicoche
  6. Leandro Lobrauco
  7. Santiago Phelan
  8. Eduardo Simone
  9. Facundo Soler
  10. Cristian Viel

 South Africa

  1. Graeme Bouwer
  2. Stephen Brink
  3. Jacques Olivier
  4. Breyton Paulse
  5. Pieter Rossouw
  6. Bobby Skinstad
  7. André Snyman
  8. Jeffrey Stevens
  9. Joost van der Westhuizen (c)[2]
  10. Andre Venter

Pool H

 Namibia

  1. Johan Britz
  2. Dirk Farmer
  3. André Greeff
  4. Kobus Horn
  5. Quinn Hough
  6. Gerhard Mans
  7. Jaco Olivier
  8. Ronaldo Pedro
  9. Schalk van der Merwe
  10. Johan Zaayman

 Samoa

  1. Kalolo Toleafoa
  2. Isaac Fe'aunati
  3. Rudolf Moors
  4. Brian Lima
  5. Tainafi Patu
  6. Afato So'oalo
  7. Terry Fanolua
  8. Sila Vaifale
  9. Laiafi Papali'i
  10. Semo Sititi

 Wales

  1. Allan Bateman
  2. Darren Edwards
  3. Jason Forster
  4. Dafydd James
  5. Kevin Morgan
  6. Wayne Proctor
  7. Jamie Ringer
  8. Gareth Thomas
  9. Christopher Wyatt
  10. Gareth Wyatt

References

  1. ^ "1997 Rugby World Cup Sevens teams". World Rugby. Retrieved 12 March 2017.
  2. ^ "Joost: BlitzBokke skipper to RWC Sevens 1997". blitzbokke.com. 6 February 2017. Retrieved 7 November 2017.