2003 Rugby World Cup - Americas qualification


2003 Rugby World Cup - Americas qualification

In qualification for the 2003 Rugby World Cup, a number of positions were available to Americas nations. Canada, Uruguay and the USA would eventually qualify.

Round 1 (North)

"Winner (Trinidad and Tobago) qualified to Round 2."Round8
20 November, 2001 - Cayman Islands|ru|BER|Forfeit|ru|LCA|0
20 November, 2001 - Cayman Islands|ru|BAR|25|ru|BAH|18
20 November, 2001 - Cayman Islands|ru|CAY|32|ru|GUY|13
20 November, 2001 - Cayman Islands|ru|TRI|51|ru|JAM|5
22 November, 2001 - Cayman Islands|ru|BER|18|ru|BAR|5
22 November, 2001 - Cayman Islands|ru|TRI|12|ru|CAY|8
24 November, 2001 - Cayman Islands|ru|TRI|23|ru|BER|12

Round 1 (South)

"Winner (Brazil) qualified to Round 2."

Final Standings

Round 3

"Winner (Chile) qualified to Round 4."

Final Standings

Match Schedule


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