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Gallery | Mixed Ability Rugby World Cup Finals Day

13th June 2022 By The Editor

Sundays Well Rebels and El Salvador celebrate winning together

Sundays Well Rebels and El Salvador celebrate winning together Inpho

The International Mixed Ability Rugby Tournament (IMART) World Cup came to a conclusion on Friday with 14 finals and playoffs down for decision.

In what was a hugely successful week for mixed ability sport, an estimated 25,000 visitors descended on Musgrave Park in Cork to support the 28 teams competing at the World Cup.

The Finals Day on Friday saw Cork side the Sunday’s Well Rebels win the Men’s Mixed Ability Rugby World Cup while El Salvador from Spain won the inaugural Women’s Mixed Ability Rugby World Cup.

The Spirit Of Rugby Trophies were won by UR Almeria / Incluindus (women’s) and Incluindus (men’s), which were awarded based on the commitment to rugby values.

Click here for some of the best pictures taken from Friday’s Finals Day.

See below for a list of results from the final day of IMART 2022.

June 10 2022 – Finals Day

IMART Men’s Bowl 3rd Place Playoff: Mara 22 Gaztedi 5
IMART Men’s Bowl 5th Place Playoff: Hesselse Herten 27 Bumble Bees 24
IMART Men’s Bowl 7th Place Playoff: El Salvador 5 Incluindus 0

IMART Men’s Plate 3rd Place Playoff: Surrey Chargers 12 Sudamérica XV 10
IMART Men’s Plate 5th Place Playoff: West Cork Jesters 75 Halifax Magpies 75*
IMART Men’s Plate 7th Place Playoff: URA Clan 17 ImplaccAbili 12

IMART Women’s Bowl Final: Ballincollig Trailblazers 15 UR Almeria 5
IMART Men’s Cup 5th Place Playoff: Pumpas 22 Worcester 21
IMART Men’s Cup 7th Place Playoff: Llanelli Warriors 12 Chivasso 10

IMART Men’s Bowl Final: Banbridge Barbarians 19 Derby Bucks 17
IMART Men’s Plate Final: Longlevens Griffins 15 Edinburgh Rugby 12
IMART Men’s Cup 3rd Place Playoff: Malone Tornadoes 77 Swansea Gladiators 77**

16:00 – IMART Women’s Final: El Salvador 15 Harlequeens 7
18:00 – IMART Men’s Cup Final: Sundays Well Rebels 10 Oshawa Vikings 5

*Both teams accrued the same amount of spirit points. Malone Tornadoes finish 5th due to scoring the first try in the game.

**Halifax Magpies finish 5th courtesy of a greater number of spirit points accrued across the tournament.

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