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2005 CAR Development Trophy


2005 CAR Development Trophy

2004 CAR Development Trophy
Tournament details
Date 28 May–
12 December 2005
No. of nations 9
Final positions
Champions  Mauritius
Runner-up  Burkina Faso
Tournament statistics
Matches played 12

The 2005 CAR Development Trophy is the second edition of second level rugby union tournament in Africa. The competition involved nine teams that were divided into two zones (North and South). The winner of the two zone were admitted to final


  • North Zone 1
    • Preliminary 1.1
    • Semifinals 1.2
    • 3rd place final 1.3
    • 1st place final 1.4
  • South Zone 2
  • Final 3

North Zone


28 May 2005
Benin  3 - 3  Niger


2 June 2005
Burkina Faso  39 - 10  Togo

2 June 2005
Mali  24 - 3  Benin

3rd place final

5 June 2005
Togo  13 - 6  Benin

1st place final

5 June 2005
Burkina Faso  16 - 13  Mali

South Zone

6 August 2005
Rwanda  16 - 5  Burundi

6 August 2005
Mauritius  20 - 0  Tanzania

9 August 2005
Tanzania  77 - 0  Burundi

9 August 2005
Mauritius  36 - 7  Rwanda

13 August 2005
Tanzania  -  Rwanda

13 August 2005
Mauritius  75 - 0  Burundi

  • Mauritius won the pool


12 December 2005
Mauritius  103 - 3  Burkina Faso
St Loius

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