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Croatian Rugby Champions Claim Record 11th Straight Title

The most successful sporting team in any code from the Dalmatian city of Split have just wrapped up their record 11th championship in a row. Nada Rugby Club beat Sinj 53:10 on Sunday to once again claim the Croatian championship.

The club celebrated the title in style with a ‘festa’ after captain Mate Borozan collected the Croatian championship cup from the President of the Croatian Rugby Federation Veceslav Holjevac at their Stari Plac home ground. It was Nada Rugby Club’s 29th Croatian title.

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