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Hanazono Kintetsu Liners
It is a prestigious team of adult rugby with one of the best history and achievements in Japan.Home groundHigashiosaka Hanazono Rugby Field(OldKintetsu Hanazono Rugby Stadium).Nicknamed "Liners"Kintetsu Limited Express"Urban linerIt expresses the sense of speed and strength in rugby.The team mascotKintetsu Limited Express"Urban liner nextThe logo emblem was renewed with the change of name to "Hanazono Kintetsu Liners", and the team mascot was also the Kintetsu Limited Express "Hanazono Kintetsu Liners".HinoriWas replaced by "LINER MAN" with the motif of "LINER MAN".
1927/,Osaka Electric Orbit(Commonly known as Ogai) Volunteers of employees gatherKoan FactoryI practiced rugby on the premises (at this time, I was called the Kintetsu Group General Manager)Saeki IsamuAlso participates).With this practice as a trigger, we recruited members in earnest and formed a team.afterwards,Hanazono Rugby FieldWas established1929/It was officially established as the Osaka Electric Orbital Rugby Club.
There was no organized national tournament before and during the war,1936/(Showa 11) Started winning the Osaka Business Group Tournament in March, and boasts three runner-ups in the tournament.However, as the war deepened, members were convened one after another, and it became difficult to play games and practice.The Hanazono Rugby Stadium, which is the home ground, has also become a farm and a military training ground.It should be noted that1941/(Showa 16) On March 3th, Daigai and its affiliated company,Sangukyu Electric RailwayMerged to become Kansai Express Railway (Kankyu), and further1944/(Showa 19) June 6st with KankyuNankai RailwayWas merged and the Kinki Nippon Railway (Kintetsu) was established.
1947/(Showa 22) 2ndNational Athletic MeetHe won the Kansai qualifying round and participated in the 2nd National Athletic Meet held in Kanazawa.It was a great honor to be able to participate in the national polity, which had a high status at that time.In addition, although there were many difficulties such as material shortages, food shortages, and financial shortages during the expedition in the era just after the end of the war, I was able to participate with the cooperation of alumni and employees.
1948/1st degreeNational Adult Rugby Football Tournament(eachRegional leagueParticipated in a tournament by a high-ranking team, hereinafter referred to as the National Adult Tournament).However, in the final, he lost to Kyushu with 3-57 and ended up in second place.Since thenYawata SteelWith the rise of such things, although they had the power to compete for victory, they did not reach the top.in addition1952/Regarding the degree, I also missed the participation in the national adult competition.The first Kintetsu player to make a comebackRepresentation from JapanBecame a playerYoshinobu NakajimaWhen he retired from active duty for the same year, he was appointed as a coach from the following season.
It was worth it, and in 1953Kyushu Electric PowerAnd both teams won the first victory.Despite the fact that his nemesis, Yawata Iron & Steel, lost to Kyushu Electric Power in the district qualifying and missed the participation, he achieved the long-sought "No. 5 in Japan".After that, when Nakajima was the coach, Kintetsu won the tournament five times.
In 1956, he defeated Kyushu Electric Power in the final and has continued since the first tournament.KyusyuThe consecutive championships of the forces were cut off.Since then, by the 27th tournament, he has won 8 times and 9 runners-up.In particular, he played against Yawata Iron & Steel 1951 times from 1968 to 12 at the National Adult Tournament.In the final match, he met eight times and reigned for a long time as one of the two strongest members of the working team.Kintetsu's record was 8 wins and 2 losses (10 win and 1 losses in the final), which was very poor. In addition, in the final in 7 and the semi-final in 1958, they lost to Yawata and were prevented from winning the tournament for the third consecutive time.
1956/In the 9th tournament, he won all four games from the first round to the final without any goals and was said to be a "complete shut-out victory".This record has never been lined up since then.It is also famous for having achieved 1 out of 4 appearances and 55 consecutive appearances in the competition.
1958/Opened every timeKansai Adult LeagueFounding members[Note 1]However, he has won 1 consecutive victories since the first tournament, a total of 11 times (Top westI haven't counted the victory in.)
Incidentally,1969/Degree (January 1970) won the national adult tournament and got the right to participate in the 1th Japan Championship, but declined to participate.This year's Japan ChampionshipBangkok(Thailand) 2ndAsian ChampionshipThe schedule was duplicated.The Kansai member A-League, which had produced a large number of Japanese national team players, was named by the managers of all seven teams in advance.Japan AssociationI had requested to change the schedule of the Japan Championships.However, it is also the time for the university exam, and the Japan Association has not changed the schedule.Toyota self-construction, Best 4Mitsubishi Heavy Industries KyotoThey abstained as the consensus of the Kansai forces.Therefore, the Japan Association is another team of the best four.Fuji Iron Kamaishi(Later Nippon Steel Kamaishi) was asked to participate, and Fuji Iron Kamaishi accepted this and participated in the Japan Championships.
After winning the 1974 Japan Championship,Yoshihiro Sakata(CurrentKansai Rugby Football AssociationChairman),Hiroshi Ogasawara(OriginalworldPlayers with experience of representing Japan such as (Director) have retired, and after the 1976 seasonRyozo Imazato(OriginalRepresentation from JapanDirector, former Kintetsu Liners manager)Susumu(Later professional wrestler,Ashura Hara) Is also retired.After that, I tried to rejuvenate, but the strengthening did not go as expected.
Although he won the Kansai Adult A-League in 1977 and 1988, and remained in the A-League after that, he continued to break the record of consecutive appearances in the national adult tournament, but he did not show any outstanding results.
National Adult Tournamentには、第1回（1948年度）から最後の大会となる第55回（2002年度）までの間に、実に53回（歴代1位）の出場を果たした。この間、優勝8回（歴代4位）、準優勝9回（歴代2位）、通算137試合（歴代2位）、通算82勝（歴代2位）、50大会連続出場（1953年度-2002年度、歴代1位）という輝かしい記録を残した。
After the start of the top league
Opened in 2003Japan Rugby Top LeagueAt the same time,Kintetsu LinersThe team name was decided. In the 2003 league match, he finished in 3th place out of 8 teams with 12 wins and 10 losses, and went into a qualification match.Kyushu Electric PowerHe won 47-24 and escaped relegation.
However, in 2004, he finished 2th out of 9 teams with 12 wins and 11 losses, and according to the tournament regulations.Top westAutomatic demotion to A-League has been decided.The team has been run as part of club activities aimed at corporate welfare, but from 2005, the operating budget has been increased with the policy of renewing it into an independent organization as a symbol sport of the company.Also, as the person in charge of the OBRyozo Imazato(Former Japan National Team, Former Kintetsu Coach, Former Japan National Team Coach) was selected.
In 2005Top westWon the A-League with all 7 wins and challenge match (Top east,Top west,Top kyushuAdvance to the ranking battle) by the representatives of the three regions.From the following year 3Top leagueWill be expanded to 14 teams, so if you reach the 3nd place out of 2 teams, you will be able to return by automatic promotion.IBM Japan Big BlueTo 0-39,Coca-Cola West JapanLost 12-15 in a row and lost all in the top league in a qualification matchFukuoka Sanix BluesHe lost 20-46 and couldn't make a comeback.
In 2006Top westWin the A-League for the second time in a row and try the challenge match again.Automatic promotionMitsubishi Heavy Industries SagamiharaIn the final match with, he lost by a narrow margin of 31-32 and missed the automatic promotion.In addition, he was caught up with a tie (29-29) just before the end of the qualification match with IBM.In this case, according to the tournament regulationsTop leagueKintetsu was unable to return to the top league for the second year in a row due to the remaining team.
Of 2007Top westIn A, there is a top 3 playoff system, and if you are in the 3rd place, you can participate in the playoff for the challenge match.I have been demoted from the top leagueWorld fighting bullWhen,Honda heatAlthough he lost to the playoffs, he barely decided to advance to the playoffs in 3rd place.In the playoffs, he defeated Honda and World to win the Top West for the third time in a row and qualify for Challenge Match 3.In a challenge matchPine Doubles SomersとYokogawaHe won the championship and decided to return to the top league in 1st place.For the first time in 33 yearsJapan ChampionshipIn the first roundKeio UniversityDefeated, but continuedToyotaThe battle was defeated at the end of a close battle (43-53).
In 2008Peter sloaneInvited to the head coach,Top leagueAlthough he was a promoted team, he won the opening two consecutive games, and although he could not beat the top team, he fought well and got bonus points.He definitely won the lower team and avoided automatic demotion with two games left.In addition, 2th place or higher was decided without waiting for the final round, avoiding the qualification match and confirming the remaining.The final ranking was 2th out of 10 teams, but it was a good result for the first year of his return.
Aiming for further step-up in fiscal 2009Shotaro Onishi-Tadanobu Ko-Tashin Ito・ Reinforce talented people from Kansai.furtherLeon MacDonaldAlthough there was a reinforcement of the big name, due to the injured and lack of combination, he finished in 11th place and went to a qualification match.But in a qualification matchYokogawaWinTop leagueI decided to stay.
Rico Gear joined in 2010.Also, the combination improved and I couldn't win for a while.Kobe Steel,ToyotaI mentioned Venus to break.The final ranking isTop leagueIt was the 9th place in Thailand.With the expiration of the contract of coach Peter Sloane, coach Ryusuke Maeda will be appointed as coach from 2011.
In 2011, it was a good advance such as the opening three consecutive wins, and as a teamTop leagueI broke into the highest 5th place.The following year, in 2012, there were many omissions in the match against the middle team, and it ended in 7th place.
In March 2016, Akira Tsuboi became the director following the retirement of director Ryusuke Maeda.However, in 3, it was ranked 2017th (lowest) in the final ranking.Top challenge leagueWas automatically demoted.
In 2018, he was appointed as the head coach of the former 15-person women's national team coach.Top challenge leagueAlthough he passed the 1st stage with all wins, he stalled in the 2nd stage and finished 3rd.I participated in a qualification match,Hino Red DolphinsLost to, did not get promoted in one season.
In 2019, the attack will be renewed with Sean Hedger as the backs coach.Top league cupFinished the pool game with 4 wins and 1 loss,Kobe SteelDue to the defeat in the battle, he missed the final tournament.
July 2021, 7, New LeagueJAPAN RUGBY LEAGUE ONEWill be distributed to the second division league..On the same day, Kintetsu Liners announced that it will change its name to "Hanazono Kintetsu Liners", which includes Hanazono Rugby Stadium in the team name in the new league that will start in January 2022..
- Japan Championship
- Win : 3 times(1966, 1967, 1974)
- Runner-up: 2 times (1961)[Note 2], 1963)
- National Adult Tournament
- Win : 8 times(1953[Note 3], 1956, 1957, 1961, 1966, 1967, 1969, 1974)
- Runner-up: 9 times (1948, 1951, 1955, 1958, 1959, 1960, 1963, 1965, 1973)
- Kansai Adult League
Before the establishment of the Top League
|1958||Kansai Adult League||Period 1||Win||4||4||0||0||63||17||46|
|1959||Kansai Adult League||Period 1||Win||5||5||0||0||112||24||88|
|1960||Kansai Adult League||Period 1||Win||6||6||0||0||157||26||131|
|1961||Kansai Adult League||Period 1||Win||5||5||0||0||157||17||140|
|1962||Kansai Adult League A League||Period 1||Win||3||3||0||0||51||17||34|
|1963||Kansai Adult League A League||Period 1||Win||3||3||0||0||106||3||103|
|1964||Kansai Adult League A League||Period 1||Win||3||2||1||0||38||12||26|
|1965||Kansai Adult League A League||Period 1||Win||4||4||0||0||119||9||110|
|1966||Kansai Adult League A League||Period 1||Win||5||5||0||0||190||33||157|
|1967||Kansai Adult League A League||Period 1||Win||6||5||0||1||164||67||97||Same rate victory|
|1968||Kansai Adult League A League||Period 1||Win||6||5||0||1||156||58||98|
|1969||Kansai Adult League A League||Period 1||4 bit||6||3||0||3||118||51||67|
|1970||Kansai Adult League A League||Period 1||3 bit||6||4||0||2||142||54||88||Same rate|
|1971||Kansai Adult League A League||Period 1||Win||6||5||0||1||203||65||138|
|1972||Kansai Adult League A League||Period 1||Win||6||6||0||0||280||56||224|
|1973||Kansai Adult League A League||Period 1||Win||6||6||0||0||218||32||186|
|1974||Kansai Adult League A League||Period 1||Win||6||6||0||0||177||58||119|
|1975||Kansai Adult League A League||Period 1||3 bit||6||4||0||2||152||77||75|
|1976||Kansai Adult League A League||Period 1||2 bit||6||5||0||1||220||72||148|
|1977||Kansai Adult League A League||Period 1||Win||6||5||0||1||204||89||115||Same rate victory|
|1978||Kansai Adult League A League||Period 1||4 bit||6||3||0||3||187||119||68||Same rate|
|1979||Kansai Adult League A League||Period 1||5 bit||6||2||0||4||122||152||-30|
|1980||Kansai Adult League A League||Period 1||2 bit||7||5||0||2||210||129||81|
|1981||Kansai Adult League A League||Period 1||6 bit||7||2||0||5||114||156||-42|
|1982||Kansai Adult League A League||Period 1||5 bit||7||3||0||4||130||115||15|
|1983||Kansai Adult League A League||Period 1||4 bit||7||4||0||3||211||95||116|
|1984||Kansai Adult League A League||Period 1||3 bit||7||4||1||2||144||62||82||Same rate|
|1985||Kansai Adult League A League||Period 1||2 bit||7||5||0||2||193||79||114||Same rate|
|1986||Kansai Adult League A League||Period 1||3 bit||7||4||0||3||200||133||67|
|1987||Kansai Adult League A League||Period 1||3 bit||7||5||0||2||186||100||86|
|1988||Kansai Adult League A League||Period 1||Win||7||6||0||1||173||96||77|
|1989||Kansai Adult League A League||Period 1||4 bit||7||4||0||3||117||108||9|
|1990||Kansai Adult League A League||Period 1||5 bit||7||3||0||4||181||147||34|
|1991||Kansai Adult League A League||Period 1||3 bit||7||4||0||3||161||150||11|
|1992||Kansai Adult League A League||Period 1||4 bit||7||4||0||3||203||242||-39|
|1993||Kansai Adult League A League||Period 1||7 bit||7||2||0||5||149||192||-43|
|1994||Kansai Adult League A League||Period 1||5 bit||7||3||1||3||200||170||30||4th place at the same rate.Ranking is by lottery|
|1995||Kansai Adult League A League||Period 1||5 bit||7||3||0||4||137||252||-115||4th in Trilemma.The ranking depends on the difference between the teams|
|1996||Kansai Adult League A League||Period 1||5 bit||7||2||1||4||222||334||-112|
|1997||Kansai Adult League A League||Period 1||4 bit||7||3||0||4||295||257||38||4th in Trilemma.Ranking depends on the number of tries between the teams|
|1998||Kansai Adult League A League||Period 1||5 bit||7||3||0||4||138||224||-86|
|1999||Kansai Adult League A League||Period 1||5 bit||7||3||0||4||184||268||-84|
|2000||Kansai Adult League A League||Period 1||4 bit||7||3||1||3||193||210||-17|
|2001||Kansai Adult League A League||Period 1||4 bit||7||4||0||3||195||236||-41|
|2002||Kansai Adult League A League||Period 1||5 bit||7||3||0||4||227||280||-53|
Since the establishment of the Top League
|Season||League League||Div.||Ranking||match||victory||Draw||defeat||score||Goal||Profit/loss||Points||Result||Cup match||Japan Championship|
|2003-2004||Top league||Period 1||10 bit||11||3||0||8||292||510||-218||18||League match: 10th place|
|2004-2005||Top league||Period 1||11 bit||11||2||0||9||261||514||-253||13||League match: 11th place|
Automatically demoted to top waist
|2005-2006||Top West A||Period 2||Win||League match: 1th place|
Top Challenge 1 + qualification match: Remaining
|2006-2007||Top West A||Period 2||Win||League match: 1th place|
Top Challenge 1 + qualification match: Remaining
|2007-2008||Top West A||Period 2||Win||League match: 1th place|
Top Challenge 1: Automatic promotion to Top League
|2008-2009||Top league||Period 1||9 bit||13||5||0||8||319||348||-29||28||League match: 9th place|
|2009-2010||Top league||Period 1||11 bit||13||4||1||8||218||348||-130||23||League match: 11th place|
|2010-2011||Top league||Period 1||9 bit||13||6||0||7||277||344||-67||31||League match: 9th place|
|2011-2012||Top league||Period 1||5 bit||13||8||0||5||341||311||30||39||League match: 5th place|
|2012-2013||Top league||Period 1||7 bit||13||6||0||7||356||308||48||33||League match: 7th place|
|2013-2014||Top league||Period 1||10 bit||7||2||0||5||139||167||-28||13||League match: 1st stage pool B, 6th place|
|7||5||0||2||187||158||29||27||League match: 2nd stage, group B, 2nd place|
|2014-2015||Top league||Period 1||12 bit||7||4||0||3||182||178||4||22||League match: 1st stage pool B, 5th place|
|7||4||0||3||167||168||-1||25||League match: 2nd stage, group B, 4nd place|
|2015-2016||Top league||Period 1||7 bit||7||5||0||2||189||193||-4||23||League match: Pool A, 3rd place|
Ranking Tournament: 7th
|Pre-season league:7 bit|
|2016-2017||Top league||Period 1||13 bit||15||3||0||12||268||417||-149||18||League match: 13th place|
|2017-2018||Top league||Period 1||16 bit||13||4||0||9||213||365||-152||17||League match: Red Conference 8th|
Overall ranking tournament: 16th
Automatically demoted to Top Challenge League
|2018-2019||Top challenge league||Period 2||3 bit||7||7||0||0||301||86||215||34||League match: 1st stage, 1st place|
|3||1||0||2||82||50||32||8||League match: 2nd stage, 3rd place|
|2019-2020||Top challenge league||Period 2||Win||7||7||0||0||395||107||288||34||League match: 1th place|
Relegation: Tournament canceled
|Top League Cup:Pool defeat|
|2020-2021||Top challenge league||Period 2||2 bit||3||3||0||0||158||59||99||15||League match A group: 1st place||Top League Playoffs: Eliminated the second round|
- (FW, former director)
- (FW / TB)
- (TB, former director)
- Yoshinobu Nakajima(HO, former Japan national team, former coach)
- (SH, former Japan national team, former coach)
- (PR, former representative from Japan)
- (SO, former representative from Japan)
- Hiroshi Fukuda(SH, former director)
- (WTB, former representative from Japan)
- (HO, former representative from Japan)
- (FB / WTB, former representative from Japan)
- (PR, former representative from Japan)
- Yoshinori Okubo(SH, former Japan national team, former coach)
- Takashi Jinno(PR, former representative from Japan)
- Koji Ishizuka(NO.8, former representative from Japan)
- Yoshihiro Sakata(WTB, former representative from Japan)
- Katsumi Kamata(LO, former representative from Japan)
- Hiroshi Ogasawara(LO, former representative from Japan)
- (CTB / SO, former representative from Japan)
- Ryozo Imazato(SH, former Japan national team, former coach)
- Susumu(FR / LO / NO.8, former representative from Japan)[Note 6]
- (PR / HO, former representative from Japan)
- (CTB ,, former representative from Japan)
- (LO / NO.8)
- (PR / LO / NO.8, former representative from Japan)
- (CTB, former representative from Japan)
- (LO, former director)
- (PR, former representative from Japan)
- (WTB / NO.8, former representative from Japan)
- (FL, former director)
- (CTB, former director)
- (HO, former head coach)
- Hamabe Kazu(PR, former representative from Japan)
- (LO, former representative from Japan)
- (SH, former director)
- (FL, former director)
- Yutaka Tsujimoto(HO, former representative from Japan)
- Atsushi Oyabu (CTB)
- Taichi Yoshimura(SO / FB)
- Daiki Ishida(PR)
- Shunji Hashimoto (SH)
- Ryuta Kakizaki(WTB)
- Tukurua Rokotsui(LO)
- Taiki Nakai(FL)
- Luatangi Vatu Bay(LO, former representative from Japan)
- Yohei Shinomiya(WTB, former representative from Japan)
- Peter sloane(Former head coach, former NZ representative)
- Leon MacDonald(SO / CTB / FB, former NZ representative)
- Shotaro Onishi(CTB, former representative from Japan)
- Kazuki Sakamoto(FB, former representative from Japan)
- Kwihong Chong(PR)
- Yusuke Dantsuji(WTB)
- Damian de Allende(CTB, South Africa representative)
- Pierre Spies(WTB / FL / No8, South Africa representative)
- (WTB / FB, former NZ representative)
- Li Yang(WTB / FB,)
- Mikio Sato(FL)
- Yasumasa Shigemitsu(SO)
- Kim Chul Won(SH, former representative from Japan)
- Iop Iopu Aso(FL)
- Thompson rook(LO)
- Keita Terada(LO)
- Naoyuki Tsuji(FL / No8)
- Taishi Hori(FL / No8)
- Takeru Fukui(SH)
- Kohei Yoshii(SO)
- Kentaro Inami(CTB)
- Kazuma Miyata(WTB)
- Tomoki Yamaguchi(PR)
- Yusuke Nagae(PR)
- Takuma Takashima(HO)
- Nakamura Akira(HO)
- Kohei Yamaguchi(LO)
- Michael stolberg(LO)
- Toshiya Hagiwara(FL)
- Aiyoshi Sumiyoshi(SH)
- Tomoaki Ishii(PR)
- Shinri Tabuchi(FL)
- Kenji Shomen(FB)
- Shuji Saida(PR)
- Daiju Toyota(PR)
- Ryusuke Maeda(PR)
- Leilua Murphy(PR)
- Shira Puafishi(PR)
- Toshimitsu Onoe(LO)
- Sam thomson(LO)
- Keisuke Yatsugi(WTB / CTB)
- Lote Tuqiri(WTB / CTB)
- ^ Besides, Kyoto City HallOsaka Prefectural Police・ Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Osaka Railway Bureau.
- ^ From 1960 to 1962, the NHK Trophy competition rugby tournament (NHK Cup) was held, which was the predecessor of the Japan Rugby Football Union (Japan Championship).
- ^ Kyushu Electric Power and both teams won
- ^ Kyoto City Hall and both teams won
- ^ Toyota Motor Co., Ltd. and both teams win
- ^ Later professional wrestler Ashura Hara
- ^ "(PDF)”. Kintetsu Group Holdings (May 2021, 10). 2021/10/18Browse.
- ^ "Hino has decided to remain! 2T / TL against prestigious Kintetsu opponents". Sankei sports (Sankei Shimbun). (May 2018, 12) 2018/12/28Browse.
- ^ "The new rugby league name is "League ONE", which opens on January 22, 1. Part 7 is Kobe Steel, Panasonic and other 1 teams.”. Yahoo Sports (January 2021, 7). 2021/7/16Browse.
- ^ "Kintetsu renamed to "Hanazono Kintetsu Liners"". Sanspo (September 2021, 7). 2021/7/16Browse.
- ^ "Japan Rugby Top League 2020 Tournament Cancellation Notice”. Japan Rugby Football Union. 2020/3/23Browse.
- ^ Members --From the official website
- Kinki Nippon Railway
- Higashi Osaka City
- Japan Rugby Top League
- Higashiosaka Hanazono Rugby Field(Former Kintetsu Hanazono Rugby Stadium)
- Osaka Kintetsu Buffaloes(Once existedProfessional baseballTeam)
- Mayumi Taniguchi ――My father, Ryuhei, was a player and coach during the Kintetsu rugby club, and my mother was also a dormitory mother in a single dormitory in Hanazono Rugby Stadium, so I lived with my family and players in the dormitory for 1981 years from 10.