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Ramiro Pez

Ramiro Pez is an Argentine-Italian rugby union footballer who normally plays at . In 2008-09, he joined the newly promoted French Top 14 club Toulon, having been signed from Venezia Mestre in the Italian Super 10 competition.

Pez played with the National team both with Brad Johnstone and John Kirwan, but he didn't take part to the 2003 World Cup. Back with the Italian team for the 2005 tour in Australia and Argentina, Ramiro Pez gave his fundamental contribution for the first Italian win against Argentina (30-29).

Pez played for La Tablada in his hometown of Cordoba. The club won the title in November 2000, scoring all his teams' points in a 23-22 victory over Duendes Rosario. He went onto join Italian club Rugby Roma. He scored 122 points and 6 tries in 19 Serie A appearances. This included an Italian Championship final win over LAquila in Rome in June 2000. He scored 20 points in the final. He then joined Rotherham for the 2001-02 season and was their top points scorer with 202 points, as they won the National Division One title.

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