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Rodrigo Roncero

Dr. Rodrigo Roncero, also known as "RoRo" , is an Argentinian rugby union footballer. He currently plays for Stade Francais in the national domestic competition of France, the Top 14. He has also played for Gloucester Rugby in the Guinness Premiership from 2002 to 2004. Roncero plays for Argentina, usually as a prop.

Roncero made his first appearance for Argentina on September 15, 1998 in a match against Japan. He made three appearances in 2002 as well. Roncero was included in a mid-week Pumas side to play South Africa 'A', that Marcelo Loffreda was using to determine part of his squad for the 2003 Rugby World Cup. He was included in the Pumas' 2003 World Cup squad, playing in matches against Namibia and Romania.

He was capped five times for Argentina in 2004, including a match against the All Blacks. Roncero played another five times for Argentina in 2005. He also played in Aregntina's 2006 mid-year series against Wales and the All Blacks.

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