First ever Premier point

15 June 2019 – Malaysia recorded first ever point in the Asia Rugby Championship Premier today. The match week 4 of the ARC saw Bunga Raya came short in the hard fought match against host as Hong Kong recorded their second win of the campaign with 30 – 24 scoreline. Malaysia was first to break…

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Strong squad for South Korea

17 May 2019 – It will be a very strong 23 players lineup for Malaysia as they prepare to face South Korea in the opening match. The Hibiscus arrived in Incheon yesterday afternoon, as the team is on high following two impressive win from the test match. Brad Mika is expected to field in a…

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Malaysia chances to improve World Ranking

3 May 2019 – It has been confirmed that Malaysia second test match against Sri Lanka will involve the World Rugby ranking points. Malaysia currently sits at the 48th rank, the 5th in Asia while Sri Lanka is 5 spots above Malaysia. The Tuskers is currently rank 43, the 4th rank team in Asia. Both…

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View from Queenstown

24 April 2019 – Malaysia might have won their first test match against the Singapore Select team in Queenstown last Saturday and there are few notable things that can be improved and strengthen base on that match. Forward need major weight Malaysia need to have major improvement in forward pack. They lost all the scrum…

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Book ARC Premier ticket now!

23 April 2019 – Malaysia will compete in the 2nd consecutive year in the Asia Rugby Championship Premier (ARC Premier). It is the top tier competition for Asia nations which will see Malaysia will take on South Korea and Hong Kong in the league, home and away match format. Malaysia will first travel to South…

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Positive start for Hibiscus

21 April 2019 – The national 15s side started their test match on a positive note with a good win over Singapore Select. It was a much-needed result for the team as there was a major transition in the team management as well as in the player called to represent Malaysia. Malaysia scored 5 tries…

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Premier campaign during Ramadhan

7 January 2019 – Malaysia will face another challenge in the 2019 Asia Rugby Championship Premier campaign. They will play 2 matches in the holy month of Ramadhan. More than 50% of Malaysian player is a Muslim and that can be a challenge as they will need to be fasting while playing the games. Malaysia…

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Hibiscus maintain ARC status

30 June 2018 – Malaysia will have another chance to compete in Asia highest level in 2019 despiting finishing last in 2018 edition. This came after Asia no 1, Japan, decide not to compete in ARC as they want to focus on the upcoming 2019 Rugby World Cup. Asia Rugby has yet to release the…

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