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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“Thailand too far”, Nik

30 April 2019 – Malaysia 7s Women team won 4 out of 6 matches during the Bangkok 7s Invitational. Malaysia lost both matches to the 2017 Gold Medal, Thailand over the two days. 4 teams took part in the test match. Other than Malaysia and Thailand, the other South East Asia team is Laos with…

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Saizul satisfied with Bangkok outing

30 April 2019 – Malaysia head coach, Saizul Hafifi is satisfied with the Malaysia 7s performance during their outing at the Bangkok 7s Invitational. Malaysia had 8 test matches against other South East Asia nations over the two days. It did not start very well on Saturday as Malaysia lost 10 – 19 to the…

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Good rehearse for Namibia

24 June 2018 – Malaysia University Rugby 7s team had a good rehearsal in the 4 teams friendly match yesterday. The game took place at the Tunku Mahkota Ismail Sports School. The team who only have less than one month to prepare for the FISU 2018 World University Rugby Sevens Championship did well as they…

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No rugby in 2019 SEA Games

20 May 2018 – Malaysia dream to defend the gold medal in the upcoming SEA Games shattered by the latest info from the Philippines. In the press release from the Olympic Council of Malaysia (OCM) on the 17th May, rugby is not one of the 30 sports approved for the games. Malaysia won the gold…

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Superior South Korea too much to handle.

20 May 2018 – Malaysia unable to secure the first win in the championship as South Korea proved to be too superior for the national side on their home soil. Dominant South Korea set the early tone with an impressive forward display which troubles Malaysia throughout the first half. South Korea scored 5 tries and…

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Only 22 players?

18 May 2018 – Only 22 players will be registered for Malaysia in the 3rd match against South Korea. Malaysia suffered the latest casualty as another player unable to play due to injury. Mohammad Syarif Saiful Azwan Sudin better known as Unta among rugby community, provide another setback to the team. He was supposed to…

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3 new players on the plane

18 May 2018 – Malaysia 15s team is in Incheon for the 3rd match of the Asia Rugby Championship. They will face South Korea in the 4th match of the tournament on the 19th May 2018. Malaysia will be hoping to secure the first win of the tournament as the quest to reignite their challenge…

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