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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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KK Rugby League is in the 5th edition

7 February 2019 – Kasi Group Kota Kinabalu Rugby League 2019 will see the league return for the 5th edition. The league which started 4 years ago will fill in the rugby calendar as well as enliven the rugby activity in Sabah. This year edition received full support from the KASI Group who have been…

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MRL return this February

8 January 2019 – 16 teams had confirmed their participation in the 2019 Malaysia Rugby League. Those teams will be playing in 2 different division, the Premier and Division 1. 2017 champion, Keris Conlay will be there to defend the title. They are in the Group A of Premier Division with the beaten 2017 finalist,…

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3 to miss match week 2

12 October 2018 – Two Premier Division teams, Kedah and Johor will miss their key player in the upcoming match week two. Both teams met each other at the Mini Stadium Kota Tinggi, Johor which saw Kedah shocked 2017 champion on an opening day. Johor will be without their Fijian star, Sanivalati Ramuwai who played…

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Agong Cup to kick off in October

25 July 2018 – Malaysia Rugby Union has released the schedule for the 2018 Agong Cup. It will be a brand new format for this year as teams are being divided into 3 division. All the semi-finalist in 2017 will be in the Premier Division. 2017 Champion, Johor will take on Terengganu, Kedah and Perak…

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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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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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STAROBA shocked Tigers

On paper, it should be an easy game for KL Tigers – one of the strongest team around, the sparring partners of our national XV team. Rumour has it, they have yet to lose to a local team in the past 3 years. Comparing head to head between the two, their pack is bigger, stronger…

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