Young Tsunami dare to compete

10 January 2019 – With the average age of only 20 years old, SSTMI Tsunami is confident that they have the ability to compete at the highest level. Tsunami is one of the 8 teams to compete in the upcoming Malaysia Rugby League 2019 which is due to start this coming February. Their best performance…

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Double champion for Tsunami

10 July 2018 – SSTMI Tsunami proved that they are still the team to beat after two teams from the school claimed the title at the UTP Super Rugby 10s. SSTMI Tsunami Under 16 team won the Under 17 category while their elder brothers who played for Front Row Jr claimed the Under 19. Sek…

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Mersing marching on

26 February 2018 – Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan Seri Mersing became the 5th school to lift the N J Ryan Cup. The school from Johor stop the hot favorite, Tunku Mahkota Ismail Sports School (SSTMI) from having the hat-trick of the championship in a very tight final match. After an impressive first day, SMK Seri Mersing…

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Red hot host!

24 February 2018 – The tournament host, Malay College Kuala Kangsar is on the right track to reclaim the N J Ryan Cup. They recorded 100% win in the group stage as they strolled in all 3 matches. MCKK impressive run put them 2nd in the ranking after all 36 group stage matches. The open…

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SSTMI received first ever MRU president visit

30 January 2018 – It will be the day to remember for Tunku Mahkota Ismail Sports School especially for their rugby players as they were visited by Dato’ Shahrul Zaman Yahya, The President of Malaysia Rugby Union. Dato’ Shahrul becomes the first-ever MRU president to visit the school. Accompanied by the delegate from Perak SUK…

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From Our Lens : SSTMI – Champion in need of support

9 November 2017 – When we talk about Sekolah Sukan Tunku Mahkota Ismail, each rugby fans across Malaysia knows how important that school is in producing great players that went on to play for Malaysia. 9 out of 12 national players who bag Gold during the 2017 Kuala Lumpur SEA Games are the product of…

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6th best for Malaysia Under 20 Boys

6 July 2017 – Malaysia 7s Under 20 team finished 6th out of 10 competing countries at the Asia Rugby 7s Under 20 at the Kings Park Stadium, Hong Kong. Malaysia lost to the neighbor, Singapore in the Plate Final match 5 – 19. Malaysia had mix first day. They started strong as they overcame…

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Keris Conlay confirm participation in Elite 7’s

11 June 2017 – The 2017 AirAsia Malaysia Rugby League Premier champion team, Keris Conlay have confirm their participation in the upcoming Elite 7’s 2017. The champion participation will certainly lift up the tournament standard as they join the like of ASAS RC, NS Wanderers and Bunga Raya Jr in Men category. This will leave…

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Rimau clinched Langkawi tittle

30 April 2017 – It was a final match between 2 national team in Langkawi International Rugby 7’s. Rimau 7’s, the name the national 7’s team used for the tournament beat SAHOCA Red which was consist of numbers of Malaysia 15’s player who just came back from Perth. Rimau edged SAHOCA 26 – 21. Both…

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Rimau roar in Langkawi 7’s

29 April 2017 – Malaysia national 7’s team which is known as Rimau 7’s at the Langkawi International Rugby 7’s had the perfect start in the first day. The team who is preparing for the upcoming SEA Games in Kuala Lumpur, won all the three group matches. They finished top with maximum points as well…

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