Tagged: world rugby

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Knight came and conquered Kuching

31 July 2018 – SMK Tun Ismail (STI Knight), from Batu Pahat, conquered Kuching as they won the Under 14 of the KRFC – School 7s category. The Knight overcame Sarawak number 1...

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Player welfare – What we normally ignore

The original post by Faridahidayu Amrizal (Former Development Officer of Malaysia Rugby Union) Peace Be Upon You . 2cent During the Match Commissioner World Rugby course, there are two important things that I...

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Dingoes dazzle to the title.

16 July 2018 – FRC Dingoes became the first ever winner in the very first edition of KRS 7s Ladies. The 2018 edition tournament took place at the Astake Field MBPJ, Petaling Jaya....

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Bound for Paris.

3 July 2018 – Malaysia Under 18 team depart to Paris, France earlier this morning. The 7s team will take part in the Paris World Games 2018. They will take part in the...

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Succesful Super Week Course create history

2 July 2018 – The first ever Super Week Courses received a great participation from the Malaysia Rugby enthusiastic. 69 participants made it to the courses which started on 29 June until the...

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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...

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Last chance for Gold Coast ticket

17 March 2018 – Malaysia 7s players are playing their last tournament before the upcoming 2018 Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast, Australia. Malaysia had a good 2 days in Sandakan so far as...

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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...

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Going up!

21 February 2018 – Malaysia climbed up one spot to 46th in the current World Rugby Ranking. This is according to the World Rugby ranking which is being updated weekly. For the record,...

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Hibiscus 7s need more time

10 February 2018 – Malaysia 7s team unable to record a single win in their first tournament in 2018. Hibiscus 7s took part in the one day Mick “Whale” Curry Memorial Rugby Sevens...