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- Number of teams (est) : 250
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- Results : View result history
In this section we will keep you informed off all stories from Asia. The game in this region is governed by the Asian Rugby Football Union (ARFU) under the authority of the International Rugby Board. There are a number of annual tournaments for the region including the Asian Women’s XV at Division 1 and 2 Level and similar tournaments for Sevens. Key nations competing at women’s level include China, Hong Kong, Singapore, Japan and Kazakhstan (who have both competed at the Women’s Rugby World Cup) while emerging nations include Lao, Phillippines and China.
- Sunday May 28th 2023read more
After the Asian and African Championship reached their conclusion today, four more teams booked...
- Tuesday May 23rd 2023read more
Kazakhstan booked their place in the Asia Rugby Women’s Championship 2023 final, and as a result...
- Saturday May 06th 2023read more
The Netherlands have beaten Hong Kong, making them the highest ranked team outside WXV. If they...
- Monday May 01st 2023read more
Sweden – playing non-European opposition for the first time since the 2010 World Cup – came back...
- Sunday April 09th 2023read more
The Southeast Asia 7s returned after a six-year gap – but the outcome was the same, with...
- Sunday February 19th 2023read more
Tunisia – as expected – were too strong for their opponents in the third Arab Sevens.
- Sunday December 18th 2022read more
Hong Kong came from behind to win the second test in their two game series against Kazahstan,...
- Sunday December 11th 2022read more
Hong Kong ran in five tries, two of them for Jess Eden, to record a 31-17 triumph against...