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- Number of teams (est) : 250
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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.
- Monday September 26th 2022read more
Canada and New Zealand have won the final warm-up games before the World Cup on Saturday.
- Saturday August 27th 2022read more
August ended with four test matches in one day as World Cup preparations continued. What...
- Saturday August 20th 2022read more
Ireland came back from 15-0 behind start to sweep to a 57-22 win against Japan
- Monday August 15th 2022read more
Japan will return to the World Series next season after an exciting and unpredictable World...
- Sunday August 07th 2022read more
Singapore have won the Asian Trophy in Jakarta, while Mongolia made their international sevens...
- Sunday July 31st 2022read more
It was a historic night at Kumagaya Rugby Stadium on Saturday when the Springbok beat Japan 20-...
- Sunday July 24th 2022read more
South Africa have lost the first test in their short tour to South Africa, but coach...
- Monday May 30th 2022read more
We spoke to Carol Isherwood, who is working with World Rugby to drive up the opportunities for...