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The Greater Bay Area’s newest professional rugby club, the FWD South China Tigers, have announced the team for the club’s first ever Global Rapid Rugby home game against Singapore’s Asia Pacific Dragons on Easter Sunday at Aberdeen Sports Ground (3...

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Photo credit : Rumple & Friends The FWD South China Tigers, the Greater Bay Area’s first ever professional rugby franchise, will kick off their first ever Global Rapid Rugby home game on Easter Sunday, 21 April, at Aberdeen Sports Ground (15.10) ag...

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An improved outing on day two of the Singapore Sevens saw Hong Kong competitive with the Challenge Trophy teams, including sides like Wales and Spain, who are in danger of relegation at the end of the current Series, with Ireland, who beat Hong Kong ...

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Hong Kong lost all of its pool matches on day one of the HSBC Singapore Sevens today. Hong Kong is the invited 16th team - hitting out with the 15 core teams on the international series for the first time this season - in Singapore. Hong Kong droppe...

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Harry Sayers (pictured with ball playing for Valley RFC) is set to make his HK Sevens debut in SingaporeThe Hong Kong Rugby Union have confirmed the final 12-man squad for this weekend’s HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series event in Singapore.  The Si...

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To celebrate the 30 year anniversary of the Hong Kong Dragons, we’re taking a look back on the journey of the Dragons throughout the years, and joining them in a big year to celebrate this impressive achievement. ...

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The Hong Kong Rugby Union (HKRU) today announced the squads to compete in the Men’s and Women’s HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series qualifiers, played as part of the Cathay Pacific/HSBC Hong Kong Sevens.  The men’s qualifier will be played from Frida...

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The Hong Kong Rugby Union (HKRU) has announced details of its sixth annual Green Sevens campaign, part of the Union’s ongoing mission to reduce the environmental impact of the Cathay Pacific/HSBC Hong Kong Sevens. The most visible element of the 20...

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Hong Kong’s men’s squad finished as runners-up at the Borneo Sevens after losing a thriller, 19-14, to the host Borneo Eagles in the final. The Women lost the third-place play-off against Japan Pearls, 39-0, to finish fourth. Both sides breezed thro...

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The Hong Kong Rugby Union men’s and women’s sevens squad have shown well on their first international sevens appearance since January at the Borneo Sevens. Defending cup champions in Sabah, the women’s squad - in their first full campaign under new ...

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