- ARFU U20s Sevens Series leaders Hong Kong remain unbeaten after Day I
- BANGLADESH & SAUDI ARABIA JOIN THE ASIAN RUGBY FAMILY
- South Africa turn on the heat in Cup final
- Australia on top after day one in Dubai
- Women’s sevens set for Olympic qualification kick-off in Dubai
ARFU Under 20s Sevens Series leaders Hong Kong kept an unbeaten slate in tough conditions on day one of the series finale at a wet and dreary King’s Park in Kowloon this afternoon.
Forty six years after its initial 8 Founder Members formed ARFU in 1968, the Regional Association welcomed its 30th and 31st members
South Africa have won the Emirates Airline Dubai Sevens Cup final for the first time since 2008, defeating Australia 33-7 in a clinical display of Sevens rugby, with Kwagga Smith putting in a commanding performance in attack and defence.
The quarter-finals for round one of the Women’s Sevens Series have been decided after a thrilling day one in the Dubai heat.
The top four teams at the end of the Women's Sevens Series will qualify for the Olympic Games in Rio in 2016 - and the first step begins in Dubai on Thursday.
Fixtures & Results
|Results||Date||Short Name||Team A||Score||Team B||Venue|
|15-Nov-2014||TOUR||27 - 39
||Hong Kong Football CLub - Hong Kong|
|08-Nov-2014||TOUR||10 - 31
||Kings Park - Kawloon|
|28-Oct-2014||ARFU ARC||29 - 12
|24-Oct-2014||ARFU ARC||33 - 16