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Re: Asian 5 Nations & Asian rugby discussion

Postby victorsra » Thu, 23 Jan 2020, 19:43

Hinato wrote:Les effectifs des 3 clubs corpos sud-coréens sont disponibles sur le site. A savoir:

Hyundai Glovis: https://www.asierugby.com/hyundai-glovis

KEPCO: https://www.asierugby.com/kepco

POSCO: https://www.asierugby.com/posco


Will you post results and standings of the Korean Championship? Would be great.
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Re: Asian 5 Nations & Asian rugby discussion

Postby Hinato » Thu, 23 Jan 2020, 20:32

Je le ferai (ce sera vers avril-mai) mais le championnat ne dure que 3 semaines!

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Re: Asian 5 Nations & Asian rugby discussion

Postby Canalina » Thu, 23 Jan 2020, 21:17

victorsra wrote:Yes, Philippines, Sri Lanka, UAE and Singapore. I suppose it is only incomplete the page.

By the way, why Philippines didn't replace Malaysia in the Championship?
They won Division 1 last year. I must have missed something: or a play-off between Malaysia and Philippines won by the malaysians, or a no-relegation rule in the Championship

Hinato wrote:Je le ferai (ce sera vers avril-mai) mais le championnat ne dure que 3 semaines!

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And what they do during the rest of the year?

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Re: Asian 5 Nations & Asian rugby discussion

Postby Canalina » Thu, 23 Jan 2020, 21:39

Number of playing nations in ARC, from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Asia_Rugby_Championship

1969 5
1970 7
1971
1972 7
1973
1974 8
1975
1976 8
1977
1978 7
1979
1980 8
1981
1982 8
1983
1984 8
1985
1986 8
1987
1988 8
1989
1990 8
1991
1992 8
1993
1994 8
1995
1996 7
1997
1998 10
1999
2000 8
2001
2002 11
2003
2004 12
2005
2006 3
2007 9
2008 22
2009 23
2010 21
2011 23
2012 24
2013 23
2014 24
2015 19
2016 19
2017 14
2018 19
2019 19
2020 ?

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Re: Asian 5 Nations & Asian rugby discussion

Postby Hinato » Thu, 23 Jan 2020, 22:07

Canalina wrote:
victorsra wrote:Yes, Philippines, Sri Lanka, UAE and Singapore. I suppose it is only incomplete the page.

By the way, why Philippines didn't replace Malaysia in the Championship?
They won Division 1 last year. I must have missed something: or a play-off between Malaysia and Philippines won by the malaysians, or a no-relegation rule in the Championship

Hinato wrote:Je le ferai (ce sera vers avril-mai) mais le championnat ne dure que 3 semaines!

:!:
And what they do during the rest of the year?


Des tournois secondaires: printemps, été, ceux à 7, etc...

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Re: Asian 5 Nations & Asian rugby discussion

Postby victorsra » Fri, 24 Jan 2020, 01:33

Oh ok, so there are multiple short 15-a-side competitions in Korea? How many matches in average a team like Hyundai play in one year?
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Re: Asian 5 Nations & Asian rugby discussion

Postby Hinato » Fri, 24 Jan 2020, 07:34

victorsra wrote:Oh ok, so there are multiple short 15-a-side competitions in Korea? How many matches in average a team like Hyundai play in one year?
La majorité de l'année (9/10 mois mais avec des coupures), en gros en dehors des matchs internationaux de la Corée du sud

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Re: Asian 5 Nations & Asian rugby discussion

Postby Thomas » Sun, 26 Jan 2020, 21:00

News released from Malaysia Rugby:

Details of FB Page

https://www.facebook.com/MalaysiaRugbyUnion

Today is the day. A glorious day.

Malaysia Rugby officially unveils the new National Rugby Stadium design, which will be built in Precinct 14, Putrajaya on a 6.47 hectare piece of land. The stadium will feature
2 fields for tournament and training with first-class facilities. Huge thanks to the Minister of Youth and Sports, KBS, National Sports Council and Putrajaya Holdings who have spared no effort in making this dream a reality.
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This is our future. This is our new home. A home that unites the whole country for the love rugby. Lets hope and pray everything will run smoothly without any major problems.
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Are you excited?


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Re: Asian 5 Nations & Asian rugby discussion

Postby victorsra » Sun, 26 Jan 2020, 22:14

That's great!
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Re: Asian 5 Nations & Asian rugby discussion

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Re: Asian 5 Nations & Asian rugby discussion

Postby Edgar » Thu, 13 Feb 2020, 17:30

Nice story about a Syrian refugee making it in the Welsh age-grades:

A 14-year-old Syrian refugee who had never heard of rugby is now the star player on his team in a small Welsh mining town.

Ayman Faki and his family escaped war-torn Syria seven years ago.

14-year-old Ayman Faki is a rising rugby star for his school and club.
A family of five, they lived in a tent in refugee camp in Turkey before finding a home in Ystradgynlais in South Wales through the Syrian Refugee Resettlement program.

Before his first sports lesson at his new school, the teenager had never heard of rugby before - now Ayman plays winger for both his club and school teams.

When presented with a rugby ball for the first time Ayman asked his teacher, "what's that?"

A pupil at Ysgol Maesydderwen, Ayman started out with his school team before joining Ystradgynlais RFC last summer.

Since then his rugby playing skills have gone from strength to strength.

The 14-year-old said: "Literally when I came here, Mr Thomas gave me a rugby ball and I was like 'what's that?'"

Before arriving in Wales, Ayman and his brother had only ever played football.

His teacher, Huw Thomas, said both the boys were "mad football fans" but soon embraced the country's national sport.

Rugby coach and pupil support officer Mr Thomas says young Ayman has "the heart of a lion" and got "stuck in" to the sport straight away.

"It's a game for all shapes and sizes, but it's a game for all backgrounds as well," Mr Thomas said.

"There's a brotherhood and there's a belonging which I think is important for anybody."


https://www.itv.com/news/2020-02-12/the ... Lb29Ck5wHE

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