Hong Kong women's national rugby union team

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Hong Kong
Union Hong Kong Rugby Football Union
Team kit
First international
 Hong Kong 14-42 Japan 
(Kumagaya, Japan 8 April 1998)
Largest win
 Hong Kong 81-0 Malaysia 
(Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 18 December 2010)
Largest defeat
 Japan 78-0 Hong Kong 
(Bangkok, Thailand 3 June 2005)

The Hong Kong women's national rugby union team are a national sporting side of Hong Kong, representing them at rugby union. The side first played in 1998.

History[edit]

Current Squad[edit]

Squad at the HSBC Asian 5 Nations Top 5 Curtain Raiser match. 19 May 2012 at Chichibunomiya Rugby Stadium, Japan[1]

  • LAU Cho Yin, Janet
  • LEE Ka Shun
  • Liz Iafeta
  • Royce Chan
  • Ramona Pascual
  • Samantha Scott
  • Amanda Manchester
  • Karen Liu
  • Martini Ip
  • Christy Cheng (c)
  • Ameile Seure
  • Christine Gordon
  • Hoty Chan
  • Colleen Tjosvold
  • Rose Fong (vc)

Substitutes

  • Candy Cheng
  • Natasha Olsen-Thorne
  • Tanya Young
  • Lindsay Varty
  • Nam Ka Man
  • Leung Hui Yee
  • Siu Man Nga

Results summary[edit]

(Full internationals only)

Rugby: Hong Kong internationals 1998-
Opponent First game Played Won Drawn Lost Percentage
 China 2006 2 1 0 1 50.00%
 Japan 1998 10 1 0 9 10.00%
 Kazakhstan 2009 2 0 0 2 0.00%
 Kyrgyzstan 2008 1 1 0 0 100.00%
 Malaysia 2010 1 1 0 0 100.00%
 Singapore 2006 11 9 1 1 86.36%
 Thailand 2005 1 0 0 1 0.00%
 Uzbekistan 2008 1 0 0 1 0.00%
Summary 1998 29 13 1 15 46.55%

Results[edit]

See Women's international rugby for information about the status of international games and match numbering

Full internationals[edit]

[188]
1998-04-08 Japan  42-14  Hong Kong Kumagaya Rugby Stadium [8/1/1]
[189]
1998-04-12 Japan  39-0  Hong Kong Kumagaya Rugby Stadium [9/2/2]
[296]
2000-12-15 (WCQ) Hong Kong  0-62  Japan Aberdeen Park, Hong Kong [3/11/3]
[504]
2005-06-03 (WCQ) Hong Kong  0-78  Japan Bangkok [4/18/4]
[506]
2005-06-05 (WCQ) Thailand  20-18  Hong Kong Bangkok [2/5/2]
[593]
2006-11-17 (AC) Hong Kong  12-0  Singapore Kunming [6/1/1]
[596]
2006-11-19 (AC) China  31-7  Hong Kong Kunming [2/7/1]
[705]
2008-06-03 (AC) Hong Kong  6-8  Uzbekistan Taldykorgan, Kazahkstan [8/1/1]
[708]
2008-06-07 (AC) Hong Kong  49-0  Kyrgyzstan Taldykorgan, Kazahkstan [9/2/1]
[720]
2008-12-04 Singapore  10-10  Hong Kong St Andrew's School, Singapore [8/10/2]
[721]
2008-12-05 Singapore  0-5  Hong Kong Yio Chu Kang Stadium, Singapore [9/11/3]
[771]
2009-10-10 Hong Kong  22-17  Singapore Hong Kong [12/11/4]
[774]
2009-11-04 (WCQ) Hong Kong  14-58  Kazakhstan Republic Polytechnic, Singapore [13/42/1]
[775]
2009-11-06 (WCQ) Singapore  3-16  Hong Kong Padang, Singapore [11/14/5]
[825]
2010-05-22 Japan  17-0  Hong Kong Prince Chichibu Memorial Stadium, Tokyo [27/15/5]
[865]
2010-12-18 Malaysia  0-81  Hong Kong Royal Selangor Club, Kuala Lumpur [2/16/1]
[882]
2011-04-29 Hong Kong  0-15  Japan Hong Kong [17/28/6]
[890]
2011-05-21 Hong Kong  53-8  Singapore Hong Kong [18/14/6]
[945]
2012-05-19 Japan  61-15  Hong Kong Chichibunomiya Rugby Stadium, Tokyo [29/19/7]
[952]
2012-07-05 (AC) Japan  41-17  Hong Kong Kunshan, China [30/20/8]
[954]
2012-07-07 (AC) China  3-27  Hong Kong Kunshan, China [9/21/2]
[966]
2012-12-12 Singapore  21-45  Hong Kong Yio Chu Kang Stadium [17/22/7]
[967]
2012-12-15 Singapore  17-44  Hong Kong Yio Chu Kang Stadium [18/23/8]
[990]
2012-04-27 Hong Kong  29-0  Singapore Hong Kong [24/18/9]
[1011]
2013-09-04 (AC) Japan  82-0  Hong Kong Almaty Central Stadium, Almaty, Kazakhstan [32/25/9]
[1013]
2013-09-07 (AC) Singapore  17-15  Hong Kong Almaty Central Stadium, Almaty, Kazakhstan [21/26/10]
[1041]
2014-05-18 Hong Kong  10-13  Kazakhstan Aberdeen Stadium, Aberdeen, Hong Kong [27/54/2]
[1043]
2014-05-21 (AC) Hong Kong  15-14  Japan Aberdeen Stadium, Aberdeen, Hong Kong [28/35/10]
[1044]
2014-05-24 (AC) Hong Kong  53-5  Singapore Aberdeen Stadium, Aberdeen, Hong Kong [29/24/10]

Other matches[edit]

[-]
2007-12-01 Korea University  5-20  Hong Kong Seoul [-/-/-]
[-]
2007-12-02 Korea University Development  0-61  Hong Kong Seoul [-/-/-]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Japan hosts Hong Kong in women's curtain raiser ahead of Top 5 treat". Retrieved June 17, 2012. 

External links[edit]