China women's national rugby sevens team

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Union Chinese Rugby Football Association
Coach(es) Hong Jun Zheng
Hui Xu (Assistant Coach)

The Chinese women's national sevens rugby union team represents China at an international level in Rugby sevens. They are currently the Asian women's sevens champions.[1]

2016 Squad[edit]

The Final 2016 Women's Olympic Qualification Tournament, which took place on 25–26 June 2016 in Ireland, was an event which would determine the 12th and last team to play at Rio 2016. China’s team was coached by Lu XIAOHUI.[2]

2014 Squad[edit]

Squad to 2014 China Women's Sevens.[3]

  • Yao Jiyan
  • Sun Tingting
  • Zhao Wenqing
  • Yu Xiaoming
  • Chen Ming
  • Zhou Jiaxin
  • Liu Yang
  • Chen Keyi
  • Guan Qishi
  • Sun Shichao
  • Zhao Xinqi
  • Yang Min

2010 Asian Games[edit]

Pool A[edit]

Team Pld W D L PF PA PD Pts
 China 3 3 0 0 116 0 +116 9
 Thailand 3 2 0 1 65 50 +15 7
 Hong Kong 3 1 0 2 50 46 −4 5
 South Korea 3 0 0 3 0 135 −135 3
November 21
14:30
China  51 – 0  South Korea
Try: Bai Y. (2) 1' m, 10' c
Liu T.T. (2) 4' m, 11' m
Liu Y. (2) 5' m, 8' m
Zhao X.Q. 7' c
Guan Q.S. (2) 12' m, 14' c
Con: Liu T.T. (2/4)
Zhao X.Q. (1/1)

November 21
14:53
Thailand  17 – 14  Hong Kong
Try: Liamrat 3' c
Yusri 7' m
Maineiwklang 11' m
Con: Sawatnam (1/1)
Try: Poon P.Y. 5' c
Lai P.F. 9' c
Con: Lai P.F. (2/2)
University City Stadium, Guangzhou
Referee: Abdul Rashid Aziz (Singapore)

November 22
11:46
China  29 – 0  Hong Kong
Try: Fan W.J. (2) 1' m, 11' c
Bai Y. 4' c
Liu Y. 6' m
Guan Q.S. 9' m
Con: Liu Y. (1/3)
Fan W.J. (1/1)
University City Stadium, Guangzhou
Referee: Abdul Rashid Aziz (Singapore)

November 22
12:09
Thailand  48 – 0  South Korea
Try: Sawatnam (2) 1' c, 9' c
Maineiwklang 2' c
Yusri 4' m
Liamrat (2) 7' m, 14'm
Worakitsirikun 11' c
Chomphumee 13' m
Con: Bunrak (3/7)
Sawatnam (1/1)
University City Stadium, Guangzhou
Referee: Anastassiya Khamova (Kazakhstan)

November 22
15:00
Hong Kong  36 – 0  South Korea
Try: Varty (2) 1' c, 10' m
Chan L.S. 5' m
Poon P.Y. (2) 7' m, 8' c
Cheng T.T. 14' c
Con: Lai P.F. (3/5)

November 22
15:23
China  36 – 0  Thailand
Try: Liu Y. (2) 2' m, 9' c
Wang Q.L. 6' c
Fan W.J. 7' m
Bai Y. 10' m
Wang Y. 14' c
Con: Fan W.J. (2/3)
Pei J.W. (1/1)

Final Round[edit]

Quarterfinal Semifinal Gold medal match
                   
November 23        
  China  42
November 23
  India  0  
  China  34
November 23
    Hong Kong  0  
  Japan  14
November 23
  Hong Kong  19  
  China  14
November 23
    Kazakhstan  17
  Kazakhstan  52
November 23
  South Korea  0  
  Kazakhstan  22 Bronze medal match
November 23
    Thailand  14  
  Thailand  27   Hong Kong  12
  Singapore  5     Thailand (a.e.t.)  17
November 23

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.scrumqueens.com/news/817-china-crowned-asian-champs.html
  2. ^ http://www.worldrugby.org/tournament/1670/teams/3931
  3. ^ China's women's squad list 2014 China Women's Sevens