Indonesia national rugby union team
|This article's factual accuracy may be compromised due to out-of-date information. (September 2011)|
|Union||Indonesian Rugby Union Association|
|Coach(es)||Simon Jones (2014–present)|
|Captain(s)||Nelson Joku (2006), Fikri Al-Azhar (2007), Bobby Orlando (2008), Kirk Arundale (2009-2011), Daniel Nugroho (2012-2013)|
| Cambodia 30–7 Indonesia
(June 27, 2006)
| Indonesia 55–3 Cambodia
(July 19, 2008)
| Guam 49–12 Indonesia
(June 12, 2010)
The Indonesia national rugby union team represents Indonesia in rugby union. They are nicknamed the "Rhinos". The team is an associate member of IRB. They have yet to play in the Rugby World Cup. The Indonesian squad was formed in 2006 to attend the IRB sanctioned Six Division Asian Rugby Football Tournament between Brunei, Laos, Cambodia and Indonesia. They are competing in Division Three for 2010 Asian Five Nations tournaments.
In 2007, the Rhinos won the Asian Division 6 Championships in Brunei Darussalam after recording wins against Laos 17-3, Cambodia 11-10 & Brunei 28-13.
In 2008, the Rhinos won the HSBC a5n Regional Tournament, which was played at the Universitas Pelita Harapan, Jakarta, Indonesia. The Rhinos defeated Laos 23-11 on Tuesday, July 15 and Cambodia 55-3 on Saturday, July 19 in front of an appreciative home crowd.
But in 2009, after promoting to Division Three, Indonesia got two consecutive loses, 3-23 to Guam and 13-48 to Iran. However they will still play at Division Three in 2010 as they were not relegated.
Squad to 2015 Rugby World Cup Asia Qualifiers
- Head Coach: Simon Jones
- Assistant Coach: Iswahyudi
- Asst Coach (Backs): Anthony Dickinson
- Asst Coach (Forwards): Nick Mesritz
Previous head coaches
- Simon Jones (2014–present). 1 win, 3 losses.
- Jamie Johnston (2012-2013). 2 wins, 2 losses.
- Duncan Hall (2010–2011). 1 win, 3 losses.
- Ismail Kadir (2007-2009). 5 wins, 1 loss.
- Nico de Ribas (2006). 2 wins, 1 loss.
Asian Rugby Championship record
|2014||Division Three East||3rd||17||20||-3|
|2015||Division Three East||4th||27||64||-37|
Overall Test record
- Official site of the Indonesian Rugby Football Union
- Jakarta Komodo Rugby Club
- Jakarta Banteng Rugby Club
- Rugby in Asia Indonesia Homepage - Jakarta Banteng Rugby Club
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