Jamaica national rugby union team
|Union||Jamaica Rugby Football Union|
| Jamaica 3-6 Trinidad and Tobago |
(27 November 1960)
| Jamaica 48-0 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines |
(5 March 2016)
| Jamaica 5-69 Trinidad and Tobago |
(12 October 1998)
They are currently participating for the 2019 Rugby World Cup that will take place in Japan. They achieved their biggest win against Saint Vincent and the Grenadines in March 2016.
Jamaica played their first rugby international in 1960 in a match with Trinidad and Tobago, lost by 3-6.
They attempted to qualify for the 2007 Rugby World Cup in June/July 2005. Jamaica drew their first game 10-all against Bermuda, but lost the second match against the Cayman Islands 8-18. They won their last game 5-3 over the Bahamas, and finished third in the group.
World Cup record
- 1987 - Not invited
- 1991 - 1999 - Did not enter
- 2003 - 2015 - Did not qualify
- 2019 - Qualifying stages