Mali national rugby union team

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The Mali national rugby union team represents Mali in international rugby union. Mali are a member of the International Rugby Board (IRB), and have yet to play in a Rugby World Cup. The Mali national rugby team played their first ever international against Benin in 2003, winning the match. They also defeated Senegal that season. In 2005, Mali made history, by winning their first ever northern section crown of the CAR Castel Beer Trophy. The popularity of the sport of rugby in Mali is on the rise.

Results summary[edit]

Top 30 rankings as of 10 February 2020[1]
Rank Change* Team Points
1 Steady  South Africa 094.19
2 Steady  New Zealand 092.11
3 Steady  England 087.80
4 Increase  Ireland 085.36
5 Decrease  Wales 084.28
6 Steady  France 082.37
7 Steady  Australia 081.90
8 Steady  Japan 079.28
9 Steady  Scotland 078.58
10 Steady  Argentina 078.31
11 Steady  Fiji 076.21
12 Increase  Georgia 072.70
13 Decrease  Italy 072.04
14 Steady  Tonga 071.44
15 Steady  Samoa 070.72
16 Steady  Spain 068.28
17 Steady  United States 068.10
18 Steady  Uruguay 067.41
19 Steady  Romania 065.11
20 Increase  Portugal 062.40
21 Steady  Hong Kong 061.23
22 Increase  Canada 061.12
23 Increase  Namibia 061.01
24 Increase  Netherlands 060.08
25 Decrease  Russia 059.90
26 Steady  Brazil 058.89
27 Steady  Belgium 057.57
28 Steady  Germany 054.64
29 Steady  Chile 053.83
30 Steady  South Korea 053.11
*Change from the previous week
Team Mat Won Lost Draw %
 Benin 7 7 0 0 100.00
 Burkina Faso 7 2 5 0 25.00
 Botswana 1 0 1 0 0.00
 Chad 4 3 1 0 75.00
 Ghana 5 3 1 1 80.00
 Egypt 1 1 0 0 100.00
 Mauritania 1 1 0 0 100.00
 Niger 10 4 4 2 50.00
 Nigeria 2 1 1 0 50.00
 Senegal 2 2 0 0 100.00
 Togo 6 3 3 0 50.00
Total 46 27 16 4 75.00

External links[edit]

  1. ^ "Men's World Rankings". World Rugby. Retrieved 12 November 2019.