Pakistan Rugby Union
|Affiliation||International Rugby Board|
|Regional affiliation||Asian Rugby Football Union|
The Pakistan Rugby Union (PRU) is the rugby union governing body in Pakistan. It is in charge of the national team. Also among the Union's chief activities are conferences, organising international matches, and educating and training players and officials.
In 2003, Pakistan fielded a national team for the first time, participating in the Provincial Tournament in Sri Lanka and there played the Indian National side as well. Pakistan Rugby Union then became an associate member of the IRB (International Rugby Board) in November 2003.
Rugby has now been introduced at the Provincial and District level by the Pakistan Rugby Union. Schools have also been targeted for Rugby to be introduced at the grass root level.
The four provinces:
- Balochistan Rugby Association
- Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Rugby Association
- Punjab Rugby Association
- Sindh Rugby Association
The two territories:
- Higher Education Commission (HEC)
- Pakistan Army
- Pakistan Navy
- Pakistan Police
- Pakistan Railways
- Water and Power Development Authority (WAPDA)
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