Hong Kong women's national rugby union team

Last updated
Hong Kong
UnionHong Kong Rugby Football Union
Head coachJo Hull
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First colours
World Rugby ranking
Current18 (as of 23 November 2020)
First international
Flag of Hong Kong.svg  Hong Kong 14–42 Japan  Flag of Japan.svg
( Kumagaya, Japan 8 April 1998)
Biggest win
Flag of Hong Kong.svg  Hong Kong 81–0 Malaysia  Flag of Malaysia.svg
( Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 18 December 2010)
Biggest defeat
Flag of New Zealand.svg  New Zealand 121–0 Hong Kong  Flag of Hong Kong.svg
( Dublin, Ireland 13 August 2017)
World Cup
Appearances1 (First in 2017)
Best result12 (2017)

The Hong Kong women's national rugby union team first played in 1998.

Contents

History

Hong Kong made their World Cup debut at the 2017 Women's Rugby World Cup. [1] [2] [3] [4]

Squad

2017 Women's Rugby World Cup squad: [5]

Previous squads

Results summary

(Full internationals only)

Rugby: Hong Kong internationals 1998-
OpponentFirst gamePlayedWonDrawnLostPercentage
Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Canada 201710010.00%
Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg  China 2006210150.00%
Flag of Fiji.svg  Fiji 20161100100.00%
Flag of Japan.svg  Japan 19981110109.09%
Flag of Kazakhstan.svg  Kazakhstan 200930030.00%
Flag of Kyrgyzstan.svg  Kyrgyzstan 20081100100.00%
Flag of Malaysia.svg  Malaysia 20101100100.00%
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands 20192200100.00%
Flag of New Zealand.svg  New Zealand 201710010.00%
Flag of Singapore.svg  Singapore 20061191186.36%
Flag of Spain.svg  Spain 201530030.00%
Flag of Thailand.svg  Thailand 200510010.00%
Flag of Uzbekistan.svg  Uzbekistan 200810010.00%
Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Wales 201710010.00%
Summary1998381612142.11%

Results

See Women's international rugby for information about the status of international games and match numbering

1998 to 2009

Full international matches only:

[188]
1998-04-08 Japan  Flag of Japan.svg42–14 Flag of Hong Kong.svg  Hong Kong Kumagaya Rugby Stadium[8/1/1]
[189]
1998-04-12 Japan  Flag of Japan.svg39–0 Flag of Hong Kong.svg  Hong Kong Kumagaya Rugby Stadium[9/2/2]
[296]
2000-12-15 (WCQ) Hong Kong  Flag of Hong Kong.svg0–62 Japan  Flag of Japan.svg Aberdeen Park, Hong Kong [3/11/3]
[504]
2005-06-03 (WCQ) Hong Kong  Flag of Hong Kong.svg0–78 Japan  Flag of Japan.svg Bangkok [4/18/4]
[506]
2005-06-05 (WCQ) Thailand  Flag of Thailand.svg20–18 Flag of Hong Kong.svg  Hong Kong Bangkok[2/5/2]
[593]
2006-11-17 (AC) Hong Kong  Flag of Hong Kong.svg12–0 Flag of Singapore.svg  Singapore Kunming [6/1/1]
[596]
2006-11-19 (AC) China  Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg31–7 Flag of Hong Kong.svg  Hong Kong Kunming[2/7/1]
[705]
2008-06-03 (AC) Hong Kong  Flag of Hong Kong.svg6–8 Flag of Uzbekistan.svg  Uzbekistan Taldykorgan, Kazakhstan [8/1/1]
[708]
2008-06-07 (AC) Hong Kong  Flag of Hong Kong.svg49–0 Flag of Kyrgyzstan.svg  Kyrgyzstan Taldykorgan, Kazakhstan[9/2/1]
[720]
2008-12-04 Singapore  Flag of Singapore.svg10–10 Flag of Hong Kong.svg  Hong Kong Saint Andrew's School, Singapore [8/10/2]
[721]
2008-12-05 Singapore  Flag of Singapore.svg0–5 Flag of Hong Kong.svg  Hong Kong Yio Chu Kang Stadium, Singapore [9/11/3]
[771]
2009-10-10 Hong Kong  Flag of Hong Kong.svg22–17 Flag of Singapore.svg  Singapore Hong Kong[12/11/4]
[774]
2009-11-04 (WCQ) Hong Kong  Flag of Hong Kong.svg14–58 Flag of Kazakhstan.svg  Kazakhstan Republic Polytechnic, Singapore[13/42/1]
[775]
2009-11-06 (WCQ) Singapore  Flag of Singapore.svg3–16 Flag of Hong Kong.svg  Hong Kong Padang, Singapore [11/14/5]

2010s

[825]
2010-05-22 Japan  Flag of Japan.svg17–0 Flag of Hong Kong.svg  Hong Kong Prince Chichibu Memorial Stadium, Tokyo [27/15/5]
[865]
2010-12-18 Malaysia  Flag of Malaysia.svg0–81 Flag of Hong Kong.svg  Hong Kong Royal Selangor Club, Kuala Lumpur [2/16/1]
[882]
2011-04-29 Hong Kong  Flag of Hong Kong.svg0–15 Flag of Japan.svg  Japan Hong Kong [17/28/6]
[890]
2011-05-21 Hong Kong  Flag of Hong Kong.svg53–8 Flag of Singapore.svg  Singapore Hong Kong[18/14/6]
[945]
2012-05-19 Japan  Flag of Japan.svg61–15 Flag of Hong Kong.svg  Hong Kong Chichibunomiya Rugby Stadium, Tokyo[29/19/7]
[952]
2012-07-05 (AC) Japan  Flag of Japan.svg41–17 Flag of Hong Kong.svg  Hong Kong Kunshan, China [30/20/8]
[954]
2012-07-07 (AC) China  Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg3–27 Flag of Hong Kong.svg  Hong Kong Kunshan, China[9/21/2]
[966]
2012-12-12 Singapore  Flag of Singapore.svg21–45 Flag of Hong Kong.svg  Hong Kong Yio Chu Kang Stadium [17/22/7]
[967]
2012-12-15 Singapore  Flag of Singapore.svg17–44 Flag of Hong Kong.svg  Hong Kong Yio Chu Kang Stadium[18/23/8]
[990]
2012-04-27 Hong Kong  Flag of Hong Kong.svg29–0 Flag of Singapore.svg  Singapore Hong Kong[24/18/9]
[1011]
2013-09-04 (AC) Japan  Flag of Japan.svg82–0 Flag of Hong Kong.svg  Hong Kong Almaty Central Stadium, Almaty [32/25/9]
[1013]
2013-09-07 (AC) Singapore  Flag of Singapore.svg17–15 Flag of Hong Kong.svg  Hong Kong Almaty Central Stadium, Almaty[21/26/10]
[1041]
2014-05-18 Hong Kong  Flag of Hong Kong.svg10–13 Flag of Kazakhstan.svg  Kazakhstan Aberdeen Sports Ground, Hong Kong[27/54/2]
[1043]
2014-05-21 (AC) Hong Kong  Flag of Hong Kong.svg15–14 Flag of Japan.svg  Japan Aberdeen Sports Ground, Hong Kong[28/35/10]
[1044]
2014-05-24 (AC) Hong Kong  Flag of Hong Kong.svg53–5 Flag of Singapore.svg  Singapore Aberdeen Sports Ground, Hong Kong[29/24/10]
[1108]
2015-04-25 (AC) Kazakhstan  Flag of Kazakhstan.svg40–0 Flag of Hong Kong.svg  Hong Kong Almaty Central Stadium, Almaty[64/28/3]
[1110]
2015-05-23 (AC) Hong Kong  Flag of Hong Kong.svg12–27 Flag of Japan.svg  Japan Aberdeen Sports Ground, Hong Kong[29/38/10]
[1122]
2015-12-19 Spain  Flag of Spain.svg57–0 Flag of Hong Kong.svg  Hong Kong Majadahonda [112/30/1]
[1142]
2016-05-14 Singapore  Flag of Singapore.svg7–40 Flag of Hong Kong.svg  Hong Kong Singapore [25/31/11]
[1173]
2016-12-09 (AC) Hong Kong  Flag of Hong Kong.svg45–7 Flag of Fiji.svg  Fiji Hong Kong[32/4/1]
[1175]
2016-12-17 (AC) Hong Kong  Flag of Hong Kong.svg8–20 Flag of Japan.svg  Japan Hong Kong[33/40/11]
[1193]
2017-06-03 Spain  Flag of Spain.svg41–18 Flag of Hong Kong.svg  Hong Kong Medina del Campo [118/34/2]
[1201]
2017-07-08 (AC) Japan  Flag of Japan.svg58–0 Flag of Hong Kong.svg  Hong Kong Shiroyama [42/35/12]
[1203]
2017-07-15 (AC) Hong Kong  Flag of Hong Kong.svg19–60 Flag of Japan.svg  Japan Hong Kong[36/43/13]
[1208]
2017-08-09 (WC) Canada  Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg98–0 Flag of Hong Kong.svg  Hong Kong Billings Park UCD, Dublin [123/37/1]
[1211]
2017-08-13 (WC) New Zealand  Flag of New Zealand.svg121–0 Flag of Hong Kong.svg  Hong Kong Billings Park UCD, Dublin[89/38/1]
[1221]
2017-08-17 (WC) Wales  Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg39–15 Flag of Hong Kong.svg  Hong Kong UCD Bowl, Dublin[181/39/1]
[1225]
2017-08-22 (WC) Spain  Flag of Spain.svg31–7 Flag of Hong Kong.svg  Hong Kong Queen's University Belfast [123/40/3]
[1229]
2017-08-26 (WC) Japan  Flag of Japan.svg44–5 Flag of Hong Kong.svg  Hong Kong Queen's University Belfast[-/41/11]
[1275]
2018-11-11 Spain  Flag of Spain.svg60–5 Flag of Hong Kong.svg  Hong Kong Villajoyosa [127/42/4]
[1278]
2018-11-16 Wales  Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg65–0 Flag of Hong Kong.svg  Hong Kong Cardiff [191/43/2]
[1313]
2019-05-24 (APC) Fiji  Flag of Fiji.svg10–29 Flag of Hong Kong.svg  Hong Kong Churchill Park, Lautoka [9/44/2]
[1314]
2019-05-28 (APC) Hong Kong  Flag of Hong Kong.svg12–34 Flag of Samoa.svg  Samoa Churchill Park, Lautoka[-/-/-]

Other matches

2007-12-01
Korea University XV  Flag of South Korea.svg5–2Flag of Hong Kong.svg  Hong Kong
2007-12-02
Korea University XV  Flag of South Korea.svg0–61Flag of Hong Kong.svg  Hong Kong
Seoul
2015-12-15
Spain XV  Flag of Spain.svg59–12Flag of Hong Kong.svg  Hong Kong XV
Hortaleza, Madrid
2016-11-16
Hong Kong XV  Flag of Hong Kong.svg25–22Flag of Kazakhstan.svg  Kazakhstan XV
2016-11-20
Hong Kong XV  Flag of Hong Kong.svg37–10Flag of Kazakhstan.svg  Kazakhstan XV
King's Park, Hong Kong

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