Rugby union at the 2007 Southeast Asian Games

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Rugby union at the 2007 Southeast Asian Games was held in the Suranaree Camp Stadium, Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand.

Rugby union team sport, code of rugby football

Rugby union, commonly known in most of the world simply as rugby, is a contact team sport which originated in England in the first half of the 19th century. One of the two codes of rugby football, it is based on running with the ball in hand. In its most common form, a game is between two teams of 15 players using an oval-shaped ball on a rectangular field with H-shaped goalposts on each try line.

2007 Southeast Asian Games

The 2007 Southeast Asian Games, officially known as the 24th Southeast Asian Games was a Southeast Asian multi-sport event held in Nakhon Ratchasima (Korat), Thailand. This was the sixth time Thailand hosted the Southeast Asian Games and its first time since 1995. Previously, Thailand also hosted the 1959 inaugural games, 1967 games, 1975 games and the 1985 games.

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Nakhon Ratchasima is one of the four major cities of Isan, Thailand, known as the "big four of Isan". The city is commonly known as Korat, a shortened form of its name. It is the governmental seat of the Nakhon Ratchasima Province and Mueang Nakhon Ratchasima District. Nakhon Ratchasima is the heart of the Nakhon Ratchasima metropolitan area.


Medal table

  *   Host nation (Thailand)

1Flag of Thailand.svg  Thailand*2002
2Flag of Singapore.svg  Singapore 0112
3Flag of the Philippines.svg  Philippines 0101
4Flag of Laos.svg  Laos 0011
Totals (4 Nations)2226


MenFlag of Thailand.svg  Thailand  (THA)
Anuchit Jaisutti
Chatree Phakhoontorn
Khanthipong Meepin
Noppadon Sangwan
Parwej Jarounapat
Pathomrat Sirisab
Rit Pattarapagorn
Sarayuth Thiengtrong
Sornsak Mitlux
Thummasuk Thumsanit
Totsaporn Vanidworaphong
Warongkorn Khankoet
Flag of the Philippines.svg  Philippines  (PHI)
Andrew Wolff
Austin Dacanay
Benjamin Saunders
Garet Holgate
Harry Morris
Jasper Ching
Mark Chatting
Matthew Saunders
Michael Letts
Ndel Flower
Oliver Saunders
Rubert Zappa
Flag of Singapore.svg  Singapore  (SIN)
Bryan Ng Chung Jin
Daniel Mael Kwo Chow
Daniel Thiam Siong Oon
Derek Hua Jie Chan
Desmond Wee Tian Ren
Hadizan Jaaman
Hairul Naim
Kenneth David Teo
Mohammad Ismail Akadir
Mohammad Suhaimi Amran
Rong Jingxiang
Tong Chin Hong
WomenFlag of Thailand.svg  Thailand  (THA)
Boonsong Suansomboon
Butsaya Bunrak
Chitchanok Yusri
Jutamas Buktet
Naritsara Worakitsirikun
Oiatchara Somjit
Phanthippha Wongwangchan
Pranee Saipin
Praphaiphit Tarik
Saranya Khongphrai
Sujitra Suphapahttaranon
Uthumporn Liamrat
Flag of Singapore.svg  Singapore  (SIN)
Ang Wei Yi
Aslinda Abdullah
Chan Wan Cheng
Derelyn Chua Jialing
Eunice Tay Gek Sie
Haseena Allapitchay
Jeslyn Lim Siok Feng
Kristy Teh Chia Hwee
Leung Wai-Mun
Serena Yeoh Yai Kuan
Wang Shao-Ing
Zheng Yiting
Flag of Laos.svg  Laos  (LAO)
Buavanh Chithikath
Khouanpasa Hansakda
Kongchai Somthavy
Malaythong Daosisavan
Manyvan Inthilath
Mouksy Vongsouvath
Phoutawan Vongvilay
Sisonexay Sonenaly
Soodthida Somphophet
Valailack Songkham
Viengphane Thongmala
Xeokham Latsavong

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