Sri Lanka women's national rugby sevens team

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Sri Lanka Women's Sevens
Union Sri Lanka Rugby Football Union
Coach(es)Sudath Sampath
Captain(s)Thanuja Weerakkodi
World Cup
AppearancesNil

Sri Lanka's women's national rugby sevens team represents Sri Lanka in Rugby sevens at international level.

Contents

Team Management

Hong Kong Women's Sevens

2004

2006

2016

Asian Women's Sevens Championship

2007

2008

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

ARFU Women's Sevens Olympic Qualifier

2015

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