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UBB Gavekal Gain Back-To-Back GFI HKFC 10s Titles Behind Fiji 7s Backs, Doddie Weir Shines

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Fiji Sevens backs score four tries in the final, Samurai lift Plate, Hong Kong’s Scottish Exiles grab the Bowl while hosts Natixis HKFC lift the Shield FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE HONG KONG – UBB Gavekal retained the Bill Burgess Cup at the 33rd GFI HKFC 10s, as a late try by Fiji Sevens back Leveni Kurimalawai […]

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British and Irish Lions Delicately Poised Ahead of Crucial Maori All Black Clash

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Injury Update: Owen Farrell of the British and Irish Lions is out due to a quad strain. BREAKING: Owen Farrell ruled out of the Lions' match against Maori All Blacks with a quad strain, Dan Biggar will replace him on the bench. pic.twitter.com/hdiZGlYs6I — Sky Sports Rugby ? (@SkySportsRugby) June 15, 2017 ROTORUA, NZ – […]

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Wounded Samurai continue Cup quest at GFI HKFC 10s

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE December 19, 2016: Samurai again try to win the one Cup missing from their trophy cabinet, while three-time champions Asia Pacific Dragons and two-time finalists Tradition YCAC are also among 13 teams returning in 2017 Hong Kong; Despite losing three finals in the past seven years, Samurai International have pledged to again […]

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Top Seeds Survive Scare at GFI HKFC 10s. Nate Ebner Impresses

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE BGC Asia Pacific Dragons almost embarrassed by 12th seeds A-Trade Overseas Old Boys, Nate Ebner touches down for Samurai, while debutants Projecx Waterboys and King’s College at UQ upset seedings to move into Cup quarters Hong Kong; April 6, 2016: Top seeds BGC Asia Pacific Dragons survived a scare against 12th seeds […]

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Rugby World Cup Recap: New Zealand v Namibia

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CASTRES, FRANCE – They were outclassed. They were overpowered. But, though they were beaten, battered, bruised and bloodied, Namibia refused to be bowed. Their bodies may have weakened under 80 minutes of New Zealand pressure, but their will, organisation and discipline remained very much in tact. And they were rewarded 10 minutes into the second […]

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