- (RUGBY WORLD CUP) Sunday 22 December 2013
We look back at how the RWC 2015 qualification process shaped up over the last 12 months to generate the first qualifier in Canada.
- (RUGBY WORLD CUP) Saturday 18 May 2013
The Philippines avoid relegation by beating UAE in the HSBC Asian 5 Nations to remain in the hunt for a place at Rugby World Cup 2015.
- (RUGBY WORLD CUP) Friday 17 May 2013
Korea, Hong Kong, the Philippines and United Arab Emirates all have something to play for as the HSBC Asian 5 Nations Top 5 draws to a close
- (RUGBY WORLD CUP) Monday 13 May 2013
Japan cut loose against the UAE in claiming another Asian 5 Nations title, while Korea also beat the Philippines on the penultimate weekend.
- (RUGBY WORLD CUP) Saturday 4 May 2013
Japan all but wrap up another Asian 5 Nations title by beating Korea, while Hong Kong prove too strong for the Philippines.
- (RUGBY WORLD CUP) Sunday 28 April 2013
Japan maintain their HSBC Asian 5 Nations unbeaten record against Hong Kong as Korea defeat UAE.
- (RUGBY WORLD CUP) Monday 22 April 2013
Israel and Netherlands improve their IRB World Rankings as four nations confirm their places in the European play-off process for RWC 2015.
- (RUGBY WORLD CUP) Saturday 20 April 2013
Japan prove too strong for the Philippines with a 121-0 win, while Hong Kong beat UAE in the opening HSBC Asian 5 Nations Top 5 matches.
- (RUGBY WORLD CUP) Friday 19 April 2013
Japan, Hong Kong and UAE will enter the race to Rugby World Cup 2015 this weekend when the HSBC Asian 5 Nations Top 5 kicks off.
- (Other) Thursday 18 April 2013
The Philippines are set for the next step in a meteoric rise when they tackle Japan in their HSBC Asian 5 Nations Top 5 opener on Saturday.
- (IRB.COM) Saturday 6 April 2013
Sri Lanka overwhelm Kazakhstan to win the HSBC Asian 5 Nations Division I title and keep their qualification dream alive.
|31-Mar-2013||Kazakhstan||10 - 33||Thailand||Havelocks RFC|
|31-Mar-2013||Sri Lanka||39 - 8||Chinese Taipei||Havelocks RFC|
|03-Apr-2013||Kazakhstan||42 - 10||Chinese Taipei||Havelocks RFC|
|03-Apr-2013||Sri Lanka||45 - 7||Thailand||Havelocks RFC|
|06-Apr-2013||Chinese Taipei||52 - 23||Thailand||Havelocks RFC|
|06-Apr-2013||Sri Lanka||49 - 18||Kazakhstan||Havelocks RFC|
|20-Apr-2013||Japan||121 - 0||Philippines||Level 5 Stadium|
|20-Apr-2013||Hong Kong||53 - 7||UAE||Hong Kong Football Club Ground|
|26-Apr-2013||UAE||10 - 75||Korea||Palm Sports Resort|
|27-Apr-2013||Hong Kong||0 - 38||Japan||Hong Kong Football Club Ground|
|04-May-2013||Japan||64 - 5||Korea||Prince Chichibu Memorial Stadium|
|04-May-2013||Philippines||20 - 59||Hong Kong||Rizal National Stadium|
|10-May-2013||UAE||3 - 93||Japan||The Sevens|
|18-May-2013||Philippines||24 - 8||UAE||Rizal National Stadium|
|08-Mar-2014||ESP||17 - 24||GEO|
|08-Mar-2014||RUS||34 - 18||POR|
|08-Mar-2014||ROM||29 - 10||BEL|
|22-Feb-2014||GEO||36 - 10||RUS||Upcoming Fixtures|