- (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.
- (Other) Thursday 4 April 2013
With Japan soon to get their qualifying campaign for Rugby World Cup 2015 underway, we've looked at their desire to end an unwanted streak.
|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|
|16-Nov-2013||CZE||10 - 17||UKR|
|16-Nov-2013||MDA||30 - 15||GER|
|09-Nov-2013||GER||43 - 14||POL|
|09-Nov-2013||MDA||50 - 20||SWE||Upcoming Fixtures|