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Cambodia national rugby union team

Cambodia
Union Cambodian Federation of Rugby
Nickname(s) Koupreys
Emblem(s) The Kouprey
Ground(s) RCAF Old Stadium
Coach(es) Jerome Alfonsi [1]
Captain(s) Vannak Vireak
First international
 Cambodia 7 - 46 Macau 
(May 22, 2005)
Largest win
 Cambodia 41 - 10 Brunei 
(June 29, 2006)
Largest defeat
 Indonesia 55 - 3 Cambodia 
(July 19, 2008)
World Cup
Appearances none

The Cambodia national rugby union team, nicknamed the Koupreys, represents Cambodia in the sport of rugby union. The national team is administered by the Cambodian Federation of Rugby,[2] which is part of the Asian Rugby Football Union and an associate member of the International Rugby Board.[3]

The Koupreys currently compete in Division IV of the annual Asian Five Nations.[4] Cambodia has yet to make their debut at the Rugby World Cup.

References

  1. ^ http://www.bt.com.bn/sports-national/2014/06/22/praises-flow-both-brunei-and-cambodia
  2. ^ http://www.cambodiarugby.net/national_team.htm
  3. ^ http://www.arfu.com/about-arfu/membership
  4. ^ http://www.asian5nations.com/Regional

External links

  • Cambodia on IRB.com
  • Cambodia on rugbydata.com
  • Rugby Cambodia


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