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Pakistan national rugby union team (sevens)

 

Pakistan national rugby union team (sevens)

Pakistan
Union Pakistan Rugby Union
Coach(es) Rizwan Malik

The Pakistan national rugby union sevens team is Pakistan's national rugby union sevens team.

Contents

  • History 1
  • Results 2
    • 2009 2.1
    • 2010 2.2
  • References 3

History

They first took part in the 2006 Singer Sevens[1] in Kandy, Sri Lanka. Playing three matches, they lost all three, against the Arabian Gulf, hosts Sri Lanka and India respectively, failing to register a single point in the process.


Results

2009

Rugby Sevens – Pakistan internationals in 2009
Date Location Opposition Result Tournament
28 - 29 October Colombo  Sri Lanka 0-52 2009 Carlton Sevens
28 - 29 October Colombo  South Korea 0-24 2009 Carlton Sevens
28 - 29 October Colombo  Iran 19-17 2009 Carlton Sevens
28 - 29 October Colombo  Brunei 26-7 2009 Carlton Sevens

2010

Rugby Sevens – Pakistan internationals in 2010
Date Location Opposition Result Tournament
2 - 3 April New Delhi  Malaysia 2010 Commonwealth Games Sevens Test Event
2 - 3 April New Delhi  Sri Lanka 2010 Commonwealth Games Sevens Test Event
2 - 3 April New Delhi  Kazakhstan 2010 Commonwealth Games Sevens Test Event
  • Pakistan wins in bold.


References

  1. ^ Rugby7
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