THE GAME OF RUGBY IS RAPIDLY EXPANDING WORLD WIDE. THIS WEB SITE'S MAIN FUNCTION IS THE RESEARCHING, COLLECTING, COLLATING, RECORDING AND UPDATING OF INTERNATIONAL TEST RUGBY RESULTS AND RECORDS.
Updated Sunday 30 June
Asia Test Rugby Rankings Updated (30/06)
Test Rugby Results for 29 June Posted (30/06)
World Test Rugby Rankings Updated (29/06)
Europe Test Rugby Rankings Updated (29/06)
2019 International Test Rugby Results Updated (29/06)
Test Rugby Fixture Ahead for 6 July Posted (29/06)
Country Lists and Match Reports Updated (19/06)
Latest Data Stuff-Scroll down for details
TEST RUGBY RESULTS-Covering the Last Month
Hong Kong 64, South Korea 3 in Hong Kong (Asia Rugby Championship)
India 42, Indonesia 12 in Jakarta (Asia Rugby Championship; Division 3, Sth East)
China 74, India 17 in Jakarta (Asia Rugby Championship; Division 3, Sth East)
China 63, Indonesia 10 in Jakarta (Asia Rugby Championship; Division 3, Sth East)
Spain 41, Uruguay 21 in Montevideo
Hong Kong 71, Malaysia 0 in Jalil (Asia Rugby Championship)
Uganda 16, Kenya 13 in Kisumu (Elgon Cup)
Hong Kong 30, Malaysia 24 in Hong Kong (Asia Rugby Championship)
Uruguay 28, Argentina XV 15 in Montevideo (World Rugby Nations Cup)
Russia 20, Namibia 0 in Montevideo (World Rugby Nations Cup)
Portugal 37, Germany 22 in Frankfurt (Rugby Europe Championship Playoff)
Spain 29, Chile 22 in Curico
Romania 22, Brazil 21 in Jundiaí
Russia 48, Argentina XV 40 in Montevideo (World Rugby Nations Cup)
Namibia 30, Uruguay 28 in Montevideo (World Rugby Nations Cup)
Hong Kong 47, South Korea 10 in Incheon (Asia Rugby Championship)
Romania 27, Chile 11 in Valparaiso
Spain 22, Brazil 16 in Jundiaí
Netherlands 50, Lithuania 3 in Panevezys
Argentina XV 39, Namibia 25 in Montevideo (World Rugby Nations Cup)
Uruguay 48, Russia 26 in Montevideo (World Rugby Nations Cup)
England XV 51, Barbarians (UK) RFC 43 at Twickenham (Non test)
Philippines 29, Singapore 21 in Taipei (Asia Rugby Championship; Division 1, Final)
Sri Lanka 72, China-Taipei 17 in Taipei (Asia Rugby Championship; Division 1, Play off 34d-4th)
Finland 34, Norway 22 in Helsinki (Rugby Europe
Conference 2, North)
TEST RUGBY FIXTURES AHEAD
Kenya v Zimbabwe in Nairobi (Victoria Cup)
IMPORTANT RUGBY STUFF
For previews, reviews and results of test rugby to the end of 2015 go to http://rugby-international.blogspot.com/
LINKS TO OTHER RECOMMENDED RUGBY WEBSITES
This is an excellent forum for people interested in the game outside the top tier of world Rugby.
Ross Finlayson began his rugby ranking system in
1996. ‘The original Internet rugby union world rankings’
INTERNATIONAL TEST RUGBY FIXTURES AND RESULTS
2017 International Rugby Fixtures and Results -Updated 19/06/2019
GWC AND WORLD RUGBY RANKING TABLES
Note: World Rugby, unlike the GWC Rankings, does not exclude a nation
if it does not participate in
international test rugby in any one year. The exclusions are in line with GWC Rankings policy
and is not endorsed by World Rugby.
World Table-Updated 17/03/2019
YOUNGEST AND OLDEST TEST RUGBY PLAYERS
Youngest and Oldest Test Rugby Players-Created 30.06.2016
2014 Youngest and Oldest Test Rugby Players-Updated 21.06.2016
2013 Youngest and Oldest Rugby Test Players-Updated 08.10.2015
2012 Youngest and Oldest Test Rugby Players-Updated 03.03.2013
TEST RUGBY RECORDS
This is another new section added to rugbyinternational.net. it is a case of add as I go when I get time.
Individual Player Records Updated 10.09.2013
MATCH REPORT SHEETS AND COUNTRY LISTS UPDATED
Country Lists Updated (19/06)
The following international test rugby nations have had their list updated. See top of page for alphabetical listing.
Turks and Caicos Is.
Match Reports Updated (19/06)
The following international rugby match reports have been either created or updated and appear in the country lists at top of the page.
21/10/2017: Israel v Andorra (New)
21/10/2017: Austria v Serbia (New)
28/10/2017: Czech Republic v Poland (New)
28/10/2017: Malta v Bosnia Herzegovina (New)
28/10/2017: Croatia v Israel (New)
This section hopes to cover each nation’s international rugby stats year-by-year.
This is a
work in progress as I gradually upload the data for each nation. Click on the
nation below and see where I’m up to.
If you can contribute to this data either by noticing errors or by adding to what I don’t have then contact me at email@example.com
A special thanks to Stuart Farmer whose data on scrum.com for the main nations is, in most cases, my comparison.
Georgia’s test rugby data has been updated. The seasons 2012-13 to 2014-15 inclusive were added 12.02.2016
AUSTRALIA ARGENTINA BAHAMAS BARBADOS BENIN BERMUDA BOSNIA HERZEGOVINA BRAZIL CANADA CAYMAN ISLANDS CHINESE TAIPEI COLOMBIA DENMARK ENGLAND FIJI FRANCE GEORGIA GUYANA IRELAND ITALY IVORY COAST JAMAICA JAPAN KAZAKHSTAN LUXEMBOURG MADAGASCAR MALI MAURITUS MEXICO MOROCCO NAMIBIA NEW ZEALAND NIGER NIGERIA NORWAY PARAGUAY PERU PHILIPPINES PORTUGAL ROMANIA RUSSIA ST VINCENT & GRENADINES SAMOA SCOTLAND SENEGAL SINGAPORE SLOVAKIA SOUTH AFRICA SRI LANKA SWEDEN THAILAND TOGO TONGA TRINIDAD TOBAGO UNITED STATES VENEZUELA WALES ZAMBIA
58 nations added. Just 45 to go! Well over half way!
FIXTURES ADDITIONS AND ALTERATIONS
BACK IN ACTION (24/06)
‘Kenya, Uganda, Zimbabwe and Zambia will play in a round robin format in the rugby 15s to boost their international exposure in the Victoria Cup starting June 22.
The Victoria Cup previously featured Kenya and Zimbabwe between 2002 and 2003 before it was scrapped in 2004. This time around, it will feature Kenya, Uganda, Zimbabwe and new participant Zambia. Rugby World Cup-bound Namibia is not part of the competition.’
Match Schedule: Venues to be announced
22 June Kenya v Uganda in Kisimu (also Elgin Cup). Uganda 16-13
6 July Kenya v Zimbabwe
13 July Uganda v Kenya
13 July Zimbabwe v Zambia
20 July Zimbabwe v Kenya
27 July Uganda v Zimbabwe
27 July Zambia v Kenya
10 August Uganda v Zambia
17 August Kenya v Zambia
24 August Zimbabwe v Uganda
31 August Zambia v Uganda
14 September Zambia v Zimbabwe
RUGBY AFRICA UNVEILS NEW COMPETITION FORMAT
Briefly-The 16 best African teams will compete in a truly continental rugby championship (called The Africa Rugby Cup) made up of 20 matches divided into 3 stages. The aim is to find the team that will qualify for the 2023 Rugby World Cup.
Fixtures and Programme-As per above web site
Asia Rugby Championship Updated 01.04.2017
Cup of Nations
Pacific Nations Cup
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