Malaysia national rugby union team (sevens)

Malaysia national rugby union team (sevens)

Wales playing Malaysia at the 2014 Commonwealth Games

The Malaysia national rugby union sevens is a minor national sevens side. They have competed in the Hong Kong Sevens since the 1980s.[1]

Malaysia has also qualified for the 2010 Commonwealth Games. [2]

Contents

  • Tournament history 1
    • Summer Olympics 1.1
    • IRB World Cup Sevens 1.2
    • Commonwealth Games 1.3
  • Singer Sri Lankan Airlines Rugby 7's 2
  • Rugby at the 2002 Asian Games 3
  • Current Squad 4
  • References 5

Tournament history

A red box around the year indicates tournaments played within Australia

Summer Olympics

Olympics Games record
Year Round Position Pld W L D
2016 Not Qualified Yet started
Total 0 Titles 0/0 - - - -

IRB World Cup Sevens

World Cup record
Year Round Position Pld W L D
1993-2013 Did Not Qualify
Total 0 Titles 0/0 0 0 0 0

Commonwealth Games

Commonwealth Games record
Year Round Position Pld W L D
1998 Plate Semi Finalst 11th 4 2 2 0
2002 Bowl Quarter Finalst 13th 4 1 3 0
2006 Did Not Qualify
2010 Bowl Quarter Finalst 13th 4 0 4 0
2014 Shield Semi Finalst 15th 5 0 5 0
2018 Not Qualified Yet started
Total 0 Titles 4/5 17 3 14 0

Singer Sri Lankan Airlines Rugby 7's

Year Cup Plate Bowl
1999  South Korea  Malaysia  India
2000  Chinese Taipei  Japan  Thailand
2001  Chinese Taipei  Denmark  Czech Republic
2002  Portugal  South Korea  Hong Kong
2003  Kenya  Sri Lanka  Arabian Gulf
2004  Japan  Sri Lanka  Kazakhstan
2005  Japan  Sri Lanka  Arabian Gulf
2006  South Korea  Thailand  Malaysia
2007  Hong Kong  China  India
2008

Rugby at the 2002 Asian Games

Group A matches -

Team Pts Pld W L PW PL
 South Korea 9 3 3 0 115 24
 Thailand 7 3 2 1 62 47
 Sri Lanka 5 3 1 2 33 89
 Malaysia 3 3 0 3 24 74

September 30

South Korea  31 – 5  Malaysia
Thailand  26 – 7  Sri Lanka
Malaysia  5 – 24  Thailand
South Korea  49 – 7  Sri Lanka
South Korea  35 – 12  Thailand
Malaysia  14 – 19  Sri Lanka

Current Squad

Squad to 2014 Asian Games:[3]

  • Anwarrul Aswad Ahmad
  • Anwarul Hafiz Ahmad
  • Dinesvaran Krishnan
  • Mohd Fairuz Abdul Rahman
  • Mohd Izwan Abu Bakar
  • Muhammad Ameer Nasrun Zulkeffli
  • Muhammad Danial Noor Hamidi
  • Muhammad Faridzal Ismail
  • Muhammad Hanafi Zaini
  • Nazuriddin Abdul Latiff
  • Wanizzuddin Ismail
  • Zulkiflee Azmi

References

  • McLaren, Bill A Visit to Hong Kong in Starmer-Smith, Nigel & Robertson, Ian (eds) The Whitbread Rugby World '90 (Lennard Books, 1989)
  1. ^ McLaren, p70
  2. ^ http://www.abc.net.au/news/stories/2010/07/01/2942581.htm?site=sport§ion=rugbyunion
  3. ^ Incheon2014ag.org (2014). "Sevens Squad to 2014 Asian Games". Retrieved 30 September 2014.