Manuma Samoa and the South China Tigers are evenly poised to draw first blood in their Global Rapid Rugby opener with the match being played at a neutral venue in Perth.
The much-anticipated kick-off to the first-ever Global Rapid Rugby home-and-away competition is almost here, and excitement is building among players, coaches, administrators and fans alike. The first of 10 rounds gets underway in Suva, where the Fijian Latui hosts newcomers the China Lions. This will be followed by a double-header […]
Broadcast details announced today will ensure that Global Rapid Rugby Season One is free-to-view and promotes the sport to a younger, digitally savvy audience right around the world.
Global Rapid Rugby today announced a March 14 Opening Round spectacular in Perth, Australia, amongst an amended schedule for the Asia Pacific competition’s inaugural home-and-away season.
The South China Tigers are based in Hong Kong with their squad drawn from the Hong Kong ERP programme, National 15s & 7s teams, domestic league and the Greater Bay Area.
The Fijian Latui is based in Suva with a squad drawn mainly from players based locally in Fiji. The Latui participated in four Pacific Showcase matches in 2019, which were a precursor to them joining Global Rapid Rugby in 2020. They open their campaign against the China Lions in Suva on March 14.