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Men’s champion team

The third and final leg of the Asian Rugby Seven’s Championships conducted by the Asian Rugby Football Union (ARFU) was held at the Racecourse with Japan being the dominant team winning both the men’s and women’s finals.Asian Rugby Seven’s Championship (1)

Hong Kong finished second in the men’s section with Sri Lanka third.

In the women’s section China finished second and Sri Lanka women’s finished eighth and last.

The women’s final between winners Japan and China. Japan won 33-12.
The women’s final between winners Japan and China. Japan won 33-12.
The women’s semi-final between Japan and Hong Kong
The women’s semi-final between Japan and Hong Kong
Women’s champion team
Women’s champion team
The Japanese and Hong Kong teams stand up for their national anthem ahead of the men’s final
The Japanese and Hong Kong teams stand up for their national anthem ahead of the men’s final
 The champions Japanese men’s team that won all three legs.
The champions Japanese men’s team that won all three legs.
Japan v Hong Kong men’s final
Japan v Hong Kong men’s final
 Sri Lanka woman player tries to tackle a Chinese player
Sri Lanka woman player tries to tackle a Chinese player
Dulaj Perera tries to fend off an advancing Malaysian defender
Dulaj Perera tries to fend off an advancing Malaysian defender
Srinath Sooriyabandara gives a hand off to a Malaysian player
Srinath Sooriyabandara gives a hand off to a Malaysian player