National ruggers get punished by reigning champs HK


KUALA LUMPUR: The national rugby squad suffered a second consecutive mauling when they capitulated 6-70 to reigning champions Hong Kong in the Premier Division of the Asia Championship in Serdang yesterday.

The Hibiscus, as the national rugby team are called, can still meet their target of achieving at least one win when they meet the United Arab Emirates (UAE) in their last match on June 21.

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