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Rwanda national rugby union team

Rwanda
Union Fédération Rwandaise de Rugby
Nickname(s) Silverbacks
Coach(es) Gordon Hadden
Captain(s) Benjamin Macombe
First international
107-9 Rwanda 
(9 September 2003)
Largest win
39-13 Burundi 
(24 November 2010)
Largest defeat
107-9 Rwanda 
(9 September 2003)

The Rwanda national rugby union team represents Rwanda in international rugby union. Rwanda are an associate member of the International Rugby Board (IRB), and have yet to play in a Rugby World Cup qualifying tournament.

The Rwanda national team made their international debut in a match against Zambia in 2003, lost by 9-107, for the CAR Division 2. They won their subsequent international against Burundi by 18-5.

External links

  • Friends of Rwanda Rugby.org
  • Rwanda at IRB Official Site
  • Rwanda On rugbydata.com
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