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more than 20 million Reckitt products are bought globally. We always put
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the right thing, always.
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The Hong Kong Rugby
Union (HKRU) was founded in 1952, and became an affiliated union of World
Rugby in 1988. In 1968, the HKRU became a founding member of Asia Rugby and
remains committed to the development of the game in Asia. In 2008, the HKRU
presented the first neutral-venue Bledisloe Cup – followed by a second match in
2010. In 2013, the HKRU hosted the first British & Irish Lions match played
in Asia and the following year hosted the first regional Olympic qualifier
tournament for Rugby Sevens. The HKRU is a member of the Sports Federation
& Olympic Committee of Hong Kong, China and provides competitive and social
rugby opportunities for men and women at every age and skill level.
The Hong Kong Sevens
Established in 1976 and organised annually by
the Hong Kong Rugby Union, the Cathay Pacific/HSBC Hong Kong Sevens is the
world’s premier international sevens event. Since 1999, the Cathay Pacific/HSBC
Hong Kong Sevens has been a part of World Rugby’s HSBC Sevens Series. The Hong
Kong Rugby Union is the only international rugby union to have hosted two Rugby
World Cup Sevens, in 1997 and 2005.